STILLWATER — Saturday's unexpected 44-31 loss to TCU left a lot of questions lingering over the Oklahoma State football team. How did a team, with so much talent and such high hopes, find itself playing from behind all day, and ultimately losing on its home field? With some time to examine the game film, let's take a look at some of the troublesome themes from Saturday's loss:If you could point to one statistic that told the story of the game, it would have to be TCU's third-down conversion rate.
Well, that was unexpected. Here are six postgame thoughts from No. 16 TCU’s 44-31 upset of sixth-ranked Oklahoma State. After further review: Perhaps the biggest turning point of the game turned out to be an official review of a TCU touchdown. You hate to see such a crucial moment be decided by some referees looking at a TV screen, but it happens. Of course, OSU had opportunities to turn the game around later. The double pass and the final TCU touchdown on a third-down play, in particular.
Oklahoma State's stay in the top 10 came to an end with Saturday's 44-31 upset loss to TCU. The Cowboys came in at No. 14 in the new coaches' poll and No. 15 in The Associated Press poll released Sunday afternoon. In the AP poll, OSU remained ahead of a few undefeated teams, including Washington State, South Florida and San Diego State. Only two teams remaining on the Cowboys' schedule are ranked in the AP top 25, with West Virginia at No. 23 and Oklahoma at No. 3. TCU moved from No. 16 to No.
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