TCU fell to Kansas State in overtime on Saturday, a shocking 31-28 loss that sent rumors swirling about TCU’s College Football Playoff future.

Headed into Saturday, TCU was in the midst of a Cinderella season, having made it through the regular season undefeated. But, the Big 12 Championship loss is reminiscent of the 2014 season when the Horned Frogs went 11-1 but were left out of the CFP top 4 in favor of Ohio State.

No. 5 Ohio State is expected to replace No. 4 USC after the Trojans lost to Utah in the Pac-12 Championship on Friday. Does a TCU loss open the door for No. 6 Alabama to sneak in? The Crimson Tide are on the outside looking in with a 10-2 record on the season.

However, if social media is any indication, the Horned Frogs aren’t done this season.