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The only matchup of the day featuring ranked teams went from being 
a laugher to a shocker. No. 11 TCU matched the biggest comeback in 
bowl history, rallying from a 31-0 halftime deficit against No. 15 
Oregon and defeating the Ducks 47-41 in three overtimes at the 
Alamo Bowl. Bram Kohlhausen, starting at quarterback in place of 
the suspended Trevone Boykin, threw for 351 yards and accounted for 
four touchdowns, including an eight-yard tightrope scramble on the 
sideline for the winning points in the third extra period. Oregon's 
Vernon Adams Jr. threw for 197 first-half yards and a touchdown 
before leaving due to a hard hit to the head in a collision with 
TCU linebacker Derrick Kindred late in the first half. Royce 
Freeman had 130 rushing yards and three TDs for Oregon. 

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