A crowd of 64,362, predominantly Buckeye fans despite TCU being only 18 miles away, watched Ohio State win for the third time in as many games at the Dallas Cowboys' stadium.
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Ohio State's defense suffered a major setback on Saturday night as star defensive end Nick Bosa left the TCU game with an apparent groin injury. Ohio State leads TCU 10-0. The TCU game marked the final game of his three-game suspension, allowing the head coach to return to the sidelines for the Buckeyes' Week 4 contest against Tulane.
This game technically is being played at a neutral site, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tx., but obviously this venue is a short trip from TCU and a very long one from OH, so the Horned Frogs should have a substantial home crowd advantage. But in the end, talent won out.More news: Adrian Peterson scores 100th career rushing touchdown, ranks seventh all
TCU was first to score in the second quarter, taking the lead when running back Darius Anderson ran 93 yards for a touchdown. TCU led Ohio State 14-13. They reached the TCU 13 before settling for a field goal with 5 1/2 minutes left before halftime.
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