TCU is the forgotten BCS buster this year, and was even picked by some to fall to Baylor. If the Horned Frogs keep laying waste to their schedule, that won't last.
Andy Dalton sliced and diced Baylor through the air (21-of-23 for 267 yards and two touchdowns) and Ed Wesley gashed the Bears on the ground, running for 165 yards. The TCU defense kept Robert Griffin III in check, limiting him to 164 passing yards and just 21 rushing yards on 14 carries. TCU churned out 28 first downs and allowed Baylor to go just 2-for-12 on third downs.
All that statistical dominance should continue as the Horned Frogs shift into a softer segment of their schedule. TCU gets BYU and Air Force at home in late October, and must travel to Utah in the first week of November. Every other game should be an easy double-digit win.
Ignore the Horned Frogs at your own peril. If either Alabama or Ohio State should slip, TCU might be the more deserving non-BCS team to vault into national title contention.