5 Bold Predictions For Oregon vs. TCU In Alamo Bowl

By RantSports Staff

Oregon vs. TCU had the makings of a high-scoring affair … a high-scoring affair that could have been the most entertaining matchup of bowl season. Unfortunately, TCU QB Trevone Boykin ended up doing something very foolish, and he won’t partake in the game now.

Still, we give you five bold predictions for the Alamo Bowl.

5 Bold Predictions For Oregon vs. TCU In Alamo Bowl
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5. TCU Keeps It Close In The First Half

TCU Keeps It Close In The First Half Credit: Getty Images
There are probably plenty of people who are expecting the Horned Frogs to be a no-show now that Boykin is out. In prediction fashion, we are predicting TCU to actually make a game out of this bad situation — well, at least in the first half.

If nothing else, just remember this: Oregon is allowing 36.8 points per game.

5. TCU Keeps It Close In The First Half

There are probably plenty of people who are expecting the Horned Frogs to be a no-show now that Boykin is out. In prediction fashion, we are predicting TCU to actually make a game out of this bad situation — well, at least in the first half.

If nothing else, just remember this: Oregon is allowing 36.8 points per game.

4. Vernon Adams Jr. Looks Like The Best Player In The Country

Vernon Adams Jr. Looks Like The Best Player In The Country Credit: Getty Images
Vernon Adams Jr. and the rest of the Ducks have been on fire. After all, they have won six games in a row. They are also averaging 43.2 points per contest.

Nonetheless, Adams Jr. will look like a star on the big stage.

4. Vernon Adams Jr. Looks Like The Best Player In The Country

Vernon Adams Jr. and the rest of the Ducks have been on fire. After all, they have won six games in a row. They are also averaging 43.2 points per contest.

Nonetheless, Adams Jr. will look like a star on the big stage.

3. Royce Freeman Rushes For 200 Or More Yards

Royce Freeman Rushes For 200 Or More Yards Credit: Getty Images
Why not? Royce Freeman racked up 1,706 rushing yards on the year, and bowl season is all about players showing the world how great they can be out on the football field.

3. Royce Freeman Rushes For 200 Or More Yards

Why not? Royce Freeman racked up 1,706 rushing yards on the year, and bowl season is all about players showing the world how great they can be out on the football field.

2. Aaron Green Is The Lone Bright Spot For The Horned Frogs

Aaron Green Is The Lone Bright Spot For The Horned Frogs Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Josh Doctson and Trevone Boykin received all of the hype on the offensive side of the ball in 2015. Don't forget about Aaron Green, though — well, at least for this game, that is.

Green had 1,171 rushing yards and 10 rushing TDs this season. Plus, someone has to show up on offense for TCU, right?

2. Aaron Green Is The Lone Bright Spot For The Horned Frogs

Josh Doctson and Trevone Boykin received all of the hype on the offensive side of the ball in 2015. Don't forget about Aaron Green, though — well, at least for this game, that is.

Green had 1,171 rushing yards and 10 rushing TDs this season. Plus, someone has to show up on offense for TCU, right?

1. Ducks Drop 40+ On TCU In Winning Fashion

Ducks Drop 40+ On TCU In Winning Fashion Credit: Getty Images
If TCU actually makes a game out of this one for four quarters, then, well, that would be something. Even with Boykin in the game, outscoring the Ducks would be quite the feat. Without Boykin in the game, TCU's defense has to play the game of its life.

1. Ducks Drop 40+ On TCU In Winning Fashion

If TCU actually makes a game out of this one for four quarters, then, well, that would be something. Even with Boykin in the game, outscoring the Ducks would be quite the feat. Without Boykin in the game, TCU's defense has to play the game of its life.

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