TCU 21, Oregon State 21, As The Rodgers Brothers Dazzle

After Oregon State picked off an Andy Dalton pass in the red zone, the Rodgers brothers went to work.

On an eight-play, 87-yard scoring drive, James and Jacquizz Rodgers combined for 72 yards, and the other 15 came on a personal foul penalty. They split the load a bit unfairly: James caught two passes for 47 yards and sprung Jacquizz for a 15-yard gain to the TCU 1, but Jacquizz got the glory on a one-yard touchdown run that tied the game at 21-all

Actually, James has been the better Rodgers family member all night: he has 99 receiving yards and 96 yards on kick returns, while Jacquizz has just 48 yards on the ground.

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