Bram Kohlhausen's dream week adds final chapter on AP All-Bowl Team
Bram Kohlhausen, take one final bow.
The quarterback nobody knew before the TCU Horned Frogs took the field against the Oregon Ducks in last Saturday's Alamo Bowl is now the headliner of the Associated Press' 2015 All-Bowl Team released Friday.
Kohlhausen, making his first career start in place of suspended star quarterback Trevone Boykin, rallied TCU from a 31-0 halftime deficit to a 47-41 triple-overtime victory, tying for the largest comeback ever in a bowl game and for the second-best in FBS history.
The senior walk-on set TCU bowl records for completions (28), attempts (45) and yards (351). He threw two touchdown passes, plus rushed for 45 yards and two touchdowns, including an 8-yarder that won the game in the third overtime.
Out of high school, Kohlhausen went to Houston before transferring to Los Angeles Harbor Community College, where he made his only other collegiate starts in the opening three games of the 2013 season.