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November 3, 2013

Every win’s bigger in Texas

Lambert’s FG lifts WVU to overtime victory over TCU


FORT WORTH, Texas — WVU    3    7    0    17    3    —    30

TCU    10    7    0    10    0    —    27

First Quarter

WVU—FG Lambert 24, 12:38.

TCU—FG Oberkrom 22, 7:42.

TCU—Doctson 10 pass from Pachall (Oberkrom kick), 1:29.

Second Quarter

TCU—Porter 12 pass from Pachall (Oberkrom kick), 12:10.

WVU—Sims 31 run (Lambert kick), 8:17.

Fourth Quarter

WVU—FG Lambert 42, 12:21.

WVU—Clay 11 pass from Trickett (Lambert kick), 8:55.

WVU—Sims 13 pass from Trickett (Lambert kick), 7:11.

TCU—Porter 3 pass from Pachall (Oberkrom kick), 3:01.

TCU—FG Oberkrom 45, :19.


WVU—FG Lambert 34.


    WVU    TCU

First downs    24    30

Rushes-yards    36-148    29-60

Passing    267    394

Comp-Att-Int    25-41-2    40-58-2

Return Yards    10    58

Punts-Avg.    7-42.4    5-41.6

Fumbles-Lost    1-0    2-2

Penalties-Yards    4-50    7-67

Time of Possession    28:26    31:34


RUSHING—West Virginia, Sims 24-154, Smallwood 2-12, D.Smith 7-6, Trickett 3-(minus 24). TCU, Catalon 10-39, A.Green 6-18, Moore 1-16, Boykin 4-3, James 4-0, Pachall 4-(minus 16).

PASSING—West Virginia, Trickett 25-41-2-267. TCU, Pachall 40-58-2-394.

RECEIVING—West Virginia, Shorts 6-98, Thompson 5-34, Alford 3-62, Sims 3-35, Smallwood 3-10, D.Smith 2-11, Clay 1-11, K.White 1-5, Davis 1-1. TCU, Boykin 11-100, Doctson 8-92, Porter 8-72, L.Brown 5-42, Slanina 3-40, Catalon 2-7, Moore 1-18, C.White 1-17, James 1-6.

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