Who to watch: TCU


    The Frogs will try to become bowl eligible when they travel to Morgantown Saturday. TCU’s rush defense ranks No. 1 in the Big 12 holding teams to 98.9 yards per game.

    Elisha Olabode, safety, junior

    Elisha Olabode grabbed the Frogs’ first points against Oklahoma State with a interception return for a touchdown. It was his third interception of the season and his second return for a score. The Cedar Hill native has forced two fumbles this season and recorded a season-high 10 tackles against the Cowboys. Olabode has 42 tackles on the season which ranks second on the team behind linebacker Joel Hasley.

    Jason Verrett, cornerback, senior

    Jason Verrett leads the Big 12 with 15 defended passes including 11 pass break ups. His four interceptions are tied for the top spot in the conference.  The Fairfield, Calif. native recorded four tackles against Oklahoma State. Verrett has 31 tackles on the season and posted a season-high of 11 in the loss to Texas Tech.

    LaDarius Brown, wide receiver, freshman

    LaDarius Brown posted a season-high seven catches against Oklahoma State. He scored the Frogs’ only touchdown and had 67 receiving yards, his second highest total of the season. The Waxahachie native recorded a touchdown in five of the last six games including the last three in a row.