"Slingin Sammy" Baugh did it all during his tenure at TCU.
A three-sport star, Baugh played football, baseball, and basketball for TCU and ended up playing both football and baseball professionally. While at TCU, Baugh threw 587 passes in his three varsity seasons for 39 touchdowns and was named an All-American in 1935 and 1936.
Not only did Baugh play quarterback, but he also played as a defensive back and a punter throughout college and his professional career. During his career in the NFL, Baugh set 13 NFL records in all three positions he played.
After the Frogs forced the Oregon State offense to go 3-and-out on the opening drive, TCU fans had to feel pretty good about how the game was going to end up.
But then Andy Dalton did something he did only eight times last season: threw an interception. It only took two plays for the Beaver's offense to capitalize on the turnover as quarterback Ryan Katz paired with James Rodgers for a 30-yard touchdown.