TCU will look to get back on track when it travels to Ames, Iowa, on Saturday to face Iowa State, which has suddenly started to experience a defensive lull.The Horned Frogs (3-2, 1-1 Big 12) head to Iowa on the heels of a bitter 24-21 home loss to West Virginia last weekend. TCU, which had won three straight games after a season-opening loss to Colorado, had its 10-game winning streak in Big 12 regular-season play snapped.Chandler Morris led the Horned Frogs with 298 passing yards and two touchdowns against the Mountaineers. He also had 51 yards and a score on the ground in the loss. TCU’s Griffin Kell had two-field goal attempts blocked in the final 4:47 of the game, including a 55-yarder with 32 seconds remaining.”That’s twice this year we’ve had opportunities at the end of the game to put a drive together and kick a field goal or score a touchdown,” Horned Frogs coach Sonny Dykes said. “That’s two times we weren’t able to do it. That’s not what we’re accustomed to.”TCU’s fourth-quarter push came after it gained just 1 yard of offense on 11 snaps in the third quarter. The Horned Frogs had a goal-line stand early in the fourth to keep the game tied.The Cyclones (2-3, 1-1) return home looking for answers as well after a 50-20 loss at then-No. 14 Oklahoma last Saturday. Iowa State surrendered the game’s final 29 points and gave up 523 total yards, 366 of those passing, the most it has allowed through the air in a game since October 2021.