SAN ANTONIO — In a stunning rally, TCU matched the largest comeback in college football bowl history with a 47-41 win in triple overtime Saturday against Oregon in the Alamo Bowl.

The Ducks travel back to Eugene on Sunday after finishing a 9-4 season. The Horned Frogs (11-2) snapped UO’s six-game winning streak that propelled UO into second place in the Pac-12 despite a 3-3 start.

UO continued the roll it finished the regular season with in the first half Saturday as it built a 31-0 halftime lead, but then the Ducks’ defense allowed TCU to score on nine consecutive drives after halftime.

The Oregonian/OregonLive’s Andrew Greif and Tyson Alger spoke about the loss after the game. 

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