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Fort Worth, TX (SportsNetwork. http://www.baseballnationalsmlb.com/authentic-gio-gonzalez-nationals-jersey/ .com) - Trevone Boykin threw for four touchdowns and caught a pass for a score, powering fourth-ranked TCU to a share of the Big 12 title with a 55-3 rout of Iowa State. The Horned Frogs entered the game third in the College Football Playoff rankings and are hopeful Saturdays effort will impress the selection committee enough to keep them in the exclusive four-team field, which will be announced Sunday. Boykin was 30-of-41 for 460 yards and added 44 yards on eight carries. Aaron Green rushed for 104 yards and a score and also caught a touchdown pass for TCU (11-1, 8-1 Big 12), which will be co-conference champions with the winner of Saturday nights game between Kansas State and Baylor. Sam B. Richardson completed only 16-of-40 passes for 152 yards and one interception for the Cyclones (2-10, 0-9), who concluded the season with six consecutive losses. The Horned Frogs opened the scoring on a trick play. Boykin threw a backward pass to the left side of the field to wide receiver David Porter, who fired back across to the TCU quarterback. Boykin then followed a convoy of blockers as he raced down the right sideline for a 55-yard touchdown 5 1/2 minutes in. TCU marched 86 yards in 12 plays on its next possession and went up 14-0 on Greens 3-yard touchdown run. The Cyclones were in the red zone at the outset of the second quarter, but wound up settling for a 26-yard Cole Netten field goal after Ben Boesen dropped a pass in the end zone. Boykin later completed a 49-yard pass to Kolby Listenbee to set up Jaden Oberkroms 39-yard field goal. Iowa State then failed to capitalize on a TCU miscue. The Cyclones had the ball at the TCU 39 following a muffed punt, but turned it over on the next play. Unlike the Horned Frogs, they were unsuccessful on a trick play, as Ranthony Texada picked off an underthrown pass from wideout Jarvis West. TCU looked to extend its lead before halftime, but Boykin was intercepted by Sam E. Richardson in the end zone. The Horned Frogs then broke the game open in the third quarter by scoring 31 points. Green caught a pass in the flat on 3rd-and-3 and sprinted 54 yards to the end zone on the opening drive of the second half. Oberkrom made a 23-yard field goal, Derrick Kindred scored on a 44-yard return after picking off Sam B. Richardson and Boykin threw touchdown passes of 18 and 45 yards to Josh Doctson and Deante Gray, respectively. Boykin capped his glittering performance with a 14-yard TD pass to JaJuan Story early in the fourth quarter. Game Notes Boykin established a single-season school record with 30 touchdown passes. He broke the previous mark of 27 set by Andy Dalton in 2010 ... TCU has forced at least one turnover in 24 straight games ... Iowa State has lost 12 straight games against ranked opponents since a 37-23 win at then-No. 15 TCU on Oct. 6, 2012 .. 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Gal controlled the flight of her ball and picked up three birdies on the back nine at Tiburon Golf Club, giving her a 3-under 69 and a three-shot lead going into the weekend of an LPGA Tour finale that pays $700,000 to the winner. The 28-year-old German has spent much of the year working on a shorter swing and hitting a variety of shapes and trajectories, and that was put to good use in the blustery conditions. And the fact she opened with a 64 didnt hurt. "My advantage was yesterday," Gal said. "Shooting 8-under was big. Today it was hard for everybody to catch up. Thats what gave me that three-shot lead." Gal was at 11-under 133. Sun Young Yoo, the former Kraft Nabisco champion, had a 68 and was alone in second. The degree of difficult was best measured by what Yoo considered her best shot of the round -- a 6-iron on the 18th hole that didnt even hit the green. "Im very pleased with how I played," Yoo said. "I recovered very well." Lydia Ko, the 16-year-old from New Zealand making her pro debut, played her final 10 holes without a birdie and finished at 71, leaving her nine shots behind. "I thought I played much better today than yesterday, but the score was the same," Ko said. "I left a couple of my putts short just in front of the hole. Then when I got my speed right, the direction was wrong, so that was kind of frustrating." Gal hasnt won since her inaugural title at the Kia Classic two years ago, and her biggest disappointment this year was not getting picked for the Solheim Cup team. She felt her game was turning around, but not in time to warrant a captains pick. Instead, she might have to settle for the biggest payoff in womens golf. To win this week would amount to one-third of her career earnings. "Its easier for people to say, I dont care about the money, I only want to play well. But they dont mean it, right?" she said with a smile. "But Im not out here to play for money. 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Kerr then ran off three straight birdies, knocked in a 15-foot birdie putt on the 12th, and then holed an 80-foot putt for eagle on the 17th that put her back in the mix. "On 17, I mean I was just due. I dont know how to describe it any other way than that," she said. Morgan Pressel had a 67, the low score of the second round. Four players failed to break 80. Inbee Park was within a shot of the lead early in the round, reaching 7 under, until she fell back to a 72 and was seven shots behind. Park headed off to rehearse her speech one last time before accepting LPGA player of the year at the awards dinner Friday night. Most players are nervous to stand before a big room for such a big moment. "Ive had a lot more pressure," Park said with a smile, a reference to going after a fourth straight major earlier this year at St. Andrews. 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