Rose Bowl: Leaping Horned Frogs Punt Unit Pins Badgers Deep

There are plenty of plays that led to TCU's 21-19 win against Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl today. Despite our highlight addiction as sports fans, games are rarely won on a single play.

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But TCU made an incredible special-teams play late in the third quarter, when a punt that seemed destined for the end zone was knocked backwards by Travaras Battle and into the waiting hands of Malcolm Williams, who pulled the ball back across the goal line just before it hit the ground. Like so (video here):

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At the time, TCU was leading Wisconsin 21-13. The resulting drive was a three-and-out, and the Badgers wouldn't score until late in the fourth quarter, when another great play broke up a potential two-point conversion to tie the game.

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