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  Jonathan Song's fourth field goal, a 20-yarder with 5:38 to play, gave TCU a 33-31 seesaw win over Texas Tech on Saturday in a battle of Big 12 teams fighting to earn bowl eligibility. Song's final field goal was the third lead change of the fourth quarter in a game that TCU led 24-3. He also hit from 36, 28 and 25 yards. The senior is 21 of 22 on field goals and 38 of 42 for a career percentage of .905, best in school history. Song's winning kick came after a 4-yard Horned Frogs touchdown pass from Max Duggan to Jalen Reagor was called back because of a pick penalty. Duggan passed for 323 yards and accounted for all three touchdowns for TCU (5-5, 3-4 Big 12). He threw touchdown passes of 55 yards to Jalen Reagor and 4 yards to Artayvious Lynn. Duggan ran for a 20-yard touchdown on the game's first possession. Duggan ran for 75 yards, nearly leading the Frogs in rushing for the fourth time in the last five games. - AP College Football

(DS#9 K) Sr/2020 K Jonathan SongTexas Christian
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