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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | January 13, 2016

TCU gives Alamo Bowl hero a scholarship for his last semester

  Bram Kohlhausen threw for 351 yards and two touchdowns in the Alamo Bowl.

Thanks for the Alamo Bowl, Bram Kohlhausen.

TCU really, really appreciates it.

Kohlhausen was Trevone Boykin’s backup all season long, and when he was thrust into action in the Alamo Bowl, the Frogs got off to a rocky start. They trailed 31-0 to start the game, but eventually scored an epic 47-41 comeback win.

Kohlhausen was a walk-on for TCU, but he will receive a scholarship for his final semester in Fort Worth.

A pretty cool gesture from TCU, and good for Kohlhausen for working hard at his craft and earning what he deserves.

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