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TH E G A RY PAT TE R S O N E RA 4The Dean of Mountain West Conference Coaches: 73-27 in 8 seasons 4Two-Time Conference Coach of the Year: 2002 Conference USA; 2005 MWC 4Among the Nation’s Best: No. 10 among active coaches in career winning pct. (.730) 4Going Bowling: Bowl appearances in 7 of 8 seasons as head coach;

10 of 11 seasons overall on campus

4Preparing for the Pros: 41 players in NFL camps; 21 draft picks 4Taking on Challenges: 11-3 in last 14 games vs. teams from

conferences with automatic BCS bids

4Collecting Championships: 4 conference titles since his

arrival on campus

4Consistent Winning: Five 10-win seasons in seven years;

four 11-win seasons in last six years

4Finding Talent: 93 all-conference selections

6 All-Americans

10 Freshman All-Americans

4Reaching New Heights: Alone at TCU with the following—

Only TCU coach with more than two 10-win seasons

Top winning pct. (.730) at TCU through first 100 games

Coached TCU to record four-straight bowl wins

Owns program records for bowl games coached, bowl victories

Best Records (Since 2005)

Team 1. USC 2. Texas 3. Boise State 4. Ohio State 5. Florida 6. West Virginia 7. TCU 8. LSU Oklahoma 10. Penn State

W-L 46-6 45-7 44-8 43-8 43-9 42-9 41-10 42-11 42-11 40-11

Pct. .885 .865 .846 .843 .827 .823 .804 .792 .792 .784

Top-10 WON-Loss Records (since 2000)

Team 1. Boise State 2. Texas 3. Oklahoma 4. USC 5. Ohio State 6. Georgia 7. LSU 8. Virginia Tech 9. Florida 10. TCU

W-L 98-17 97-18 102-19 93-22 91-23 90-26 90-27 89-29 87-29 83-28

Pct. .852 .843 .843 .809 .798 .776 .769 .754 .750 .748

Best Records Among Schools in Texas (since 2005)

Team 1. Texas 2. TCU 3. Texas Tech 4. Houston 5. Texas A&M 6. UTEP 7. Rice 8. Baylor 9. SMU 10. North Texas

W-L 45-7 41-10 36-14 32-20 25-22 22-26 21-27 16-31 13-34 8-39

Pct. .865 .804 .720 .615 .532 .458 .438 .340 .277 .170


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WELCOME TO TCU

A RICH HISTORY

CHAMPIONSHIP GOALS

GAME DAY AT TCU

4Why Frogs Chose TCU

4TCU Football Yesterday and Today

4Four-Game Bowl Winning Streak

4Game Day at Amon G. Carter Stadium

4TCU By The Numbers

4Two-Time National Champions

4Among Nation’s Winningest Since 2000

421-2 at Home Since 2005

4Davey O’Brien and Sam Baugh

42005 MWC Champions

4Frog Game Day Festivities

4Where LT Learned to Run

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HORNED FROG TRADITION

BOWL SEASON REGULARS

COACHING EXCELLENCE

FROGS IN THE NFL

4What is a Horned Frog?

4The TCU Bowl Experience

4Head Coach Gary Patterson

4Five 2009 Draft Picks Rank No. 1 in Texas

4Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo, and Other Cheers

4TCU’s 24 Bowl Games Since 1936

4What They’re Saying About Patterson

4Frogs Currently in NFL

4Home of the Iron Skillet

4Staff Featuring 234 Years Experience

4A Tribute to LT, NFL MVP

4TCU’s Other Football Traditions

4Five Assistants at TCU at Least Five Years 4TCU’s All-Time Pro Alumni List

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction

The Gary Patterson Era__________________ 1 Table of Contents____________________ 2-3 Quick Facts_________________________ 4-5 Numerical/Alphabetical Rosters_ _______ 6-7 Signee Info./Geographical Breakdown_____ 8 Depth Chart_ _________________________ 9 Season Preview (Offense)_______________ 10 Season Preview (Defense)_ _____________ 11 2009 Opponents______________________ 12

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This is TCU

Welcome to TCU___________________ 14-15 A Rich History_____________________ 16-17 Championship Goals_ ______________ 18-19 Game Day at TCU_ _________________ 20-21 Horned Frog Tradition_ _____________ 22-23 Bowl Season Regulars_ _____________ 24-25 Coaching Excellence_ ______________ 26-27 Reaching the Next Level_ ___________ 28-31 First-Class Facilities_________________ 32-34 Future Facilities_______________________ 35 Athletics Facilities__________________ 36-37 Horned Frog Strong________________ 38-39 Sports Medicine___________________ 40-41 Into the Spotlight__________________ 42-43 Head of the Class_ _________________ 44-45 Exploring TCU_____________________ 46-47 What’s New at TCU_________________ 48-49 Creating Leaders______________________ 50 A Chance to Give Back_________________ 51 Heart of the Metroplex______________ 52-53 2009-10 College Bowl Schedule_ ________ 54

COACHES & STAFF

Gary Patterson_ ___________________ 56-59 Jarrett Anderson______________________ 60 Dick Bumpas_________________________ 61 Rusty Burns__________________________ 62 Justin Fuente_ _______________________ 63 Chad Glasgow________________________ 64 Clay Jennings________________________ 65 Dan Sharp___________________________ 66 Tony Tademy_________________________ 67 Eddie Williamson_ ____________________ 68 Don Sommer_ _______________________ 69 Mike Sinquefield______________________ 70 Chris Gillert/Graduate Assistants_________ 71 Support Staff/All-Time Assistant Coaches_ ___72

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Frog Awards Candidates_ ___________ 74-88 Returning Player Profiles_ __________ 89-109 Other Frogs to Watch_________________ 110 Newcomer Profiles_______________ 111-113 TCU Endowed Scholarships____________ 113

2008 Season in Review

2008 Results________________________ 116 Overall Statistics_________________ 116-118 Defensive Statistics___________________ 119 Game-By-Game Team Statistics_________ 120 Game-By-Game Individual Statistics_____ 121 Game-By-Game Defensive Statistics_____ 122 Opponent Game-By-Game Statistics_ ___ 123 Specialty Statistics_ __________________ 124 Superlatives_ _______________________ 125 Game-By-Game Recaps___________ 126-132

TCU RECORD BOOK

Amon G. Carter Stadium Records_ ______ 134 Team Offensive Records___________ 135-136 Individual Records_ ______________ 137-148 Opponent Records_______________ 149-151 Longest Plays_ ______________________ 152 Miscellaneous Records________________ 153 Bowl Records_ ______________________ 154


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TCU FACILITIES

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

SPORTS MEDICINE

IN THE NATION’S SPOTLIGHT

4Amon G. Carter Stadium

4TCU’s Strength Philosophy

4Keeping Frogs on the Field

4TCU Media Exposure

4New State-of-the-Art Football Facilities

4Walsh Complex Weight Room

4TCU ‘s Athletics Medicine Staff

4National Print Media Focus on Frogs

4What’s on the Horizon

4TCU Weight Room Records

4Sports Medicine Facilities

4Television, Radio and Internet Coverage

4Other TCU Athletics Facilities

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TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP/OUTREACH

THE METROPLEX

4Academic Success at TCU

4About the TCU Campus

4TCU’s 2009-10 Leadership Council

4Living in Fort Worth

4About TCU Academic Services

4Areas of Study Offered

4Frogs Give Back to Community

4The Sites of Dallas-Fort Worth

4Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center 4What’s New on TCU’s Campus

4More About the Metroplex

TABLE OF CONTENTS Media Guide Credits HORNED FROG HISTORY

TCU Football Through the Ages_____ 156-158 All-Time Coaches_ _______________ 157-158 TCU in the National Rankings_ _________ 159 National Championships______________ 160 TCU in the AP Poll________________ 161-162 TCU and the Heisman Trophy_ _________ 163 All-Americans/Retired Numbers_ _______ 164 All-Conference Honors____________ 165-166 Rogers Trophy Winners_ ______________ 166 All-Star Game Selections_ _____________ 167 All-Time Letterwinners____________ 168-173 Horned Frog Legends_____________ 174-177 Year-By-Year Records_ ________________ 178 All-Time vs. Opponents_ ______________ 179 All-Time Series Results____________ 180-183 Iron Skillet: TCU vs. SMU_______________ 182 Year-By-Year Results______________ 184-188 Bowl Recaps____________________ 189-196 Great Moments in TCU History_ ________ 197

MEDIA/TCU INFORMATION

Chancellor Dr. Victor Boschini_ _________ 200 TCU Board of Regents________________ 200 Athletics Director Dr. Danny Morrison_____ 201 Athletics Administration_ _____________ 201 Media Information_______________ 202-203 TCU on Television____________________ 204 TCU/ISP Sports Network_______________ 205 Mountain West Conference____________ 206 Compliance Information_ _____________ 207

The 2009 TCU football media guide is a production of the Horned Frog Athletics Media Relations Office. The publication, which may be purchased through the TCU Athletics Media Relations Office for $20 plus $7 shipping, is also available for download at www.GoFrogs.com.

Photography by Scott Bjornlie, Jim Boyd, Vladimir Cherry, Michael Clements, Glen Ellman, Jared Lindsay, Tom Marvin, John R. Meyer, Derik Moore, James D. Smith, Jason Timm, Anthony Vasser and the late Linda Kaye. Frogs in the NFL photos were provided by respective NFL media relations departments. Facility renderings provided The publication was written by Director of by HKS Sports and Entertainment. Media Relations Mark Cohen with layout and design provided by Assistant Director ON THE COVERS Andy Anderson. Assistant Directors Brandie TCU utilized Concussion Advertising for its Davidson and Joe Monaco, Coordinator 2009 season marketing campaign, “Reasons.” Matt Hoover and graduate assistant Jaime Design for the covers was provided by art Handy all provided editorial assistance. director Lisa Bachim, chief creative officer Special thanks go to student assistants Ben Andrew Yanez and creative director Derek Biefnes, Curtis Clay, Chase Iles and Jackie Johnson with photography by Moshe Torda for assistance with guide design and Brakha. production. Credit is also directed to all past TCU media relations directors for their efforts in laying the foundation for this guide.

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2008 Season results

Date_______Opponent_________Location________ Time (Television) Sept. 12_____at Virginia_ __________Charlottesville, Va._ ___ 2:30 p.m. (ESPNU) Sept. 19_ ___Texas State__________Fort Worth, Texas_ _____________6 p.m. Sept. 26_____at Clemson_ _________Clemson, S.C._ ______________ TBA (TBA) Oct. 3_ _____SMU_ ______________Fort Worth, Texas_ ___ 7 p.m. (The Mtn.) Oct. 10______at Air Force*_ ________USAFA, Colo.__________ 6:30 p.m. (CBS C) Oct. 17_ ____Colorado State*#_ ___Fort Worth, Texas_ _____ 3 p.m. (Versus) Oct. 24______at BYU*_ ____________Provo, Utah__________ 6:30 p.m. (Versus) Oct. 31_ ____UNLV*______________Fort Worth, Texas_ _____ 3 p.m. (Versus) Nov. 7_ _____at San Diego State*_ __San Diego, Calif._ ________ 3 p.m. (Versus) Nov. 14_____Utah*_ _____________Fort Worth, Texas_ ___ 6:30 p.m. (CBS C) Nov. 21_ ____at Wyoming*_________Laramie, Wyo._________ 1 p.m. (The Mtn.) Nov. 28_____New Mexico*________Fort Worth, Texas_ ____Noon (The Mtn.)

Date_____ Aug. 30_ __ Sept. 6____ Sept. 13___ Sept. 20___ Sept. 27___ Oct. 4_____ Oct. 11____ Oct. 16____ Oct. 25____ Nov. 1_ ___ Nov. 6_ ___ Nov. 22_ __ Dec. 23_ __

Home games in bold All times Central and subject to change *Mountain West Conference game

FUTURE SCHEDULES

# - Homecoming

* - Mountain West Conference game ^ - Poinsettia Bowl

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Sept. 4 - vs. Baylor Sept. 11 - at SMU Sept. 18 - at Texas Tech

vs. Virginia at SMU vs. Navy vs. Oklahoma

Sept. 6 - vs. LSU at SMU

2011 Sept. 3 - at Baylor Sept. 10 - vs. Texas Tech Sept. 17 - at Navy Oct. 1 - vs. SMU

2013 Aug. 31 - vs. SE Louisiana Sept. 7 - at LSU vs. SMU

quick facts

Opponent_ _____ Result____ Score_ ___ TV_________ ATTEN at New Mexico*_______ W_ ______ 26-3_ ____ Versus______ 31,583 Stephen F. Austin_ ____ W_ ______ 67-7_ _______________ 27,074 Stanford_____________ W_ _____ 31-14_____ The Mtn.____ 25,531 at SMU______________ W_ ______ 48-7_ ____ CBS C_ _____ 30,923 at No. 2 Oklahoma_ ___ L_______ 10-35_____ FSN________ 85,158 San Diego State*______ W_ ______ 41-7_ ____ The Mtn.____ 30,620 at Colorado State*_____ W_ ______ 13-7_ ____ CBS C_ _____ 27,130 No. 8 BYU*___________ W_ ______ 32-7_ ____ Versus______ 36,180 Wyoming*___________ W_ ______ 54-7_ ____ The Mtn.____ 30,103 at UNLV*_ ___________ W_ _____ 44-14_____ CBS C_ _____ 16,121 at No. 9 Utah*_ _______ L_______ 10-13_____ CBS C_ _____ 45,666 Air Force*____________ W_ _____ 44-10_____ Versus______ 32,823 vs. No. 9 Boise State^_ _ W_ _____ 17-16_____ ESPN_______ 34,628

2015 at Arkansas vs. SMU

2016 vs. Arkansas at SMU

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TCU Coaches and Staff

2009 Team breakdown

School:_ ______________ Texas Christian University (TCU) Location:__________________________ Fort Worth, Texas Founded:____________________________________ 1873 Enrollment:__________________________________ 8,865 Colors:____________________________ Purple and White Nickname:____________________________ Horned Frogs Conference:__________________________ Mountain West Chancellor:_ _______________________Dr. Victor Boschini Athletics Director:_________________ Dr. Danny Morrison Faculty Athletics Representative:________ Rhonda Hatcher Athletics Department Phone:_ __________ (817) 257-5658 Ticket Office Phone:_____________ (817) 257-FROG (3764) University Web Site_____________________ www.tcu.edu Athletics Web Site:_ ________________ www.gofrogs.com Conference Web Site:_______________ www.themwc.com

Head Coach (alma mater):______________ Gary Patterson (Kansas State, 1983) Record at TCU (years):____________________ 73-27 (eight) Overall Record (years):___________________ 73-27 (eight) Co-Off. Coordinator/Running Backs:_____Jarrett Anderson Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line:______Dick Bumpas Wide Receivers:__________________________ Rusty Burns Co-Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks:________ Justin Fuente Safeties: _ ____________________________Chad Glasgow Cornerbacks:__________________________ Clay Jennings Tight Ends/Special Teams:__________________ Dan Sharp Linebackers:_ __________________________Tony Tademy Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Line:_ _____ Eddie Williamson Director of Football Operations: ________Mike Sinquefield Asst. Director of Football Operations:________ Chris Gillert Graduate Assistant–Defense:______________ Trey Haverty Graduate Assistant–Offense:_________Adam Lechtenberg Graduate Assistant–Video:________________ Ben Angeley Graduate Assistant–Video:________ Brandon Lechtenberg Strength & Conditioning Coach:_ _________ Don Sommer Equipment Manager:______________________Matt Lewis Video Coordinator:______________________ Mike Maples Football Athletic Trainer:_ ________________ David Gable Patterson’s Administrative Assistant:______ Donna Biasatti Football Administrative Assistant:___________Gisele Kates Football Office Phone:_________________ (817) 257-7970

Lettermen Returning:____________________________ 46 Offense/Defense/Specialists:_________________ 25/18/3 Lettermen Lost:_________________________________ 21 Offense/Defense/Specialists:_________________ 10/10/1

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium:____________________________ Amon G. Carter Surface:_______________________________Natural Grass Capacity_ _________________________________ (44,358) First Year____________________________________ 1930 First Game at Site_______________________ Oct. 11, 1930 TCU 40, Arkansas 0 Largest Crowd__________________ 47,280 (Nov. 17, 1984) Texas 44, TCU 23 TCU Record at Stadium_ _____________ 218-161-16 (.572) Most Consecutive Home Regular Season Wins_______________ 15 (2001-04)

football program information All-Time Record:____________________ 557-511-57 (.520) 2008 Overall Record:_ __________________________ 11-2 2008 MWC Record/Finish:_ __________________ 7-1 (2nd) 2008 Bowl_______ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU 17, Boise State 16) Basic Offense:______________________________Multiple Basic Defense:________________________________ 4-2-5

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Offensive Starters Returning (7) OT Marcus Cannon, QB Andy Dalton, OG Kyle Dooley, WR Bart Johnson, OT Marshall Newhouse, TB Joseph Turner, WR Jimmy Young Offensive Starters Lost (5) TB Aaron Brown, WR Walter Bryant, OG Giles Montgomery, TE Shae Reagan, C Blake Schlueter Defensive Starters Returning (5) DE Jerry Hughes, S Tejay Johnson, CB Rafael Priest, CB Nick Sanders, LB Daryl Washington Defensive Starters Lost (7) S Steven Coleman, LB Robert Henson, S Stephen Hodge, NT Cody Moore, DE Matt Panfil, LB Jason Phillips, DT James Vess Specialist Starters Returning (3) PK Ross Evans, SN Clint Gresham, P Anson Kelton Specialist Starters Lost (1) KO Drew Combs


TCU FOOTBALL: A HISTORY OF SUCCESS First Year of Football_____________________________ 1896 (2009 is 113th season) All-Time Record_ ____________________ 557-511-57 (.520) Record since WWII (1946-2008)_________________________ 310-360-22 (.464) All-Time Conference Record______________________________ 170-234-6 (.422) All-Time in Mountain West Conference_ _________________________ 25-7 (.781) All-Time Bowl Record_________________________________11-12-1 (.479) TCU Football by Decade 2000s__________________________________83-28-0 (.748) 1990s__________________________________51-61-1 (.456) 1980s__________________________________34-73-4 (.324) 1970s__________________________________26-81-3 (.250) 1960s__________________________________40-56-5 (.421) 1950s_________________________________ 60-41-4 (.590) 1940s__________________________________47-47-7 (.500) 1930s__________________________________85-23-8 (.767) 1920s_________________________________59-26-10 (.674) 1910s__________________________________44-36-6 (.547) 1900s__________________________________23-34-6 (.413) 1890s____________________________________5-5-3 (.500) National Championships________________________ 2 (1935, 1938)

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Conference Titles_ ________________________________ 15 2005, 2002, 2000, 1999, 1994, 1959, 1958, 1955, 1951, 1944, 1938, 1935, 1932, 1929, 1920

Weeks at No. 1 in AP Poll_ ___________________________ 2 Weeks in Top 5 AP Poll_____________________________ 10 Weeks in Top 10 AP Poll____________________________ 39 First-Team All-Americans______________ 38 (14 consensus)

Mountain West Conference Titles_ ____________________ 1 2005 Bowl Appearances________________________________ 24 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1994, 1984, 1965, 1959, 1958, 1956, 1955, 1951, 1947, 1944, 1941, 1938, 1936, 1935 Bowl Championships______________________________ 11 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2002, 1999, 1998, 1956, 1938, 1936, 1935 Undefeated Seasons_______________________________ 3 1938, 1932, 1929 10+ Win Seasons_________________________________ 10 2008, 2006, 2005, 2003, 2002, 2000, 1938, 1935, 1933, 1932 Most Consecutive Wins_ ___________________14 (1937-38)

All-Conference Selections_ ________________________ 332 Heisman Trophy Winners__________1 (Davey O’Brien, 1938) Years with TCU Player in Heisman Top 10_ ________________________________ 5 Academic All-Americans_ __________________________ 11 National Award Winners_____________________________ 4 National Awards Named After TCU Players_ ____________________1 (Davey O’Brien) 2009 Rookies in NFL Camps__________________________ 5 NFL Draft Picks under Head Coach Gary Patterson_________________________ 21 Former TCU Players in NFL Camps under Patterson_ _____________________ 41 Former TCU Players on NFL Championship Teams_ ______________________ 22 TCU on Television__________________ 133 Games (68-65-0) First TV Game on WBAP-TV vs. Arkansas___________ Oct. 2, 1948 (L, 14-27)

TCU ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS

Contact information TCU Media Relations_ _______ (817) 257-7969 Fax: ______________________ (817) 257-7964

Mark Cohen, Director of Media Relations Mark Cohen is in his fifth year at TCU after working the previous 16 years at Wofford College. He received the 2009 Scoop Hudgins Outstanding SID Award from the All-American Football Foundation. Cohen was hired as Wofford’s sports information director in 1989 by current TCU Athletics Director Danny Morrison, who was then the Terriers’ athletics director. Cohen was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations in January 1992 and to Associate Athletics Director in September 1996.

Mark Cohen—Football Contact Office_____________________ (817) 257-5394 Cell_ _____________________ (817) 343-2017 E-Mail_ _________________ m.cohen@tcu.edu

After graduating from Cal State Fullerton in 1988, Cohen began his career as an assistant in the University of Houston sports information office. He also worked in various game day capacities with the Houston Astros, Houston Oilers and Houston Rockets. While earning a B.A. degree in communications and a minor in business administration at Cal State Fullerton, Cohen served as the media relations director for the 1988 Titan baseball team which advanced to the College World Series.

Andy Anderson—Secondary Contact Office_____________________ (817) 257-5367 Cell_ _____________________ (817) 343-6465 E-Mail_ ______________ a.anderson2@tcu.edu

Under Cohen’s direction, Wofford’s football media guide covers received “Best in the Nation” honors three times from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). The Terriers’ football game program covers were also named “Best in the Nation” on three occasions. Cohen has received a total of 11 “Citations for Excellence in Publications.”

Press Box____________(817) 257-7981 or 7982

Cohen and his wife, Sarah, have three sons: David (16), Adam (14) and Steven (10).

Andy Anderson BRANDIE DAVIDSON Assistant Director Secondary Football Women’s Basketball Men’s Tennis

Assistant Director Volleyball Baseball Rifle

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Assistant Director Men’s Basketball Men’s Golf GoFrogs.com

MATT HOOVER

Coordinator Soccer Track/Cross Country Equestrian

Athletics Department________ (817) 257-5658 Mailing Address:________ 2900 Stadium Drive TCU Box 297600 Fort Worth, TX 76129

JAIME HANDY

Graduate Assistant Swimming & Diving Women’s Tennis

ROBYN WRIGHT Administrative Assistant

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No.____ Name___________________Pos.______ Ht._______ Wt._______Cl.-Exp.________________Hometown (High School)/Last

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2_ ___ Curtis Clay_______________ WR______ 6-1_______ 185________ JR-2L______________________Lockhart, Texas (Lockhart)

81_ ______ Alonzo Adams____________________ WR

3_ ___ Skye Dawson_____________ WR_____ 5-10______ 175_______ FR-HS________________Mesquite, Texas (Dallas Christian)

17_ ______ Brian Alexis_______________________ CB

3_ ___ Bryan Houk_ _____________ PK_ _____ 6-2_______ 192________FR-RS___________________ Colleyville, Texas (Grapevine)

14_ ______ Emmanuel Asaolu_________________ WR

3_ ___ Tejay Johnson_ ____________ S_______ 6-1_______ 212________ JR-2L__________________Garland, Texas (South Garland)

31_ ______ Chris Atterberry___________________ WR

4_ ___ Willie Leiss_______________ WR______ 6-0_______ 170________JR-RS_________________________ Hurst, Texas (L.D. Bell)

91_ ______ Joseph Bates_ _____________________ SN

4_ ___ Casey Pachall_____________ QB_ _____ 6-5_______ 204_______ FR-HS________________ Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood)

23_ ______ Michael Berry_____________________ WR

6_ ___ Bart Johnson_____________ WR______ 6-0_______ 195________ JR-2L________________ Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood)

25_ ______ Sir Demarco Bledsoe _________________ S

7_ ___ Greg McCoy______________ CB_ ____ 5-10______ 181_______ SO-1L_________________ Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson)

46_ ______ Hayden Bowers_ ___________________ FB

9_ ___ Alex Ibiloye_ ______________ S_______ 6-0_______ 183________ JR-2L__________________Garland, Texas (South Garland)

82_ ______ Josh Boyce_______________________ WR

10_ ___ John Brown______________ WR______ 6-3_______ 200________JR-SQ_____________ Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley NW)

80_ ______ Logan Brock_______________________ TE

10_ ___ Rafael Priest______________ CB_ ____ 5-10______ 181________SR-3L________________________ Dallas, Texas (Madison)

35_ ______ Tanner Brock_ _____________________ LB

11_ ___ Marcus Jackson___________ QB_ _____ 6-1_______ 216________SR-3L______________________Houston, Texas (Westside)

99_ ______ Braylon Broughton_ ________________ DE

12_ ___ Yogi Gallegos_____________ QB_ _____ 6-1_______ 208________FR-RS___________________________Irving, Texas (Irving)

10_ ______ John Brown_ _____________________ WR

13_ ___ Antoine Hicks_ ___________ WR______ 6-2_______ 200_______ SO-1L__________________ Arlington, Texas (Timberview)

40_ ______ Greg Burks________________________ LB

14_ ___ Emmanuel Asaolu_________ WR______ 6-1_______ 170________JR-SQ_____________________ Fort Worth, Texas (Dunbar)

92_ ______ Ray Burns_________________________ DL

14_ ___ Andy Dalton_____________ QB_ _____ 6-3_______ 215________ JR-2L_____________________________ Katy, Texas (Katy)

51_ ______ Kenny Cain________________________ LB

15_ ___ Malcolm Williams_ _________ S______ 5-11______ 205________ JR-TR____ Athens, Texas (S. Grand Prairie)/Trinity Valley CC

61_ ______ Marcus Cannon____________________ OT

16_ ___ Jurell Thompson_ __________ S______ 5-11______ 200_______ FR-HS______________________Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider)

43_ ______ Tank Carder_ ______________________ LB

16_ ___ Kyle Wilson_______________ QB_ _____ 6-1_______ 200________FR-RS_________________Springtown, Texas (Springtown)

26_ ______ Jai Cavness________________________ TB

17_ ___ Brian Alexis_ _____________ CB_ _____ 5-9_______ 160________FR-RS________Fort Worth, Texas (Fort Worth Country Day)

18_ ______ Ryan Christian_ ____________________ TB

17_ ___ Tyler Luttrell______________ WR______ 6-1_______ 210________ JR-1L_______________ Weatherford, Texas (Weatherford)

60_ ______ Charlie Cicack_____________________ DT

18_ ___ Ryan Christian____________ TB_ ____ 5-11______ 188________SR-3L__________________________ Aledo, Texas (Aledo)

2_______ Curtis Clay_ ______________________ WR

19_ ___ Corderra Hunter_ __________ S_______ 6-2_______ 220________SR-3L____________________ Longview, Texas (Longview)

93_ ______ Jeremy Coleman_ __________________ DT

19_ ___ Garrett Winsett_ __________ WR______ 5-9_______ 180_______ SO-SQ_ _______________________ Austin, Texas (McNeil)

32_ ______ Brandon Cook_ ___________________ WR

20_ ___ Nick Sanders_ ____________ CB_ ____ 5-10______ 174________SR-3L________________________ Kilgore, Texas (Kilgore)

30_ ______ Tekerrein Cuba______________________ S

20_ ___ Michael Venson___________ CB_ ____ 5-10______ 170_______ FR-HS_____________________ Katy, Texas (Morton Ranch)

14_ ______ Andy Dalton_______________________QB

21_ ___ Johnny Fobbs_ ____________ S_______ 6-1_______ 203_______ SO-1L____________________ Fort Worth, Texas (Everman)

96_ ______ Wayne Daniels_____________________ DE

21_ ___ Patrick McDonald_ ________ WR______ 6-0_______ 200________FR-RS____________________ New Vernon, N.J. (Madison)

3_______ Skye Dawson_____________________ WR

22_ ___ Jercell Fort_______________ TB_ ____ 5-11______ 195_______ SO-SQ_ _________________ Los Angeles, Calif. (Hamilton)

30_ ______ Aundre Dean______________________ TB

23_ ___ Michael Berry_____________ WR_____ 5-11______ 185_______ FR-HS______________Bakersfield, Calif. (Garces Memorial)

87_ ______ Robert Deck_______________________ TE

23_ ___ Trenton Thomas___________ S_______ 6-0_______ 190_______ FR-HS_____________________ Brenham, Texas (Brenham)

89_ ______ Walker Dille_ ______________________ TE

24_ ___ Joseph Turner_ ___________ TB_ _____ 6-1_______ 225________SR-3L_______________ Austin, Texas (Lyndon B. Johnson)

72_ ______ Kyle Dooley_ _____________________ OG

25_ ___ Sir Demarco Bledsoe _ ______ S_______ 6-2_______ 195_______ SO-1L____________________ Piedmont, Okla. (Piedmont)

56_ ______ James Dunbar_ ____________________ DL

26_ ___ Jai Cavness_______________ TB_ _____ 5-8_______ 175_______ SO-1L_____________ Houston, Texas (Thurgood Marshall)

37_ ______ Ross Evans________________________ PK

26_ ___ Devin Johnson____________ CB_ ____ 5-10______ 188________FR-RS___________________ Oklahoma City, Okla. (Moore)

21_ ______ Johnny Fobbs______________________ S

27_ ___ Jason Teague_____________ CB_ _____ 6-2_______ 185________JR-SQ______________ Carthage, Texas (Carthage)/Tyler JC

66_ ______ Blaize Foltz_______________________ OG

28_ ___ Colin Jones_______________ S_______ 6-0_______ 205________ JR-2L__________________ Bridgeport, Texas (Bridgeport)

52_ ______ Ross Forrest_______________________ DE

29_ ___ Ryan Hightower___________ FB_ _____ 5-9_______ 215________JR-SQ__________________ Albuquerque, N.M. (La Cueva)

22_ ______ Jercell Fort________________________ TB

29_ ___ Matthew Tucker___________ TB_ _____ 6-1_______ 210_______ FR-HS_______________________ Tyler, Texas (Chapel Hill)

84_ ______ Evan Frosch_ ______________________ TE

30_ ___ Tekerrein Cuba____________ S_______ 6-4_______ 210_______ SO-1L______________________Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee)

64_ ______ James Fry__________________________ C

30_ ___ Aundre Dean_____________ TB_ _____ 6-0_______ 215_______ SO-TR________________________Katy, Texas (Katy)/UCLA

86_ ______ Corey Fuller_ ______________________ TE

31_ ___ Chris Atterberry___________ WR _____ 5-11______ 175________FR-RS_________________________ Forney, Texas (Forney)

12_ ______ Yogi Gallegos______________________QB

31_ ___ Cale Patterson_____________ P______ 5-11______ 185________FR-RS______________________ Kenilworth, Ill. (New Trier)

33_ ______ Kris Gardner_______________________ LB

31_ ___ Chris Scott________________ S______ 5-10______ 185________FR-RS________________ Baton Rouge, La. (Southern Lab)

57_ ______ Cory Grant________________________ NT

32_ ___ Brandon Cook____________ WR_____ 5-10______ 185________JR-HS____________ Plano, Texas (Plano East)/Kansas State

54_ ______ Clint Gresham_ ____________________ SN

32_ ___ Waymon James___________ TB_ _____ 5-8_______ 203_______ FR-HS_____________________ Sherman, Texas (Sherman)

69_ ______ Kelly Griffin________________________ NT

32_ ___ Evan Kern________________ CB_ ____ 5-10______ 175_______ SO-SQ_ __________________Milwaukee, Wis. (Marquette)

13_ ______ Antoine Hicks_____________________ WR

33_ ___ Kris Gardner_______________LB______ 6-1_______ 235_______ SO-1L_______________________ Arlington, Texas (Martin)

29_ ______ Ryan Hightower____________________ FB

34_ ___ Ed Wesley________________ TB_ _____ 5-9_______ 185________FR-RS______________________ Irving, Texas (MacArthur)

74_ ______ Ty Horn____________________________ C

35_ ___ Tanner Brock_ _____________LB______ 6-3_______ 227_______ FR-HS___________ Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove)

3_______ Bryan Houk_ ______________________ PK

36_ ___ Chris Smith_ _____________ TB_ ____ 5-11______ 231________SR-3L_____________________ Navasota, Texas (Navasota)

58_ ______ Bryant House______________________ DL

37_ ___ Ross Evans_______________ PK_ _____ 5-9_______ 185_______ SO-1L_________________________ Burnet, Texas (Burnet)

98_ ______ Jerry Hughes_ _____________________ DE

38_ ___ Kevin Sharples____________ PK_ _____ 5-9_______ 185________JR-SQ_______________ The Woodlands, Texas (Oak Ridge)

19_ ______ Corderra Hunter_____________________ S

38_ ___ Sam Shutt_ ______________ WR______ 6-0_______ 178________FR-RS________________ Savannah, Tenn. (Hardin County)

9_______ Alex Ibiloye_ _______________________ S

39_ ___ Dwight Smith_ ___________ TB_ ____ 5-10______ 218_______ FR-HS_____________________ Carthage, Texas (Carthage)

42_ ______ Justin Isadore______________________ LB

40_ ___ Greg Burks________________LB______ 6-1_______ 210________FR-RS__________________Houston, Texas (Spring Woods)

11_ ______ Marcus Jackson____________________QB

40_ ___ Daniel Shelley_ ___________ SN_ _____ 6-1_______ 210________FR-RS________________ Austin, Texas (Hyde Park Baptist)

32_ ______ Waymon James____________________ TB

41_ ___ Daryl Washington__________LB______ 6-3_______ 234________SR-3L___________________________Irving, Texas (Irving)

6_______ Bart Johnson_ ____________________ WR

42_ ___ Justin Isadore______________LB_____ 5-11______ 210_______ FR-HS_______________________ Beaumont, Texas (Ozen)

26_ ______ Devin Johnson_____________________ CB

43_ ___ Tank Carder_______________LB______ 6-2_______ 232_______ SO-1L_______________________ Sweeny, Texas (Sweeny)

3_______ Tejay Johnson_ _____________________ S

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TCU FOOTBALL ROSTERS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER (con’t)

NUMERICAL ROSTER (con’t)

No._______ Name__________________________ Pos.

No.____ Name___________________Pos.______ Ht._______ Wt._______Cl.-Exp.________________Hometown (High School)/Last

28_ ______ Colin Jones_________________________ S

44_ ___ David Stolzman____________LB______ 6-0_______ 205________FR-RS_______________________Southlake, Texas (Carroll)

83_ ______ Jonathan Jones_ __________________ WR

46_ ___ Hayden Bowers___________ FB_ ____ 5-10______ 220________FR-RS__________________________Austin, Texas (Austin)

68_ ______ Trevius Jones______________________ OT

47_ ___ Anson Kelton______________ P_______ 6-4_______ 260_______ SO-1L______________________ Fort Worth, Texas (Aledo)

47_ ______ Anson Kelton_______________________ P

48_ ___ Luke Shivers______________ FB_ _____ 6-0_______ 220_______ SO-1L________________ Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse)

85_ ______ Jeremy Kerley_____________________ WR

50_ ___ Tyler Marrou_ _____________ C_______ 6-5_______ 268________SR-2L__________________ Corpus Christi, Texas (Calallen)

32_ ______ Evan Kern_________________________ CB

51_ ___ Kenny Cain________________LB______ 6-1_______ 200_______ FR-HS______River Ridge, La. (John Curtis Christian School)

76_ ______ Jake Kirkpatrick_____________________ C

52_ ___ Ross Forrest______________ DE_ _____ 6-4_______ 246_______ SO-1L_______________________ Odessa, Texas (Permian)

95_ ______ Clarence Leatch____________________ DE

53_ ___ Ryan Wyatt_______________ OG_ _____ 6-3_______ 286_______ SR-SQ___________ Spring Branch, Texas (Smithson Valley)

4_______ Willie Leiss_ ______________________ WR

54_ ___ Clint Gresham_ ___________ SN_ _____ 6-3_______ 225________SR-2L____________ Corpus Christi, Texas (Ray)/Oklahoma

17_ ______ Tyler Luttrell______________________ WR

55_ ___ D.J. Yendrey______________ OL_ _____ 6-3_______ 240_______ FR-HS____________________________ Edna, Texas (Edna)

90_ ______ Stansly Maponga___________________ DT

56_ ___ James Dunbar____________ DL_ _____ 6-5_______ 290_______ FR-HS_____________________ New Boston, Texas (Maud)

50_ ______ Tyler Marrou________________________ C

57_ ___ Cory Grant_______________ NT_ _____ 6-2_______ 303________ JR-1L_____________________ Houston, Texas (Alief Elsik)

7_______ Greg McCoy_______________________ CB

58_ ___ Bryant House_____________ DL_ _____ 6-4_______ 255_______ FR-HS___________________________Maud, Texas (Maud)

21_ ______ Patrick McDonald_ ________________ WR

59_ ___ Logan Sligar_______________LB_____ 5-10______ 225 ________FR-RS___________________________ Marietta, Ga. (Pope)

70_ ______ Marshall Newhouse_________________ OT

60 _ ___ Charlie Cicack_ ___________ DT_ _____ 6-3 _ _____ 245________FR-RS___________________ Sugar Land, Texas (Clements)

94_ ______ Henry Niutei_______________________ NT

61_ ___ Marcus Cannon___________ OT_ _____ 6-5_______ 350________ JR-2L________________________ Odessa, Texas (Odessa)

62_ ______ Jeff Olson_________________________ OT

62_ ___ Jeff Olson________________ OT_ _____ 6-4_______ 282_______ SO-SQ_ _____________McKinney, Texas (McKinney North)

65_ ______ Kevin Ortega_ _____________________ PK

64_ ___ James Fry_________________ C_______ 6-4_______ 285________FR-RS___________ Spring Branch, Texas (Smithson Valley)

4_______ Casey Pachall______________________QB

65_ ___ Kevin Ortega_____________ PK_ _____ 5-6_______ 155________ JR-TR_________Southlake, Texas (Carroll)/Oklahoma State

31_ ______ Cale Patterson_ _____________________ P

66_ ___ Blaize Foltz_______________ OG_ _____ 6-4_______ 310________FR-RS_________________________ Derby, Kan. (Rose Hill)

83_ ______ Billy Pizor________________________ WR

68_ ___ Trevius Jones_____________ OT_ _____ 6-3_______ 310________FR-RS______________________Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee)

10_ ______ Rafael Priest_______________________ CB

69_ ___ Kelly Griffin_ _____________ NT_ _____ 6-1_______ 295________ JR-2L______________________ Irving, Texas (MacArthur)

79_ ______ Nic Richmond_ ____________________ OT

70_ ___ Marshall Newhouse________ OT_ _____ 6-4_______ 320________SR-3L___________________Dallas, Texas (Lake Highlands)

74_ ______ Michael Rosner_ ____________________ C

71_ ___ Zach Roth_______________ OG_ _____ 6-5_______ 310________JR-RS_______Garden City, Kan. (Holcomb)/Garden City CC

71_ ______ Zach Roth________________________ OG

72_ ___ Kyle Dooley______________ OG_ _____ 6-3_______ 315_______ SO-1L_______________________ Papillion, Neb. (La Vista)

20_ ______ Nick Sanders_ _____________________ CB

73_ ___ Justin Trejo_______________ OG_ _____ 6-4_______ 305________FR-RS______________ St. Paul, Minn. (Cretin-Derham Hall)

31_ ______ Chris Scott_ ________________________ S

73_ ___ Eric Tausch_______________ OL_ _____ 6-3_______ 285_______ FR-HS________________ Plano, Texas (Jesuit College Prep)

38_ ______ Kevin Sharples_____________________ PK

74_ ___ Ty Horn__________________ C_______ 6-5_______ 295_______ FR-HS_____________________ McGregor, Texas (Midway)

40_ ______ Daniel Shelley_ ____________________ SN

74_ ___ Michael Rosner_ ___________ C_______ 6-3_______ 295________FR-RS______________________Sugar Land, Texas (Dulles)

48_ ______ Luke Shivers_______________________ FB

75_ ___ John Wooldridge__________ OT_ _____ 6-5_______ 285_______ FR-HS_____________________ Houston, Texas (Episcopal)

38_ ______ Sam Shutt________________________ WR

76_ ___ Jake Kirkpatrick____________ C_______ 6-3_______ 305________ JR-2L______________________Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee)

59_ ______ Logan Sligar_______________________ LB

77_ ___ Spencer Thompson_________ C_______ 6-4_______ 305_______ SO-SQ_ __________________ Plainview, Texas (Plainview)

36_ ______ Chris Smith________________________ TB

78_ ___ Josh Vernon______________ OG_ _____ 6-2_______ 295________ JR-1L______________________ Irving, Texas (MacArthur)

39_ ______ Dwight Smith______________________ TB

79_ ___ Nic Richmond_ ___________ OT_ _____ 6-8_______ 322________SR-3L__________________Garland, Texas (South Garland)

44_ ______ David Stolzman____________________ LB

80_ ___ Logan Brock_______________TE_______ 6-3_______ 253_______ SO-1L___________ Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove)

73_ ______ Eric Tausch________________________ OL

8 1____ Alonzo Adams____________ WR______ 6-0_______ 190________ JR-1L_______________Houston, Texas (Westside)/Tyler JC

27_ ______ Jason Teague______________________ CB

82_ ___ Josh Boyce_______________ WR_____ 5-11______ 195_______ FR-HS___________ Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove)

23_ ______ Trenton Thomas_____________________ S

83_ ___ Jonathan Jones___________ WR______ 6-4_______ 197_______ SO-1L____________________ Fort Worth, Texas (Everman)

16_ ______ Jurell Thompson_ ___________________ S

83_ ___ Billy Pizor________________ WR______ 6-0_______ 180________JR-SQ____________________________Katy, Texas (Taylor)

77_ ______ Spencer Thompson__________________ C

84_ ___ Evan Frosch_______________TE_______ 6-4_______ 260________ JR-2L___________________Midland, Texas (Robert E. Lee)

73_ ______ Justin Trejo_______________________ OG

85_ ___ Jeremy Kerley_ ___________ WR_____ 5-10______ 192________ JR-2L___________________________Hutto, Texas (Hutto)

29_ ______ Matthew Tucker____________________ TB

86_ ___ Corey Fuller_______________TE_______ 6-5_______ 245________FR-RS_____________________ La Vernia, Texas (La Vernia)

24_ ______ Joseph Turner_ ____________________ TB

87_ ___ Robert Deck_______________TE_______ 6-4_______ 255_______ SO-1L_______________ Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic)

20_ ______ Michael Venson____________________ CB

88_ ___ Jimmy Young_____________ WR______ 6-1_______ 204________ JR-2L___________________ Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish)

78_ ______ Josh Vernon______________________ OG

89_ ___ Walker Dille_______________TE_______ 6-4_______ 242________FR-RS___________________ Sugar Land, Texas (Clements)

41_ ______ Daryl Washington_ _________________ LB

90_ ___ Stansly Maponga__________ DT_ _____ 6-2_______ 240_______ FR-HS______________________Carrollton, Texas (Hebron)

34_ ______ Ed Wesley_________________________ TB

91_ ___ Joseph Bates_ ____________ SN_ _____ 6-2_______ 230_______ SO-SQ_ ______________Cherry Hill, N.J. (East)/Monmouth

15_ ______ Malcolm Williams____________________ S

92_ ___ Ray Burns________________ DL_ _____ 6-1_______ 285_______ FR-HS_____________________ New Boston, Texas (Maud)

16_ ______ Kyle Wilson________________________QB

93_ ___ Jeremy Coleman__________ DT_ _____ 6-2_______ 285________FR-RS__________ Missouri City, Texas (Fort Bend Marshall)

19_ ______ Garrett Winsett_ __________________ WR

94_ ___ Henry Niutei_ ____________ NT_ _____ 6-4_______ 300________JR-SQ__________________________ Euless, Texas (Trinity)

75_ ______ John Wooldridge___________________ OT

95_ ___ Clarence Leatch___________ DE_ _____ 6-4_______ 245________ JR-1L__________________________Tatum, Texas (Tatum)

53_ ______ Ryan Wyatt_______________________ OG

96_ ___ Wayne Daniels____________ DE_ _____ 6-2_______ 250________ JR-2L________________________ Kilgore, Texas (Kilgore)

55_ ______ D.J. Yendrey_ ______________________ OL_

98_ ___ Jerry Hughes_____________ DE_ _____ 6-3_______ 257________SR-3L______________________Sugar Land, Texas (Austin)

88_ ______ Jimmy Young_____________________ WR

99_ ___ Braylon Broughton_ _______ DE_ _____ 6-6_______ 248_______ SO-SQ_ _______________________Dallas, Texas (Hillcrest)

INTRODUCTION

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

COACHING STAFF

Gary Patterson (Kansas State, 1983), Head Coach, 9th season; Jarrett Anderson (New Mexico, 1983), Co-Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs, 9th season; Dick Bumpas (Arkansas, 1973), Defensive Coordinator, 6th season; Rusty Burns (Springfield, 1978), Wide Receivers, 1st season; Justin Fuente (Murray State, 1999), Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks, 3rd season; Chad Glasgow (Oklahoma State, 1995), Safeties, 9th season; Clay Jennings (North Texas, 1996), Cornerbacks, 2nd season; Dan Sharp (TCU, 1985), Tight Ends/Special Teams, 9th season; Tony Tademy (Louisiana Tech, 1983), Linebackers, 5th season; Eddie Williamson (Davidson, 1974), Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line, 9th season; Trey Haverty (Texas Tech, 2004), Graduate Assistant-Defense, 3rd season; Adam Lechtenberg (Nebraska, 2002), Graduate Assistant-Offense, 3rd season; Don Sommer (UTEP, 1987), Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, 9th season; Mike Sinquefield (LSU, 1992), Director of Operations, 9th season; Chris Gillert (UT Tyler, 2000), Asst. Director of Operations, 3rd season.

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2009 ROSTER BREAKDOWN 2009 signees

Name_____________ Pos.____ Ht._____ Wt.___________ Hometown (High School/Last) Josh Boyce_ ________ WR_ ___5-11____ 175_________Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) Tanner Brock________ LB_____ 6-3_ ___ 227_________Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) Ray Burns_ _________ DL_____ 6-1_ ___ 285___________________ New Boston, Texas (Maud) Kenny Cain_ ________ LB_____ 6-1_ ___ 200_____ River Ridge, La. (John Curtis Christian School) Skye Dawson_ ______ WR_ ___5-10____ 175_____________ Mesquite, Texas (Dallas Christian) James Dunbar_______ DL_____ 6-5_ ___ 290___________________ New Boston, Texas (Maud) Ty Horn_____________C_ ____ 6-5_ ___ 295___________________ McGregor, Texas (Midway) Bryant House_ ______ DL_____ 6-4_ ___ 255________________________ Maud, Texas (Maud) Justin Isadore_______ LB_____5-11____ 210_____________________Beaumont, Texas (Ozen) Waymon James______ TB_____ 5-8_ ___ 203___________________Sherman, Texas (Sherman) Stansly Maponga_ ___ DT_____ 6-2_ ___ 240___________________ Carrollton, Texas (Hebron)

Name_____________ Pos.____ Ht._____ Wt.___________ Hometown (High School/Last) Casey Pachall_ ______ QB_____ 6-5_ ___ 204_____________ Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood) Dwight Smith_______ TB_____5-10____ 218__________________ Carthage, Texas (Carthage) Eric Tausch_ ________ OL_____ 6-3_ ___ 285_____________ Plano, Texas (Jesuit College Prep) Trenton Thomas______ S_ ____ 6-0_ ___ 190___________________Brenham, Texas (Brenham) Jurell Thompson______ S_ ____5-11____ 200___________________ Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider) Matthew Tucker_ ____ TB_____ 6-1_ ___ 210_____________________ Tyler, Texas (Chapel Hill) Michael Venson_ ____ CB_____5-10____ 170__________________ Katy, Texas (Morton Ranch) Malcolm Williams_____ S_ ____5-11____ 205___ Athens, Texas (S. Grand Prairie)/Trinity Valley CC John Wooldridge_ ___ OT_____ 6-5_ ___ 285___________________Houston, Texas (Episcopal) D.J. Yendrey_________ OL_____ 6-3_ ___ 240_________________________ Edna, Texas (Edna)

TEAM GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN: TEXAS REGIONS Dallas/Fort Worth

North Texas

East Texas

Alexis, Brian (Fort Worth) Asaolu, Emmanuel (Fort Worth) Atterberry, Chris (Forney) Broughton, Braylon (Dallas) Christian, Ryan (Aledo) Cook, Brandon (Plano) Dawson, Skye (Mesquite) Deck, Robert (Fort Worth) Fobbs, Johnny (Fort Worth) Gallegos, Yogi (Irving) Gardner, Kris (Arlington) Griffin, Kelly (Irving) Hicks, Antoine (Arlington) Houk, Bryan (Colleyville) Ibiloye, Alex (Garland) Johnson, Tejay (Garland) Jones, Jonathan (Fort Worth) Kelton, Anson (Fort Worth) Knapp, Thomas (Flower Mound) Leiss, Willie (Hurst) Luttrell, Tyler (Weatherford) Maponga, Stansly (Carrollton) McCoy, Greg (Dallas) Newhouse, Marshall (Dallas) Niutei, Henry (Euless) Olson, Jeff (McKinney) Ortega, Kevin (Southlake) Priest, Rafael (Dallas) Richmond, Nic (Garland) Stolzman, David (Southlake) Tausch, Eric (Plano) Vernon, Josh (Irving) Washington, Daryl (Irving) Wesley, Ed (Irving) Wilson, Kyle (Springtown)

Jones, Colin (Bridgeport) James, Waymon (Sherman) Thompson, Jerell (Wichita Falls)

Burns, Ray (New Boston) Cuba, Tekerrein (Tyler) Daniels, Wayne (Kilgore) Dunbar, James (New Boston) House, Bryant (Maud) Hunter, Corderra (Longview) Jones, Trevius (Tyler) Kirkpatrick, Jake (Tyler) Leatch, Clarence (Tatum) Sanders, Nick (Kilgore) Shivers, Luke (Whitehouse) Smith, Dwight (Carthage) Teague, Jason (Carthage) Tucker, Matthew (Tyler) Williams, Malcolm (Athens)

Houston (includes Brazos Valley) Adams, Alonzo (Houston) Burks, Greg (Houston) Cavness, Jai (Houston) Cicack, Charlie (Sugar Land) Coleman, Jeremy (Missouri City) Dalton, Andy (Katy) Dean, Aundre (Katy) Dille, Walker (Sugar Land) Grant, Cory (Houston) Hughes, Jerry (Sugar Land) Isadore, Justin (Beaumont) Jackson, Marcus (Houston) Pizor, Billy (Katy) Rosner, Michael (Sugar Land) Sharples, Kevin (Conroe) Smith, Chris (Navasota) Thomas, Trenton (Brenham) Venson, Michael (Katy) Wooldridge (Houston)

Austin area Bowers, Hayden (Austin) Clay, Curtis (Lockhart) Evans, Ross (Burnet) Shelley, Daniel (Austin) Turner, Joseph (Austin) Winsett, Garrett (Austin)

South Texas

San Antonio Area Fry, James (Spring Branch) Fuller, Corey (La Vernia) Wyatt, Ryan (Spring Branch)

Waco/Central Texas Boyce, Josh (Copperas Cove) Brock, Logan (Copperas Cove) Brock, Tanner (Copperas Cove) Horn, Ty (McGregor) Kerley, Jeremy (Hutto)

BY THE NUMBERS of states represented on 13 Number TCU’s roster 96

Number of players from the state of Texas

19

Number of out-of-state players

3

Number of players from Kansas and Louisiana (the second-most represented states)

74

Total number of different hometowns represented

53

Number of Texas cities represented

35

Number of players from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex

West Texas Cannon, Marcus (Odessa) Forrest, Ross (Odessa) Frosch, Evan (Midland) Johnson, Bart (Brownwood) Pachall, Casey (Brownwood) Thompson, Spencer (Plainview)

Carder, Tank (Sweeny) Gresham, Clint (Corpus Christi) Marrou, Tyler (Corpus Christi) Yendrey, D.J. (Edna)

4

Number of junior college transfers

5

Number of four-year transfers

2

Number of high schools that have three players on TCU’s roster (MacArthur HS and Copperas Cove HS)

TEAM GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN: OUT OF STATE CALIFORNIA

LOUISIANA

New Mexico

Berry, Michael (Bakersfield) Fort, Jercell (Los Angeles)

Cain, Kenny (River Ridge) Scott, Chris (Baton Rouge) Young, Jimmy (Monroe)

Hightower, Ryan (Albuquerque)

Georgia Sligar, Logan (Marietta)

KANSAS Brown, John (Overland Park) Foltz, Blaize (Derby) Roth, Zach (Garden City)

Illinois Patterson, Cale (Kenilworth)

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MINNESOTA Trejo, Justin (St. Paul)

nebraska Dooley, Kyle (Papillion)

New Jersey Bates, Joseph (Cherry Hill) McDonald, Patrick (New Vernon)

49

OKLAHOMA Bledsoe, Sir Demarco (Piedmont) Johnson, Devin (Oklahoma City)

Tennessee

3

Number of players who attended a 1A high school – smallest classification

6

Number of players who attended a T.A.P.P.S high school – private school league

Shutt, Sam (Savannah)

WISCONSIN Kern, Evan (Milwaukee)

Number of TCU players who attended a 5A high school – largest classification in Texas


PRESEASON DEPTH CHART TCU OFFENSE

TCU DEFENSE

Pos. No. Player Ht. Wt. Cl. LT________ 70____Marshall Newhouse_ ________6-4_________ 320__________ Sr. 79____Nic Richmond _____________6-8_________ 322__________ Sr.

Pos. No. Player Ht. Wt. Cl. LE________ 98____Jerry Hughes_______________6-3_________ 257__________ Sr. 95____Clarence Leatch_ ___________6-4_________ 245__________ Jr.

LG_ ______ 72____Kyle Dooley________________6-3_________ 315__________So. 66____Blaize Foltz_ _______________6-4_________ 310________ R-Fr.

NT_ ______ 69____Kelly Griffin________________6-1_________ 295__________ Jr. 94____Henry Niutei_______________6-4_________ 300__________ Jr.

C_ _______ 76____Jake Kirkpatrick_____________6-3_________ 305__________ Jr. 64____James Fry_ ________________6-4_________ 285________ R-Fr. 77____Spencer Thompson_ ________6-4_________ 305__________So. 50____Tyler Marrou_______________6-5_________ 268__________ Sr.

DT_ ______ 57____Cory Grant ________________6-2_________ 303__________ Jr. 93____Jeremy Coleman____________6-2_________ 285________ R-Fr.

RG_ ______ 78____Josh Vernon_ ______________6-2_________ 295__________ Jr. 71____Zach Roth_________________6-5_________ 310__________ Jr. RT_ ______ 61____Marcus Cannon ____________6-5_________ 350__________ Jr. 62____Jeff Olson _________________6-4_________ 282__________So. 68____Trevius Jones_ _____________6-3_________ 310________ R-Fr. TE________ 84____Evan Frosch________________6-4_________ 260__________ Jr. 80____Logan Brock_ ______________6-3_________ 253__________So. 86____Corey Fuller________________6-5_________ 245________ R-Fr. 89____Walker Dille________________6-4_________ 242________ R-Fr. FB_ ______ 48____Luke Shivers_ ______________6-0_________ 220__________So. TB_ ______ 18____Ryan Christian _ ___________ 5-11_ _______ 188__________ Sr. OR 24____Joseph Turner______________6-1_________ 225__________ Sr. 36____Chris Smith_______________ 5-11_ _______ 231__________ Sr. 34____Edward Wesley_____________5-9_________ 185________ R-Fr. 26____Jai Cavness_ _______________5-8_________ 175__________So. QB_______ 14____Andy Dalton_______________6-3_________ 215__________ Jr. 11____Marcus Jackson_____________6-1_________ 216__________ Sr. 12____Yogi Gallegos_ _____________6-1_________ 208________ R-Fr. 4____Casey Pachall_ _____________6-5_________ 204__________ Fr. WR (Z)____ 13____Antoine Hicks______________6-2_________ 200__________So. 2____Curtis Clay_________________6-1_________ 185__________ Jr. 81____Alonzo Adams_____________6-0_________ 190__________ Jr. WR (X)____ 88____Jimmy Young_ _____________6-1_________ 204__________ Jr. 83____Jonathan Jones_____________6-4_________ 197__________So. WR (H)____ 6____Bart Johnson_______________6-0_________ 195__________ Jr. 17____Tyler Luttrell_ ______________6-1_________ 210__________ Jr. 82____Josh Boyce_ ______________ 5-11_ _______ 195__________ Fr. WR (Y)____ 85____Jeremy Kerley_____________ 5-10_ _______ 192__________ Jr. 13____Antoine Hicks______________6-2_________ 200__________So. 82____Josh Boyce_ ______________ 5-11_ _______ 195__________ Fr.

TCU SPECIALISTS

Pos. No. Player Ht. Wt. Cl. PK_ ______ 37____Ross Evans_________________5-9_________ 185__________So. H_ _______ 85____Jeremy Kerley_____________ 5-10_ _______ 192__________ Jr. SSN_ _____ 54____Clint Gresham______________6-3_________ 225__________ Sr. KO_______ 37____Ross Evans_________________5-9_________ 185__________So. P_ _______ 47____Anson Kelton_ _____________6-4_________ 260__________So. LSN_ _____ 54____Clint Gresham______________6-3_________ 225__________ Sr. KR_ ______ 18____Ryan Christian_____________ 5-11_ _______ 188__________ Sr. PR_ ______ 85____Jeremy Kerley_____________ 5-10_ _______ 192__________ Jr.

INTRODUCTION

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

RE_ ______ 96____Wayne Daniels_ ____________6-2_________ 250__________ Jr. 52____Ross Forrest________________6-4_________ 246__________So. OR 99____Braylon Broughton__________6-6_________ 248__________So. SLB______ 41____Daryl Washington___________6-3_________ 234__________ Sr. 33____Kris Gardner_ ______________6-1_________ 235__________So. 40____Greg Burks_ _______________6-1_________ 210________ R-Fr. MLB______ 43____Tank Carder________________6-2_________ 232__________So. 35____Tanner Brock_______________6-3_________ 227__________ Fr. SS________ 25____Sir Demarco Bledsoe_ _______6-2_________ 195__________So. 28____Colin Jones________________6-0_________ 205__________ Jr. FS________ 3____Tejay Johnson______________6-1_________ 212__________ Jr. 9____Alex Ibiloye________________6-0_________ 183__________ Jr. 21____Johnny Fobbs______________6-1_________ 203__________So. 31____Chris Scott________________ 5-10_ _______ 185________ R-Fr. WS_______ 19____Corderra Hunter____________6-2_________ 220__________ Sr. 30____Tekerrein Cuba_____________6-4_________ 210__________So. CB_ ______ 20____Nick Sanders______________ 5-10_ _______ 174__________ Sr. 27____Jason Teague_ _____________6-2_________ 185__________ Jr. CB_ ______ 10____Rafael Priest_ _____________ 5-10_ _______ 181__________ Sr. 7____Greg McCoy_ _____________ 5-10_ _______ 181__________So.

CAREER STARTS BY TCU PLAYERS No. Player Starts 1.___Rafael Priest, CB_ ______________ 39 ___Nick Sanders, CB_______________ 39 3.___Marshall Newhouse, OT_________ 26 4.___Andy Dalton, QB_______________ 23 5.___Nic Richmond, OT______________ 15 6.___Jerry Hughes, DE _ __________ 14 7.___Kelly Griffin, NT________________ 13 8.___Tejay Johnson, S_______________ 12 ___Jimmy Young, WR______________ 12 10.___Marcus Cannon, OT_ ___________ 11 11.___Joseph Turner, TB________________9

No. Player Starts 12.___Evan Frosch, TE__________________8 13.___Bart Johnson, WR________________7 14.___Ryan Christian, TB________________4 ___Kyle Dooley, OG_________________4 16.___Marcus Jackson, S________________3 ___Jeremy Kerley, WR_ ______________3 18.___Antoine Hicks, WR_ ______________2 ___Daryl Washington, LB_____________2 20.___Curtis Clay, WR__________________1 ___Tekerrein Cuba, S________________1

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Name Pronunciation Braylon Broughton, DE___ BRAY-lunn BROT-tun Jai Cavness, TB_ ____________ Jay CAV-niss Tekerrein Cuba, WS__________ tuh-CARE-un Evan Frosch, TE__________________frau-sh Yogi Gallegos, QB__________ GUY-yay-gose Alex Ibiloye, CB___________ ee-BEE-loy-yeh

Name Pronunciation Tejay Johnson, S ____________________ T.J. Tyler Marrou, OL_______________muh-ROE Henry Niutei, DL_____________NEW-uh-tay Casey Pachall, QB_____________ paw-HALL Luke Shivers, FB _______________SHIV-urs

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2009 SEASON PREVIEW HORNED FROG OFFENSE

TCU returns a strong nucleus from an offensive unit that set single-season school records last year for points scored (437) and touchdowns (56). The Horned Frogs were second in the Mountain West Conference and 12th nationally in team rushing at 220.2 yards per game. It was TCU’s highest rushing average since LaDainian Tomlinson’s senior year in 2000. TCU was also second in the league and 24th in the country in total offense (421.3 yards). Andy Dalton will be in his third year as the starting quarterback. TCU welcomes back three starters on the offensive line, six of its top-seven rushers from a year ago and all but one wide receiver.

Andy Dalton

RYAN CHRISTIAN

QUARTERBACK

In 2008, West Virginia’s Pat White became the first starting quarterback in NCAA history to win four bowl games. After just two seasons, TCU’s Andy Dalton (6-3, 215, Jr.) is halfway there. In addition to leading the Frogs to victories in the 2007 Texas Bowl and 2008 Poinsettia Bowl, Dalton earned Most Valuable Player honors in both games. With the likes of Sam Baugh and Davey O’Brien, TCU has a proud quarterback tradition. In just two seasons, Dalton has already won 19 games as a starting quarterback and is rapidly climbing the statistical charts in the Frogs’ record book. He is already second in career completions (404) and third in passing yards (4,701). A native of Katy, Texas, Dalton showed tremendous progress in his sophomore campaign. He had just five interceptions in 307 pass attempts. In one five-game stretch, Dalton had a career-long streak of 108 passes without a pick. Dalton completed 59.3 percent of his attempts on the season for 2,242 yards and 11 touchdowns. He was also very effective running the ball, placing third on TCU with 432 yards, while his eight rushing touchdowns ranked second. After being moved to safety at the beginning of spring drills, Marcus Jackson (6-1, 216, Sr.) returned to quarterback the final two weeks and will again back up Dalton. Jackson is a proven veteran. Filling in for an injured Dalton, he led TCU to victories last season over San Diego State and Colorado State. Twice during his career, Jackson has been named the Mountain West Conference’s Offensive Player of the Week. The Houston native placed fifth on TCU last year with 384 yards rushing on a 5.5 per carry mark. Yogi Gallegos (6-1, 208, RFr.) enters the fall third on the depth chart. Like Dalton in 2006, Gallegos was the Frogs’ emergency No. 3 quarterback last season. He was able to maintain his redshirt while also picking up valuable experience as a member of the Frogs’ travel squad for all road games. As a senior at Irving (Texas) High School, Gallegos completed 60.5 percent of his passes for 2,401 yards and 15 touchdowns. Casey Pachall (6-5, 204, Fr.), a four-star recruit who enrolled at TCU in January, participated in spring practice and is projected to redshirt this fall. Rated by Rivals.com as the ninth-best dual-threat quarterback in the nation, Pachall turned down scholarship offers from the likes of Florida, Notre Dame and Michigan to come to TCU.

RUNNING BACK

Despite the loss of standout Aaron Brown to the National Football League, TCU returns a full stable of running backs in 2009. Ryan Christian (5-11, 188, Sr.), one of the more versatile Frogs, placed second on TCU with 30 receptions out of the backfield last season. He tied a career high with six catches for 53 yards in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State. The Aledo, Texas, native was the Frogs’ fourth-leading rusher with 386 yards and four touchdowns on a 4.2 per carry mark. He ran for a career-best 82 yards while adding four receptions in the 31-14 win versus Stanford. Christian, who also contributes on kickoff returns, was third on the Frogs in all-purpose yards (841). Joseph Turner (6-1, 225, Sr.), last year’s leading rusher with 577 yards and 11 touchdowns, was limited in the spring as he recovered from injury. Turner gives the Frogs a physical presence at tailback. His 17-yard touchdown run with 8:51 to play provided the go-ahead score in the Poinsettia Bowl. It was part of his season-high 83 yards that night. Turner is a proven commodity for TCU. As a sophomore in 2007, he had a 226-yard, four TD performance in a win at San Diego State. Veteran Chris Smith (5-11, 231, Sr.) and Jai Cavness (5-8, 175, So.) add valuable depth. Smith is a three-year letterman, while Cavness was impressive in several late-game performances a year ago. Cavness topped the 50-yard mark twice as he placed seventh on TCU with 134 yards on the season, including a pair of scoring runs. Ed Wesley (5-9, 185, RFr.), coming off a very impressive spring practice, will compete for playing time. The local product from Irving was named TCU’s 2008 Scout Team Offensive Most Valuable Player. Luke Shivers (6-0, 220, So.) will handle the fullback duties in addition to working with the tight ends. Shivers, a converted linebacker, had two carries last season with both resulting in 3-yard touchdown runs.

MARCUS CANNON

JIMMY YOUNG

WIDE RECEIVER

TCU returns all but one wide receiver from last year’s group and still has no seniors at the position. Jimmy Young (6-1, 204, Jr.), who fell just 12 yards short of a 1,000-yard season in 2008, headlines the list of returnees. A junior from Monroe, La., Young topped TCU and ranked among the Mountain West Conference leaders with 59 receptions for 988 yards. The 59 grabs nearly doubled the next-closest Frog (Ryan Christian, 30) and were the fourth-best single-season total in TCU history. The 988 yards ranked second all-time at TCU. Young’s breakout campaign was highlighted in a 54-7 win over Wyoming. He had three touchdown receptions (60, 55 and 39 yards) and totaled 226 yards receiving, the top mark in the MWC and the sixth-best total nationally in 2008. Young’s longest reception in the game – 65 yards – was actually not for a score. Young recorded four 100-yard games on the season. Bart Johnson (6-0, 195, Jr.) made five starts last season and provides the Frogs with a sure-handed receiver. He placed fifth on TCU with 15 receptions, averaging 13.7 yards per catch. Jeremy Kerley (5-10, 192, Jr.) and Antoine Hicks (6-2, 200, So.) both have big-play capability and bring excitement to the Frogs’ offense. Kerley, who had 11 receptions on the year, was instrumental in the 32-7 win over BYU. Out of the “Wild Frog” formation, he rushed for a careerhigh 77 yards on nine carries, including a 16-yard touchdown. He was the Frogs’ sixth-leading rusher for the season with 143 yards. Kerley was also the Mountain West Conference’s first-team return specialist, ranking 13th nationally in punt returns with a 13.9-yard average. Hicks was one of three true freshmen to see action for TCU in 2008. He came on strong at the close of the season, as five of his seven receptions on the year were in the final four games. Curtis Clay (6-1, 185, Jr.) and Alonzo Adams (6-0, 190, Jr.) both saw action in all 13 contests last year and add valuable depth. Clay totaled a career-best nine receptions. Jonathan Jones (6-4, 197, So.) and Tyler Luttrell (6-1, 210, Jr.) are other returning lettermen who will compete for playing time. Josh Boyce (5-11, 195, Fr.) is a newcomer who took part in spring practice after graduating early from Copperas Cove (Texas) High School. He totaled 42 receptions for 837 yards as a senior.

MARSHALL NEWHOUSE

EVAN FROSCH

TIGHT END

Like the wide receivers, the tight end position does not have a senior on the depth chart but still has key players returning with valuable game experience. Evan Frosch (6-4, 260, Jr.) enters the fall in a first-team role. He started five games in 2008 and is a two-year letterman. Frosch reached the end zone twice on his 10 receptions last season. All 15 of his career catches have come in TCU victories. Logan Brock (6-3, 253, So.) lettered in his first season of competition for the Frogs and is the older brother of freshman linebacker Tanner Brock. Corey Fuller (6-5, 245, RFr.) and Walker Dille (6-4, 242, RFr.) both redshirted last year and figure prominently in the mix for playing time this fall. In addition to his role at fullback, Luke Shivers (6-0, 220, So.) will also see action at tight end.

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OFFENSIVE LINE

Keyed by returning All-Mountain West Conference tackles Marshall Newhouse (6-4, 320, Sr.) and Marcus Cannon (6-5, 350, Jr.), TCU returns three starters on its offensive line. Newhouse has started every game at left tackle the last two seasons. He is a cousin of former NFL fullback Robert Newhouse. Cannon, the largest member of the Frogs, made 11 starts a year ago and was dominant at right tackle in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State. Nic Richmond (6-8, 322, Sr.), who started all 13 games at right tackle in 2007, provides veteran insurance on the line. When Cannon was sidelined for two games last season, Richmond stepped in and played well in victories over BYU and UNLV. Jeff Olson (6-4, 282, So.) and Trevius Jones (6-3, 310, RFr.) add depth at tackle. Olson has been in the program for two years, while Jones was a redshirt in his first season on campus. Left guard Kyle Dooley (6-3, 315, So.), who came to TCU as a walkon, cracked the starting lineup last season and made four starts before a season-ending injury. Josh Vernon (6-2, 295, Jr.) enters the fall first on the depth chart at right guard. He was locked in a preseason duel a year ago for a starting job on the left side. Blaize Foltz (6-4, 310, RFr.) and Zach Roth (6-5, 310, Jr.) are both in second-team positions at guard after redshirting last season. Roth came to TCU after playing two years at Garden City (Kan.) Community College. Jake Kirkpatrick (6-3, 305, Jr.) is slated to replace three-time All-MWC center Blake Schlueter. Kirkpatrick has lettered twice in a reserve role. James Fry (6-4, 285, RFr.) is No. 2 at center and will push Kirkpatrick for playing time. Spencer Thompson (6-4, 305, So.) and Tyler Marrou (6-5, 268, Sr.) provide depth.


2009 SEASON PREVIEW HORNED FROG DEFENSE

Led by 2008 consensus All-American Jerry Hughes, TCU returns five starters and several key reserves from last year’s top-ranked defense in the nation. The Frogs allowed just 217.8 yards per game to pace the country for the nation-leading third time in the last nine campaigns. The Frogs were also tops in the country last season in run defense (47.1 yards) while placing second in scoring defense (11.3 points) and fourth in pass efficiency defense (97.9). Hughes, who led the nation with 15 sacks and six forced fumbles, will be supported by returning All-MWC corners Rafael Priest and Nick Sanders as well as standout linebacker Daryl Washington and safety Tejay Johnson.

JERRY HUGHES

DARYL WASHINGTON

DEFENSIVE LINE

Defensive end Jerry Hughes (6-3, 257, Sr.) was a consensus AllAmerican last season and a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Ted Hendricks Award. A senior from Sugar Land, Texas, Hughes was a tailback and kick returner in high school. He started just one game his first two seasons at TCU before exploding on the scene last fall. Hughes led the nation with 15 sacks and six forced fumbles. He also ranked in the top 10 in tackles for loss (19.5) and fumble recoveries (three). Hughes added two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown. In the Frogs’ 32-7 win over BYU, Hughes recorded four sacks and forced two fumbles to receive multiple National Defensive Player of the Week honors. His final sack of the season came in the waning minutes of the Poinsettia Bowl to help preserve the 17-16 win over Boise State. Wayne Daniels (6-2, 250, Jr.) enters the fall as the starter at right defensive end. The Kilgore, Texas, native totaled 11 tackles last season with a sack and fumble recovery. Pushing Daniels will be Ross Forrest (6-4, 246, So.) and Braylon Broughton (6-6, 248, So.). Forrest came to TCU as a walk-on. His impressive preseason camp enabled him to play in 11 games as a true freshman. Broughton was the 2008 Preseason Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year. Veteran Clarence Leatch (6-4, 245, Jr.) adds depth at defensive end and will vie for playing time. Kelly Griffin (6-1, 295, Jr.) came out of the spring as the starter at nose tackle. In 2007, he became the only true freshman to start in the eight-year tenure of TCU coach Gary Patterson. Griffin started all 13 games for the Frogs that campaign. Pushing Griffin will be fellow junior Henry Niutei (6-4, 300, Jr.), TCU’s 2008 Scout Team Defensive Most Valuable Player. Cory Grant (6-2, 303, Jr.) enters the fall No. 1 on the depth chart at defensive tackle. Grant has three tackles for loss, including two sacks, in his career. Jeremy Coleman (6-2, 285, RFr.) is a very promising young player who will compete for playing time. He was a redshirt in his first fall on campus.

LINEBACKER

Lost in the shadows of graduated All-MWC selections Jason Phillips and Robert Henson, Daryl Washington (6-3, 234, Sr.) will contend for postseason honors this fall. Arguably the top all-around athlete on the team, Washington placed fourth on TCU last season with 63 tackles. The Irving, Texas, native was outstanding in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State, recording six tackles, including one for loss, and three pass breakups. He was the MWC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in a win at Colorado State. In 2007, Washington tied for the national lead with three punt blocks. Converted tight end Kris Gardner (6-1, 235, So.) and Greg Burks (6-1, 210, RFr.) will compete for playing time behind Washington. Gardner saw most of his 2008 action on special teams, while Burks was a redshirt. Tank Carder (6-2, 232, So.) is in a first-team position at middle linebacker. With Phillips sidelined by injury against Stephen F. Austin last season, Carder was able to gain valuable game experience. He lettered in a reserve role while also contributing on special teams. After a stellar career at Copperas Cove (Texas) High School that saw him total 693 tackles as a three-time first-team all-state selection, Tanner Brock (6-3, 227, Fr.) enrolled early at TCU and took part in spring practice. He will push Carder at the middle linebacker spot.

TEJAY JOHNSON

SAFETY

The TCU safety position will have a new look this fall as Tejay Johnson (6-1, 212, Jr.) is the lone returning starter, and he’ll be utilized in a different role. Johnson, who placed sixth on the Frogs with 47 tackles last season, will shift from weak safety to free safety. He closed last year with six solo stops in the Poinsettia Bowl win over Boise State. Alex Ibiloye (6-0, 183, Jr.), a two-year letterman who has excelled on special teams, was moved from cornerback to free safety during spring drills and is No. 2 on the depth chart behind Johnson. Johnny Fobbs (6-1, 203, So.) and Chris Scott (5-10, 185, RFr.) provide depth at the position. Fobbs played in eight games last season and made his collegiate debut with two tackles in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico. Scott, from Baton Rouge, La., was a redshirt in his first season on campus. Sir Demarco Bledsoe (6-2, 195, So.) and Corderra Hunter (6-2, 220, Sr.) enter the fall in first-team positions on the depth chart at strong safety and weak safety, respectively. Bledsoe had a key sack in the final two minutes at Colorado State to help preserve the Frogs’ 13-7 win. Hunter is a three-year letterman who has primarily contributed on special teams. He totaled a season-best three tackles in the 31-14 victory over Stanford. Colin Jones (6-0, 205, Jr.), a standout running back during his days at Bridgeport (Texas) High School, will add depth at strong safety. Jones had a sack in last year’s 26-3 win at New Mexico. Tekerrein Cuba (6-4, 210, So.) will push Hunter for playing time at weak safety. Cuba made his collegiate debut with a starting assignment in last year’s win at New Mexico. He totaled four tackles, including one for loss, against the Lobos. Cuba will look to battle back from an injury suffered in the final practice before the Frogs departed for San Diego and the Poinsettia Bowl.

ANSON KELTON

RAFAEL PRIEST

NICK SANDERS

CORNERBACK

INTRODUCTION

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

In 2006, Rafael Priest (5-10, 181, Sr.) and Nick Sanders (5-10, 174, Sr.) were redshirt freshmen and the biggest question marks on the TCU defense. Having started every game the last three seasons, Priest and Sanders are now cornerstones of the Frogs’ secondary and All-MWC selections. Priest was ranked by CollegeFootballNews.com as one of the top 20 cornerbacks in the nation. He totaled 10 pass breakups last year and has 29 over the past three seasons to go with four interceptions. Sanders had two picks in TCU’s 32-7 win over BYU as well as two sacks in a 13-7 victory at Colorado State. His team-best 12 pass breakups enabled him to finish second in the MWC with an average of 1.1 passes defended per game. Greg McCoy (5-10, 181, So.) is the fastest member of the Frogs with a 4.32 time in the 40. His first career interception came in the 54-7 win over Wyoming. McCoy lettered in a reserve role. After being sidelined by injury during preseason camp, Jason Teague (6-2, 185, Jr.) was able to get on the field during the second half of the campaign. Originally an LSU signee, he could have an increased role this fall.

ROSS EVANS

SPECIAL TEAMS

Special teams have always been a strength for TCU. In 2008, Jeremy Kerley (5-10, 192, Jr.) gave the Frogs their fourth consecutive first-team All-Mountain West Conference return specialist, covering every year TCU has been in the league. Kerley ranked 13th nationally in punt returns with a 13.9-yard average. A former prep quarterback, Kerley also serves as the holder on field goals and PATs. Ryan Christian (5-11, 188, Sr.) will enter the fall as the primary kickoff returner. He averaged 22.3 yards on six attempts last season with a long of 41. After placing 55.6 percent (30-of-54) of his punts inside the opponent 20 with just seven touchbacks, Anson Kelton (6-4, 260, So.) earned All-Mountain West Conference honors in his first season of competition. Kelton was the MWC Special Teams Player of the Week in a 13-7 win at Colorado State. Four of his seven punts were downed inside the Ram 13-yard line, including two inside the 3. Kelton averaged 41.3 yards per attempt on the season. Preseason All-American Ross Evans (5-9, 185, So.) was the lone freshman last year to be a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top placekicker. He was 16-of-20 on field goals, including a seasonlong 50-yard effort at New Mexico on his first collegiate attempt. Evans also had 49 PATs, one shy of a TCU single-season record. Evans will also handle the Frogs’ kickoff duties. Clint Gresham (6-3, 225, Sr.) returns as the short and long snapper. After arriving at TCU as a walk-on transfer from Oklahoma, he has since been placed on scholarship. Gresham is one of the more unsung players at TCU and has been singled out by Frog head coach Gary Patterson for his excellent snaps.

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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL INTRODUCTION

2009 OPPONENT INFORMATION VIRGINIA

TEXAS STATE

Sept. 12 — Scott Stadium Charlottesville, Va. — 2:30 p.m. Quick Facts

Location: Charlottesville, Va. Founded: 1819 Enrollment: 20,399 Nickname: Cavaliers Colors: Orange and Blue Conference: Atlantic Coast President: John T. Casteen, III Athletics Director: Craig Littlepage Stadium: Scott Stadium Capacity: 61,500

Media Information

Media Contact: Michael Colley Office Phone: (434) 982-5533 Fax: (434) 982-5525 E-Mail: mediamike@virginia.edu Media Relations Director: Jim Daves Office Phone: (434) 243-2467 E-Mail: jimdaves@virginia.edu Press Box Phone: (434) 296-5910/2453 Web Site: virginiasports.com

Team Information

Head Coach: Al Groh Alma Mater: Virginia, ‘67 Record at School: 56-44 (9th year) Overall Record: 82-84 (15th year) vs. TCU: First Meeting 2007 Record: 5-7 (3-5) Bowl Result: None Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 36/17 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 12 (5/6/1) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 12 (6/5/1)

Series Information

Series Record: Virginia leads, 1-0 Last Meeting: 12/28/94, Independence Bowl Shreveport, La. Score: UVA 20, TCU 10

Quick Facts

Location: San Marcos, Texas Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 29,125 Nickname: Bobcats Colors: Maroon and Old Gold Conference: Southland President: Dr. Denise Trauth Athletics Director: Larry Teis Stadium: Bobcat Stadium Capacity: 15,218

Media Information

Media Contact: Rick Poulter Office Phone: (512) 245- 2966 Fax: (512) 245-2967 E-Mail: rpoulter@txstate.edu Secondary Contact: Amber Arterberry Office Phone: (512) 245-4692 E-Mail: aa32@txstate.edu Press Box Phone: (512) 245-7765 Web Site: txstatebobcats.com

AIR FORCE

Quick Facts

Media Information

Media Contact: Troy Garnhart Office Phone: (719) 333-2313 Fax: (719) 333-3798 E-Mail: troy.garnhart@usafa.edu Secondary Contact: Dave Toller Office Phone: (719) 333-3478 E-Mail: dave.toller@usafa.edu Press Box Phone: (719) 333-1100 Web Site: goairforcefalcons.com

Team Information

Head Coach: Troy Calhoun Alma Mater: Air Force, ‘89 Record at School: 17-9 (2 years) Overall Record: 17-9 (2 years) vs. TCU: 1-1 2008 Record: 8-5 (5-3) Bowl Result: Armed Forces Bowl vs. Houston- L, 34-28 Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/21 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 13 (6/7/0) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 11 (5/5/1)

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 5-2-1 Last Meeting: 11/22/08, Fort Worth, Texas Score: TCU 44, AFA 10

Media Information

Media Contact: Mike May Office Phone: (619) 594-5547 Fax: (619) 582-6541 E-Mail: mmay@mail.sdsu.edu Secondary Contact: Peggy Curtin Office Phone: (619) 594-5547 E-Mail: mcurtin@mail.sdsu.edu Press Box Phone: (619) 281-0405 Web Site: goaztecs.com

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Team Information

Head Coach: Brady Hoke Alma Mater: Ball State, ‘82 Record at School: 1st year Overall Record: 34-38 (7th year) vs. TCU: 0-0 2008 Record: 2-10 (1-7) Bowl Result: None Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 41/19 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 17 (8/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 8 (3/5/0)

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 4-0 Last Meeting: 10/4/08, Fort Worth, Texas Score: TCU 41, SDSU 7

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Series Information

Series Record: First Meeting

Quick Facts

Location: Clemson, SC. Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 17,585 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Burnt Orange and Northwest Purple Conference: Atlantic Coast President: James F. Barker Athletics Director: Dr. Terrrry Don Phillips Stadium: Clemson Memorial Capacity: 80,301

Media Information

Media Contact: Tim Bourett Office Phone: (864) 656-1926 Fax: (864) 656-0299 E-Mail: btimoth@clemson.edu Secondary Contact: Brian Hennessy Office Phone: (864) 656-1921 E-Mail: bhennes@clemson.edu Press Box Phone: (864) 654-3326 Web Site: clemsontigers.com

COLORADO STATE

Quick Facts

Location: Fort Collins, Colo. Founded: 1870 Enrollment: 24,983 Nickname: Rams Colors: Forest Green and Gold Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Larry E. Penley Athletics Director: Paul Kowalczyk Stadium: Hughes Capacity: 34,400

Media Information

Media Contact: Zak Gilbert Office Phone: (970) 491-5067 Fax: (970) 491-1348 E-Mail: zak.gilbert@colostate.edu Secondary Contact: Danny Mattie Office Phone: (970) 491-5050 E-Mail: djmattie@colostate.edu Press Box Phone: (970) 491-8100/8111 Web Site: csurams.com

SAN DIEGO STATE

Quick Facts

Team Information

Head Coach: Brad Wright Alma Mater: Texas State, ‘81 Record at School: 12-12 (3rd year) Overall Record: 12-12 (3rd year) vs. TCU: First Meeting 2008 Record: 8-5 (6-2) Bowl Result: N/A Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/20 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 8/6/1 Starters Lost (O/D/S): 4/6/1

Team Information

Head Coach: Steve Fairchild Alma Mater: CSU, ‘81 Record at School: 7-6 (2nd year) Overall Record: 7-6 (2nd year) vs. TCU: 0-1 2008 Record: 7-6 (4-4) Bowl Result: New Mexico Bowl vs. Fresno State W, 40-35 Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/21 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 14 (7/5/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 13 (4/7/2)

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 5-1 Last Meeting: 10/11/08, Fort Collins, Colo. Score: TCU 13, CSU 7

Media Information

Media Contact: Liz Abel Office Phone: (801) 581-3511 Fax: (801) 581-4358 E-Mail: label@huntsman.utah.edu Secondary Contact: Brooke Frederickson Office Phone: (801) 581-8302 E-Mail: brooke.frederickson@ huntsman.utah.edu Press Box Phone: (801) 581-8210/585-6934 Web Site: utahutes.com

Team Information

Head Coach: Kyle Whittingham Alma Mater: BYU, ‘84 Record at School: 37-14 (5th year) Overall Record: 37-14 (5th year) vs. TCU: 3-1 2008 Record: 13-0 (8-0) Bowl Result: Allstate Sugar Bowl vs. Alabama W, 31-15 Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): 2/4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 53/23 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 13 (4/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 12 (7/4/1)

Series Information

Series Record: Utah leads, 5-1 Last Meeting: 11/6/08, Salt Lake City, Utah Score: Utah 13, TCU 10

Series Information

Series Record: Clemson leads, 2-1 Last Meeting: 10/23/65, Clemson, SC. Score: Clemson 3, TCU 0

Quick Facts

Location: Dallas, Texas Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 10,981 Nickname: Mustangs Colors: Red and Blue Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. R. Gerald Turner Athletics Director: Steve Orsini Stadium: Gerald J. Ford Capacity: 32,000

Media Information

Media Contact: Brad Sutton Office Phone: (214) 768-1651 Fax: (214) 768-2044 E-Mail: bsutton@mail.smu.edu Secondary Contact: Herman Hudson Office Phone: (214) 768-1304 E-Mail: hermanh@mail.smu.edu Press Box Phone: (214) 768-7730 Web Site: smumustangs.com

BYU

Quick Facts

Location: Provo, Utah Founded: 1875 Enrollment: 33,278 Nickname: Cougars Colors: Dark Blue and White Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Cecil O. Samuelson Athletics Director: Tom Holmoe Stadium: LaVell Edwards Capacity: 64,045

Media Information

Media Contact: Brett Pyne Office Phone: (801) 422-4912 Fax: (801) 422-0633 E-Mail: brett_pyne@byu.edu Secondary Contact: Carey Hoki Office Phone: (801) 422-8999 E-Mail: mvolleyball_sid@byu.edu Press Box Phone: (801) 422-4638 Web Site: byucougars.com

UTAH

Quick Facts

Team Information

Head Coach: Dabo Swinney Alma Mater: Alabama, ‘93 Record at School: 4-3 (1st year) Overall Record: 4-3 (1st year) vs. TCU: First Meeting 2008 Record: 7-6 (4-4) Bowl Result: Gator Bowl vs. Nebraska- L, 26-21 Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 53/25 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 (7/8/0) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 11 (5/4/2)

Oct. 3 — Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas — 7 p.m.

Team Information

Head Coach: Bronco Mendenhall Alma Mater: Oregon State, ‘88 Record at School: 38-13 (4 years) Overall Record: 38-13 (4 years) vs. TCU: 2-2 2007 Record: 10-3 (6-2) Bowl Result: Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl vs. Arizona L, 31-21 Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): 25/21 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/27 Starters Returning (O/D): 13 (4/7/2) Starters Lost (O/D): 14 (7/4/3)

Series Information

Series Record: BYU leads, 5-3 Last Meeting: 10/16/08, Fort Worth, Texas Score: TCU 32, BYU 7

Quick Facts

Location: Las Vegas, Nev. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 28,000 Nickname: Rebels Colors: Scarlet and Gray Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. David B. Ashley Athletics Director: Mike Hamrick Stadium: Sam Boyd Capacity: 36,800

Media Information

Media Contact: Mark Wallington Office Phone: (702) 895-4472 Fax: (702) 895-0989 E-Mail: mark.wallington@unlv.edu Secondary Contact: Bryan Haines Office Phone: (702) 895-3764 E-Mail: bryan.haines@unlv.edu Press Box Phone: (702) 895-1248 Web Site: unlvrebels.com

Media Information

Media Contact: Tim Harkins Office Phone: (307) 766-2256 Fax: (307) 766-2346 E-Mail: tharkins@uwyo.edu Secondary Contact: John Paradis Office Phone: (307) 766-2256 E-Mail: jp12@uwyo.edu Press Box Phone: (307) 766-2222 Web Site: wyomingathletics.com

Team Information

Head Coach: Dave Christensen Alma Mater: Western Washington, ‘85 Record at School: 1st year Overall Record: 1st year vs. TCU: 0-0 2008 Record: 4-8 (1-7) Bowl Result: None Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/19 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 17 (7/8/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 7 (4/3/0)

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 3-2 Last Meeting: 10/25/08, Fort Worth, Texas Score: TCU 54, Wyoming 7

Team Information

Head Coach: Mike Sanford Alma Mater: USC, ‘78 Record at School: 11-36 (5th year) Overall Record: 11-36 (5th year) vs. TCU: 0-4 2008 Record: 5-7 (2-6) Bowl Result: None Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/22 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 15 (6/8/1) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 9 (5/3/1)

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 6-1 Last Meeting: 11/1/08, Las Vegas, Nev. Score: TCU 44, UNLV 14

NEW MEXICO

WYOMING

Quick Facts

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 42-39-7 Last Meeting: 9/20/08, Dallas, Texas Score: TCU 48, SMU 7

Oct. 31 — Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas — 3 p.m.

Nov. 28 — Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas— Noon

Nov. 21 — War Memorial Stadium Laramie, Wyo. — 1 p.m. Location: Laramie, Wyo. Founded: 1886 Enrollment: 13,207 Nickname: Cowboys Colors: Brown and Gold Conference: Mountain West President: Dr. Tom Buchanan Athletics Director: Tom Burman Stadium: War Memorial Capacity: 30,514

Team Information

Head Coach: June Jones Alma Mater: N.Y. State Regents College Record at School: 1-11 (2nd year) Overall Record: 77-52 (10th year) vs. TCU: 0-3 2008 Record: 1-11 (0-8) Bowl Result: None Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 51/22 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 16 (8/8/0) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 7 (3/3/1)

UNLV

Oct. 24 — LaVell Edwards Stadium Provo, Utah — 6:30 p.m.

Nov. 14 — Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas — 6:30 p.m. Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Founded: 1850 Enrollment: 29,251 Nickname: Utes Colors: Crimson and White Conference: Mountain West President: Michael K. Young Athletics Director: Dr. Chris Hill Stadium: Rice-Eccles Capacity: 45,017

SMU

Sept. 26 — Clemson Memorial Stadium Clemson, S.C. — TBA

Oct. 17 — Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas — 3 p.m.

Nov. 7 — Qualcomm Stadium San Diego, Calif. — 3 p.m. Location: San Diego, Calif. Founded: 1897 Enrollment: 35,887 Nickname: Aztecs Colors: Scarlet and Black Conference: Mountain West President: Stephen L. Weber Athletics Director: Jeff Schemmel Stadium: Qualcomm Stadium Capacity: 54,000

CLEMSON

Sept. 19 — Amon G. Carter Stadium Fort Worth, Texas — 6 p.m.

Oct. 10 — Falcon Stadium USAFA, Colo. — 6:30 p.m. Location: USAFA, Colo. Founded: 1954 Enrollment: 4,400 Nickname: Falcons Colors: Blue and Silver Conference: Mountain West Superintendent: Lt. Gen. Michael Gould Athletics Director: Dr. Hans Mueh Stadium: Falcon Capacity: 46,692

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Quick Facts

Location: Albuquerque, N.M. Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 25,767 Nickname: Lobos Colors: Cherry and Silver Conference: Mountain West President: David J. Schmidly Athletics Director: Paul Krebs Stadium: University Capacity: 38,723

Media Information

Media Contact: Greg Remington Office Phone: (505) 925-5520 Fax: (505) 925-5529 E-Mail: gregrem@unm.edu Secondary Contact: Alfredo Moreno Office Phone: (505) 925-5524 E-Mail: avmoreno@unm.edu Press Box Phone: (505) 925-5573 Web Site: golobos.com

Team Information

Head Coach: Mike Locksley Alma Mater: Towson, ‘92 Record at School: 1st year Overall Record: 1st year vs. TCU: 0-0 2008 Record: 4-8 (2-6) Bowl Result: None Final Ranks (AP/Coaches): NR/NR Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/23 Starters Returning (O/D/S): 13 (8/3/2) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 13 (5/8/0)

Series Information

Series Record: TCU leads, 7-3 Last Meeting: 8/30/08, Albuquerque, N.M. Score: TCU 26, UNM 3


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W E LC O M E TO TC U Welcome to TCU, home of a program that not only produces champions on the field, but also off it. The Horned Frogs own one of the proudest heritages in all of college football, and that winning tradition produced by past generations of some of the game’s all-time greats has carried over to today. Advances have been occurring within the program at a rapid rate recently with the opening of newer and better facilities, and the victories continue to pile up. But a championship history is not the lone factor our student-athletes cite for choosing TCU. The Texas Christian University campus, one that continues to commit itself to staying at the forefront of national universities, is a caring, friendly community that possesses the strengths and choices of a major university, tempered by the humanity of a smaller college. TCU also is located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and choices for leisure and entertainment abound. So, you’re interested in learning more? Flip ahead to see just what places TCU in a class by itself.

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a motto as a staff: ‘Take young men where they cannot take themselves.’ I think TCU

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allows us to do that.” —Head Coach Gary Patterson on why recruits choose TCU “I chose to attend TCU because of Coach Patterson’s aggressive style of play. Under his system, he teaches you to be like a coach on the field. He pushes you to the limit, and it paid off for me in becoming a fourth-round draft pick. He also does a great job of

preparing you for life after football. He teaches you to do the right things and to have a game plan and strategy beyond two or three years down the road.” —Former Frog and current Cincinnati Bengals safety Marvin White “I came to TCU because the coaches here saw something in me that no other coaches saw. They moved me to linebacker, which worked out pretty well. We won a lot of

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A R I C H H I S T O RY Long before Gary Patterson’s TCU squads were stringing together double-digit win seasons and bowl victories, the Horned Frogs were piling up wins as a major force in the old Southwest Conference. TCU’s most successful decade, the 1930s, saw the program collect a pair of national championships and more wins (84) under Hall of Fame head coach Dutch Meyer (below left) than any other program in the nation. TCU is the place where college football legends Davey O’Brien (above) and Slingin’ Sammy Baugh helped to redefine the quarterback position for the modern era, where Jim Swink (below right) ran wild on opposing defenses in 1955 and Bob Lilly began his Pro Football Hall of Fame journey. That same high standard has re-emerged for Frog football, as evidenced by college football’s 10th-best winning percentage since 2000 (.748), in addition to churning out active NFL stars such as LaDainian Tomlinson and Aaron Schobel.

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TCU FOOTBALL YESTERDAY...

Left: Sam Baugh, two-time All-American, Pro Football Hall of Famer Above: Darrell Lester, TCU’s first two-time All-American Below: Bob Lilly, All-American, Pro Football Hall of Famer

...TCU FOOTBALL TODAY Above: Marvin White, two-time All-MWC safety, current Cincinnati Bengal Right: LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 Doak Walker Award Winner; 2006 NFL MVP Below: Jason Phillips, four-time All-MWC linebacker, current Baltimore Raven

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C HAM PI O N S H I P G OALS Since 2000, TCU owns the 10th-best record among teams in the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) at 83-28 (.748). The Horned Frogs have closed the year with a top-25 ranking and at least 10 wins six times in the last nine seasons. Overall, TCU has made it to 10 bowl games in the last 11 years, and the program is currently one of only seven teams with a bowl winning streak of at least four games. The squad also has won four conference titles in the last decade while making a name for itself against some of the nation’s top programs. In the Gary Patterson era alone, the Frogs have taken down six ranked opponents in addition to posting 11 victories against BCS conference opponents—Arizona, Baylor (twice), Iowa State, Northwestern (twice), Oklahoma, Stanford (twice), Texas Tech and Vanderbilt.

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AMONG THE NATION’S BEST TOP NCAA FBS (I-A) RECORDS—SINCE 2005

o.________ Team_ ___________________ N 1.________ USC______________________ 2.________ Texas_ ___________________ 3.________ Boise State________________ 4.________ Ohio State_ _______________ 5.________ Florida_ __________________ 6.________ West Virginia_ _____________ 7.________ TCU_ ____________________ 8.________ LSU______________________ Oklahoma_ _______________ 10.________ Penn State________________

Record_ ____________ 46-6________________ 45-7________________ 44-8________________ 43-8________________ 43-9________________ 42-9________________ 41-10_______________ 42-11_______________ 42-11_______________ 40-11_______________

TOP NCAA FBS (I-A) RECORDS—SINCE 2000

o.________ Team_ ___________________ N 1.________ Boise State________________ 2.________ Texas_ ___________________ 3.________ Oklahoma_ _______________ 4.________ USC______________________ 5.________ Ohio State_ _______________ 6.________ Georgia_ _________________ 7.________ LSU______________________ 8.________ Virginia Tech_ _____________ 9.________ Florida_ __________________ 10.________ TCU_ ____________________

Record_ ____________ 98-17_______________ 97-18_______________ 102-19______________ 93-22_______________ 91-23_______________ 90-26_______________ 90-27_______________ 89-29_______________ 87-29_______________ 83-28_______________

Pct. .885 .865 .846 .843 .827 .823 .804 .792 .792 .784 Pct. .852 .843 .843 .809 .798 .776 .769 .754 .750 .748

Championships pictured (left column, top to bottom): 2002 Liberty Bowl, 2005 Houston Bowl, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl, 2007 Texas Bowl. Above: 2008 Poinsettia Bowl. Below: 2005 Mountain West Conference champions.

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GAM E DAY AT TC U There is no better place to be on a fall Saturday in Fort Worth than Amon G. Carter Stadium, where the Horned Frogs play in front of one of the most passionate groups of fans in all of college football. The sound of the band ... the cheers of the student section ... the 21-2 home record over the past four seasons ... each contributes to one of the best football atmospheres around. Adding to the electricity of the TCU game day experience is the fact that more often than not, the Frogs are popping the pads at night. Half of the upcoming season’s six home games have been scheduled to be played under the lights at Amon Carter, and almost certainly in front of a raucous home crowd.

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Above Left: TCU’s student section supports their Frogs. Top: The TCU Showgirls dance crew revs up the crowd. Below Left: Young fans prepare to run onto the field as part of TCU’s Bleacher Creatures pre-game activities. Below: The TCU marching band hits the field for its halftime performance.

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HORNED FROG TRADITION Tradition runs deep at TCU, and it all begins with the Horned Frog. Some say the frog was chosen as the school’s mascot because the football practice field was overrun with the small, spiny lizards. Others say its feisty attitude simply matched the tough frontier spirit shown by TCU itself. Other school traditions include TCU’s school colors, purple and white. The former represents royalty, the latter a clean game. Swaying while singing the alma mater is a must. So is learning how to do the Horned Frog hand sign. (Make a peace sign. Now fold those two fingers.) And new students may not have any idea what Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo means now, but they’ll soon discover that it’s one of the oldest cheers in the country. We also blow the 120-decibel Frog Horn—a real live train horn—after every football score.

WHAT THE HECK IS A HORNED FROG? 1. The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” 2. Their primary diet is red harvester ants; they eat 80 to 100 a day. 3. The typical horned frog is three to five inches long. 4. Horned frogs are cold-blooded and have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoologists believe is part of their system of thermoregulation. 5. When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four-foot stream of blood from their eyes. 6. The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas in 1992.

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TCU TRADITIONS GOAL SETTING: Prior to every season, a new pyramid of goals dons a wall in the Four Sevens Team Room. Once a player or coach commits to the goals, he signs the pyramid. Frog Alley: Carnival-type atmosphere for fans prior to kickoff; extremely family-friendly and adds a lot of excitement to the game-day atmosphere. Bleacher Creatures: Kids get the opportunity to run on the field as the Horned Frogs exit the tunnel. ALMA MATER: After every game – home or away – the football team joins its fans to sing the alma mater and fight song. ONE LAST GOODBYE: After their last regular-season practice, the seniors are carried off the field by the underclassmen. HONORS: With seniors decked out in their tuxedos, the team gets together each year for its celebrated banquet; all seniors receive their framed jerseys to recognize their careers at TCU. In the past, players have also received their bowl/championship rings at this annual event.

HOME OF THE IRON SKILLET The Iron Skillet is awarded annually to the winner between TCU’s matchup with Metroplex rival SMU. During the post-World War II college football boom, the student bodies from both schools introduced the traveling trophy. The tradition eventually died before being revived in 1993. The Frogs have held the trophy for all but one year since 1999, as the Mustangs broke a sixgame losing streak to the Frogs in 2005. TCU kept the Skillet in Fort Worth for the second straight year with a 48-7 victory last season in Dallas.

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FIGHT SONG CHANT

FIGHT SONG

Hail all hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight

We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU

RIFF, RAM, BAH ZOO Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo Lickety, Lickety, Zoo, Zoo Who, Wah, Wah, Who Give ‘em hell, TCU

Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!

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BOWL SEASON REGULARS No bowl season is complete without an appearance by TCU, at least that’s what Horned Frog fans have come to expect during Gary Patterson’s eight years as head coach. The program has advanced to 10 bowl games in the last 11 years overall and, beginning with a 28-19 Sun Bowl win over USC in 1998, claimed seven victories. The latest win, last season’s 17-16 victory over ninth-ranked and previously unbeaten Boise State in the Poinsettia Bowl at the San Diego Chargers’ Qualcomm Stadium, marked TCU’s fourth straight bowl win. The current fourgame bowl winning streak marks the longest such winning streak in school history.

THE BOWL EXPERIENCE The TCU football team enjoyed six days in San Diego leading up to its Dec. 23 battle with Boise State in the 2008 Poinsettia Bowl. Prior to their victory, the Frog players and coaches took part in several activities, including a team-wide go kart battle (above) and visit to the world-renowned San Diego Zoo (left). Head coach Gary Patterson and several players also got into the holiday mood by attending a reception for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Two days later, six Frogs received diplomas in a special commencement ceremony led by TCU Chancellor Dr. Victor Boschini.

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24 AND COUNTING... TCU has made 24 bowl appearances overall in its history, including 10 in the last 11 years. For more on the Frogs’ long bowl history, see pages 189-196.

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COACHING EXCELLENCE Head Coach Gary Patterson has been able to assemble a seasoned staff that has helped turn TCU into one of the nation’s most successful programs during his eight-year tenure. The Frogs own a .730 winning percentage since he took the reigns of the Frog program in 2000 to rank among the nation’s elite. Five of Patterson’s assistant coaches have been with him for at least five seasons, including four who have been on staff since he became head coach.

“Gary Patterson’s resumé speaks for itself. He’s one of the top coaches in the country. He runs the TCU program the right way. He recruits good kids and turns them into outstanding young men.” —Mark May, ESPN football analyst “Coach Patterson expects perfection. His goal is to have you reach your full potential. He’s not going to settle for being mediocre. Coach Patterson is very passionate about his work. If you’re coming to TCU, he’s going to make sure you come to work every day and you’re doing everything you can to get better every day.” —Herb Taylor, offensive tackle, Kansas City Chiefs

“Coach Patterson is the type of coach who will make sure he pushes you further than you could ever dream of pushing yourself. He is definitely the most passionate and hardworking coach I’ve ever played for. He will make it his personal business to make sure he gets the most out of all his players. Coach Patterson also demands great character. Not only will he make you a great player on the field, he will make you a great person off the field. I know that if I didn’t have Coach Patterson to push me through those 4 1/2 years of my life, I wouldn’t be where I am today.” —Jason Phillips, linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

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JARRETT ANDERSON Co-Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs

DICK BUMPAS Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line

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Coordinators prior to the 2009 season. Anderson and Chad Glasgow (below left), Dan Sharp (below middle) and Eddie Williamson (below right) give TCU four assistant coaches who have been with the program since Gary Patterson’s first staff in 2001.

JUSTIN FUENTE Co-Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

CHAD GLASGOW Assistant Coach - Safeties

CLAY JENNINGS Assistant Coach - Cornerbacks Dick Bumpas (below), who also worked with Gary Patterson at Kansas State (1981-82), Tennessee Tech (1983-84), Utah State (1992-94) and Navy (1995), is in his sixth season as the Horned Frog defensive coordinator. Bumpas was a finalist for the Frank Broyles National Assistant Coach of the Year Award in 2008.

DAN SHARP Assistant Coach - Tight Ends/Special Teams

TONY TADEMY Assistant Coach - Linebackers

EDDIE WILLIAMSON Assistant Head Coach - Offensive Line

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REACHING THE NEXT LEVEL A major factor in today’s recruiting is the ability of a program to prepare a player for a career in pro football. The last decade in particular has seen TCU send several top players to the National Football League. Chief among Horned Frog alumni in the league is 2006 NFL MVP LaDainian Tomlinson (above left), who owns the NFL’s single-season touchdown record, as well as Buffalo Bills’ two-time Pro Bowl selection Aaron Schobel (above right). Five Frogs (below) were taken in the 2009 NFL Draft, a figure that led all schools in the state of Texas.

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FROGS IN THE NFL

Left: Drew Coleman has spent each of his three NFL seasons as a defensive back for the New York Jets. Below Left: Jared Retkofsky won an NFL title last season as the deep snapper for the Super Bowl XLIII-winning Pittsburgh Steelers. Below: Michael Toudouze is in his fourth season as an offensive tackle with the Indianapolis Colts. Right: Marvin White, a two-year TCU starter at safety in 2005 and 2006, earned a starting safety spot for the Cincinnati Bengals as a rookie in 2007.

FROGS IN THE NFL

Far Left: Herb Taylor, who started 48 consecutive games as a Frog, was selected in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. Left: Ryan Tucker owns the distinction of being the former Frog with the longest current NFL tenure. Tucker is entering his 13th NFL season, including eight with the Cleveland Browns. Below Left: Matt Schobel has scored 12 touchdowns on his 117 career receptions at tight end during seven NFL seasons with Cincinnati and Philadelphia. Below Right: David Hawthorne, linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks, made 12 tackles in his rookie season of 2008.

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LADAINIAN TOMLINSON: HORNED FROG, NFL LEGEND

After helping start a renaissance of the TCU football program at the turn of the century, former Horned Frog tailback LaDainian Tomlinson took his show to the NFL, where he has become one of the league’s superstars. Tomlinson, who was named the NFL’s MVP in 2006, set a league single-season record by scoring 31 touchdowns and has rushed for more than 1,100 yards in each of his eight seasons.

NOVEMBER 20, 1999

Sets an NCAA single-game record with 406 yards rushing in a 52-24 win over UTEP.

DECEMBER 16, 2000

Places fourth in voting for the 2000 Heisman Trophy.

JANUARY 30, 2001

Presented the Doak Walker Award as the nation’s top running back.

APRIL 21, 2001

Becomes the fifth overall pick in the NFL draft by the San Diego Chargers.

AUGUST 17, 2005

Receives his TCU bachelor’s degree.

NOVEMBER 12, 2005

TCU honors jersey No. 5 in a halftime ceremony as part of “LT Day” during a 51-3 victory over UNLV.

DECEMBER 10, 2006

Sets the NFL single-season touchdown record in the Chargers’ 48-20 win over Denver.

JANUARY 4, 2007

Selected as the NFL’s Most Valuable Player by a landslide vote. Later named NFL Man of the Year to become only the second player to win both awards in the same season. The other was Hall of Famer Walter Payton in 1977.

DECEMBER 30, 2007

Wins second straight NFL rushing title with 1,474 yards, although the total was only the fourth-highest of his distinguished career.

DECEMBER 28, 2008

Rushes for 96 yards and three touchdowns to help the Chargers clinch the AFC West Division title for the third straight year with a 52-21 victory over Denver. He cracked the 1,000-yard rushing barrier for the eighth straight season in 2008 with 1,110 yards, while he added 11 touchdowns.

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TCU has sent a total of 180 players into professional camps dating back to 1927, when former Horned Frog Rollin Roach joined the Chicago Cardinals. Included among the group are seven former first-round draft picks. Alabi, Anthony • OL • Miami Dolphins, 2005-07; Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2009-current Aldrich, Ki • C-LB • Chicago Cardinals, 1939-40 (1st round draft pick in ’39); Washington Redskins, 1941-42, 1945-47 Alford, Bruce Jr. • K • Washington Redskins, 1967; Buffalo Bills, 1968-69 Alford, Bruce Sr. • E • New York Yankees, 1946-49; New York Yanks, 1950-51 Allen, Anthony • CB • Denver Gold (USFL), 1983-84; Arizona Outlaws (USFL), 1985 Ankrom, Scott • WR • Dallas Cowboys, 1989-90 Armstrong, Ramon • OG • Oakland Raiders, 1960 Bailey, Morris • E • Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1950 Bartosh, Gil • HB • British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1955 Batteaux, Patrick • QB • San Diego Chargers, 2000-01 Baugh, Sammy • QB • Washington Redskins, 1937-52 Benson, Mitchell • DT • Indianapolis Colts, 1989-91 Berry, Lindy • QB • Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1950-51 Berry, Ray • CB • Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983 Blackwell, Kelly • TE • Chicago Bears, 1992; Dallas Cowboys/San Diego Chargers, 1993 Blackwood, Lyle • DB • Cincinnati Bengals, 1973-75; Seattle Seahawks, 1976; Baltimore Colts, 1977-80; Miami Dolphins, 1981-87 Blake, Tommy • DL • Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2008 Bonner, Brian • DB • San Diego Chargers, 2008 Booty, John • CB • New York Jets, 1989-91; Philadelphia Eagles, 1992; Phoenix Cardinals, 1993-96 Boswell, Ben • T • Portsmouth Spartans, 1933; Boston Redskins, 1934 Braziel, Jerome • CB • Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 2006 Bray, Zach • OL • St. Louis Rams, 2005 Brightwell, Doug • C • Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1949; Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1950 Brown, Aaron • RB • Detroit Lions, 2009-current Brown, George • G • New York Yankees, 1949; New York Yanks, 1950; British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1954 Brown, Larry • CB • Dallas Cowboys, 1991-95,‘98; Oakland Raiders, 1996-97 Bulaich, Norm • RB • Baltimore Colts, 1970-72 (lst-round draft pick in ‘70); Phil­a­del­phia Eagles, 1973-74; Miami Dolphins, 1975-79 Butler, Quincy • CB • Dallas Cowboys, 2006-2008; St. Louis Rams, 2008-current Casper, Charley • HB • St. Louis Gunners, 1934; Green Bay Packers, 1934; Pittsburgh Pirates, 1935 Clifton, Kyle • LB • New York Jets, 1984-96 Clinkscale, Ron • HB • British Columbia Lions (CFL), 1955; Calgary Stampeders, (CFL), 1956-68 Cole, Linzy • WR • Chicago Bears, 1970; Houston Oilers, 1971; Buffalo Bills, 1972; Philadelphia Bell (WFL), 1974 Coleman, Drew • CB • New York Jets, 2006-current Collins, Roosevelt • LB • Miami Dolphins, 1992-93 Cox, Norm • HB • Chicago Rockets, 1946-47 Creech, Bob • LB • Philadelphia Eagles, 1971-72; New Orleans Saints, 1973; Houston Texans (WFL), 1974; Shreveport Steamers (WFL), 1974-75 Crutcher, Tommy Joe • LB • Green Bay Packers 1964-67, 1971-72; New York Giants, 1968-69 Curtis, Chuck • QB • Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1957 Davis, Charlie • DT • Pittsburgh Steelers, 1974; St. Louis Cardinals, 1975-79; Houston Gamblers (USFL), 1984 Davis, Darrell • LB • New York Jets, 1990; 1993-97; Kansas City Chiefs, 1991-92 Davis, Kenneth • RB • Green Bay Packers (Packers’ first pick), 1986-88; Buffalo Bills, 1989-94 Dean, Kevin • LB • San Francisco 49ers, 1987 DePriest, Michael • WR • Indianapolis Colts, 2007 Dribbles, Larry • DT • Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1973 Dunbar, LaTarence • WR • Atlanta Falcons, 2003; Cleveland Browns, 2004; Houston Texans, 2005; Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2006 Edwards, Weldon “Scratch” • Washington Redskins, 1948 Elliott, Bill • G • Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1948 Ellis, Drew • T • Philadelphia Eagles, 1938-39 Engram, Bryan • E • Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1956-57 Enis, Hunter • QB • Dallas Texans, 1960; San Diego Charg­ers, 1961; Denver Broncos, 1962; Oakland Raiders, 1963 Epps, Phillip • WR • Green Bay Packers, 1982-88; Buf­fa­lo Bills, 1989 Evans, Greg • DB • Buffalo Bills, 1994-95; Indianapolis Colts, 1996 Evans, Lon • G • Green Bay Packers, 1933-37 Evans, Norm • OT • Hous­ton Oilers, 1965; Miami Dolphins, 1966-75; Seattle Seahawks, 1976-77 Fauver, Jim • HB • Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1965

Flowers, Keith • C • Dallas Texans, 1952 Floyd, Bobby Jack • HB • Green Bay Packers, 1952; Chicago Bears, 1953 Floyd, Don • DE • Hous­ton Oilers, 1960-67 Fuller, Curtis • S • Seattle Seahawks, 2001-02; Green Bay Packers, 2003; Carolina Panthers, 2004 Gault, Billy • DB • Min­ne­so­ta Vikings, 1961 Gibbs, Donnie • P • New Orleans Saints, 1974 Gibbs, Sonny • QB • Dallas Cowboys, 1963; Detroit Lions, 1964 Godbolt, Marvin • DB • Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 2005-06 Goss, Jason • DB • Arizona Cardinals, 2003; Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL), 2004-06; Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2007-current Gunn, Tye • QB • Chicago Bears, 2006 Hall, John • HB • Chi­ca­go Cardinals, 1940-41, 1943; Detroit Lions, 1942 Hamilton, Norm • T-DE • Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1957 Handler, Phil • G • Chicago Cardinals, 1930-36 Harper, Matt • DE • Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998-99 Harrell, Reggie • WR • Dallas Cowboys, 2005; Chicago Bears, 2006 Harris, Marshall • DE • Cleveland Browns, 1980-82; New England Patriots, 1983; New Jersey Generals (USFL), 1984 Hawthorne, David • LB • Seattle Seahawks, 2008-current Headrick, Sherrill • LB • Dallas Texans, 1960-62; Kansas City Chiefs, 1963-67; Cincinnati Bengals, 1968 Henson, Ken • C • Pittsburgh Steelers, 1965 Henson, Robert • LB • Washington Redskins, 2009-current Hilliard, Kenneth • DB • Buffalo Bills, 2003 Hines, Joe • LB • Washington Federals (USFL), 1984 Hinton, Grassy • QB • Staten Island Stapeltons, 1932 Hodge, Stephen • LB • Dallas Cowboys, 2009-current Howell, Foster • T • Cincinnati Reds, 1934 Hunt, Reggie • DB • Saskatchewan Rough Riders (CFL), 2002-07; Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2008-09 Hyder, Gaylon • DT • St. Louis Rams, 1999-2000; Cleveland Browns, 2001 Jackson, Cedric • RB • Detroit Lions, 1991 James, Cedric • WR • Minnesota Vikings, 2001-02; Dallas Cowboys, 2003; New England Patriots, 2004-05 Jeffrey, Tony • RB • Phoenix Cardinals, 1988 Johnson, Chase • C • San Diego Chargers, 2005 Jones, Lenoy • LB • Tennessee Oilers, 1996-98; Cleveland Browns, 1999-2001 Keathley, Mike • OT • San Diego Chargers, 2001-02; Houston Texans, 2003 Kring, Frank • B • Detroit Lions, 1945 Lawrence, Jimmy • HB • Chicago Cardinals (1st round draft pick), 1936-39; Green Bay Packers, 1939 Layne, George • FB • Atlanta Falcons, 2001-04; San Diego Chargers, 2004; Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 2005 Lester, Darrell • C • Green Bay Packers, 1937-38 Lewis, Wilton (Bill) • HB • Cincinnati Reds, 1934 Lilly, Bob • DT • Dallas Cowboys, 1962-74 (1st round draft pick) Lindner, Matty • OL • Kansas City Chiefs, 2008 Linne, Aubrey • E • Baltimore Colts, 1961; Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1962-63 Looney, Don • E • Philadelphia Eagles, 1940; Pittsburgh Steelers, 1941-42 Lyles, Robert • LB • Houston Oilers, 1984-89; Atlanta Falcons, 1990-92 Madise, Adrian • WR • Denver Broncos, 2003; Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2004-05; Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 2006-07 Maness, James • WR • Chicago Bears, 1985 Manton, Tillie • HB • New York Giants, 1936-38; Washington Redskins, 1938; Brooklyn Dodgers, 1943 McCarty, Chance • DE • Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1998; Dallas Cowboys, 1999; Saskatchewan Rough Riders (CFL), 2002 McCarty, Cody • TE • San Diego Chargers, 2005-06 McCarty, Mickey • E • Kansas City Chiefs, 1969; Chicago Fire (WFL), 1974; Detroit Wheels (WFL), 1974 McDonald, LaMarcus • New Orleans Saints, 2003-05 McWright, Robert • DB • New York Jets, 1990-91 Mitchell, Basil • RB • Green Bay Packers, 1999; Denver Broncos, 2000 Modkins, Jeremy • S • Cleveland Browns, 2006 Montgomery, Ross • RB • Chicago Bears, 1969-70 Morriss, Guy • C • Philadelphia Eagles, 1973-83; New England Patriots, 1984-87 Morton, John • LB • San Francisco 49ers, 1953 Narrell, Don • T • Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1950 Newton, Kelvin • LB• Denver Gold (USFL), 1983-84 Nix, Emery • QB • New York Giants, 1943, 1946 Nix, Kent • QB • Pitts­burgh Steelers, 1967-69; Chicago Bears, 1970-71; Houston Oilers, 1972 O’Brien, Davey • QB • Philadelphia Eagles, 1939-40 (1st round draft pick) Oliver, Jimmy • WR • San Diego Chargers, 1995-96; Dallas Cowboys, 1998; Ottawa Renegades (CFL), 2002 O’Neal, Jim • G • Chicago Rockets, 1946-47 Ortiz, Chase • DL • Cleveland Browns, 2008 Palmer, Derrell • T • New York Yankees, 1946-48; Cleveland Browns, 1949-53

Patterson, Darrell • LB • Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1984-90 Patterson, Martin • LB • Philadelphia Eagles, 2005; Atlanta Falcons, 2006 Patton, Cliff • OG • Philadelphia Eagles, 1946-50; Chicago Cardinals, 1951 Petry, Stanley • CB • Kansas City Chiefs, 1989-90 Phillips, Jason • LB • Baltimore Ravens, 2009-current Pitts, Hugh • LB • Los Angeles Rams, 1956; Houston Oilers, 1960 Pollard, Robert • DE • San Diego Chargers, 2004; Seattle Seahawks, 2005-06 Porter, Greg • K • Washington Federals (USFL), 1984 Powell, Jamal • C • Tennessee Titans, 2003; Houston Texans, 2003-04; Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2005-06 Priddy, Merlin • RB • Buffalo Bills, 1960 Printers, Casey • QB • British Columbia Lions (CFL) 2003-05; Kansas City Chiefs, 2006; Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 2007-08 Ray, Ranorris • DT • Dallas Cowboys, 2006 Renfro, Mike • WR • Houston Oilers, 1978-84; Dallas Cowboys, 1984-87 Retkofsky, Jared • DS • Pittsburgh Steelers, 2007-2008 Rhodes, Ray • DB • New York Giants, 1974-79 Roach, David • S • St. Louis Rams, 2008; New Orleans Saints, 2008-current Roach, Rollin • HB • Chicago Cardinals, 1927 Robb, Joe • DE • Philadelphia Eagles, 1959-60; St. Louis Cardinals, 1961-67; Detroit Lions,1968-71; Houston Texans (WFL), 1974; Shreveport Steam­ers (WFL), 1974 Robbins, Barret • C • Oakland Raiders, 1995-03 Roberts, Wesley • OT • New York Jets, 1980; Michigan Panthers (USFL), 1983 Roberts, Glynn • G • Chicago Cardinals, 1939 Rodgers, Cory • WR • Green Bay Packers, 2006; British Columbia Lions (CFL), 2007-current Rowland, Justin • DB • Chicago Bears, 1960; Minnesota Vikings, 1962; Denver Broncos, 1963 Sadler, Bill • RB • Detroit Wheels (WFL), 1974; San Antonio Wings (WFL), 1975 Sanders, Tyrone • DB • Arizona Cardinals, 2004; British Columbia Lions (CFL), 2005 Schlueter, Blake • C • Denver Broncos, 2009-current Schobel, Aaron • DE • Buffalo Bills, 2001-current Schobel, Bo • DE • Tennessee Titans, 2005; Indianapolis Colts, 2006; Arizona Cardinals, 2007-2008 Schobel, Matt • TE • Cincinnati Bengals, 2002-05; Philadelphia Eagles, 2006-current Sharp, Dan • TE • Atlanta Falcons, 1986-87 Shofner, Jim • DB • Cleveland Browns, 1958-63 (1st round draft pick) Shook, Fred • C • Chicago Cardinals, 1941 Simien, Tracy • LB • Kansas City Chiefs, 1991-97 Smith, Allanda • DB • Los Angeles Express (USFL), 1984-85 Spikes, Jack • FB • Dallas Texans, 1960-62; Kansas City Chiefs, 1963-64; San Diego Chargers, 1964; Houston Oilers, 1965; Buffalo Bills, 1966-67 Stout, Pete • FB • Washington Redskins, 1949-50 Swink, Jim • HB • Dallas Texans, 1960 Taliferro, Mike • DT • Denver Gold (USFL), 1985 Talley, Stan • P • Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983-85; Los Angeles Raiders, 1986-87 Taylor, Herb • T • Kansas City Chiefs, 2007-current Thomas, Sean • DB • Atlanta Falcons, 1985; Cincinnati Bengals, 1985; San Fran­cisco 49ers, 1987 Thornton, Charles (Bubba) • WR • Buffalo Bills, 1969; Jacksonville Sharks (WFL), 1974 Tomlinson, LaDainian • RB • San Diego Chargers, 2001-current (1st round draft pick) Toudouze, Michael • OT • Indianapolis Colts, 2006-current Townsend, Greg • DE • Los Angeles Raiders, 1983-93 Tucker, Jason • WR • Dallas Cowboys, 1999-2000; Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 2002-08 Tucker, Ryan • C • St. Louis Rams, 1997-2001; Cleveland Browns, 2002-current Turntine, John • DL • Ottawa Renegades (CFL), 2004-05 Uecker, Vernon • G • Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1957 Vaught, Ted • E • San Francisco 49ers, 1955 Walls, Willie • E • New York Giants, 1937-39, 1941-43 Washington, Fred • DT • Chicago Bears, 1990 Washington, John • WR • New York Giants, 1998; Dallas Cowboys, 1999 Washington, Stanley • WR • Montreal Concordes (CFL), 1984; Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1984; Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1985 Wells, Vernon • WR • Kansas City Chiefs, 1977; Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1978 White, Allie • T • Philadelphia Eagles, 1939 White, Marvin • S • Cincinnati Bengals, 2007-current Williams, Jake • T • Chicago Cardinals, 1929-33 Worthen, Shawn • DT • Minnesota Vikings, 2001; Houston Texans, 2002-03 Wright, James • TE • Atlanta Falcons, 1978-79; Denver Broncos, 1980-85

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FIRST-CLASS FACILITIES Frog football players benefit from a solid group of athletic facilites available for their use on a daily basis. While the program has called 44,358seat Amon G. Carter Stadium home since 1930, more recent additions include the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility and the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center.

AMON G. CARTER STADIUM The Horned Frogs’ official home since its construction in 1930, Amon G. Carter Stadium features grandstands on both sidelines, including a massive double-deck west stand that towers above the TCU campus. The Frogs have used the homefield atmosphere of the charming facility to their advantage by winning 50 of 56 games (89.3 percent) at home since 1999. The playing surface was changed from a synthetic turf to natural grass in 1992, and a new state-of-the-art scoring and video system was added in 2002. Amon G. Carter Stadium received a major facelift in 2008, as the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center added six luxury suites and 255 club seats to the south end zone. A complete renovation of Amon Carter also has recently been proposed. For a sneak peek of the proposed changes, see page 35.

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DUTCH MEYER ATHLETIC COMPLEX & ABE MARTIN ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER Named for a pair of legendary TCU coaches, the $13-million, 40,000-square-foot Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center made its debut in August 2008 and features six suites and 255 club seats. The facility sits atop the Walsh Complex and includes an expansive club lounge for socializing and premier dining while watching the Frogs. The building also includes increased academic space and team meeting areas and was funded completely by nine donors. Revenues from club seating and suites go directly to supporting athletics scholarships through the Frog Club. With 40,000 square feet of team meeting space, tutor rooms, a computer lab and team room - not to mention a club level and suites for fans - the new Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center is first class in every regard. The facility boasts six suites that are equipped with mini-bar, cushion seating and flat-screen television, or occupants can go to a row of club seats just outside the window. The team room (far bottom) is comfortable and technology-rich. In-wall lighting, flat-screen televisions, game consoles and sofas make it the perfect place for the team to relax. The Four Sevens Team Meeting Room (below left) seats 120 and features accoustic-enhancing fabric walls and a state-of-the-art projection system for watching film. The club level (below right) is for fans with tickets for club seating or suites. It offers food service, flat-screen televisions and plenty of seating. Skybridges connect the club level to club seating.

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SAM BAUGH INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY & COX FIELD The Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility and Cox Field, which opened in summer 2007, gives TCU a competitive edge in attracting top student-athletes, in addition to providing the Horned Frogs with the ability to practice regardless of outside weather conditions. The climate-controlled facility features an 80-yard field with regulation 52-yard width and two full end zones. It measures 60 feet from the turf to the highest point of its vaulted ceiling. Construction was finished during the summer of 2007 at a cost of roughly $7 million. The 80,000 square-foot structure is named in honor of the Horned Frogs’ football legend and sits adjacent to TCU’s Morris Practice Fields. “An indoor facility has become essential in attracting the top prospective student-athletes to campus. The generosity of both the Justin Foundation and Cox Family will enable us to aggressively recruit among the nation’s best programs.” —Head Coach Gary Patterson

WALSH COMPLEX TCU’s spacious Walsh Complex (above) provides Horned Frog student-athletes with a state-of-the-art facility for athletic training and rehabilitation, as well as weight training and conditioning. TCU’s sports medicine area received a facelift prior to the 2008 season in the form of a renovated rehab area featuring all-new equipment. For more information on both facilities, see pages 38-41.

JOHN JUSTIN ATHLETIC CENTER Construction of the 38,000-square-foot John Justin Athletic Center (above left) was completed in August 2000. The facility, located outside the south end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium, houses the TCU football offices, athletics administration offices, Athletic Academic Services Office, video labs and the Encke Heritage Center. The Justin Center is named after longtime TCU trustee John Justin, former CEO of Justin Industries. Located on the Justin Center’s second floor outside the entry to the football offices is TCU’s vast collection of trophies and other historic athletics memorabilia (left). Included among the collection are two national championship trophies, Davey O’Brien’s 1938 Heisman Trophy and LaDainian Tomlinson’s 2000 Doak Walker Award.

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ON THE HORIZON Commitment is the key word when it comes to TCU football, and in no area is that word more evident than the facility improvements planned for the future of the Horned Frog program. The first step was the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility that opened in summer 2007, while phase two was unveiled last fall in the form of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center. Additional major changes loom on the horizon as a feasibility study currently is underway for a proposed renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The project received a lead give of $15 million from the Amon Carter Foundation in spring 2008.

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ATHLETICS FACILITIES TCU takes pride in its ablility to provide student-athletes with some of the finest facilities possible. Horned Frog athletes have seen multiple facility upgrades in recent years, and not just for football. The Schollmaier Basketball Complex, completed in 2004, gave both the men’s and women’s basketball programs a brand-new practice facility, while the baseball team benefited from the construction of the $7-million Lupton Stadium in 2003. The tennis, track and field, soccer, volleyball and swimming and diving programs also have seen individual sport improvements since 2000, and a multi-million-dollar Olympic Sports Complex is one of many projects in the works for the future of TCU’s athletics program.

DANIEL-MEYER COLISEUM Home of the TCU men’s and women’s basketball teams, Daniel-Meyer Coliseum is located on the southeast corner of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The 7,201-seat arena of the “DMC” was constructed in 1961 and has seen several upgrades in recent years. In addition to receiving updated men’s and women’s locker rooms in 2002, a new sports medicine facility was added in 2006. The arena floor was replaced in 2003, and a new LED suspended scoreboard and LED boards along the scorers’ tables were added in 2007 at a cost of nearly $1.5 million. TCU has taken full advantage of its home-court atmosphere since the DMC’s construction. The men have won 63 percent of their home games since 1961, while the Lady Frogs have posted an 81.8 percent home winning percentage over the last 10 seasons.

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TCU ATHLETICS FACILITIES Top: Lupton Stadium and Williams-Reilly Field Second Row: Ed & Rae Schollmaier Basketball Complex Third Row (L to R): Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium; Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Bottom Row (L to R): Lowdon Track and Field Complex; University Recreation Center

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HORNED FROG STRONG It’s where success on the field sees its beginnings—in the weight room. TCU takes pride in providing its student-athletes with the finest strength and conditioning program possible. A staff of six full-time strength coaches and graduate assistants push Horned Frog studentathletes to become stronger, faster and more powerful while at the same time helping to avoid injury. The TCU football program utilizes a massive weight room in the Walsh Complex, and the program’s commitment to strength and conditioning has paid off, as all of the football team’s weight lifting records have been broken in head coach Gary Patterson’s tenure.

TCU STRENGTH & CONDITIONING PHILOSOPHY The field of strength and conditioning is extremely dynamic and always changing. The one constant in our profession is the student-athletes. Our No. 1 goal is to make each student athlete stronger, faster, and more powerful in whatever sport they choose to participate in. By doing these things, we help prevent injury. The sport specific training regiments are preventative in nature. As strength and conditioning professionals, we are entrusted with the care and guidance of student-athletes from across the country and mold them into elite world class athletes during their tenure at TCU.

MISSION To provide a positive and energetic learning environment for student-athletes and coaches. To train both body and mind, creating an interest and desire for strength and conditioning. To assist every student athlete in achieving an optimum physical performance level, while preparing them for a lifetime of fitness.

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WALSH COMPLEX WEIGHT ROOM The Walsh Complex is home to the state-of-the-art headquarters for TCU’s strength and conditioning program. The weight room itself, a 9,000 square-foot complex, recently received a $100,000 renovation in the summer of 2006. Included among the new features of the upgraded Walsh Complex Weight Room are:

-nine double-sided power racks with platforms

-three new sets of dumbbells, from 5 lbs. to 125 lbs.

-1,000 square feet of state-of-the-art weight room flooring.

TCU head strength coach Don Sommer, associate strength coach Matt Parker and assistants Zach Dechant, Stephen Gephardt and Todd Kensler man the Frog strength and conditioning program.

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Cleans A. Alabi (475) C. McCarty (450) Squats B. Schlueter (870) C. McCarty (755) Incline Z. Bray (540) C. McCarty (460) Bench Z. Bray (650) C. McCarty (600) 40-yard dash M. Bouldwin (4.79) M. Schobel (4.5) Pro Agility M. Bouldwin (4.43) C. McCarty (4.13) 3-Cone W. Oliver (7.37) C. Andrus (6.93) Vertical Jump A. Alabi (34) B.J. Roberts (40.5) Broad Jump A. Alabi (9-10) Q. Cunigan (9-7)

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L. Tevaseu (470) L. Tevaseu (720) L. Tevaseu (500) L. Tevaseu (555) S. Brooks (4.53)

J. Smitherman (415) B. Bonner (710) M. Godbolt (470) M. Godbolt (540) Jer. Braziel (4.2)

A. Boerckel (420) A. Boerckel (600) A. Boerckel (415) J. Biasatti (460) N. Browne (4.59)

B. Pollard (3.9) B. Schobel (6.25) C. Hayes (37.5) J. Retkofsky (10-1)

M. Patterson (3.9) R. Schlenger (6.37) J. Phipps (39.5) M. Patterson (10-1)

T. Sanders (3.78) E. Gallegos (6.03) L. Veale (44.5) F. Malone (10-9)

R. Dalton (4.25) M. Wynn (6.81) K. O’Conner (33) M. Wynn (9-6)

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S PO RTS M E D I C I N E The TCU athletic training staff aims to provide the highest level of sports medicine care so Frog student-athletes can keep themselves on the field of play. The staff uses processes combining care, prevention and rehabilitation with the supervision of nutritional and physiological needs of each student-athlete. The football team utilizes the Walsh Center Athletic Training Room, while there are also training rooms in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, Lupton Baseball Stadium and the University Recreation Center. The Walsh facility received a newly remodeled rehabilitation room in fall 2008 that includes new state-of-the-art equipment.

DR. SAM HARALDSON TCU student-athletes are fortunate to benefit from the services of Dr. Sam Haraldson (left), the Frogs’ own full-time staff physician. Haraldson is one of only seven physicians in the nation who is associated with a college athletics program on a full-time basis. A native of Eureka, Calif., Haraldson earned his doctoral degree in medicine from the University of California - Irvine and owns several certifications, including: Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). In addition to Haraldson, five other primary physicians provide support for TCU’s athletics programs: Steve Brotherton, MD; Joe Milne, MD; Mark Wylie, MD; Steve Meyers, MD; and Gary Pointer, DDS. TCU’s sports medicine department also sets itself apart from most other college programs by employing a part-time nutritionist, Amy Goodson. Goodson works with the department to help Frog student-athletes eat right on a daily basis.

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TCU SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF TCU employs a large sports medicine staff (above) featuring six full-time athletics medicine personnel, one full-time physician, one part-time nutritionist, four graduate assistants and at least 30 athletic training students.

WALSH ATHLETIC TRAINING ROOM TCU football utilizes the Walsh Athletic Training Room, which is situated near both the football locker room and Walsh Weight Room. The training room features multiple treatment tables and full-size whirlpool tanks to provide the latest techniques in care for Horned Frog student-athletes. Included among the advances is the NormaTec MVP recovery system (shown below). Used by pro teams and only a handful of college programs, the device is the very latest in cutting edge athlete recovery technology. The area also includes a rehabilitation room (left) that was newly remodeled prior to the 2008 season. All-new equipment, including free-motion machines, stair climbers and exercise bikes, have been installed to help get student-athletes back on their feet. The rehab room overlooks the south end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium.

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I NTO TH E S POTLI G HT TCU is situated in the fifth-largest media market in the nation, and that means lots of media attention on the Frog football team. In addition to regular practice coverage, local television stations attend head coach Gary Patterson’s weekly news conference and provide live reports from home football games. Daily newspaper coverage is provided by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, which has been recognized as one of the nation’s top-10 sports pages, and games are broadcast throughout parts of the state via radio stations such as the 100,000-watt 103.3 ESPN. Eleven of TCU’s 12 games this season will be televised, and national outlets such as Sports Illustrated, Sporting News and USA Today have annually featured the Frogs in coverage.

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MEDIA EXPOSURE National media, along the lines of Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, CBSsports.com and The New York Times, have regularly attended TCU home football games in recent seasons. Horned Frog head coach Gary Patterson has made live appearances on several ESPN shows. TCU has also been a fixture on the national television scene. The 2008 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State was the most-watched pre-Christmas bowl game ever on ESPN. All five television stations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the nation’s fifth-largest television market, regularly attend the weekly TCU media luncheon and provide coverage of the Horned Frogs’ practices.

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HEAD OF THE CLASS Before practice, before the training room and before watching film, there are the books. Up early and up late, TCU student-athletes strive for excellence in the classroom, just as they do on the playing field. In the Spring of 2009, Horned Frog student-athletes notched a departmental cumulative grade point average of 2.957, which is the highest since tracking began in the Fall of 1998. Frog football players earned several academic honors last season, including first-team Academic All-District selections Shae Reagan and Bart Johnson. Reagan and Matt Panfil were among those inducted into the National Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society for academic success demonstrated over the length of their college careers, and 18 TCU football players earned degrees in the 2008-09 acacemic year.

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ABE MARTIN ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER The newest addition to TCU’s academic support services is the Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, part of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex attached to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The new facility features seven individual tutor rooms and a spacious computer lab (above right) with 32 deskop machines, in addition to a 120-seat educational learning center featuring the latest technology and teaching tools. The Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center pairs with the Davis Academic Learning Center (below), located in the Justin Center, to give TCU one of the finest sets of academic facilities in the nation. Included among a five-person TCU Academic Services staff is assistant director Shawn Worthen (above left), who helps assist Frog football players in their academic pursuits. A former Horned Frog standout, Worthen played three years in the NFL.

ABOUT ACADEMIC SERVICES The Athletic Academic Services Office (AASO), located in the Davis Academic Learning Center and the new Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, offers exceptional academic support services for all Horned Frog studentathletes. The AASO is client-centered in its objectives and goals as it provides an environment conducive to academic achievement and personal development. Life Skills programming ensures that student-athletes receive a well-rounded academic experience and are prepared for the challenges after TCU. In addition to five full-time staff members, the AASO also utilizes the help of two graduate assistants and five undergrad student workers in addition to a pool of 50-plus tutors who provide at least 200 weekly sessions.

ACADEMIC HONORS Among the more highly honored Frogs for work in the classroom last season were (from left to right) Bart Johnson, Matt Panfil and Shae Reagan. Johnson and Reagan were First-Team Academic All-District selections by CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine, while Johnson also won an MWC Scholar-Athlete Award for compiling a grade-point average of at least 3.5. In addition to joining Johnson on the Academic All-District team, Reagan paired with Panfil as honorees into the National Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society, which recognizes players for their work both on the field and in the classroom.

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E XPLO R I N G TC U Texas Christian University is forging into all-new frontiers today—the explosion of technology; the reality of a global society; the wonder found in diversity; the satisfaction of understanding the world we live in and making it better. At TCU, students find small classes (a 15:1 student-to-teacher ratio), challenging and caring professors and countless ways to get involved and lead. A challenging academic environment helps individuals grow as thinkers, writers and speakers. And learning to change the world isn’t just some lofty idea. For the thousands of students who choose TCU each year, it’s what they work toward every day.

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AREAS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDY AddRan College of LIBERAL ARTS Aerospace Studies Anthropology Asian Studies* British & Colonial/Post-Colonial Studies* Classical Studies* Criminal Justice Economics English Geography History Military Science Modern Language Studies · French studies · German studies · Italian studies · Japanese studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Track Pre-Major Track Religion Sociology Spanish and Hispanic Studies Women’s Studies* Neeley School of Business Business · Accounting# · Electronic Business · Entrepreneurial Management# · Finance# · Marketing# · Supply & Value Chain Mgmt. General Business* College of Science & Engineering Astronomy Biology Chemistry Child Development Computer Information Technology Computer Science Engineering · Electrical · Mechanical Environmental Earth Resources Environmental Science Geology Health Care Ethics Mathematics Neuroscience Nutritional Sciences · Coordinated Program In Dietetics · Nutrition · Food Management Physics Pre-Health Professions Track · Pre-Dentistry · Pre-Medicine · Pre-Optometry · Pre-Pharmacy · Pre-Podiatry · Pre-Veterinary Psychology Ranch Management

College of Communication Broadcast Journalism Communication Studies International Communications · News Editorial · Global Adv./Public Relations News Editorial · Newspaper/Magazine · Periodical Design · Photojournalism Film/Television/Digital Media Strategic Communications

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College of Fine Arts Art Administration* Art Education Art History Classical and Contemporary Dance Fashion Merchandising Graphic Design Interior Design Music · Church Music · Music Education · Orchestra Instraments · Organ · Opera · Performance · Piano · Piano Pedagogy · Voice Presentation* Studio Art Theatre · Acting · Design · Directing · Make-Up and Hair · Musical Theatre · Stagecraft College of Education Education · Early Childhood Education · Middle School Education · Secondary Education Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Habilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Health and Fitness Movement Science Nursing Physical Education Psychosocial Kinesiology Social Work Speech-Language Pathology

# - available with International Emphasis * - available as a minor only

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W H AT ’ S N E W AT T C U In recent years, Texas Christian University has invested more than $500 million in new facilities and upgrades to campus classrooms, laboratories and residence halls. The individual projects have radically changed the face of the TCU campus, and further advances continue each day. Individual projects recently completed include the construction of the new Brown-Lupton University Union, TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Mabee Foundation Education Complex, in addition to four new student residence halls. In all, nine new facilities have been added to the campus landscape over the last two years alone.

BROWN-LUPTON UNIVERSITY UNION Better known as the BLUU, construction of the 145,000 square foot student union was completed in the fall of 2008, giving TCU students a more spacious and functional facility that serves as the beating heart of the campus. A new dining facility, auditorium, conference rooms, gift shop and student organization headquarters are some of the many services that the new union offers to TCU students, faculty and staff. The BLUU features three separate dining options, including Market Square, an 800-seat hall where TCU students can watch their food being grilled, seared, tossed or baked to order. Market Square boasts seven different varieties of cuisine from which students can select on all-you-can-eat terms.

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TCU BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE The new 34,000-square-foot facility was a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, which operates as the university’s bookstore. Students can now study and meet classmates in the Starbucks lounge or purchase TCU gear across the street from campus. The bookstore is located on the corner of University Drive and W. Berry Street. The new bookstore includes expanded book sales and retail space, a lounge, reading areas, a mezzanine for textbooks, study areas and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.

J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION EDUCATION COMPLEX Renovation of the interior of the existing Bailey Building and construction of an adjoining three-story, 23,000 square-foot addition, named Betsy and Steve Palko Hall, was completed in summer 2007. The Bailey Building, constructed in 1914, was originally the home of Brite College of the Bible. It was named for West Texas pioneers Mary Ann and Robert Bailey.

RESIDENCE HALLS Four new residence halls, totaling approximately 220,000 square feet, have been added to the grounds of TCU’s campus. The TCU student housing administrative offices are located on the ground floor of Kellye Wright Samuelson Hall. Samuelson and Amon G. Carter Hall, the two northern-most buildings, were completed in summer 2007. Teresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall, TCU’s most recent additions, were completed in 2008.

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C R E AT I N G L E A D E R S Several years ago, the TCU coaching staff formed a group called the TCU Leadership Council, which consisted of a player from each position on the team. “We wanted to develop more leadership and create a situation where leadership was passed from one class to the next,” head coach Gary Patterson said. “If the players have the opportunity for input, they have ownership. If they have ownership, then they’re more accountable to themselves and to their teammates. It becomes ‘our decision,’ instead of ‘my decision.’” The group is charged with, among other purposes, serving as a vehicle of communication among the players and coaches and serving as a unified voice for the team.

2009-10 LEADERSHIP COUNCIL The TCU Leadership Council features a group of 14 players. Among those are nine seniors pictured to the left, including: Row 1 (L to R): Ryan Christian, Clint Greshman and Jerry Hughes. Row 2 (L to R): Marcus Jackson, Marshall Newhouse and Rafael Priest. Row 3 (L to R): Nick Sanders, Joseph Turner and Daryl Washington. Underclassmen members of the TCU Leadership Council include (below, clockwise from top left): Andy Dalton, Evan Frosch, Bart Johnson, Tejay Johnson and Jimmy Young.

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A CHANCE TO GIVE BACK The community outreach activities conducted by the TCU athletics department are as many and as varied as the Horned Frogs’ 20 different teams. In the 2008-09 academic year, student-athletes, coaches and administrators made countless appearances in community outreach projects. The Frogs donated time, talent and resources to a wide variety of different charitable organizations.

2008-09 TCU CHARITABLE ACTIVITIES SuperFrog Reading Challenge: TCU student-athletes and SuperFrog visit the involved elementary schools in both the fall and spring semesters for a program intended to encourage students in Fort Worth elementary schools to read more often. Career Days: Coaches from football, soccer, and swimming and diving, along with members of the athletics department, went to elementary schools and described their jobs and how they got to their positions. College Bound at TCU: TCU’s Education Department invited schools to visit campus in order to gain a glimpse into college life. Members of various athletics programs created a panel for these students who were interested in learning what life is like as a student-athlete at TCU. Members of the football and soccer team made up the panel, along with Showgirls and cheerleaders. Bowl Week Outreach: Coach Gary Patterson and select members of the TCU football team visited with youth and teens who had faced social and emotional crises in their lives.

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HEART OF THE METROPLEX Fort Worth continues to wear its cowboy heritage and exude a prop-your-feet-up-and-stay-awhile spirit. Smiles and nods are the norm. Optimism, like a friendly handshake, is undeniable. Yet as much as Fort Worth began on the open range, it thrives more today as a cosmopolitan city. It marries a proud cowboy heritage with a distinct sophistication that sets the city apart. Downtown itself is only five miles from campus. Sundance Square invites patrons to enjoy the 20-block entertainment and shopping venue. Where else can you take your pick of more than 25 upscale eateries, see a movie, attend a play, listen to a symphony or dance under the stars – all within walking distance of each other? Fort Worth connects with nearby Dallas and other surrounding communities for what is simply known as the “Metroplex,” which boasts a total population of more than 6.1 million to form the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.

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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL DFW QUICK FACTS 4Fort Worth ranks No. 1 among fastest growing cities in Texas; 18th nationally (ranked by CNNmoney.com). 4There are four professional sports teams in DFW (Cowboys, Mavericks, Rangers and Stars). 4Fort Worth is also home to minor league baseball’s Fort Worth Cats. 4There are 21 malls in DFW. 4There are 13 movie theaters in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. 4There are more than 350 restaurants in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. 4An average of 1,150 commercial flights fly in and out of DFW International Airport on a daily basis (to at least 85 cities a day). 4There are 22 airlines that fly in and out of DFW Airport. 4There are approximately 1,500 churches in Dallas/Fort Worth. 4Dallas/Fort Worth is made up of 12 counties (TCU is located in Tarrant County). 4The Metroplex’s total population of nearly 6.1 million residents ranks No. 4 among the top metropolitan areas in the United States. 4There are just under 600,000 people living in Fort Worth. 4The land area of Fort Worth is 293 square miles. 4Approximately 7.5 million people visit Fort Worth each year, bringing $900 million to the local economy. 4Fort Worth is home to Billy Bob’s, the largest honky-tonk in the world. The inside of this landmark is three acres.

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2009-10 BOWL SCHEDULE NEW MEXICO BOWL

BRUT SUN BOWL

Dec. 19, 2009 — 2:30 p.m. — Albuquerque, N.M. — ESPN

Dec. 31, 2009 — Noon — El Paso, Texas — CBS

Mountain West vs. WAC

Big 12/Big East vs. Pac-10

ST. PETERSBURG BOWL

INSIGHT BOWL

Dec. 19, 2009 — 8 p.m. — St. Petersburg, Fla. — ESPN

Dec. 31, 2009 — 6 p.m. — Tempe, Ariz. — NFL Network

Big East vs. Conference USA

Big Ten vs. Big 12

R&L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL

Dec. 20, 2009 — 8 p.m. — New Orleans, La. — ESPN

Dec. 31, 2009 — 7:30 p.m. — Atlanta, Ga. — ESPN

Sun Belt vs. Conference USA

ACC vs. SEC

MAACO LAS VEGAS BOWL

OUTBACK BOWL

Dec. 22, 2009 — 8 p.m. — Las Vegas, Nev. — ESPN

Jan. 1, 2010 — 11 a.m. — Tampa, Fla. — ESPN

Moutain West vs. Pac-10

Big Ten vs. SEC

SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTIA BOWL

CAPITAL ONE BOWL

Dec. 23, 2009 — 8 p.m. — San Diego, Calif. — ESPN Mountain West vs. Pac-10

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SHERATON HAWAII BOWL

KONICA MINOLTA GATOR BOWL

Dec. 24, 2009 — 8 p.m. — Honolulu, Hawaii — ESPN

Jan. 1, 2010 — 1 p.m. — Jacksonville, Fla. — CBS

WAC vs. Conference USA

ACC vs. Big 12/Big East/Notre Dame

MOTOR CITY BOWL

ROSE BOWL presented by CITI

Dec. 26, 2009 — 1 p.m. — Detroit, Mich. — ESPN

Jan. 1, 2010 — 5 p.m. — Pasadena, Calif. — ABC

Big Ten vs. MAC

BCS (Big Ten) vs. BCS (Pac-10)

MEINEKE CAR CARE BOWL

ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL

Dec. 26, 2009 — 4:30 p.m. — Charlotte, N.C. — ESPN

Jan. 1, 2010 — 8:30 p.m. — New Orleans, La. — FOX

ACC vs. Big East

BCS vs. BCS

EMERALD BOWL

INTERNATIONAL BOWL

Dec. 27, 2009 — 8 p.m. — San Francisco, Calif. — ESPN

Jan. 2, 2010 — Noon — Toronto, Ont. — ESPN

ACC vs. Pac-10

Big East vs. MAC

GAYLORD HOTELS MUSIC CITY BOWL

AT&T COTTON BOWL

Dec. 27, 2009 — 8:15 p.m. — Nashville, Tenn. — ESPN

Jan. 2, 2010 — 2 p.m. — Arlington, Texas — FOX

ACC vs. SEC

Big 12 vs. SEC

ADVOCARE V100 INDEPENDENCE BOWL

PAPAJOHNS.COM BOWL

Dec. 28, 2009 — 5 p.m. — Shreveport, La. — ESPN

Jan. 2, 2010 — 2 p.m. — Birmingham, Ala. — ESPN

Big 12 vs. SEC

Big East vs. SEC

EAGLE BANK BOWL

AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL

Dec. 29, 2009 — 4:30 p.m. — Washington D.C. — ESPN

Jan. 2, 2010 — 5:30 p.m. — Memphis, Tenn. — ESPN

ACC vs. Army

Conference USA vs. SEC

CHAMPS SPORTS BOWL

VALERO ALAMO BOWL

Dec. 29, 2009 — 8 p.m. — Orlando, Fla. — ESPN

Jan. 2, 2010 — 9 p.m. — San Antonio, Texas. — ESPN

ACC vs. Big Ten

Big Ten vs. Big 12

ROADY’S HUMANITARIAN BOWL

TOSTITOS FIESTA BOWL

Dec. 30, 2009 — 4:30 p.m. — Boise, Idaho — ESPN

Jan. 4, 2010 — 8 p.m. — Glendale, Ariz. — FOX

Mountain West vs. WAC

BCS vs. BCS

PACIFIC LIFE HOLIDAY BOWL

FEDEX ORANGE

Dec. 30, 2009 — 8 p.m. — San Diego, Calif. — ESPN

Jan. 5, 2010 — 8 p.m. — Miami, Fla. — FOX

Big 12 vs. Pac-10

BCS vs. BCS

TEXAS BOWL

GMAC BOWL

Dec. 30, 2009 — 8 p.m. — Houston, Texas — NFL Network

Jan. 6, 2010 — 7 p.m. — Mobile, Ala. — ESPN

Big 12 vs. Conference USA/Navy

ACC vs. MAC

BELL HELICOPTER ARMED FORCES BOWL

BCS CHAMPIONSHIP presented by CITI

Dec. 31, 2009 — 11 a.m. — Fort Worth, Texas — ESPN

Jan. 7, 2010 — 8 p.m. — Pasadena, Calif. — ABC

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Patterson file Age: ___________________49 (born Feb. 13, 1960) Birthplace:_ __________________ Larned, Kan. Hometown:_ ____________________Rozel, Kan. High School:_____ Pawnee Heights, Kan. (1978) Alma Mater:_____________ Kansas State (1983) Physical Education Master’s Degree: __ ____ Tennessee Tech (1984) Educational Administration Playing Experience:___ Dodge City CC (1978-79) Kansas State (1980-81) MARRIED: ___________________________ Kelsey Children:_ ________________ Josh, Cade, Blake Coaching Experience: 1982_ _____________Kansas State (Graduate Asst.) 1983-84___________ Tennessee Tech (Linebackers) 1986_ __________________UC Davis (Linebackers) 1987_ ______ Cal Lutheran (Defensive Coordinator) 1988_ ________Pittsburg (Kan.) State (Linebackers) 1989-91__________________ Sonoma (Calif.) State (Defensive Coordinator) 1992_ _________________ Oregon Lightning Bolts 1992-94________________ Utah State (Secondary) 1995_ ______________________ Navy (Secondary) 1996-97_________________________ New Mexico (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties) 1998-00_____ TCU (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties) 2000-present_ _______________TCU (Head Coach) Bowl Games: 1982 _________ Independence Bowl (Kansas State) 1993 _______________ Las Vegas Bowl (Utah State) 1997 ___________ Insight.com Bowl (New Mexico) 1998 _________________ Norwest Sun Bowl (TCU) 1999 ______________ Mobile Alabama Bowl (TCU) 2000 _________GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl (TCU) 2001 ___________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002 __________________ AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003 ________ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006 ____________________Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007 _______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ ___________________Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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Since taking over the helm of the Horned Frogs in December 2000, Gary Patterson has become synonymous with TCU football.

In three of its first four seasons in the Mountain West, TCU has set the pace on the all-conference teams. The Frogs had 18 selections in 2005 and 2008, 14 in 2006 and 11 in 2007.

Patterson has led TCU to at least 10 wins five times in the last seven years, including four 11-win campaigns in the past six seasons. No other coach in TCU history has more than two 10-win campaigns.

In his tenure as TCU’s head coach, Patterson has had 21 players drafted with a total of 41 in NFL camps.

The dean of Mountain West Conference coaches, Patterson guided TCU to an 11-2 record in 2008 and a No. 7 ranking in the final AP and USA Today polls. It was the Frogs’ highest season-ending appearance in the polls since 1959. Included in the win total were victories over then-undefeated, top-10 teams BYU and Boise State. It was the first time since 1961 that TCU beat two top-10 opponents in the same season. Patterson’s 73-27 (.730) record is the best mark of any TCU head coach after 100 games. Dutch Meyer, coach of the 1935 and 1938 national championship teams, is second (.665, 6431-5, 1934-40). Patterson’s 73 wins are third on the Frogs’ career victory list and just one behind Abe Martin for second place (74, 1953-66). Patterson’s .730 winning percentage is second among TCU coaches with more than 20 games under their belt and 10th among active coaches in the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly called Division I-A). The Frogs have won four conference titles with Patterson on staff in addition to posting six of the school’s 10 ten-win seasons. He was TCU’s defensive coordinator from 1998-00. During his 11 years on campus, Patterson has seen TCU make 10 bowl appearances. With a 17-16 victory over No. 9 Boise State in the 2008 Poinsettia Bowl, Patterson has led the Frogs to four-straight bowl victories for the first time in school history. TCU is one of just seven schools nationally to have a current bowl winning streak of at least four in a row. TCU is 7-3 in bowl games with Patterson on its coaching staff and 5-3 with him as head coach. Prior to Patterson’s arrival on campus in 1998, the Frogs had just four bowl wins in their history. In 2008, Patterson was one of 15 semifinalists for the George Munger National Coach of the Year Award by the Maxwell Football Club. He was also named to the Paul “Bear” Bryant Watch List for the College Football Coach of the Year. TCU led the nation in total defense (217.8 yards per game) in 2008 for the third time in nine seasons. No other school in the country has finished first in that category as many times as TCU in that span. The Frogs were also first in run defense (47.1 yards), fewest first downs allowed per game (12.1) and time of possession (35:10). TCU was second in scoring defense (11.3 points per game). The Frogs are 11-3 in their last 14 games against teams from leagues with automatic BCS bids, including a 5-2 mark versus the Big 12 the past four seasons. The Frogs were 11th in the final BCS standings in 2008. TCU has appeared in the BCS standings 28 times, trailing only Boise State (34) for the most among schools from a nonautomatic qualifying conference. In eight seasons as a head coach, Patterson has coached 93 all-conference selections, six All-Americans, 10 freshman AllAmericans and one academic All-American.

Patterson became the fastest TCU coach to reach 50 victories (70 games) with a 27-21 win at New Mexico on Nov. 11, 2006. Patterson was the 2002 Conference USA and 2005 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He was a 2003 finalist for Eddie Robinson and Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year honors. He also appeared on the 2006 Bobby Dodd Watch List. An 11-2 record in 2006 included wins over Big 12 opponents Baylor and Texas Tech as well as a 37-7 victory over Northern Illinois in the Poinsettia Bowl. The Frogs’ defense ranked second nationally in run defense (60.8 yards per game) and total defense (234.9 yards per game) while placing third in scoring defense (12.3 points per game). The 2007 defensive unit allowed 323.6 yards per game for the fourth-lowest total during Patterson’s time as head coach. TCU won its last eight games in 2006 for the fourth-best winning streak at the time in the nation, trailing only Boise State (13), BYU (10) and Wisconsin (9). The Frogs’ eight consecutive wins were by an average margin of 24.4 points. During that stretch, the TCU defense allowed per game marks of 10.8 points, 59.6 yards rushing and 185.1 in total offense. In 2005, Patterson led the Frogs to the Mountain West Conference championship in their first season of league play. It was also TCU’s first outright conference championship since 1958. The Frogs posted an 11-1 record for just the fourth 11win season in school history and the second in three years. TCU also recorded its first undefeated league mark (8-0) dating back to 1938. The Frogs opened and closed the 2005 season with victories over Big 12 teams. Following a 27-24 EV1.net Houston Bowl win over Iowa State, Patterson saw TCU climb to ninth in the USA Today poll and 11th in the Associated Press poll. It was TCU’s highest season-ending ranking since 1959. TCU, picked to finish sixth in 2005 preseason MWC polls, opened the campaign with a 17-10 victory at No. 5 Oklahoma. It was TCU’s first win against an opponent ranked that high since a 6-0 victory over No. 1 Texas in 1961. Patterson’s success in 2005 was achieved while playing a total of 21 redshirt or true freshmen, tying for fourth nationally in that category. The 2005 Frog defense led the nation in turnover margin (+21), interceptions (26) and takeaways (40). The offense set a single-season school record with 50 touchdowns while its 398 points scored ranked second all-time at TCU. Setting the pace nationally in defensive categories is nothing new for Patterson. His teams led the country in defense during the 2000 and 2002 campaigns. In 2002, the Frogs


head coach gary patterson allowed only 64.8 rushing yards per game - ranking first in that category as well. TCU has been no stranger to the post-season in the Patterson era. The Frogs have emerged victorious seven times in their run of 10 bowl games in 11 seasons, including a 17-3 win over MWC champion Colorado State in the 2002 AXA Liberty Bowl.

passes and allowed only 19.6 points per game - the fewest points per game in over 30 years. It was accomplished by a team that was 1-10 the previous season. Patterson’s 1999 TCU defense ended the season ranked fifth in the country in total defense. The Frogs posted two shutouts and led the Western Athletic Conference in every major defensive category.

In his first full season as head coach with the Frogs in 2001, Patterson was one of only eight coaches with no previous Division I head coaching experience to lead their teams to bowl appearances. He proceeded to take the Frogs to a bowl in each of his first three years.

In 2000, the Frogs allowed only 245.0 total yards and 9.6 points per game, ranking first in the nation in both categories. Five of Patterson’s players earned first-team all-conference recognition and he was a finalist for the Frank Broyles National Assistant Coach of the Year award.

Patterson’s 10-2 record and conference championship in the 2002 season earned him Conference USA Coach of the Year accolades. The Frogs finished the season ranked 22nd in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll and 23rd in the Associated Press poll.

Prior to his arrival in Fort Worth, Patterson spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator and safeties coach at New Mexico. The Lobos collected 22 total takeaways and three defensive touchdowns in 1996. The next year, in Patterson style, New Mexico improved their total takeaways to 29, including 16 interceptions.

Eleven of Patterson’s 73 career wins came in the Frogs’ 2003 campaign, when TCU climbed as high as sixth in the BCS rankings - the highest ranking at that time for a school from a non-automatic qualifying conference. Under Patterson’s guidance, the Frogs got off to a 10-0 start after opening the season ranked 25th in the Associated Press poll. They finished the season 11-2 and ranked in the top 25 for the second year in a row - the first time that had happened at TCU since the 1950s. His leadership of the 2003 squad made him a finalist for both the Eddie Robinson and Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year honors. He was also named an assistant coach for the Hula Bowl. In 2004, the Frogs finished in the top 20 in the nation in scoring offense, passing offense and total offense. The Patterson chapter of TCU football, however, has been dominated by a tradition of defense. Since 1999, the Frogs have been ranked in the top five nationally in total defense four times. Patterson amassed 18 years as an assistant coach, including three with the Frogs, before taking the torch from Dennis Franchione prior to the 2000 GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl. In 1998, Patterson’s first season at TCU, the Frogs scored a school-record six defensive touchdowns, intercepted 12

A true defensive specialist, Patterson had a similar impact at Navy. In just one season as the Midshipmen’s secondary coach in 1995, he helped elevate the defense in the national rankings. Navy finished 18th in total defense, 17th in scoring defense and 28th in pass defense efficiency. Patterson’s defensive acumen dates back to his own playing days at Kansas State, where he played strong safety and outside linebacker for the Wildcats in 1980 and 1981. He served as a graduate assistant in 1982 and received his bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1983. He took the linebacker coaching position at Tennessee Tech while earning a master’s degree in educational administration in 1984. Patterson has been part of 13 bowl staffs, including one each with Kansas State, Utah State and New Mexico. The other 10 have come at TCU. Aside from being an accomplished Division I head coach, Patterson is also a skilled guitar player. On several occasions, Patterson has entertained TCU fans with his guitar skills at pep rallies around the Fort Worth area. A native of Rozel, Kansas, Patterson is married to the former Kelsey Hayes. He has three sons: Josh, Cade and Blake.

frogs under patterson Situation_ __________________________ Record Score First_____________________________53-15 When Opp. Scores First_ _________________20-12 Lead at the Half__________________________57-9 Trail at the Half_________________________11-16 Tied at the Half___________________________5-2 Lead After 3 Quarters_____________________60-8 Trail After 3 Quarters_ ____________________5-16 Tied After 3 Quarters_ _____________________8-3 Games Decided in OT______________________4-4 300+ yards of Offense_ __________________62-21 100+ Rushing Yards_ ____________________70-17 200+ Rushing Yards_ _____________________36-2 200+ Passing Yards______________________35-17 300+ Passing Yards_______________________10-5 Win Time of Possession_ _________________56-13 Opp. At or Under 300 Total Yards____________48-6 Allow 300+ Total Yards___________________25-21 Opp. Under 100 Rush Yds._ ________________52-7

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Career Coaching Wins at TCU No.___ Coach _ _________________________ Wins 1.____ Dutch Meyer_ _____________________ 109 2.____ Abe Martin_________________________ 74 3.____ Gary Patterson_____________________ 73 4.____ Francis Schmidt_____________________ 47 5.____ Jim Wacker_________________________ 40

Career Games Coached at TCU No.___ Coach_________________________ Games 1.____ Dutch Meyer_ _____________________ 201 2.____ Abe Martin________________________ 145 3.____ Gary Patterson____________________ 100 Jim Wacker________________________ 100 5.____ Pat Sullivan_ _______________________ 67 6.____ F.A. Dry____________________________ 66 7.____ Francis Schmidt_____________________ 57 8.____ Madison A. Bell_ ____________________ 55

career Record Breakdown vs. Conference Opponents________________45-18 vs. Non-Conference Opponents_ ___________28-9 vs. Ranked Opponents_____________________6-6 Home Games_ __________________________39-6 Road Games___________________________29-18 Neutral Site Games________________________5-3 August__________________________________1-1 September_ ____________________________24-9 October________________________________23-7 November______________________________18-7 December_______________________________7-3

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Year______ School_ ____ Won____ Lost_ ____ Pct._____________________Bowl 2000_ ____ TCU__________0_______ 1_______ .000___________ Mobile Alabama 2001_ ____ TCU__________6_______ 6_______ .500________ galleryfurniture.com 2002_ ____ TCU_________ 10_______ 2_______ .833___________________ Liberty 2003_ ____ TCU_________ 11_______ 2_______ .846________________ Fort Worth 2004_ ____ TCU__________5_______ 6_______ .455_________________________ 2005_ ____ TCU_________ 11_______ 1_______ .917__________________ Houston 2006_ ____ TCU_________ 11_______ 2_______ .846_________________ Poinsettia 2007_ ____ TCU__________8_______ 5_______ .615____________________ Texas 2008_ ____ TCU_________ 11_______ 2_______ .846_________________ Poinsettia Totals_ _______________ 73______ 27_ _____ .730_ _______________ (8 Bowls)

Patterson’s Milestone Victories

Win______ Date_________Opponent_ ______ Site____________________ Score 1_______ 9/1/01________North Texas_______ Denton, Texas_ ___________ 19-5 25_______ 11/5/03_______Louisville_________ Fort Worth______________ 31-28 50_______ 11/11/06______New Mexico_ _____ Albuquerque, N.M._ ______ 27-21

Patterson’s Bowl Games

Bowl________________________Opponent_ ___________ W/L_________ Score 2000 Mobile Alabama_ _________Southern Miss___________ L__________ 21-28 2001 galleryfurniture.com_______Texas A&M______________ L___________ 9-28 2002 Liberty__________________Colorado State_ _________ W_ _________ 17-3 2003 Fort Worth_______________Boise State_ ____________ L__________ 31-34 2005 EV1.net Houston__________Iowa State______________ W_ ________ 27-24 2006 Poinsettia________________Northern Illinois_________ W_ _________ 37-7 2007 Texas____________________Houston_ ______________ W_ ________ 20-13 2008 Poinsettia________________Boise State_ ____________ W_ ________ 17-16 8 Bowls in 9 Years____________________________________ 5-3 Record (.625)

Patterson vs. Ranked Opponents

Date_ ___________Opponent_ __________________ W/L_ ____________ Score 8/25/01__________at Nebraska (4)__________________L________________ 7-21 11/23/01_________vs Louisville (17)________________ W_ _____________ 37-22 12/31/02_________Colorado State (23)______________ W_ ______________ 17-3 12/23/03_________vs Boise State (18)________________L_______________ 31-34 11/10/04_________at Louisville (12)_________________L_______________ 28-55 9/03/05__________at Oklahoma (5)_ _______________ W_ _____________ 17-10 9/16/06__________vs Texas Tech (24)_______________ W_ ______________ 12-3 9/8/07___________at Texas (7)_ ____________________L_______________ 13-34 9/27/08__________at Oklahoma (2)_ ________________L_______________ 10-35 10/16/08_________vs. BYU (8)_____________________ W_ ______________ 32-7 11/6/08__________at Utah (9)______________________L_______________ 10-13 12/23/08_________vs. Boise State (9)_ ______________ W_ _____________ 17-16 12 Games___________________________________________ 6-6 Record (.500)

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patterson vs. all opponents

Air Force_ _______________________________________________________ 3-1 Arizona_ ________________________________________________________ 1-0 Army___________________________________________________________ 6-0 Baylor_ _________________________________________________________ 2-0 Boise State_ _____________________________________________________ 1-1 BYU____________________________________________________________ 2-2 Cincinnati_______________________________________________________ 1-2 Colorado State_ __________________________________________________ 5-0 East Carolina_____________________________________________________ 0-2 Houston_ _______________________________________________________ 5-0 Iowa State_______________________________________________________ 1-0 Louisville________________________________________________________ 3-1 Memphis________________________________________________________ 1-0 Navy_ __________________________________________________________ 1-0 Nebraska________________________________________________________ 0-1 New Mexico_ ____________________________________________________ 4-0 North Texas______________________________________________________ 2-0 Northern Illinois__________________________________________________ 1-0 Northwestern____________________________________________________ 2-0 Northwestern State_ ______________________________________________ 0-1 Oklahoma_______________________________________________________ 1-1 San Diego State_ _________________________________________________ 4-0 SMU____________________________________________________________ 6-1 Southern Miss____________________________________________________ 3-2 Stanford_ _______________________________________________________ 2-0 Stephen F. Austin_ ________________________________________________ 1-0 Texas___________________________________________________________ 0-1 Texas A&M_______________________________________________________ 0-1 Texas Tech_______________________________________________________ 1-1 Tulane__________________________________________________________ 2-2 UAB____________________________________________________________ 1-2 UC Davis________________________________________________________ 1-0 UNLV___________________________________________________________ 4-0 USF_ ___________________________________________________________ 1-1 Utah_ __________________________________________________________ 1-3 Vanderbilt_______________________________________________________ 1-0 Wyoming_ ______________________________________________________ 3-1 Total_________________________________________________________ 73-27

Patterson’s Accolades

Date_ _______________________________________________________Honors 2000_ ______________ Frank Broyles National Assistant Coach of the Year finalist 2002_ _________________________________ Conference USA Coach of the Year 2003_ ___________________________ Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year finalist 2003_ ______________________________ Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year finalist 2004_ ______________________________________Assistant Coach – Hula Bowl 2005_ ________________________Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year


TCU INDIVIDUAL HONORS IN THE PATTERSON ERA All-American

Nick Browne (2002) LaMarcus McDonald (2002) Nick Browne (2003) Bo Schobel (2003) Cory Rodgers (2005) Jerry Hughes (2008)

Freshman All-American

Lonta Hobbs (2002) Robert Merrill (2003) Cory Rodgers (2003) Herb Taylor (2003) Tommy Blake (2004) Aaron Brown (2005) Jason Phillips (2005) Nick Sanders (2006) Andy Dalton (2007) Kelly Griffin (2007)

Academic All-American

Nick Browne (2002-2003)

Conference Defensive Player of the Year

LaMarcus McDonald (2002) Tommy Blake (2005) Jerry Hughes (2008)

Conference  Special Teams Player of the Year Nick Browne (2003)

Freshman of the Year

Lonta Hobbs (2002) Aaron Brown (2005)

First Team All-Conference

Victor Payne (2001) Nick Browne (2002) Jason Goss (2002) LaMarcus McDonald (2002) Jamal Powell (2002) Bo Schobel (2002) Anthony Alabi (2003) Nick Browne (2003) Chad Pugh (2003) Bo Schobel (2003) Anthony Alabi (2004) Marvin Godbolt (2004) Cody McCarty (2004) Tommy Blake (2005) Quincy Butler (2005) Chase Ortiz (2005) Cory Rodgers (KR, 2005) Herb Taylor (2005) Michael Toudouze (2005) Tommy Blake (2006) Brian Bonner (RS, 2006)

Chase Ortiz (2006) Jason Phillips (2006) Herb Taylor (2006) Marvin White (2006) Brian Bonner (2007) Chase Ortiz (2007) Robert Henson (2008) Stephen Hodge (2008) Jerry Hughes (2008) Jeremy Kerley (2008) Jason Phillips (2008) Blake Schlueter (2008)

Jeff Ballard (2006) Aaron Brown (2006) Matty Lindner (2006) Stephen Hodge (2007) Jason Phillips (2007) David Roach (2007) Blake Schlueter (2007) Steven Coleman (2008) Cody Moore (2008) Marshall Newhouse (2008) Matt Panfil (2008) Rafael Priest (2008)

Second Team All-Conference

Third Team All-Conference

Jason Goss (2001) LaMarcus McDonald (2001) Chad Pugh (2001) LaTarence Dunbar (2002) Kenneth Hilliard (2002) Chad Pugh (2002) John Turntine (2002) Reggie Harrell (2003) Chase Johnson (2003) Robert Merrill (2003) Mark Walker (2003) Martin Patterson (2004) Drew Coleman (2005) Stephen Culp (2005) Chris Manfredini (2005) Jeremy Modkins (2005) Jason Phillips (2005) Ranorris Ray (2005) Brian Bonner (S, 2006)

Marvin Godbolt (2003) Robert Pollard (2003) Cory Rodgers (2003) Reggie Harrell (2004) Chase Johnson (2004) Cory Rodgers (2004) Mark Walker (2004)

Honorable Mention All-Conference Aaron Brown (2005) Jeff Ballard (2005) Robert Henson (2005) Robert Merrill (2005) Cory Rodgers (WR, 2005) Marvin White (2005) Robert Henson (2006) Lonta Hobbs (2006) Chris Manfredini (2006)

Blake Schlueter (2006) Robert Henson (2007) Chris Manfredini (2007) Marshall Newhouse (2007) Rafael Priest (2007) Derek Wash (2007) Aaron Brown (2008) Marcus Cannon (2008) Andy Dalton (2008) Anson Kelton (2008) Nick Sanders (2008) James Vess (2008) Jimmy Young (2008)

Conference All-Freshman Team Marvin Godbolt (2001) Lonta Hobbs (2002) Ranorris Ray (2002) Robert Merrill (2003) Cory Rodgers (2003) Herbert Taylor (2003) Tommy Blake (2004)

NFL Camps

Anthony Alabi Tommy Blake Brian Bonner Zach Bray Aaron Brown Quincy Butler Drew Coleman Michael DePriest LaTarence Dunbar

Zarnell Fitch Jason Goss Tye Gunn Reggie Harrell David Hawthorne Robert Henson Kenneth Hilliard Stephen Hodge Reggie Holts Chase Johnson Matty Lindner Adrian Madise Cody McCarty LaMarcus McDonald Jeremy Modkins Chase Ortiz Martin Patterson Jason Phillips Robert Pollard Jamal Powell Ranorris Ray Jared Retkofsky David Roach Cory Rodgers Tyrone Sanders Blake Schlueter Bo Schobel Matt Schobel Herb Taylor Michael Toudouze John Turntine Marvin White

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CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ RUNNING BACKS 12th SEASON AT TCU NEW MEXICO, ‘93

anderson file Age:_ __________________ 38 (born Dec. 7, 1970) Hometown:_ ___________________ Tyler, Texas Married:_ ____________________________ Lisa Children:_ ___________________ Aidan and Eli Alma Mater:_____________ New Mexico (1993) Playing Experience: 1990-91___________________Tyler Junior College 1992-93_________________________ New Mexico Coaching Experience: 1994_ _________New Mexico (Graduate Assistant) 1997_ _______________ Tyler J.C. (Running Backs/ Wide Receivers) 1998-00______________ TCU (Graduate Assistant) 2001-2008_______________ TCU (Wide Receivers) 2009 -present____ TCU (Co-Offensive Coordinator/ Running Backs) Bowl Games: 1998_ ________________ Norwest Sun Bowl (TCU) 1999_ _____________ Mobile Alabama Bowl (TCU) 2000_ _______ GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl (TCU) 2001_ _________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002_ _________________AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003_ ______ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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After coming to TCU as a graduate assistant, Jarrett Anderson

Both Harrell and Rodgers rank among the top 10 in school

is in his 12th year overall with the Horned Frogs.

history in career receptions and yards while earning allconference recognition.

In February 2009, Anderson was promoted to co-offensive coordinator. He also became the running backs coach after

In 2006, Quentily Harmon closed his career as TCU’s ninth-

serving as wide receivers coach the previous eight seasons.

leading receiver with 111 catches. In addition, Michael DePriest was signed as a free-agent in 2007 by Indianapolis.

In 2008, sophomore Jimmy Young became the first TCU wide receiver to be named All-Mountain West Conference in the

Prior to assuming his current duties, Anderson served on

Frogs’ four years in the league. Young had 988 yards receiving

the TCU coaching staff as a graduate assistant from 1998-00,

to narrowly miss just the second 1,000-yard season in TCU

working primarily with the Frogs’ offensive line.

history. His 59 receptions tied for the fourth-best total on the Frogs’ single-season chart.

Anderson spent one season (1997) as an assistant coach at Tyler Junior College, where he worked with the running backs

Under Anderson’s tutelage, three TCU receivers in the last

and receivers. He began his collegiate playing career at Tyler

seven years have been drafted by NFL teams.

before transferring to New Mexico. He lettered for the Lobos in both 1992 and 1993.

Cory Rodgers was a fourth-round pick by Green Bay in 2006, while Adrian Madise and LaTarence Dunbar were selected

Anderson graduated from New Mexico in 1993 with a

in the fifth and sixth rounds in 2003 by Denver and Atlanta,

bachelor’s degree in university studies and earned a master’s

respectively. All three finished their careers in the top 10 of

degree in TCU’s MLA program.

various TCU receiving categories. Anderson and his wife, Lisa, have two sons: Aidan and Eli. Reggie Harrell, who signed as a free agent with Dallas, became the school’s first 1,000-yard receiver in 2003. During his three-year career, Rodgers tied Mike Renfro’s career TCU mark of 17 receiving touchdowns.


DICK

B UM PAS

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ DEFENSIVE LINE SIXTH SEASON AT TCU ARKANSAS, ‘73

Dick Bumpas joined TCU in February 2004 as the defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. Bumpas first worked with Horned Frog coach Gary Patterson at Kansas State in the early 1980s. He was the Wildcats’ defensive line coach in 1981 when Patterson was a senior linebacker. Patterson then became a Kansas State graduate assistant in 1982 and joined Bumpas on staff. The duo also worked together at Tennessee Tech (1983-84), Utah State (1992-94) and Navy (1995). At each place, Bumpas was the defensive coordinator while Patterson was a position coach. Bumpas was a 2008 finalist for the Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant coach. TCU led the nation in total defense (217.8 yards per game), run defense (47.1 yards per game) and fewest first downs allowed per game (12.1) while placing second in scoring defense (11.3 points per game) and sacks (43) and fourth in pass efficiency defense (97.9). Bumpas mentored Horned Frog defensive end Jerry Hughes into consensus All-America honors and being a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Ted Hendricks Award. Hughes had never played on defense until arriving at TCU. All four of TCU’s starting defensive linemen in 2008 were named All-MWC. In addition to Hughes being a first-team selection, seniors Cody Moore and Matt Panfil enjoyed their best seasons in 2008 and were both second-team picks. Defensive tackle James Vess was an honorable-mention choice. In 2007, Bumpas was ranked by Rivals.com as the seventhbest defensive coach in the nation. Bumpas coached defensive ends Tommy Blake and Chase Ortiz to first-team All-Mountain West Conference honors in 2005 and 2006. In 2007, Ortiz became TCU’s first threetime first-team all-conference player in 30 years (Mike Renfro, 1975-77). Ortiz signed a free-agent contract with the Cleveland Browns. The 2006 TCU defense ranked second nationally in run defense (60.8 yards per game) and total defense (234.9 ypg.) while placing third in scoring defense (12.3 points per game). Bumpas was nominated for the 2005 Frank Broyles National Assistant Coach of the Year award. He was named the Rivals. com National Defensive Coordinator of the Week following the Horned Frogs’ season-opening 17-10 win at Oklahoma. TCU held the Sooners to 225 yards of total offense and the second-lowest point total in coach Bob Stoops’ tenure in Norman. TCU led the nation in 2005 in turnover margin (+21), interceptions (26) and takeaways (40). The Frogs topped the Mountain West Conference with 41 sacks and allowed just three touchdowns in their final three games, keeping their opponent out of the end zone for 10 quarters from Oct. 29 at San Diego State to the Dec. 31 EV1.net Houston Bowl. In a coaching career that has spanned 30 years, Bumpas has won championships in four different conferences and coached at all three service academies. He has also coached in 15 bowl games.

Bumpas worked at the University of Houston from 1999-02, serving as assistant head coach and linebackers coach and later as co-defensive coordinator, installing the 4-2-5 defense in his initial season. Prior to his stint at Houston, Bumpas worked four seasons at the U.S. Naval Academy as assistant head coach, defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. His 1997 Navy unit ranked sixth in total defense and turnover margin. Bumpas spent three seasons (1992-94) as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Utah State, helping the Aggies to a 1993 Big West Championship and a Las Vegas Bowl victory over Ball State. Other coaching stops include two seasons as defensive line coach at Notre Dame (199092). In 1989, Bumpas coached the defensive line at his alma mater, Arkansas, a team that went on to win a Southwest Conference title and advanced to the 1990 Cotton Bowl. Bumpas coached seven years in the Volunteer state, splitting time between the University of Tennessee (1985-89) as linebackers coach/special teams coordinator and Tennessee Tech (1983-84) as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator. While with the Vols, Bumpas coached three bowl championship teams (1986 Sugar, 1986 Liberty, 1988 Peach) and was part of the Southeastern Conference championship in 1985. Bumpas began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at Arkansas in 1977. From there, he went to the U.S. Military Academy and implemented a new defense under Homer Smith in 1978. Installing new defenses would become a trend for Bumpas, who did the same thing as defensive line coach at the Air Force Academy during a two-year tenure (1979-80) with the Falcons. A native of Fort Smith, Ark., Bumpas received three varsity letters and was a captain for the Razorbacks. He was named SWC Defensive Player of the Year in 1970, earning consensus All-America honors at defensive tackle. He received a Bachelor’s degree in education from Arkansas in 1973. He went on to play tight end and linebacker professionally for the Memphis Southmen in the World Football League and the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League. Bumpas was a 2006 inductee into the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor. Bumpas is married to the former Gloria Surratt.

Bumpas file Age:_ _________________ 59 (born Dec. 19, 1949)

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Hometown:_ _______________ Fort Smith, Ark. Married:_ __________________________ Gloria Alma Mater:________________ Arkansas (1973) Playing Experience: 1969-70____________________________Arkansas 1971_ _____________________All-American Bowl 1974_ _________________ British Columbia Lions 1974-76__________________ Memphis Southmen Coaching Experience: 1977_ ___________ Arkansas (Graduate Assistant) 1978_ __________________ Army (Defensive Line) 1979-80______________ Air Force (Defensive Line) 1981-82___________ Kansas State (Defensive Line) 1983-84______________________ Tennessee Tech (Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach) 1985-88___Tennessee (Linebackers/Special Teams) 1989_ _______________ Arkansas (Defensive Line) 1990-91___________ Notre Dame (Defensive Line) 1992-94__________________________ Utah State (Defensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach) 1995-98_______________________________ Navy (Defensive Coordinator/ Assistant Head Coach /Defensive Line) 1997_ _______________ Blue-Gray All-Star Classic 1999-02____________________________ Houston (Co-Defensive Coord./ Asst. Head Coach/Linebackers) 2003_ _____________________ Western Michigan (Defensive Coord./Linebackers) 2004-present_ __________________________TCU  (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line) Bowl Games: 1969_ __________________Sugar Bowl (Arkansas) 1970_ __________________Sugar Bowl (Arkansas) 1970_ _____________ Blue-Gray Game (Arkansas) 1977_ ________________ Orange Bowl (Arkansas) 1982_ _______ Independence Bowl (Kansas State) 1986_ ________________ Sugar Bowl (Tennessee) 1986_ _______________ Liberty Bowl (Tennessee) 1988_ ________________ Peach Bowl (Tennessee) 1990_ _________________Cotton Bowl (Arkansas) 1991_ ______________Orange Bowl (Notre Dame) 1992_ _______________ Sugar Bowl (Notre Dame) 1993_ _____________ Las Vegas Bowl (Utah State) 1996_ _____________________ Aloha Bowl (Navy) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

Bumpas came to TCU after serving as Western Michigan’s defensive coordinator for one season.

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RUSTY

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WIDE RECEIVERS FIRST SEASON AT TCU SPRINGFIELD, ‘78

BURNS file Age:_ _________________53 (born Sept. 27, 1955) Hometown:_ _________________ Bourne, Mass. Married:_ __________________________ Debra CHILDREN:_ ________________ Kelly and Kirsten Alma Mater:______________ Springfield (1978) Playing Experience: 1974-77__________________________ Springfield Coaching Experience: 1978-79______ Springfield (Offensive Coordinator) 1980-88_____ Connecticut (Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks) 1989-91______________ Cincinnati (Quarterbacks) 1992-93____________ Georgia Tech (Quarterbacks) 1994_ ___________ Georgia Tech (Wide Receivers) 1996-98________Memphis (Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks) 1999-01_______ Wyoming (Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks) 2002-03_______ Cincinnati (Offensive Coordinator/ Wide Receivers/Quarterbacks) 2004-07___________ SMU (Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks) 2009_ ___________________TCU (Wide Receivers) Bowl Games: 2002_ ___________ New Orleans Bowl (Cincinnati)

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Rusty Burns joined the TCU staff as wide receivers coach in

In his final year at Wyoming, Burns had the most improved

February 2009.

offense in the Mountain West Conference.

Burns most recently spent four seasons (2004-07) as the

Burns is a 1978 graduate of Springfield College, where he

offensive coordinator at SMU. The Mustangs set a school

played quarterback. He also has a master’s degree from

record with 29 touchdown passes in 2006, while their 325

Springfield. His first coaching position came at his alma mater

points scored ranked third all-time in SMU history.

as he served two seasons as offensive coordinator upon his graduation.

Burns has also been an offensive coordinator at Cincinnati (2002-03), Wyoming (1999-01), Memphis (1996-98) and

Burns and his wife, Debra, have two daughters: Kelly and

Connecticut (1980-88).

Kirsten.

At Cincinnati, Burns directed a record-setting offensive attack in 2002 that helped lead the Bearcats to the Conference USA championship. Cincinnati set school marks for passing yards (3,649 yards), total offense (5,565 yards) and points (409). The Bearcats led C-USA in passing (260.6) and total offense (397.5) per game. It was Burns’ second stint at Cincinnati. He was the Bearcats’ quarterbacks coach from 1989-91. Burns also served three seasons (1992-94) as an assistant coach at Georgia Tech.


JUSTIN

FUENTE

CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ QUARTERBACKS THIRD SEASON AT TCU MURRAY STATE, ‘99

Justin Fuente joined the TCU football coaching staff in

Fuente set 11 school records at Murray State, including total

February 2007 as running backs coach and was promoted to

offense and passing yards in a game and season. He was

co-offensive coordinator in February 2009. As part of his new

the Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year and

duties, he moves from running backs to quarterbacks coach.

a finalist for the Walter Payton Award, given annually to the

FUENTE file Age:_ _________________ 33 (born July 30, 1976)

nation’s top player in Division I-AA.

Hometown:_ ___________________ Tulsa, Okla.

2008. TCU ranked 12th nationally in rushing despite not

Under Fuente’s direction, Illinois State ranked in the top 10

Married:_ __________________________ Jenny

having a player in the top-96 individually. TCU’s 220.2 yards

nationally in total offense in 2005 and 2006. The Redbirds

per game rushing was its highest mark since 2000, when

placed eighth in 2006 with an average of 397.5 yards per

LaDainian Tomlinson keyed a Frog ground attack that

game after ranking fifth in both total offense (477.6 yards)

averaged 275.6 per game.

and scoring (39.2 points) in 2005.

Fuente coached tailback Aaron Brown into being a sixth-

Fuente coached Redbird quarterback Luke Drone to first-

round selection by the Detroit Lions in the 2009 NFL draft.

team All-Gateway Conference honors as he led the league in

The Horned Frogs defined running back by committee in

passing (227.8 yards) and total offense (231.6 yards). Running Fuente came to TCU after spending the previous six seasons

back Pierre Rembert set an Illinois State single-season record

as quarterbacks coach at Illinois State. His final three years

while ranking sixth nationally in rushing with 1,743 yards

saw him double as the Redbirds’ offensive coordinator.

(134.1 per game).

Fuente played two seasons (1996-97) at Oklahoma under

Following his collegiate career, Fuente played professionally

former TCU quarterbacks coach and then-Sooners offensive

with the Oklahoma Wranglers in the Arena League. A 1999

coordinator Dick Winder. Fuente set an Oklahoma freshman

graduate of Murray State, Fuente is a native of Tulsa, Okla.

record with 11 touchdown passes. He transferred to Murray State for his final two years of eligibility.

Fuente and his wife, Jenny, have a daughter: Cecilia Mae.

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CHILDREN:_ _____________________Cecilia Mae Alma Mater:_____________ Murray State (1999) Playing Experience: 1996-97__________________________ Oklahoma 1998-99________________________ Murray State 2000-01__________________Oklahoma Wranglers Coaching Experience: 2001-03____________ Illinois State (Quarterbacks) 2004-06_________________________ Illinois State (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) 2007-2008________________ TCU (Running Backs) 2009-present_ ___ TCU (Co-Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks) Bowl Games: 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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CHAD

G LAS G O W

SAFETIES NINTH SEASON AT TCU OKLAHOMA STATE, ‘95

glasgow file Age: __________________ 37 (born Jan. 18, 1972) Hometown: _______________ Woodward, Okla. Alma Mater: _ ________ Oklahoma State (1995) Playing Experience: 1990-93______________________ Oklahoma State Coaching Experience: 1994-95______________________ Oklahoma State (Graduate Assistant) 1996_ __________________________ New Mexico (Graduate Assistant) 1997_ __________________________ Illinois State (Linebackers) 1998-00_____________________ Southwest Texas (Safeties) 2001-present_ __________________________TCU  (Safeties) Bowl Games: 2001_ _________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002_ _________________AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003_ ______ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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Chad Glasgow, a member of Gary Patterson’s first staff at TCU,

White and Jeremy Modkins were All-MWC in 2005.

is in his ninth year as the Horned Frogs’ safeties coach. Since arriving at TCU, Glasgow also tutored all-conference With Stephen Hodge being a first-team All-Mountain

safeties Kenneth Hilliard, a free-agent signee with the Buffalo

West Conference selection and Steven Coleman a second-

Bills, and Marvin Godbolt, who inked a professional contract

team pick in 2008, Glasgow has coached 11 all-conference

in the Canadian Football League.

selections at safety for TCU. Glasgow coached safeties, including 2000 Southland Four TCU safeties in the last three seasons have signed

Conference Player of the Year C.J. Carroll, at Southwest Texas

National Football League contracts.

State from 1998-00.

Hodge, who led the nation in sacks by a defensive back with

Prior to his stint at Southwest Texas State, Glasgow spent one

eight in 2007, was a sixth-round draft pick by the Dallas

year at Illinois State as the linebackers coach.

Cowboys. Glasgow also had coaching stops as a graduate assistant at Hodge and David Roach earned All-MWC honors in 2007.

both Oklahoma State (1994-95) under Bob Simmons and

Roach and Brian Bonner signed free-agent contracts with the

New Mexico (1996) with Dennis Franchione. Patterson was

New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers, respectively.

the Lobos’ defensive coordinator that season.

In 2006, Marvin White was first-team All-MWC and later a

A three-year letterwinner, Glasgow played linebacker at

fourth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals. Bonner was

Oklahoma State. He earned a bachelor’s degree from OSU in

a second-team selection.

business administration in 1995.


CLAY

J ENNIN G S

CORNERBACKS SECOND SEASON AT TCU NORTH TEXAS, ‘96

Clay Jennings joined the TCU football staff as cornerbacks

Jennings also worked two years (2001-02) as secondary

coach in January 2008.

coach and recruiting coordinator at Sam Houston State. He helped the Bearkats to a share of the 2001 Southland

In his first season with the Horned Frogs, Jennings coached

Conference championship and the quarterfinal round of the

Rafael Priest into second-team All-Mountain West Conference

NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. At SHSU, Jennings coached All-

honors while Nick Sanders was an honorable-mention pick.

American and Buck Buchanan Award finalist Keith Davis, who

Jennings, who has coached five current NFL defensive backs, came to the Horned Frogs after serving as the cornerbacks coach at Baylor in 2007. Jennings worked two seasons (2005-06) as safeties coach at Houston. He helped the Cougars to back-to-back bowl appearances and the 2006 Conference USA championship. In 2006, Cougars’ free safety Will Gulley earned Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year honors while Brandon Brinkley was named to the league’s all-freshman squad. In his first season at Houston, Jennings saw Rocky Schwartz earn Conference USA third-team all-league honors and Kenneth Fontennette be named an honorable-mention Freshman All-American by The Sporting News. Prior to his two-year stint at Houston, Jennings spent two seasons (2003-04) as the defensive backs coach at LouisianaLafayette, where he helped the Ragin’ Cajuns to a No. 11 national ranking in pass defense. At Louisiana-Lafayette,

just completed his sixth season with the Dallas Cowboys, and

Age:_ __________________ 35 (born Nov. 3, 1973) Hometown:_ __________________ Waco, Texas Married:_ _________________________ Belinda

is now a member of the Oakland Raiders.

CHILDREN:_ ________________ Kirby and Kenzie

Jennings also coached the secondary at Southern Arkansas

Alma Mater:______________North Texas (1996)

(2000), Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa (1999) and Morehouse College in Atlanta (1998). At SAU, Jennings mentored Jordan Babineaux of the Seattle Seahawks. At Morningside, Jennings coached first-team All-American Matt Walker. A four-year letterwinner (1992-95) as a defensive lineman and special teams standout at North Texas, Jennings was a member of the Mean Green’s 1994 Southland Conference championship team and the school’s first NCAA Division I-A squad in 1995. He began his coaching career as a student assistant (1996) and then graduate assistant (1997) at North Texas before moving on to Morehouse. A 1992 graduate of Waco’s La Vega High School and a 1996 North Texas alumnus (bachelor’s of science in kinesiology),

Jennings tutored current NFL players Antwain Spann (New

Jennings and his wife, Belinda, have two children: son Kirby

England Patriots), C.C. Brown (Houston Texans) and Michael

and daughter Kenzie.

Adams (Arizona Cardinals).

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Playing Experience: 1992-95_________________________ North Texas Coaching Experience: 1996_ __________ North Texas (Student Assistant) 1997_ _________ North Texas (Graduate Assistant) 1998_ ________________ Morehouse (Secondary) 1999_ _______________ Morningside (Secondary) 2000_ __________ Southern Arkansas (Secondary) 2001-02___________________ Sam Houston State (Secondary/Recruiting Coordinator) 2003-04________ Louisiana-Lafayette (Secondary) 2005-06____________________ Houston (Safeties) 2007_ ___________________ Baylor (Cornerbacks) 2008-present_ ______________TCU (Cornerbacks) BOWL GAMES 2005_ ______________ Fort Worth Bowl (Houston) 2006_ _________________ Liberty Bowl (Houston) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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DAN

SHAR P

TIGHT ENDS/ SPECIAL TEAMS NINTH SEASON AT TCU TCU, ‘85

SHARP file

One of the more popular players to ever don the Purple and

In the last three seasons, three tight ends (Chad Andrus, Brent

White, Dan Sharp is in his ninth year during his second stint as

Hecht, Shae Reagan) have been inducted into the National

Age:_ __________________ 47 (born Feb. 5, 1962)

an assistant coach at his alma mater. He doubles as the tight

Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society for academic

ends and special teams coach.

excellence.

A 2005 inductee into the TCU Lettermen’s Hall of Fame, Sharp

TCU tight ends totaled seven touchdowns on 33 receptions

returned to the Horned Frogs’ staff in 2001 as the tight ends

in 2006.

Hometown:_ _________________ Boerne, Texas Married:_ __________________________ Cindy Children:_ ___________ Alexandra and Andrea Alma Mater:____________________ TCU (1985) Master’s Degree:_______________ TCU (1992) Playing Experience: 1981-84________________________________TCU 1986-87______________________ Atlanta Falcons Coaching Experience: 1989-90______________ TCU (Graduate Assistant) 1991_ __________________ TCU (Defensive Ends) 1992-96_____________________ TCU (Tight Ends) 1997_ __________________ TCU (Defensive Ends) 1998-00________ Tulsa (Tight Ends/Special Teams) 2001-present_ ___ TCU (Tight Ends/Special Teams)

coach and special teams coordinator. He previously coached for seven seasons at TCU before heading to Tulsa in 1998.

in the third round of the 2002 National Football League draft In 2008, Sharp mentored freshmen Anson Kelton and Ross respectively, for TCU.

In 2004, Cody McCarty garnered first-team all-league honors.

Kelton earned All-Mountain West Conference honors as 30 of

Sharp previously coached at TCU (1991-97) under both Jim

his 54 punts (55.6 percent) were placed inside the opponent

Wacker and Pat Sullivan. He mentored the tight ends for five

20 with just seven touchbacks. He had a 41.3 average. Evans

years and handled the defensive ends for two seasons. Before

made 16-of-20 field goals, including a 50-yard effort on his

joining the TCU staff on a full-time basis, Sharp served as a

first collegiate attempt, and was the only freshman among

graduate assistant under Wacker.

the semifinalists for the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top placekicker.

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Sharp was a tight end on TCU’s 1984 team which went 8-3 and earned a trip to the Bluebonnet Bowl. He had a key

Sharp coached TCU placekicker and three-time All-Mountain

touchdown reception in a 32-31 win at Arkansas, the Frogs’

West Conference selection Chris Manfredini to a 47-of-54

first victory in Fayetteville in 29 years.

punter Derek Wash was an honorable-mention All-MWC choice in 2007 with a 42.5 average.

In addition to providing outstanding blocking for TCU’s vaunted running game, Sharp earned All-Southwest Conference honors in 1984 as he caught 42 passes for 596

Placekicker Nick Browne and punter Joey Biasatti were

yards and seven touchdowns. He spent two years in the NFL

semifinalists for the Lou Groza and Ray Guy Awards,

with the Atlanta Falcons before returning to TCU in 1988.

respectively, during the 2002 campaign. Browne earned AllAmerica honors and was the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year in 2003. TCU’s special teams have also produced four consecutive first-team All-MWC return specialists in Jeremy Kerley (2008), Brian Bonner (2007, 2006) and Cory Rodgers (2005).

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and the 67th player selected overall.

Evans as they handled the punter and placekicker duties,

mark on field goals in three seasons (2005-07). Additionally,

Bowl Games: 1984_ _________________Bluebonnet Bowl (TCU) 1994_ ______________ Independence Bowl (TCU) 2001_ _________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002_ _________________AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003_ ______ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

Under Sharp’s leadership, Matt Schobel was the second pick

He received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from TCU in 1985 and his master’s degree in liberal arts in 1992. Sharp and his wife, Cindy, both natives of Boerne, Texas, are the parents of two daughters: Alexandra and Andrea.


TONY

TADEMY

LINEBACKERS FIFTH SEASON AT TCU LOUISIANA TECH, ‘83

Tony Tademy joined the TCU football staff in June 2005.

Prior to arriving at TCU, Tademy spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator at McKinney (Texas) High School.

Tademy has coached at least two All-Mountain West Conference selections in each of his first four years. Three

Tademy has been in the coaching profession since earning

Horned Frog linebackers in the last two seasons are now in

his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Louisiana Tech

the National Football League.

in 1983. While an undergrad, he played linebacker and helped

TADEMY file Age:_ ________________ 50 (born March 1, 1959) Hometown:_ ______________ Jacksonville, Ark.

the Bulldogs to a pair of Independence Bowl appearances.

Married:_ __________________________ Maria

team All-MWC and NFL draft selections. Phillips was the first

Tademy’s first full-time assistant coaching stint came at VMI

Children:_ __________________ A.J. and Victor

pick in the fifth round by the Baltimore Ravens, while Henson

from 1985-86 when current TCU assistant head coach and

was a sixth-round choice by the Washington Redskins.

offensive line coach Eddie Williamson was the Keydets’ head

In 2008, Jason Phillips and Robert Henson were both first-

coach. Phillips became the first defensive player in MWC history to be a first- or second-team all-conference selection in four

Tademy coached the 1987 season at Louisiana Tech, serving

consecutive seasons. Henson was an honorable-mention pick

as the inside linebackers coach. He later became the offensive

his first three years before becoming a first-team honoree as

line and specialists coach at Howard University, where he also

a senior.

coached linebackers and was the recruiting coordinator.

Phillips was named by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football as the

Tademy spent three seasons (1994-96) at the University of

state’s Best Linebacker in 2007, while David Hawthorne, a

Houston, working with the defensive ends under coach Kim

three-year starter (2005-07), signed a free-agent contract

Helton and helping the Cougars to the 1996 Liberty Bowl.

with the Seattle Seahawks. Tademy returned to the high school ranks as an assistant In Tademy’s first season (2005) TCU’s top three linebackers

coach at Texas City (Texas) High School from 1997-98,

featured a pair of redshirt freshmen (Phillips and Henson) and

before taking over as the defensive coordinator at Louisiana-

a sophomore (Hawthorne). The Frogs were still able to post

Lafayette from 1999-01. He spent one season as the defensive

an 11-1 record with a defensive unit that led the nation in

coordinator at Blinn College before becoming the defensive

turnover margin (+21), interceptions (26) and takeaways (40).

coordinator at McKinney in 2003.

Phillips became the first freshman defensive player in MWC history to be named first- or second-team all-conference. He

A Jacksonville, Ark., native, Tademy and his wife, Maria, have

was also a Freshman All-American.

two sons: A.J. and Victor.

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Alma Mater:___________ Louisiana Tech (1983) Playing Experience: 1977-80_______________________ Louisiana Tech Coaching Experience: 1981-82_________ Louisiana Tech (Student Coach) 1983-84_________ Mississippi (Graduate Assistant) 1985_ _____________________ VMI (Linebackers) 1986_ ___________________ VMI (Defensive Line) 1987_ _______ Louisiana Tech (Inside Linebackers) 1989_ _______ Howard (Specialists/Offensive Line) 1990-91_________________ Howard (Linebackers) 1992_ ______Northeast Louisiana (Defensive Line) 1993_ __________ Suitland (Md.) HS (Head Coach) 1994-96______________Houston (Defensive Ends) 1997-98________Texas City (Texas) HS (Tight Ends) 1999-01___________________ Louisiana-Lafayette (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) 2002_ _________________________ Blinn College (Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers) 2003-04__________________ McKinney (Texas) HS (Defensive Coordinator) 2005-present_ ______________ TCU (Linebackers) Bowl Games: 1977_ ______Independence Bowl (Louisiana Tech) 1978_ ______Independence Bowl (Louisiana Tech) 1996_ _________________ Liberty Bowl (Houston) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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EDDIE

W ILLIAMSON

ASSISTANT HEAD COACH/ OFFENSIVE LINE NINTH SEASON AT TCU DAVIDSON, ‘74

WILLIAMSON file

A veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks, Eddie Williamson is

With four new starters on the offensive line in 2006, TCU

in his ninth season at TCU as the offensive line coach. He was

allowed just 13 sacks. It was the lowest total in the MWC and

Age:_ _________________ 57 (born Dec. 11, 1951)

given the additional title of assistant head coach in 2002.

tied for the sixth-best mark nationally. In 2005, with three

Hometown:_ ________________Pendleton, S.C.

Williamson has coached 11 All-Mountain West Conference

Married:_ ___________________________ Patty Children:_ _____ Eddie III, Carrie Beth and Tricia Alma Mater:________________Davidson (1974) Master’s Degree:____________ Furman (1976)

new starters, the Frogs surrendered the league’s secondfewest sacks.

selections over the last four seasons. Four of his former TCU linemen are active in the National Football League.

With Williamson’s troops paving the way, TCU has produced a pair of 1,000-yard rushers in the last eight seasons.

In 2008, center Blake Schlueter was a first-team All-MWC pick and a seventh-round choice by the Denver Broncos in the NFL

Williamson came to TCU from Wake Forest, where he served

Draft. Tackles Marshall Newhouse and Marcus Cannon earned

as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. He

second-team and honorable-mention honors, respectively.

joined the WFU staff in January 2000.

They helped TCU lead the nation in time of possession (35:10)

Playing Experience: 1971-73___________________________ Davidson Coaching Experience: 1974-75_____________________________Furman (Graduate Assistant/Linebackers) 1976_ _____ North Carolina (Academic Counselor) 1977_ ________________ Furman (Offensive Line) 1978-82_________________ Duke (Offensive Line) 1983_ _________________ Baylor (Offensive Line) 1984_ ________________ Georgia (Offensive Line) 1985-88____________________ VMI (Head Coach) 1989-90_________ South Carolina (Offensive Line) 1991-92_________________________ Wake Forest (Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line) 1993-97_______________________ North Carolina (Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line) 1998_ _______________________________ Baylor (Offensive Coord./Quarterbacks) 1999_ _______________________ Texas Southern (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks) 2000_ __________________________ Wake Forest (Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line) 2001_ ___________________ TCU (Offensive Line) 2002-present_ __________________________TCU  (Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line) Bowl Games: 1976_ _____________ Peach Bowl (North Carolina) 1983_ _______________ Bluebonnet Bowl (Baylor) 1984_ ___________________Citrus Bowl (Georgia) 1992_ ________Independence Bowl (Wake Forest) 1993_ _____________ Gator Bowl (North Carolina) 1994_ _______________ SunBowl (North Carolina) 1995_ __________ CarQuest Bowl (North Carolina) 1997_ _____________ Gator Bowl (North Carolina) 1998_ _____________ Gator Bowl (North Carolina) 2001_ _________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002_ _________________AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003_ ______ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ ___________________ Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ ___________________ Poinsetia Bowl (TCU)

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while setting school records for points scored (437) and

Williamson also served as an assistant coach at Texas

touchdowns (56).

Southern, Baylor, North Carolina, Wake Forest, South Carolina, Georgia, Duke and Furman.

Schlueter was a second-team All-MWC performer in 2007 with Newhouse an honorable-mention choice.

Williamson also has experience as a head coach, serving in that role at VMI from 1985-88.

Tackle Herb Taylor was a two-time first-team All-MWC selection (2005-06) before the Kansas City Chiefs made him

A part of 16 bowl teams, Williamson’s college coaching career

a sixth-round draft pick.

began soon after graduating from Davidson College in 1974.

Michael Toudouze, also a tackle, was first-team All-MWC and

A native of Pendleton, S.C., Williamson was a standout

a fifth-round selection of the Indianapolis Colts. He earned a

linebacker at Davidson (1971-73). He graduated in 1974 and

Super Bowl championship ring as a rookie (2006).

went on to earn his master’s degree from Furman in 1976.

Anthony Alabi was a fifth-round pick of the Miami Dolphins

Williamson and his wife, Patty, have three children: Eddie III,

in 2005.

Carrie Beth and Tricia.


DON

SOMMER

HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH NINTH SEASON AT TCU UTEP, ‘87

Don Sommer is in his ninth year as TCU’s head strength and

Sommer is a graduate of the University of Texas-El Paso with a

conditioning coach after arriving on campus in January 2001.

bachelor’s degree in education. He was a four-year letterman

He was named the 2008 National Strength and Conditioning

and starter for the Miners’ football squad before playing

Coach of the Year by footballscoop.com.

professionally with the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts.

In his capacity, Sommer is responsible for the overall direction,

Sommer returned to the classroom following his playing

design and implementation of strength and conditioning

career and earned his master’s degree in health education

programs for all 20 sports at TCU.

from Missouri.

In the 2005-06 athletics season, TCU led the nation with

Sommer and his wife, Cindy, have two children: Dayne and

five football players and a total of 10 student-athletes

Kaylin.

receiving All-America honors from the National Strength and

SOMMER file Age:_ __________________ 45 (born Feb. 1, 1964)

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Hometown:_ _________________Bellaire, Texas Married:_ __________________________ Cindy Children:_ ________________Dayne and Kaylin Alma Mater:___________________ UTEP (1987) Master’s Degree:___________ Missouri (1991)

Conditioning Association (NSCA). Sommer came to TCU after serving in a similar capacity at the University of Missouri for two years. He had been part of the Tiger program since 1989, serving first as a graduate assistant for two years before assuming the assistant strength and conditioning coaching post in 1991. Sommer was one of 10 individuals to receive the prestigious certification of “Master Strength & Conditioning Coach” at the 2003 Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCA) national conference. He joined the existing 26 Master Strength & Conditioning Coaches, bringing the total number of MSCCs in the world to 36 at the time of his certification.

Playing Experience: 1982-85_______________________________UTEP 1986-88_________________________ Buffalo Bills 1988_ _____________________ Indianapolis Colts Coaching Experience: 1989_ ____________ Missouri (Graduate Assistant) 1991-99____________________________ Missouri (Assistant Strength & Conditioning) 1999-01____________________________ Missouri (Strength & Conditioning Coach) 2001-present_ __________________________TCU  (Strength & Conditioning Coach) Bowl Games: 1997_ _________________Holiday Bowl (Missouri) 1998_ _____________ Insight.com Bowl (Missouri) 2001_ _________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002_ _________________AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003_ ______ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ _____________EV1.net Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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MIKE

SIN Q UEFIELD

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS 15TH SEASON AT TCU LSU, ‘92

SINQUEFIELD file Age:_ __________________ 40 (born Oct. 7, 1968) Hometown:_ ___________________LaPlace, La. Married:_ ___________________________ Alisa Children:_ _________________________ Kaleb Alma Mater: _ __________________ LSU (1992) Experience: 1992-94______East Carolina (Equipment Manager) 1995-00_____________ TCU (Equipment Manager) 2001-present_ ____ TCU (Director of Football Ops) Bowl Games: 1986_ ______________________ Sugar Bowl (LSU) 1987_ ______________________ Gator Bowl (LSU) 1988_ ________________ Hall of Fame Bowl (LSU) 1994_ ______ St. Jude Liberty Bowl (East Carolina) 1998_ ________________ Norwest Sun Bowl (TCU) 1999_ _____________ Mobile Alabama Bowl (TCU) 2000_ _______ GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl (TCU) 2001_ _________ galleryfurniture.com Bowl (TCU) 2002_ _________________AXA Liberty Bowl (TCU) 2003_ ______ PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl (TCU) 2005_ _____________EV1.net Houston Bowl (TCU) 2006_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU) 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

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Mike Sin­que­field is in his ninth season as the director of football operations and 15th year overall at TCU. Sinquefield’s broad range of responsibilities include office management and administration, game day responsibilities, liaison with various athletic and university departments, team travel and recruiting visitations. Sinquefield

previously

served

as

the

athletics

equip­ment manager at TCU. In that role, he was responsible for maintaining and requisitioning athletic equipment for outfitting the Horned Frog student-athletes. Prior to his arrival in Fort Worth, Sin­que­field spent the pre­vi­ ous three years in a similar capacity at East Caro­li­na University in Greenville, N.C. As an un­der­grad­u­ate, Sinquefield served as a stu­dent equipment man­ag­er and student ath­let­ic train­er at LSU. He earned his bachelor of general studies degree from LSU in 1992. Sinquefield is a native of LaPlace, La. He and his wife, Alisa, have a son: Kaleb.


CHRIS

G ILLERT

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS THIRD SEASON AT TCU UT TYLER, ‘00 Chris Gillert is in his third year with TCU and second season as

Prior to his tenure at Trinity Valley, Gillert worked two years as

assistant director of operations.

the wide receivers coach at Canton (Texas) High School

Gillert previously served as a graduate assistant coach for the

A 2000 graduate of UT Tyler, Gillert was a two-year starter at

Frog offense in 2007. He originally came to TCU in January

tight end for Abilene Christian (1994-95).

GILLERT file Age:_ _________________ 32 (born Aug. 15, 1975)

2007 as the graduate assistant for video.

Hometown:_ _________________ Athens, Texas Alma Mater:_________________ UT Tyler (2000)

Gillert helps coordinate team travel and organizes and

Master’s Degree:_______________ TCU (2008)

maintains the recruiting database. He also serves as a liason

Playing Experience: 1994-95_____________________ Abilene Christian

to high schools and junior colleges for recruiting purposes and serves as the pro scout contact.

Coaching Experience: 2005-06________________Trinity Valley (Texas) CC (Wide Receivers) 2007_ __________ TCU (Graduate Assistant-Video) 2007_ ________ TCU (Graduate Assistant-Offense) 2008-present_ ___ TCU (Assistant Director of Ops.)

Gillert previously served two years as the wide receivers coach at Trinity Valley (Texas) Community College. He helped lead the Cardinals to 2005 conference, region and Pilgrim’s Pride Bowl championships. Trinity Valley topped the Southwest Junior College Football Conference that season in total offense with 386 yards per game.

Bowl Games: 2007_ ______________________ Texas Bowl (TCU) 2008_ __________________ Poinsettia Bowl (TCU)

In 2005, Gillert coached the top two and four of the conference’s top-10 receivers.

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HAV ERT Y

GRADUATE ASSISTANT - DEFENSE THIRD SEASON AT TCU TEXAS TECH, ‘04 Former Texas Tech All-America wide receiver Trey Haverty is in his third season as a graduate

As a senior at Texas Tech in 2004, Haverty led the Big 12 in receptions (77) while placing

assistant with the TCU defense.

second in receiving yards (1,019). He was a second-team All-American by Sports Illustrated and a third-team Associated Press pick.

Haverty joined the Horned Frogs after serving as wide receivers coach at Cisco Junior College in 2006. His first coaching position was at Midlothian High School in 2005.

Haverty had 110 receptions for 1,326 yards and seven touchdowns in his Red Raider career (2001-04).

ADAM

LE C HTEN B ER G

GRADUATE ASSISTANT - OFFENSE THIRD SEASON AT TCU NEBRASKA, ‘02 Adam Lechtenberg is in his second season as a graduate assistant with the TCU offense and

Lechtenberg was also a graduate assistant for two seasons at Wayne State College in Wayne,

his third year overall in the Horned Frog football program.

Neb. His coaching responsibilities included wide receivers and kickoff returners. He also doubled as the team’s video coordinator.

Lechtenberg came to TCU in August 2007 as a graduate assistant for video prior to moving to offense during spring practice. Among a myriad of duties, Lechtenberg’s current

Lechtenberg has also taught and coached on the high school level. He has worked several

responsibilities include assisting in the breakdown of opponent film and creating scouting

football camps through the years, including TCU in 2004.

reports. He also works with the offensive line. A native of Butte, Neb., Lechtenberg was a standout athlete at Butte High School. He earned A 2002 graduate of the University of Nebraska, Lechtenberg came to TCU after serving as the

first-team All-State honors at quarterback and posted a 35-3 record as the starting signal

running backs coach and video coordinator at Truman State University in Kirksville, Mo.

caller. He was also an honorable-mention All-State basketball player and a state medalist in track and field.

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TCU FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

BEN

ANGELEY

DONNA

BIASATTI

LEWIS

MIKE

MAPLES

Graduate Assistant— Video

MATT

Equipment Manager

Administrative Assistant to Coach Patterson

Video Coordinator

MARK

DEBREAUX

Assistant Video Coordinator

MARK

MILLER

Assistant Equipment Manager

DAVID

GABLE

Head Football Trainer

MATT

PARKER

Associate Strength Coach

GISELE

KATES

Administrative Assistant

CHRIS

UCHACZ

Director of Athletic Academic Services

BRANDON LECHTENBERG Graduate Assistant— Video

SHAWN

WORTHEN

Assistant Director of Athletic Academic Services

TCU’S ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES Mike Adams_ ___________________1972-73 Jarrett Anderson_____________ 2001-pres. Steve Armstrong_________________1983-89 David Bailiff_____________________2001-03 Phil Bennett_ _____________________ 1997 Jerry Boudreaux_________________1971-73 Andy Bourgeois_ ________________1971-72 Buster Brannon__________________1949-54 Steve Brickey____________________1993-97 Scott Brown_ ___________________1983-91 Mike Brumbelow_ _______________1936-41 Dick Bumpas________________ 2004-pres. Rusty Burns_________________ 2009-pres. Bud Casey______________________1994-97 Steve Casteel_____________________ 1978 Russell Coffee___________________1971-73 Pete Cordelli______________________ 1979 Kurt Crain_ _______________________ 1992 Milton Daniel_ ____________________ 1915 Jim Dawson_ ___________________1983-86 Bob DeBesse____________________1983-91 Dan Dodd______________________1998-99 Marc Dove______________________1988-91 Chuck Driesbach___________________ 2001 Kasey Dunn_______________________ 2003 Stan Eggen_____________________1998-00 Hunter Enis_____________________1964-66 Bobby Etheredge________________1992-93 Bob Fello_______________________1994-97 Clyde Flowers___________________1946-49 Mal Fowler_ ____________________1962-64 Charlie Frazier___________________1977-82 Dick Frey_________________________ 1976 Justin Fuente________________ 2007-pres. Chip Garber______________________ 1991 Richard Garrison_________________1979-81

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Willie Mack Garza________________2001-03 Ken Gire_______________________1974-75 Chad Glasgow_______________ 2001-pres. Bob Griffin______________________1979-80 Ben Griffith_______________________ 1989 Frank Grimm____________________1977-80 Howard Grubbs_ ________________1934-37 Vernon Hallbeck_________________1958-63 John Harville______________________ 1967 Mark Hatley_____________________1977-82 Jim Bob Helduser________________1998-00 Gene Henderson_ _________________ 1970 Pat Henderson_ _________________1994-96 Reggie Herring__________________1992-93 Pete Hoener_ ___________________1992-97 Mike Hudson____________________1977-78 Jamie Hunter_ __________________1977-82 Don Jackson____________________1964-70 Clay Jennings_ ______________ 2008-pres. Paul Jette_ _____________________1992-93 Rick Johnson______________________ 1987 Bob Junko______________________1977-82 Dutch Kline_______________________ 1936 Carl Knox_______________________1952-53 Les Koenning_ ____________________ 2000 Hank Kotzur_ ___________________1983-87 Marvin Kristynik_________________1971-73 Marvin Lasater_ _________________1967-76 Don Lawrence___________________1974-75 Earl Leggett_____________________1972-73 Rocky Long_____________________1988-90 Bob Loose______________________1974-76 Dan Lounsbury____________________ 2001 Tommy Lucas_ ____________________ 1971 Abe Martin_ ____________________1943-52 Noel Mazzone___________________1985-91

David McGinnis___________________ 1982 Charles McMillian________________2004-07 Hub McQuillan__________________1941-50 Dutch Meyer____________________1929-33 Curtis Modkins__________________1996-97 Tom Mueller_ ___________________1983-92 Hugh Nall_ _____________________1989-94 Charlie North_ ____________________ 2000 Kyle Nystrom___________________2002-04 Joe Pannunzio_ _________________1990-91 Mark Parks______________________1998-00 Gary Patterson_ _________________1998-00 John Payne_____________________1981-82 Ronnie Peoples____________________ 1979 Tom Perry_ _____________________1983-86 Tookie Perry_ _____________________ 1977 Alec Pittman____________________1980-82 Ted Plumb______________________1968-70 Kenith Pope_ ___________________1998-00 Tommy Raye______________________ 1993 Harvey Reeves_ _________________1967-70 Steve Reid________________________ 1976 Dean Renfro_ ___________________1974-76 Harold Richardson_ ______________1977-78 Charlie Rizzo____________________1992-97 Walter Roach____________________1938-66 Tommie Robinson_ ______________1994-97 Don Ross_________________________ 1954 Tommy Runnels_ ________________1972-76 Mike Schultz__________________1998-2008 Kenneth Scott___________________1967-70 Ray Sewalt______________________1981-87 Dan Sharp_ _________1990-97, 2001-pres. Jim Shofner_______________________ 1966 Ralph Smith_ ___________________1971-73 John Somsky____________________1977-80

Bob Stanley_______________________ 1982 Tony Tademy________________ 2005-pres. Clifford Taft_____________________1968-70 Fred Taylor_____________________1953-66 Tim Teykl_______________________1983-88 Jimmy Thomas__________________1974-76 Mel Thomas_ ___________________1972-75 Guy Shaw Thompson_____________1966-67 Bill Thornton____________________1983-88 Chris Thurmond_____________ 1995, ‘98-00 Billy Tohill_ _______________________ 1971 Mark Tommerdahl_ ______________1998-00 Pat Washington_________________1992-93 Mike Westhoff_____________________ 1981 Allie White______________________1950-70 Charlie Williams_ ________________1988-91 Greg Williams_ __________________1977-78 Eddie Williamson_ ___________ 2001-pres. Dick Winder____________________2002-06 Raymond Wolf_ _________________1929-35 Junior Wren_____________________1974-76 Frank Young_ ___________________1972-73


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SENIOR I 6-3 I 257 I 3L

SUGAR LAND, TEXAS AUSTIN HS CONSENSUS FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICAN IN 2008

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

A 2008 consensus All-American … named to All-America teams by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, Associated Press, ESPN. com, SI.com, CollegeFootballNews.com and Rivals.com … one of five finalists for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy honoring the nation’s top defensive player … was also a finalist for the Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award … a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award given to the best defensive player in college football … named as one of 15 “Players to Watch” (and one of just five defensive players) for the Walter Camp Football Foundation’s 2008 Player of the Year award … led the nation with 15 sacks and six forced fumbles … tied for eighth in the country with 19.5 tackles for loss while tying for ninth with three fumbles recoveries … had two interceptions, including one returned 24 yards for a touchdown at SMU … anchored the nation’s top-ranked defense … his final sack of the year, with five minutes to play in the Poinsettia Bowl, helped preserve the Horned Frogs’ 17-16 victory over then-No. 9 Boise State … it came with the Broncos having a third-and-8 at the TCU 12 and trailing 17-13 … placed fifth on TCU with 52 tackles … the 15 sacks set a Mountain West Conference record while ranking second at TCU behind only the 17 by Bo Schobel in 2003 … Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a unanimous first-team All-MWC selection … a three-time Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week, tying the league record for most times receiving that award in a season … the 113 yards lost on his 15 sacks broke Schobel’s TCU record (101) from 2003 … the 125 yards lost on 19.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage established another school mark … set an MWC record with four sacks to go with two forced fumbles in a 32-7 win over then-No. 8 BYU … his performance that night earned him National Defensive Player of the Week honors from the Walter Camp Football Foundation and the Football Writers Association of America/Bronko Nagurski Trophy … was also the MWC Defensive Player of the Week … a Midseason All-American by Sporting News … started all 13 games … began the year with his first MWC Defensive Player of the Week award in a 26-3 win at New Mexico … totaled six tackles, including 1.5 for loss, with a sack, forced fumble, fumble recovery and interception … his effort against the Lobos came in just his second collegiate start … had a fumble recovery in each of the opening three games … his second interception of the season was returned 24 yards for a touchdown in the 48-7 victory at SMU … had two-sack games in wins over San Diego State, Colorado State and UNLV … added a forced fumble against the Rebels in addition to tipping a pass that was intercepted by Robert Henson … named the MWC Defensive Player of the Week at UNLV … totaled 2.5 tackles for loss, including a sack, with a forced fumble and fumble recovery in the 31-14 victory over Stanford … posted a season-best seven tackles at Oklahoma … had a tackle for loss in all but one game and a sack in nine of 13 contests … recorded four games with multiple sacks.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Saw action in all 13 games as a sophomore ... made his first collegiate start in the 37-0 victory over New Mexico ... tied for eighth among Frogs with 3.5 tackles for loss... also one of only 14 players with at least 30 total stops on the season... had a sack for a 13-yard loss as part of a career-high eight tackles, including 1.5 for a loss, in a 21-7 win against SMU ... also had stops for negative yards at Texas and San Diego State ... recorded an interception on the game’s opening series at Wyoming ... it was the first pick by a TCU defensive lineman since Chase Ortiz in the 2006 season opener at Baylor ... posted three stops versus Air Force, Colorado State and UNLV ... recorded two tackles in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... had at least one tackle in every contest.

2006 I FRESHMAN SEASON

One of four true freshmen to see action … his first collegiate sack went for a 9-yard loss in the 31-17 win at Army … had a solo tackle against San Diego State … assisted on a stop versus Air Force.

HIGH SCHOOL

A unanimous first-team All-District 20-5A selection at running back as a senior ... was also honorable mention 5A All-State ... rushed for 1,412 yards and 19 touchdowns ... totaled 215 yards receiving with three additional scores ... was also first-team all-district as a kick returner ... named to the Herald Coaster all-area team ... a second team Greater Houston Class 5-A All Area pick ... an Offensive Finalist of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Greater Houston ... selected as FB Austin’s Offensive Most Valuable Player as well as garnering the Offensive Back-Receiver Award his senior year ... voted Most Athletic in his senior class ... a three-year letterman in football ... also lettered in baseball ... chose TCU over Arizona State, Baylor, Iowa State, Missouri and North Texas.

PERSONAL

Parents are Jerry Hughes Sr. and Pam Hughes … a communications major.

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HUGHES’ CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 10/0 13/1 13/13 36/14

Defensive

UT 2 18 31 51

AT 1 12 21 34

TT 3 30 52 85

TFL QBS INT 1.0-9 1.0-9 0 3.5-18 1.0-13 1 19.5-125 15.0-113 2 24.0-152 17.0-135 3

PBU 0 0 1 1

HUGHES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 8 vs. SMU, 2007 Solo Tackles: 4, 4x; vs. SMU in 2007; vs. BYU, at UNLV, vs. Air Force in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 4.0-14 vs. BYU in 2008 Sacks: 4.0-14 vs. BYU in 2008 Interceptions: 1, 3x; at Wyoming in 2007; at New Mexico, at SMU in 2008 Pass Breakups: 1 at UNLV in 2008 Forced Fumbles: 2 vs. BYU in 2008 Fumble Recoveries: 1, 3x; at New Mexico, vs. Stephen F. Austin, vs. Stanford in 2008 Touchdowns: 1 at SMU in 2008 (24-yard interception return)

FR 0 0 3 3

FF 0 0 6 6


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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL HUGHES’ CAREER HONORS 2009

Preseason All-American—Athlon, Phil Steele’s College Football Preview, Sporting News/Walter Camp, NationalChamps.net National Award Watch Lists (as of June 19)—Rotary Lombardi Award, Lott Trophy Top Defensive Lineman in State of Texas—Dave Campbell’s Texas Football

2008 First-Team All-American—Walter Camp Football Foundation, Football Writers Association of America (FWAA), Sporting News, Rivals.com, ESPN.com, SI.com, CollegeFootballNews.com Second-Team All-American—Associated Press Bronko Nagurski Trophy Finalist (Nation’s Top Defensive Player) Ted Hendricks Award Finalist (Nation’s Top Defensive End) Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year Chuck Bednarik Award Semifinalist (Nation’s Top Defensive Player) National Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 16)—FWAA/Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Walter Camp Football Foundation Three-Time MWC Defensive Player of the Week (tied league record) National Leader in Sacks (15) and Forced Fumbles (six)

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT JERRY HUGHES “He’s fast and quick and relentless. He’s as gifted a pass rusher off the edge as I’ve seen. It’s very difficult for a given player to handle him. You have to do something scheme-wise to account for him.” —BYU head coach Bronco Mendenhall “He’s got the tools and he brings it all the time - he really does. It’s impressive.” —Boise State offensive coordinator Bryan Harsin “He’s going to be a first-round NFL draft pick.” —ESPN’s Todd McShay “Jerry Hughes is one of the most electrifying, game-changing defensive players in the nation. He has a proven track record from last year with his 15 sacks leading the nation. He’s on everybody’s All-American watch list and should be one of the best defensive players in the nation again in 2009.” —ESPN’s Mark May

HUGHES IN THE TCU RECORD BOOKS Single-Game No 3 - Single-Game Sacks (4 vs. BYU in 2008) Single-Season No. 1 - Single-Season TFL Yardage (125 yards in 2008) No. 1 - Single-Season Sack Yardage (115 yards in 2008) No. 2 - Single-Season Sacks (15.0 in 2008) Career No. 9 (tie) - Career TFL Yardage (152 yards) MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE RECORDS Single-Game Sacks (4 vs. BYU in 2008)

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MARCUS

CA N N O N

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

JUNIOR I 6-5 I 350 I 2L

ODESSA, TEXAS ODESSA HS ONE OF THREE RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINE STARTERS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference … had an outstanding season in his first year as a starter … was dominant in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … started 11 of 13 games at right tackle … did not play against BYU and UNLV due to injury ... named a Top-10 Workout Warrior by ESPN The Magazine’s Bruce Feldman in the spring of 2009.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in all 13 games ... served in a back-up role to Nic Richmond at right tackle.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team all-district and honorable mention 5A all-state as a senior ... an honorable mention all-district selection his junior year ... ranked 59th nationally among offensive linemen by

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Rivals.com ... also lettered in basketball, track and field, and powerlifting ... chose TCU over Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Texas A&M and UTEP.. has an uncle, Allen Cannon who played football at Vanderbilt (1981-82).

PERSONAL

Parents are Ebbie and Holly Cannon ... full name is Marcus Darell Cannon ... is a communications major ... also is a member of the TCU track and field team, competing in the shot put ... named All-MWC in track after finishing second in the shot at the 2009 MWC Championships with a mark of 54-10.

CANNON’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 24/11 (13/0 in 2007; 11/11 in 2008) Tackles: 1 solo in 2008


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C H R I STI A N

TAILBACK

SENIOR I 5-11 I 188 I 3L

ALEDO, TEXAS ALEDO HS SECOND-LEADING RETURNING FROG IN ALL-PURPOSE YARDS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Played in all 13 games with three starts ... moved back to his original position of tailback after beginning fall camp at wide receiver ... was a key part of TCU’s offense … ranked second in receptions (30), third in all-purpose yards (841) and fourth in rushing (386 yards) … totaled 15 receptions in the final three contests, including six grabs for 53 yards in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … the six receptions tied a career high … recorded five catches for 67 yards versus Air Force and four for 69 yards at Utah … had a career-long 34-yard reception against the Utes while adding 43 yards rushing, including a 3-yard scoring run … rushed for a career-best 82 yards on 19 carries while adding four receptions for 21 yards in the 31-14 win over Stanford … had a 1-yard scoring run to break a 14-14 third-quarter tie against the Cardinal … ran for 67 and 56 yards, respectively, in home wins over Stephen F. Austin and San Diego State … added a 7-yard touchdown carry and a 41-yard kickoff return in the SFA contest … scored on a 10-yard run versus the Aztecs … began the year with 40 yards rushing on 11 carries in the 26-3 win at New Mexico … had three receptions for 27 yards in the 44-14 win at UNLV … had two catches for 27 yards, including a 19-yard grab, to go with a 28-yard kickoff return at Oklahoma … his six kickoff returns (22.3 average) on the year placed second on the Frogs to Aaron Brown (18).

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Moved from wide receiver to tailback during preseason camp ... saw significant action early in the season due to injuries to Aaron Brown and Joseph Turner ... placed third on the Frogs in rushing (321 yards) and tied for seventh in receiving (18 catches) ... the second-leading receiver out of the backfield for TCU ... had a career-best six receptions for 74 yards, including a season-long 25-yard grab, at Air Force ... rushed for at least 40 yards in six games ... ran for a season-best 51 yards on 11 carries with a season-long 14-yard gain in the 37-0 win over New Mexico ... had 12 rushes for 42 yards while catching three passes for 30 yards in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... carried 12 times for 47 yards including a 2-yard touchdown in the 45-33 victory at San Diego State to close the regular season ... added two receptions for 17 yards against the Aztecs ... had a 12-yard scoring run as part of 40 yards on nine attempts in the season-opening 27-0 win over Baylor ... added two receptions versus the Bears ... ran for 41 yards on 10 carries to go with three receptions at Texas ... made his first collegiate start in the 21-7 win over SMU.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

His first collegiate reception went for six yards against San Diego State … also had a catch in the Air Force game … had a 1-yard rush at Baylor in his collegiate debut … carried for three yards the following week versus UC Davis … totaled two tackles on special teams in the 12-3 win over Texas Tech.

CHRISTIAN’S CAREER STATS

Rushing Receiving

Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S Att Yds 9/0 2 4 13/1 88 321 13/3 91 386 35/4 181 711

GP/S 9/0 13/1 13/3 35/4

Avg 2.0 3.6 4.2 3.9

Kick Returns

Att Yds Avg 0 0 0.0 3 70 23.3 6 134 22.3 9 204 22.7

TD Long 0 3 2 14 4 15 6 15

Rec 2 18 30 50

Yds 6 139 321 466

Avg 3.0 7.7 10.7 9.3

TD 0 0 0 0

TD Long 0 0 0 31 0 41 0 41

Long 6 25 34 34

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Tackles: 3 solo (2 in 2006; 1 in 2008)

CHRISTIAN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Rushing

Attempts: 19 vs. Stanford in 2008 Yards: 82 vs. Stanford in 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 6x Long: 15, 2x; vs. Stanford, vs. San Diego St. in 2008

Receiving

Receptions: 6, 2x; vs. Air Force in 2007; vs. Boise State in 2008 Yards: 74 vs. Air Force, 2007 Long: 25 yards vs. Air Force, 2007

Kick Returns

Attempts: 3 vs. Stanford in 2008 Yards: 48 at Oklahoma in 2008 Long: 41 yards vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted during his true freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played at nearby Aledo High for coach Tim Buchanan ... lettered four times in football and track & field, twice in soccer and once in basketball ... carried 305 times for 2,166 yards, good for a 7.1 per carry average and 28 touchdowns as a senior, en route to all-area, district co-MVP and all-state honors ... also was an academic all-state selection ... helped team to the state semifinals ... was a first-team all-district back and the Parker County Offensive MVP as a junior after rushing for 1,342 yards ... named Newcomer of the Year as a freshman ... finished his prep career with 4,826 yards on 767 carries with 55 touchdowns ... also caught 69 passes for 1,245 yards and six scores ... returned one punt and one kickoff for a touchdown, accounting for 63 career TDs ... was the 2004 Newcomer of the Year in soccer ... soccer team finished as the state runner-up in 2005.

PERSONAL

Parents are Richey and Jodi Christian ... Jodi is an administrative assistant for TCU women’s basketball … younger sister, Hannah, is a freshman on the TCU women’s basketball team ... is a geology major with a social and anthology minor.

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QUARTERBACK

JUNIOR I 6-3 I 215 I 2L

KATY, TEXAS

KATY HS TWO-TIME BOWL GAME MVP

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Received his second consecutive bowl game MVP award as he garnered offensive honors in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl win over Boise State … completed 22-of-35 passes for 197 yards … added 74 yards rushing on 16 carries … honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference … ranked second in the MWC and 33rd nationally in total offense at 243.1 yards per game … his 2,242 yards passing gave him 4,701 yards in just two seasons, moving him into third place on TCU’s career list … needs just 423 yards to vault past Steve Stamp (5,123, 1978-81) into second … his 182 pass completions pushed his career total to 404, placing second on TCU’s all-time list behind only Max Knake (622, 1992-95) … completed 59.3 percent of his passes to give him a 59.6 career mark and third place on the Frogs’ career list … had a 9-2 record as TCU’s starting quarterback … did not play against San Diego State and Colorado State due to injury … completed 60.9 percent (103-of-169) of his passes for an average of 237.3 yards per game with 11 touchdowns and just three interceptions in six contests following the injury … all 11 of his scoring tosses on the season came in that stretch … his 2,242 passing yards ranked fourth on TCU’s single-season list, while his 59.3 completion percentage was sixth … the Horned Frogs’ third-leading rusher with 432 yards … ranked second on the team with eight rushing touchdowns … had a career-long streak of 108 passes without an interception covering a span of five games … closed the regular season by totaling a career-high 360 yards of offense to go with four touchdowns in a 44-10 win over Air Force … completed 21of-27 passes for 321 yards, the third-best total of his career, and two touchdowns … added 39 yards rushing and scoring runs of 8 and 7 yards against the Falcons … ran for a career-high and team-best 91 yards in a 31-14 win over Stanford … was also 20-of-36 passing for 145 yards against the Cardinal … completed 16-of-22 passes for 334 yards and four touchdowns in a 54-7 win over Wyoming … the four scores were one shy of a single-game TCU record … added a 1-yard TD run against the Cowboys to leave with five total touchdowns, also one short of a Frog single-game mark … completed 12-of-19 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns in a 32-7 win over BYU … his performance against the Cougars came after missing the previous two games due to injury … ran for two scores and a team-best 56 yards in a 26-3 victory at New Mexico … passed for three touchdowns while adding 52 yards rushing in a 44-14 win at UNLV … was 11-of-13 (84.6 percent) in the air for 131 yards in limited action against Stephen F. Austin.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Honorable-mention Freshman All-American by The Sporting News and the Texas Bowl Most Valuable Player ... set TCU single-season records for completions (222) and attempts (371) while placing second in passing yards (2,459), just 165 shy of Max Knake’s 1994 mark of 2,624 ... set a TCU freshman passing record while becoming just the fifth quarterback in school history to reach 2,000 yards in a campaign ... his 59.8 completion percentage ranked fourth for a single season at TCU ... threw just two interceptions in his final 96 attempts with one of those picks coming on a Hail Mary ... tied a TCU bowl record for completions as he was 21-of-30 for 249 yards in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... added a 3-yard scoring run for the Frogs’ first points of the game ... averaged 52.5 yards rushing on a 5.0 per carry mark, including four touchdowns, over the final four contests ... made his collegiate debut by completing 18-of-30 passes for 205 yards and a 14-yard touchdown toss to Ervin Dickerson in the season-opening 27-0 win over Baylor ... became the fifth-straight quarterback to win his first start under head coach Gary Patterson ... was also the first TCU signal caller in the Patterson era to make his collegiate debut as a starter ... his 320 yards passing at Air Force and 344 at Stanford were the most by a Frog since Tye Gunn had 368 yards in a 48-45 doubleovertime win over Northwestern in 2004 ... the 344 yards at Stanford placed eighth on the Frogs’ single-game passing list ... completed 23-of-34 attempts against the Cardinal with scoring passes of 70 yards to Jimmy Young and two yards to Aaron Brown ... the toss to Brown came on fourth-and-goal to tie the game with less than 10 minutes to play after the Frogs had trailed by 14 points ... also added a 6-yard scoring run at Stanford ... completed a season-best 29 passes in 45 attempts for two touchdowns at Air Force ... also threw for two touchdowns against Wyoming and New Mexico ... threw for at least two touchdown passes in four games ... just missed a third 300-yard game when he passed for 298 yards while completing 23-of39 passes in the 45-33 win at San Diego State ... totaled a career-high 358 yards of offense against the Aztecs ... rushed for at least 60 yards in three of the last four games ... led TCU with 60 and 73 yards on the ground versus UNLV and BYU, respectively ... also had 60 yards on nine attempts at San Diego State ... four of his four rushing touchdowns came in the final three games ... ran for a pair of 3-yard scores against the Rebels with a 14-yard touchdown versus the Aztecs ... had a 27-yard reception on a pass from Jeremy Kerley against Utah.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted as a true freshman ... was part of the travel squad for the Frogs, serving as the emergency No. 3 quarterback.

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HIGH SCHOOL

The Houston Chronicle Greater Houston Area Offensive Player of the Year … a finalist for both Texas Football 5A Player of the Year and the Touchdown Club Greater Houston Offensive Player of the Year ... third-team Texas 5A All-State and a 5A Texas Football Region 3 Player of the Week ... ranked by Rivals as the No. 23 pro style quarterback in the country ... named to Max Emfinger’s National Super 100 Playmakers ... Texas Football Top 300 Players and a Texas Football Player of the Week on several occasions ... Texas High School Football Top 200 players ... posted the district’s highest quarterback rating as a junior and senior ... completed 53.4 percent (161-of-254) of his pass attempts for 2,877 yards with 42 touchdowns and 15 interceptions as a senior ... led Katy to a 14-1 record and the Texas 5A finals ... was 38-of-67 (56.7 percent) for 678 yards as a junior when Katy went 12-2 and advanced to the Texas 5A quarterfinals ... threw for 10 scores with just two picks ... a career 52.0 percent passer for 3,555 yards, 52 touchdowns and 17 interceptions.

PERSONAL

Parents are Greg and Tina Dalton … pursuing a marketing degree.

DALTON’S CAREER STATS

Passing Rushing

Year GP/S C-A-I Pct Yds TD 2007 13/12 222-371-11 59.8 2459 10 2008 11/11 182-307-5 59.3 2242 11 Totals 24/23 404-678-16 59.6 4701 21

Lng 70 65 70

Att 98 113 211

Yds 232 432 664

Receiving: 1 vs. Utah in 2007 (27 yards from Jeremy Kerley) Tackles: 1 solo in 2007

DALTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS PASSING

Attempts: 45, 2x; vs. Air Force, vs. Utah, 2007 Completions: 29 vs. Air Force, 2007 Yards: 344 vs. Stanford, 2007 Touchdowns: 4 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Long Completion: 70 yards to Jimmy Young vs. Stanford, 2007

RUSHING

Attempts: 17, 2x; at New Mexico, vs. Stanford in 2008 Yards: 91 vs. Stanford in 2008 Touchdowns: 2, 3x; vs. UNLV in 2007; at New Mexico, vs. Air Force in 2008 Long Gain: 24 yards vs. Boise State in 2008

RECEIVING

Receptions: 1 vs. Utah, 2007 (27 yards from Jeremy Kerley)

Avg 2.4 3.8 3.1

TD 5 8 13

Lng 19 24 24


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J AC K S O N

QUARTERBACK

SENIOR I 6-1 I 216 I 3L

HOUSTON, TEXAS WESTSIDE HS TWO-TIME MWC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Played in nine games with consecutive starts at quarterback during wins over San Diego State and Colorado State … placed fifth on the Frogs with 384 yards rushing on a 5.5 per carry mark … had two of TCU’s four 100-yard rushing games … played in nine of 13 games … named the Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Week, the second time he’s garnered the award, in the 41-7 win over the Aztecs … totaled 246 yards of offense and three touchdowns … rushed for 131 yards, including scoring runs of 9 and 3 yards, while completing 10-of-19 passes for 115 yards and a 3-yard touchdown toss to Shae Reagan … a late 79-yard scoring run at SMU, the Horned Frogs’ longest carry from scrimmage since 2001, enabled him to total 115 yards on seven attempts … it was TCU’s longest scoring play since 2006, when Jackson had an 84-yard TD pass at Baylor … was also 3-of-4 in the air with a 1-yard scoring toss to Evan Frosch against the Mustangs … completed 16-of-26 passes for 166 yards while adding 54 yards rushing in the 13-7 victory at Colorado State … also placed a pooch kick inside the 20 against the Rams … had a 14-yard touchdown pass to Jonathan Jones against Stephen F. Austin … completed 6-of-11 passes for 74 yards while rushing for 47 yards in the 67-7 win over the Lumberjacks … ran for a 4-yard score on his only carry in the 54-7 victory against Wyoming.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Came off-the-bench to lead TCU on touchdown drives in three of his last four games ... completed 15-of-21 (71.4 percent) passes over his final three contests ... had just one interception in 69 attempts on the season ... placed sixth on the Frogs with 187 yards rushing ... ran for a pair of 4-yard scores while tossing a 4-yard touchdown pass to Shae Reagan in a 24-12 win over Colorado State ... had season-long completions of 30 yards to Derek Moore and 29 to Ervin Dickerson as part of a 90-play scoring drive ... totaled a career-high 175 yards of offense against the Rams, running for 38 yards while passing for 137 on 11 completions ... rushed for a season-best 40 yards on nine attempts while completing 6-of-12 passes for 68 yards versus SMU ... was 6-of-7 in the air for 57 yards at BYU ... closed the regular season by completing all three of his pass attempts for 20 yards at San Diego State ... went 6-of-11 for 53 yards while adding 24 yards rushing against UNLV ... had a season-long 21-yard gain in the opener against Baylor ... appeared in eight games.

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2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Earned Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors in his first collegiate game … with TCU trailing 7-0 at the half in the season opener at Baylor, starter Jeff Ballard was feeling woozy … Jackson started the second half and completed 11-of-13 passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns as the Frogs rallied for a 17-7 victory … the 84.6 completion percentage was two attempts shy of qualifying for the second-best single-game mark in TCU history … had an 84-yard scoring pass to Aaron Brown for his first collegiate touchdown toss … it also tied for the seventh-longest pass play at TCU … added a 3-yard touchdown pass to Quinton Cunigan for the Frogs’ final points of the Baylor game … was 10-of-19 for 157 yards in second-half action at Utah … completed 2-of-3 passes for 61 yards, including a 47-yard connection with Justin Watts, in the 52-0 win over San Diego State … added a season-best 30 yards rushing on five carries against the Aztecs … had three carries for 17 yards at Colorado State.

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

A redshirt during his true freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL

Helped lead the Houston Westside Wolves to an 11-1 record as a senior ... passed for 2,051 yards and rushed for 701 yards as a senior ... completed 63-of-118 passes as a junior for 1,228 yards and 10 touchdowns ... listed on the Houston Chronicle’s state 100 ... ranked among the SuperPrep Texas 99 ... also visited Baylor and considered Iowa State, Utah and Houston before casting his lot with the Horned Frogs.

PERSONAL

Mother is T. Lynette Jackson ... working towards a management and marketing degree with a minor in social work.

JACKSON’S CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 9/0 10/1 9/2 28/3

Passing Rushing

C-A-I 26-44-1 35-69-1 35-62-2 96-175-4

Pct Yds TD Lng 59.1 386 2 84 50.7 368 3 30 56.5 372 3 45 54.9 1126 8 84

Att 24 58 70 152

Yds 53 187 384 624

Avg 2.2 3.2 5.5 4.1

TD 0 2 4 6

Lng 11 21 79 79

JACKSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

PASSING Attempts: 26, 2x; vs. Colorado State in 2007; at Colorado State in 2008 Completions: 16 vs. Colorado State in 2008 Yards: 166 at Colorado State in 2008 Touchdowns: 2 vs. Baylor in 2006 Long Completion: 84 yards to Aaron Brown vs. Baylor in 2006 (touchdown) RUSHING Attempts: 27 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Yards: 131 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Touchdowns: 2, 2x; vs. Colorado State in 2007; vs. San Diego State in 2008 Long Rush: 79 yards at SMU in 2008 (touchdown)

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BART

JOHNSON

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 195 I 2L

BROWNWOOD, TEXAS BROWNWOOD HS TCU’S THIRD-LEADING RETURNING RECEIVER

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

A first-team selection to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District team … placed fifth on TCU with 15 receptions … had at least one catch in 11 of 13 contests … had four games with multiple receptions … the two-longest catches of his career came on his last two grabs … had a career-best 52-yard reception at Utah … scored his lone touchdown of the season with a 22-yard catch in the 44-10 win over Air Force … opened the season with two-reception games in victories over New Mexico and Stephen F. Austin … also had two grabs in wins against Colorado State and Wyoming.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Scored three touchdowns on his seven touches for the season ... five of his six receptions came in the fourth quarter ... his first touch came when he returned a blocked punt 17 yards for a touchdown in the 21-7 win over SMU ... his first two collegiate receptions came in the final 2:17 as TCU nearly rallied from an 18-point fourth-quarter deficit at Wyoming ... the first catch was a 5-yard scoring grab to pull the Frogs within 24-21 ... had a clutch 18-yard reception on a fourth-down play to keep TCU’s next drive alive ... also had two receptions for 23 yards in the fourth quarter at BYU ... a one-handed grab for 16 yards helped set up his 7-yard touchdown catch just two plays later, cutting the Frog deficit to 27-22 with 3:49 remaining ... closed the season with two receptions for 17 yards in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... saw action in 12 of the 13 games.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Named TCU’s 2006 Most Valuable Player on the Offensive Scout Team ... redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

An all-state corner and All-Big Country wide receiver as a senior … had six interceptions for 190 yards … totaled 24 receptions for 520 yards … was also first-team all-district as a return specialist … returned one punt for a touchdown … lettered three years in football, four in soccer and two in track and field … a two-time district Most Valuable Player in soccer.

PERSONAL

Major is supply and value chain management … plans on attending law school after graduation … parents are Bart and Debra Johnson.

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS Receiving

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/1 13/8 26/9

Rec Yds Avg 6 63 10.5 15 206 13.7 21 269 12.8

TD Long 2 18 1 52 3 52

Tackles: 1 solo vs. New Mexico in 2007

JOHNSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Receiving

Receptions: 2, 7x; 3 times in 2007; 4 times in 2008 Yards: 52 at Utah in 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 3x; at Wyoming, at BYU in 2007; vs. Air Force in 2008 Long: 52 yards at Utah in 2008

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TEJAY

JOHNSON

SAFETY

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 212 I 2L

GARLAND, TEXAS SOUTH GARLAND HS FROGS’ THIRD-LEADING RETURNING TACKLER

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Started 12 of 13 games at weak safety … did not play in the season opener at New Mexico due to injury … tied for second on TCU with 10 pass breakups … placed sixth with 47 tackles … closed the season with six solo tackles in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … had two tackles for loss, including a sack, among six stops in the 13-7 win at Colorado State … also forced a fumble and had two pass breakups against the Rams … posted a season-best seven tackles with two for loss in the 54-7 victory over Wyoming … broke up two passes while assisting on three stops in the 32-7 win versus BYU … had an interception while adding four stops in his first game of the season, a 67-7 week-two victory against Stephen F. Austin … totaled six tackles at Oklahoma and Utah … added a pass breakup against the Utes.

2007 I FRESHMAN SEASON

One of four true freshmen to see action for the Frogs ... provided depth at free safety ... recorded a season-high four tackles, all solo stops, against Utah ... assisted on two tackles in his collegiate debut in the season-opening 27-0 win over Baylor ... had an assisted stop in the 24-12 victory versus Colorado State.

HIGH SCHOOL

Honorable mention all-state, first-team all-district and second-team all-area as a senior … totaled 88 tackles, including two for a loss, to go with four interceptions, eight pass breakups and a fumble recovery … scored three defensive touchdowns, reaching the end zone with two picks and his one fumble recovery … the No. 55 recruit in the state by Scout.com … named South Garland’s Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year … a second-team alldistrict selection his junior year when he recorded 94 stops, six tackles for a loss, five sacks, two interceptions and six pass break-ups … lettered three years in both football and track &

field … placed first in the state in the 110-meter hurdles at a summer meet in Round Rock … was fourth in the 300 hurdles at the same event.

PERSONAL

Mother is Betty M. Johnson ... working towards a degree in habilitation of the deaf and hard of hearing.

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/0 12/12 25/12

Defensive UT AT TT 4 3 7 34 13 47 38 16 54

TFL 0.0-0 4.0-13 4.0-13

QBS 0.0-0 1.0-9 1.0-9

INT 0 1 1

PBU 0 10 10

FR 0 0 0

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JOHNSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 7 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Solo Tackles: 6, 2x; vs. Wyoming, vs. Boise State in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 2.0, 2x; at Colorado State, vs. Wyoming in 2008 Sacks: 1.0-9 at Colorado State in 2008 Interceptions: 1 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Pass Breakups: 2, 2x; at Colorado State, vs. BYU in 2008 Forced Fumbles: 1 at Colorado State in 2008

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JEREMY

K E R LEY

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 5-10 I 192 I 2L

HUTTO, TEXAS

HUTTO HS FIRST-TEAM ALL-MWC RETURN SPECIALIST

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

First-Team All-Mountain West Conference return specialist … the fourth straight Horned Frog to receive that honor (Cory Rodgers, 2005; Brian Bonner, 2006-07) … ranked 13th nationally in punt returns with a 13.9 yard average … slowed four games by injury … rushed for a season-best 77 yards on nine carries, including a 16-yard touchdown, off direct snaps in the 32-7 win over BYU … also had 40 yards on four rushes late in the 41-7 win against San Diego State … added two receptions for 23 yards, including a season-long 15-yard grab, versus the Aztecs … also had two-catch games versus Oklahoma, Stanford and Colorado State … placed seventh on the Horned Frogs with 11 receptions for 95 yards … all his catches came in the opening seven games … ranked sixth on TCU with 143 rushing yards ... ran for a 6-yard touchdown against Stephen F. Austin and a 3-yard score versus Stanford … had a seasonlong punt return of 53 yards, on just his second collegiate attempt, in a 26-3 win at New Mexico … 10 of his 25 punt returns went at least 17 yards … had a season-best 83 punt return yards on six attempts versus San Diego State … returned four punts for 74 yards in the Stephen F. Austin game … totaled 63 yards on five punt returns in a 13-7 win at Colorado State … also served as the holder on field goals and PATs … ran for a 2-point conversion against Stephen F. Austin.

2007 I FRESHMAN SEASON

The lone true freshman to see action on offense for the Frogs ... had the first multi-catch games of his career in the final two contests ... recorded a season-best three receptions for 15 yards in the Texas Bowl win over Houston ... had season-long catches of 29 and 19 yards in the regular-season finale at San Diego State ... his first collegiate reception went for five yards at Texas ... had a 14-yard reception and an 8-yard rushing attempt at BYU ... recorded a 6-yard carry with a 4-yard catch at Wyoming ... had back-to-back games with 27-yard pass completions ... connected with Andy Dalton against Utah before hooking up with Ervin Dickerson in the New Mexico game ... had a quarterback passer rating of 326.8.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played quarterback as a senior and was selected as his District’s Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive year … rushed for over 800 yards while adding an interception on defense … ranked as the No. 31 recruit in Texas by Scout.com … named Central Texas’ athlete of the year by the Austin American Statesman ... a Rivals 4-star recruit and member of the Fab 55 and Texas 100 … second-team all-state as a junior and senior … also named All-Central Texas … named to the All-Centex team four consecutive seasons … Hutto’s Newcomer of the Year as a freshman in 2003 … a four-year letterman in football, baseball, basketball and track & field.

PERSONAL

Parents are Charlotte and Donald Kerley ... a criminal justice major.

KERLEY’S CAREER STATS

Receiving Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD 2007 13/0 9 97 10.8 0 2008 11/3 11 95 8.6 0 Totals 24/3 20 192 9.6 0

Lng 29 15 29

Rushing Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Lng 2007 13/0 6 16 2.7 0 8 2008 11/3 25 143 5.7 3 24 Totals 24/3 31 159 5.1 3 24

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Passing C-A-I Pct 2-2-0 1.000 0-2-1 .000 2-4-1 .500

Yds TDs 54 0 0 0 54 0

Punt Returns No. Yds Avg 0 0 0.0 25 348 13.9 25 348 13.9

TD 0 0 0

Lng 27 0 27 Lng 0 53 53

KERLEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Receiving

Receptions: 3 vs. Houston in 2007 Texas Bowl Yards: 48 vs. San Diego State in 2007 Long: 29 yards vs. San Diego State in 2007

Passing

Attempts: 1, 4x; 2x in 2007; 2x in 2008 Completions: 1, 2x; vs. Utah, vs. New Mexico in 2007 Yards: 27, 2x; vs. Utah, vs. New Mexico in 2007 Long: 27 yards, 2x; vs. Utah, vs. New Mexico in 2007

Rushing

Attempts: 9 vs. BYU in 2008 Yards: 77 vs. BYU in 2008 Long: 24 yards vs. BYU in 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 3x; vs. Stephen F. Austin, vs. Stanford, vs. BYU in 2008

Punt Returns

Attempts: 6 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Yards: 83 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Long: 53 yards at New Mexico in 2008


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NEWHOUSE

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

SENIOR I 6-4 I 320 I 3L

DALLAS, TEXAS LAKE HIGHLANDS HS STARTED TCU’S LAST 26 GAMES AT LEFT TACKLE

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference ... started all 13 games at left tackle ... led TCU in knockdown blocks and overall blocking grade ... Team Player of the Week in a 34-10 victory over UNLV ... had a 3-yard gain on a rushing play in the 37-0 win versus New Mexico.

football ... also lettered in track & field as well as weightlifting ... was the 2006 UIL Texas State shot put champion ... competed in powerlifting and earned a third-place finish in the 2005 championships ... his father John, played football at the University of Houston and was part of three Cotton Bowl teams (1977, 1979, 1980) ... his cousin, Robert Newhouse, is a former Dallas Cowboy fullback great (1972-83) ... has other cousins who played football at Baylor (Reggie Newhouse) and Rice (Rod Newhouse) ... very active on campus at Lake Highlands ... the Horticulture Society and Japanese Club were just two of his activities... chose TCU over Tulane and SMU.

2006 I FRESHMAN SEASON

PERSONAL

Second-team All-Mountain West Conference … started every game at left tackle for the second straight season, running his consecutive games started streak to 26.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

The only true freshman to play on offense … totaled 10 knockdown blocks … made his collegiate debut in the season-opening 17-7 win at Baylor … recorded a knockdown block in that contest … had two knockdowns against UC Davis, Army, Wyoming and Colorado State.

Parents are John and Sharon Newhouse … pursuing degrees in advertising and public relations with a minor in art.

HIGH SCHOOL

Games Played/Started: 39/26 (13/0 in 2006; 13/13 in 2007; 13/13 in 2008) Rushing: 1 attempt for 3 yards vs. New Mexico in 2007

First-team all-district 10-5A ... received Offensive Line MVP honors as a senior while also being named Lake Highlands’ Most Outstanding Offensive Blocker ... a two-year letterman in

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RAFAEL

P R I E ST

CORNERBACK

SENIOR I 5-10 I 181 I 3L

DALLAS, TEXAS MADISON HS STARTED ALL 39 GAMES OVER LAST THREE SEASONS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Second-team All-Mountain West Conference … started all 13 contests, increasing his consecutive games started streak to 39 … it represents every TCU contest over the last three seasons … ranked among the top 20 cornerbacks in the nation by CollegeFootballNews.com … placed among the Mountain West Conference leaders throughout the season in passes defended … tied for second on TCU with 10 pass breakups … had a PBU in seven of 13 contests … recorded two PBUs against Oklahoma, Colorado State and Air Force … totaled a season-best five tackles in back-to-back wins over Colorado State and BYU … added a PBU in the 32-7 victory over the Cougars … had an interception versus Stephen F. Austin … placed 10th on the Horned Frogs with 26 tackles.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Earned honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference honors as a sophomore ... started every game for the second straight season ... ranked fourth in the Mountain West Conference with a team-best 13 passes defended ... topped TCU with 10 pass break-ups ... his three interceptions tied Steven Coleman for the team lead ... had two picks and two pass breakups in a 24-12 victory versus Colorado State ... had a 46-yard return with his interception in a 34-10 win over UNLV ... returned a fumble 13 yards for a touchdown in a 37-0 win over New Mexico ... had four solo tackles in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... broke-up two passes at Texas and San Diego State ... had three games with multiple pass break-ups ... posted a tackle for a loss and pass break-up in a 27-0 victory against Baylor ... totaled a season-best five stops at Wyoming ... recorded four tackles and a PBU in the win at Stanford ... 30 of his 37 tackles on the year were solo stops.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Started all 13 games in his redshirt freshman campaign … ranked among the Mountain West Conference leaders with his team-high nine pass break-ups, a total that surpassed TCU’s 2005 top mark of eight shared by All-MWC selections and NFL signees Quincy Butler, Drew Coleman and Jeremy Modkins … 21 of his 27 tackles on the year were solo stops … broke up two passes while combining for three tackles in his collegiate debut, a 17-7 victory at Baylor … had a season-best four tackles, including one for a loss, in the 12-3 win over Texas Tech … totaled a season-best three pass break-ups to go with four solo stops against BYU … also had four solo tackles in the 25-10 victory at UNLV … recovered a fumble in the 27-21 win at New Mexico.

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2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered in football and track & field at James Madison High School in Dallas ... football coach was Ronald Johnson ... was a three-year first-team all-district performer on the gridiron ... played both ways in his senior season, logging 13 career interceptions as a defensive back and 27 receptions for 403 yards and six touchdowns as a wide receiver ... named both the football and track team captain and MVP ... was a member of Madison’s state champion 4x100 meter relay unit.

PERSONAL

Son of Sheila Mike and the late William Priest ... earned a TCU degree in communications in the spring of 2009 ... currently working towards a master’s degree in liberal arts.

PRIEST’S CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/13 13/13 13/13 39/39

Defensive

UT 21 30 18 69

AT 6 7 8 21

TT 27 37 26 90

TFL 1.0-1 1.0-1 0.0-0 2.0-2

QBS INT 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 3 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 4

PRIEST’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 5, 3x; vs. Wyoming in 2007; at Colorado State, vs. BYU in 2008 Solo Tackles: 4, 5x; 1x in 2006, 3x in 2007, 1x in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 2x; vs. Texas Tech in 2006; vs. Baylor in 2007 Interceptions: 2 vs. Colorado State in 2007 Pass Breakups: 3 vs. BYU in 2006 Fumble Recoveries: 1, 2x; vs. New Mexico, 2007; vs. New Mexico, 2006

PBU 9 10 10 29

FR 1 1 0 2

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SA N D E R S

CORNERBACK

SENIOR I 5-10 I 174 I 3L

KILGORE, TEXAS KILGORE HS STARTED ALL 39 GAMES OVER LAST THREE SEASONS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference … started all 13 games for the third consecutive season … tied for second in the Mountain West Conference with 1.1 passes defended per game … topped TCU with 12 pass breakups … had at least one PBU in eight contests … placed eighth on the Horned Frogs with 45 tackles … 35 of his stops were solos … had two interceptions to go with four tackles in the 32-7 win over BYU … totaled two tackles for loss, including a sack, as well as a forced fumble and two pass breakups in a 13-7 victory at Colorado State … recorded three PBUs versus Stephen F. Austin … posted a careerbest seven tackles, all solo, at Oklahoma … had two PBUs and five tackles at Utah … had four contests with at least five tackles.

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2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Teamed with fellow cornerback Rafael Priest to start each game for the second straight year ... totaled a career-high seven tackles, including five solo, in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... had an interception, pass break-up and sack among four stops in the seasonopening 27-0 win over Baylor ... had two PBUs to go with five tackles versus SMU ... posted six tackles, all solo stops, at Air Force ... registered four solo tackles at Texas ... also had five stops at Wyoming and four at San Diego State ... broke up a pass versus Utah.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

An honorable mention Freshman All-American by The Sporting News … started all 13 games … tied for second on TCU and among the Mountain West Conference leaders with three interceptions … also had seven pass breakups, helping him rank among the league’s best with a total of 10 passes defended … his three picks came in a three-quarter span in backto-back games versus Utah and Army … had two first-half picks at West Point, including one returned 21 yards for a touchdown … it was TCU’s first return of an interception for a score in nearly two years … broke up two passes in the 37-7 Poinsettia Bowl win over Northern Illinois ... had a pass break-up and two solo stops in his collegiate debut, a 17-7 win at Baylor … recorded a tackle for a 4-yard loss as part of a season-best five stops in the 26-3 victory over Wyoming … added a pass break-up against the Cowboys ... recorded five solo tackles to go with his pick at Utah.

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first year on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played running back and defensive back at Kilgore High School for Coach Mike Vallery... led the team to a perfect 16-0 record and the Class 4A Division II state title in 2004, the first in school history ... was the District 17-4A kick/punt returner of the year after averaging over 30 yards per kick return ... also was a first-team all-district selection at cornerback and a secondteam pick at running back ... logged eight career interceptions ... carried just 59 times for 459 yards as a senior ... rushed 76 times for 625 yards and five touchdowns in a three-man rotation during his junior season ... also had 11 catches for 162 yards and two touchdowns, 13 pass breakups at corner and averaged 33 yards per kickoff return and 15 yards per punt return in 2003.

PERSONAL

Mother’s name is Alice Colbert … a communications major.

SANDERS’ CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/13 13/13 13/13 39/39

Defensive

UT 21 23 35 79

AT TT 9 30 16 39 10 45 35 114

TFL 1.0-4 0.5-6 2.0-7 3.5-17

QBS INT 0.0-0 3 0.5-6 1 1.0-6 2 1.5-12 6

PBU 7 4 14 25

FR 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 1 1

SANDERS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 7, 2x; vs. Houston in 2007; at Oklahoma in 2008 Solo Tackles: 7 at Oklahoma in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 2.0-7 at Colorado State in 2008 Sacks: 1.0-6 at Colorado State in 2008 Interceptions: 2, 2x; vs. Army in 2006; vs. BYU in 2008 Pass Breakups: 3 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Colorado State in 2008

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JOSEPH

TU R N E R

TAILBACK

SENIOR I 6-1 I 225 I 3L

AUSTIN, TEXAS

LYNDON B. JOHNSON HS FROGS’ LEADER IN RUSHING YARDS, TDS LAST TWO SEASONS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Topped TCU with 577 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns … the 11 rushing scores tied for fourth in the Mountain West Conference … his final touchdown of the season provided the Horned Frogs’ final points of the campaign, a 17-yard carry with 8:51 to play for the goahead score in a 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … rushed for a season-best 83 yards on 16 carries against the Broncos … ran for 69 yards, including a 5-yard touchdown, on 19 carries in the 32-7 win over BYU … added a career-long 16-yard reception against the Cougars … had first-half scoring runs of 12, 4 and 4 yards in the 67-7 victory against Stephen F. Austin … rushed for 67 yards and a pair of 4-yard touchdowns in the 48-7 win at SMU … totaled 63 yards on 16 attempts, including a 3-yard score, in the 41-7 triumph over San Diego State … had a season-long 21-yard run at Oklahoma as he topped the Horned Frogs with 54 yards on 14 carries against the Sooners … closed the regular season with 50 yards on nine attempts in the 44-10 win over Air Force … totaled five receptions for 42 yards on the season… did not play at Utah due to injury.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Made the first three starts of his career while filling in for an injured Aaron Brown ... selected by his teammates as TCU’s Offensive Most Valuable Player ... TCU’s leading rusher with 597 yards on a 5.2 per carry mark ... also topped the Frogs with six touchdowns ... TCU posted a 6-2 record in games that he was healthy throughout the contest ... the Frogs were 5-0 when he rushed for at least 56 yards ... Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Week after closing the regular season with 226 yards rushing and four touchdowns on 33 carries in a 45-33 win at San Diego State ... it was the most yards by a Frog since Lonta Hobbs ran for 287 yards in a 27-20 win over Memphis in 2002 ... was making just his third collegiate start that night at Qualcomm Stadium ... had the 14th-best single-game rushing performance in TCU history and the Frogs’ 23rd 200-yard effort ... became the first Frog to rush for four touchdowns in a contest since Jeff Ballard in 2005 versus New Mexico ... the scoring runs were from 5, 9, 14 and 41 yards ... it tied for the third-best single-game rushing touchdown total in TCU history ... it was the second 100-yard rushing game of his career ... had 115 yards on 28 carries while making his first collegiate start in the 37-0 victory over New Mexico ... the 28 attempts against the Lobos equaled his combined carries for his first five games of the season ... suffered an injury in the first quarter of the Texas Bowl win over Houston and did not return ... missed three contests (Air Force, Colorado State, Wyoming) due to injury while also being sidelined early at Texas ... returned from a two-game injury absence to rush for 75 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown, on 12 carries in the 38-36 win at Stanford ... had two pass receptions for 17 yards while adding 61 yards rushing, including a 3-yard scoring run, on 14 attempts in the 34-10 win over UNLV ... began the year with 56 yards on nine carries in the 27-0 victory versus Baylor.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Placed fifth on TCU with 166 yards rushing on a 6.9 per carry mark … his season-best 83 yards on 11 attempts represented a game-high total for the Frogs in a 52-0 win over San Diego State … included in his output against the Aztecs was a 24-yard scoring run … had his first collegiate carries late in the 46-13 win over UC Davis … ran six times for 32 yards … totaled 24 yards on five attempts at Colorado State … had a 22-yard gain against Wyoming in racking up 24 yards on two carries.

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

Rushed for 1,089 yards as a junior and had 735 yards through four games as a senior before injuring his knee ... lettered in both football and track & field at LBJ High School in Austin ... coached in football by David Seaborn ... was a first-team all-district performer in 2003 ... also a standout on the track with a best time of 20.9 in the 200 meters ... as a junior, was the district champion in both the 100 and 200 meters, placed second in the regionals and was fifth at the state 4A meet in the 200.

PERSONAL

Mother’s name is Jackie Moore ... pursuing a degree is psychology with a minor in social work ... interests include video games and drawing.

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TURNER’S CAREER STATS

Rushing Receiving Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Lng Rec Yds 2006 12/0 24 166 6.9 1 24 0 0 2007 10/3 115 597 5.2 6 41 5 41 2008 12/6 146 577 4.0 11 21 5 42 Totals 34/9 285 1340 4.7 18 41 10 83

TURNER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Rushing

Attempts: 33 vs. San Diego State in 2007 Yards: 226 vs. San Diego State in 2007 Touchdowns: 4 vs. San Diego State in 2007 Long: 41 yards vs. San Diego State in 2007

Receiving

Receptions: 2 vs. UNLV in 2007 Yards: 17 vs. UNLV in 2007 Long: 16 vs. BYU in 2008

Avg 0.0 8.2 8.4 8.3

TD 0 0 0 0

Lng 0 10 16 16


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DARYL

W A S H I N GTO N

LINEBACKER

SENIOR I 6-3 I 234 I 3L

IRVING, TEXAS

IRVING HS TCU’S LEADING RETURNING TACKLER

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

TCU’s fourth-leading tackler with 63 stops … made just his second career start in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … totaled six tackles, including one for loss, while breaking up three passes against the Broncos … Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Week in a 13-7 win at Colorado State … had two tackles for loss, including a sack, to go with a fumble recovery and key fourth-quarter interception against the Rams … had a season-best seven tackles on three occasions, including back-to-back games versus Utah and Air Force … made his first career start in the 67-7 victory over Stephen F. Austin … totaled four solo tackles against the Lumberjacks … opened the season with seven stops, including 1.5 for loss with a sack, in a 26-3 win at New Mexico … also forced a fumble versus the Lobos … recorded a sack for a 13-yard loss as part of six stops at Oklahoma … had a pass breakup and five solo tackles in the 32-7 win over BYU … had at least four tackles in 11 of the Frogs’ 13 games.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Filled the role of special teams standout as a sophomore and tied for the national lead with three punt blocks ... shared the nation’s top mark with Ohio’s Joshua Abrams ... also played very well in a reserve role at linebacker ... 25 of his 32 tackles were solo stops ... blocked punts versus Air Force, Wyoming and Utah ... the block against the Utes saw him display his athleticism as he leaped high in the air over the upbacks ... the ball was returned by Stephen Hodge for a TCU touchdown ... also totaled four tackles against Utah ... had a career-best seven stops, including 1.5 for a loss, in the win at Stanford ... also broke up a pass against the Cardinal ... matched his career-high with seven solo stops at BYU ... combined on a sack in the 27-0 win over Baylor ... posted a tackle for a loss in the 24-12 decision versus Colorado State ... totaled five tackles in the 37-0 victory against New Mexico.

2006 I FRESHMAN SEASON

One of four true freshmen to see action … contributed at linebacker and on special teams … 14 of his 16 tackles were solo stops … blocked a punt, forced a fumble and totaled three solo tackles in the 52-0 win over San Diego State … recorded an 8-yard tackle for a loss among a season-best four stops in the 46-13 victory versus UC Davis … made his collegiate debut in the season-opening 17-7 win at Baylor and posted a solo tackle … had two stops against both BYU and Wyoming.

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team all-city and the Most Valuable Player of that squad … second-team all-area … selected to play in the Texas-Oklahoma Oil Bowl All-Star Game … totaled 168 tackles with four sacks as a senior … played for Coach Jim Bennett at Irving … named Most Improved on Offense … a two-year letterman in football … also lettered three times in basketball and once in track & field.

PERSONAL

Parents are Lewis and Barbara Washington … a communications major.

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WASHINGTON’S CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/0 12/0 13/2 38/2

Defensive

UT 14 25 41 80

AT TT 2 16 7 32 22 63 31 111

TFL 1.0-8 3.0-9 4.5-39 8.5-56

QBS INT 0.0-0 0 0.5-5 0 3.0-29 1 3.5-34 1

PBU 0 1 4 5

FR 0 0 1 1

FF 1 0 1 2

WASHINGTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 7, 5x; 2x in 2007; 3x in 2008 Solo Tackles: 7 vs. BYU in 2007 Tackles for Loss: 2.0-10 at Colorado State in 2008 Sacks: 1.0, 3x; at New Mexico, at Oklahoma, at Colorado State in 2008 Pass Breakups: 3 vs. Boise State in 2008 Forced Fumbles: 1, 2x; vs. San Diego State in 2006; at New Mexico in 2008 Blocked Punts: 1, 4x; vs. San Diego State in 2006; vs. Air Force, vs. Wyoming, vs. Utah in 2007

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JIMMY

YO U N G

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 204 I 2L

MONROE, LA.

OUACHITA PARISH HS RECORDED TCU’S NO. 2 SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING TOTAL IN 2008

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference … fell only 12 yards shy of recording just the second 1,000-yard receiving season in TCU history … his team-best 988 yards still ranked second on the Horned Frogs’ single-season chart (Reggie Harrell, 1,012, 2003) … his teambest 59 receptions nearly doubled the next-closest Frog (Ryan Christian, 30) … the 59 grabs tied for the fourth-best total in TCU history and the most since Cory Rodgers had 61 in 2004 … the first Frog with 50 catches in a season since Quentily Harmon (52) in 2006 … placed fifth in the MWC and 41st nationally in receiving yards per game (76.0) … was seventh in the MWC in receptions per contest (4.5) … set a TCU single-game record with 226 yards receiving to go with three touchdowns on five catches in a 54-7 win over Wyoming … the 226 yards represented the high game by a Mountain West Conference player during the season and the sixth-best effort in the nation in 2008 … scored on receptions of 60, 55 and 39 yards … also had a season-long 65-yard grab against the Cowboys … all five of his touchdown receptions on the season came in the last six contests … had four 100-yard receiving games on the year, the most by a Frog since Rodgers in 2004 ... posted a career-high seven grabs for 104 yards versus Stephen F. Austin … totaled six receptions for 111 yards at Oklahoma … closed the regular season with five catches for 100 yards in the 44-10 win over Air Force … recorded five grabs for 62 yards in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … had a 25-yard touchdown reception on TCU’s first play from scrimmage in the 32-7 win over BYU … contributed a 13-yard scoring grab in the 44-14 win at UNLV … had at least four receptions in 11 of 13 games.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Tied for fifth on the Frogs with 23 receptions ... his 14.1 yards per catch mark was the best among TCU’s top-six receivers ... had at least one catch in 12 of the 13 games ... totaled eight contests with multiple receptions ... his first collegiate touchdown was also the Frogs’ longest play from scrimmage on the season, a 70-yard connection with Andy Dalton in the 38-36 win at Stanford ... totaled three receptions for 110 yards on the day ... it was TCU’s highest total for receiving yards in a game in nearly two years (Cory Rodgers, 128 at Air Force, Oct. 22, 2005) ... it also represented the most receiving yards by a redshirt freshman at TCU since Rodgers had 171 yards on six catches in a 2003 win at Houston ... also had three-reception games in wins over SMU and UNLV ... made his collegiate debut with two receptions for 35 yards in the 27-0 win over Baylor.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team all-state as a senior ... also received first-team all-district and All-Northeast Louisiana honors ... totaled 83 receptions for 939 yards and five touchdowns ... a two-year letterman in football and track ... has an uncle, Oliver Lawrence, who played at LSU and one year in the National Football League ... chose TCU over Mississippi State, Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe and Tulsa.

PERSONAL

Parents are Roy and Mary Smith... majoring in communications.

YOUNG’S CAREER STATS

Receiving Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg 2007 13/0 23 325 14.1 2008 13/11 59 988 16.7 Totals 26/11 82 1313 16.0

TD Long 1 70 5 65 6 70

Rushing: 1 carry for 7 yards vs. San Diego State in 2008 Tackles: 1 assist in 2007

YOUNG’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Receiving

Receptions: 7 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Yards: 226 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 (school record) Long: 65 yards vs. Wyoming in 2008 Touchdowns: 3 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Yards Per Reception (min. 3 rec.): 45.2 yards vs. Wyoming in 2008

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ALONZO

A DA M S

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 190 I 1L

HOUSTON, TEXAS WESTSIDE HS / TYLER JC

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

HIGH SCHOOL

ADAMS’ CAREER STATS

Played in all 13 games … his lone reception was a 5-yard grab in the 13-7 win at Colorado State.

A Houston Chronicle All-Greater Houston selection as a senior at Westside High School ... was the second-leading receiver in the Houston area with 71 catches for 1,286 yards and 10 touchdowns ... a finalist for the Houston Touchdown Club’s Offensive Player of Year ... played in the Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game and the East-West All-American Game.

Parents are Arthur Adams Jr. and Amy Lavine-Adams ... an advertising and public relations major.

Receiving Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg 2008 13/0 1 5 5.0 Totals 13/0 1 5 5.0

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

TD Long 0 5 0 5

PRIOR TO TCU I AT TYLER JC

Totaled 27 receptions for 607 yards (22.5 average) and five touchdowns in his lone season at Tyler Junior College ... added five carries for 45 yards ... earned All-SWJCA honors.

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EMMANUEL

A SAO LU

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 170 I SQ

FORT WORTH, TEXAS DUNBAR HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Made one game appearance during TCU’s home contest vs. Wyoming.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Worked as a member of TCU’s practice squad ... made his first career game appearance Nov. 17 against UNLV.

HIGH SCHOOL

Lettered in football and soccer at Dunbar High School ... was named all-area his senior year at punter after averaging 38.1-yards per attempt while playing for Head Coach Marshall Lawson.

PERSONAL

Parents are Matthew and Catherine Asaolu ... majoring in finance.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Spent time on TCU’s practice squad while redshirting during his first season on campus.

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ASAOLU’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 2/0 (1/0 in 2007; 1/0 in 2008)

JOSEPH

SNAPPER

BATE S

SOPHOMORE I 6-2 I 230 I SQ

CHERRY HILL, N.J. EAST HS/MONMOUTH

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Did not see game action in his first season at TCU.

PRIOR TO TCU I AT MONMOUTH

PERSONAL

Parents are John and Janice Bates ... brother, John, played football at Ohio State ... a health and fitness major ... hopes to enter the personal training or strength and conditioning field following graduation.

Redshirted during his only season at Monmouth in 2007.

HIGH SCHOOL

A four-year letterman in football for Head Coach John Iannucci at Cherry Hill East High School in New Jersey.

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LOGAN

BROCK

TIGHT END

SOPHOMORE I 6-3 I 253 I 1L

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS COPERAS COVE HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in all 13 games … had a 15-yard kickoff return against Stephen F. Austin.

PERSONAL

Parents are Reb Brock and Leslie and William Hinchman ... brother, Tanner, is a freshman linebacker for TCU … majoring in business.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted in his first season at TCU.

BROCK’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Returns:

HIGH SCHOOL

All-state as a senior … first-team all-district his junior and senior years … selected to Max Emfinger’s 2007 All-American Bowl Game Classic in Shreveport … a senior Copperas Cove captain and player representative … totaled 35 receptions for 500 yards and six touchdowns in his prep career … two-year letterman on the gridiron … also lettered in baseball, basketball and track & field … first-team all-district as a utility player in baseball … his father, Reb Brock, was a standout linebacker (1982-85) at Indiana University.

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BRAYLON

Kickoff Returns: 1 for 15 yards vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

B R O U G HTO N

DEFENSIVE END

SOPHOMORE I 6-6 I 248 I SQ

DALLAS, TEXAS HILLCREST HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Preseason Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year … played in three games … had a tackle for a 2-yard loss in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted during his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Ranked as the nation’s No. 59 defensive end in 2006 … a Rivals 3-star recruit … recorded 50 tackles and three sacks as a junior … named all-district for two straight years.

PERSONAL

An arts and sciences pre-major.

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BROUGHTON’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 3/0 Tackles: 1 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1 for 2 yards vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008


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JOHN

BROWN

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-3 I 200 I SQ

OVERLAND PARK, KAN. BLUE VALLEY NORTHWEST HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

HIGH SCHOOL

Earned his first career game action for TCU by appearing in the home contest vs. Wyoming.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

PERSONAL

Did not see game action.

Parents are Bill and Rosanne Brown ... majoring in biology with a minor in business.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Spent his first season at TCU working with the practice squad while utilizing a redshirt.

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Lettered in football, basketball and track and field at Blue Valley Northwest High School ... was a member of the Kansas City Metro Area All-Star Team as a senior in 2006.

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

BROWN’S CAREER STATS Games Played/Started: 1/0 (1/0 in 2008)

GREG

BURKS

LINEBACKER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 210 I RS

HOUSTON, TEXAS SPRING WOODS HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Mother is Doneen Carmon ... an arts and sciences pre-major.

HIGH SCHOOL

All-district selection as a senior who saw action at both wide receiver and running back ... named Spring Woods’ Most Valuable Offensive Player ... also utilized on defense ... was honorable-mention all-district as a sophomore and junior ... also lettered in track and field.

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TANK

CA R D E R

LINEBACKER

SOPHOMORE I 6-2 I 232 I 1L

SWEENY, TEXAS SWEENY HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in 11 of 13 games … with Jason Phillips sidelined by injury, received extensive playing time in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin … recorded two tackles, including one for loss, and a pass break-up versus the Lumberjacks … also had two stops in the 44-14 victory at UNLV … had at least one stop in seven of his 11 games.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted in his first season at TCU.

HIGH SCHOOL

Named the Most Valuable Player in District 24-3A and Brazoria County … first-team AllDistrict 24- 3A and the Houston-area Defensive Player of the Year … utilized at quarterback, fullback, linebacker, tailback, punter and kicker as a senior … accounted for 1,200 yards of offense and 116 tackles on defense … ran for nine touchdowns and caught two scoring passes… converted 29 PATs and seven field goals … scored 25 points (three touchdowns, four PATs and a field goal) in a 31-7 playoff victory over La Grange … had the game-winning touchdown in a 35-28 overtime victory against Kirbyville in the area round.

CARDER’S CAREER STATS Year 2008 Totals

GP/S 11/0 11/0

Defensive

UT 4 4

AT 5 5

TT 9 9

TFL 1.0-1 1.0-1

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0

PBU 1 1

FR 0 0

FF 0 0

CARDER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 2, 2x; vs. Stephen F. Austin, at UNLV in 2008 Solo Tackles: 2 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.0-1 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Pass Breakups: 1 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

PERSONAL

Parents are Ricky and Marti Carder ... an arts and sciences pre-major.

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JAI

CAV N E S S

TAILBACK

SOPHOMORE I 5-8 I 175 I 1L

HOUSTON, TEXAS THURGOOD MARSHALL HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Placed seventh on TCU with 134 yards rushing … saw action in eight games … ran for a season-best 59 yards on 11 carries in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin … scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 13-yard run for the Frogs’ final points of the game … also tallied TCU’s final points with a 1-yard TD rush in the 44-14 victory at UNLV … totaled 51 yards, including a season-long 24-yard carry, against the Rebels.

PERSONAL

Parents are Francois and Erica Carrire … majoring in communications.

CAVNESS’ CAREER STATS Rushing

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted during his first season on campus.

Year GP/S 2008 8/0 Totals 8/0

HIGH SCHOOL

CAVNESS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

First-team all-district as a junior and senior … second-team All-Greater Houston Area and all-region … a member of the Texas Prep Extra All-Area Top 60 team … ranked in the top 60 for running backs in the nation by Rivals.com and Scout.com … also ranked in the top 20 in the state and the top 10 in the Houston area … made Scout.com’s Top Texas 100 Playmakers list and Dave Campbell’s Top 300 Playmakers Team … nominated for the prestigious Houston Touchdown Club Player of the Year award … scored a touchdown in the East Meets West All-American Game … a two-time region player of the week as well as being named an area player of the week … team captain for three years at Thurgood Marshall … named his school’s Offensive Most Valuable Player after rushing for 1,205 yards and nine touchdowns on an 8.1 per carry average his senior year … added two receptions for 54 yards and a score… ran for 636 yards and five touchdowns as a junior … closed his prep career as Thurgood Marshall’s all-time leading rusher with 2,195 yards and 17 touchdowns, averaging 8.3 yards per attempt … a three-year letterman in football and track & field … holds the school record in the 40-yard dash and 100 meters … voted Most Athletic at his school … a cousin of Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Thurman Thomas.

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CURTIS

Att Yds 31 134 31 134

Avg 4.3 4.3

TD Long 2 24 2 24

Rushing

Attempts: 11 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Yards: 59 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 2x; vs. Stephen F. Austin, at UNLV in 2008 Long: 24 yards at UNLV in 2008

C L AY

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 185 I 2L

LOCKHART, TEXAS LOCKHART HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Receiving Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2007 13/0 2 24 12.0 0 13 2008 13/1 9 98 10.9 0 26 Totals 26/1 11 122 11.5 0 26

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

CLAY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

Played in all 13 games ... his first collegiate reception went for 13 yards against Utah ... had an 11-yard grab at San Diego State ... also contributed on special teams ... totaled three tackles.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Second-team all-district at both wide receiver and cornerback his senior year … was also a Fit 22 Centex All-Star and academic all-state selection … totaled 17 receptions for 504 yards and five touchdowns … averaged 29.6 yards per catch … played for Head Coach Les Goad … lettered twice in football and once in basketball … recipient of Lockhart’s Fighting Lion award in football … garnered the Lion Heart Award in basketball.

PERSONAL

Parents are Curtis Clay and Annette Burrhus-Clay … the elder Clay played football at Sul Ross State (1981-83, 1985) … a broadcast journalism major and business minor who would like to pursue a career as a sports broadcaster ... recipient of a TCU Vision Award.

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CLAY’S CAREER STATS

Totaled a career-best nine receptions … had the first multi-catch game of his career with two grabs for 32 yards in the 54-7 win over Wyoming … included in that total was a career-long 26-yard reception … had a 22-yard catch in the 44-10 victory against Air Force … closed the season with a 7-yard reception in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl win over Boise State … saw action in all 13 games … had at least one reception in eight contests … totaled three tackles on special teams.

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Tackles C areer: 6 total (3 solo)

Receiving

Receptions: 2 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Yards: 32 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Long: 26 yards vs. Wyoming in 2008

Defense

Tackles: 1, 6x; 3x in 2007, 3x in 2008 Solo Tackles: 1, 3x; vs. SMU in 2007; vs. Stephen F. Austin, vs. Stanford in 2008


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JEREMY

C O LE M A N

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

RS FRESHMAN I 6-2 I 285 I RS

MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS FORT BEND MARSHALL HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted during his first season on campus.

City Classic All-Star Game ... appeared on Scout.com’s Texas All-Combine Team ... recorded 84 stops and six sacks as a junior ... a three-year letterman in football and track and field.

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

A two-time, first-team all-district selection ... a member of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Super Team Defense ... named to the Texas Top 100 by Rivals.com and Lone Star Recruiting ... totaled 92 tackles, including 24 for a loss and 13 sacks, his senior year ... selected to the Space

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TEKERREIN

SAFETY

Parents are Darrell and Marshellia Coleman ... his father played football at Lamar University while a cousin, Michael McFarland, played football for Baylor ... majoring in business.

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

C U BA

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 210 I 1L

TYLER, TEXAS

ROBERT E. LEE HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Was in the starting lineup for his collegiate debut in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico … filled in for an injured Tejay Johnson at weak safety … totaled a season-best four tackles, including one for loss, against the Lobos … contributed three stops in the 44-14 win at UNLV … had two tackles against both SMU and Wyoming … did not play in the Poinsettia Bowl after suffering an injury in practice the day before the Frogs departed for San Diego.

CUBA’S CAREER STATS Year 2008 Totals

GP/S 7/0 7/0

Defensive

UT 7 7

AT 5 5

TT 12 12

TFL 0.5-1 0.5-1

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0

PBU 0 0

FR 0 0

FF 0 0

CUBA’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted in his first season at TCU.

Defense

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team all-state and all-district as a senior … second-team all-state his junior year …the No. 61 recruit in the state by Scout.com … recorded 87 tackles, five for a loss, with three interceptions, a forced fumble and a blocked field goal as a senior … totaled 145 solo tackles and 78 assists in his prep career … had six stops for a loss … his other career marks included 11 pass break-ups, three interceptions, five fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, one blocked kick and three touchdowns … a three-year starter in football who also lettered four years in track & field.

Tackles: 4 at New Mexico in 2008 Solo Tackles: 3 at New Mexico in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 0.5-1 at New Mexico in 2008

PERSONAL

Parents are Don and Debra Cuba ... an arts and sciences pre-major.

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WAYNE

DA N I E LS

DEFENSIVE END

JUNIOR I 6-2 I 250 I 2L

KILGORE, TEXAS KILGORE HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Recorded his first career sack in the 48-7 win at SMU … recovered a fumble while totaling a career-high four tackles, all solo, in the 54-7 victory over Wyoming … added two stops in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico … eight of his 11 tackles on the year were of the solo variety.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Utilized a redshirt during his second season as a Frog.

2006 I FRESHMAN SEASON

One of four true freshmen to see action … played in nine games … recorded his first collegiate tackle in the 31-17 win at Army … recovered a fumble in the regular-season finale against Air Force.

HIGH SCHOOL

A 2006 Max Emfinger All-American ... first-team all-district and East Texas at tight end and defensive end ... ranked as the No. 77 overall prospect in the state ... totaled 65 tackles with eight sacks, three quarterback pressures and an interception ... scored two touchdowns and blocked a field goal ... also lettered in basketball ... also recruited by Kansas State, Houston, Kansas, San Diego State, Texas Tech and UTEP.

PERSONAL

An general studies major with emphasis in communication ... parents are Willie and Kim Daniels ... father played football at Contra Costa Junior College.

DANIELS’ CAREER STATS Year GP/S 2006 9/0 2007 Redshirt 2008 12/0 Totals 21/0

Defensive

UT 1

AT 0

TT 1

TFL 0.0-0

QBS 0.0-0

INT 0

PBU 0

FR 1

FF 0

8 9

3 3

11 12

1.0-5 1.0-5

1.0-5 1.0-5

0 0

0 0

1 2

0 0

DANIELS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 4 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.0-5 at SMU in 2008 Sacks: 1.0-5 at SMU in 2008 Fumble Recoveries: 1, 2x; vs. Air Force in 2006; vs. Wyoming in 2008

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ROBERT

DECK

TIGHT END

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 255 I 1L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS NOLAN CATHOLIC HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in three games ... played in home games against Stephen F. Austin and Air Force and on the road at SMU.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

defense and deep snaps ... also lettered in basketball, baseball and track and field ... received Most Valuable Player honors in track and field ... competed in the shot put and discus.

PERSONAL

Parents are Robert and Claudia Deck ... owns a black belt in karate ... a nursing major.

Spent time on the scout team while utilizing a redshirt during his first year at TCU.

DECK’S CAREER STATS

HIGH SCHOOL

Named Nolan Catholic’s Football Player of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year as a senior ... was also selected as the football team’s Most Versatile Player ... helped lead Nolan Catholic to back-to-back state championships ... Team Captain ... utilized at tight end, fullback, on

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WALKER

Games Played/Started: 3/0

D I LLE

TIGHT END

RS FRESHMAN I 6-4 I 242 I RS

SUGAR LAND, TEXAS CLEMENTS HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

season and the District 23-5A championship ... a Texas High School Coaches Association AllStar nominee ... a two-year academic all-district selection ... lettered twice in football and three times in baseball.

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

All-State as a senior by the Texas Sportswriters Association ... was also All-Greater Houston and a unanimous selection to the all-district squad ... set single-season school records for receptions (32), yards (750) and touchdowns (9) ... averaged 23.4 yards per catch ... selected by his teammates for the Best Receiver Award ... helped lead Clements to its first perfect regular

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KYLE

PERSONAL

Parents are Brice and Carol Dille ... a business major.

D O O LEY

OFFENSIVE GUARD

SOPHOMORE I 6-3 I 315 I 1L

PAPILLION, NEB. LA VISTA HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

DOOLEY’S CAREER STATS

Saw action in 10 games with starts in five of the final seven contests … cracked the starting lineup at left guard in the 13-7 win at Colorado State … it was the first of four consecutive starts before being sidelined for the season by injury in the Nov. 1 contest at UNLV.

Redshirted in his first season at TCU

HIGH SCHOOL

All-State and All-Metro as a junior and senior … was also Super State both years and Super Six as a senior … totaled 127 pancake blocks and an 88 percent blocking grade his senior year … had 106 pancakes as a junior ... a four-year letterman on the gridiron ... played for Head Coach Gene Suhr … earned three letters in baseball.

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Parents are Richard and Connie Dooley … has a brother, Kevin, who plays baseball at Georgia State ... pursuing a degree in communications with a minor in business.

Games Played/Started: 10/5 (all in 2008)


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ROSS

E VA N S

PLACEKICKER

SOPHOMORE I 5-9 I 185 I 1L

BURNET, TEXAS BURNET HS

2008 I FRESHMAN SEASON

The only freshman to be included among the 20 semifinalists for the 2008 Lou Groza Award, honoring the nation’s top placekicker … made 16-of-20 (80.0 percent) field-goal attempts … the 16 field goals tied for the fifth-most in a season at TCU … his 49 PATs were one shy of the Horned Frogs’ single-season record (50, Chris Kaylakie, 2000) … made a 50-yard field goal on his first collegiate attempt in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico … it was the sixth-longest made kick by a freshman in 2008 while tying for the 12th-longest field goal in TCU history … closed the season with a 32-yard field goal in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State … had a streak of 12 consecutive makes at one point in the campaign ... four of his field goals were at least 39 yards … successful from 45 and 42 yards in home wins over Stephen F. Austin and San Diego State, respectively … had a 32-yard field goal at Oklahoma … tied the Horned Frogs’ single-game PAT record, accomplished four other times, with eight against Stephen F. Austin … missed an opportunity to have sole possession of the mark when a bobbled snap after the eighth of TCU’s nine touchdowns was run in for two points by holder Jeremy Kerley.

HIGH SCHOOL

All-State as a junior and senior ... was also a two-time all-district and All-Centex selection ... twice selected to Team Texas ... his 37 career prep field goals rank second all-time in the state of Texas ... made 12-of-17 field-goal attempts, including a pair of 53-yard efforts, as a senior ... was 15-of-18 on field goals as a junior while totaling 26 touchbacks ... missed just one out of 16 attempts from inside 49 yards ... had two successful on-side kicks with four pooch kicks recovered ... won the 2006 Lone Star Kicking Challenge ... had the longest field goal in Central

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JOHNNY

SAFETY

Texas as a sophomore when he was successful from 52 yards ... a starter since his freshman year at Burnet.

PERSONAL

Parents are Bob and Jann Evans ... a business major.

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

EVANS’ CAREER STATS

Kicking

Year GP FG/A Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lng Blk PAT Pts 2008 13 16-20 80.0 1-1 6-8 6-7 2-3 1-1 50 0 49-55 97 Totals 13 16-20 80.0 1-1 6-8 6-7 2-3 1-1 50 0 49-55 97

EVANS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Kicking

Field Goals: 2, 4x; at New Mexico, at SMU, vs. San Diego St., vs. BYU in 2008 Field Goals Attempted: 3, 2x; at New Mexico, at Utah in 2008 Long Field Goal: 50 yards at New Mexico in 2008 PATs Made: 8 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 (tied school record) PATs Attempted: 8 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

FOBBS

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 203 I 1L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS EVERMAN HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in eight games … totaled two solo tackles in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico … also had a solo stop the next week versus Stephen F. Austin.

FOBBS’ CAREER STATS

Defensive

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Year 2008 Totals

HIGH SCHOOL

FOBBS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

Redshirted ... named TCU’s Scout Team Defensive Most Valuable Player.

First-team all-district as a senior … posted 44 tackles and an interception while adding 162 receiving yards and three touchdowns … recorded 53 tackles, two for a loss, and six interceptions his junior year … timed at 4.4 in the 40.

GP/S 8/0 8/0

UT 3 3

AT 0 0

TT 3 3

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0

PBU 0 0

FR 0 0

FF 0 0

Defense

Tackles: 2 at New Mexico in 2008 Solo Tackles: 2 at New Mexico in 2008

PERSONAL

Parents are Johnny and Mary Fobbs ... pursuing a degree in strategic communications.

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BLAIZE

F O LTZ

OFFENSIVE GUARD

RS FRESHMAN I 6-4 I 310 I RS

DERBY, KAN. ROSE HILL HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Year in 2005 ... the first player in the history of Rose Hill High School to sign with a Division I football program.

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

First-team 4A All-State and All-Metro on both the offensive and defensive lines as a junior and senior ... named his league’s Defensive Most Valuable Player his senior year ... recorded 48 tackles and two sacks ... a Kansas Shrine Bowl selection ... a member of the Wichita Eagle and Topeka Capital-Journal Top 22 ... All-Class Top 11 and Rivals.com Top 15 ... named a Greater Wichita Student-Athlete of the Month by KAKE-TV ... Team Captain and MVP as a senior ... totaled 64 stops and five sacks his junior year in being selected Rose Hill’s Defensive Most Valuable Player ... added 47 pancake blocks on offense ... named his team’s Rookie of the

A movement science major.

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ROSS

F O R R E ST

DEFENSIVE END

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 246 I 1L

ODESSA, TEXAS PERMIAN HS

2008 I FRESHMAN SEASON

A former walk-on who played in 11 of 13 games as a true freshman … was not credited with a tackle... earned a scholarship during the offseason.

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team All-District and All-Region as a senior ... was also second-team All-State ... led the district with 10 sacks while also ranking first in tackles for a loss (16) and passes defended (seven) by a defensive lineman ... recorded 34 solo tackles in addition to returning a fumble for a touchdown ... also had an interception ... earned Academic All-State honors ... named Permian’s Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman ... Team Captain in the North-South All-Star Game in San Antonio ... a second-team All-District selection at linebacker his junior year ... a

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JERCELL

TAILBACK

two-year starter ... helped lead Permian to the third round of the state playoffs his junior and senior years, posting 9-4 and 12-1 records, respectively.

PERSONAL

Parents are Mike and Jo Forrest ... father was the University of New Mexico’s 1979 Team Most Valuable Player at linebacker and the Lobos’ Defensive Player of the Year in 1978 ... his grandfather, Bob Forrest, was a quarterback at Texas Western (UTEP) ... has a cousin, Bubba Forrest, who’s a sophomore safety at New Mexico... is majoring in business.

FORREST’S CAREER STATS Games Played/Started: 11/0 in 2008

F O RT

SOPHOMORE I 5-11 I 195 I SQ

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. HAMILTON HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

FORT’S CAREER STATS

Appeared in two home contests, with two carries each against Stephen F. Austin and Wyoming ... rushed for five yards with a long carry of three yards against the Lumberjacks.

Redshirted during his first season at TCU ... moved from cornerback to tailback midway through the fall.

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team All-Los Angeles City Section on offense by the Daily Breeze … the Western League’s second-leading rusher as a senior with 1,245 yards … ran for 11 touchdowns while averaging 8.0 yards per carry … added 24 receptions for 287 yards and two scores … posted a quarterback rating of 152.0 as he completed 9-of-10 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown … ran for a season-high 232 yards on 23 attempts with three receptions for 46 yards in a 35-0 win over South East … had 16 carries for 167 yards while completing 7-of-8 passes for 132 yards and a touchdown in a 14-12 victory against Fairfax … also had three receptions in that game … totaled 63 tackles, 39 solo, with an interception at defensive back his senior year.

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EVAN

Majoring in communications.

Year GP/S 2008 2/0 Totals 2/0

Rushing Att 4 4

Yds 5 5

Avg 1.2 1.2

TD Long 0 3 0 3

FORT’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Rushing

Attempts: 2, 2x; vs. Stephen F. Austin, vs. Wyoming in 2008 Yards: 5 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Long: 3 yards vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

FROSCH

TIGHT END

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 260 I 2L

MIDLAND, TEXAS ROBERT E. LEE HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Tied for eighth on the Frogs with 10 receptions, all coming in TCU victories … set a career-high with three catches in back-to-back wins versus Stanford and SMU … totaled a career-best 23 yards receiving against the Cardinal … his first collegiate touchdown was on a 1-yard grab at SMU … also had a 4-yard TD catch in the 44-14 win at UNLV … eight of his 10 receptions on the season came in the opening four games.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Made three starts (New Mexico, UNLV, Houston) while playing in 13 games ... all five of his receptions came in TCU victories, including a 9-yard grab in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... his first collegiate catch was an 8-yard reception versus Colorado State ... had two grabs for 14 yards at Stanford ... closed the regular season with a 4-yard reception at San Diego State.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

Named as a linebacker to the 5A Texas Football.com 2005 Super List ... ranked 49th among tight ends by Rivals.com ... also considered Houston and UTEP.

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PERSONAL

Parents are Tim and Lisa Frosch ... a business major.

FROSCH’S CAREER STATS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/3 12/3 25/6

Receiving Rec Yds Avg 5 35 7.0 10 67 6.7 15 102 6.8

TD Long 0 9 2 12 2 12

FROSCH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Receiving

Receptions: 3, 2x; vs. Stanford, at SMU in 2008 Yards: 23 vs. Stanford, 2008 Long: 12 vs. Stanford, 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 2x; at SMU, at UNLV in 2008


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JAMES

CENTER

F RY

RS FRESHMAN I 6-4 I 285 I RS

SPRING BRANCH, TEXAS SMITHSON VALLEY HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Parents are Bill and Mary Fry ... marjoring in psychology with a minor in communications ... hobbies include playing Guitar Hero, drawing and fishing.

HIGH SCHOOL

Third-team All-State by the Texas Sportswriters Association ... was also all-district and academic all-district ... helped lead Smithson Valley to a 12-2 record his senior year and a 10-1 mark as a junior ... also lettered in track and field.

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F U LLE R

TIGHT END

RS FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 245 I RS

LA VERNIA, TEXAS LA VERNIA HS tackles, including seven for a loss, to go with five interceptions, five forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries ... had 20 receptions for 500 yards and eight touchdowns ... also lettered in basketball and track and field ... was a regional qualifier in the 110-meter hurdles.

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team all-state as a senior ... was also the district Most Valuable Player ... recorded 12 touchdown catches among his 32 receptions for 760 yards ... totaled 37 tackles and two interceptions on defense ... a first-team all-district cornerback as a junior when he recorded 40

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PERSONAL

Parents are Richard and Linda Fuller ... pursuing a degree in electrical engineering ... enjoys fishing and hunting.

G A LLE G O S

YOGI

QUARTERBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 208 I RS

IRVING, TEXAS IRVING HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Did not see game action … gained valuable experience as he made the travel squad each road game for TCU, serving as the emergency No. 3 quarterback.

HIGH SCHOOL

A first-team District 7-5A selection ... team captain ... completed 60.5 percent of his passes as a senior for 2,401 yards and 15 touchdowns ... added three scoring runs ... threw for four touchdowns in a 55-7 win over Seguin ... passed for a season-high 395 yards with three scores

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KRIS

in a 27-0 victory against Grand Prairie ... caught a touchdown pass against Fossil Ridge ... also saw action as a punter and put both his kicks inside the 20 in a 44-24 win over Nimitz ... a pitcher/infielder for the Irving baseball team ... transferred to Irving from Arlington Grace Prep prior to his junior year.

PERSONAL

Parents are Tommy and Felecia Gallegos ... an arts and sciences pre-major.

GARDNER

LINEBACKER

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 235 I 1L

ARLINGTON, TEXAS MARTIN HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

GARDNER’S CAREER STATS

Contributed on special teams while adding depth at linebacker … totaled three solo stops in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin … had three assists in the 44-14 victory at UNLV.

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

TAPPS All-State selection at Arlington Grace Prep before transferring to Arlington Martin for his senior year … recorded the 11th-best SPARQ rating among several hundred prospects at the Baton Rouge NIKE Camp … posted 75 tackles as a junior … caught two passes for 88 yards and a touchdown while being used at tight end … totaled 119 yards and a score on six rushing attempts.

A communications major ... his uncle, Tony Tademy, is TCU’s linebackers coach.

Year 2008 Totals

GP/S 9/0 9/0

Defensive

UT 4 4

AT 3 3

TT 7 7

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0

PBU 0 0

FR 0 0

FF 0 0

GARDNER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 3, 2x; vs. Stephen F. Austin, at UNLV in 2008 Solo Tackles: 3 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

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CORY

G RA NT

NOSE TACKLE

JUNIOR I 6-2 I 303 I 1L

HOUSTON, TEXAS ALIEF ELSIK HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

GRANT’S CAREER STATS

Played in three games … recorded a tackle for loss in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin.

Served in a second-team role at nose tackle behind Kelly Griffin ... ranked eighth on the team with two sacks while chipping in 14 tackles overall ... recorded at least one stop in 10 of the 13 games ... his first collegiate sack resulted in a 14-yard loss at Air Force ... also had a sack in the 37-0 win over New Mexico ... assisted on two stops in his collegiate debut against Baylor ... had a season-best two stops in four games—Baylor, Air Force, Colorado State and New Mexico.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/0 3/0 16/0

Defensive

UT 8 1 9

AT 6 0 6

TT 14 1 15

TFL 2.0-18 1.0-1 3.0-19

QBS 2.0-18 0.0-0 2.0-18

INT 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

GRANT’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Defense

HIGH SCHOOL

Team Most Valuable Player as a senior ... earned third-team all-district honors his junior year when he averaged 27 yards per catch as a tight end ... mentioned as a “Player to Watch” in 2005 Dave Campbell Texas Football ... placed ninth in powerlifting at the state championship his junior year ... named to the “A team” for academics as a senior ... also lettered in track and field ... chose TCU over Tulane and Tulsa.

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Parents are Zachary and Sandra Grant … majoring in communications.

CLINT

Tackles: 2, 4x; vs. Baylor, vs. Air Force, vs. Colorado State, vs. New Mexico in 2007 Solo Tackles: 2, 2x; vs. Colorado State, vs. New Mexico in 2007 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 3x; vs. Air Force, vs. New Mexico in 2007; vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Sacks: 1.0, 2x; vs. Air Force, vs. New Mexico in 2007

GRESHAM

LONG SNAPPER

SENIOR I 6-3 I 225 I 2L

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS RAY HS / OKLAHOMA

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

HIGH SCHOOL

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

Started in all 13 games … had an outstanding season as TCU’s long and short snapper … drew praise from Horned Frog head coach Gary Patterson … totaled two tackles on special teams, vs. Stanford and at Colorado State.

Had an outstanding season in his first year as the Frogs’ deep snapper ... TCU did not have a punt blocked after surrendering three the previous season ... totaled three tackles.

A first-team all-district and second-team all-metro selection as a senior … was also thirdteam All-South Texas … lettered three years in football and two in track & field … played for Coach Roland Gonzalez at Ray High School.

Parents are Jim Gresham and Martha Booe … a marketing major with a minor in communications … his father played football at Texas from 1974-76 … a cousin, Phil Pratt, played at Oklahoma in the 1960s.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Joined the Frogs in time to participate in spring drills.

PRIOR TO TCU I OKLAHOMA Began his college career at Oklahoma.

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GRESHAM’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 26/0 (13/0 in 2007, 13/0 in 2008) Tackles: 5 (2 solo, 1 assist in 2007; 2 solo in 2008)


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GRIFFIN

NOSE TACKLE

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 295 I 2L

IRVING, TEXAS MACARTHUR HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I FRESHMAN SEASON

GRIFFIN’S CAREER STATS

Played in 11 of 13 games … had a tackle for loss as part of two stops in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin … recorded two tackles in the 44-14 win at UNLV.

An honorable-mention Freshman All-American by Sporting News ... became the first true freshman to start in the seven-year Gary Patterson head-coaching era ... started all 13 games ... one of 17 Frogs with at least two tackles for loss on the season... registered 14 tackles overall... totaled a season-best three stops, all solo, at Texas ... recorded a tackle for a loss at Wyoming and BYU ... also broke up a pass against the Cowboys ... had five games with multiple tackles.

HIGH SCHOOL

A first-team all-district selection and a second-team pick on the Reebok Super Team …totaled 75 tackles, including 15 for a loss, with five sacks and five fumble recoveries as a junior … named MacArthur’s Defensive Sophomore of the Year … recorded 62 stops his sophomore year with 10 of those tackles behind the line of scrimmage … posted two sacks and two recovered fumbles … also a track & field standout… won the district championship in the shot put … a regional track qualifier.

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Parents are Kelly Gray and Felicia Griffin ... pursuing a degree in computer information science.

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/13 11/0 24/13

Defensive UT 8 4 12

AT 6 2 8

TT 14 6 20

TFL 2.0-5 1.0-2 3.0-7

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0 0

PBU 1 0 1

FR 0 0 0

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GRIFFIN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 3 at Texas in 2007 Solo Tackles: 3 at Texas in 2007 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 3x; at Wyoming, at BYU in 2007; vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Pass Breakups: 1 at Wyoming in 2007

HICKS

WIDE RECEIVER

SOPHOMORE I 6-2 I 200 I 1L

ARLINGTON, TEXAS TIMBERVIEW HS

2008 I FRESHMAN SEASON

One of three true freshmen (Ross Evans, Ross Forrest) to see action in 2008 … came on strong at the close of the season … five of his seven receptions were in the last four games … had two catches against both UNLV and Air Force … one of his grabs against the Falcons was a spectacular one-handed snag … had a season-long 19-yard reception at Utah … filled in for an injured Jeremy Kerley and took direct snaps in wins over Wyoming and UNLV … had six carries for a season-best 38 yards while adding two receptions for 16 yards against the Rebels … ran for 23 yards on six attempts versus the Cowboys in addition to blocking a punt that resulted in a safety … totaled three tackles on special teams, including two at SMU.

HIGH SCHOOL

Prep All-American and all-district performer ... versatile four-sport letterman who saw action at RB, WR, QB, CB, S, P/PK and on special teams ... participated in the 2008 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game ... a member of ESPN’s top 150 national prospects and ranked as the seventh-best athlete on the list ... compiled 4,044 yards of total offense (1,688 rushing/1,922 passing/434 receiving) and accounted for 37 TDs during his prep career ... rushed for 1,688 yards and 18 TDs on 285 carries (5.9 ypc), threw for 1,922 yards and 15 TDs and caught 27 passes for 434 yards (16.1 ypc) and four TDs over his final three seasons ... tabbed district 4-5A Utility MVP as a senior ... led the Wolves to a 9-4 record (6-1 district) and the third round of the state playoffs ... notched 712 yards and 10 TDs on 99 carries (7.2 ypc) ... threw for 516 yards and five TDs and caught 17 passes for 248 yards (14.6 ypc) and two TDs ... also served as the team’s punter, punting 22 times for an average of 35.0 yards ... named all-district 4-5A as a junior ... helped Timberview reach the state playoffs in its first season of 5A football ... rushed for 617 yards and five TDs on 125 carries (4.9 ypc) and threw for 1,116 yards and seven TDs ... also caught five passes for 65 yards ... added 359 yards and three TDs on 61 carries (5.9 ypc) as a sophomore ... also threw for 290 yards and three TDs and caught five passes for 121 yards (24.2 ypc) and two TDs ... played for coach Terry Cron ... a three-year letterman in track and field ... competed in 4x200 and 4x400-meter relays ... holds personal bests of 21.8 in the 200 meters and 49.5 in the 400 meters ... also ran hurdles with personal bests of 15.1 in the 110-meter hurdles and 40.8 in the 300-meter hurdles ... is the school record holder in both the long jump (23 feet, 8 inches) and triple jump (46 feet, 3.5 inches) ... also a three-year letterman in baseball and basketball.

HICKS’ CAREER STATS

Year GP/S 2008 11/2 Totals 11/2

Receiving

Rec 7 7

Yds 69 69

Avg 9.9 9.9

TD Long 0 19 0 19

Rushing Att 13 13

Yds 68 68

Avg 5.2 5.2

TD 0 0

Long 13 13

Tackles: 3 solo in 2008; Blocked Kick: 1 in 2008

HICKS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Receiving

Rushing

Receptions: 2, 2x; at UNLV, vs. Air Force in 2008 Attempts: 6, 2x; vs. Wyoming, at UNLV in 2008 Yards: 19 at Utah in 2008 Yards: 38 at UNLV in 2008 Long: 19 yards at Utah in 2008 Long: 13 vs. Wyoming in 2008

Defense

Tackles: 2 solo at SMU in 2008 Blocked Punt: 1 vs. Wyoming in 2008

PERSONAL

Marjoring in communications.

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RYAN

H I G HTO W E R

FULLBACK

JUNIOR I 5-9 I 215 I SQ

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. LA CUEVA HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Saw his first game action for TCU, appearing in the home contest vs. Stephen F. Austin.

HIGH SCHOOL

Was utilized on the scout team.

Lettered in football, wrestling and track and field at La Cueva High School ... won the New Mexico Class 5A state title in both 2004 and 2005 while playing for Head Coach Fred Romero ... set school records on the field for career tackles, assisted tackles and fumble recoveries and in the weight room in the dead lift and military press.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Parents are Ken and Judy Hightower ... pursuing a degree in electrical engineering.

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGHTOWER’S CAREER STATS Games Played/Started: 1/0 (1/0 in 2008)

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CORDERRA

SAFETY

H U NTE R

SENIOR I 6-2 I 220 I 3L

LONGVIEW, TEXAS LONGVIEW HS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Saw action in all 13 games … added depth to the safety position while contributing on special teams … totaled a season-best three tackles, including two solo stops, in the 31-14 win over Stanford … posted at least one tackle in seven of 13 contests.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Hunter appeared in all 13 games ... contributed on special teams while adding depth to the safety position ... recorded his first collegiate interception in the 37-0 win over New Mexico ... assisted on a tackle at Air Force.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Contributed on special teams … totaled five tackles on the season … recovered a fumble and assisted on a tackle in the 26-3 win over Wyoming … totaled two stops at Utah… was moved from cornerback to safety during spring drills.

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played cornerback for coach John King at Longview High ... earned second-team all-district accolades after picking off a pair of passes with eight pass breakups and 47 tackles ... a member of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s and the Houston Chronicle’s State 100 list ... ranked 44th on the state 100 list by Rivals.com and 22nd in the nation among cornerbacks ... ranked 38th on the SuperPrep Texas 99... also lettered in track & field ... finished second behind current Frog Otis McDaniel in the 2004 5A state track meet in the 200 meters with a time of 21.27 ... runs a 4.4 40-yard dash. Originally committed to Texas Tech but also considered Arkansas, Kansas, Kansas State, Ole Miss and Oklahoma.

PERSONAL

Mother’s name is Carolyn Hunter … a communications major.

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HUNTER’S CAREER STATS Year 2006 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 11/0 13/0 13/0 37/0

Defensive

UT 2 0 4 6

AT 3 1 5 9

TT 5 1 9 15

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS INT 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 0 0.0-0 1

HUNTER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense Tackles: 3 vs. Stanford in 2008 Solo Tackles: 2 vs. Stanford in 2008 Interceptions: 1 vs. New Mexico in 2007 Fumble Recoveries: 1 vs. Wyoming in 2006

PBU 0 0 0 0

FR 1 0 0 1

FF 0 0 0 0


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ALEX

I B I LOYE

SAFETY

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 183 I 2L

GARLAND, TEXAS SOUTH GARLAND HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

A key special teams member who served in a back-up role at cornerback … totaled a seasonbest three tackles, including two solo stops, at Oklahoma … had two solo tackles at Utah … combined on two stops in the 54-7 win over Wyoming … had at least one tackle in nine of 13 games.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in all 13 contests ... a special teams standout ... five of his six tackles on the season were solo stops ... had a tackle in six separate games.

IBILOYE’S CAREER STATS Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 13/0 13/0 26/0

Defensive

UT 5 11 16

AT 1 2 3

TT 6 13 19

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0

PBU 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

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IBILOYE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Tackles: 3 at Oklahoma in 2008 Solo Tackles: 2, 2x; at Oklahoma, at Utah in 2008

Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

Ranked as the No. 54 cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com ... first-team all-district ... placed third on South Garland in tackles as a senior ... totaled 85 stops with five interceptions ... added 12 pass breakups and a fumble return for a touchdown ... had 15 scholarship offers from around the country ... lettered twice in both football and track and field ... also recruited by Baylor, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Oklahoma State and Tulane.

PERSONAL

Parents are Alex Ibiloye and Tai Hazoume … a communications major ... has a younger brother, Joseph, who plays defensive back at Oklahoma.

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COLIN

SAFETY

JONES

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 205 I 2L

BRIDGEPORT, TEXAS BRIDGEPORT HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Made a major contribution on special teams in addition to providing depth at safety … had a 6-yard sack as part of two tackles in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico … added a pass breakup against the Lobos … totaled a career-best four stops in the 44-14 victory at UNLV … recorded two solo tackles in the 48-7 win over SMU.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Contributed on special teams while adding depth at safety ... blocked a punt against SMU which led to Bart Johnson scooping up the ball and returning it for a touchdown in the Frogs’ 21-7 victory ... added a solo tackle against the Mustangs ... totaled a season-best three stops in the 24-12 win over Colorado State ... posted two solo tackles in the 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston ... also recorded tackles in road victories at Stanford and San Diego State ... played in 12 games.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman

JONES’ CAREER STATS

Year 2007 2008 Totals

GP/S 12/0 13/0 25/0

Defensive

UT 5 7 12

AT 3 3 6

TT 8 10 18

TFL 0.0-0 1.0-6 1.0-6

QBS 0.0-0 1.0-6 1.0-6

JONES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 4 at UNLV in 2008 Solo Tackles: 2, 3x; vs. Houston in 2007; at SMU, at UNLV in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at New Mexico in 2008 Sacks: 1.0 at New Mexico in 2008 Pass Breakups: 1 at New Mexico in 2008

HIGH SCHOOL

First-team all-state as a senior … was also district and county Most Valuable Player … totaled 1,800 yards rushing and 1,100 receiving his senior year … accounted for 37 touchdowns ... Team Offensive MVP as a junior and senior ... honorable-mention all-state his junior year … chose TCU over Baylor, Purdue, and SMU.

PERSONAL

Parents are Kevin and Sherri Jones … working towards a degree in communications with a minor in English.

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JONATHAN

JONES

WIDE RECEIVER

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 197 I 1L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS EVERMAN HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in 12 of 13 games and earned his first career start at SMU … his two receptions on the season came in the opening two contests … had a 4-yard catch at New Mexico in his collegiate debut … came back the next week with a 14-yard scoring reception, representing TCU’s first touchdown pass of the season, in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin.

Majoring in communications ... his father, Paul, was a defensive end for TCU and a three-year letterman (1982-84).

JONES’ CAREER STATS

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Receiving

Year GP/S 2008 12/1 Totals 12/1

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

A second-team defensive utility player on the Reebok Super Team … the No. 61 recruit in the state by Scout.com … totaled 26 receptions for 520 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior … made over 40 stops on defense with two interceptions and a forced fumble … blocked five extra-point attempts, four punts and two field goals … helped lead Everman to a 9-3 record his senior year.

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PERSONAL

TREVIUS

Rec 2 2

Yds 18 18

Avg 9.0 9.0

TD Long 1 14 1 14

JONES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Receiving

Receptions: 1, 2x; at New Mexico, vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Yards: 14 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Long: 14 yards vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Touchdowns: 1 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008

JONES

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

RS FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 310 I RS

TYLER, TEXAS

ROBERT E. LEE HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Parents are Carolyn and Charles Young ... working towards a degree in business ... enjoys reading, going to the lake (wakeboarding), music and hanging out with friends.

HIGH SCHOOL

Honorable-mention All-State by the Texas Sportswriters Association ... first-team All-District 12-5A ... also lettered in track and field.

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ANSON

PUNTER

K E LTO N

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 260 I 1L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS ALEDO HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference … 30 of his 54 punts (55.6 percent) went inside the 20, including three of four in the 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl win over Boise State … placed at least half his kicks inside the 20 in 11 of 13 games … had just seven touchbacks on the year … 62 percent of his season punts were pooch kicks with 81 percent of those kicks downed inside the 20 … averaged over 40 yards per punt in 11 of 13 games … one of the exceptions was one punt for 38 yards in a 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin … had six punts of 50 or more yards … Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Week after placing four of seven punts against Colorado State inside the Ram 13 with two of those kicks landing inside the 3 … five of six punts at Oklahoma went inside the 20 … had a 43.2 average in the OU game … placed four of seven kicks versus Stanford inside the 20 … had a career-long 58-yard punt in the rain and wind of the Stanford game … posted a 44.0 mark on two attempts in the 32-7 win over BYU … averaged a season-best 46.0 yards on two punts versus Air Force.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

All-state at punter his senior year in addition to being an all-district and all-region selection at defensive end and punter … a member of the Dallas-Fort Worth Super Team at punter … averaged 44 yards per attempt as a senior while totaling 45 tackles, including six sacks, and two fumble recoveries on defense … added two pass receptions for 14 yards and a touchdown on offense … was all-district, all-region and all-state at tight end his junior year…

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also received district and regional honors at punter … had 32 receptions for 440 yards and five touchdowns … averaged 39 yards per punt … all-district at tight end and punter as a sophomore … three-year letterman.

PERSONAL

Parents are Hugh and Roxy Bowling ... a business major.

KELTON’S CAREER STATS

Year 2008 Totals

GP 13 13

Punting No. 54 54

Yds 2230 2230

Avg 41.3 41.3

Lng 58 58

Blk 1 1

TB 7 7

KELTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Punting

Punts: 7, 2x; vs. Stanford, at Colorado State in 2008 Average (3 or more atts): 43.2 yards/att (6 atts) at Oklahoma in 2008 Long: 58 yards vs. Stanford in 2008 50+ Yard Kicks: 2, 2x; vs. Stanford, at Utah in 2008 Kicks Inside Opponent’s 20: 5 at Oklahoma in 2008

FC 4 4

50+ 6 6

I20 30 30


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KERN

CORNERBACK

SOPHOMORE I 5-10 I 175 I SQ

MILWAUKEE, WIS. MARQUETTE UNIV. HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

HIGH SCHOOL

Did not see game action.

A three-sport letterman at Marquette University High School ... helped lead his football and basketball teams to conference championships ... earned second-team all-conference honors as a cornerback on the gridiron ... lettered twice in football ... team captain in basketball as a senior ... named his team’s Best Defender three times in four years ... led the track and field team in points ... lettered four times in that sport ... set a school record in the triple jump while placing in the top 10 all-time in the long jump.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman.

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

PERSONAL

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Parents are Ben Kern and Tracey Johnson ... a cousin of NBA player Devin Harris ... another cousin, Nick Polk, plays football at Indiana... is an economics major.

JAKE

K I R K PATR I C K

CENTER

JUNIOR I 6-3 I 305 I 2L

TYLER, TEXAS

ROBERT E. LEE HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

KIRKPATRICK’S CAREER STATS

Saw action in 12 of 13 games … played in a reserve role behind Blake Schlueter as well as contributing on special teams.

Kirkpatrick appeared in nine games as a sophomore ... also utilized on special teams.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Parents are Scott and Becky Kirkpatrick ... father played basketball at Navarro College from 1975-77 … major is business with a minor in communications.

Games Played/Started: 21/0 (9/0 in 2007; 12/0 in 2008) Tackles: 1 solo in 2008

Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

Second-team all-district as a senior in his first year of playing football ... a first-team all-state selection in basketball … was also the 5-A District Most Valuable Player in that sport ... lettered once in football and four times in basketball ... also lettered in baseball and tennis.

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CLARENCE

LE ATC H

DEFENSIVE END

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 245 I 1L

TATUM, TEXAS TATUM HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Played in seven games … recorded solo tackles in wins over Stephen F. Austin and SMU.

LEATCH’S CAREER STATS Defensive

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Year 2007 2008 Totals

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

LEATCH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

HIGH SCHOOL

Tackles: 1, 4x; vs. CSU, vs. New Mexico in 2007; vs. Stephen F. Austin, at SMU in 2008 Solo Tackles: 1, 4x; vs. CSU, vs. New Mexico in 2007; vs. Stephen F. Austin, at SMU in 2008 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 vs. Colorado State, 2007

Leatch saw his first game action for the Frogs, playing in three home contests—Baylor, New Mexico and Colorado State ... had a tackle for a loss in the 24-12 win over Colorado State ... also had a solo stop in a 37-0 victory against New Mexico.

Redshirted as a true freshman.

A first-team All-District 16-3A selection ... helped lead Tatum to a 15-0 record and the 2005 Class 3A state championship his senior year ... recorded 17 sacks as part of 130 tackles his senior year ... totaled six forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and two interceptions... was the District Newcomer of the Year as a junior ... also lettered in basketball … runs a 4.65 in the 40 ... also considered Houston, Michigan State and Louisiana-Lafayette.

GP/S 3/0 7/0 10/0

UT 2 2 4

AT 0 0 0

TT 2 2 4

TFL 1.0-1 0.0-0 1.0-1

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0 0 0

PBU 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0

Defense

PERSONAL

Parents are Niel and Eva Leatch … a communications major ... his uncle is former TCU safety and current Dallas Cowboys linebacker Stephen Hodge.

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TYLER

LUT TR E LL

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 210 I 1L

WEATHERFORD, TEXAS WEATHERFORD HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Saw action in nine of 13 games … made contributions on special teams.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Named TCU’s Offensive Scout Team MVP ... did not see game action.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON Redshirted as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL

A second-team all-district selection at quarterback as a senior … was also academic all-state … passed for over 1,800 yards … led his school to its first 5-A playoff appearance since 1999 … named the Weatherford ISD Athletic Department Male Athlete of the Year … a two-time recipient of Weatherford’s Most Valuable Player Offensive Skill Position award … threw for 1,450 yards and a district-best 17 touchdowns as a junior, earning honorable-mention alldistrict and academic all-district accolades ... played for Head Coach Mike Sneed … lettered twice in football and three times in track & field … was the track & field team’s MVP his junior and senior years … placed first in the district in the 300-meter hurdles as a senior and second

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CENTER

as a junior, becoming a regional qualifier in both years … ran the third leg of the regional qualifying sprint relay team as a senior … was also the anchor leg of Weatherford’s recordbreaking 4x200 meter relay team.

PERSONAL

A business major … parents are Mike and Barby Luttrell … his father is in the TCU Lettermen’s Association after a stellar career (1972-74) as a Horned Frog running back … Mike Luttrell is TCU’s 10th-leading all-time rusher with 2,312 yards … had eight career 100-yard games … topped TCU in rushing as a sophomore, junior and senior … also led the Frogs in scoring and total offense.

LUTTRELL’S CAREER STATS Games Played/Started: 9/0 in 2008

MARROU

SENIOR I 6-5 I 268 I 2L

CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS CALALLEN HS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Added depth to the offensive line … appeared in five games.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Saw action in one game, against Wyoming.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Played in four games, against UC Davis, Wyoming, San Diego State and Air Force.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played center and on the defensive side of the ball at Calallen High School ... coached by Phil Danaher ... earned third-team all-state honors by the Sports Writers Association ... a two-time All-South Texas selection and was the unanimous selection as the Offensive Lineman MVP in District 30-4A ... was a first-team all-district selection in 2003 ... also competed in basketball, baseball and track & field for the Fighting Wildcats ... regarded as having good feet for pass protection ... has a 27-inch vertical leap ... turned down a scholarship offer from Colorado.

PERSONAL

Parents are Lane and Candy Marrou ... major is general studies with a communication emphasis ... enjoys fishing and hunting.

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

MARROU’S CAREER STATS

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Games Played/Started: 10/0 (4/0 in 2006; 1/0 in 2007; 5/0 in 2008)

GREG

M C C OY

CORNERBACK

SOPHOMORE I 5-10 I 181 I 1L

DALLAS, TEXAS WOODROW WILSON HS

2008 I FRESHMAN SEASON

Fastest member of the Frogs … played in 12 of 13 games … added depth to the cornerback position while contributing on special teams … had at least one tackle in seven contests … recorded his first interception to go with a 24-yard return and solo stop in the 54-7 win over Wyoming … had a season-best two tackles in the 44-14 victory over Air Force.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

McCoy utilized a redshirt during his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL

Received 4-A Most Valuable Player honors as a senior … was also first-team all-area at wide receiver … totaled 37 receptions for 834 yards and 10 touchdowns … ranked 37th on SportsDay’s Area Top 100 … named Woodrow Wilson’s team MVP … first-team all-district at defensive back his junior year and a second-team selection at wide receiver … recorded three interceptions and scored over 10 touchdowns.

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PERSONAL

Mother is Neancia McCoy ... a communications major ... attended the same high school as former TCU quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Davey O’Brien.

MCCOY’S CAREER STATS

Year 2008 Totals

GP/S 12/0 12/0

Defensive

UT 4 4

AT 4 4

TT 8 8

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 1 1

PBU 0 0

FR 0 0

FF 0 0

MCCOY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Defense

Tackles: 2 vs. Air Force in 2008 Solo Tackles: 1, 4x in 2008 (vs. Stephen F. Austin, vs. San Diego St., vs. Wyoming, vs. Air Force) Interceptions: 1 vs. Wyoming in 2008


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2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

N I UTE I

NOSE TACKLE

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 300 I SQ

EULESS, TEXAS TRINITY HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

NIUTEI’S CAREER STATS

Selected by his teammates as the Most Valuable Player on the Defensive Scout Team.

Appeared in one game, against New Mexico.

Parents are Vini and Fehia Niutei ... a communications major with a minor in social work.

Games Played/Started: 1/0 in 2007

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL Tarrant Country Area Top 50 selection ... first-team all-district as a junior and senior ... recorded 13 sacks his senior year while placing second on Trinity in tackles ... helped key a Trinity defense that allowed just 16.6 points per game.

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JEFF

O LS O N

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 282 I SQ

MCKINNEY, TEXAS MCKINNEY NORTH HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Redshirted during his first season at TCU.

16 receptions for 160 yards and a touchdown as a senior … totaled 22 catches for 300 yards in his prep career … recorded 20 tackles with 4.5 sacks and three forced fumbles on defense his senior year … lettered three seasons in both football and basketball … a three-year starter on the gridiron … an academic all-district selection as a post player in basketball … named McKinney North’s Most Improved Player in that sport.

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

Added depth to the offensive line in his first season of competition for the Horned Frogs.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

A unanimous first-team all-district and All-Collin County selection as a junior and senior … second-team all-region his senior year … started at tight end and on the defensive line …had

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BILLY

Parents are Tim and Beth Olson ... major is strategic communications.

PIZOR

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 180 I SQ

KATY, TEXAS TAYLOR HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Contributed on the scout team.

2007 I FRESHMAN SEASON Did not see game action in his first season at TCU.

HIGH SCHOOL

Named Taylor High School’s Most Valuable Receiver in 2005 ... played for Head Coach Bill Lane ... earned one letter in football and three in track and field ... selected as the track and field MVP in 2006 ... was Taylor’s Outstanding Running Performer in 2005.

PERSONAL

Parents are Barry and Lynne Pizor ... his father played football and baseball at Dartmouth (1979-81) and held the school’s career record for interceptions ... has a younger brother, Scott ... a business information systems major with a minor in geology ... enjoys playing guitar in his spare time.

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NIC

RICHMOND

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

SENIOR I 6-8 I 322 I 3L

GARLAND, TEXAS SOUTH GARLAND HS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Played in all 13 games … started at right tackle against BYU and UNLV when Marcus Cannon was sidelined by injury.

HIGH SCHOOL

Entered the starting lineup for the first time as a sophomore ... started each of TCU’s 13 games at right tackle.

Lettered in football, track & field and tennis at South Garland High School... earned all-district honors in football for coach Mickey Moss ... made the move to the offensive side of the ball in 2004... ranked 41st on the Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 100 list ... ranked 65th on the SuperPrep Texas 99... was on the Houston Chronicle’s State 100 list ... listed by Rivals.com as the nation’s 49th best offensive tackle ... owns a seven-foot two-inch wingspan ... also considered Baylor, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Tulane and SMU.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

PERSONAL

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

RICHMOND’S CAREER STATS

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

A second-team offensive tackle who saw action in five games … made his season debut against Wyoming … appeared in the Frogs’ final four contests, versus San Diego State, Colorado State, Air Force and Northern Illinois.

Games Played/Started: 31/15 (13/2 in 2008; 13/13 in 2007; 5/0 in 2006)

Redshirted as a true freshman

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Parents are Chester and Ruby Richmond … earned a degree in communications from TCU in the spring of 2008 ... currently working on a master’s degree in liberal arts.

ZACH

R OTH

OFFENSIVE GUARD

JUNIOR I 6-5 I 310 I RS

GARDEN CITY, KAN. HOLCOMB HS / GARDEN CITY CC

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Parents are Brian and Lyn Roth ... major is communications.

PRIOR TO TCU I AT GARDEN CITY CC

A Region VI National Junior College Athletic Association All-American ... was a first-team AllKansas Jayhawk Conference.

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SAFETY

S C OT T

RS FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 185 I RS

BATON ROUGE, LA. SOUTHERN LAB HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

recoveries and 11 pass break-ups ... a four-year letterman in football ... also lettered in golf and track and field.

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

First-team Class I-A as a linebacker his senior year ... recorded 121 tackles with six sacks ... also had three interceptions and two fumble recoveries ... blocked four punts ... selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and Red Stick Bowl ... totaled 103 tackles (85 solo), including 12 for a loss with eight sacks, as a junior ... added three interceptions, four fumble

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Parents are Chris and Jacqueline Scott ... father was a linebacker at Southern University ... majoring in communications.


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S H A R P LE S

PLACEKICKER

JUNIOR I 5-9 I 185 I SQ

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS OAK RIDGE HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Appeared in three games, vs. Stanford, at SMU and at UNLV ... handled two kickoffs, one against Stanford and one against SMU.

HIGH SCHOOL

Did not see game action.

A two-year letterman who connected on a school-record 52-yard field goal his senior year ... voted Oak Ridge’s Special Teams Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior ... a two-time Academic All-District selection ... lettered four years in soccer ... was first-team All-District his senior year, a second-team pick as a junior and honorable mention his sophomore season ... was a Team Captain in soccer ... voted Most Athletic in his senior class.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

Parents are Ken and Kathy Sharples ... has an older brother, John ... majoring in marketing with a minor in communications.

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

SHARPLES’ CAREER STATS

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Games Played/Started: 3/0 in 2008

SHIVERS

LUKE

FULLBACK

SOPHOMORE I 6-0 I 220 I 1L

WHITEHOUSE, TEXAS WHITEHOUSE HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Ran for 3-yard touchdowns against UNLV and Air Force on his only two carries of the season … also had a kickoff return for five yards against the Falcons … had a 5-yard reception in the 41-7 win over San Diego State … saw action in 12 of 13 games.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in 2007 ... moved from linebacker to fullback during mid-season.

HIGH SCHOOL

District Most Valuable Player as a senior … honorable mention all-state at linebacker… totaled 87 tackles, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and a defensive touchdown his senior year … rushed for nearly 2,000 yards as a running back his junior and senior years combined … totaled 4,460 all-purpose yards in his prep career … first-team all-district as a sophomore and junior … led the district in rushing and all-purpose yards his junior year … was the District Newcomer of the Year his freshman season … also lettered in basketball and track & field… first-team all-district in basketball as he led Whitehouse in scoring his junior year … named his team’s Sophomore of the Year … a member of the National Honor Society and an honorable-mention academic all-state selection.

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PERSONAL

Parents are Paul and Susan Shivers … a business major.

SHIVERS’ CAREER STATS

Year GP/S 2008 12/0 Totals 12/0

Rushing Att Yds Avg TD Long 2 6 3.0 2 3 2 6 3.0 2 3

Receiving Rec Yds 1 5 1 5

Avg 5.0 5.0

TD 0 0

Long 5 5

Tackles: 1 solo in 2008 at SMU

SHIVERS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Rushing

Attempts: 1, 2x; at UNLV, vs. Air Force in 2008 Yards: 3, 2x; at UNLV, vs. Air Force in 2008 Long: 3, 2x; at UNLV, vs. Air Force in 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 2x, at UNLV, vs. Air Force in 2008

Receiving

Receptions: 1 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Yards: 5 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Long: 5 yards vs. San Diego State in 2008

S H UT T

WIDE RECEIVER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-0 I 178 I RS

SAVANNAH, TENN. HARDIN COUNTY HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

PERSONAL

Parents are Bob and Janie Shutt ... a computer information science major.

HIGH SCHOOL

Totaled over 800 receiving yards as a senior ... had 1,425 all-purpose yards his junior year in being named Region 4-A Player of the Year ... also selected to the All-West Tennessee Team.

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CHRIS

S M ITH

TAILBACK

SENIOR I 5-11 I 231 I 3L

NAVASOTA, TEXAS NAVASOTA HS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

Appeared in five games … rushed for a season-best 32 yards on four carries in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin … had a career-long 17-yard run on his lone carry in the 41-7 victory against San Diego State … totaled five carries for 13 yards at New Mexico as well as two attempts for 10 yards at SMU.

Class 3A all-state honors by the Associated Press ... rushed for more than 5,000 yards as a three-year starter ... member of the Star-Telegram’s State 100 list ... also competed in track and powerlifting ... placed third at regionals in powerlifting as a junior ... considered Arizona, Baylor, Miami (Fla.) and Oklahoma State before deciding on TCU ... ranked as the nation’s 43rd-best running back by Rivals.com.

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

Made the switch from fullback to tailback following the conclusion of his sophomore season and worked exclusively at the spot during the spring ... saw action in four games ... ran for a season-best 16 yards on six carries in the 37-0 win over New Mexico ... also had a pair of carries for two yards in the 38-36 victory at Stanford.

Parents are Tony and Sarah Mallard … earned a degree in communications in the spring of 2008 ... currently pursuing a master’s degree in education administration.

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Had a 14-yard touchdown run on his second collegiate carry in the 46-13 win over UC Davis … it was also a season-long rush … totaled 17 yards on two attempts in the UCD game … ran for 14 yards on three carries in the 52-0 victory over San Diego State … had three carries for nine yards in a 45-14 decision at Colorado State … had one rushing attempt for a yard in the 12-3 win over Texas Tech.

Year GP/S 2006 11/0 2007 8/0 2008 5/0 Totals 24/0

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

SMITH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

Redshirted during his first season at TCU.

Rushing

Att Yds 9 41 8 18 12 72 29 131

Avg 4.6 2.2 6.0 4.5

TD Long 1 14 0 6 0 17 1 17

Rushing

HIGH SCHOOL

Named the Offensive MVP in District 20-3A as a running back for the 9-2 Navasota Rattlers ... coached by Dan Burk ... led the Brazos Valley in rushing in 2004 with 1,863 yards, earning

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JASON

Attempts: 6 vs. New Mexico in 2007 Yards: 32 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Long Rush: 17 yards vs. San Diego State in 2008 Touchdowns: 1vs. UC Davis in 2006

TE AG U E

CORNERBACK

JUNIOR I 6-2 I 185 I SQ

CARTHAGE, TEXAS CARTHAGE HS / TYLER JC

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Saw action in five games after being sidelined during preseason camp by injury … assisted on a tackle in the regular-season finale against Air Force.

as a senior... also totaled 15 touchdowns as a running back and wide receiver... all-district selection as a junior, when he totaled three interceptions and two fumble recoveries... also rushed for 432 yards and six touchdowns on a 6.6 per carry average.

PRIOR TO TCU I AT TYLER JC

PERSONAL

HIGH SCHOOL

TEAGUE’S CAREER STATS

Played one season at Tyler Junior College ... ranked by Rivals.com as the 53rd-best JC player in the nation.

Named the Texas 3-A Defensive Most Valuable Player as a senior in 2005... Rivals.com tabbed him as the 30th-best cornerback in the nation and the 65th-best player in the state of Texas during his senior campaign... was utilized at running back, receiver, safety and on special teams... totaled eight interceptions and blocked five punts in being named All-State

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SPENCER

CENTER

A communications major.

Games Played/Started: 5/0 in 2008 Tackles: 1 assist in 2008

TH O M P S O N

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 305 I SQ

PLAINVIEW, TEXAS PLAINVIEW HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Provided depth on the offensive line … appeared in four games.

Team his senior year... also named to the squad as a junior ... started 36 games in his prep career and blocked for three straight 2,000-yard rushers ... a three-year letterman.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON

PERSONAL

Thompson redshirted after enrolling early ... arrived at TCU for the spring 2007 semester and took part in spring drills.

Parents are Jim and Susan Thompson ... majoring in finance with minors in accounting and communications.

HIGH SCHOOL

THOMPSON’S CAREER STATS

Graduated from Plainview in December 2006 ... first-team all-state as a junior and senior... a three-time all-district selection ... named Most Valuable Player on the Amarillo Globe Super

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VERNON

OFFENSIVE GUARD

JUNIOR I 6-2 I 295 I 1L

IRVING, TEXAS MACARTHUR HS

2008 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

Played in 12 of 13 games … contributed in a back-up role at left guard.

2007 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

Saw action in two home games as a reserve guard ... played against New Mexico and UNLV.

2006 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Rivals.com Texas Top 100 … ranked 41st in the Dallas Morning News Area Top 100 … firstteam all-district and second-team all-area as a senior … all-academic 6-5A … also considered Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and North Texas.

PERSONAL

2009 FROG RETURNEES

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

Mother is Cathy Vernon … a communications major with a minor in educational studies.

VERNON’S CAREER STATS

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

Games Played/Started: 14/0 (2/0 in 2007 and 12/0 in 2008)

HIGH SCHOOL

Ranked 11th by Rivals.com for centers in the nation … was also preseason No. 89 in the

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W E S LEY

TAILBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 5-9 I 185 I RS

IRVING, TEXAS MACARTHUR HS

2008 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Redshirted in his first season on campus ... named TCU’s Scout Team Offensive Most Valuable Player.

receptions for 109 yards (12.1 average) ... ran for 851 yards and five scores his junior year ... totaled 11 catches, including a touchdown, for 117 yards ... also ran the 4x100 and 4x200 relays as well as the 100 meters for the track team.

HIGH SCHOOL

PERSONAL

Rushed for 1,309 yards and 15 touchdowns on a 6.5 per carry mark as a senior ... added nine

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GARRETT

Mother is June Gates ... major is geography.

W I N S ET T

WIDE RECEIVER

SOPHOMORE I 5-9 I 180 I SQ

AUSTIN, TEXAS MCNEIL HS

2008 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

as selected by the players and coaches ... team captain and a team leader as a senior ... was a second-team all-district pick his junior year when he had 21 catches for 360 yards and four scores ... named academic all-district as a junior and senior ... a two-year starter and threeyear letterman ... also lettered in track and field.

Did not see game action as a redshirt freshman.

2007 I REDSHIRT SEASON A redshirt in his first season at TCU.

PERSONAL

HIGH SCHOOL

Parents are Troy and Sue Winsett ... a communications major.

First-team All-District as a senior ... totaled 70 receptions for 680 yards and four touchdowns ... received McNeil’s prestigious Maverick Award, given to the best overall leader on the team

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RYAN

W YAT T

OFFENSIVE GUARD

SENIOR I 6-3 I 286 I SQ

SPRING BRANCH, TEXAS SMITHSON VALLEY HS

2008 I JUNIOR SEASON

HIGH SCHOOL

2007 I SOPHOMORE SEASON

PERSONAL

2006 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON

WYATT’S CAREER STATS

Saw his first game action as a Frog, appearing in home contests against Stephen F. Austin and Air Force. Added depth to the offensive line as a sophomore. Did not see game action.

2005 I REDSHIRT SEASON

Earned all-district honors for Head Coach Larry Hill at Smithson Valley … was also academic all-state … a two-year letterman. Parents are Randy and Susan Wyatt … majoring in business … enjoys hunting.

Games Played/Started: 2/0 in 2008 Tackles: 1 assist in 2008

Redshirted in his first season on campus.

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OTHER RETURNEES BRIAN

A LE X I S

CHRIS

CORNERBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 5-9 I 160 I RS FORT WORTH, TEXAS FORT WORTH COUNTRY DAY HS

HAYDEN

17

BOWERS

RS FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 220 I RS

BRYAN

46

HOUK

RS FRESHMAN I 6-2 I 192 I RS

3

COLLEYVILLE, TEXAS GRAPEVINE HS

MCDONALD

WIDE RECEIVER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-0 I 200 I RS NEW VERNON, N.J. MADISON HS

MICHAEL

21

ROSNER

CENTER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 295 I RS SUGAR LAND, TEXAS DULLES HS

DAVID

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STO L Z M A N

LINEBACKER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-0 I 205 I RS SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS CARROLL HS

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RS FRESHMAN I 5-11 I 175 I RS FORNEY, TEXAS FORNEY HS

44

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C I CAC K

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

RS FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 245 I RS SUGAR LAND, TEXAS CLEMENTS HS

DEVIN

PLACEKICKER

PATRICK

WIDE RECEIVER

CHARLIE

FULLBACK

AUSTIN, TEXAS AUSTIN HS

ATTERBERRY

60

JOHNSON

CORNERBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 188 I RS OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. MOORE HS

KEVIN

26

O RTE G A

65

SNAPPER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 210 I RS

JUSTIN

40

TR EJ O

BRANDON

23

COOK

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 5-10 I 185 I HS PLANO, TEXAS EAST HS/ KANSAS ST.

WILLIE

32

LE I S S

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 170 I RS HURST, TEXAS L.D. BELL HS

4

PAT TE R S O N

KENILWORTH, ILL. NEW TRIER HS

LOGAN

RS FRESHMAN I 6-4 I 305 I RS

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S LI G A R

LINEBACKER

RS FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 225 I RS MARIETTA, GA. POPE HS

KYLE

OFFENSIVE GUARD

ST. PAUL, MINN. CRETIN-DERHAM HALL HS

BAKERSFIELD, CALIF. GARCES MEMORIAL HS

RS FRESHMAN I 5-11 I 185 I RS

S H E LLEY

AUSTIN, TEXAS HYDE PARK BAPTIST HS

FRESHMAN I 5-11 I 185 I HS

PUNTER

JUNIOR I 5-6 I 155 I TR

DANIEL

B E R RY

WIDE RECEIVER

CALE

PLACEKICKER

SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS CARROLL HS/ OKLAHOMA ST.

MICHAEL

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W I LS O N

QUARTERBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 200 I RS SPRINGTOWN, TEXAS SPRINGTOWN HS

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JOSH

30

B OYC E

WIDE RECEIVER

FRESHMAN I 5-11 I 195 I HS

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS

TANNER

BROCK

LINEBACKER

FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 227 217 I HS

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS COPPERAS COVE HS

A three-time first-team all-state selection … ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 53 player in the state ... recorded 155 tackles, including 101 solo stops, as a senior … included in that total were 13 tackles for loss … his 693 career tackles are the most in school history by nearly 400 … posted 229 stops with 23 TFLs as a sophomore and 227 tackles his junior year in leading Copperas Cove to consecutive 12-3 seasons and 4A Division I state title games … Copperas Cove advanced to at least the state semifinals in three consecutive seasons … parents are Reb Brock and Leslie and William Hinchman ... older brother, Logan, is a sophomore tight end at TCU … his father, Reb Brock, is the defensive coordinator at Copperas Cove.

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BURNS

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN

FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 285 I HS

NEW BOSTON, TEXAS MAUD HS

District 17-A Most Valuable Player ... Texas Sports Writers Association first-team all-state selection on the offensive line … recorded 108 knockdown blocks and 38 pancakes ... was also an honorable-mention all-state choice as a defensive lineman … all-Northeast Texas by the Texarkana Gazette ... Bowie County Life Defensive Player of the Year ... totaled 63 tackles, including 17 for loss with seven sacks ... added 26 quarterback hurries and seven forced fumbles ... also blocked a punt ... academic all-state ... lettered in basketball ... mother is Angela Burns.

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KENNY

CA I N

LINEBACKER

FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 200 I HS

RIVER RIDGE, LA. JOHN CURTIS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

A member of The Times-Picayune Top 25 Blue Chip List ... a starter on four consecutive state championship teams … utilized at running back and outside linebacker as a senior … led John Curtis in rushing his final two seasons … ran for 1,235 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior while adding seven receptions for 128 yards and two touchdowns … posted 32 tackles and three sacks on defense … named the Most Valuable Player of the Class 2A state championship game as he ran for three touchdowns in a 35-14 victory over Evangel in the Superdome … selected to the Sportsman’s Paradise Bowl ... rushed for 1,122 yards and 15 touchdowns on an 8.5 per carry average as a junior ... a four-year letterman in football ... also lettered twice in track and field ... a member of the state championship 4x100 relay team ... mother is Shirley Cain.

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SKYE

SOPHOMORE I 6-0 I 215 I TR

KATY HS/UCLA

Honorable-mention all-state his senior year … totaled 42 receptions for 837 yards … instrumental in Copperas Cove’s 13-2 season … had a 79-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Shoemaker.

RAY

DEAN

KATY, TEXAS

COPPERAS COVE HS

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AUNDRE

TAILBACK

DA W S O N

WIDE RECEIVER

FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 175 I HS

MESQUITE, TEXAS DALLAS CHRISTIAN HS

Named all-district as a senior ... totaled 33 receptions for 484 yards and five touchdowns in 2008 ... added five interceptions on defense ... helped lead Dallas Christian to a 14-0 record and state championship in 2008, the Chargers’ first state title in 10 years ... also a track and field standout ... attended Poteet High School in Mesquite before transferring to Dallas Christian ... parents are Gary and Rhonda Dawson.

PRIOR TO TCU I AT UCLA

Despite being limited by injuries, still appeared in six games as a true freshman in 2008 ... totaled 10 carries for 22 yards.

FROG NEWCOMERS

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HIGH SCHOOL

Played football for coach Gary Joseph at Katy High School ... Parade All-American ... PrepStar Dream Team selection ... rated No. 46 prospect nationally by PrepStar ... rated No. 7 running back and No. 46 player by ESPN ... EA Sports third-team All-American ... selected for Under Armour All-America Game ... earned four stars from Scout.com ... ranked No. 6 nationally and No. 3 in the Southwest and in Texas at the running back position by Scout.com ... rated No. 11 player in Texas by Scout.com ... rated No. 78 player nationally by Scout.com ... rated No. 10 running back nationally by Rivals.com ... rated No. 24 player in Texas by Rivals.com ... member of Rivals.com 250 (No. 178) ... earned four stars from Rivals.com ... SuperPrep AllAmerican ... rated No. 14 running back nationally by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 23 player in Texas by SuperPrep ... helped lead Katy to Class 5A Divsion II championship (16-0 record) as a senior ... ran for 220 yards, including a 66-yard scoring run, in the title game and was named Offensive Player of the Game ... totaled 5,488 yards rushing for his high school career ... scored a school record 62 touchdowns in his prep career ... rushed for 2,491 yards (7.4 avg.) and 26 touchdowns as a senior and was named 2007 18-5A All-District first-team ... 2007 Texas Sportswriters All-State Co-Offensive Player of the Year ... as a junior, he ran for 2,111 yards (6.9 avg.) and 27 touchdowns for a team which went 13-1 and was a state 5A quarterfinalist ... named to 2006 18 5A All-District first-team ... 2006 Texas Sportswriters Association All-State third-team running back selection ... ran for 866 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore for a team which went 14-1 and was a 5A state finalist ... named to 2005 18 5A All-District second-team ... also lettered in track and field.

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JAMES

D U N BA R

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN

FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 290 I HS

NEW BOSTON, TEXAS MAUD HS

Honorable-mention all-state as a defensive lineman his senior year … received District 17-A Most Valuable Player honors ... was a first-team all-district selection at running back and defensive end ... rushed for 617 yards and 11 touchdowns while adding seven 2-point conversions ... totaled 40 tackles, including 12 for loss, with nine quarterback hurries ... helped lead Maud to a No. 1 state ranking ... chosen to the 2009 All-American Bowl ... also lettered in basketball and track and field ... parents are Chequita and McEntry Dunbar.

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TY

HORN

CENTER

FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 295 I HS

MCGREGOR, TEXAS MIDWAY HS

Ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 78 player in the state ... first-team all-district and all-Centex ... was second-team all-state … totaled 65 knockdown blocks and 48 pancakes ... was also firstteam all-district as a junior ... parents are Andy and Lisa Horn.

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BRYANT

HOUSE

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN

FRESHMAN I 6-4 I 255 I HS

MAUD, TEXAS MAUD HS

Named a second-team all-state selection at defensive end ... was also an honorable-mention pick on the offensive line ... posted 62 tackles, including eight for loss, with 14 quarterback hurries and eight pass break-ups ... recovered three fumbles and caused one ... totaled 78 knockdown blocks and 30 pancakes ... Texarkana Gazette all-Northeast Texas ... selected to the 2009 All-American Bowl ... also lettered in basketball and track and field ... parents are Willie and Lillie House.

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JUSTIN

I SA D O R E

LINEBACKER

FRESHMAN I 5-11 I 210 I HS

Ranked by Rivals.com as the fifth-best linebacker in Texas and the No. 51 player in the state … rated as the 23rd-best inside linebacker in the country … all-state and first-team all-district ... recorded a district-best 131 tackles, including six for loss, to go with six forced fumbles and an interception his senior year … a two-time all-Southeast Texas selection … had 114 tackles, four interceptions and four forced fumbles as a junior ... totaled 245 tackles, 10 forced fumbles, eight fumble recoveries, five interceptions and two defensive touchdowns over his junior and senior seasons … named to the Beaumont Enterprise Super Gold Team … a finalist for the 2008 Willie Ray Smith Award, the high school Heisman of Southeast Texas … threeyear letterman in football who also lettered twice in basketball … his father, James Garrett, played football at Tyler Junior College and North Texas.

WAYMON

TAILBACK

JAMES

FRESHMAN I 5-8 I 203 I HS

SHERMAN, TEXAS SHERMAN HS

A four-star recruit by Rivals.com … rated by Rivals as the second-best running back in Texas and the 10th-best back in the nation … also ranked as the nation’s third-best inside runner and No. 103 player in the country ... named to the prestigious Rivals 250 as one of the top 250 players in the nation ... listed as the No. 13 player in Texas ... ran for 1,939 yards and 26 touchdowns, both Sherman records, as a senior … averaged 11.3 yards per carry ... added 36 receptions for 423 yards and four touchdowns … named the Class 3A-4A Offensive Player of the Year for the second straight season by the Herald-Democrat … a Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star ... was the Texas 4A Player of the Week as a sophomore after rushing for 285 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-44 win over rival Denison … ran for three second-half scores, including the game-winning 4-yard carry with less than two minutes to play … holds Sherman career records for rushing yards (4,732), total yards (5,305), rushing touchdowns (54) and total touchdowns (63) … posted a career 10.1 yards per carry average ... had kickoff returns of 99 and 95 yards for touchdowns … ran for over 1,000 yards and scored at least 14 touchdowns as a sophomore and junior … also lettered in track and field at Sherman ... parents and Lee Johnson and Chris James.

STANSLY

MAPONGA

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

FRESHMAN I 6-2 I 240 I HS

CARROLLTON, TEXAS HEBRON HS

The District 6-5A Defensive Player of the Year … totaled 71 tackles, including 5.5 sacks, as a senior … also had over 20 quarterback hurries … helped lead Hebron, after an 0-3 start, to the district championship … the first player in Hebron history to play at TCU ... mother is Barbara Green.

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CASEY

PAC H A LL

QUARTERBACK

FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 204 I HS

BROWNWOOD, TEXAS BROWNWOOD HS

A four-star recruit by Rivals.com … ranked by Rivals as the ninth-best dual-threat quarterback in the nation ... a member of the Rivals 250 as one of the top 250 players in the nation ... listed as the No. 29 player in Texas ... received all-state honors as a senior ... ranked as the No. 21 recruit in the state by Lone Star Recruiting ... passed for 2,808 yards and 31 touchdowns with just 11 interceptions as a senior … added 512 yards on the ground with seven rushing touchdowns … Big Country Super Team first-team quarterback and MVP ... threw for 1,339 yards and nine scores as a junior ... rushed for 424 yards and three scores.

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FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 218 I HS

CARTHAGE HS

OZEN HS

90

S M ITH

CARTHAGE, TEXAS

BEAUMONT, TEXAS

32

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DWIGHT

TAILBACK

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The Texas 3A Player of the Year by both the Associated Press and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football ... first-team all-state ... a Texas High School Coaches Association All-Star ... the East Texas Player of the Year ... rushed for a Carthage-record 2,820 yards and 43 touchdowns as a senior ... ran for 272 yards and five TDs, including a 90-yard score, in a 49-37 victory over Celina in the state title game ... it was Carthage’s first state championship ... lettered three years in football and four in track and field.

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ERIC

TA U S C H

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN

FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 285 I HS

PLANO, TEXAS JESUIT COLLEGE PREP

First-team all-district as a junior and senior … totaled 58 pancake blocks his senior year in being named his team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player … team captain … was the Outstanding Offensive Lineman as a junior … a three-year letterman … also lettered twice in track and field … a regional qualifier in the discus … his father, Terry Tausch, played football at Texas (1978-81) and earned All-America honors before an eight-year career in the National Football League … played seven seasons with the Minnesota Vikings before closing his career in 1989 as a member of the Super Bowl XXIV champion San Francisco 49ers ... parents are Terry and Ela Tausch.

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TRENTON

SAFETY

TH O M A S

FRESHMAN I 6-0 I 190 I HS

BRENHAM, TEXAS BRENHAM HS

An all-state selection at linebacker by the Texas Sports Writers Association and Associated Press Sports Editors ... was all-district at both linebacker and fullback ... led Brenham with 186 tackles while forcing three fumbles ... played at safety his first three seasons ... was honorablemention all-state as a junior ... a two-year starter and three-year letterman ... helped lead Brenham to the Class 4A Region III championship game in 2008 ... also lettered twice in track and field ... parents are Mike and Dorithie Thomas.

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JURELL

SAFETY

TH O M P S O N

FRESHMAN I 5-11 I 200 I HS

WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS RIDER HS

A four-star recruit by Rivals.com … rated as the nation’s 19th-best safety … also ranked by Rivals as the fifth-fastest safety in the country ... listed as the No. 44 player in Texas ... earned all-state accolades as a junior when he rushed for 907 yards and 18 touchdowns … totaled 55 tackles on defense ... parents are Clarence Thompson and Vera Jackson.

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MATTHEW

TAILBACK

TU C K E R

FRESHMAN I 6-1 I 210 I HS

TYLER, TEXAS CHAPEL HILLS HS

Ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 90 player in the state ... first-team all-state ... Class 3A Offensive Player of the Year ... rushed for 2,260 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior ... totaled over 6,000 yards in his career ... parents are Victor and Deshonna Tucker.


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MICHAEL

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VENSON

CORNERBACK

FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 170 I HS

KATY, TEXAS

WOOLDRIDGE

FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 285 I HS

HOUSTON, TEXAS

MORTON RANCH HS

EPISCOPAL HS

First-team all-district at running back and all-purpose ... also utilized at wide receiver and cornerback … rushed for 1,128 yards and 13 touchdowns on a 6.6 per carry average as a senior ... added 681 receiving yards ... selected to the Space City Classic ... ran for 736 yards and five touchdowns his junior year ... also lettered in track and field.

15

JOHN

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

MALCOLM

SAFETY

WILLIAMS

First-team all-conference as a junior and senior ... was a unanimous pick his senior year ... totaled 60 knockdown blocks while not allowing a sack ... selected to the Reebok Super Team second-team offense ... named to the Texas Top 300 and Top 25 Offensive Linemen ... included among the Rivals.com and ESPN.com Top 100 Offensive Linemen as well as the Scout.com Top 100 Offensive Tackles ... Episcopal’s Most Valuable Player his senior year ... a second-team Dave Campbell’s Texas Football all-state selection as a junior … three-year starter ... lettered three years in football and wrestling as well as two seasons in track and field ... an all-state selection in wrestling ... parents are John and Ann Wooldridge.

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JUNIOR I 5-11 I 205 I TR

ATHENS, TEXAS SOUTH GRAND PRAIRIE HS/TRINITY VALLEY CC

PRIOR TO TCU I AT TRINITY VALLEY CC

A four-star recruit by Rivals.com ... placed second in the nation with five interceptions, including two returned for touchdowns, as a sophomore at Trinity Valley ... added 41 tackles and three sacks ... averaged 23.0 yards on seven punt returns ... named a co-National Defensive Player of the Week by the NJCAA after he returned both a fumble and interception 60 yards for touchdowns to lead Trinity Valley to a 41-27 victory over Arkansas Baptist as a sophomore ... also earned National Defensive Player of the Week honors as a freshman in an upset victory over No. 5 Georgia Military ... recorded 11 tackles, three pass break-ups, a 54-yard fumble return for a touchdown and an interception in the first overtime.

D.J.

FROG NEWCOMERS

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

YENDREY

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN

FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 240 I HS

EDNA, TEXAS EDNA HS

First-team all-district at both defensive end and tight end as a senior ... was also first-team allarea at tight end … a unanimous first-team all-district selection at defensive end as a junior … totaled 97 tackles, including 11 sacks … also played at offensive tackle … a three-year letterman in football who also earned four letters in track and field ... a regional qualifier in the shot put and discus as a junior ... ran the first leg in the 4x100 meter relay at regionals ... parents are David and Marti Yendrey.

HIGH SCHOOL

Originally signed with Oklahoma after being the 5A Defensive Player of the Year as a senior at South Grand Prairie High School … ... as a senior at South Grand Prairie, totaled 101 tackles and 12 interceptions ... was the District Most Valuable Player ... also lettered in soccer and track and field ... parents are Malcolm Thomas and Angela Williams.

2009-10 TCU FOOTBALL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FROGS The TCU football program would like to thank the donors behind the following five endowed scholarships for the 2009-10 season. Endowed scholarships help ensure that TCU can provide its student-athletes the opportunity to reach their full potential, not only on the playing field, but also in the classroom. Endowed scholarship recipients for the 200910 academic year include: Jerry Hughes - Bob Lilly Scholarship Joseph Turner - Dale Glasscock Football Scholarship Marshall Newhouse - David Baldwin Sanders Endowed Scholarship

Bob Lilly Scholarship

Evan Frosch - Ron and Paula Parker Endowed Scholarship

Jerry Hughes, Sr., DE

Ryan Christian - Tom S. Cate Jr. Memorial Scholarship

David Baldwin SANDERS ENDOWED Scholarship

Ron AND PAULA Parker ENDOWED Scholarship

Marshall Newhouse, Sr., OT

Evan Frosch, Jr., TE

Dale Glasscock Football Scholarship Joseph Turner, Sr., TB

Tom S. Cate Jr. Memorial Scholarship Ryan Christian, Sr., TB

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2008 OVERALL STATISTICS 2008 TCU FOOTBALL RESULTS (11-2 Overall, 7-1 Mountain West Conference) Date Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 6 Nov. 22 Dec. 23

Opponent at New Mexico* Stephen F. Austin Stanford SMU at No. 2 Oklahoma San Diego State* at Colorado State* No. 8 BYU* Wyoming* at UNLV* at No. 9 Utah* Air Force* vs. No. 9 Boise State

Result Score W 26-3 W 67-7 W 31-14 W 48-7 L 10-35 W 41-7 W 13-7 W 32-7 W 54-7 W 44-14 L 10-13 W 44-10 W 17-16

OVERALL CONFERENCE TV ATTEN 1-0 1-0 Versus 31,583 2-0 1-0 N/A 27,074 3-0 1-0 The Mtn. 25,531 4-0 1-0 CBS C 30,923 4-1 1-0 FSN 85,158 5-1 2-0 The Mtn. 30,620 6-1 3-0 CBS C 27,130 7-1 4-0 Versus 36,180 8-1 5-0 The Mtn. 30,103 9-1 6-0 CBS C 16,121 9-2 6-1 CBS C 45,666 10-2 7-1 Versus 32,823 11-2 7-1 ESPN 34,628

* - denotes Mountain West Conference game SCORING BY QUARTERS

TCU Opponents

TEAM STATISTICS

1st 118 48

2nd 122 44

3rd 98 31

TCU SCORING 437 Points Per Game 33.6 FIRST DOWNS 307 Rushing 155 Passing 135 Penalty 17 RUSHING YARDAGE 2863 Yards gained rushing 3141 Yards lost rushing 278 Rushing Attempts 642 Average Per Rush 4.5 Average Per Game 220.2 TDs Rushing 39 PASSING YARDAGE 2614 Att-Comp-Int 371-217-8 Average Per Pass 7.0 Average Per Catch 12.0 Average Per Game 201.1 TDs Passing 14 TOTAL OFFENSE 5477 Total Plays 1013 Average Per Play 5.4 Average Per Game 421.3 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 32-823 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 36-417 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 15-156 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 25.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 11.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 10.4 FUMBLES-LOST 21-7 PENALTIES-Yards 115-1000 Average Per Game 76.9 PUNTS-Yards 60-2370 Average Per Punt 39.5 Net punt average 33.6 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 35:10 3RD-DOWN Conversions 111/216 3rd-Down Pct 51% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 10/18 4th-Down Pct 56% SACKS BY-Yards 41-317 MISC YARDS 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 56 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 16-20 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 58-65 89% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 46-65 71% PAT-ATTEMPTS 49-55 89% ATTENDANCE 182,331 Games/Avg Per Game 6/30,388 Neutral Site Games

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4th 99 24

OT TOTAL 0 437 0 147

OPP 147 11.3 157 35 88 34 612 1121 509 355 1.7 47.1 9 2219 384-193-15 5.8 11.5 170.7 8 2831 739 3.8 217.8 70-1338 26-193 8-136 19.1 7.4 17.0 28-13 55-513 39.5 92-3355 36.5 30.6 24:50 50/174 29% 5/14 36% 18-141 0 18 7-9 0-0 16-22 73% 10-22 45% 18-18 100% 236,581 6/39,430 1/34,628

RUSHING

PLAYER Turner, Joseph Brown, Aaron Dalton, Andy Christian, Ryan Jackson, Marcus Kerley, Jeremy Cavness, Jai Watts, Justin Smith, Chris Hicks, Antoine Hightower, Ryan Young, Jimmy Shivers, Luke Fort, Jercell Bryant, Walter TEAM Total Opponents

RECEIVING

PLAYER Young, Jimmy Christian, Ryan Bryant, Walter Reagan, Shae Johnson, Bart Brown, Aaron Kerley, Jeremy Watts, Justin Frosch, Evan Clay, Curtis Hicks, Antoine Turner, Joseph Jones, Jonathan Adams, Alonzo Shivers, Luke Total Opponents

PASSING

PLAYER Dalton, Andy Jackson, Marcus Kerley, Jeremy Total Opponents

GP ATT 12 146 10 99 11 113 13 91 9 70 11 25 8 31 13 31 5 12 11 13 1 1 13 1 12 2 2 4 13 1 6 2 13 642 13 355

GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LONG 589 12 577 4.0 11 21 567 20 547 5.5 3 41 570 138 432 3.8 8 24 405 19 386 4.2 4 15 429 45 384 5.5 4 79 166 23 143 5.7 3 24 140 6 134 4.3 2 24 105 0 105 3.4 2 7 72 0 72 6.0 0 17 68 0 68 5.2 0 13 8 0 8 8.0 0 8 7 0 7 7.0 0 7 6 0 6 3.0 2 3 6 1 5 1.2 0 3 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0 14 -14 -7.0 0 0 3141 278 2863 4.5 39 79 1121 509 612 1.7 9 58

GP NO. 13 59 13 30 13 27 13 18 13 15 10 12 11 11 13 10 12 10 13 9 11 7 12 5 12 2 13 1 12 1 13 217 13 193

YDS AVG TD LONG 988 16.7 5 65 321 10.7 0 34 298 11.0 2 45 237 13.2 1 33 206 13.7 1 52 95 7.9 0 29 95 8.6 0 15 70 7.0 2 15 67 6.7 2 12 98 10.9 0 26 69 9.9 0 19 42 8.4 0 16 18 9.0 1 14 5 5.0 0 5 5 5.0 0 5 2614 12.0 14 65 2219 11.5 8 81

GP EFFIC CMP-ATT-INT PCT 11 129.2 182-307-5 59.3 9 116.4 35-62-2 56.5 11 -100.0 0-2-1 0.0 13 125.8 217-371-8 58.5 13 97.9 193-384-15 50.3

YDS TD LNG 2242 11 65 372 3 45 0 0 0 2614 14 65 2219 8 81

YPG 48.1 54.7 39.3 29.7 42.7 13.0 16.8 8.1 14.4 6.2 8.0 0.5 0.5 2.5 0.2 -2.3 220.2 47.1

YPG 76.0 24.7 22.9 18.2 15.8 9.5 8.6 5.4 5.6 7.5 6.3 3.5 1.5 0.4 0.5 201.1 170.7

YPG 203.8 41.3 0.0 201.1 170.7


2008 Overall statistics TOTAL OFFENSE

PLAYER Dalton, Andy Jackson, Marcus Turner, Joseph Brown, Aaron Christian, Ryan Kerley, Jeremy Cavness, Jai Watts, Justin Smith, Chris Hicks, Antoine Hightower, Ryan Young, Jimmy Shivers, Luke Fort, Jercell Bryant, Walter TEAM Total Opponents

GP Plays 11 420 9 132 12 146 10 99 13 91 11 27 8 31 13 31 5 12 11 13 1 1 13 1 12 2 2 4 13 1 6 2 13 1013 13 739

SCORING

PLAYER TD Evans, Ross 0 Turner, Joseph 11 Dalton, Andy 8 Young, Jimmy 5 Brown, Aaron 4 Watts, Justin 4 Christian, Ryan 4 Jackson, Marcus 4 Kerley, Jeremy 3 Shivers, Luke 2 Bryant, Walter 2 Cavness, Jai 2 Frosch, Evan 2 Johnson, Bart 1 Reagan, Shae 1 Jones, Jonathan 1 Hughes, Jerry 1 Coleman, Steven 1 TEAM 0 Total 56 Opponents 18

FGs 16-20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 16-20 7-9

Rush Pass Total 432 2242 2674 384 372 756 577 0 577 547 0 547 386 0 386 143 0 143 134 0 134 105 0 105 72 0 72 68 0 68 8 0 8 7 0 7 6 0 6 5 0 5 3 0 3 -14 0 -14 2863 2614 5477 612 2219 2831

I-----------------PATs----------------I Kick Rush Rcv Pass 49-55 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 49-55 1-1 0 0-0 18-18 0-0 0 0-0

YPG 243.1 84.0 48.1 54.7 29.7 13.0 16.8 8.1 14.4 6.2 8.0 0.5 0.5 2.5 0.2 -2.3 421.3 217.8

DXP SAF PTS 0 0 97 0 0 66 0 0 48 0 0 30 0 0 24 0 0 24 0 0 24 0 0 24 0 0 20 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 1 2 0 1 437 0 0 147

Jimmy Young fell just 12 yards short of becoming only the second Frog with 1,000 yards receiving in a single season. He finished with a 16.7-yard average on 59 receptions as a sophomore.

PUNT RETURNS

PLAYER No. Kerley, Jeremy 25 Sanders, Nick 5 Brown, Aaron 4 Hunter, Corderra 1 Hicks, Antoine 1 Total 36 Opponents 26

KICK RETURNS

PLAYER No. Brown, Aaron 18 Christian, Ryan 6 Hodge, Stephen 6 Brock, Logan 1 Shivers, Luke 1 Total 32 Opponents 70

INTERCEPTION RETURNS

Andy Dalton led TCU in passing for the second straight season and combined for 19 total touchdowns in the air and on the ground in 2008.

2008 SEASON IN REVIEW

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

PLAYER No. Coleman, Steven 3 Sanders, Nick 2 Hughes, Jerry 2 Henson, Robert 2 Washington, Daryl 1 McCoy, Greg 1 Moore, Cody 1 Priest, Rafael 1 Johnson, Tejay 1 Hodge, Stephen 1 Total 15 Opponents 8

Yds Avg TD Long 348 13.9 0 53 48 9.6 0 40 20 5.0 0 8 -10 -10.0 0 0 11 11.0 0 0 417 11.6 0 53 193 7.4 1 35

Yds Avg TD Long 526 29.2 1 85 134 22.3 0 41 143 23.8 0 39 15 15.0 0 15 5 5.0 0 5 823 25.7 1 85 1338 19.1 0 41

Yds Avg TD Long 59 19.7 1 33 29 14.5 0 29 32 16.0 1 24 1 0.5 0 1 -3 -3.0 0 0 24 24.0 0 24 6 6.0 0 6 2 2.0 0 2 6 6.0 0 6 0 0.0 0 0 156 10.4 2 33 136 17.0 0 62

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2008 OVERALL STATISTICS ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE PLAYER Brown, Aaron Young, Jimmy Christian, Ryan Turner, Joseph Kerley, Jeremy Dalton, Andy Jackson, Marcus Bryant, Walter Reagan, Shae Johnson, Bart Watts, Justin Hicks, Antoine Hodge, Stephen Cavness, Jai Clay, Curtis Sanders, Nick Smith, Chris Frosch, Evan Coleman, Steven Hughes, Jerry McCoy, Greg Jones, Jonathan Shivers, Luke Brock, Logan Hightower, Ryan Johnson, Tejay Moore, Cody Fort, Jercell Adams, Alonzo Priest, Rafael Henson, Robert Washington, Daryl Hunter, Corderra TEAM Total Opponents

G 10 13 13 12 11 11 9 13 13 13 13 11 13 8 13 13 5 12 13 13 12 12 12 13 1 12 13 2 13 13 12 13 13 6 13 13

Rush 547 7 386 577 143 432 384 3 0 0 105 68 0 134 0 0 72 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 8 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 -14 2863 612

Rec PR 95 20 988 0 321 0 42 0 95 348 0 0 0 0 298 0 237 0 206 0 70 0 69 11 0 0 0 0 98 0 0 48 0 0 67 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -10 0 0 2614 417 2219 193

KOR 526 0 134 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 823 1338

IR Tot 0 1188 0 995 0 841 0 619 0 586 0 432 0 384 0 301 0 237 0 206 0 175 0 148 0 143 0 134 0 98 29 77 0 72 0 67 59 59 32 32 24 24 0 18 0 16 0 15 0 8 6 6 6 6 0 5 0 5 2 2 1 1 -3 -3 0 -10 0 -14 156 6873 136 4498

YPG 118.8 76.5 64.7 51.6 53.3 39.3 42.7 23.2 18.2 15.8 13.5 13.5 11.0 16.8 7.5 5.9 14.4 5.6 4.5 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.3 1.2 8.0 0.5 0.5 2.5 0.4 0.2 0.1 -0.2 -0.8 -2.3 528.7 346.0

PUNTING

PLAYER No. Kelton, Anson 54 Dalton, Andy 3 Jackson, Marcus 2 Total 60 Opponents 92

KICKOFFS

PLAYER No. Yds Avg TB Combs, Drew 82 4979 60.7 8 Sharples, Kevin 2 109 54.5 0 Total 84 5088 60.6 8 Opponents 38 2374 62.5 5

FIELD GOALS

Blkd 1 0 0 1 1

Retn Net -- -- -- -- 19.1 42.7 25.7 38.2

YdLn --27 31

FG SEQUENCE

GAME TCU New Mexico (50),20,(39) Stephen F. Austin (45) Stanford (23) SMU (19),(23) Oklahoma (32) San Diego State (20),(42) Colorado State - BYU (21),(31) Wyoming (24) UNLV (20),40 Utah (37),26,35 Air Force (32) Boise State (32)

OPPONENT (28) 28 (49),(37) (36) (30),(24),38,(33)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES FG Score Pct. TD Pct. TO 0 .750 .750 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 1 1.000 .800 0 2 1.000 .667 0 1 .500 .250 1 1 .857 .714 0 0 .667 .667 1 2 1.000 .600 0 1 1.000 .750 0 1 1.000 .833 0 1 .500 .250 0 1 1.000 .833 0 1 1.000 .667 0 12 .892 .708 2

Dwn. EOH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

MFG 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3

OPPONENTS Team No. TDs New Mexico 1 0 Stephen F. Austin 1 1 Stanford 1 0 SMU 2 1 Oklahoma 1 1 San Diego State 1 1 Colorado State 1 1 BYU 3 1 Wyoming 1 0 UNLV 3 2 Utah 2 1 Air Force 1 0 vs. Boise State 4 1 Total 22 10

FG Score Pct. TD Pct. TO 1 1.000 .000 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 .000 .000 1 0 .500 .500 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 .333 .333 2 0 .000 .000 0 0 .667 .667 1 1 1.000 .500 0 1 .500 .000 0 3 1.000 .250 0 4 .636 .454 4

Dwn. EOH 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

MFG 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

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FGM-A Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk 16-20 80.0 1-1 6-8 6-7 2-3 1-1 50 0

TCU Opponent No. TDs New Mexico 4 3 Stephen F. Austin 8 8 Stanford 5 4 SMU 6 4 Oklahoma 4 1 San Diego State 7 5 Colorado State 3 2 BYU 5 3 Wyoming 4 3 UNLV 6 5 Utah 4 1 Air Force 6 5 vs. Boise State 3 2 Total 65 46

TO: Turnover; Dwn.: Loss of possession on downs; EOH: End of half/game; MFG: Missed field goal

OB 4 2 6 1

FC 4 0 0 4 25

PLAYER Evans, Ross

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Yds Avg Long TB 2230 41.3 58 7 101 33.7 40 1 39 19.5 20 0 2370 39.5 58 8 3355 36.5 64 6

Player UA A TT Hodge, Stephen 21 5 26 Washington, Daryl 10 3 13 Henson, Robert 5 6 11 Ibiloye, Alex 9 0 9 Jones, Colin 5 1 6 Carder, Tank 5 1 6 Hunter, Corderra 2 4 6 McCoy, Greg 2 4 6 Daniels, Wayne 2 2 4 Clay, Curtis 3 0 3 Hicks, Antoine 3 0 3 Bledsoe, Sir Demarco 3 0 3 Cuba, Tekerrein 2 1 3 Gardner, Kris 2 0 2 Gresham, Clint 1 1 2 Phillips, Jason 1 0 1 Bryant, Walter 1 0 1 Leatch, Clarence 1 0 1 Fobbs, Johnny 1 0 1 Sanders, Nick 0 1 1 Priest, Rafael 1 0 1 Shivers, Luke 1 0 1 Hughes, Jerry 1 0 1 Reagan, Shae 1 0 1 Panfil, Matt 1 0 1 Teague, Jason 0 1 1


2008 DEFENSIVE statistics DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PLAYER Phillips, Jason Hodge, Stephen Henson, Robert Washington, Daryl Hughes, Jerry Johnson, Tejay Coleman, Steven Sanders, Nick Panfil, Matt Priest, Rafael Moore, Cody Vess, James Ibiloye, Alex Cuba, Tekerrein Daniels, Wayne Jones, Colin Carder, Tank Hunter, Corderra McCoy, Greg Bledsoe, Sir Demarco Gardner, Kris Griffin, Kelly Fonua, John Fobbs, Johnny Young, Jimmy Hicks, Antoine Clay, Curtis Reagan, Shae Gresham, Clint Kelton, Anson Leatch, Clarence Bryant, Walter Christian, Ryan Broughton, Bray Grant, Cory Cannon, Marcus Kirkpatrick, Jake Shivers, Luke Teague, Jason Wyatt, Ryan Combs, Drew TEAM Total Opponents

GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds SACKS 12 57 27 84 13.0/-44 3.5 13 52 29 81 10.0/-48 3.0 12 40 33 73 9.0/-30 1.0 13 41 22 63 5.5/-39 3.0 13 31 21 52 19.5/-125 15.0 12 34 13 47 4.0/-13 1.0 13 25 21 46 1.5/-3 . 13 35 10 45 2.0/-7 1.0 13 19 12 31 10.0/-58 4.5 13 18 8 26 . . 13 14 11 25 10.0/-37 6.0 13 9 13 22 4.0/-12 . 13 11 2 13 . . 7 7 5 12 0.5/-1 . 12 8 3 11 1.0/-5 1.0 13 7 3 10 1.0/-6 1.0 11 4 5 9 1.0/-1 . 13 4 5 9 . . 12 4 4 8 . . 8 7 . 7 1.0/-13 1.0 9 4 3 7 . . 2 6 1.0/-2 . 11 4 12 5 . 5 5.0/-17 2.0 8 3 . 3 . . 13 2 1 3 . . 11 3 . 3 . . 13 2 1 3 . . 13 1 1 2 . . 13 2 . 2 . . 13 1 1 2 . . 7 2 . 2 . . 13 2 . 2 . . 13 1 . 1 . . 3 1 . 1 1.0/-2 . 3 1 . 1 1.0/-1 . 11 1 . 1 . . 12 1 . 1 . . 12 1 . 1 . . 5 . 1 1 . . 3 . 1 1 . . 13 . 1 1 . . 6 . 1 1 . . 13 464 260 724 101/-464 43 13 626 416 1042 62/-231 18

Int-Yds PBU . 2 1-0 3 2-1 2 1-(-3) 4 2-32 1 1-6 10 3-59 10 2-29 12 . 1 1-2 10 1-6 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . 1-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-156 57 8-136 29

QBH 2 . 1 . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 4

FR . 1 . 1 3 . 1 . 3 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 13 7

FF . 2 1 1 6 1 . 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 5

BLK Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 1 3 .

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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

Daryl Washington (left) and Tejay Johnson (right) rank No. 1 and No. 3 among returning Frogs in terms of tackles from a year ago. Both players also placed among the team leaders in tackles for loss, as 10 Frogs totaled at least 4.0 TFLs in 2008.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS |---------RUSHING-----------| |-------RECEIVING-------| |-------------PASSING-------------| |---------KICK RET----------| |---------PUNT RET---------| All Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg C-A-I Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg Pur at New Mexico 48 171 3 14 16 120 0 18 16-26-1 120 0 18 0 0 0 0 2 57 0 53 291 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 58 320 7 22 17 205 1 31 17-24-0 205 1 31 2 56 0 41 4 74 0 28 525 STANFORD 53 233 4 19 20 145 0 14 20-36-0 145 0 14 3 45 0 19 2 28 0 17 378 at SMU 47 271 4 79 19 227 1 29 19-29-0 227 1 29 2 46 0 25 1 8 0 8 498 at Oklahoma 35 102 1 21 16 212 0 29 16-41-2 212 0 29 6 181 0 75 4 34 0 26 314 SAN DIEGO STATE 71 383 4 20 10 115 1 33 10-19-0 115 1 33 2 42 0 22 6 83 0 25 498 at Colorado State 46 151 2 12 16 166 0 45 16-26-1 166 0 45 1 19 0 19 5 63 0 26 317 BYU 51 240 2 24 12 170 2 25 12-19-0 170 2 25 2 62 0 56 1 -10 0 0 410 WYOMING 39 110 2 13 16 334 4 65 16-22-0 334 4 65 3 150 1 85 3 25 0 8 444 at UNLV 52 259 3 24 16 151 3 23 16-29-0 151 3 23 2 63 0 39 4 45 0 40 410 at Utah 39 165 1 41 16 251 0 52 16-37-2 251 0 52 2 34 0 19 1 10 0 10 416 AIR FORCE 52 183 4 19 21 321 2 27 21-27-0 321 2 27 2 31 0 26 2 -1 0 0 504 vs. Boise State 51 275 2 26 22 197 0 28 22-36-2 197 0 28 5 94 0 30 1 1 0 1 472 TCU TOTALS 642 3141 39 79 217 2614 14 65 217-371-8 2614 14 65 32 823 1 85 36 417 0 53 6873 Opponent 355 1121 9 58 193 2219 8 81 193-384-15 2219 8 81 70 1338 0 41 26 193 1 35 4498 Games played: 13 Avg per rush: 4.5 Avg per catch: 12.0

Pass efficiency: 125.8 Kick ret avg: 25.7 Punt ret avg: 11.6

All purpose avg/game: 52 Total offense avg/gm: 421.3

|-----------------------TACKLES-----------------------| Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds at New Mexico 25 28 53 10.0-40 5.0-29 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 44 2 46 10.0-24 2.0-10 STANFORD 35 20 55 9.0-48 3.0-31 at SMU 32 8 40 7.0-24 3.0-15 at Oklahoma 37 28 65 9.0-48 4.0-36 SAN DIEGO STATE 28 8 36 7.0-35 4.0-28 at Colorado State 39 14 53 10.0-58 6.0-51 BYU 42 26 68 7.0-23 6.0-22 WYOMING 51 18 69 8.0-47 2.0-36 at UNLV 34 26 60 8.0-42 3.0-29 at Utah 30 42 72 4.0-26 2.0-10 AIR FORCE 31 30 61 4.0-15 1.0-10 vs. Boise State 38 10 48 8.0-34 2.0-10 TCU Totals 466 260 726 101.0-474 43.0-317 Opponent 626 416 1042 62.0-231 18.0-141

|----FUMBLES----| |------------Kicks--XPTS------------| FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH PBU Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts 2 1 2-34 0 4 0 2-3 0 0 0 26 0 1 3-41 0 6 0 8-8 1 0 0 67 3 2 1-0 0 2 0 4-4 0 0 0 31 1 1 2-30 0 5 0 6-6 0 0 0 48 0 0 0-0 0 4 0 1-1 0 0 0 10 1 1 0-0 2 3 0 5-5 0 0 0 41 2 1 2-(-2) 3 10 0 1-2 0 0 0 13 2 2 2-29 0 7 0 2-4 0 0 0 32 1 1 1-24 0 0 1 7-7 0 0 1 54 1 2 1-0 0 3 0 5-6 0 0 0 44 0 0 0-0 0 5 0 1-1 0 0 0 10 3 0 5-6 0 0 0 44 0 1 0 0-0 0 1 1-0 0 5 0 2-2 0 0 0 17 14 13 15-156 5 57 1 49-55 1 0 1 437 5 7 8-136 4 29 3 18-18 0 0 0 147

|-----------------------------------------PUNTING------------------------------------------------------| |---------FIELD GOALS---------| |----------------KICKOFFS----------------------| Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd No Yds Avg TB OB at New Mexico 6 233 38.8 46 0 1 1 0 3 2-3 50 0 6 410 68.3 2 0 2 58 29.0 38 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 45 0 11 647 58.8 1 1 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN STANFORD 9 334 37.1 58 1 2 1 2 4 1-1 23 0 6 349 58.2 1 1 at SMU 3 125 41.7 43 0 0 0 0 2 2-2 23 0 9 581 64.6 1 2 at Oklahoma 6 259 43.2 52 0 0 0 1 5 1-1 32 0 3 185 61.7 0 0 SAN DIEGO STATE 4 160 40.0 48 0 1 1 0 2 2-2 42 0 8 506 63.2 1 0 1 0 62.3 at Colorado State 8 317 39.6 47 0 2 0 0 5 0-0 0 0 3 187 BYU 2 88 44.0 44 0 0 0 0 1 2-2 31 0 7 421 60.1 0 0 WYOMING 4 164 41.0 47 0 1 0 0 1 1-1 24 0 8 417 52.1 0 1 at UNLV 4 166 41.5 47 0 0 0 0 2 1-2 20 0 8 494 61.8 0 1 at Utah 6 246 41.0 54 0 0 0 2 3 1-3 37 0 3 198 66.0 0 0 AIR FORCE 2 92 46.0 51 0 1 0 1 1 1-1 32 0 8 474 59.2 1 0 vs. Boise State 4 128 32.0 34 0 0 0 0 2 1-1 32 0 4 219 54.75 0 0 TCU Totals 60 2370 39.5 58 1 8 3 6 32 16-20 50 0 84 5088 60.9 8 6 Opponent 92 3355 36.5 64 1 6 25 8 21 7-9 49 0 38 2374 62.0 5 1

2008 Game-by-Game Starters TCU Offense

Pos. UNM SFA STAN SMU OU SDSU CSU BYU WYO UNLV UTAH AFA BSU WR Bryant Clay Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Hicks Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant Bryant WR Young Young Young Young Kerley Young Young Young Young Young Young Young Young TE Reagan Reagan Reagan Reagan Reagan Kerley (WR) Reagan Reagan Hicks (WR) Reagan Reagan Reagan Kerley (WR) LT Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse Newhouse LG Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Dooley Dooley Dooley Dooley Phillips Phillips Phillips C Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter Schlueter RG Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery Montgomery RT Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Richmond Cannon Richmond Cannon Cannon Cannon WR Frosch (TE) Johnson Frosch (TE) Frosch (TE) Johnson Johnson Johnson Frosch (TE) Johnson Frosch (TE) Watts (FB) Turner (TB) Johnson QB Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Jackson Jackson Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton RB Watts Turner Turner Turner Christian Brown Brown Turner Brown Christian Christian Brown Brown

TCU Defense

Pos. UNM SFA STAN SMU DE Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes DT Vess Vess Vess Vess NT Moore Moore Moore Moore DE Panfil Panfil Panfil Panfil LB Phillips Washington Phillips Phillips LB Henson Henson Henson Henson CB Priest Priest Priest Priest WS Cuba Johnson Johnson Johnson FS Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman SS Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge CB Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders

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OU SDSU CSU Hughes Hughes Hughes Vess Vess Vess Moore Moore Moore Panfil Panfil Panfil Phillips Phillips Phillips Henson Henson Henson Priest Priest Priest Johnson Johnson Johnson Coleman Coleman Coleman Hodge Hodge Hodge Sanders Sanders Sanders

BYU Hughes Vess Moore Panfil Phillips Henson Priest Johnson Coleman Hodge Sanders

WYO UNLV UTAH AFA Hughes Hughes Hughes Hughes Vess Vess Vess Vess Moore Moore Moore Moore Panfil Panfil Panfil Panfil Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Henson Henson Henson Henson Priest Priest Priest Priest Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Sanders Sanders Sanders Sanders

BSU Hughes Vess Moore Panfil Phillips Washington Priest Johnson Coleman Hodge Sanders


GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME RUSHINg (Att-yds-td)

Turner, Joseph Brown, Aaron Jackson, Marcus Christian, Ryan Dalton, Andy Cavness, Jai Kerley, Jeremy Watts, Justin Smith, Chris Hicks, Antoine Hightower, Ryan Young, Jimmy Shivers, Luke Fort, Jercell Bryant, Walter Team Totals

UNM SFA STAN SMU 8-34/1 9-44/3 7-30/0 19-67/2 - - - 11-51/0 0-0/0 8-47/0 - 7-115/1 11-40/0 11-67/1 19-82/1 0-0/0 17-56/2 3-16/1 17-91/1 4-21/1 0-0/0 11-59/1 0-0/0 3-4/0 0-0/0 2-9/1 4-18/1 1-3/0 7-28/0 7-33/0 6-12/1 0-0/0 5-13/0 4-32/0 - 2-10/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - 0-0/0 - 1-8/0 - - 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - 2-5/0 - - 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - - 0-0/0 -

OU SDSU CSU 14-54/1 16-63/1 11-39/1 7-24/0 10-66/0 7-32/1 1-5/0 27-131/2 19-54/0 0-0/0 10-56/1 8-28/0 11-32/0 - - - 1-3/0 - 1--14/0 4-40/0 0-0/0 1-1/0 1-0/0 0-0/0 - 1-17/0 - 0-0/0 0-0/0 - - - - 0-0/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - - - - 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - 0-0/0 1--2/0

BYU 19-69/1 8-39/0 - 8-29/0 6-19/0 - 9-77/1 0-0/0 - 1-7/0 - 0-0/0 0-0/0 - 0-0/0 -

WYO UNLV UTAH AF 10-25/0 8-19/0 - 9-50/0 7-22/0 9-60/1 15-106/0 11-45/0 1-4/1 0-0/0 - 7-28/0 2-7/0 7-22/0 12-43/1 2-6/0 6-21/1 9-52/0 11-11/0 13-39/2 5-8/0 8-51/1 - 3-9/0 0-0/0 - 0-0/0 - 0-0/0 4-14/0 1-5/0 4-12/1 0-0/0 - - - 6-23/0 6-38/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - - - - 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-3/1 0-0/0 1-3/1 2-0/0 - - - 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 - 1--12/0

BSU 16-84/1 14-107/1 1-6/0 16-84/0 4-11/0 -

48-171/3

35-102/1

51-240/2

39-110/2

51-292/2

58-320/7

53-233/4

47-271/4

71-383/4

46-151/2

52-259/3

39-165/1

52-183/4

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GAME-BY-GAME PASSING (CMp-ATT-INT-YDS-TD)

UNM SFA STAN SMU OU SDSU CSU BYU WYO UNLV UTAH AF BSU Dalton 16-26-1-120-0 11-13-0-131-0 2-36-0-145-0 16-25-0-210-0 16-39-1-212-0 - - 12-19-0-170-2 16-22-0-334-4 16-29-0-151-3 16-37-2-251-0 21-27-0-321-2 35-22-2-197-0 M. Jackson - 6-11-0-74-1 - 3-4-0-17-1 0-2-1-0-0 10-19-0-115-1 16-26-1-166-0 - - - - - - Kerley 0-1-0-0-0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1-0 Totals 16-26-1-120-0 17-24-0-205-1 20-36-0-145-0 19-29-0-227-1 16-41-2-212-0 10-19-0-115-1 16-26-1-166-0 12-19-0-170-0 16-22-0-334-4 16-29-0-151-3 16-37-2-251-0 21-27-0-321-2 36-22-2-197-0

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING (REC-YDS/TD)

UNM SFA STAN SMU Young, Jimmy 4-44/0 7-104/0 5-36/0 4-53/0 Christian, Ryan 1-9/0 0-0/0 4-21/0 1-16/0 Bryant, Walter 4-18/0 0-0/0 3-16/0 1-5/0 Reagan, Shae 0-0/0 3-40/0 3-35/0 1-26/0 Johnson, Bart 2-22/0 2-16/0 0-0/0 1-16/0 Brown, Aaron DNP DNP DNP 4-60/0 Kerley, Jeremy 1-7/0 1-9/0 2-14/0 1-7/0 Clay, Curtis 0-0/0 1-10/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Watts, Justin 2-9/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-9/0 Hicks, Antoine 0-0/0 1-5/0 DNP 1-12/0 Frosch, Evan 1-7/0 1-7/0 3-23/0 3-17/1 Turner, Joseph 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-6/0 Jones, Jonathan 1-4/0 1-14/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 Adams, Alonzo 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 Shivers, Luke 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 16-120/0 17-205/1 20-145/0 19-227/1 Totals

OU SDSU CSU 6-111/0 0-0/0 5-35/0 2-27/0 0-0/0 1-16/0 2-20/0 0-0/0 2-60/0 0-0/0 4-53/1 2-20/0 1-11/0 1-14/0 2-12/0 1-5/0 1-9/0 0-0/0 2-24/0 2-23/0 2-11/0 1-6/0 1-11/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-8/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 DNP 16-212/0

10-115/1

16-166/0

BYU 4-78/1 1-6/0 4-44/1 0-0/0 1-13/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-13/0 0-0/0 DNP 1-16/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 12-170/2

WYO UNLV UTAH AF 5-226/3 3-42/1 6-97/0 5-100/0 2-10/0 3-27/0 4-69/0 5-67/0 2-20/0 1-10/0 0-0/0 2-38/1 0-0/0 1-12/0 0-0/0 3-40/0 2-17/0 1-11/0 1-52/0 1-22/1 1-13/0 0-0/0 2-5/0 1-6/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP 2-32/0 0-0/0 1-3/0 1-22/0 2-16/1 3-17/1 1-6/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-16/0 1-19/0 2-17/0 0-0/0 1-4/1 0-0/0 1-9/0 0-0/0 1-12/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

BSU 5-62/0 6-53/0 6-67/0 1-11/0 DNP 2-(-3)/0 0-0/0 1-7/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0

16-334/4

22-197/0

16-151/3

16-251/0

21-321/2

Ryan Christian (left) recorded at least one reception in 11 of 13 games last season while also ranking fourth on the team in rushing with 386 yards. Marcus Jackson (right) made two starts at quarterback, leading TCU to a 2-0 record in those games. He had a pair of 100-yard rushing performances, at SMU and against San Diego State.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS TACKLES (U-A-T)

UNM SFA STAN SMU Jason Phillips 1-3-4 - 8-2-10 2-0-2 Stephen Hodge 0-3-3 3-0-3 4-2-6 2-1-3 Robert Henson 4-5-9 4-1-5 3-4-7 2-0-2 Daryl Washington 4-3-7 4-0-4 2-0-2 4-1-5 Jerry Hughes 3-3-6 3-1-4 3-2-5 1-0-1 Tejay Johnson - 4-0-4 - - Steven Coleman 1-2-3 1-0-1 1-3-4 3-0-3 Nick Sanders 3-0-3 5-0-5 2-2-4 1-0-1 Matt Panfil 1-3-4 2-0-2 4-1-5 1-1-2 Rafael Priest - 1-0-1 3-0-3 2-1-3 Cody Moore - 1-0-1 1-1-2 5-0-5 James Vess 0-1-1 - 0-2-2 0-1-1 Alex Ibiloye 1-0-1 1-0-1 - - Tekerrein Cuba 3-1-4 - - 2-0-2 Wayne Daniels 1-1-2 1-0-1 - 1-1-2 Colin Jones 1-1-2 - - 2-0-2 Tank Carder - 2-0-2 - 0-1-1 Corderra Hunter 0-1-1 - 2-1-3 0-1-1 Greg McCoy - 1-0-1 - - Sir Demarco Bledsoe - - - - Kris Gardner - 4-0-4 - - Kelly Griffin 0-1-1 2-0-2 - - John Fonua - 1-0-1 - - Curtis Clay - 1-0-1 1-0-1 - Antoine Hicks - - - 2-0-2 Jimmy Young - - - - Johnny Fobbs 2-0-2 1-0-1 - - Clint Gresham - - 1-0-1 - Walter Bryant - - - - Shae Reagan - - - - Anson Kelton - - - - Clarence Leatch - - - 1-0-1 Ryan Christian - - - - Braylon Broughton - 1-0-1 - - Luke Shivers - - - 1-0-1 Jake Kirkpatrick - - - - Drew Combs - - - - Cory Grant - 1-0-1 - - Marcus Cannon - - - - Austin Galifaro - - - - Ryan Wyatt - - - - 25-28-53 44-2-46 35-20-55 32-8-40 Totals

TACKLES FOR LOSS (TFL-YARDS)

UNM SFA STAN SMU Jerry Hughes 1.5-9 1.5-4 2.5-8 - Jason Phillips 1.5-5 - 1.0-1 1.0-1 Stephen Hodge - - - - Matt Panfil 2.0-5 1.0-2 4.0-37 - Cody Moore - 1.0-6 - 4.0-14 Robert Henson 1.5-2 1.5-4 0.5-1 1.0-4 Daryl Washington 1.5-10 - - - John Fonua - 1.0-2 - - Tejay Johnson - - - - James Vess 0.5-2 - 0.5-1 - Nick Sanders - - - - Steven Coleman - - - - Sir Demarco Bledsoe - - - - Colin Jones 1.0-6 - - - Wayne Daniels - - - 1.0-5 Kelly Griffin - 1.0-2 - - Braylon Broughton - 1.0-2 - - Tank Carder - 1.0-1 - - Cory Grant - 1.0-1 - - Tekerrein Cuba 0.5-1 - - - 10.0-40 10.0-24 9.0-48 7.0-24 Totals

OU SDSU CSU 3-2-5 7-1-8 5-0-5 6-0-6 4-3-7 5-1-6 2-4-6 0-1-1 3-3-6 4-2-6 1-1-2 2-2-4 2-4-6 2-1-3 3-1-4 3-3-6 2-0-2 5-1-6 3-4-7 1-0-1 3-0-3 7-0-7 1-0-1 2-1-3 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 3-2-5 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-2-3 1-1-2 2-0-2 2-1-3 2-1-3 - 1-0-1 - - - 0-1-1 - - - 1-0-1 - - 1-0-1 - - - - 0-1-1 1-0-1 - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - - 1-0-1 1-0-1 - - - - - - - 0-1-1 - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - 0-1-1 - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - 0-1-1 - -

37-28-65

28-8-36

39-14-53

OU SDSU CSU 0.5-1 2.0-17 2.0-16 3.0-16 2.0-3 - 2.0-13 - - - 1.0-6 - - 1.0-5 1.0-1 - - - 1.0-13 - 2.0-10 1.0-3 1.0-4 - - - 2.0-11 1.5-2 - - - - 2.0-7 - - - - - 1.0-13 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

9.0-48

7.0-35

BYU 6-4-10 8-4-12 3-5-8 5-0-5 4-1-5 0-3-3 4-2-6 1-3-4 2-0-2 4-1-5 1-0-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 - - - 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-0-1 - - 1-0-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

42-26-68

BYU 4.0-14 - 1.0-1 - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - - - - - - - -

WYO UNLV UTAH AF 10-1-11 2-3-5 5-5-10 4-5-9 4-1-5 5-1-6 1-9-10 2-2-4 7-2-9 2-2-4 6-4-10 4-2-6 2-2-4 1-3-4 3-4-7 4-3-7 1-1-2 4-0-4 0-3-3 4-1-5 6-1-7 2-1-3 4-2-6 2-2-4 4-2-6 0-1-1 0-3-3 2-2-4 2-1-3 5-0-5 3-2-5 2-1-3 2-2-4 1-1-2 1-1-2 1-2-3 - - 0-3-3 0-1-1 0-1-1 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-3-4 1-1-2 - 0-2-2 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 1-2-3 - 0-1-1 4-0-4 1-0-1 - - 1-0-1 2-2-4 - - 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-1-1 - 1-0-1 1-0-1 - 0-1-1 1-0-1 - 0-1-1 1-1-2 2-0-2 1-0-1 2-0-2 - 1-0-1 0-3-3 - - - 1-1-2 - 1-0-1 - 1-0-1 - - - 0-1-1 - - - - - 1-0-1 - 1-0-1 1-0-1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0-1 - - - 0-1-1 - - 1-1-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0-1-1 - - - -

51-18-69

34-26-60

30-42-72

31-30-61

WYO UNLV UTAH AF 1.0-26 2.0-20 0.5-5 1.0-1 1.0-2 0.5-1 1.0-4 1.0-10 1.0-2 2.0-11 1.0-6 - - - - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-6 - 2.0-12 2.5-7 - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - 2.0-2 - - - 0.5-1 - 0.5-5 - - - - - - - - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8.0-42

4.0-26

BSU 4-1-5 9-2-11 5-1-6 1-3-4 6-0-6 2-2-4 1-0-1 2-0-2 2-0-2 2-1-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 -

36-10-46

BSU 1.0-4 1.0-1 3.0-15 1.0-7 1.0-6 0.5-1 0.5-0 -

10.0-58

7.0-23

8.0-47

4.0-15

8.0-28

OU SDSU CSU - 2.0-17 2.0-16 - 1.0-5 - - 1.0-6 - 1.0-12 - - 1.0-8 - - 1.0-13 - 1.0-7 1.0-3 - - - - 1.0-13 - - - - - 1.0-9 - - 1.0-6 - - - - - -

BYU 4.0-14 1.0-3 - - - - 1.0-5 - - - - - -

WYO UNLV UTAH AF 1.0-26 2.0-20 - - - - 1.0-6 - - - - - - - 1.0-4 1.0-10 - 1.0-9 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-10 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

BSU 1.0-4 1.0-6 -



SACKS (SACKS-YARDS)

UNM SFA STAN SMU Jerry Hughes 1.0-7 1.0-4 1.0-5 - Cody Moore - 1.0-6 - 2.0-10 Matt Panfil 1.5-4 - 2.0-26 - Jason Phillips 0.5-3 - - - Stephen Hodge - - - - Daryl Washington 1.0-9 - - - John Fonua - - - - Sir Demarco Bledsoe - - - - Robert Henson - - - - Tejay Johnson - - - - Nick Sanders - - - - Wayne Daniels - - - 1.0-5 Colin Jones 1.0-6 - - - 5.0-29 2.0-10 3.0-31 3.0-15 Totals

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4.0-36

4.0-28

6.0-51

6.0-22

2.0-36

3.0-29

2.0-10

1.0-10

2.0-10


2008 OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS |---------RUSHING-----------| |-------RECEIVING-------| |-------------PASSING-------------| |---------KICK RET----------| |---------PUNT RET---------| All Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg C-A-I Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg Pur at New Mexico 32 56 0 18 7 130 0 81 7-24-2 130 0 81 4 85 0 26 2 1 0 1 186 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 17 3 0 14 21 140 1 29 21-40-3 140 1 29 9 116 0 27 1 3 0 3 143 STANFORD 29 71 1 38 11 122 0 20 11-21-1 122 0 20 4 85 0 33 3 88 1 35 193 at SMU 12 -8 0 7 20 218 1 50 20-39-2 218 1 50 6 142 0 41 3 2 0 6 210 at Oklahoma 36 25 1 7 19 411 4 76 19-34-0 411 4 76 3 51 0 27 2 18 0 10 436 SAN DIEGO STATE 15 -13 1 5 10 98 0 34 10-26-0 98 0 34 7 118 0 24 1 12 0 12 85 at Colorado State 28 11 1 13 17 188 0 33 17-35-2 188 0 33 2 37 0 23 2 13 0 9 199 BYU 28 23 1 13 22 274 0 49 22-42-2 274 0 49 7 133 0 24 1 5 0 5 297 WYOMING 43 113 1 42 9 108 0 40 9-15-1 108 0 40 7 142 0 35 3 12 0 10 221 at UNLV 33 108 1 58 8 67 1 15 8-22-1 67 1 15 7 142 0 24 2 6 0 7 175 at Utah 25 45 0 8 24 230 1 26 24-41-0 230 1 26 3 73 0 28 4 33 0 16 275 AIR FORCE 37 150 1 57 3 11 0 8 3-10-0 11 0 8 7 129 0 26 1 0 0 0 161 vs. Boise State 20 28 1 20 22 222 0 65 22-35-1 222 0 65 4 85 0 34 1 0 0 0 242 Opponent Totals 355 612 9 58 193 2219 8 81 193-384-15 2219 8 81 70 1338 0 41 26 193 1 35 2831 TCU 642 2863 39 79 217 2614 14 65 217-371-8 2614 14 65 32 823 1 85 36 417 0 53 5477 Games played: 13 Avg per rush: 1.7 Avg per catch: 12.0

Pass efficiency: 97.9 Kick ret avg: 19.1 Punt ret avg: 7.4

2008 SEASON IN REVIEW

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

All purpose avg/game: 346.0 Total offense avg/gm: 217.8

|-----------------------TACKLES-----------------------| Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds at New Mexico 36 42 78 6.0-22 2.0-15 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 61 28 89 3.0-11 1.0-9 STANFORD 58 28 86 4.0-9 0.0-0 at SMU 55 12 67 3.0-11 0.0-0 at Oklahoma 40 26 66 7.0-29 3.0-22 SAN DIEGO STATE 61 46 107 5.0-16 1.0-5 at Colorado State 47 30 77 5.0-15 1.0-7 BYU 43 34 77 3.0-10 1.0-8 WYOMING 50 8 58 5.0-6 1.0-1 at UNLV 35 60 95 3.0-8 0.0-0 at Utah 30 44 74 4.0-48 4.0-48 AIR FORCE 53 32 85 9.0-35 4.0-26 vs. Boise State 57 26 83 5.0-11 0.0-0 Opponent Totals 626 416 1042 62.0-231 18.0-141 TCU 466 260 726 101.0-474 43.0-317

|----FUMBLES----| |------------Kicks--XPTS------------| FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH PBU Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts 0 0 1-0 0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0-0 0 3 1 2-2 0 0 0 14 0 0 0-0 0 2 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 2 2 2-6 0 4 0 5-5 0 0 0 35 1 1 0-0 0 1 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 1 1 1-25 4 3 1 1-1 0 0 0 7 0 1 0-0 0 1 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 0 2 0-0 0 3 0 2-2 0 0 0 14 0 0 2-37 0 6 0 1-1 0 0 0 13 1 0 0-0 0 0 1 1-1 0 0 0 10 0 0 2-68 0 3 0 1-1 0 0 0 16 5 7 8-136 4 29 3 18-18 0 0 0 147 14 13 15-156 5 57 1 49-55 1 0 1 437

|-----------------------------------------PUNTING------------------------------------------------------| |---------FIELD GOALS---------| |----------------KICKOFFS----------------------| Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd No Yds Avg TB OB at New Mexico 9 318 35.3 57 0 1 3 1 0 1-1 28 0 2 140 70.0 2 0 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 7 272 38.9 43 0 0 3 0 3 0-0 0 0 2 106 53.0 0 0 STANFORD 8 325 40.6 49 0 0 2 0 2 0-0 0 0 3 179 59.7 0 0 at SMU 5 194 38.8 52 0 0 3 1 2 0-0 0 0 2 134 67.0 0 0 at Oklahoma 9 308 34.2 46 0 0 2 0 2 0-0 0 0 6 375 62.5 0 0 SAN DIEGO STATE 10 361 36.1 47 0 0 3 0 1 0-0 0 0 2 140 70.0 0 0 at Colorado State 7 287 41.0 50 0 1 1 1 2 0-0 0 0 2 139 69.5 1 0 BYU 3 112 37.3 41 0 1 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 2 95 47.5 0 0 WYOMING 7 194 27.7 41 1 0 2 0 1 0-1 0 0 3 171 57.0 0 0 at UNLV 9 265 29.4 53 0 0 1 2 2 0-0 0 0 3 195 65.0 1 0 at Utah 8 294 36.8 43 0 1 3 0 3 2-2 49 0 3 207 69.0 1 0 AIR FORCE 6 233 38.8 64 0 1 2 1 1 1-1 36 0 3 164 54.7 0 1 vs. Boise State 4 192 48.0 64 0 1 0 2 1 3-4 33 0 5 329 65.8 0 0 Opponent Totals 92 3355 36.5 64 1 6 25 8 21 7-9 49 0 38 2374 62.0 5 1 TCU 60 2370 39.5 58 1 8 3 6 32 16-20 50 0 84 5088 60.9 8 6

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2008 SPECIALTY STATISTICS TCU Inside Opponent Red-Zone

Times Times TotaL Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs Aug. 30 at New Mexico W 26-3 4 3 20 3 Sept. 06 Stephen F. Austin W 67-7 8 8 57 8 Sept. 13 Stanford W 31-14 5 5 31 4 Sept. 20 at SMU W 48-7 6 6 34 4 Sept. 27 at Oklahoma L 10-35 4 2 10 1 Oct. 04 San Diego State W 41-7 7 6 38 5 Oct. 11 at Colorado State W 13-7 3 2 13 2 Oct. 16 BYU W 32-7 5 5 25 3 Oct. 25 Wyoming W 54-7 4 4 24 3 Nov. 01 at UNLV W 44-14 6 6 38 5 Nov. 06 at Utah L 10-13 4 2 10 1 Nov. 22 Air Force W 44-10 6 6 37 5 Dec. 23 vs Boise State W 17-16 3 3 17 2 Totals 65 58 354 46 58 of 65 (89.2%)

Rush TDs 3 7 4 3 1 4 2 2 2 2 1 4 2 37

Pass TDs 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 9

FGs - ---------- Failed to score inside RZ --------- Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 12 3 1 1 1 1

Rush TDs 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 6

Pass TDs 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 4

FGs ---------- Failed to score inside RZ --------- Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 1 2 2 0 0

Opponents Inside TCU Red-Zone

Times Times TotaL Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs Aug. 30 at New Mexico W 26-3 1 1 3 0 Sept. 06 Stephen F. Austin W 67-7 1 1 7 1 Sept. 13 Stanford W 31-14 1 0 0 0 Sept. 20 at SMU W 48-7 2 1 7 1 Sept. 27 at Oklahoma L 10-35 1 1 7 1 Oct. 04 San Diego State W 41-7 1 1 7 1 Oct. 11 at Colorado State W 13-7 1 1 7 1 Oct. 16 BYU W 32-7 3 1 7 1 Oct. 25 Wyoming W 54-7 1 0 0 0 Nov. 01 at UNLV W 44-14 3 2 14 2 Nov. 06 at Utah L 10-13 2 2 10 1 Nov. 22 Air Force W 44-10 1 1 3 0 Dec. 23 vs Boise State W 17-16 4 4 16 1 Totals 22 16 88 10 16 of 22 (72.7%)

TIME OF POSSESSION

3rd-Down Conversions Overall 6-17 12-15 9-21 13-18 4-15 9-17 8-18 11-16 7-14 8-16 8-19 7-12 9-18 111-216

Rate 35.5% 80.0% 42.9% 72.2% 26.7% 52.9% 44.4% 68.8% 50.0% 50.0% 42.1% 58.3% 50.0% 51.4%

4th-Down Conversions Overall 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-3 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-2 1-3 10-18

Rate 50.0% 0.0% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 0.0% 50.0% 33.3% 55.6%

50-174

28.7%

5-14

35.7%

Date Opponent Aug. 30 at New Mexico Sept. 06 Stephen F. Austin Sept. 13 Stanford Sept. 20 at SMU Sept. 27 at Oklahoma Oct. 04 San Diego State Oct. 11 at Colorado State Oct. 16 BYU Oct. 25 Wyoming Nov. 01 at UNLV Nov. 06 at Utah Nov. 22 Air Force Dec. 23 vs Boise State TCU Total Avg. Opponents Total Avg.

Overall 34:52 38:09 39:29 36:22 30:35 43:29 32:46 31:23 29:03 34:40 31:44 38:32 36:07 457:11 35:10 322:49 24:49

1st Qtr 8:30 10:28 9:50 5:18 5:31 10:18 9:41 5:25 9:28 9:48 7:08 9:49 6:11 107:25 8:15 87:35 6:44

2nd Qtr 8:12 7:54 10:40 11:00 9:35 10:38 7:08 8:00 6:34 8:13 5:59 8:37 10:41 113:11 8:42 81:49 6:17

3rd Qtr 9:38 9:58 10:09 10:32 8:37 11:05 7:07 7:29 5:44 7:09 9:02 7:13 10:09 113:52 8:45 81:08 6:14

4th Qtr 8:32 9:49 8:50 9:32 6:52 11:28 8:50 10:29 7:17 9:30 9:35 12:53 9:06 122:43 9:26 72:17 5:33

BIG PLAYS (20 yards+)

Rushing (11): Jackson_______________79 yards vs. SMU Brown________________ 41 yards at Utah Brown__________ 26 yards vs. Boise State Dalton__________ 24 yards vs. Boise State Kerley_ _______________ 24 yards vs. BYU Cavness______________ 24 yards at UNLV Brown___________ 23 yards (TD) at UNLV Jackson_______________ 22 yards vs. SFA Turner___________ 21 yards at Oklahoma Brown_______________ 20 yards vs. SDSU Kerley_ _______________ 20 yards vs. BYU Receiving (31): Young_ __________ 65 yards vs. Wyoming Young_ _______60 yards (TD) vs. Wyoming Young_ _______55 yards (TD) vs. Wyoming B. Johnson_____________ 52 yards at Utah Bryant________45 yards at Colorado State Young_ _______39 yards (TD) vs. Wyoming Christian______________ 34 yards at Utah Reagan_ _____________ 33 yards vs. SDSU Young_ _______________ 31 yards vs. SFA Brown________________29 yards vs. SMU Young_ __________ 29 yards at Oklahoma Young_ _________ 28 yards vs. Boise State Young_ ___________ 27 yards vs. Air Force Clay_____________ 26 yards vs. Wyoming Young_ _______________ 25 yards vs. BYU Young ____________ 25 yards vs. Air Force Young_ __________ 24 yards at Oklahoma Young_ _______________ 24 yards vs. BYU Christian______________ 24 yards at Utah Young_ ______________ 23 yards at UNLV Young_ _______________22 yards vs. SMU

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Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS BREAKDOWN Young_ _______________ 22 yards at Utah Young_ _______________ 22 yards at Utah Reagan_ __________ 22 yards vs. Air Force Young_ ___________ 22 yards vs. Air Force Johnson_ _________ 22 yards vs. Air Force Bryant____________ 22 yards vs. Air Force Clay______________ 22 yards vs. Air Force Young_ _______________ 21 yards vs. SFA Young_ _______________20 yards vs. SMU Young_ __________ 20 yards at Oklahoma Returns (21): Brown________85 yards (TD) vs. Wyoming Brown___________ 75 yards at Oklahoma Brown________________ 56 yards vs. BYU Brown___________ 54 yards vs. Wyoming Kerley_ _____ 53 yards (PR) at New Mexico Sanders___________ 40 (PR) yards at UNLV Hodge_______________ 39 yards at UNLV Hodge__________ 30 yards vs. Boise State Christian_________ 28 yards at Oklahoma Brown____________ 26 yards vs. Air Force Kerley_ ___ 26 yards (PR) at Colorado State Kerley_ _______26 yards (PR) at Oklahoma Hodge___________ 26 yards at Oklahoma Brown________________ 25 yards at SMU Kerley_ __________ 25 yards (PR) vs. SDSU Kerley_ __________ 25 yards (PR) vs. SDSU Brown _______________ 24 yards at UNLV Brown_______________ 22 yards vs. SDSU Brown________________ 21 yards at SMU Christian_________ 20 yards at Oklahoma Brown_______________ 20 yards vs. SDSU

Yards No. of TD No. of TD Drives 1-10 35 3 11-20 10 2 21-30 4 3 31-40 1 8 41-50 0 5 51-60 2 9 61-70 0 3 71-80 1 11 81-90 0 5 91-99 0 1

Poss. Time TD Drives 0:01-0:30 2 0:31-1:00 5 1:01-1:30 4 1:31-2:00 10 2:01-3:00 9 3:01-4:00 6 4:01-5:00 9 5:01-6:00 4 6:01-7:00 1 7:01+ 3 OT 0

Plays on TD Drive 1:2 2:3 3:4 4:7 5:5 6:6 7:4 8:4 9:4 10:4 11+:10

Total TD Drive Time: 142:24 Total Offensive TD: 53 Average TD Time: 3:08 Shortest TD Drive Time: 0:04 (at New Mexico, Dalton 4-yard run; 1 play, 4 yards) Longest TD Drive Time: 7:59 (vs. UNLV, Watts 1-yard run; 17 plays, 77 yards) Most Plays on TD Drive: 17 (at UNLV, Watts 1-yard run; 77 yards, 7:59)


2008 SUPERLATIVES TCU TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS Rushes_______________ Yards Rushing_________ Yards Per Rush_ _______ TD Rushes____________ Pass attempts_________ Pass completions______ Yards Passing_ ________ Yards Per Pass_________ TD Passes_ ___________ Total Plays____________ Total Offense__________ Yards Per Play_________ Points_ ______________ Sacks By_ ____________ First Downs___________ Penalties_____________ Penalty Yards__________ Turnovers_ ___________ Interceptions By_______

HIGHS LOWS 71 (vs. San Diego State)_ ________ 35 (at Oklahoma) 383 (vs. San Diego State)_ _______ 102 (at Oklahoma) 5.8 (at SMU)___________________ 2.8 (vs. Wyoming) 7 (Stephen F. Austin)____________ 1 (at Oklahoma; vs. Wyoming) 41 (at Oklahoma)_ _____________ 19 (vs. San Diego State; vs. BYU) 22 (vs. Boise State)_ ____________ 10 (vs. San Diego State) 334 (vs Wyoming)______________ 115 (vs. San Diego State) 15.2 (vs Wyoming)_ ____________ 4.0 (vs. Stanford) 4 (vs Wyoming)________________ 1 (six times) 90 (vs San Diego State)__________ 61 (vs. Wyoming) 525 (vs Stephen F. Austin)_ ______ 291 (at New Mexico) 7.3 (vs Wyoming)_ _____________ 3.9 (at New Mexico) 67 (vs Stephen F. Austin)________ 10 (at Oklahoma; at Utah) 6 (at Colorado State; vs. BYU)_____ 1 (vs. Air Force) 30 (vs Air Force)________________ 15 (at Colorado State) 12 (at Oklahoma)_ _____________ 5 (vs. Air Force) 140 (vs Stephen F. Austin)_ ______ 30 (vs. Air Force) 4 (at Oklahoma)_ ______________ None (six times) 3 (vs Stephen F. Austin)__________ None (eight times)

TCU INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes______________________ 27________________ JACKSON, Marcus vs San Diego State Yards Rushing________________ 131_______________ JACKSON, Marcus vs San Diego State TD Rushes___________________ 3_________________ TURNER, Joseph vs Stephen F. Austin Long Rush___________________ 79________________ JACKSON, Marcus at SMU Pass attempts________________ 39________________ DALTON, Andy at Oklahoma Pass completions_____________ 22________________ DALTON, Andy vs Boise State Yards Passing_ _______________ 334_______________ DALTON, Andy vs Wyoming TD Passes_ __________________ 4_________________ DALTON, Andy vs Wyoming Long Pass_ __________________ 65________________ DALTON, Andy vs Wyoming Receptions_ _________________ 7_________________ YOUNG, Jimmy vs Stephen F. Austin Yards Receiving_______________ 226_______________ YOUNG, Jimmy vs Wyoming TD Receptions________________ 3_________________ YOUNG, Jimmy vs Wyoming Long Reception_ _____________ 65________________ YOUNG, Jimmy vs Wyoming Field Goals_ _________________ 2_________________ EVANS, Ross at New Mexico EVANS, Ross at SMU EVANS, Ross vs San Diego State EVANS, Ross vs BYU Long Field Goal_______________ 50________________ EVANS, Ross at New Mexico Punts_______________________ 7_________________ KELTON, Anson vs Stanford KELTON, Anson at Colorado State Punting Avg_ ________________ 46.0_______________ KELTON, Anson vs Air Force Long Punt___________________ 58________________ KELTON, Anson vs Stanford Long Punt Return_____________ 53________________ KERLEY, Jeremy at New Mexico Long Kickoff Return___________ 85________________ BROWN, Aaron vs Wyoming Tackles______________________ 12________________ HODGE, Stephen vs BYU Sacks_______________________ 4.0________________ HUGHES, Jerry vs BYU Tackles For Loss_ _____________ 4.0________________ PANFIL, Matt vs Stanford MOORE, Cody at SMU HUGHES, Jerry vs BYU Interceptions_ _______________ 2_________________ SANDERS, Nick vs BYU

OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS AND LOWS Rushes___________________ Yards Rushing_____________ Yards Per Rush_ ___________ TD Rushes________________ Pass attempts_____________ Pass completions__________ Yards Passing_ ____________ Yards Per Pass_____________ TD Passes_ _______________ Total Plays________________ Total Offense______________ Yards Per Play_____________ Points_ __________________ Sacks By_ ________________ First Downs_______________ Penalties_________________ Penalty Yards______________ Turnovers_ _______________ Interceptions By___________

HIGHS LOWS 43 (vs. Wyoming)_______________ 12 (at SMU) 150 (vs. Air Force)_ ______________ -13 (vs. San Diego State) 4.1(vs. Air Force)_ _______________ -0.9 (vs. San Diego State) 1 (nine times)_ _________________ 0 (four times) 42 (vs. BYU)____________________ 10 (vs. Air Force) 24 (at Utah)____________________ 3 (vs. Air Force) 411 (at Oklahoma)_ _____________ 11 (vs. Air Force) 12.1 (at Oklahoma)______________ 1.1 (vs. Air Force) 4 (at Oklahoma)_ _______________ 0 (eight times) 70 (at Oklahoma; vs. BYU)_________ 41 (vs. San Diego State) 436 (at Oklahoma)_ _____________ 85 (vs. San Diego State) 6.2 (at Oklahoma)_______________ 2.1 (vs. San Diego State) 35 (at Oklahoma)_ ______________ 3 (at New Mexico) 4 (at Utah; vs Air Force)___________ 0 (four times) 19 (vs. BYU)____________________ 4 (vs. San Diego State) 10 (vs. Wyoming)_______________ 2 (vs. Air Force; at Utah) 90 (vs. Wyoming)_______________ 10 (at Utah) 4 (vs. Stephen F. Austin; vs. BYU)_____ 0 (three times) 2 (three times)__________________ 0 (four times)

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Rushes___________________ 25__________________ MOORE, Devin, vs Wyoming Yards Rushing_____________ 114_________________ MOORE, Devin, vs Wyomin TD Rushes________________ 1___________________ BALDWIN, Doug, vs Stanford BROWN, Chris, at Oklahoma WESLEY, Mekell, vs San Diego State JOHNSON, Gartre, at Colorado State HALL, Max, vs BYU MOORE, Devin, vs Wyoming PEEPLES, David, at UNLV TEW, Jared, vs Air Force JOHNSON, Ian, vs Boise State Long Rush________________ 58__________________ TROTTER, C., at UNLU Pass attempts_____________ 42__________________ HALL, Max, vs BYU Pass completions__________ 24__________________ JOHNSON, Brian, at Utah Yards Passing_ ____________ 411_________________ BRADFORD, Sam, at Oklahoma TD Passes_ _______________ 4___________________ BRADFORD, Sam, at Oklahoma Long Pass_ _______________ 81__________________ GRUNER, Brad, at New Mexico Receptions_ ______________ 9___________________ BROWN, Freddie, at Utah Yards Receiving____________ 206_________________ JOHNSON, Manuel, at Oklahoma TD Receptions_____________ 3___________________ JOHNSON, Manuel, at Oklahoma Long Reception_ __________ 81__________________ HERNANDEZ, Chri, at New Mexico Field Goals_ ______________ 3___________________ BROTZMAN, Kyle, vs Boise State Long Field Goal____________ 49__________________ SAKODA, Louie, at Utah Punts____________________ 10__________________ STAHOVICH, Bria, vs San Diego State Punting Avg_ _____________ 48.0_ _______________ BROTZMAN, Kyle, vs Boise State Long Punt________________ 64__________________ HARRISON, Ryan, vs Air Force BROTZMAN, Kyle, vs Boise State Long Punt Return__________ 35__________________ BALDWIN, Doug, vs Stanford Long Kickoff Return________ 41__________________ HENDERSON, J., at SMU Tackles___________________ 14__________________ BOUDREAUX, Core, vs San Diego State JOHNSON, Jeron, vs Boise State Sacks____________________ 2.0_ ________________ TAYLOR, Adrian, at Oklahoma LAMENDOLA, Ken, vs Air Force Tackles For Loss_ __________ 2.0_ ________________ MACALUSO, Nick, vs Stanford TAYLOR, Adrian, at Oklahoma THOMAS, Gerard, at Colorado State LAMENDOLA, Ken, vs Air Force Interceptions_ ____________ 1___________________ LIGON, Blake, at New Mexico JACKSON, Brian, at Oklahoma LEWIS, Travis, at Oklahoma PAGNOTTA, Mike, at Colorado State SMITH, Sean, at Utah JOHNSON, Robert, at Utah JOHNSON, Jeron, vs Boise State HOUT, Byron, vs Boise State

Nick Sanders’ two interceptions against BYU marked a team season-high total. Sanders led TCU last season in pass breakups with 12.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS Aug. 30, 2008 • Attendance: 31,583 University Stadium • Albuquerque, N.M.

TCU

Sept. 6, 2008 • Attendance: 27,074 Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas

26

NEW MEXICO

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN

3

TCU

7 67

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.­ (AP) - Andy Dalton ran for two touchdowns as TCU went on to a 26-3 win in the season-opener for both teams. The Horned Frogs scored on their first three possessions and needed a span of just over four minutes to build a 16-0 lead on the Lobos in the Mountain West Conference game. Dalton scored on runs of 11 and 4 yards, the second TD set up by Jeremy Kerley’s 53-yard punt return JEREMY KERLEY, WR midway through the fourth quarter. The Lobos only points came from a 28-yard field goal kick by Aho with 10:48 left in the third quarter. A short punt by first year Lobo kicker Adam Miller gave the Horned Frogs the ball on the New Mexico 30 and set up a four-play drive that ended with Dalton’s 11-yard scoring run. The Lobos got off one play on their ensuing possession as Donovan Porterie’s pass hit TCU safety Steven Coleman in the chest at the New Mexico 35 and Coleman returned it to the 9. Halfback Joseph Turner scored on second down from the 2. TCU also got field goals of 50 and 39 yards from Ross Evans. Evans missed a chance to extend TCU’s 16-0 lead when he missed a 20-yard field goal attempt with 39 seconds left in the first half. That drive was set up by Porterie’s fumble near midfield that was recovered by defensive end Jerry Hughes.

FORT WORTH­ (AP) - Joseph Turner ran for three touchdowns as TCU scored on its first five possessions on the way to a 67-7 victory over Stephen F. Austin in its highest-scoring game in 76 years. Turner had a 12-yard TD run and two 4-yard scores for the Frogs (2-0), whose 67 points were one short of the school record set against Austin College in 1932. TCU led 42-7 at halftime in its home opener. Stephen F. Austin (1-1) was held to only 143 total JOSEPH TURNER, TB yards, including three yards on 17 rushing attempts. In its home opener seven years ago against Northwestern State, another team from the lower-tier Football Championship Subdivision, TCU was upset 27-24 in overtime. The Frogs weren’t going to let that happen again. Andy Dalton was 11 of 13 passing for 131 yards and ran for an 11-yard TD. He completed all eight of his passes on TCU’s first four scoring drives. TCU rolled up 525 total yards, 320 on the ground, led by Ryan Christian’s 67 yards on 11 carries.

Score by Quarters TCU New Mexico

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 12-yard run (Evans kick), 10:52 TCU - Turner, Joseph 4-yard run (Evans kick), 5:41 Second Quarter TCU - Kerley, Jeremy 6-yard run (Evans kick), 14:54 TCU - Turner, Joseph 4-yard run (Evans kick), 13:44 SFA - Rhea, Aaron 1-yard pass from Moses, Jeremy (Long kick), 9:43 TCU - Christian, Ryan 7-yard run (Evans kick), 4:17 TCU - Coleman, Stephen 33-yard interception return (Evans kick), 1:01 Third Quarter TCU - Dalton, Andy 11-yard run (Evans kick), 12:56) TCU - Evans, Ross 45-yard field goal, 9:27 TCU - Jones, Jonathan 14-yard pass from Jackson, Marcus (Kerley rush), 1:50 Fourth Quarter TCU - Cavness, Jai 13-yard run (Evans kick), 7:40

1 16 0

2 0 0

3 0 3

4 Score 10 26 0 3

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 50-yard field goal, 10:21 TCU - Dalton, Andy 11-yard run (Evans kick), 6:52 TCU - Turner, Joseph 2-yard run (Evans kick failed), 6:01 Third Quarter UNM - Aho, James 28-yard field goal, 10:48 Fourth Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 39-yard field goal, 9:08 TCU - Dalton, Andy 4-yard run (Evans kick), 7:57 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU UNM 20 9 48-171 32-56 120 130 16-26-1 7-24-2 74-291 56-186 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-57-0 2-1-0 0-0-0 4-85-0 2-34-0 1-0-0 6-38.8 9-35.3 1-0 4-1 8-74 3-35 34:52 25:08 6-of-17 4-of-15 1-of-2 0-of-0 3-4 1-1 5-29 2-15

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Dalton 17-56; Christian 11-40; Turner 8-34; Watts 7-28; Smith 5-13. UNM - Ferguson 17-59; Baker 5-19; Gruner 3-minus 5; James 2-minus 8; Porterie 5-minus 9. Passing TCU - Dalton 16-25-0-120; Kerley 0-1-0-0. UNM - Gruner 3-14-1-93; Porterie 4-10-1-37; James 0-0-0-0. Receiving TCU - Young 4-44; Bryant 4-18; Johnson 2-22; Watts 2-9; Christian 1-9; Kerley 1-7; Frosch 1-7; Jones 1-4. UNM - Hernandez 3-99; McQueen 3-29, Baker 1-2.

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1 0 14

2 7 28

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

3 0 18

4 Score 0 7 7 67

SFA TCU 10 29 17-3 58-320 140 205 21-40-3 17-24-0 57-143 82-525 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 5-74-0 9-116-0 2-56-0 0-0-0 3-41-1 7-38.9 2-29.0 2-1 0-0 3-25 11-140 21:51 38:09 2-of-13 12-of-15 2-of-2 0-of-0 1-1 8-8 1-9 3-10

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Christian 11-67; Cavness 11-59; Jackson 8-47; Turner 9-44; Watts 7-33; Smith 4-32; Dalton 3-16; Kerley 2-9; Hightower 1-8; Fort 2-5. SFA - Reid 4-9; Pervis 4-7; Ross 1-3; Tarrant 3-3; Parks 1-minus 1; Moses 4-minus 18. Passing TCU - Dalton 11-13-0-131; Jackson 6-11-0-74 SFA - Moses 20-38-3-142; D. Williams 1-2-0-minus 2 Receiving TCU - Young 7-104; Reagan 3-40; Johnson 2-16; Jones 1-14; Clay 1-10; Kerley 1-9; Frosch 1-7; Hicks 1-5. SFA - Edison 5-37; Brooks 4-20; Parks 3-39; Ross 3-27; T. Williams 3-20; Rhea 1-1; Pervis 1-minus 2; Tarrant 1-minus 2


2008 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS Sept. 13, 2008 • Attendance: 25,531 Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas

Sept. 20, 2008 • Attendance: 30,923 Gerald J. Ford Stadium • Dallas, Texas

STANFORD

14

TCU

48

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31

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FORT WORTH­ (AP) - Ryan Christian scored the goahead touchdown and Steven Coleman made a key interception to help TCU beat Stanford 31-14 in a game moved up six hours because of Hurricane Ike. Christian, who rushed for 82 yards on 19 carries, gave TCU the lead for good on a 1-yard scoring run with six minutes left in the third. Stanford appeared to tie the game early in the fourth on Doug Baldwin’s 49-yard punt return for a touchdown. Officials reviewed the play and determined RYAN CHRISTIAN, TB Baldwin stepped out of bounds at the TCU 13. Three plays later, Coleman intercepted Tavita Pritchard’s pass in the end zone to thwart Stanford’s comeback attempt. Kickoff was moved up to noon because of the hurricane that hit the Texas coast early Saturday. Despite the earlier start time, it began raining harder in the second half and winds from the outer edge of the storm gusted to more than 30 mph in the fourth quarter. Richard Sherman returned a blocked punt 21 yards for a touchdown as Stanford rallied from a two-touchdown deficit to tie the game at 14 before halftime. The Horned Frogs took the lead on their second possession in the second half. Their nineplay, 51-yard drive was capped by Christian’s short run. TCU quarterback Andy Dalton, who capped the scoring with a 10-yard run, passed for 145 yards and rushed for 91 more. Score by Quarters STANFORD TCU

1 0 7

2 14 7

3 0 7

4 Score 0 14 10 31

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Watts, Justin 1-yard run (Evans kick), 2:15 Second Quarter TCU - Kerley, Jeremy 3-yard run (Evans kick), 10:17 STAN - Baldwin, Doug 38-yard run (Zagory kick), 8:36 STAN - Sherman, Richard 21-yard blocked punt return (Zagory kick), 6:18 Third Quarter TCU - Christian, Ryan 1-yard run (Evans kick), 6:00 Fourth Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 23-yard field goal, 2:24 TCU - Dalton, Andy 10-yard run (Evans kick), 1:05 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

STAN TCU 10 24 29-71 53-233 122 145 11-21-1 20-36-0 50-193 89-378 3-2-0 2-0-0 3-88-1 2-28-0 4-85-0 3-45-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 8-40.6 9-37.1 3-2 2-0 5-27 7-46 20:31 39:29 2-of-12 9-of-21 0-of-1 2-of-2 0-1 5-5 0-0 3-31

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Dalton 17-91; Christian 19-82; Turner 7-30; Kerley 4-18; Watts 6-12. STAN - Gerhart 15-45; Baldwin 1-38; Kimble 3-7; Loukas 1-2; Pritchard 9-minus-21. Passing TCU - Dalton 20-36-0-145. STAN - Pritchard 11-21-1-122. Receiving TCU - Young 5-36; Christian 4-21; Reagan 3-35; Frosch 3-23; Bryant 3-16; Kerley 2-14. STAN - Gerhart 3-42; Gunder 3-23; Baldwin 1-17; Whalen 1-12; Marecic 1-12; Kimble 1-9; Sherman 1-7.

DALLAS (AP) - Joseph Turner ran for 67 yards and a pair of 4-yard touchdowns as TCU defeated SMU for the second consecutive season, 48-7. The Horned Frogs outgained SMU 498-210 in total yards, including a 271-minus-8 advantage in rushing yardage. TCU converted two turnovers into touchdowns less than six minutes into the game. Safety Steven Coleman recovered a fumble at the SMU 39-yard line on the second play of the game. Five plays later, Turner scored CODY MOORE, NT on a 4-yard run. TCU extended its lead to 14-0 after defensive end Jerry Hughes intercepted a screen pass and returned it 24 yards for a touchdown with 9:15 left in the quarter. Turner scored on another 4-yard run on the Horned Frogs’ first possession of the second half. Later in the third quarter, following an interception by nose tackle Cody Moore, quarterback Andy Dalton scored on a 5-yard run to give TCU a 34-0 lead. Dalton was 16-of-25 for 210 yards before sitting out the final quarter. Backup quarterback Marcus Jackson led all rushers with 115 yards on seven attempts, including a 79-yard touchdown run late in the fourth. SMU quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell completed 20-of-36 passes for 218 yards with two interceptions and one touchdown. Mustangs receiver Emmanuel Sanders led all receivers with six receptions and 62 yards.

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Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score TCU 14 6 14 14 48 SMU 0 0 7 0 7 Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 4-yard run (Evans kick), 12:21 TCU - Hughes, Jerry 24-yard interception return (Evans kick), 9:15 Second Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 19-yard field goal, 6:04 TCU - Evans, Ross 23-yard field goal, 0:19 Third Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 4-yard run (Evans kick), 10:37 TCU - Dalton, Andy 5-yard run (Evans kick), 7:06 SMU - Loftin, Cole 4-yard pass from Mitchell, Bo Levi (Morstead kick), 5:25 Fourth Quarter TCU - Frosch, Evan 1-yard pass from Jackson, Marcus (Evans kick), 9:33 TCU - Jackson, Marcus 79-yard run (Evans kick), 4:00 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU SMU 23 10 47-271 12-(-8) 227 218 19-29-0 20-39-2 76-498 51-210 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-8-0 3-2-0 2-46-0 6-142-0 2-30-1 0-0-0 3-41.7 5-38.8 0-0 1-1 9-44 5-47 36:22 23:38 13-of-18 4-of-11 0-of-0 0-of-1 6-6 1-2 3-15 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Jackson 7-115; Turner 19-67; Brown 11-51; Dalton 4-21; C. Smith 2-10; Cavness 3-4; Kerley 1-3. SMU - Butler 2-5; Martin 3-0; Mitchell 7-minus-13. Passing TCU - Dalton 16-25-0-210; Jackson 3-4-0-17. SMU - Mitchell 20-36-2-218; Turner 0-3-0-0. Receiving TCU - Brown 4-60; Young 4-53; Frosch 3-17; Reagan 1-26; Johnson 1-16; Christian 1-16; Hicks 1-12; Watts 1-9; Kerley 1-7; Turner 1-6; Bryant 1-5. SMU - Sanders 6-62; Loftin 5-52; Robinson 4-70; Wilkerson 3-19; Martin 2-15.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS September 27, 2008 • Attendance: 85,158 MEMORIAL Stadium • NORMAN, OKLAHOMA

October 4, 2008 • Attendance: 30,620 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

No. 23 TCU

10

SAN DIEGO STATE

No. 2 OKLAHOMA

35

TCU

NORMAN, Okla.­ - TCU was unable to slow down No. 2 Oklahoma’s big playmakers in the final nonconference battle of the season, as the 23rd-ranked Frogs fell to the Sooners, 35-10, in front of 85,158 fans at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The capacity crowd marked the third-largest audience to see the Frogs play. Despite topping the Sooners in time of possession and holding Oklahoma to only 25 yards on the ground, TCU surrendered 436 total yards of offense, in addition JOSEPH TURNER, TB to 66 yards on a dozen penalties, and suffered four turnovers. Sophomore quarterback Andy Dalton went 16-for-39 for 212 passing yards, while also gaining 32 yards on the ground. Junior tailback Joseph Turner had 54 rushing yards with the Frogs’ lone touchdown. Sophomore wideout Jimmy Young topped all Frog receivers with a career-high 111 yards on six receptions. Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford went 19-for-34 with 281 of his personal-best 411 passing yards coming in the first half. Bradford connected for four touchdown completions, despite being sacked four times. Sooner receiver Manuel Johnson had a career-best 206 yards on five receptions with three touchdowns. Score by Quarters TCU OKLAHOMA

1 3 21

2 0 7

3 0 7

4 Score 7 10 0 35

Scoring Summary First Quarter OU - Iglesias, Juaquin 24-yard pass from Bradford, Sam (Stevens kick), 12:54 TCU - Evans, Ross 32-yard field goal, 11:20 OU - Brown, Chris 1-yard run (Stevens kick), 6:31 OU - Johnson, Manuel 76-yard pass from Bradford, Sam (Stevens kick), 1:05 Second Quarter OU - Johnson, Manuel 55-yard pass from Bradford, Sam (Stevens kick), 1:02 Third Quarter OU - Johnson, Manuel 63-yard pass from Bradford, Sam (Stevens kick), 5:38 Fourth Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 1-yard run (Evans kick), 12:49 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU 16 35-102 212 16-41-2 76-314 0-0-0 4-34-0 6-181-0 0-0-0 6-43.2 3-2 12-66 30:35 4-of-15 0-of-3 2-4 4-36

OU 17 36-25 411 19-34-0 70-436 0-0-0 2-18-0 3-51-0 2-6-0 9-34.2 0-0 4-40 29:25 6-of-16 0-of-1 1-1 3-22

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Turner 14-54; Dalton 11-32; Brown 7-24; Jackson 1-5; Watts 1-1; Kerley 1-minus 14. OU - Brown 13-27; Murray 13-23; Madu 4-11; Team 1-minus 2; Halzle 1-minus 3; Bradford 4-minus 31. Passing TCU - Dalton 16-39-1-212; Jackson 0-2-1-0. OU - Bradford 19-34-0-411; Halzle 0-0-0-0. Receiving TCU - Young 6-111; Christian 2-27; Kerley 2-24; Bryant 2-20; Johnson 1-11; Turner 1-8; Clay 1-6; Brown 1-5. OU - Johnson 5-206; Iglesias 4-63; Murray 4-48; Tennell 2-28; Gresham 1-38; Broyles 1-12; Chaney 1-9; Clapp 1-7.

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Junior quarterback Marcus Jackson rushed for 131 yards and two touchdowns in his first start this season to help TCU defeat San Diego State 41-7. Getting the start after Andy Dalton injured his right knee in a loss to top-ranked Oklahoma last weekend, Jackson went 10-of-19 for 115 yards and had scoring runs of 9 and 3 yards. Jackson threw a touchdown pass just before halftime MARCUS JACKSON, QB that gave TCU (5-1, 2-0 Mountain West) a 20-0 lead. San Diego State had only 85 yards of offense and four first downs. In their last trip to Fort Worth, the Aztecs had just 87 total yards in a 52-0 loss two years ago. Ross Evans kicked field goals of 25 and 42 yards to give TCU a 6-0 lead early in the second quarter. Ryan Christian’s 10-yard TD run extended the lead to 13-0, and Jackson threw a 3-yard TD pass to Shae Reagan just before halftime to put the Horned Frogs on top 20-0. TCU’s Aaron Brown rushed for 66 yards and Joseph Turner added 63 as the Horned Frogs had a season-high 383 yards on the ground. The Aztecs had minus-13 yards rushing against TCU, which came in leading the nation in run defense.

Score by Quarters SAN DIEGO STATE TCU

1 0 3

2 0 17

3 7 7

4 Score 0 7 14 41

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 20-yard field goal, 2:56 Second Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 42-yard field goal, 14:03 TCU - Christian, Ryan 10-yard run (Evans kick), 5:45 TCU - Reagan, Shae 3-yard pass from Jackson, Marcus (Evans kick), 0:22 Third Quarter SDSU - Wesley, Mekell 2-yard run (Yoshida kick), 12:11 TCU - Jackson, Marcus 9-yard run (Evans kick), 3:47 Fourth Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 3-yard run (Evans kick), 9:17 TCU - Jackson, Marcus 3-yard run (Evans kick), 3:21 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SDSU TCU 4 28 15-(-13) 17-383 98 115 10-26-0 10-19-0 41-85 90-498 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-12-0 6-83-0 7-118-0 2-42-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 10-36.1 4-40.0 1-1 1-1 3-30 9-105 16:31 43:29 1-of-11 9-of-17 0-of-0 1-of-1 1-1 6-7 1-5 4-28

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Jackson 27-131; Brown 10-66; Turner 16-63; Christian 10-56; Kerley 4-40; Smith 1-17; Young 1-7; Cavness 1-3; Watts 1-0. SDSU - Henderson 4-5; Campbell 1-3; Wesley 1-2; Lindley 3-minus-7; Westling 6-minus-16. Passing TCU - Jackson 10-19-0-115. SDSU - Westling 9-17-0-61; Lindley 4-8-0-37; Wallace 0-1-0-0. Receiving TCU - Reagan 4-53; Kerley 2-23; Johnson 1-14; Clay 1-11; Brown 1-9; Shivers 1-5. SDSU - Brown 6-52; Wallace 1-34; Shaw 1-13; Sullivan 1-3; Henderson 1-minus-4.


2008 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS Oct. 11, 2008 • Attendance: 27,130 Hughes Stadium • Fort Collins, Colo.

Oct. 16, 2008 • Attendance: 36,180 Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas

TCU COLORADO STATE

13

No. 8 BYU

7

7

No. 24 TCU

32

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - The top defense in the nation was slow to arrive but quick to recover, leading TCU past Colorado State 13-7 on a chilly afternoon at Hughes Stadium. The Rams marched right down the field for a touchdown on their first possession, then could hardly find any holes to run through or yards to gain after the catch - when they did manage to hold onto the ball. After its only airplane trip in a two-month span, the Horned Frogs looked like they had jet lag on CSU’s AARON BROWN, TB opening drive, a nine-play, 78-yard march that included 45 yards on the ground, highlighted by Gartrell Johnson’s 4-yard rumble into the end zone. But the Rams managed just 15 yards rushing on their four subsequent first-half drives and the Horned Frogs took a 13-7 lead into the locker room after CSU’s Kory Sperry and Rashaun Greer dropped long touchdown passes from quarterback Billy Farris. The Rams went to backup quarterback Klay Kubiak in the third quarter but they couldn’t get close to the end zone in seven second-half possessions. They had minus-49 yards rushing in the second half and finished with just 11 yards on 28 carries. The Horned Frogs came into the game leading the nation in run defense, allowing just 22.3 yards a game, total defense (208.8) and fewest first downs per game (10). They were also tops in time of possession (37:09). And after that first drive, they lived up to their reputation. Aaron Brown scored on a 6-yard run and Joseph Turner punched it in from 3 yards out for TCU. The kick following Brown’s TD was blocked. One play before Brown’s TD, cornerback Nick Oppenneer was hanging on quarterback Marcus Jackson’s back but couldn’t bring him down and Jackson somehow completed a 5-yard pass to his tight end on fourth-and-1 from the 11. Score by Quarters TCU Colorado State

1 6 7

2 7 0

3 0 0

4 Score 0 13 0 7

Scoring Summary First Quarter CSU - Johnson, Gartrell 4-yard run (Smith kick), 10:47 TCU - Brown, Aaron 6-yard run (Evans kick failed), 5:11 Second Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 3-yard run (Evans kick), 6:52 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU CSU 15 14 46-151 26-11 166 188 16-26-1 17-35-2 72-317 63-199 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-63-0 2-13-0 1-19-0 2-37-0 2-(-2)-0 1-25-0 8-39.6 7-41.0 5-1 2-1 11-115 3-30 32:46 27:14 8-of-18 4-of-14 1-of-1 0-of-1 2-3 1-1 6-51 1-7

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Jackson 19-54; Turner 11-39; Brown 7-32; Christian 8-28; TEAM 1-minus-2. CSU - Johnson 16-30; Morton 1-13; Mosure 2-9; Farris 3-4; Kubiak 6-minus-45. Passing TCU - Jackson 16-26-1-166. CSU - Pritchard 12-24-1-121; Farris 5-11-1-67. Receiving TCU - Young 5-35; Bryant 2-60; Reagan 2-20; Johnson 2-12; Kerley 2-11; Christian 1-16; Clay 1-7; Adams 1-5. CSU - Sperry 6-104; Morton 3-34; Johnson 2-27; Borcky 2-11; Pauga 2-2; Mosure 1-7; Gardner 1-3.

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes in his return to the lineup and the Horned Frogs sacked Max Hall six times in a 32-7 victory that snapped the ninth-ranked Cougars’ 16game winning streak that was the longest in major college football. The Frogs scored on their first three drives, twice after turnovers by Hall, for a 17-0 lead -- scoring as many points in 16 minutes as BYU had allowed its last 16 quarters. That four-game stretch included consecutive JERRY HUGHES, DE lopsided shutouts of UCLA and Wyoming. Dalton, who missed the last two games with a knee injury, threw a 25-yard touchdown to Jimmy Young on his first pass. He added a 12-yarder to Walter Bryant just before halftime, the receiver making a nifty grab and getting a foot down in the back corner of the end zone -- a catch confirmed by replay -- for a 23-0 lead. Dalton finished 12-of-19 for 170 yards and Kerley ran nine times for 77 yards. Jerry Hughes had four sacks for TCU and forced two fumbles. On BYU’s opening drive of the game, Daryl Washington dropped a possible interception near the 50 with a wide-open field to the end zone ahead of him. But two plays later, Hughes hit Hall from behind, stripping the ball and TCU recovered at the Cougars 40. Kerley scored on a 16-yard run, avoiding a BYU defender just past the line and then zigzagging through the middle of the field virtually untouched for a 14-0 lead, ending a 72yard drive on which he also had 24-yard run. TCU led 17-0 on Ross Evans’ 21-yard field goal a play after an apparent interception was overturned by replay. That drive included a 21-yard run by Kerley. Joseph Turner, who ran 19 times for 70 yards, scored on a 5-yard run at the end of the third quarter for the final touchdown. Score by Quarters BYU TCU

1 0 14

2 0 9

3 7 9

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Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Young, Jimmy 25-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 12:10 TCU - Kerley, Jeremy 16-yard run (Evans kick), 6:08 Second Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 21-yard field goal, 14:45 TCU - Bryant, Walter 12-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick failed), 1:06 Third Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 31-yard field goal, 11:41 BYU - Hall, Max 2-yard run (Payne kick), 4:26 TCU - Turner, Joseph 5-yard run (Evans kick failed), 0:16 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

BYU TCU 19 29 28-23 51-240 274 170 22-42-2 12-19-0 70-297 70-410 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-5-0 1-(-10)-0 7-133-0 2-62-0 0-0-0 2-29-0 3-37.3 2-44.0 4-2 2-1 7-84 10-87 28:37 31:23 10-of-18 11-of-16 2-of-4 1-of-1 1-3 5-5 1-8 7-27

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Kerley 9-77; Turner 19-69; Brown 8-39; Christian 8-29; Dalton 6-19; Hicks 1-7. BYU - Unga 14-53; Collie 1-0; Vakapuna 3-minus-6; Hall 10-minus-24. Passing TCU - Dalton 12-19-0-170. BYU - Hall 22-42-2-274. Receiving TCU - Young 4-78; Bryant 4-44; Turner 1-16; Johnson 1-13; Watts 1-13; Christian 1-8. BYU - Pitta 8-84; Collie 6-116; Unga 4-40; Reed 2-7; George 1-19; Vakapuna 1-8.

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2008 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS Oct. 25, 2008 • Attendance: 30,103 Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas

Nov. 1, 2008 • Attendance: 16,121 Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev.

WYOMING

7

No. 15 TCU

54

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Jimmy Young made sure TCU avoided a letdown after an eventful week. Young had a school-record 226 yards receiving and caught three touchdown passes to help No. 15 TCU defeat Wyoming 54-7. Young had scoring catches of 60, 55 and 39 yards, and hauled in a 65-yarder to set up another touchdown as TCU won their fourth straight game. Jimmy Oliver had the TCU record with 206 yards receiving against Texas Tech in 1994. Young is just the JIMMY YOUNG, WR second player in school history to have a 200-yard receiving game. Young’s big day helped the Horned Frogs pile up 444 yards of offense. Andy Dalton completed 16-of-22 passes for 334 yards and he threw four touchdown passes. The Horned Frogs, who led 38-7 after three quarters and rested most of their starters in the fourth, outscored their opponents 140-28 during their winning streak. Score by Quarters WYOMING TCU

1 0 7

2 7 17

3 0 14

4 Score 0 7 16 54

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Young, Jimmy 60-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 13:21 Second Quarter TCU - Young, Jimmy 55-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 9:03 WYO - Moore, Devin 42-yard run (Scott kick), 7:23 TCU - Brown, Aaron 85-yard kickoff return (Evans kick), 7:12 TCU - Evans, Ross 24-yard field goal, 0:00 Third Quarter TCU - Dalton, Andy 1-yard run (Evans kick), 7:54 TCU - Young, Jimmy 39-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick) 1:54 Fourth Quarter TCU - Watts, Justin 1-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 14:19 TCU - TEAM Safety, 12:12 TCU - Jackson, Marcus 4-yard run (Evans kick), 7:52 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WYO TCU 13 18 42-113 39-110 108 334 9-15-1 16-22-0 58-221 61-444 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-12-0 3-25-0 7-142-0 3-150-1 0-0-0 1-24-0 7-27.7 4-41.0 2-1 0-0 10-90 6-65 30:57 29:03 5-of-14 7-of-14 0-of-0 1-of-1 0-1 4-4 1-1 2-36

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Turner 10-25; Hicks 6-23; Brown 7-22; Dalton 6-21; Cavness 5-8; Christian 2-7; Jackson 1-4; Fort 2-0. WYO - Moore 25-114; Stewart 2-15; Terry 6-10; Sween 2-6; Genho 2-4; Seldon 5-minus-17; Crum 1-minus-19. Passing TCU - Dalton 16-22-0-334. WYO - Sween 5-10-0-89; Stutzriem 2-3-1-18; Crum 2-2-0-1. Receiving TCU - Young 5-226; Clay 2-32; Bryant 2-20; Johnson 2-17; Watts 2-16; Christian 2-10; Brown 1-13. WYO - Bolling 3-43; Stewart 1-40; Buckhalter 1-12; Morgan 1-6; Salyards 1-6; Seldon 1-3; Genho 1-minus-2.

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44

UNLV

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LAS VEGAS (AP) - Andy Dalton threw three touchdown passes to lead No. 12 TCU past UNLV 44-14. Dalton completed 16-of-29 for 151 yards and rushed for 52 yards on nine carries. He had nine touchdown passes in the three games since coming back from a two-game absence because of injury. The Frogs ran for 259 yards, led by Aaron Brown’s 60. UNLV managed only 108 against the No. 1 run defense in the country. TCU was allowing 10.4 points per ROBERT HENSON, LB game and 1.2 yards per rush coming into the game. TCU’s first drive lasted 17 plays capped by a Dalton 1-yard pass to Justin Watts with 5:21 left in the first quarter. The Horned Frogs then went up 14-0 thanks in part to Robert Henson’s first-quarter interception of Omar Clayton’s pass. Henson’s second pick of the season at the Rebels’ 34, led to Luke Shiver’s 3-yard touchdown run up the middle with 3:09 left in the first quarter. The Frogs went up 24-7 at halftime after Dalton found Evan Frosch wide open on the left side from 4 yards with :30 left in the half. Brown’s 23-yard run down the left side added to the lead in third quarter, and Jimmy Young caught Dalton’s last touchdown pass from 13 yards with 2:38 left in the third quarter. Score by Quarters TCU UNLV

1 14 7

2 10 0

3 13 0

4 Score 7 44 7 14

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Watts, Justin 1-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 5:21 TCU - Shivers, Luke 3-yard run (Evans kick), 3:09 UNLV - Anthony, Rodelin 15-yard pass from Clayton, Omar (Watson kick), 0:44 Second Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 20-yard field goal, 10:24 TCU - Frosch, Evan 4-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 0:30 Third Quarter TCU - Brown, Aaron 23-yard run (Evans kick failed), 9:38 TCU - Young, Jimmy 13-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick) 2:38 Fourth Quarter TCU - Cavness, Jai 1-yard run (Evans kick), 4:40 UNLV - Peeples, David 1-yard run (Evans kick), 1:44 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU UNLV 27 12 52-259 33-108 151 67 16-29-0 8-22-1 81-410 55-175 0-0-0 1-0-0 4-45-0 2-6-0 2-63-0 7-142-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 4-40 9-24.4 4-2 3-2 10-95 4-47 35:40 25:20 8-of-16 1-of-11 1-of-1 0-of-1 6-6 2-3 3-29 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Brown 9-60; Dalton 9-52; Cavness 8-51; Hicks 6-38; Christian 7-22; Turner 8-19; Watts 4-14; Shivers 1-3. UNLV - Trotter 1-58; Clayton 9-29; Cox 5-17; Wolfe 1-10; Summers 6-9; Peeples 3-1; Clausen 8-minus-16. Passing TCU - Dalton 16-29-0-151. UNLV - Clayton 5-13-1-45; Clausen 3-9-0-22. Receiving TCU - Young 3-42; Christian 3-27; Watts 3-17; Hicks 2-16; Reagan 1-12; Turner 1-12; Johnson 1-11; Bryant 1-10; Frosch 1-4. UNLV - Wolfe 4-31; Summer 2-6; Anthony 1-15; Flair 1-15.


2008 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS Nov. 6, 2008 • Attendance: 45,666 Rice-Eccles Stadium • Salt Lake City, Utah

Nov. 22, 2008 • Attendance: 32,823 Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas

No. 11 TCU

10

AIR FORCE

10

No. 9 UTAH

13

No. 15 TCU

44

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Brian Johnson threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Freddie Brown with 48 seconds left to cap an 80-yard drive that kept Utah’s BCS hopes alive with a 13-10 victory over TCU. The Utes, who improved to 10-0 for the second time in school history, were swarmed at midfield by the fans who made Rice-Eccles Stadium shake when Johnson rallied Utah to its first touchdown and saved the Utes’ postseason hopes. Johnson threw for 230 yards for the Utes, who JASON PHILLIPS, LB recovered on defense after allowing TCU to gain 202 yards in the first quarter. The Horned Frogs missed two field goal attempts in the fourth quarter either of which would have put TCU up by seven. Ross Evans bounced one kick off the left upright, then with 2:48 left he was wide right on a 35-yard attempt. Utah got the ball back on the 20 and Johnson led the Utes’ comeback. TCU nearly had the drive stopped, but on fourth-and-5 Johnson completed an 11 yard pass to Brown to the Frogs’ 15. Two plays later, Johnson found Brown on a slant for the winning score. Robert Johnson sealed it with an interception in the final seconds and Utah won despite getting outgained 416-275. Aaron Brown ran for 106 yards on 15 carries and Andy Dalton passed for 251 yards, but the Frogs hurt themselves with penalties and untimely breakdowns. TCU was called for 11 penalties and allowed two sacks on third downs that took the Frogs out of field goal range twice. Jason Phillips was one of three Frog defenders with 10 tackles, which included a sack. Score by Quarters TCU UTAH

1 10 3

2 0 3

3 0 0

4 Score 0 10 7 13

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 37-yard field goal, 9:54 TCU - Christian, Ryan 3-yard run, 6:16 UTAH - Sakoda, Louie 49-yard field goal, 2:37 Second Quarter UTAH - Sakoda, Louie 37-yard field goal, 0:00 Fourth Quarter UTAH - Brown, Freddie 9-yard pass from Johnson, Brian (Sakoda kick), 0:48 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU UTAH 20 17 39-165 25-45 251 230 16-37-2 24-41-0 76-416 66-275 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-10-0 4-33-0 2-34-0 3-73-0 0-0-0 2-37-0 6-41.0 8-36.8 0-0 2-0 11-70 2-10 31:44 28:16 8-of-19 4-of-15 0-of-1 1-of-2 2-4 2-2 2-10 4-48

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Andy Dalton threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more scores and the No. 15 Horned Frogs’ defense mostly smothered Air Force’s usually potent rushing attack to win their regular season finale 44-10. Air Force was held to 150 yards rushing - 111 of that coming on only two runs. The Falcons were averaging 279.7 yards per game, fourth-best among FBS teams. In Gary Patterson’s 99th game as the Frogs’ coach, they drove 60 yards on six plays on the opening ANDY DALTON, QB possession and led for good after Luke Shivers scored on a 3-yard run only 2:22 into the game. The Frogs gained more than 10 yards on eight plays in the first quarter, and led 10-0 after Ross Evans’ 32-yard field goal. Dalton, who finished 21-of-27 for 321 yards, had an 8-yard keeper for a touchdown and threw a 22-yard pass to Bart Johnson to give TCU a 24-3 halftime lead. Dalton hit Walter Bryant for another 22-yard score on the Frogs’ first second-half possession, then ran 7 yards for a TD. Air Force got its only touchdown in the fourth quarter when Jared Tew busted through the middle of the line into a wide-open gap for a 57-yard run. Score by Quarters AIR FORCE TCU

1 0 10

2 3 14

3 0 13

4 Score 7 10 7 44

Scoring Summary First Quarter TCU - Shivers, Luke 3-yard run (Evans kick), 12:38 TCU - Evans, Ross 32-yard field goal, 4:18 Second Quarter AF - Harrison, Ryan 36-yard field goal, 11:12 TCU - Dalton, Andy 8-yard run (Evans kick), 5:10 TCU - Johnson, Bart 22-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 1:07 Third Quarter TCU - Bryant, Walter 22-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick) 9:30 TCU - Dalton, Andy 7-yard run (Evans kick blocked) 0:54 Fourth Quarter AF - Tew, Jared 57-yard run (Harrison kick), 14:05 TCU - Watts, Justin 2-yard run (Evans kick), 9:05 TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punt Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Kickoff Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Interception Returns-Yards-Touchdowns Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

AF TCU 7 30 37-150 52-183 11 321 3-10-0 21-27-0 47-161 79-504 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 2-(-1)-0 7-129-0 2-31-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-38.8 2-46.0 2-0 2-0 2-23 5-30 21:28 38:32 4-of-13 7-of-12 0-of-1 1-of-2 1-1 6-6 4-26 1-10

Rushing TCU - Brown 15-106; Christian 12-43; Dalton 11-11; Watts 1-5. UTAH - Asiata 6-19; Wide 4-14; Mack 3-12; Johnson 8-10; Casteel 1-1; Louks 1-1; Team 1-minus-2; Brooks 1-minus-10.

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing TCU - Turner 9-50; Brown 11-45; Dalton 13-39; Jackson 7-28; Watts 4-12; Cavness 3-9; Christian 2-6; Shivers 1-3; Bryant 1-3. AF - Clark 14-63; Tew 4-63; Paffett 2-9; Newell 9-9; Lumpkin 2-8; Warzeka 1-4; Jefferson 2-3; Stephens 1-1; Halderman 1-0; Cousins 1-minus-10.

Passing TCU - Dalton 16-37-2-251. UTAH - Johnson 24-39-0-230; Asiata 0-1-0-0; Team 0-1-0-0.

Passing TCU - Dalton 21-27-0-321. AF - Jefferson 2-7-0-3; Smith 1-3-0-8; Cousins 0-0-0-0.

Receiving TCU - Young 6-97; Christian 4-69; Brown 2-5; Johnson 1-52; Hicks 1-19; Watts 1-6; Clay 1-3. UTAH - Brown 9-105; Godfrey 7-48; Casteel 5-77; Mack 2-6; Asiata 1-minus-6.

Receiving TCU - Young 5-100; Christian 5-67; Reagan 3-40; Bryant 2-38; Hicks 2-17; Johnson 1-22; Clay 1-22; Frosch 1-9; Brown 1-6. AF - Dekker 2-10; Cousins 1-1.

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2008 POINSETTIA BOWL RECAP DEC. 23, 2008 • Attendance: 34,628 Qualcomm Stadium • San Diego, calif.

No. 11 TCU

17

No. 9 BOISE STATE

16

Score by Quarters BOISE STATE TCU

1 10 0

2 3 7

3 0 3

4 3 7

F 16 17

Scoring Summary First Quarter BSU - Brotzman, Kyle 30-yard field goal, 11:32 BSU - Johnson, Ian 20-yard run (Brotzman kick), 7:35 Second Quarter BSU - Brotzman, Kyle 24-yard field goal, 5:51 TCU - Brown, Aaron 16-yard run (Evans kick), 00:24 Third Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 32-yard field goal, 00:46 Fourth Quarter TCU - Turner, Joseph 17-yard run (Evans kick), 8:51 BSU - Brotzman, Kyle 33-yard field goal, 4:47

Individual Statistics Rushing TCU - Brown 14-102/1; Turner 16-84/1; Dalton 16-84; Kerley 4-10; Christian 1-6. BSU - Johnson 7-28/1; Harper 3-6; Perretta 5-4; Avery 2-1; Moore 2-(-10) . Passing TCU - Dalton 22-35-1-197; Kerley 0-1-1-0. BSU - Moore 22-35-1-222 . Receiving TCU - Bryant 6-67; Christian 6-53; Young 5-62; Brown 2-(-3); Reagan 1-11; Clay 1-7; Turner 1-0. BSU - Childs 7-61; Pettis 4-65; Johnson 3-(-5); Perretta 2-78; Hawkins 2-10; Avery 1-6; Bissell 1-3; Brockel 1-3; Martin 1-1.

Game Statistics TEAM STATS First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

BSU TCU 15 28 20-28 51-275 222 197 22-35-1 22-36-2 55-250 87-472 0-0-0 1-10-0 1-0-0 1-1-0 4-85-0 5-94-0 2-68-0 1-0-0 4-48.0 4-32.0 2-1 1-0 4-25 6-63 23:53 36:07 3-of-11 9-of-18 0-of-0 1-of-3 3-3 3-3 0-0 2-10

TCU Game Starters Offense WR Kerley WR Young WR B. Johnson WR Bryant TB Brown QB Dalton OT Cannon OG P. Phillips C Schlueter OG Montgomery OT Newhouse

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SAN DIEGO (AP) -- TCU’s Joseph Turner dove into the end zone for the winning touchdown, and LaDainian Tomlinson went nuts on the sideline. It was a good night to be a Horned Frog, current and past. Turner’s 17-yard run midway through the fourth quarter gave the No. 11 Horned Frogs their first lead of the night, which they preserved for a 17-16 victory over No. 9 and previously undefeated Boise State in the Poinsettia Bowl. Boise State (12-1) was trying to finish 13-0 for the second time in three seasons. The Broncos took a 10-0 lead on Ian Johnson’s 20-yard touchdown run midway through the first quarter, but their highscoring offense bogged down against TCU’s fast, aggressive defense. TCU (11-2) piled up yards if not points until finally wearing down the Broncos’ defense in the fourth quarter. The Horned Frogs moved 80 yards in 10 plays on the winning drive, with Turner finishing it off by shedding a tackle inside the 5-yard line and diving into the end zone for a 17-13 lead. Tomlinson, the former TCU standout in his eighth season with the San Diego Chargers, jumped in celebration and pumped his fist near the TCU bench. There wouldn’t be a crazy, victorious finish for Johnson and the Broncos as there was two years ago in the memorable, highly entertaining overtime win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. After Turner’s TD, Boise State got to the TCU 14 before having to settle for Kyle Brotzman’s 33-yard field goal to pull to 17-16. The Broncos got the ball back with 6 seconds left on their 33 and tried to lateral the ball after a catch, but Jeremy Childs’ desperation flip was grabbed by TCU’s Matt Panfil.

TCU outgained Boise State 472 yards to 250. BSU came in averaging 39 points and 456 yards, one of the benefits of dominating the Western Athletic Conference. Johnson scored on a 20-yard run midway through the first quarter. It was his 58th career rushing TD, breaking former San Diego State star Marshall Faulk’s WAC record and giving the Broncos a 10-0 lead. Broncos quarterback Kellen Moore faked a sweep handoff to Childs, then handed to Johnson, who broke outside and found an open field. Officials brought to the ball to the sideline for Johnson to keep. The Broncos needed the cushion, because TCU’s fast, aggressive defense finally clamped down. Johnson is best known as scoring the winning 2-point conversion against Oklahoma on a “Statue of Liberty” play, then proposing to his cheerleader girlfriend moments later. Johnson’s wife, Chrissy, spoke with Tomlinson on the sideline after doing a TV interview during the first quarter. Boise State defensive end Bryon Hout intercepted Andy Dalton midway through the second quarter, and his 62-yard return included a nice spin move to get away from one TCU player and a stiff arm against another Horned Frog. Hout was a running back in high school. Hout returned the ball to the TCU 11, but the Broncos had to settle for Brotzman’s 24-yard field goal and a 13-0 lead. TCU finally scored on Aaron Brown’s 16-yard run just before halftime. Brown had 102 yards on 14 carries while Turner had 83 yards on 16 rushes.


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First Downs

36_ __________________________ TCU vs. Texas Tech, 1990 33_ __________________________ Texas A&M vs. TCU, 1991 32_ _______________________ Northwestern vs. TCU, 2004 32_ ________________________ TCU vs. Kansas State, 1984 32_ ______________________________Baylor vs. TCU, 1984 31_ ________________________ TCU vs. New Mexico, 1993 31_ _____________________________ TCU vs. Tulane, 1985 31_ _______________________________ SMU vs. TCU, 1985 30_ ___________________________ TCU vs. Air Force, 2008 30_ _____________________ TCU vs. San Diego State, 2006

Yards Rush­ing

606_ _______________ Texas A&M vs. TCU, 1977 (59 carries) 504_ _____________________ TCU vs. BYU, 1987 (64 carries) 475_ ____________________ TCU vs. UTEP, 1999 (61 carries) 467_ ____________________ SMU vs. TCU, 1985 (72 carries) 463_ ______________ TCU vs. Kansas State, 1984 (69 carries) 444_ _________________ Arkansas vs. TCU, 1989 (63 carries) 436_ _____________________ TCU vs. UTA, 1970 (51 carries) 425_ _____________________ TCU vs. Rice, 1984 (59 carries) 401_ ____________ TCU vs. Austin College, 1932 (54 carries)

Yards Passing

524_ ___________________________Houston vs. TCU, 1989 513_ ______________________ Northwestern vs. TCU, 2004 429_ ___________________________Houston vs. TCU, 1991 419_ _________________________ TCU vs. Texas Tech, 1990 415_ ______________________North Carolina vs. TCU, 1997 408_ _____________________________TCU vs. Baylor, 1980 388_ _____________________________Baylor vs. TCU, 1984 380_ _______________________ TCU vs. East Carolina, 2001 368_ ______________________ TCU vs. Northwestern, 2004 362_ __________________________ Arkansas vs. TCU, 1970

Yards Offense

687_ _________________________ Texas A&M vs. TCU, 1977 (606 rush, 81 pass) 667_ ______________________________ TCU vs. Rice, 1984 (425 rush, 242 pass) 658_ __________________________ Arkansas vs. TCU, 1970 (354 rush, 304 pass) 637_ ______________________ Northwestern vs. TCU, 2004 (124 rush, 513 pass) 636_ ______________________________ SMU vs. TCU, 1985 (467 rush, 169 pass) 624_ ____________________ TCU vs. San Diego State, 2006 (275 rush, 349 pass) 594_ _________________________ Texas A&M vs. TCU, 1991 (273 rush, 321 pass) 588_ ___________________________Houston vs. TCU, 1989 (64 rush, 424 pass) 583_ ____________________________ Purdue vs. TCU, 1969 (281 rush, 302 pass) 573_ _______________________ TCU vs. New Mexico, 1991 (221 rush, 352 pass)

INDIVIDUAL

LONGEST PLAYS

406 (NCAA record)_________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, vs. UTEP, 1999 (43 carries) 305_ ___________________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, vs. UTEP, 2000 (33 carries) 300_ ___________________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, vs. San Jose State, 1999 (23 carries) 294_ ___________________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, vs. Hawai’i, 2000 (49 carries) 287_ __________________________________ Lonta Hobbs, vs. Memphis, 2002 (33 carries) 247_ __________________________________ Bobby Davis, vs. UT-Arlington, 1970 (18 carries) 243_ ___________________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, vs. Northwestern, 2000 (39 carries) 239_ _________________________________Kenneth Davis, vs. Kansas State, 1984 (29 carries) 231_ ___________________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, vs. Fresno State, 2000 (42 carries) 230_ __________________________________ John Dottley, vs. Mississippi, 1949 (22 carries)

95_ ________________________ Greg Hill, Texas A&M, 1993 93_ ______________________________ King Hill, Rice, 1957 90_ _________________ Donny Anderson, Texas Tech, 1964 89_ _________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 2000 89_ _________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. San Jose State, 1999 82_ _____________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Houston, 1987 82_ ________________ Kenneth Davis vs. North Texas, 1984 82_ _____________________________Terry Orr, Texas, 1984 82_ ________________Cy Leland vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 80_ ____________ five times, last: Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 1999

Yards Rushing

Yards Passing

513_ ________________ Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2004 488_ ______________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 429_ ____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1991 419_ ___________________ Matt Vogler vs. Texas Tech, 1990 415_ ________________ Chris Keldorf, North Carolina, 1997 408_ ______________________Steve Stamp vs. Baylor, 1980 382_ _________________________ Jon Denton, UNLV, 1996 362_ ________________________Tom Muecke, Baylor, 1984 342_ _______________________ Tommy Kramer, Rice, 1976 336_ ___________________ Brad Taylles, W. Michigan, 1992

Yards Receiving

257_ __________________ Dennis Northcutt, Arizona, 1999 (10 receptions) 226_ ________________Jimmy Young, vs. Wyoming, 2008 (5 receptions) 202_ _______________Jonathan Fields, Northwestern, 2004 (8 receptions) 202_ _____________________ James Maness, vs. Rice, 1984 (5 receptions) 194_ ____________________ Manny Hazard, Houston, 1989 (19 receptions) 180_ ______________ Richard Woodley, vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (18 receptions) 174_ ______________________ Phillip Epps, vs. Baylor, 1980 (8 receptions) 168_ ___________________ Paschal Volz, New Mexico, 1997 (9 receptions) 163_ ____________________Raymond Bonner, Baylor, 1992 (10 receptions) 161_ ______________________Mike Renfro, vs. Baylor, 1976 (8 receptions) 159_ _______________________ Mike Grant, Houston, 1991 (11 re­cep­tions)

Run From Scrimmage

Pass Completion

99_ ____________________Scott Ankrom to James Maness, vs. Rice, 1984 95_ __________________ Fred Mortensen to John Jefferson, Arizona State, 1975 89_ _______________________ Max Knake to Jimmy Oliver, vs. Texas Tech, 1994 89_ __________________ Doug Samuels to Eric McPherson, Utah State, 1981 88_ ____________________ Rodney Allison to Brian Nelson, Texas Tech, 1976 86_ _____________________ Leon Clay to Stephen Shipley, vs. Air Force, 1989 86_ ___________________Cody Carlson to Derrick McAdoo, vs. Baylor, 1986

Punts

94_ _________________ Carl Knox vs. Oklahoma State, 1947 81_ __________________________ Dave Sherer, SMU, 1957 80_ _________________________Clinton Parson, Rice, 1990 78_ ____________ Grassy Hinton vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 77_ _______________________ Chris Becker vs. Baylor, 1986

Punt Returns

92_ ______________________ Lawrence Elkins, Baylor, 1962 89_ ___________________________ Jerry Levias, SMU, 1968 84_ __________________ LaDouphyous McCalla, Rice, 1997 84_ ____________________ Arthur Whittington, SMU, 1974 83_ ___________________________Jim Lucas vs. Rice, 1943

Kickoff Returns

100_ ________________________ Phillip Epps vs. Rice, 1978 99_ ____________________________Carl Swierc, Rice, 1973 98_ ______________________Kim Phillip, North Texas, 1986 96_ ________________LaTarence Dunbar, vs. Houston, 2002 85_ ___________________ Aaron Brown vs. Wyoming, 2008 85_ _________________ Red Oliver vs. Austin College, 1932 85_ _____________ B. Spearman vs. Abilene Christian, 1930

Interception Returns

100_ ______________________ Bill Hobbs, Texas A&M, 1967 99_ _______________ Quincy Butler vs. Southern Miss, 2004 97_ _______________________ Kenny Bryant, Oregon, 1977 92_ _____________________ Bill Conaster, Texas A&M, 1969 82_ _____________ Anthony Hickman vs. New Mexico, 1991 80_ _______________________ Billy Fondren vs. Texas, 1968

Field Goals

57_ _____________________ Michael Reeder vs. UTEP, 1996 56_ ___________________ Steve Mormon vs. Oregon, 1977 56_ ___________________________ Mike Dean, Texas, 1974

Quincy Butler had a 99-yard touchdown against Southern Miss in 2004 for the second-longest interception return at Amon G. Carter Stadium.

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TEAM OFFENSE RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE

RUSHING

PASSING

111_ _______________ vs. San Diego State, 2007 (69 R, 42 P) 100_ _____________________ vs. Houston, 1990 (21 R, 79 P) 98_____________________ vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (33 R, 65 P) 97___________________ vs. East Carolina, 2001 (37 R, 60 P)

32 _____________________________ vs. Kansas State, 1984

24 _____________________________ vs. UT-Arlington, 1971

Offensive Plays–Game

Offensive Plays–Season

1,017_____________________________ 1,013_____________________________ 1,008_____________________________ 915 _ ____________________________ 909______________________________

2007 (574 R, 443 P) 2008 (642 R, 371 P) 2003 (659 R, 349 P) 2005 (537 R, 378 P) 2006 (557 R, 352 P)

Yards Offense–Game

First Downs–Game

Fewest First Downs–Game

Fewest First Downs–Game

First Downs–Season

First Downs–Season

0 __________________________________________ 7 times

155_ _________________________________________ 2008 149_ _________________________________________ 2006 145_ _________________________________________ 1984

Fewest First Downs–Season

31 ___________________________________________ 1943

782_ ______________________________ vs. Houston, 2003 736_ ______________________________ vs. Houston, 1990 694_ ________________________ vs. San Diego State, 2007 677_ _____________________________ vs. Utah State, 1984 667 ___________________________________ vs. Rice, 1984 624_ ________________________ vs. San Diego State, 2006 606_ _________________________ vs. Colorado State, 2006 606 ____________________________ vs. New Mexico, 1994 587 __________________________________ vs. UNLV, 2005 573_ ___________________________ vs. New Mexico, 1991

Carries–Game

Fewest Yards Offense–Game

249 __________________________________________ 1943

10_ ______________________________vs. Texas A&M, 1974 11 ________________________________ vs. Arkansas, 1933 18_ _________________________ vs. Mississippi State, 1936 65 ________________________________ vs. Arkansas, 1982 71_ __________________________________ vs. Texas, 1962 72 ________________________________ vs. Clemson, 1965 78_ _______________________________ vs. Alabama, 1975 94 ________________________________ vs. Arkansas, 1982

Yards Offense–Season

5,581_________________________________________ 2003 5,477 _________________________________________ 2008

Fewest Yards Offense–Season

1,280 _________________________________________ 1943

First Downs–Game

39_ _________________________ vs. San Diego State, 2007 36_ _______________________________ vs. Houston, 2003 36 _______________________________ vs. Texas Tech, 1990 33_ __________________________ vs. Colorado State, 2006 32_ ____________________________ vs. Kansas State, 1984 31_ ____________________________ vs. New Mexico, 1993 31_ _________________________________ vs. Tulane, 1985 31_ _________________________________ vs. Kansas, 1958 30_ _______________________________ vs. Air Force, 2008 30_ _________________________ vs. San Diego State, 2006 30 _____________________________ vs. New Mexico, 1991 30_ ____________________________ vs. UT-Arlington, 1971 30_ _________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1967 30_ __________________________ vs. Austin College, 1932

Fewest First Downs–Game 0 2 2 2

___________________________ vs. Mississippi State, 1936 _________________________________ vs. Arkansas, 1982 _________________________________ vs. Clemson, 1965 ________________________________vs. Texas A&M, 1943

First Downs–Season

307_ _________________________________________ 2008

Fewest First Downs–Season

85 ___________________________________________ 1947

0 _________________________ 16 times, last: vs. Rice, 1979

147_ _________________________________________ 2007 146 __________________________________________ 1990

Fewest First Downs–Season

20 ___________________________________________ 1943

Attempts–Game

659_ _________________________________________ 2003

79 ________________________________ vs. Houston, 1990 72 _______________________________ vs. Texas Tech, 1990 65 __________________________ vs. Oklahoma State, 1993 60 _____________________________ vs. East Carolina, 2001 57 __________________________________ vs. Kansas, 1995 54 _________________________ vs. Washington State, 1990 53 __________________________ vs. Oklahoma State, 1991 53 __________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1980

Fewest Carries­­­–Season

Fewest Attempts–Game

78 ____________________________________vs. SMU, 1956

Fewest Carries–Game

16 _______________________________ vs. Oklahoma, 1993

Carries–Season

Yards–Game

508_ ________________________________ vs. Tulane, 1986 504_ __________________________________ vs. BYU, 1987 494_ _____________________________ vs. Utah State, 1984 475_ _________________________________ vs. UTEP, 1999 463 ____________________________ vs. Kansas State, 1984 436_ ___________________________ vs. UT-Arlington, 1970 429 ___________________________________ vs. Rice, 1987 425_ __________________________________ vs. Rice, 1984 420_ ________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1987 418_ __________________________vs. San Jose State, 1999

1___________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1956 1_____________________________________ vs. Rice, 1944 2___________________________________ vs. Kansas, 1947 3________________________________ vs. Ohio State, 1957 3____________________________________ vs. Texas, 1944 4___________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1957 4___________________________________ vs. Kansas, 1953

Attempts–Season

511 __________________________________________ 1990

Fewest Attempts–Season

82 ___________________________________________ 1955

Fewest Yards–Game ­­ _____________________________vs. Texas A&M, 1974 –58_

Completions–Game

–­ 46_ ______________________________ vs. Arkansas, 1933 –43_ _________________________________ vs. Texas, 1980 –33_ _________________________________ vs. Texas, 1978 –26_ _____________________________vs. Texas A&M, 2001 –17_ _____________________________vs. Texas A&M, 1978 –10_ _______________________________ vs. Georgia, 1980 – 7___________________________________ vs. Texas, 1945

44 ________________________________ vs. Houston, 1990 37 __________________________ vs. Oklahoma State, 1991 36 _______________________________ vs. Texas Tech, 1990 33 ____________________________________vs. SMU, 1993 33 __________________________ vs. Oklahoma State, 1993 32 __________________________________ vs. Kansas, 1995 31 _____________________________ vs. East Carolina, 2001 30 ____________________________________ vs. Rice, 1991

Yards–Season

Completions–Season

3,241 _________________________________________ 1987 3,126 _________________________________________ 1984

259_ _________________________________________ 2007 258 __________________________________________ 1990

Fewest Yards–Season

Fewest Completions–Game

649 __________________________________________ 1943

0 __________________________________________ 7 times

Average Per Carry–Game

Fewest Completions–Season

10.4 _________________________________ vs. Tulane, 1986

31 ___________________________________________ 1957

Lowest Average Per Carry–Game

Yards–Game

–1.5 __________________________________ vs. Texas, 1980

Average Per Carry–Season

6.5 ___________________________________________ 1955

Lowest Average Per Carry–Season

2.6 ___________________________________________ 1943

Touchdowns–Game

First Downs by Penalty–Game

8 _____________________________________ vs. USF, 2004

7 __________________________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 7 ____________________________________ vs. UTEP, 1999 7 ____________________________ vs. Austin College, 1932

First Downs by Penalty–Season

Touchdowns–Season

33_ __________________________________________ 2003

39 ___________________________________________ 2008

Fewest First Downs by Penalty–Season

Fewest Touchdowns–Season

3 ____________________________________________ 1947

First Downs–Game

2 _______________________________________ 1980, 1974

FROG RECORDS

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

690_ ______________________________ vs. Houston, 1990 419_ _____________________________ vs. Texas Tech, 1990 408_ ________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1980 399_ __________________________________ vs. Rice, 1981 399_ ________________________ vs. Oklahoma A&M, 1949 397_ __________________________________vs. SMU, 2004 391_ ________________________________ vs. Kansas, 1995 380_ ___________________________ vs. East Carolina, 2001 375_ ______________________________ vs. Houston, 2003 368_ __________________________ vs. Northwestern, 2004

Fewest Yards–Game

0 _____________________ 7 times, last: vs. Ohio State, 1957

Yards–Season

3,237 _________________________________________ 1990

Fewest Yards–Season

452 __________________________________________ 1957

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TEAM OFFENSE RECORDS PASSING (con’t) Touchdowns–Game

5___________________________ vs. San Diego State, 2006 5_________________________________ vs. Houston, 1990 5______________________________ vs. UT-Arlington, 1981 5_____________________________________ vs. Rice, 1965

Touchdowns–Season

24_ __________________________________________ 1990 21_ __________________________________________ 2004 19_ __________________________________________ 1938 18_ __________________________________________ 1935

Fewest Touchdowns–Season

2 ____________________________________________ 1998 2 ____________________________________________ 1966

Passes Had Intercepted–Game

9___________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1949 7________________________________vs. Texas A&M, 1966 7____________________________________ vs. Texas, 1943 7___________________________________ vs. Baylor, 1930 6__________________________________________ 4 times Records not complete for this category before 1953.

Field Goals Made–Game

5________________________________ vs. Cincinnati, 2003 5________________________________ vs. Cincinnati, 2002 4____________________________________ vs. UNLV, 2006 4________________________________ vs. Texas Tech, 2006 4_____________________________________ vs. UAB, 2003 4_______________________________vs. North Texas, 2001 4____________________________________ vs. Texas, 1995 4_________________________________ vs. Arkansas, 1990 4___________________________________ vs. Tulane, 1979 4____________________________________ vs. Texas, 1965

Field Goals Made–Season

28_ _____________________________ 2003 (attempted 34) 23_ _____________________________ 2002 (attempted 30) 23_ _____________________________ 1995 (attempted 25) 22_ _____________________________ 2007 (attempted 27) 21_ _____________________________ 2006 (attempted 26)

Fewest Field Goals Made–Season

0 _________________________________ 7 times, last: 1960

PATs Attempted–Game

10 ___________________________ vs. Austin College, 1932

Passes Had Intercepted–Season

PATs Attempted–Season

Fewest Passes Had Intercepted–Season

Fewest PATs Attempted–Season

32 ___________________________________________ 1966

5 ____________________________________________ 1955

Passes Without Interception–Season

125 __________________________________________ 1988

SCORING

Points Scored–Game

68 ___________________________ vs. Austin College, 1932

Points Scored–Half (since World War II)

42 _________________________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 42 _______________________________ vs. Utah State, 1984

55 ___________________________________________ 2008

5 ____________________________________________ 1966

PATs Made–Game

8__________________________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 8_____________________________________vs. SMU, 2000 8____________________________________ vs. Tulsa, 1999 8________________________________ vs. Utah State, 1984 8____________________________ vs. Austin College, 1932

PATs Made–Season

50 ___________________________________________ 2000

Fewest PATs Made–Season

4 ____________________________________________ 1966

Points Scored–Quarter

35 (3rd quarter) ________________________ vs. Tulsa, 1999

Points Scored–Season

437 __________________________________________ 2008

Fewest Points Scored–Season

55 ___________________________________________ 1966

Touchdowns Scored–Game

10_ __________________________ vs. Austin College, 1932 9__________________________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 9________________________________ vs. Utah State, 1984

Touchdowns Scored–Season

56_ __________________________________________ 2008 50_ __________________________________________ 2005 49_ __________________________________________ 2000 48_ __________________________________________ 2004 46_ __________________________________________ 2006

Fewest Touchdowns Scored–Season

5 ____________________________________________ 1966

Field Goals Attempted–Game

PUNTING

Punts–Game

26_ ________________________ vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1930 24_ _________________________ vs. Mississippi State, 1936 17_ ___________________________________ vs. USC, 1936 17_ ______________________________ vs. Centenary, 1933

Fewest Punts–Game

0____________________________ vs. Colorado State, 2006 1 _____________________________________ several times

Punts–Season

141 __________________________________________ 1936

Fewest Punts–Season

35 ___________________________________________ 1956

PENALTIES

Penalties–Game

22_ ___________________________ vs. Rice, 1977 (174 yds) 16_ ______________________ vs. Cincinnati, 2002 (102 yds) 16_ ___________________vs. Southern Miss, 2001 (118 yds) 16_ _________________________ vs. Arizona, 1999 (98 yds)

Fewest Penalties/Yards Penalized–Game

0____________ several times, last vs. San Diego State, 2007

Penalties–Season

115 _________________________________2008 (1,000 yds) 112 __________________________________ 2001 (942 yds) 108 __________________________________ 1999 (957 yds)

Fewest Penalties–Season

20 ______________________________________ 1937, 1940

Yards Penalized–Game

174_ __________________________ vs. Rice, 1977 (22 total) 157_ __________________________ vs. Rice, 1951 (13 total) 150_ ______________________ vs. Arkansas, 1975 (11 total) 142_ __________________________vs. UTEP, 2000 (13 total) 140_ _______________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 (11 total)

Yards Penalized–Season

FUMBLES

1,000____________________________ 2008 (115 penalties) 974_ ____________________________ 1977 (101 penalties) 957_ ____________________________ 1999 (108 penalties)

10_ _________________________vs. Memphis, 2002 (lost 2) 9_________________________vs. North Texas, 1986 (lost 5) 9_______________________________vs. SMU, 1964 (lost 6)

Fewest Yards Penalized–Season

Fumbles–Game

240_ _________________________________________ 1937

Fumbles–Season

43 ______________________________________ 1953, 1985

Fewest Fumbles–Season

14 ___________________________________________ 1941

Fumbles Lost–Game

6______________________________ vs. SMU, 1964 (9 total) 6_________________________ vs. Texas Tech, 1963 (7 total) 6______________________________ vs. Rice, 1950 (8 total)

Fumbles Lost–Season

28 ___________________________________________ 1953

Fewest Fumbles Lost–Season

5____________________________________________ 2004

5________________________ vs. Cincinnati, 2003 (made 5) 5________________________ vs. Cincinnati, 2002 (made 5) 5____________________________ vs. Texas, 1965 (made 4)

Field Goals Attempted–Season

34 __________________________________ 2003 (made 28) 30 __________________________________ 2002 (made 23)

Fewest Field Goals Attempted–Season

2 ____________________________________________ 1953

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Joseph Turner scored a team-high 11 of TCU’s school-record 56 touchdowns in 2008.


INDIVIDUAL RUSHING RECORDS Yards–Career

LaDainian Tomlinson (1997-00) Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total

Att. 126 144 268 369 907

Yards 538 717 1,850 2,158 5,263

Tony Jeffery (1984-87) Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 Total

Att. 165 176 122 202 665

Yards 840 695 861 1,353 3,749

Andre Davis (1992-95) Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 Total

Att. 1 189 260 186 638

Yards 1 867 1,494 820 3,182

Lonta Hobbs (2002-06) Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total

Att. 157 169 125 18 145 614

Yards 1,029 659 647 71 665 3,071

Kenneth Davis (1982-85) Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 Total

Att. 113 145 211 24 493

Yards 549 682 1,611 152 2,994

Avg. 4.3 5.0 6.9 5.8 5.8

TDs 6 8 18 22 54

Avg. 5.1 3.9 7.1 6.7 5.6

TDs 9 4 8 10 31

Avg. 1.0 4.6 5.7 4.4 5.0

TDs 0 8 7 6 21

Avg. 6.6 3.9 5.2 3.9 4.6 5.0

TDs 12 9 10 0 7 38

Avg. 4.9 4.7 7.6 6.3 6.1

TDs 5 3 16 0 24

2,783________ Basil Mitchell, 1994-98 (547 att.) 2,771_______ Robert Merrill, 2003-05 (567 att.) 2,763_______ Curtis Modkins, 1989-92 (672 att.) 2,618____________ Jim Swink, 1954-56 (413 att.) 2,596_________ Aaron Brown, 2005-08 (487 att.) 2,312_________ Mike Luttrell, 1972-74 (547 att.)

Attempts–Game

Yards–Season

Attempts–Season

Rushing Touchdowns–Game

49_ _______________ Tomlinson vs. Hawai’i, 2000 (294 yds) 43_ _________________ Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (406 yds) 42_ _____________ Tomlinson vs. Fresno St., 2000 (231 yds) 41_ __________________ Tomlinson vs. Rice, 2000 (200 yds) 40_ ____________Tomlinson vs. Arkansas St., 1999 (269 yds) 40_ ________________ Mike Luttrell vs. Rice, 1973 (137 yds) 39_ __________ Tomlinson vs. Northwestern, 2000 (243 yds) 37_ _____________ Ray McKown vs. Arkansas, 1952 (83 yds) 36_ __________ Ross Montgomery vs. Baylor, 1968 (177 yds) 36_ __________ Ross Montgomery vs. Baylor, 1967 (213 yds)

369_ _____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (2,158 yds) 268_ _____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (1,850 yds) 260_ _____________________Andre Davis, 1994 (1,494 yds) 211_ ___________________Kenneth Davis, 1984 (1,611 yds) 209_ ____________________Curtis Modkins, 1990 (893 yds) 208_ ______________________ Mike Luttrell, 1973 (865 yds) 202_ _____________________ Tony Jeffery, 1987 (1,353 yds) 201_ ___________________ Robert Merrill, 2003 (1,107 yds) 198_ _________________ Ross Montgomery, 1967 (700 yds)

Attempts–Career

907_ ___________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (5,263 yds) 672_ ________________Curtis Modkins, 1989-92 (2,763 yds) 665_ __________________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87 (3,749 yds) 636_ __________________ Andre Davis, 1992-95 (3,182 yds) 614_ _________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 (3,071 yds) 567_ _________________Robert Merrill, 2003-05 (2,771 yds) 562_ ___________________Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (1,745 yds) 547_ __________________Mike Luttrell, 1972-74 (2,312 yds) 518_ ____________ Basil Mitchell, 1994, 1996-98 (2,783 yds) 493_ ________________ Kenneth Davis, 1982-85 (2,994 yds)

Yards–Game

406^_ _______________ L. Tomlinson vs UTEP, 1999 (43 att.) 343_ _______________ Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (16 att.) 325_ __________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1994 (31 att.) 305_ ________________ L. Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 2000 (33 att.) 300_ ____________ Tomlinson vs. San Jose St., 1999 (23 att.) 294_ ______________ L. Tomlinson vs. Hawai’i, 2000 (49 att.) 287_ ____________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Memphis, 2002 (33 att.) 269_ ____________Tomlinson vs. Arkansas St., 1999 (40 att.) 247_ _________________Bobby Davis vs. UTA, 1970 (18 att.) 243_ __________ Tomlinson vs. Northwestern, 2000 (39 att.)

^NCAA Record I *Led nation

2,158*_ _____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (369 att.) 1,850*_ _____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (268 att.) 1,611____________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 (211 att.) 1,494______________________ Andre Davis, 1994 (260 att.) 1,353______________________ Tony Jeffery, 1987 (202 att.) 1,283________________________ Jim Swink, 1955 (157 att.) 1,111_____________________ Basil Mitchell, 1998 (166 att.) 1,107_____________________ Robert Merrill, 2003 (201 att.) 1,029______________________Lonta Hobbs, 2002 (157 att.) 953______________________ Basil Mitchell, 1996 (192 att.)

FROG RECORDS

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

6___________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 5_________________________Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 4_ ____________ Joseph Turner vs. San Diego State, 2007 4_____________________ Jeff Ballard vs. New Mexico, 2005 4_________________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Hawai’i, 2000 4___________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 1999 4____________________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1993 4____________________ Ross Montgomery vs. Baylor, 1967 4___________________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas, 1955 4______________________ Bobby Jack Floyd vs. Rice, 1950 4_______________________Harold McClure vs. Texas, 1936

Rushing Touchdowns–Season

22_ ________________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 18_ ________________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 18*__________________________________ Jim Swink, 1955 15_ _____________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 13_ _________________________________ Cy Leland, 1929 12_ ______________________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002 12_ _____________________________ Richard Oliver, 1932

Rushing Touchdowns–Career

54_ _____________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 38_ ____________________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 31_ ____________________________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87 28_ ______________________________ Jim Swink, 1954-56 23_ __________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1982-85 21_ ____________________________ Andre Davis, 1992-95 20_ ___________________________ Robert Merrill, 2003-05 20_ ____________________________Aaron Brown, 2005-08

100-Yard Games–Season

11_ ________________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 9_______________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 8___________________________________ Jim Swink, 1955 7__________________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 7_________________________________ Andre Davis, 1994 7________________________________ Basil Mitchell, 1998

LaDainian Tomlinson (left) passed former Frog Tony Jeffery (right) on TCU’s career rushing chart during his senior season in 2000.

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING RECORDS 100-Yard Games–Career

21_ _____________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 16_ ____________________________ Andre Davis, 1992-95 13_ ____________________________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87 13_ __________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1982-85 12_ _______________________Basil Mitchell, 1994, 1996-98 11_ ____________________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 11_ ______________________________ Jim Swink, 1954-56 10_ ___________________________ Robert Merrill, 2003-05 8______________________________ Mike Luttrell, 1972-74 7____________________________ Curtis Modkins, 1989-92 7______________________________Aaron Brown, 2005-08

200-Yard Games–Season

5__________________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 3__________________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 3_______________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984

Average Gain Per Carry–Game

21.4_______________ Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (16-343) 15.7__________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas, 1955 (15-235) 14.0____________ Tony Jeffery vs. Utah State, 1984 (13-182) 13.7_________________ Bobby Davis vs. UTA, 1970 (18-247) 13.0____ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. San Jose St., 1999 (23-300)

Average Gain Per Carry–Season

8.2*_ ______________________ Jim Swink, 1955 (157-1,283) 7.6*_ __________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 (211-1,611) 7.2*_ _________________________Cy Leland, 1929 (95-680) 7.1________________________ Tony Jeffery, 1986 (122-861)

Average Gain Per Carry–Career

6.3_____________________ Jim Swink, 1954-56 (413-2,618) 6.1__________________Kenneth Davis, 1982-85 (493-2,994) 5.8____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (907-5,263) 5.7______________________Cy Leland, 1928-30 (238-1,352)

Yards Averaged Per Game–Season

196.2*_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (11-2,158) 168.2*_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (11-1,850) 146.5___________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 (11-1,611) 135.8_____________________ Andre Davis, 1994 (11-1,494) 135.3_____________________ Tony Jeffery, 1987 (10-1,353) 128.6______________________Lonta Hobbs, 2002 (8-1,029) 128.3_______________________ Jim Swink, 1955 (10-1,283)

Yards Averaged Per Game–Career

119.6___________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (44-5,263) 93.7_ __________________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87 (40-3,749) 88.1_ ________________Kenneth Davis, 1982-85 (34-2,994) 78.7_ _________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 (39-3,071)

400-Yard Club

406^_ _______________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (43 att., 9.4 avg., 6 TD)

300-Yard Club

343_ ______________________Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (16 att., 21.4 avg., 5 TD) 325_ _________________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1994 (31 att., 10.4 avg., 2 TD) 305_ ________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 2000 (33 att., 9.2 avg., 3 TD) 300_ __________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. San Jose St., 1999 (23 att., 13.0 avg., 2 TD)

200-Yard Club

294_ ______________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Hawai’i, 2000 (49 att., 6.0 avg.) 287_ ___________________Lonta Hobbs vs. Memphis, 2002 (33 att., 8.7 avg.) 269_ ________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Arkansas State, 1999 (40 att., 6.7 avg.) 247_ ______________ Bobby Davis vs. Texas-Arlington, 1970 (18 att., 13.7 avg.) 243_ ________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Northwestern, 2000 (39 att., 6.2 avg.) 239_ _______________Kenneth Davis vs. Kansas State, 1984 (29 att., 8.2 avg.) ^NCAA record | *Led nation

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YEARLY RUSHING LEADERS Year____Player_ ___________ Yards____Att _ __Avg_ __ TD 2008___Joseph Turner_______577___ 146____ 4.0_ __ 11 2007___Joseph Turner_______597___ 115____ 5.2_ ___ 6 2006_ __Aaron Brown_________ 801___ 154____ 5.2_ ___ 9 2005_ __Robert Merrill________ 911___ 187____ 4.9_ __ 10 2004_ __Robert Merrill________ 753___ 179____ 4.2_ ___ 6 2003_ __Robert Merrill______ 1,107___ 201____ 5.5_ ___ 4 2002_ __Lonta Hobbs_______ 1,029___ 157____ 6.6_ __ 12 2001_ __Ricky Madison_ ______ 611___ 174____ 3.5_ ___ 3 2000_ __*L. Tomlinson_ _____ 2,158___ 369____ 5.8_ __ 22 1999_ __*L. Tomlinson_ _____ 1,850___ 268____ 6.9_ __ 18 1998_ __Basil Mitchell_ _____ 1,111___ 166____ 6.7_ ___ 6 1997_ __Basil Mitchell_ _______ 719___ 159____ 4.5_ ___ 3 1996_ __Basil Mitchell_ _______ 953___ 221____ 5.0_ ___ 5 1995_ __Andre Davis_ ________ 820___ 186____ 4.4 ____ 6 1994_ __Andre Davis_ ______ 1,492___ 260____ 5.7_ ___ 7 1993_ __Andre Davis_ ________ 867___ 189____ 4.6_ ___ 8 1992_ __Curtis Modkins_______ 689___ 162____ 4.3_ ___ 3 1991_ __Curtis Modkins_______ 659___ 181____ 3.6_ ___ 6 1990_ __Curtis Modkins_______ 893___ 209____ 4.3_ ___ 3 1989_ __Tommy Palmer_______ 642___ 118____ 5.4_ ___ 3 1988_ __Tony Darthard_ ______ 854___ 192____ 4.4_ ___ 5 1987_ __Tony Jeffery_ ______ 1,353___ 202____ 6.7_ __ 10 1986_ __Tony Jeffery_ ________ 861___ 122____ 7.1_ ___ 8 1985_ __Tony Jeffery_ ________ 695___ 176____ 3.9_ ___ 4 1984_ __Kenneth Davis _____ 1,611___ 211____ 7.6_ __ 16 1983_ __Kenneth Davis_ ______ 682___ 145____ 4.7_ ___ 3 1982_ __Marcus Gilbert_ ______ 849___ 166____ 5.4_ ___ 5 1981_ __Marcus Gilbert_ ______ 498___ 117____ 4.3_ ___ 4 1980_ __Marcus Gilbert_ ______ 350____ 90____ 3.9_ ___ 0 1979_ __Jimmy Allen_ ________ 498___ 147____ 3.4_ ___ 1 1978_ __Jimmy Allen_ ________ 502___ 151____ 3.3_ ___ 2 1977_ __Jimmy Allen_ ________ 445___ 125____ 3.5_ ___ 2 1976_ __Tony Accomando_____ 283____ 88____ 3.2_ ___ 4 1975_ __Ronnie Littleton______ 232____ 88____ 2.6_ ___ 1 1974_ __Mike Luttrell_________ 541___ 161____ 3.4_ ___ 2 1973_ __Mike Luttrell_________ 865___ 208____ 4.2_ ___ 5 1972_ __Mike Luttrell_________ 906___ 178____ 5.1_ ___ 9 1971_ __Bobby Davis_________ 701___ 130____ 5.4_ ___ 1 1970_ __Raymond Rhodes_____ 786___ 176____ 4.5_ ___ 2 1969_ __Marty Whelan________ 657___ 153____ 4.3_ ___ 2 1968_ __Ross Montgomery_ ___ 645___ 170____ 3.8_ ___ 7

Year____Player_ ___________ Yards____Att _ __Avg_ __ TD 1967_ __Ross Montgomery_ ___ 700___ 198____ 3.5_ ___ 3 1966_ __Ross Montgomery_ ___ 467___ 109____ 4.5_ ___ 1 1965_ __Kenny Post_ _________ 555___ 150____ 3.7_ ___ 3 1964_ __Jim Fauver___________ 789___ 154____ 5.1_ ___ 6 1963_ __Tommy Crutcher______ 473___ 108____ 4.4_ ___ 4 1962_ __Tommy Crutcher______ 533___ 106____ 5.0_ ___ 2 1961_ __Tommy Crutcher______ 577___ 148____ 3.9_ ___ 4 1960_ __R. E. Dodson_________ 276____ 70____ 3.9_ ___ 1 1959_ __Jack Spikes__________ 660___ 140____ 4.7_ ___ 4 1958_ __Jack Spikes__________ 580___ 124____ 4.7_ ___ 2 1957_ __Jim Shofner__________ 682___ 131____ 5.2_ ___ 6 1956_ __Jim Swink___________ 665___ 157____ 4.2_ ___ 5 1955_ __Jim Swink _________ 1,283___ 157____ 8.2 ___ 18 1954_ __Jim Swink___________ 670____ 99____ 6.8_ ___ 6 1953_ __Sam Morrow_________ 220____ 55____ 4.0_ ___ 3 1952_ __Mal Fowler_ _________ 376___ 116____ 3.2_ ___ 1 1951_ __Bobby Jack Floyd_____ 444___ 134____ 3.3_ ___ 8 1950_ __Gilbert Bartosh_______ 710___ 171____ 4.1_ ___ 3 1949_ __John Morton_________ 607___ 158____ 3.8_ ___ 6 1948_ __Lindy Berry__________ 783___ 190____ 4.1_ ___ 4 1947_ __Pete Stout___________ 452___ 135____ 3.4_ ___ 7 1946_ __Lindy Berry__________ 379___ 112____ 3.4_ ___ 4 1945_ __Jesse Mason_________ 302____ 70____ 4.3_ ___ 3 1944_ __Jesse Mason_________ 279____ 64____ 4.4_ ___ 4 1943_ __Jim Lucas_ __________ 398___ 118____ 3.4_ ___ 1 1942_ __Emery Nix___________ 407___ 129____ 3.2_ ___ 4 1941_ __Frank Medanich______ 245____ 78____ 3.1_ ___ 1 1940_ __Frank Kring__________ 253____ 65____ 3.9_ ___ 2 1939_ __Kyle Gillespie_ _______ 233____ 53____ 4.4_ ___ 3 1938_ __Davey O’Brien________ 462___ 127____ 3.6_ ___ 4 1937_ __Davey O’Brien________ 442___ 166____ 3.2_ ___ 6 1936_ __Glenn Roberts_ ______ 288____ 83____ 3.5_ ___ 3 1935_ __Jimmy Lawrence_____ 432____ 75____ 4.0_ ___ 7 1934_ __Taldon Manton_______ 343___ 105____ 3.3_ ___ 2 1933_ __Jimmy Lawrence_____ 431___ 107____ 4.0_ ___ 2 1932_ __Blanard Spearman____ 442____ 68____ 6.4_ ___ 4 1931_ __Blanard Spearman____ 377____ 93____ 4.1_ ___ 4 1930_ __Cy Leland_ __________ 583___ 119____ 4.9_ ___ 9 1929_ __Cy Leland_ __________ 680____ 95____ 7.2_ __ 11 1928_ __Howard Grubbs_ _____ 376____ 70____ 5.4_ ___ 4

235_ ________________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas, 1955 (15 att., 15.7 avg.) 231_ _________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Fresno State, 2000 (42 att., 5.5 avg.) 226_ __________ Joseph Turner vs. San Diego State, 2007 (33 att., 6.8 avg.) 221_ ________________________Andre Davis vs. Rice, 1994 (30 att., 7.3 avg.) 220_ ______________________ Basil Mitchell vs UNLV, 1998 (26 att., 8.5 avg.) 219_ _______________ Kenneth Davis vs. North Texas, 1984 (16 att., 13.7 avg.) 215_ ______________________ Basil Mitchell vs. Tulsa, 1996 (23 att., 9.3 avg.) 213_ _________________ Ross Montgomery vs. Baylor, 1967 (36 att., 5.9 avg.) 207_ ________________________Tony Jeffery vs. BYU, 1987 (19 att., 10.9 avg.) 204_ __________________ Robert Merrill vs. Houston, 2003 (22 att., 9.3 avg.) 203_ ________________ Kenneth Davis vs. Texas Tech, 1984 (29 att., 7.0 avg.) 200_ ________________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Rice, 2000 (41 att., 4.9 avg.)

179_ ____________________Andre Davis vs. SMU, 1994 (25) 178_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 1999 (16) 178_ ___________________ Kevin Haney vs. Tulsa, 1979 (22) 177_ ______________ Tommy Palmer vs. Air Force, 1989 (22) 177_ _____________ Ross Montgomery vs. Baylor, 1968 (36) 176_ __________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Nevada, 2000 (24) 174_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. SMU, 2000 (26) 174_ _______________ Andre Davis vs. Iowa State, 1995 (29) 174_ __________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Baylor, 1987 (19) 174_ _________________ Gilbert Bartosh vs. Rice, 1950 (24) 173_ ________________ Kenneth Davis vs. Baylor, 1984 (20) 173_ ___________ Cy Leland vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 (15) 170_ ___________ Robert Merrill vs. San Diego St., 2005 (29) 170_ __________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Arizona, 1999 (28) 170_ ____________ James Hodges vs. Texas A&M, 1970 (34) 167_ _____________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1993 (31) 167_ ____________ Bobby Davis vs. Oklahoma St., 1971 (19) 166_ __________ Aaron Brown vs. Colorado State, 2006 (14) 166_ ________________ Andre Davis vs. Houston, 1995 (28) 166_ ___________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Texas, 1987 (28) 166_ _________________ Jim Fauver vs. Clemson, 1974 (17) 166_ _____________ Steve Landon vs. Texas Tech, 1965 (15) 165_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 1998 (27) 164_ ______________Norm Bulaich vs. Texas Tech, 1966 (27) 163_ ___________________Aaron Brown vs. Utah, 2005 (17) 163_ ___________________ Steve Judy vs. Baylor, 1969 (16) 161_ _____________Marcus Gilbert vs. Texas Tech, 1982 (28) 160_ __________________ Andre Davis vs. Tulane, 1993 (27) 158_ ____________ Lonta Hobbs vs. East Carolina, 2002 (22) 158_ ____________________ Jim Swink vs. Baylor, 1955 (14) 156_ ______________Ricky Madison vs. Louisville, 2001 (31) 155_ ______ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. San Jose St., 2000 (32) 155_ __________ Raymond Rhodes vs. Texas Tech, 1970 (22) 155_ ________________Bobby Jack Floyd vs. Rice, 1950 (16) 154_ _____________Tony Darthard vs. Texas A&M, 1987 (26) 154_ _____________Kenneth Davis vs. Texas A&M, 1983 (18)

100-Yard Club (ATTEMPTS)

199_ ______________Corey Connally vs. Houston, 2001 (30) 197_ ____________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Rice, 1987 (34) 195_ _____________ C. Modkins vs. Oklahoma St., 1990 (31) 194_ ________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Houston, 1987 (28) 186_ ________________ Basil Mitchell vs. Iowa St., 1998 (21) 185_ ___________________ Basil Mitchell vs. USC, 1998 (19) 182_ _______________ Tony Jeffery vs. Utah State, 1984 (13) 181_ __________________ Tony Darthard vs. Rice, 1987 (14) 180_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 1997 (27) 180_ ______________ Mike Luttrell vs. Texas Tech, 1972 (32)

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING RECORDS

Andre Davis, third on TCU’s career rushing chart, totaled 15 games with at least 100 yards on the ground as a Frog. 154_ __________________ Norm Bulaich vs. Iowa, 1968 (20) 152_ ________________ Kenneth Davis vs. Tulane, 1985 (24) 152_ _______________ Ronald Clinkscale vs. SMU, 1952 (25) 151_ ________________ Corey Connally vs. Army, 2001 (31) 151_ __________________ Basil Mitchell vs. UNLV, 1996 (21) 150_ ________________ Andre Davis vs. Houston, 1994 (26) 149_ __________ Robert Merrill vs. Southern Miss, 2004 (24) 149_ ___________Blanard Spearman vs. Arkansas, 1932 (12) 148_ ________________Robert Merrill vs. Arizona, 2003 (31) 147_ ___________ Anthony Gulley vs. North Texas, 1985 (22) 147_ _____________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas, 1954 (11) 146_ _______________ Stephan Howland vs. Rice, 1985 (17) 145_ _____________ Kenneth Davis vs. Utah State, 1984 (13) 144_ ____________________ Andre Davis vs. Rice, 1995 (34) 144_ ________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas A&M, 1954 (13) 143_ _________________Robert Merrill vs. Tulane, 2004 (34) 142_ ___________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Northwestern, 2004 (23) 142_ ______________ Tony Jeffery vs. North Texas, 1987 (22) 142_ ______________ Tony Jeffery vs. North Texas, 1986 (24) 141_ ___________________ Andre Davis vs. Texas, 1995 (35) 141_ _____________Kenneth Davis vs. Texas A&M, 1984 (21) 140_ ______ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Arkansas St., 2000 (23) 140_ _________________ Mike Luttrell vs. Indiana, 1972 (19) 139_ __________________ Jim Swink vs. Alabama, 1955 (18) 139_ ___________________ John Morton vs. Rice, 1949 (26) 138_ ______________ Andre Davis vs. Texas A&M, 1993 (22) 137_ _______________ Robert Merrill vs. Houston, 2004 (30) 137_ ______________Ricky Madison vs. Louisville, 2002 (23) 137_ ____________________Mike Luttrell vs. Rice, 1973 (40) 137_ ______________ Mike Luttrell vs. Texas A&M, 1972 (19) 137_ ____________________ Jim Swink vs. Kansas, 1955 (8) 136_ ___________ Curtis Modkins vs. New Mexico, 1992 (16) 136_ ________________Steve Judy vs. Texas A&M, 1970 (21) 135_ __________________ Andre Davis vs. Baylor, 1994 (24) 135_ ______________ David Rascoe vs. Kansas St., 1986 (20) 135_ ______________ Ray McKown vs. Texas A&M, 1952 (14) 134_ _____________ Marty Whelan vs. Texas A&M, 1969 (17) 134_ _________________Jim Swink vs. Texas Tech, 1955 (19) 133_ _____________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Rice, 1999 (19) 133_ __________________ Mike Luttrell vs. Baylor, 1973 (25) 132_ __________ Robert Merrill vs. Southern Miss, 2003 (16) 132_ __________________ Marty Whelan vs. Rice, 1969 (20) 131_ ____________Tony Darthard vs. Boston Coll., 1988 (22) 131_ _____Marcus Jackson vs. San Diego State, 2008 (27) 131_ _________ Tony Darthard vs. Bowling Green, 1988 (16)

131_ ______________ Kenneth Davis vs. Houston, 1984 (22) 131_ _____________________ Jim Swink vs. SMU, 1955 (18) 131_ _____________ Gil Bartosh vs. Oklahoma St., 1950 (20) 130_ __________________ Jack Spikes vs. Kansas, 1959 (23) 130_ ________________ Kenneth Davis vs. Baylor, 1982 (18) 130_ ___________________ Norm Bulaich vs. Rice, 1969 (21) 129_ ____________ Aaron Brown vs. New Mexico, 2005 (14) 127_ _______________ Basil Mitchell vs Wyoming, 1998 (18) 126_ ________________ Bobby Davis vs. Houston, 1985 (19) 126_ ____________________ Jimmy Allen vs. Rice, 1977 (19) 125_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. SMU, 1999 (32) 125_ ______________ Basil Mitchell vs Vanderbilt, 1998 (24) 125_ __________________ Kenneth Davis vs. Rice, 1984 (18) 125_ ____________________ Bobby Davis vs. UTA, 1971 (28) 125_ ________________ Tommy Crutcher vs. SMU, 1962 (18) 124_ __________ Aaron Brown vs. Colorado State, 2007 (22) 124_ _________________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Tulane, 2002 (23) 124_ _____ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. East Carolina, 1999 (36) 124_ ________________ Andre Davis vs. Houston, 1993 (22) 124_ ______________ Ken Wineburg vs. Alabama, 1956 (18) 124_ ____________________ Jim Swink vs. Miami, 1955 (14) 123_ ______________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Texas Tech, 2004 (19) 123_ ___________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Southern Miss, 2002 (15) 122_ _________________Scott Ankrom vs. Tulane, 1985 (21) 122_ ___________________ Mike Luttrell vs. Tulsa, 1972 (18) 122_ _____________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas, 1956 (18) 122_ _____________ Ken Wineburg vs. Texas Tech, 1956 (23) 121_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Navy, 2000 (33) 121_ _____________ Curtis Modkins vs. Arkansas, 1990 (23) 121_ ___________ Tommy Crutcher vs. Texas Tech, 1963 (20) 121_ ___________ Cy Leland vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1929 (21) 120_ _________ Tommy Palmer vs. Southern Miss, 1989 (21) 120_ ____________ Marcus Gilbert vs. Texas A&M, 1982 (17) 119_ _____________ Robert Merrill vs. Vanderbilt, 2003 (29) 119_ ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 2000 (27) 119_ ______________ Andre Davis vs. Texas A&M, 1994 (33) 118_ ____ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Southern Miss, 2000 (28) 118_ ____________________ Emery Nix vs. UCLA, 1942 (14) 117_ ______________Lonta Hobbs vs. Boise State, 2003 (23) 117_ ______________ Connie Sparks vs. Arkansas, 1938 (22) 116_ _________________ Ricky Madison vs. Army, 2002 (19) 116_ _________________ Curtis Modkins vs. SMU, 1989 (18) 116_ _______________ Marcus Gilbert vs. Auburn, 1981 (16) 116_ ______________ Raymond Rhodes vs. Texas, 1970 (16) 115_ ________________ Marcus Jackson at SMU, 2008 (7)

115_ ______________Joseph Turner vs. New Mexico (115) 115_ ________________ Ricky Madison vs. Tulane, 2003 (23) 115_ ______________ Tony Darthard vs. Houston, 1988 (24) 115_ ________________ Kent Marshall vs. Indiana, 1972 (24) 115_ ___________ Bobby Jack Floyd vs. Kentucky, 1952 (14) 115_ ____________________ James Lucas vs. Rice, 1943 (18) 113_ ________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Fresno St., 1998 (20) 113_ ___________________ Larry Harris vs. Baylor, 1971 (17) 112_ ___________________ Basil Mitchell vs. Rice, 1997 (20) 112_ _________________ Scott Ankrom vs. Baylor, 1988 (17) 112_ _____________ Tony Jeffery vs. Kansas State, 1984 (17) 112_ _________________Jim Swink vs. Texas Tech, 1956 (19) 111_ ___________ Ricky Madison vs. Colorado St., 2002 (19) 111_ __________________John Williams vs. UNLV, 1996 (11) 111_ ____________________ Jimmy Allen vs. Rice, 1979 (23) 111_ _________________Cy Leland vs. Texas Tech, 1929 (19) 110_ ___________ Brandon Hassell vs. Boise State, 2003 (19) 110_ ______________ Curtis Modkins vs. Houston, 1992 (20) 110_ ____________________Tony Jeffery vs. SMU, 1986 (17) 110_ _____________ Bobby Davis vs. Kansas State, 1986 (7) 110_ __________________ Marcus Gilbert vs. Rice, 1982 (25) 110_ ____________ Craig Richardson vs. Arkansas, 1979 (20) 110_ __________________Larry Bulaich vs. Baylor, 1964 (25) 110_ _________________Jack Spikes vs. Arkansas, 1958 (23) 109_ _________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 (18) 109_ _____________ Robert Merrill vs. Iowa State, 2005 (11) 109_ ________________ Jim Shofner vs. Alabama, 1957 (18) 109_ __________________ Davey O’Brien vs. Rice, 1938 (11) 109_ ____________________Hal McClure vs. SMU, 1936 (17) 109_ ________________ Cy Leland vs. Texas A&M, 1929 (22) 108_ _________________Tommy Palmer vs. Texas, 1989 (19) 108 __________________ Jack Spikes vs. Air Force, 1959 (17) 108_ _________________ Henry Crowsey vs. Rice, 1954 (12) 107_ _______________ Andre Davis vs. Texas Tech, 1994 (23) 107_ ______________ Cedric Jackson vs. Missouri, 1989 (20) 107_ _________ Scott Ankrom vs. Boston College, 1987 (15) 107_ _______________Tony Jeffery vs. Texas A&M, 1985 (21) 107_ _________________Ronnie Littleton vs. Rice, 1973 (21) 107_ _____________________Larry Harris vs. UTA, 1970 (15) 107_ ____________________ Buddy Dike vs. Rice, 1956 (20) 107_ ________________ Jim Swink vs. Mississippi, 1956 (19) 107_ ________________James Lucas vs. Arkansas, 1943 (18) 106_ ___________________ Aaron Brown at Utah, 2008 (15) 106_ __________________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Army, 2004 (18) 106_ _______________ Lonta Hobbs vs. Louisville, 2002 (22) 106_ ___________ Curtis Modkins vs. W. Michigan, 1992 (22) 106_ __________Scott Ankrom vs. Bowling Green, 1988 (15) 106_ ________________Kenneth Davis vs. Kansas, 1983 (23) 106_ ________________ Marcus Gilbert vs. Baylor, 1982 (17) 106_ __________________ Jim Shofner vs. Kansas, 1957 (17) 105_ __________________ Aaron Brown vs. UNLV, 2005 (18) 105_ ________________ John Williams vs. Kansas, 1996 (15) 105_ _____________Tony Darthard vs. Texas A&M, 1988 (29) 105_ ___________________ David Rascoe vs. BYU, 1987 (23) 105_ ________________ Buddy Dike vs. Alabama, 1956 (24) 105_ ______________ James Lucas vs. Okla. State, 1943 (20) 105_ ___________ Buster Brannon vs. Austin Coll., 1932 (22) 104_ __________________ Basil Mitchell vs. UNLV, 1997 (20) 104_ ____________________Mike Luttrell vs. Rice, 1972 (24) 103_ __________________ Andre Davis vs. Baylor, 1993 (24) 103_ ____________________Pete Stout vs. Miami, 1947 (27) 103_ ________________ Howard Grubbs vs. SMU, 1929 (13) 102_ _____________ Aaron Brown vs. Boise State, 2008 (14) 102_ ________________Lonta Hobbs vs. Houston, 2003 (22) 102_ ____________ Basil Mitchell vs. Colorado St., 1998 (14) 102_ ___________Scott Bednarski vs. Boston Coll., 1988 (13) 102_ _______________Roscoe Tatum vs. Houston, 1986 (16) 102_ _________________ Kenneth Davis vs. Texas, 1984 (16) 102_ ____________ Marvin Lasater vs. Pittsburgh, 1959 (23) 101_ ________________ Tony Darthard vs. Baylor, 1987 (14) 101_ _____________ Marty Whelan vs. Texas Tech, 1969 (18) 101_ __________Beecher Montgomery vs. Kansas, 1942 (17) 101_ ___________ Howard Grubbs vs. Texas A&M, 1929 (26) 100_ __________________Robert Merrill vs. Army, 2003 (15) 100_ ___________________ Basil Mitchell vs. Rice, 1998 (18) 100_ ___________________Basil Mitchell vs. SMU, 1996 (26) 100_ ____________ Curtis Modkins vs. Texas Tech, 1989 (23) 100_ ________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Houston, 1985 (23) 100_ ________________Billy Sadler vs. Texas Tech, 1972 (19) 100_ ____________________ Red Oliver vs. Texas, 1932 (23) 100_ ____________Howard Grubbs vs. Texas Tech, 1929 (21)

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INDIVIDUAL PASSING RECORDS Yards–Career Max Knake (1992-95)

Year 1992 1993 1994 1995 Total

Att. 73 357 316 369 1115

Comp. 32 207 184 199 622

Steve Stamp (1978-81)

Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 Total

Att. 55 137 247 235 674

Comp. 29 64 127 130 350

Andy Dalton (2007-PRESENT)

Year 2007 2008 Total

Att. 371 307 678

Comp. 222 182 404

Casey Printers (1999-2001)

Year 1999 2000 2001 Total

Att. 150 176 252 578

Comp. 86 102 136 324

Jeff Ballard (2003-06)

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 Total

Att. 0 1 232 307 540

Comp. 0 1 139 190 330

Leon Clay (1989-92)

Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 Total

Att. 60 253 56 287 656

Comp. 31 119 33 143 326

Attempts­­–Game (completions/yards) Pct. 43.8 58.0 58.2 53.9 55.8

Yds. 379 2,130 2,624 2,237 7,370

TDs 3 12 24 10 49

Pct. 52.7 46.7 51.4 53.5 52.0

Yds. 503 777 1,830 2,013 5,123

TDs 4 2 14 14 34

Pct. 59.8 59.3 59.6

Yds. 2,459 2,242 4,701

TDs 10 11 21

Pct. 57.3 58.0 54.0 56.1

Yds. 1,213 1,584 1,824 4,621

TDs 8 16 13 37

Pct. 00.0 100.0 59.9 61.9 61.1

Yds. 0 9 1,801 2,394 4,204

TDs 0 1 13 13 27

Pct. 51.7 53.4 58.9 49.8 50.1

Yds. 445 1,565 427 1,526 3,963

TDs 3 16 6 8 33

3,886______________Steve Judy, 1969-71 (317-679) 3,763_______ Brandon Hassell, 2003-04 (259-457) 3,696__________ David Rascoe, 1985-88 (306-655) 3,384_____________ Sam Baugh, 1934-36 (270-587) 3,256____________ Steve Bayuk, 1975-78 (284-593)

79_ ______________ Matt Vogler vs. Houston, 1990 (44/690) 72_ ____________ Matt Vogler vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (36/419) 59_ _______________ Max Knake vs. Okla. St., 1993 (29/296) 57_ ________________ Max Knake vs. Kansas, 1995 (32/391) 53_ _______________ Steve Stamp vs. Baylor, 1980 (28/408) 51_ _________________Matt Vogler vs. Texas, 1990 (20/208) 50_ ________________Casey Printers vs. ECU, 2001 (24/319) 49_ __________________ Jeff Ballard vs. BYU, 2006 (26/296) 49_ __________________ Max Knake vs. SMU, 1993 (33/288) 47_ _________________ Max Knake vs. Texas, 1994 (22/284) 47_ __________________Tim Schade vs. Rice, 1991 (30/347) 47_ ______________ Davey O’Brien vs. Baylor, 1937 (21/202)

Attempts–Season (completions/yards)

371_ __________________ Andy Dalton, 2007 (222/2,459) 369_ _____________________ Max Knake, 1995 (199/2,237) 357_ _____________________ Max Knake, 1993 (207/2,130) 316_ _____________________ Max Knake, 1994 (184/2,624) 307_ __________________ Andy Dalton, 2008 (182/2,242) 307_ _____________________ Jeff Ballard, 2006 (190/2,394) 287_ ______________________ Leon Clay, 1992 (143/1,526) 285_ _______________________ Ron Jiles, 1989 (145/1,763) 283_ _____________________ Steve Judy, 1969 (144/1,677) 281_ _____________________Matt Vogler, 1990 (136/1,646) 252_ ___________________Casey Printers, 2001 (136/1,824) 250_ ____________________ Steve Bayuk, 1977 (114/1,474)

Completions–Season (attempts/yards)

222_ __________________ Andy Dalton, 2007 (371/2,459) 207_ _____________________ Max Knake, 1993 (357/2,130) 199_ _____________________ Max Knake, 1995 (369/2,237) 190_ _____________________ Jeff Ballard, 2006 (307/2,394) 184_ _____________________ Max Knake, 1994 (316/2,624) 182_ __________________ Andy Dalton, 2008 (307/2,242) 145_ _______________________ Ron Jiles, 1989 (286/1,763) 144_ _____________________ Steve Judy, 1969 (283/1,677) 143_ ______________________ Leon Clay, 1992 (287/1,526) 139_ _____________________ Jeff Ballard, 2005 (232/1,801) 136_ _________________ Brandon Hassell, 2003 (240/2,039) 136_ ___________________Casey Printers, 2001 (578/1,824) 136_ _____________________Matt Vogler, 1990 (281/1,646)

Completions–Career (attempts/yards)

622_ _________________ Max Knake, 1992-95 (1,115/7,370) 404_ __________ Andy Dalton, 2007-Present (678/4,701) 350_ _________________ Steve Stamp, 1978-81 (674/5,123) 330_ __________________ Jeff Ballard, 2003-06 (540/4,204) 326_ ____________________Leon Clay, 1989-92 (626/3,963) 324_ ________________ Casey Printers, 1999-01 (578/4,621) 317_ ___________________Steve Judy, 1969-71 (669/3,886) 306_ ________________ David Rascoe, 1985-88 (655/3,696) 284_ _________________ Steve Bayuk, 1975-78 (593/3,256)

Completion Pct.–Game (min. 15 att.)

1,115__________________ Max Knake, 1992-95 (423/7,370) 678___________ Andy Dalton, 2007-Present (404/4,701) 674__________________ Steve Stamp, 1978-81 (350/5,123) 669____________________Steve Judy, 1969-71 (317/3,886) 655_________________ David Rascoe, 1985-88 (306/3,696) 626_____________________Leon Clay, 1989-92 (326/3,963) 593__________________ Steve Bayuk, 1975-78 (284/3,256) 587___________________ Sam Baugh, 1934-36 (270/3,384) 578_________________ Casey Printers, 1999-01 (324/4,621)

87.0__________________ Jeff Ballard vs. SDSU, 2006 (20-23) 86.7___________________ Max Knake vs. Rice, 1984 (13-15) 82.4________________ Casey Printers vs. Navy, 2000 (14-17) 80.8_______________ Jeff Ballard vs. Air Force, 2006 (21-26) 80.0___________________ Tye Gunn vs. Army, 2002 (12-15) 78.3_______________ Jeff Ballard vs. UC Davis, 2006 (18-23) 77.8____________Andy Dalton vs. Air Force, 2008 (21-27) 77.3_______________Brandon Hassell vs. SMU, 2004 (17-22) 77.3__________________ Steve Stamp vs. UTA, 1981 (17-22) 76.5________________Chuck Curtis vs. Kansas, 1956 (13-17) 75.9__________________ Jeff Ballard vs. Army, 2005 (22-29)

Completions–Game (attempts/yards)

Completion Percentage–Season

Attempts–Career (completions/yards)

44_ ______________ Matt Vogler vs. Houston, 1990 (79/690) 36_ ____________ Matt Vogler vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (72/419) 33_ __________________ Max Knake vs. SMU, 1993 (49/288) 32_ ________________ Max Knake vs. Kansas, 1995 (57/391) 30_ __________________Tim Schade vs. Rice, 1991 (47/347) 29_ ___________Andy Dalton vs. Air Force, 2007 (45/320) 29_ _______________ Max Knake vs. Okla. St., 1993 (59/296) 28_ _______________ Steve Stamp vs. Baylor, 1980 (53/408) 26_ __________________ Jeff Ballard vs. BYU, 2006 (49/296)

61.9________________________Jeff Ballard, 2006 (190-307) 60.1_______________________ Tim Schade, 1991 (101-168) 59.9________________________Jeff Ballard, 2005 (139-232) 59.8____________________ Andy Dalton, 2007 (222-371) 59.8__________________________ Tye Gunn, 2003 (61-102) 59.3____________________ Andy Dalton, 2008 (182-307) 58.4________________________ Jeff Dover, 1996 (129-221) 58.2________________________Max Knake, 1994 (184-316) 58.0________________________Max Knake, 1993 (207-357) 58.0_____________________ Casey Printers, 2000 (102-176) 57.3______________________ Casey Printers, 1999 (86-150) 56.7___________________ Brandon Hassell, 2004 (123-217) 56.7___________________ Brandon Hassell, 2003 (136-240)

Completion Percentage–Career

61.1_____________________ Jeff Ballard, 2003-06 (330-540) 59.6_____________ Andy Dalton, 2007-current (404-678) 57.9_____________________Sean Stilley, 1999-02 (168-290) 56.7_________________Brandon Hassell, 2003-04 (259-457) 56.1__________________ Casey Printers, 1999-01 (324-578) 55.8____________________Max Knake, 1992-95 (622-1,115) 55.0______________________ Tye Gunn, 2002-05 (253-460) 52.6______________________ Jeff Dover, 1996-99 (253-481) 52.4_________________ Anthony Gulley, 1982-84 (109-208) 51.9____________________Steve Stamp, 1978-81 (350-674)

Lowest Interception Percentage–Season

1.4______________________ Brandon Hassell, 2004 (3-217) 1.6________________________Andy Dalton, 2008 (5-307) 1.6___________________________Jeff Ballard, 2006 (5-307) 2.2 ___________________________Max Knake, 1994 (7-316) 2.3____________________________ Tye Gunn, 2004 (3-131) 2.4 ________________________ Davey O’Brien, 1938 (4-166)

LOWEST Interception Percentage–Career

Andy Dalton set single-season TCU records for passing attempts and completions as a redshirt freshman in 2007.

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2.2_______________________ Jeff Ballard, 2003-06 (12-540) 2.3_______________ Andy Dalton, 2007-Present (16-678) 2.4___________________Brandon Hassell, 2003-04 (11-457) 2.6________________________ Tye Gunn, 2002-05 (12-460) 3.2 _______________________ Max Knake, 1992-95 (24-746) 3.5 ________________________ Jeff Dover, 1996-91 (17-481)


INDIVIDUAL PASSING RECORDS Passing Yards–Game

690_ ______________ Matt Vogler vs. Houston, 1990 (44-79) 419_ ____________ Matt Vogler vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (36-72) 408_ _______________ Steve Stamp vs. Baylor, 1980 (28-53) 399_ _________________ Steve Stamp vs. Rice, 1981 (24-43) 391_ ________________ Max Knake vs. Kansas, 1995 (32-57)

Passing Yards–Season

2,624_______________________Max Knake, 1994 (184-316) 2,459___________________ Andy Dalton, 2007 (222-371) 2,394_______________________Jeff Ballard, 2006 (190-307) 2,242___________________ Andy Dalton, 2008 (182-307) 2,237_______________________Max Knake, 1995 (199-369) 2,130_______________________Max Knake, 1993 (207-357) 2,039__________________ Brandon Hassell, 2003 (136-240) 2,013_____________________ Steve Stamp, 1981 (130-235) 1,830_____________________ Steve Stamp, 1980 (127-247) 1,824____________________ Casey Printers, 2001 (136-252) 1,801_______________________Jeff Ballard, 2005 (139-232) 1,763_________________________Ron Jiles, 1989 (145-285)

Touchdown Passes–Game

5__________________ Jeff Ballard vs. San Diego State, 2006 5 _______________________ Matt Vogler vs. Houston, 1990 5 __________________________ Steve Stamp vs. UTA, 1981

Touchdown Passes–Season

24 _________________________________ Max Knake, 1994 19 ______________________________ Davey O’Brien, 1938 18 _________________________________Sam Baugh, 1935 16 ______________________________ Casey Printers, 2000 16 __________________________________ Leon Clay, 1990 14 _______________________ Steve Stamp, 1980 and 1981 14 ________________________________ Steve Bayuk, 1977 13_ ________________________________ Jeff Ballard, 2006 13_ ________________________________ Jeff Ballard, 2005

Touchdown Passes–Career

49 ______________________________ Max Knake, 1992-95 40 ______________________________ Sam Baugh, 1934-36 37 ____________________________ Casey Printers, 1999-01 34 _____________________________ Steve Stamp, 1978-81 33 _______________________________ Leon Clay, 1989-92

Passes Had Intercepted–Game

YEARLY PASSING LEADERS Year Player Yards Att Comp Pct. TD 2008__ Andy Dalton______2,242___ 307____182_ _ 59.3_ _ 11 2007__ Andy Dalton______2,459___ 371____222_ _ 59.8_ _ 10 2006_ _ Jeff Ballard________ 2,394___ 307____ 190_ _ 61.9_ _ 13 2005_ _ Jeff Ballard________ 1,801___ 232____ 139_ _ 59.9_ _ 13 2004_ _ Brandon Hassell____ 1,724___ 217____ 123_ _ 56.7_ _ 10 2003_ _ Brandon Hassell____ 2,039___ 240____ 136_ _ 56.7_ _ 10 2002_ _ Sean Stilley_ ______ 1,371___ 204____ 114_ _ 55.9_ __ 6 2001_ _ Casey Printers_ ____ 1,824___ 252____ 136_ _ 54.0_ _ 13 2000_ _ Casey Printers_ ____ 1,584___ 176____ 102_ _ 58.0_ _ 16 1999_ _ Casey Printers_ ____ 1,213___ 150_____ 86_ _ 57.3_ __ 8 1998_ _ Pat. Batteaux_______ 519___ 114_____ 55_ _ 48.2_ __ 1 1997_ _ Jeff Dover_________ 1,063___ 199_____ 97_ _ 48.7_ __ 5 1996_ _ Jeff Dover_________ 1,456___ 221____ 129_ _ 58.4_ __ 9 1995_ _ Max Knake________ 2,237___ 369____ 199_ _ 53.9_ _ 10 1994_ _ Max Knake________ 2,624___ 316____ 184_ _ 58.2_ _ 24 1993_ _ Max Knake________ 2,130___ 357____ 207_ _ 58.0_ _ 12 1992_ _ Leon Clay_________ 1,526___ 287____ 143_ _ 49.8_ __ 8 1991_ _ Tim Schade_ ______ 1,253___ 168____ 101_ _ 60.1_ __ 5 1990_ _ Matt Vogler_ ______ 1,646___ 261____ 136_ _ 48.4_ __ 7 1989_ _ Ron Jiles__________ 1,763___ 286____ 145_ _ 50.9_ __ 9 1988_ _ David Rascoe_______ 660___ 137_____ 58_ _ 42.3_ __ 3 1987_ _ David Rascoe______ 1,110___ 173_____ 88_ _ 50.9_ __ 9 1986_ _ David Rascoe_______ 985___ 180_____ 89_ _ 49.4_ __ 6 1985_ _ David Rascoe_______ 941___ 165_____ 71_ _ 43.0_ __ 5 1984_ _ Anth. Gulley_______ 1,022___ 131_____ 71_ _ 54.2_ __ 6 1983_ _ Anth. Sciaraffa_____ 1,423___ 183_____ 95_ _ 51.9_ __ 3 1982_ _ Rueben Jones_ ____ 1,036___ 136_____ 65_ _ 47.8_ __ 2 1981_ _ Steve Stamp______ 2,013___ 235____ 130_ _ 55.3_ _ 14 1980_ _ Steve Stamp______ 1,830___ 247____ 127_ _ 51.4_ _ 14 1979_ _ Steve Stamp_______ 777___ 137_____ 64_ _ 46.7_ __ 2 1978_ _ Steve Bayuk_______ 1,118___ 241____ 114_ _ 47.3_ __ 4 1977_ _ Steve Bayuk_______ 1,474___ 250____ 114_ _ 45.6_ _ 14 1976_ _ Jimmy Elzner______ 1,354___ 233____ 100_ _ 42.9_ __ 5 1975_ _ Lee Cook_ ________ 1,307___ 226____ 105_ _ 46.5_ __ 5 1974_ _ Lee Cook_ ________ 1,191___ 237____ 106_ _ 44.7_ __ 5 1973_ _ Kent Marshall_______ 575___ 110_____ 47_ _ 42.7_ __ 2 1972_ _ Terry Drennan______ 310____ 47_____ 26_ _ 55.3_ __ 3 1971_ _ Steve Judy_________ 882___ 139_____ 60_ _ 43.2_ __ 6 1970_ _ Steve Judy________ 1,327___ 247____ 113_ _ 45.7_ _ 10 1969_ _ Steve Judy________ 1,677___ 283____ 144_ _ 50.9_ _ 12 1968_ _ Ted Fay____________ 978___ 144_____ 70_ _ 48.6_ __ 3

Year Player Yards Att Comp 1967_ _ P.D. Shabay________ 689____ 99_____ 50_ _ 1966_ _ Rick Bridges________ 520____ 86_____ 42_ _ 1965_ _ Kent Nix___________ 634___ 106_____ 50_ _ 1964_ _ Kent Nix___________ 624___ 117_____ 51_ _ 1963_ _ Gray Mills__________ 526____ 93_____ 45_ _ 1962_ _ Sonny Gibbs_ _____ 1,013___ 169_____ 89_ _ 1961_ _ Sonny Gibbs_ ______ 999___ 137_____ 71_ _ 1960_ _ Sonny Gibbs_ ______ 473___ 111_____ 47_ _ 1959_ _ Donald George_ ____ 315____ 62_____ 24_ _ 1958_ _ Hunter Enis_ _______ 585___ 103_____ 51_ _ 1957_ _ Dick Finney_ _______ 230____ 37_____ 14_ _ 1956_ _ Chuck Curtis_ ______ 867___ 119_____ 53_ _ 1955_ _ Chuck Curtis_ ______ 608____ 68_____ 36_ _ 1954_ _ Ron Clinkscale______ 341____ 57_____ 21_ _ 1953_ _ Ray McKown_ ______ 564____ 91_____ 36_ _ 1952_ _ Ray McKown_ ______ 895___ 146_____ 74_ _ 1951_ _ Ray McKown_ ______ 860___ 120_____ 61_ _ 1950_ _ Gil Bartosh________ 1,023___ 150_____ 77_ _ 1949_ _ Lindy Berry_ ______ 1,445__ 220 _ __ 106_ _ 1948_ _ Lindy Berry_ _______ 706___ 134_____ 61_ _ 1947_ _ Lindy Berry_ _______ 429____ 67_____ 31_ _ 1946_ _ Leon Joslin_________ 149 ___ 23______ 8_ _ 1945_ _ Leon Joslin_________ 954___ 143_____ 69_ _ 1944_ _ Joe Kucera_________ 316____ 47_____ 29_ _ 1943_ _ Jim Lucas__________ 608___ 133_____ 45_ _ 1942_ _ Emery Nix_ ________ 674___ 154_____ 66_ _ 1941_ _ Emery Nix_ ________ 620____ 84_____ 31_ _ 1940_ _ Kyle Gillespie_______ 319____ 77_____ 29_ _ 1939_ _ Glenn Cowart_ _____ 683___ 106_____ 52_ _ 1938_ _ Davey O’Brien_ ____ 1,457___ 166_____ 93_ _ 1937_ _ Davey O’Brien_ _____ 947___ 237_____ 96_ _ 1936_ _ *Sam Baugh_______ 1,196___ 206____ 104_ _ 1935_ _ *Sam Baugh_______ 1,241___ 210_____ 97_ _ 1934_ _ Sam Baugh_ _______ 883___ 171_____ 69_ _ 1933_ _ John Kitchen_______ 304____ 40_____ 17_ _ 1932_ _ Hubert Dennis______ 432____ 39_____ 20_ _ 1931_ _ Grassy Hinton_ _____ 206____ 17_____ 13_ _ 1930_ _ Vance Woolwin_ ____ 308____ 71_____ 22_ _ 1929_ _ Howard Grubbs_____ 836___ 107_____ 51_ _ 1928_ _ Howard Grubbs_____ 509____ 85_____ 28_ _

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Pct. TD 50.5_ __ 4 48.9_ __ 1 47.2_ __ 3 43.6_ __ 5 48.4_ __ 4 52.7_ __ 7 51.8_ __ 8 42.3_ __ 3 38.7_ __ 1 49.5_ __ 3 37.8_ __ 0 44.5_ __ 4 52.9_ __ 3 36.8_ __ 2 39.6_ __ 2 50.7_ __ 5 50.8_ __ 6 51.3_ __ 8 48.2_ __ 7 45.5_ __ 2 46.3_ __ 1 34.8_ __ 0 48.3_ __ 3 61.7_ __ 1 33.8_ __ 2 42.9_ __ 4 36.9_ __ 3 37.7_ __ 1 49.1_ __ 2 56.0_ _ 19 40.5_ __ 5 50.5_ _ 12 46.2_ 18 40.4_ _ 10 42.5_ __ 1 51.3_ __ 2 76.5_ __ 3 31.0_ __ 2 47.7_ __ 5 32.9_ __ 1

FROG RECORDS

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7 ____________________ Ricky Bridges vs. Texas A&M, 1966 6 ____________________________Steve Judy vs. Rice, 1970 6 __________________________Lindy Berry vs. Baylor, 1949 6 ______________________Sam Baugh vs. Texas A&M, 1936

Passes Had Intercepted–Season

23 _________________________________Lindy Berry, 1949 20 _________________________________Sam Baugh, 1936 19 ___________________________ Jimmy Dan Elzner, 1976 19 ________________________________ Steve Bayuk, 1978

Passes Had Intercepted–Career

54 ______________________________ Sam Baugh, 1934-36 45 _____________________________ Steve Stamp, 1978-81

Consecutive Pass Completions

14_ ___________________________Jeff Ballard, SDSU, 2006

Consecutive Completions–Game

14_ ________________________ Jeff Ballard vs. SDSU, 2006 10 _______________________ Tim Schade vs. Okla. St., 1991

Consecutive Passes Without Int.

154 ________________________________ Jeff Ballard, 2006

Passes Attempted Without Int.–Game

57 ________________________ Max Knake vs. Kansas, 1995

Max Knake (1993-95) owns most of TCU’s career passing records.

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INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING RECORDS Receptions-Career Kelly Blackwell (1988-91)

Year 1988 1989 1990 1991 Total

Rec. 20 33 64 64 181

Mike Renfro (1974-77)

Year 1974 1975 1976 1977 Total

Rec. 21 49 42 50 162

Yards 172 389 832 762 2,155

Avg. 8.6 11.8 13.0 11.9 11.9

TDs 0 2 5 6 13

Yards 362 810 773 794 2,739

Avg. 17.2 16.5 18.4 15.9 16.9

TDs 2 2 3 10 17

Avg. 21.4 13.5 13.7 13.9 14.8

TDs 3 6 2 4 15

Avg. 15.9 13.7 13.2 14.1

TDs 5 7 5 17

Avg. 10.3 17.5 13.4 9.1 12.5

TDs 0 4 6 1 11

Stephen Shipley (1989-92)

Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 Total

Rec. 23 59 34 36 152

Yards 491 796 464 500 2,251

Cory Rodgers (2003-05)

Year 2003 2004 2005 Total

Rec. 37 61 52 150

Yards 590 836 685 2,111

John Washington (1993-96)

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 Total

Rec. 19 25 52 39 135

Yards 195 438 699 353 1,685

134_______ Richard Woodley, 1990-93 (1,620 yds) 125____ Stanley Washington, 1979-82 (2,209 yds) 114_____________Andre Davis, 1992-95 (1,084 yds) 111_______ Quentily Harmon, 2003-06 (1,557 yds) 109_ _____ LaTarence Dunbar, 1999-02 (1,544 yds) Receptions–Game (Yards)

18 ____________ Richard Woodley vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (180) 15 _____________ Richard Woodley vs. Houston, 1990 (124) 13 __________________ Jason Tucker vs. Kansas, 1995 (160) 12 _______________ Kelly Blackwell vs. Missouri, 1990 (136) 12 ___________Morris Bailey vs. Oklahoma A&M, 1949 (150) 12 ______________________Andre Davis vs. SMU, 1983 (63) 12 ________________ John Washington vs. SMU, 1995 (156) 11 _______________ Kelly Blackwell vs. Houston, 1991 (124) 11_ _____________Stephen Shipley vs. Houston, 1990 (154) 10_ _____ many, last: Cory Rodgers vs. Oklahoma, 2005 (79)

Receptions–Season (Yards)

64 _________________________ Kelly Blackwell, 1991 (762) 64 _________________________ Kelly Blackwell, 1990 (832) 61_ _________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2004 (836) 59_ ________________________ Jimmy Young, 2008 (988) 59 ________________________ Stephen Shipley, 1990 (796) 58_ _______________________ Reggie Harrell, 2003 (1,012) 56 _______________________ Richard Woodley, 1990 (653) 52_ ______________________ Quentily Harmon, 2006 (791) 52_ _________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2005 (685) 52 _______________________ John Washington, 1995 (699) 50 _________________________ Adrian Madise, 2001 (819) 50 ___________________________ Mike Renfro, 1977 (794)

Mike Renfro (left) and Cory Rodgers (right) share TCU’s career touchdown receptions record.

Yards–Game (Receptions)

226_ _____________ Jimmy Young vs. Wyoming, 2008 (5) 206 ________________ Jimmy Oliver vs. Texas Tech, 1994 (7) 204 _______________ Vernon Wells vs. Tennessee, 1976 (10) 202 ____________________ James Maness vs. Rice, 1984 (5) 184 __________________ Patrick Batteaux vs. UTEP, 1997 (8) 180 ____________ Richard Woodley vs. Texas Tech, 1990 (18) 177 ____________Adrian Madise vs. Southern Miss, 2001 (6) 177 _____________________Earl Clark vs. Temple, 1939 (10) 175_ ___________________ Reggie Harrell vs. UAB, 2004 (6) 174 _____________________Phillip Epps vs. Baylor, 1980 (8) 172_ __________________ Reggie Harrell vs. SMU, 2004 (10) 171_ ________________ Cory Rodgers vs. Houston, 2003 (6)

Yards–Season (Receptions)

Touchdown Receptions–Season

10 ________________________________ Mike Renfro, 1977 8 _ __________________________ Mike Scarborough, 1999 8 _ ________________________ Stanley Washington, 1980 7________________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2004 7 _ _______________________________ Brian Collins, 1994 7 _ ________________________________ Dan Sharp, 1984 7 _ _________________________________Linzy Cole, 1969 6 _ ___________________________John Washington, 1995 6 _ _____________________________ Kelly Blackwell, 1991 6 _ ____________________________Stephen Shipley, 1990 6 _ ________________________ Stanley Washington, 1981 6 _ ______________________________ Merle Gibson, 1944 6 _ _________________________________ Earl Clark, 1938

1,012_________________________Reggie Harrell, 2003 (58) 988_ _______________________ Jimmy Young, 2008 (59) 871 _ ________________________James Maness, 1984 (40) 854 _ ___________________ Stanley Washington, 1981 (49) 836__________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2004 (61) 832 _ _______________________ Kelly Blackwell, 1990 (64) 819 _ _______________________ Adrian Madise, 2001 (50) 810 _ _________________________ Mike Renfro, 1975 (49) 796 _ ______________________ Stephen Shipley, 1990 (59) 794 _ _________________________ Mike Renfro, 1977 (50) 791 _ _____________________ Quentily Harmon, 2006 (52)

Touchdown Receptions–Career

Yards–Career (Receptions)

Average Gain Per Reception–Game

2,739_______________________ Mike Renfro, 1974-77 (162) 2,251___________________ Stephen Shipley, 1989-92 (152) 2,209________________ Stanley Washington, 1979-82 (125) 2,171______________________ James Maness, 1981-84 (97) 2,155_____________________Kelly Blackwell, 1988-91 (181) 2,111______________________Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 (150) 1,812_____________________ Reggie Harrell, 2002-04 (103) 1,685 __________________ John Washington, 1993-96 (135) 1,620___________________ Richard Woodley, 1990-93 (134) 1,557__________________ Quentily Harmon, 2003-06 (111)

17_ ___________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 17 _____________________________ Mike Renfro, 1974-77 16 _______________________ Stanley Washington, 1979-82 15 __________________________ Stephen Shipley, 1989-92 13_ _______________________ LaTarence Dunbar, 1999-02 13 ___________________________ Kelly Blackwell, 1988-91 12 ______________________________Phillip Epps, 1978-81 11 _________________________ John Washington, 1993-96 10_ ________________________ Quentily Harmon, 2003-06 10 ______________________________ Willie Walls, 1934-36

75.0 __________________ Cedric James vs. UTEP, 2000 (1-75) 57.5 ___________ S. Washington vs. Texas Tech, 1981 (2-115) 54.0___________Brent Hecht vs. Colorado State, 2006 (1-54) 55.0_______________ Michael DePriest vs. BYU, 2005 (1-55) 52.5 _________________ Morris Bailey vs. SMU, 1947 (2-105) 52.0__________________ Bart Johnson at Utah, 2008 (1-52) 52.0 ________________ Terran Williams vs. SMU, 2000 (1-52) 51.0__________________Shae Reagan vs. Army, 2006 (1-51)

Average Gain Per Reception–Season

29.2 ______________________ James Maness, 1982 (19-554) 24.8_____________________ Michael DePriest, 2005 (9-223) 24.5 _____________________Greg Arterberry, 1981 (11-269) 23.4 ________________________Keith Burnett, 1984 (8-190) 21.8 ______________________ James Maness, 1984 (40-871) 21.4_______________________ Shae Reagan, 2006 (14-300) 21.3 ____________________ Stephen Shipley, 1989 (23-491)

Average Gain Per Reception–Career

22.5 __________________ Greg Arterberry, 1980-83 (31-698) 22.4 __________________ James Maness, 1981-84 (97-2,171) 18.9 ____________________ Keith Burnett, 1984-86 (26-490) 18.6 ____________________ Phillip Epps, 1978-81 (66-1,228) 17.5_________________ Michael DePriest, 2003-05 (36-631)

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INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING RECORDS YEARLY RECEIVING LEADERS Year Player Rec. Yards Avg. 2008___Jimmy Young___________ 59____ 988_ ___16.7 2007_ __Ervin Dickerson_ ________ 40_____ 514_ ___ 12.9 2006_ __Quentily Harmon________ 52_____ 791_ ___ 15.2 2005_ __Cory Rodgers_ __________ 52_____ 685_ ___ 13.2 2004_ __Cory Rodgers_ __________ 61_____ 836_ ___ 13.7 2003_ __Reggie Harrell___________ 58___ 1,012_ ___ 17.4 2002_ __Adrian Madise_ _________ 32_____ 524_ ___ 16.4 2001_ __Adrian Madise_ _________ 50_____ 819_ ___ 16.4 2000_ __Tim Maiden_____________ 19_____ 348_ ___ 18.3 1999_ __Mike Scarborough_______ 35_____ 524_ ___ 15.0 1998_ __Mike Scarborough_______ 19_____ 223_ ___ 11.7 1997_ __Patrick Batteaux_________ 27_____ 396_ ___ 14.7 1996_ __Basil Mitchell_ __________ 40_____ 344_ ____ 8.6 1995_ __John Washington________ 52_____ 699_ ___ 13.4 1994_ __Andre Davis_ ___________ 47_____ 522_ ___ 11.1 1993_ __John Oglesby___________ 47_____ 404_ ____ 8.6 1992_ __Stephen Shipley_________ 36_____ 500_ ___ 13.9 1991_ __Kelly Blackwell_ _________ 64_____ 762_ ___ 11.9 1990_ __Kelly Blackwell_ _________ 64_____ 832_ ___ 13.0 1989_ __Michael Jackson_________ 42_____ 411_ ____ 9.8 1988_ __Jarrod Delaney__________ 30_____ 440_ ___ 14.7 1987_ __Jarrod Delaney__________ 23_____ 284_ ___ 12.3 1986_ __Jarrod Delaney__________ 26_____ 382_ ___ 14.7 1985_ __Ricky Stone_____________ 22_____ 281_ ___ 12.9 1984_ __James Maness__________ 40_____ 871_ ___ 21.8 1983_ __James Maness__________ 37_____ 690_ ___ 18.6 1982_ __Stanley Washington______ 32_____ 617_ ___ 19.3 1981_ __Stanley Washington______ 49_____ 854_ ___ 17.4

Year Player Rec. Yards Avg. 1980_ __Bobby Stewart__________ 46_____ 688_ ___ 15.0 1979_ __Bobby Stewart__________ 20_____ 274_ ___ 13.7 1978_ __Craig Richardson_ _______ 46_____ 360_ ____ 7.8 1977_ __Mike Renfro_ ___________ 50_____ 794_ ___ 15.9 1976_ __Mike Renfro_ ___________ 42_____ 773_ ___ 18.4 1975_ __Mike Renfro_ ___________ 49_____ 810_ ___ 16.5 1974_ __Mike Luttrell____________ 35_____ 252_ ____ 7.2 1973_ __Steve Patterson_ ________ 19_____ 248_ ___ 13.1 1972_ __Steve Patterson_ ________ 22_____ 255_ ___ 11.6 1971_ __Ronnie Peoples__________ 15_____ 185_ ___ 12.3 1970_ __Frankie Grimmett________ 27_____ 286_ ___ 10.6 1969_ __Jerry Miller_ ____________ 41_____ 569_ ___ 13.9 1968_ __Linzy Cole______________ 21_____ 368_ ___ 17.5 1967_ __Bill Ferguson____________ 27_____ 419_ ___ 15.5 1966_ __Sonny Campbell_________ 33_____ 442_ ___ 13.4 1965_ __Sonny Campbell_________ 32_____ 437_ ___ 13.7 1964_ __Sonny Campbell_________ 35_____ 502_ ___ 14.3 1963_ __Jim Fauver______________ 11_____ 167_ ___ 15.2 1962_ __Tom Magoffin___________ 32_____ 430_ ___ 13.4 1961_ __Buddy Iles______________ 31_____ 479_ ___ 15.5 1960_ __Buddy Iles______________ 24_____ 237_ ____ 9.9 1959_ __Bubba Meyer_ ___________ 8_____ 88_ ___ 11.0 1958_ __Marshall Harris__________ 19_____ 265_ ___ 13.9 1957_ __Marvin Lasater ___________ 6_____ 124_ ___ 20.7 1956_ __Jim Swink______________ 19_____ 390_ ___ 20.5 1955_ __Ray Taylor______________ 13_____ 189_ ___ 14.5 1954_ __Ray Taylor______________ 10_____ 219_ ___ 21.9 1953_ __Ron Fraley______________ 15_____ 209_ ___ 13.9

Year Player Rec. Yards Avg. 1952_ __Bob Blair_______________ 20_____ 367_ ___ 18.4 1951_ __Bob Blair_______________ 14_____ 320_ ___ 22.9 1950_ __Wilson George_ _________ 23_____ 350_ ___ 15.2 1949_ __Morris Bailey____________ 37_____ 501_ ___ 13.5 1948_ __Morris Bailey____________ 29_____ 344_ ___ 11.9 1947_ __Morris Bailey____________ 16_____ 310_ ___ 19.4 1946_ __Fred Taylor_ ____________ 11_____ 130_ ___ 11.8 1945_ __Jesse Mason____________ 17_____ 171_ ___ 10.1 1944_ __Merle Gibson_ __________ 19_____ 378_ ___ 19.9 1943_ __Bill Marshall_ ___________ 12_____ 168_ ___ 14.0 1942_ __Van Hall________________ 27_____ 235_ ____ 8.7 1941_ __Bruce Alford____________ 18_____ 186_ ___ 10.3 1940_ __Phil Roach______________ 20_____ 181_ ____ 9.1 1939_ __Don Looney*_ __________ 30_____ 415_ ___ 13.8 1938_ __Earl Clark_______________ 20_____ 395_ ___ 19.8 1937_ __John Hall_______________ 21_____ 203_ ____ 9.7 1936_ __Walter Roach_ __________ 26_____ 289_ ___ 11.1 1935_ __Dutch Meyer____________ 23_____ 246_ ___ 10.7 Jimmy Lawrence________ 23_____ 218_ ____ 9.5 1934_ __Walter Roach_ __________ 23_____ 297_ ___ 12.9 1933_ __Charlie Casper_ _________ 17_____ 293_ ___ 17.2 1932_ __Wallace Myers____________ 8_____ 107_ ___ 13.4 1931_ __Blanard Spearman_______ 10_____ 145_ ___ 14.5 1930_ __Ad Dietzel______________ 11_____ 119_ ___ 10.8 1929_ __Clyde Roberson_ ________ 12_____ 288_ ___ 24.0 1928_ __Ralph Walker_____________ 6_____ 88_ ___ 14.7 *-Led Nation

FROG RECORDS

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

Jimmy Young (left) totaled the second-highest single-season receiving yardage total in program history in 2008. Stephen Shipley (right) ranks third all-time at TCU in career receptions.

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INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE RECORDS Yards–GAME 412 _________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (406 rush, 6 receiving) 347 __________________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1994 (325 rush, 22 receiving) 347 _______________________Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (343 rush, 4 receiving) 311 _________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 2000 (305 rush, 6 receiving) 300 _______________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Hawai’i, 2000 (294 rush, 6 receiving) 300 ___________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. San Jose St., 1999 (300 rush, 0 receiving) 289_ ___________________Lonta Hobbs vs. Memphis, 2002 (287 rush, 2 receiving) 283 ___________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Arkansas St., 1999 (269 rush, 14 receiving) 283 _______________________ Basil Mitchell vs. Tulsa, 1996 (215 rush, 68 receiving) 269 ___________________ Andre Davis vs. Iowa State, 1995 (174 rush, 95 receiving)

Yards–Season

2,198 _______________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (2,158 rush, 40 receiving) 2,016 ______________________________ Andre Davis, 1994 (1,494 rush, 522 receiving) 1,905 _______________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (1,850 rush, 55 receiving) 1,811 ____________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 (1,611 rush, 200 receiving) 1,610 ______________________________ Tony Jeffery, 1987 (1,353 rush, 257 receiving)

Yards–Career

5,499 ____________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (5,263 rush, 236 receiving) 4,386 ___________________________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87 (3,749 rush, 637 receiving) 4,266 ___________________________ Andre Davis, 1992-95 (3,182 rush, 1,084 receiving) 3,500 ___________________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 (3,071 rush, 429 receiving) 3,485 _________________________ Kenneth Davis, 1982-85 (2,994 rush, 491 receiving)

All-Purpose Yards–Game

412 _________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (406 rush, 6 receiving) 347_ __________________ Cory Rodgers vs. Louisville, 2004 (4 rush, 114 receiving, 191 kick return, 38 punt return) 347 _______________________Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (343 rush, 4 re­ceiv­ing) 347 __________________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1994 (325 rush, 22 receiving)

All-Purpose Yards–Season

2,198 _______________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (2,158 rush, 40 receiving) 2,016 ______________________________ Andre Davis, 1944 (1,494 rush, 522 receiving) 1,974 _______________________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (1,805 rush, 55 receiving, 69 KO returns)

All-Purpose Yards–Career

6,337 ____________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (5,263 rush, 236 receiving, 838 kickoff returns) 4,864 ___________________________ Andre Davis, 1992-95 (3,182 rush, 1,084 receiving, 598 kickoff returns) 4,798 __________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 (2,111 rec., 1,747 kickoff ret., 825 punt ret., 115 rush) 4,508___________________________Aaron Brown, 2005-08 (2,596 rush, 877 receiving, 1,015 kick ret., 20 punt ret.) 4,467 ___________________________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87 (3,749 rush, 637 receiving, 81 kickoff returns) 4,063____________________________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (1,745 rush, 1,372 punt ret., 729 kickoff ret., 185 int. ret., 32 rec.)

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Jeff Ballard accounted for a TCU single-game record six touchdowns on two occasions during his career.

Points Scored–Game

36 ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (6 TD) 30 __________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (5 TD) 26 _______Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1993 (4 TD, PAT run) 26 ________________ Jim Swink vs. Texas, 1955 (4 TD, 2 PAT) 24 ________________________________________ 8 times, last: Joseph Turner vs. San Diego State, 2007 (4 TD)

Points Scored–Season

132 _________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (22 TD) 125* _ ___________________ Jim Swink, 1955 (20 TD, 5 PAT) 122_ _________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (28 FG, 38 PAT) 108 _________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (18 TD) 105_ _________________ Nick Browne, 2002 (23 FG, 36 PAT) *-Led Nation

Points Scored–Career

324 _______________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (54 TD) 299_ _____________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (65 FG, 104 PAT) 259 _____________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (57 FG, 88 PAT) 254_ __________ Chris Manfredini, 2005-07 (47 FG, 113 PAT) 246_ ____________________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 (41 TD) 237 _____________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 (41 FG, 114 PAT)

Points Responsible For–Season

160 ____ Davey O’Brien, 1938 (3 TD rush, 19 TD pass, 28 PAT)

Points Responsible For–Career

324 _____________LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-2000 (54 TD) 299_ _____________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (65 FG, 104 PAT) 264 __________ Sam Baugh, 1934-36 (5 TD rush, 39 TD pass) 259_ ____________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (57 FG, 88 PAT) 258_ ________ Jeff Ballard, 2003-06 (16 TD rush, 27 TD pass)

Touchdowns Scored–Season

22 ___________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 00 (22 rush) 20 ______Jim Swink, 1955 (18 rush, 1 receiving, 1 int. return) 18 _________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1999 (18 rush) 17 ____________ Kenneth Davis, 1984 (15 rush, 2 receiving) 13_ _____________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002 (12 rush, 1 receiving) 13 __________________________ Cy Leland, 1929 (13 rush)

Touchdowns Scored–Career

54 ______________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (54 rush) 41_ __________ Lonta Hobbs, 2002-06 (38 rush, 3 receiving) 34 ___________ Tony Jeffery, 1984-87, (31 rush, 3 receiving) 32 _______________________________Jim Swink, 1954-56, (28 rush, 3 receiving, 1 int. return) 29 ____________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05, (17 receiving, 10 rushing, 2 kick returns)

Touchdowns Responsible For–Game

6 _____ Jeff Ballard vs. San Diego State, 2006 (1 rush, 5 pass) 6 ________ Jeff Ballard vs. New Mexico, 2005 (4 rush, 2 pass) 6 ____________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (6 rush)

Points Responsible For–Game

36 ____ Jeff Ballard vs. San Diego State, 2006 (1 rush, 5 pass) 36 _______ Jeff Ballard vs. New Mexico, 2005 (4 rush, 2 pass) 36 ___________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 1999 (6 rush) 30_ ____ Andy Dalton vs. Wyoming, 2008 (1 rush, 4 pass) 30 ___________ Casey Printers vs. SMU, 2000 (1 rush, 4 pass) 30 ______________ Leon Clay vs. SMU, 1990 (2 rush, 3 pass) 30 ___________ Leon Clay vs. Arkansas, 1990 (1 rush, 4 pass) 30 ________________Matt Vogler vs. Houston, 1990 (5 pass) 30 _______David Rascoe vs. Texas Tech, 1987 (1 rush, 4 pass) 30 _________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 (5 rush) 30 ___________ Steve Stamp vs. UT-Arlington, 1981 (5 pass) 30 ________________ Kent Nix vs. Rice, 1965 (1 rush, 4 pass)

Touch­downs Re­spon­si­ble For–Sea­son

25 ___________________ Max Knake, 1994 (1 rush, 24 pass) 22 _________________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 2000 (22 rush) 22 _________________Davey O’Brien, 1938 (3 rush, 19 pass) 21_ __________________ Jeff Ballard, 2006 (8 rush, 13 pass) 21 ___________________ Jeff Ballard, 2005 (8 rush, 13 pass) 21 ____________________ Leon Clay, 1990 (5 rush, 16 pass) 21 ___________________ Sam Baugh, 1935 (3 rush, 18 pass)

Touchdowns Responsible For–Career

54 ______________ LaDainian Tomlinson, 1997-00 (54 rush) 51 _________________Max Knake, 1992-95 (2 rush, 49 pass) 44 ________________ Sam Baugh, 1934-36 (5 rush, 39 pass) 43_ _______________Jeff Ballard, 2003-06 (16 rush, 27 pass) 39 __________________Leon Clay, 1989-92 (6 rush, 33 pass) 39 _______________ Steve Stamp, 1978-81 (5 rush, 34 pass)


INDIVIDUAL PLACEKICKING RECORDS Points By Kicking–Game

19_ ___________________ Nick Browne vs. Cincinnati, 2003 (5 FG, 4 PAT) 18_ ___________________ Jeff Wilkinson vs. Arkansas, 1990 (4 FG, 6 PAT) 17_ ___________________ Nick Browne vs. Cincinnati, 2002 (5 FG, 2 PAT) 15_ ____________________ Chris Manfredini vs. UNLV, 2005 (3 FG, 6 PAT) 14_ ____________________ Nick Browne vs. Houston, 2003 (2 FG, 8 PAT) 14_ _______________________ Nick Browne vs. Army, 2002 (3 FG, 5 PAT) 14_ _______________________Chris Kaylakie vs. SMU, 2000 (2 FG, 8 PAT) 13_ ________________________________ eight times, last:  Chris Manfrednini vs. New Mexico, 2007 (3 FG, 4 PAT)

Points By Kicking–Season

122_ _________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (28 FG, 38 PAT) 105_ _________________ Nick Browne, 2002 (23 FG, 36 PAT) 103_ ______________Chris Manfredini, 2007 (22 FG, 37 PAT) 98__________________ Chris Kaylakie, 2000 (16 FG, 50 PAT) 97_________________ Ross Evans, 2008 (16 FG, 49 PAT) 89_________________Michael Reeder, 1995 (23 FG, 20 PAT) 79________________Chris Manfredini, 2005 (13 FG, 40 PAT) 77__________________ Lee Newman, 1986 (16 FG, 29 PAT) 72________________Chris Manfredini, 2006 (12 FG, 36 PAT) 72___________________ Nick Browne, 2001 (14 FG, 30 PAT) 72_______________________Ken Ozee, 1984 (9 FG, 45 PAT) 70__________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1999 (10 FG, 40 PAT)

Points By Kicking–Career

299_ _____________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (65 FG, 104 PAT) 259_ ____________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (57 FG, 88 PAT) 254_ __________ Chris Manfredini, 2005-06 (37 FG, 113 PAT) 237_ ____________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 (41 FG, 114 PAT) 205_ ________________ Ken Ozee, 1982-85 (35 FG, 100 PAT) 182_ _____________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1990-92 (32 FG, 86 PAT)

Field Goals Made–Game

5_______________ Nick Browne vs. Cincinnati, 2003 (att. 5) 5_______________ Nick Browne vs. Cincinnati, 2002 (att. 5) 4__________________________________ eight times, last: Peter LoCoco vs. UNLV, 2006 (att. 4)

Field Goals Made–Season

28_ ________________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (att. 33) 23_ ________________________ Nick Browne, 2002 (att. 30) 23_ ______________________Michael Reeder, 1995 (att. 25) 22_ _____________________Chris Manfredini, 2007 (att. 27) 16_ ________________________Ross Evans, 2008 (att. 20) 16_ _______________________ Chris Kaylakie, 2000 (att. 18) 16_ _______________________ Lee Newman, 1986 (att. 19)

Field Goals Made–Career

65_ _____________________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (att. 83) 57_ ___________________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (att. 76) 47_ __________________ Chris Manfredini, 2005-07 (att. 54) 41_ ____________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 (att. 56) 38_ ______________________ Greg Porter, 1978-81 (att. 56) 35_ _____________________ Lee Newman, 1986-88 (att. 47) 35_ ________________________ Ken Ozee, 1982-85 (att. 52)

Consecutive Field Goals–Made

19_ _________________________Chris Manfredini, 2005-06 13_ ____________________________ Michael Reeder, 1995 12_ _______________________________ Ross Evans, 2008 12_ ___________________________ Chris Manfredini, 2007 12_ _______________________________Nick Browne, 2003 11_ _______________________________Nick Browne, 2002 9______________________________ Michael Reeder, 1995 9____________________________ Kevin Cordesman, 1993

Field Goal Attempts–Game

6_________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1991 vs. SMU (made 3)

Field Goal Attempts–Season

33_ ______________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (made 28) 30_ ______________________ Nick Browne, 2002 (made 23) 27_ ___________________Chris Manfredini, 2007 (made 22) 25_ ___________________ Michael Reeder, 1995 (made 23) 22_ _____________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1992 (made 10) 20_ ______________________Ross Evans, 2008 (made 16) 20_ ______________________ Nick Browne, 2001 (made 14) 20_ _____________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998 (made 15) 20_ ___________________ Michael Reeder, 1996 (made 11) 19_ _____________________ Lee Newman, 1986 (made 16) 18_ _____________________ Chris Kaylakie, 2000 (made 16) 18_ _____________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1999 (made 10) 18_ _____________________ Lee Newman, 1987 (made 11)

Field Goal Attempts–Career

83_ ___________________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (made 65) 76_ _________________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (made 57) 56_ __________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1990-92 (made 32) 56_ ____________________ Greg Porter, 1978-81 (made 38) 54_ ________________ Chris Manfredini, 2005-07 (made 47) 52_ ______________________ Ken Ozee, 1982-85 (made 35)

Extra Points Made–Game

8_ _______ Ross Evans vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 (att. 8) 8_________________ Nick Browne vs. Houston, 2003 (att. 8) 8___________________ Chris Kaylakie vs. SMU, 2000 (att. 8) 8___________________Chris Kaylakie vs. Tulsa, 1999 (att. 8) 8__________________ Ken Ozee vs. Utah State, 1984 (att. 9) 7_ ___________________ Ross Evans vs. Wyoming (att. 7) 7__________Chris Manfredini vs. San Diego St., 2006 (att. 7) 7__________. Chris Manfredini vs. New Mexico, 2005 (att. 7) 7____________ .Chris Kaylakie vs. Arkansas St., 2000 (att. 7) 7___________________ Chris Kaylakie vs UTEP, 1999 (att. 7)

Extra Points Made–Season

50_ _______________________ Chris Kaylakie, 2000 (att. 51) 49_ ________________________Ross Evans, 2008 (att. 55) 45_ __________________________ Ken Ozee, 1984 (att. 47) 40_ _____________________Chris Manfredini, 2005 (att. 44) 40_ _______________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1999 (att. 41) 38_ ________________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (att. 38) 37_ _____________________Chris Manfredini, 2007 (att. 37) 36_ _____________________Chris Manfredini, 2006 (att. 41) 36_ ________________________ Nick Browne, 2002 (att. 38) 35_ _______________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1990 (att. 35) 32_ ______________________Michael Reeder, 1994 (att. 32) 30_ ________________________ Nick Browne, 2001 (att. 31) 30_ _______________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1991 (att. 35) 30_ _______________________ Lee Newman, 1987 (att. 33) 30_ _______________________Davey O’Brien, 1938 (att. 38)

Extra Points Made–Career

114_ __________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 (att. 117) 113_ ________________ Chris Manfredini, 2005-07 (att. 122) 104_ ___________________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (att. 107) 100_ ______________________ Ken Ozee, 1982-85 (att. 105) 88_ ___________________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (att. 89) 86_ ____________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1989-92 (att. 88)

FROG RECORDS

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Extra Point Attempts–Game

9________________ Ken Ozee vs. Utah State, 1984 (made 8) 8_ _____ Ross Evans vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 (made 8) 8_______________Nick Browne vs. Houston, 2003 (made 8) 8_________________ Chris Kaylakie vs. SMU, 2000 (made 8) 8_________________Chris Kaylakie vs. Tulsa, 1999 (made 8) 7_____________________________________six times, last: Chris Manfredini vs. San Diego St., 2006 (made 7)

Extra Point Attempts–Season

55_ ______________________Ross Evans, 2008 (made 49) 51_ _____________________ Chris Kaylakie, 2000 (made 50) 47_ ________________________ Ken Ozee, 1984 (made 45) 44_ ___________________Chris Manfredini, 2005 (made 40) 41_ ___________________Chris Manfredini, 2006 (made 36) 41_ _____________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1999 (made 40) 38_ ______________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (made 38) 38_ ______________________ Nick Browne, 2002 (made 36) 38_ ____________________ Davey O’Brien, 1938 (made 30)

Extra Point Attempts–Career

122_ ______________ Chris Manfredini, 2005-07 (made 113) 117_ ________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 (made 114) 107_ _________________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 (made 104) 105_ ____________________Ken Ozee, 1982-85 (made 100) 89_ _________________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (made 88) 88_ __________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1989-92 (made 86)

PAT Pct.–Game (min. 6 attempted)

100.0 __________________________________ several times

PAT Percentage–Season #

100.0_____________________ Nick Browne, 2003 (38 of 38) 100.0__________________ Chris Manfredini, 2007 (37 of 37) #Top two of eight TCU kickers who were perfect in a season.

PAT Percentage–Career

.989___________________ Michael Reeder, 1994-97 (88-89) .977_____________________Jeff Wilkinson, 1989-92 (86-88) .974___________________Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 (114-117) .972____________________Nick Browne, 2001-03 (104-107) .969___________________Chris Kaylakie, 1998-2000 (64-66) .969___________________ Bruce Alford, Jr., 1964-66 (31-32)

Consecutive PAT–Season

40_ ______________________________Chris Kaylakie, 2000 38_ _______________________________Nick Browne, 2003 37_ ___________________________ Chris Manfredini, 2007 35_ ______________________________Jeff Wilkinson, 1990 32_ ____________________________ Michael Reeder, 1994 31_ _________________________________ Ken Ozee, 1984

Consecutive PAT–Career

79_ __________________________Michael Reeder, 1994-97 52_ ___________________________ Chris Kaylakie, 1998-00 41_ ___________________________ Jeff Wilkinson, 1989-91 40_ ____________________________ Nick Browne, 2001-03 39_ _________________________Chris Manfredini, 2006-07 35_ ___________________________ Lee Newman, 1986-87

Two-Point Conversions Made–Season

3___________________________ Andre Davis, 1994 (att. 3)

Two-Point Conversion Att.–Game

3____________ Reuben Jones vs. Texas Tech, 1981 (made 0) 3______________ Hunter Enis vs. Texas Tech, 1958 (made 0)

Two-Point Conversion Att.–Season

7__________________________Hunter Enis, 1958 (made 2) Nick Browne holds TCU records for points in a single game, season and career by a placekicker.

Two-Point Conversion Att.–Career

7_______________________ Hunter Enis, 1956-58 (made 2)

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INDIVIDUAL PUNTING RECORDS Punts–Game

24 ___________________Davey O’Brien vs. Miss. State, 1936 (782 yards, 32.6 avg.) 19 _____________ Grassy Hinton vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1930 (684 yards, 36.0 avg.) 12 _______________________ by four different TCU punters

Punts–Season

89 ______________Sam Baugh, 1936 (3,453 yards, 38.8 avg.) 84 __________Cameron Young, 1976 (3,234 yards, 38.5 avg.) 83_ _________Cameron Young, 1979 (3,272 yards, 40.9 avg.) 83 _______________ Carl Knox, 1947 (3,295 yards, 39.7 avg.)

Punts–Career

320 _____ Cameron Young, 1976-79 (12,947 yards, 40.5 avg.) 265 ________ Chris Becker, 1985-88 (11,407 yards, 43.0 avg.) 262 ______Royce Huffman, 1996-99 (10,835 yards, 41.3 avg.)

Yards Punted–Game

782 ___________ Davey O’Brien vs. Miss. St., 1936 (24 punts) 684 ____Grassy Hinton vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1930 (19 punts)

Yards Punted–Season

3,450 ___________ Sammy Baugh, 1936 (89 punts, 38.8 avg.) 3,387 ______________ Stan Talley, 1980 (81 punts, 41.8 avg.) 3,368 __________ Royce Huffman, 1997 (80 punts, 41.6 avg.)

Yards Punted–Career

12,947 _____ Cameron Young, 1976-79 (320 punts, 40.5 avg.) 11,407 _______ Chris Becker, 1985-88 (265 punts, 43.0 avg.) 10,858 _______ James Gargus, 1981-84 (255 punts, 42.5 avg.)

Punting Average–Game

54.8 ____ James Gargus vs. Utah St., 1981(4 punts, 219 yards) 54.7 _____ Royce Huffman vs. BYU, 1996 (3 punts, 164 yards) 52.8 ______ Joey Biasatti vs. Tulane, 2001(5 punts, 264 yards)

Punting Average–Season

46.1 ____________ Chris Becker, 1986 (59 punts, 2,717 yards) 44.2 __________ James Gargus, 1981 (59 punts, 2,608 yards) 44.0 ____________ Chris Becker, 1987 (59 punts, 2,594 yards) 43.0*_ ________ Sammy Baugh, 1935 (66 punts, 2,837 yards)

Punting Average–Career

43.0 _______ Chris Becker, 1985-88 (265 punts, 11,407 yards) 42.6 ______ James Gargus, 1981-84 (255 punts, 10,858 yards) 41.4 __________Derek Wash, 2005-07 (81 punts, 3,356 yards) 41.4 _____Royce Huffman, 1996-99 (262 punts, 10,835 yards) * - Led nation

YEARLY PUNTING LEADERS Year Player Punts Yds Avg 2008___Anson Kelton_ _________ 54____2,230_ __41.3 2007_ __Derek Wash_____________ 64____ 2,723_ __ 42.5 2006_ __Bryan Cortney__________ 39____ 1,506_ __ 38.6 2005_ __Bryan Cortney__________ 62____ 2,394_ __ 38.6 2004_ __John Braziel_ ___________ 62____ 2,458_ __ 39.6 2003_ __John Braziel_ ___________ 66____ 2,568_ __ 38.9 2002_ __Joey Biasatti____________ 77____ 3,060_ __ 39.7 2001_ __Joey Biasatti____________ 65____ 2,757_ __ 42.4 2000_ __Joey Biasatti____________ 26____ 1,081_ __ 41.6 1999_ __Royce Huffman__________ 61____ 2,575_ __ 41.3 1998_ __Royce Huffman__________ 63____ 2,569_ __ 40.8 1997_ __Royce Huffman__________ 81____ 3,368_ __ 41.6 1996_ __Royce Huffman__________ 57____ 2,431_ __ 42.6 1995_ __Beau Stephens__________ 46____ 1,832_ __ 39.8 1994_ __Beau Stephens__________ 46____ 1,832_ __ 39.8 1993_ __Kevin Cordesman________ 61____ 2,262_ __ 37.1 1992_ __Kevin Cordesman________ 81____ 2,911_ __ 35.9 1991_ __Trey Becan_ ____________ 36____ 1,304_ __ 36.2 1990_ __Kevin Cordesman________ 60____ 2,026_ __ 33.8 1989_ __Rex Roberts_ ___________ 46____ 1,689_ __ 37.0 1988_ __Chris Becker_ ___________ 72____ 2,913_ __ 40.5 1987_ __Chris Becker_ ___________ 59____ 2,594_ __ 43.9 1986_ __Chris Becker_ ___________ 59____ 2,717_ __ 46.1 1985_ __Chris Becker_ ___________ 75____ 3,183_ __ 42.4 1984_ __James Gargus___________ 61____ 2,477_ __ 40.6 1983_ __James Gargus___________ 66____ 2,828_ __ 42.8 1982_ __James Gargus___________ 69____ 2,945_ __ 42.7 1981_ __James Gargus___________ 59____ 2,608_ __ 44.2 1980_ __Stan Talley______________ 81____ 3,387_ __ 41.8 1979_ __Cameron Young_________ 83____ 3,272_ __ 40.9 1978_ __Cameron Young_________ 79____ 3,246_ __ 41.1 1977_ __Cameron Young_________ 77____ 3,199_ __ 41.5 1976_ __Cameron Young_________ 84____ 3,230_ __ 38.5 1975_ __Lee Cook_______________ 60____ 2,379_ __ 39.7 1974_ __Greg Anderson__________ 75____ 2,805_ __ 37.4 1973_ __Greg Anderson__________ 72____ 2,745_ __ 38.1 1972_ __Greg Anderson__________ 75____ 2,903_ __ 38.7 1971_ __John Hetherly___________ 33____ 1,200_ __ 36.4 1970_ __Royce Huffman__________ 22______801_ __ 36.4 1969_ __Marty Whelan___________ 37____ 1,401_ __ 37.1 1968_ __Mike Hall_______________ 51____ 2,119_ __ 41.6 1967_ __Donnie Gibbs___________ 74____ 2,896_ __ 39.1 1966_ __Donnie Gibbs___________ 61____ 2,613_ __ 42.5 1965_ __Donnie Gibbs___________ 62____ 2,342_ __ 37.8 1964_ __Jim Fauver______________ 51____ 1,836_ __ 36.0 1963_ __Garry Thomas___________ 49____ 1,804_ __ 40.9

Year Player Punts Yds Avg 1962_ __Garry Thomas___________ 41____ 1,592_ __ 38.8 1961_ __Garry Thomas___________ 40____ 1,545_ __ 38.6 1960_ __Donald George__________ 33____ 1,236_ __ 37.5 1959_ __Jimmy Gilmore__________ 26______921_ __ 35.4 1958_ __Jimmy Gilmore__________ 34____ 1,224_ __ 36.0 1957_ __Jimmy Gilmore__________ 30____ 1,120_ __ 35.0 1956_ __Ken Wineburg___________ 18______592_ __ 32.9 1955_ __Ray Taylor______________ 25______883_ __ 35.3 1954_ __Ray Taylor______________ 44____ 1,845_ __ 41.9 1953_ __Ray McKown____________ 33____ 1,286_ __ 38.9 1952_ __Ray McKown____________ 72____ 2,637_ __ 36.6 1951_ __Ray McKown____________ 43____ 1,613_ __ 37.5 1950_ __Jimmy Hickey___________ 38____ 1,361_ __ 35.8 1949_ __Jimmy Hickey___________ 28____ 1,106_ __ 39.5 1948_ __Leon Joslin_ ____________ 65____ 2,237_ __ 34.4 1947_ __Carl Knox______________ 83____ 3,302_ __ 41.0 1946_ __Carl Knox______________ 36____ 1,287_ __ 35.8 1945_ __Leon Joslin_ ____________ 28______994_ __ 34.4 1944_ __Ransom Jackson_________ 58____ 1,721_ __ 29.7 1943_ __Jim Lucas_ _____________ 61____ 2,269_ __ 37.2 1942_ __Trotter Adams___________ 60____ 2,080_ __ 34.7 1941_ __Kyle Gillespie_ __________ 37____ 1,317_ __ 35.6 1940_ __Connie Sparks___________ 31____ 1,270_ __ 41.0 1939_ __Kyle Gillespie_ __________ 37____ 1,358_ __ 38.8 1938_ __Jack Odle_ _____________ 19______789_ __ 41.5 1937_ __Davey O’Brien___________ 64____ 2,124_ __ 33.1 1936_ __Sam Baugh_____________ 89____ 3,450_ __ 38.7 1935_ __Sam Baugh*____________ 66____ 2,837_ __ 43.0 1934_ __Sam Baugh_____________ 43____ 1,821_ __ 42.3 1933_ __Dan Harston____________ 40____ 1,501_ __ 37.5 1932_ __Buster Brannon__________ 43____ 1,651_ __ 38.4 1931_ __Grassy Hinton___________ 30____ 1,176_ __ 39.2 1930_ __Grassy Hinton___________ 54____ 1,943_ __ 36.0 1929_ __Vance Woolwine_________ 13______496_ __ 38.2 *-Led Nation

Chris Becker (left) owns TCU’s career punting average record of 43.0 yards per kick, while Royce Huffman (right) led the Frogs in punting four consecutive seasons from 1996 through 1999.

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INDIVIDUAL RETURN RECORDS PUNT RETURNS Returns–Game

14_ ______ Cy Leland vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1930 (118 yards) 10_ ______________Sammy Baugh vs. SMU, 1936 (98 yards)

Returns–Season

58*______________Davey O’Brien, 1937 (549 yards, 9.4 avg.) 48_ ________________ Cy Leland, 1930 (473 yards, 9.9 avg.) 41_ _____________Brian Bonner, 2007 (535 yards, 13.0 avg.) 40*_______________ Lindy Berry, 1947 (494 yards, 12.4 avg.)

Returns–Career

116_ _______Davey O’Brien, 1936-38 (1,186 yards, 10.2 avg.) 104_ _________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (1,372 yards, 13.2 avg.)

Yards Returned–Game

146_ _____________ Lindy Berry vs. Miami, 1947 (7 returns) 143_ ____________ LaVar Veale vs. Nevada, 2000 (8 returns) 120 ________________ LaVar Veale vs. SMU, 2000 (9 returns) 119 __________________Jim Lucas vs. Rice, 1943 (6 returns) 118 ______ Cy Leland vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1930 (14 returns)

Yards Returned–Season

549_ __________________ Davey O’Brien, 1937 (58 returns) 535_ ___________________ Brian Bonner, 2007 (41 returns) 494_ _____________________Lindy Berry, 1947 (40 returns) 473_ ______________________ Cy Leland, 1930 (48 returns)

Yards Returned–Career

1,372_________________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (104 returns) 1,186_______________Davey O’Brien, 1936-38 (116 returns) 991_ _______________ Sammy Baugh, 1934-36 (88 returns)

Return Average–Game

52.0_________________________ Cy Leland vs. Baylor, 1929 (2 returns, 104 yards) 40.1____________________Phillip Epps vs. Texas Tech, 1981 (2 returns, 81 yards) 33.7_____________________ Linzy Cole vs. Texas Tech, 1969 (3 returns, 101 yards)

Return Average–Season

20.4______________ Linzy Cole, 1969 (15 returns, 306 yards) 17.7_____________ Lindy Berry, 1949 (19 returns, 337 yards)

Return Average–Career

16.0____ Blanard Spearman, 1930-32 (45 returns, 721 yards) 14.8___________ Linzy Cole, 1968-69 (22 returns, 325 yards)

Touchdowns Returned–Season

3___________________________________Linzy Cole, 1969

Yards Returned–Game

191_ _________ Cory Rodgers vs. Louisville, 2004 (8 returns) 163 _____________ Clinton Brown vs. SMU, 1984 (6 returns) 163 __________ Frank Horak vs. Texas Tech, 1956 (4 returns)

Yards Returned–Season

723_ ___________________ Cory Rodgers, 2004 (31 returns) 615_ ____________________ Toby Morey, 1990 (26 returns) 557_ ___________________ Allen Hooker, 1975 (28 returns) 526_ ___________________ Aaron Brown, 2008 (18 returns) 515_ ___________________ Cory Rodgers, 2005 (17 returns) 509_ ___________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003 (23 returns)

Yards Returned–Career

1,747________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 (71 returns) 1,513____________ LaTarence Dunbar, 1999-02 (61 returns) 1,276__________________Toby Morey, 1989-91 (59 returns) 1,015_________________Aaron Brown, 2005-08 (37 returns) 947_ _________________Allen Hooker, 1973-75 (47 returns) 801_ _______________ Marcus Gilbert, 1979-82 (44 returns)

Return Average–Game

Touchdowns Returned–Career

3 _________________________ LaTarence Dunbar, 1999-02 2 ________________________three: Cory Rodgers, 2003-05; Freddie Pouncy, 1971; Red Oliver, 1930-32

TOTAL KICK RETURNS Returns–Game

15_ ________________ Cy Leland vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1930 (14 PR, 1 KOR; 153 yards)

Returns–Season

66_ _________Davey O’Brien, 1937 (58 PR, 8 KOR; 787 yards)

Returns–Career

140_ ___ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 (71 KOR, 69 PR; 2,572 yards) 137_ ____ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (104 PR, 33 KOR; 2,101 yards)

Yards Returned–Game

229_ _______ Cory Rodgers vs. Louisville, 2004 (8 KOR, 3 PR)

105.0_____________________ Charlie Casper, vs. Texas 1933 (1 return, 105 yards) 100.0__________________ LaTarence Dunbar vs. SMU, 2000 (1 return, 100 yards) 95.0_________________LaTarence Dunbar vs. Nevada, 2000 (1 return, 95 yards) 69.0____________________ Donald Massey vs. Baylor, 2006 (1 return, 69 yards) 58.5_______________________ Cory Rodgers vs. SMU, 2005 (2 returns, 117 yards)

Yards Returned–Season

Return Average–Season

2,572__________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 (69 PR-825 yards; 71 KOR-1,747 yards) 2,101____________________________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (104 PR-1,372 yards; 33 KOR-729 yards)

34.1 ____________ Reggie Hunt, 1999 (13 returns, 443 yards) 33.7* ______ LaTarence Dunbar, 2000 (15 returns, 506 yards) 30.3___________ Cory Rodgers, 2005 (17 returns, 515 yards) 30.3___________ Charlie Casper, 1933 (7 returns, 212 yards) 30.0 ____________Davey O’Brien, 1937 (8 returns, 240 yards)

Return Average–Career (min. 20)

27.4_______ Aaron Brown, 2005-08 (37 returns, 1,015 yards) 25.9 ___________ Jim Fauver, 1962-64 (26 returns, 672 yards) 24.8___ LaTarence Dunbar, 1999-02 (61 returns, 1,513 yards) 24.6_______ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 (71 returns, 1,747 yards) 23.5 _________ Freddie Pouncy, 1971 (21 returns, 494 yards) 22.1 __________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (33 returns, 729 yards)

FROG RECORDS

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

906_ _____________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2004 (31 KOR-723 yards; 18 PR-183 yards) 861_ _____________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003 (23 KOR-509 yards; 32 PR-352 yards) 805_ _____________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2005 (17 KOR-515 yards; 19 PR-290 yards) 787_ ____________________________ Davey O’Brien, 1937 (8 KOR-240 yards; 58 PR-547 yards)

Yards Returned–Career

Touchdowns–Game

1_________________________________ by several players

Touchdowns–Season

3___________________________ Linzy Cole, 1969 (3 punts)

Touchdowns–Career

3________________ LaTarence Dunbar, 1999-02 (3 kickoffs) 3________________________ Linzy Cole, 1968-69 (3 punts) 3_________________ Blanard Spearman, 1930-32 (3 punts)

Touchdowns Returned–Season

2 _____________________ three times: Cory Rodgers, 2005; LaTarence Dunbar, 2000; Freddie Pouncy, 1971

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Touchdowns Returned–Career

3________________________________ Linzy Cole, 1968-69 3_________________________ Blanard Spearman, 1930-32

KICKOFF RETURNS Returns–Game

8____________Cory Rodgers vs. Louisville, 2004 (191 yards) 6 ____________ Toby Morey vs. Texas A&M, 1990 (128 yards) 6 _______________ Clinton Brown vs. SMU, 1984 (163 yards) 6 _____________ Allen Hooker vs. Nebraska, 1975 (83 yards)

Returns–Season

31_ ______________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2004 28_ ______________________________ Allen Hooker, 1975 26_ _______________________________ Toby Morey, 1990 25_ __________________________ LaTarence Dunbar, 2001 23_ ______________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003 23 ________________________________ Toby Morey, 1991 23 ______________________________Charles Britton, 1989

Returns–Career

71_ ___________________________ Cory Rodgers, 2003-05 59 ______________________________Toby Morey, 1989-91 47 _____________________________Allen Hooker, 1973-75 44 ___________________________ Marcus Gilbert, 1979-82 Reggie Hunt’s 34.1 yards per kickoff return average in 1999 set a school record.

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INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE RECORDS Tackles–Game

30_ __________________________ Scott Taft vs. UTEP, 1997 30_ _____________________ Kyle Clifton vs. Houston, 1983 29_ __________________ Scott Harris vs. Kansas State, 1985 27_ _______________________ Charlie Abel vs. Baylor, 1977 25_ _____________________ Jim Bayuk vs. Texas A&M, 1978 23_ ________________________ Kyle Clifton vs. Texas, 1983 23_ _________________________ Kyle Clifton vs. SMU, 1983 23_ ___________________ Kevin Dean vs. North Texas, 1985 22_ __________________________ Joe Hines vs. SMU, 1982 21_ ______________________ Jim Bayuk vs. Arkansas, 1978 21_ _____________________ Jim Bayuk vs. Texas A&M, 1977

Assisted Tackles–Career

258 ________________________ Darrell Patterson, 1979-82 241 ______________________________ Jim Bayuk, 1977-80 229 __________________________ Kelvin Newton, 1977-80 217 _____________________________ Kevin Dean, 1983-86 197 _____________________________Kent Tramel, 1983-87 183 _____________________________ Brad Smith, 1989-92 181 __________________ Reggie Anderson, 1990-91, 93-94 178 ________________________ Michael Moulton, 1991-94

Yards Lost Tackling–Season

189_ __________________ Kyle Clifton, 1983 (82 UT, 107 AT) 179_ _____________ Darrell Patterson, 1980 (47 UT, 132 AT) 167_ _______________ Kelvin Newton, 1980 (38 UT, 129 AT) 161_ ____________________ Jim Bayuk, 1978 (68 UT, 93 AT) 153_ _________________Joseph Phipps 1998 (95 UT, 58 AT) 144_ ______________ Reggie Anderson, 1993 (63 UT, 81 AT) 139_ ____________________ Joe Hines, 1981 (91 UT, 48 AT) 139_ ___________________ Kevin Dean, 1985 (56 UT, 83 AT) 138_ ___________________ Scott Harris, 1985 (60 UT, 78 AT) 136_ __________________ Floyd Terrell, 1987 (85 UT, 51 AT)

125_ ____________________________ Jerry Hughes, 2008 120_ _______________________________Bo Schobel, 2003 120_ _______________________ LaMarcus McDonald, 2002 113_ ____________________________ Aaron Schobel, 1998 108_ _______________________ LaMarcus McDonald, 2001 98_ _______________________________ Chase Ortiz, 2007 94_ ______________________________ Vincent Pryor, 1994 83_ ______________________________ Tommy Blake, 2006 83_ ________________________________ Royal West, 1994 79_ _______________________________ Lenoy Jones, 1992 77_ ____________________________ Greg Townsend, 1981 75_ _______________________________ Chase Ortiz, 2005 75_ _______________________________Darrell Davis, 1989

Tackles–Career

Yards Lost Tackling–Career

Tackles–Season

544 ________________________ Darrell Patterson, 1979-82 392 __________________ Reggie Anderson, 1990-91, 93-94 391 _____________________________Kent Tramel, 1983-87 382 ____________________________ Lenoy Jones, 1992-95 374 _________________________ Falanda Newton, 1985-88 371 _____________________________ Brad Smith, 1989-92 366 __________________________ Kelvin Newton, 1977-80 365 _____________________________ Kevin Dean, 1983-86 361 ______________________________ Jim Bayuk, 1977-80 358 _____________________________ Greg Evans, 1990-93

Unassisted Tackles–Game

21_ __________________________ Scott Taft vs. UTEP, 1997 16_ __________________________Joe Hines vs. Texas, 1981 15_ _______________________________ three players, last: Kyle Clifton vs. Houston, 1983

Unassisted Tackles–Season

315_ _________________________ Aaron Schobel, 1997-00 236_ ____________________ LaMarcus McDonald, 2000-02 215_ ____________________________ Chase Ortiz, 2004-07 211_ __________________________ Tommy Blake, 2004-07 209_ ____________________________ Royal West, 1991-94 205_ ____________________________ Bo Schobel, 2000-03 190_ __________________________ Vincent Pryor, 1991-94 179_ _______________________ Roosevelt Collins, 1988-91 152_ _____________________Jerry Hughes, 2006-Present 152_ ________________________ Marvin Godbolt, 2001-04

Sacks–Game

4.5___________________ Vincent Pryor vs. Texas Tech, 1994 4.5______________________ David Spradlin vs. Baylor, 1987 4.0_______________________ Jerry Hughes vs. BYU, 2008

Sacks–Season

95_ _____________________________ Joseph Phipps, 1998 93_ ___________________________ Darrell Patterson, 1981 91_ _________________________________ Joe Hines, 1981 85_ _______________________________Reggie Hunt, 1998 85_ _______________________________ Floyd Terrell, 1987 82_ ________________________________Kyle Clifton, 1983

17.0______________________ Bo Schobel, 2003 (101 yards) 15.0___________________Jerry Hughes, 2008 (113 yards) 10.0____________________ Aaron Schobel, 1999 (63 yards) 9.5________________________ Chris Piland, 1995 (50 yards) 9.0________________________ Chase Ortiz, 2007 (70 yards) 9.0________________________ Chase Ortiz, 2005 (64 yards) 9.0_________________________Royal West, 1993 (58 yards)

Unassisted Tackles–Career

Sacks–Career

286_ _______________________ Darrell Patterson, 1979-82 246_ ________________________ Falanda Newton, 1985-88 217_ ___________________________ Lenoy Jones, 1992-95 211_ _________________ Reggie Anderson, 1990-91, 93-94 210_ ____________________________ Greg Evans, 1990-93 195_ ___________________________ Reggie Hunt, 1996-99 194_ __________________________ Jason Phillips, 2005-08 194_ ____________________________Kent Tramel, 1983-87 192_ ____________________________Curtis Fuller, 1998-00

Assisted Tackles–Game

20 ___________________ Scott Harris vs. Kansas State, 1985 17 ______________________ Jim Bayuk vs. Texas Tech, 1978 16 __________________________ Kyle Clifton vs. SMU, 1983 15 ________________________________ three players, last:  Kyle Clifton vs. Houston, 1983

Assisted Tackles–Season

132_ __________________________ Darrell Patterson, 1980 129_ ____________________________ Kelvin Newton, 1980 107_ _______________________________Kyle Clifton, 1983

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Pass Interceptions–Season

8__________________________________ Jason Goss, 2002 8________________________________ Sean Thomas, 1984 8________________________________ Ronald Fraley, 1952 7__________________ three players, last: Greg Evans, 1992

Pass Interceptions–Career

18_ ___________________________ Ronald Fraley, 1951-53 16_ ___________________________ Davey O’Brien 1936-38 16_ ________________________ Jimmy Lawrence, 1933-35 15_ _________________________ Falanda Newton, 1985-88 14_ _____________________________ Jason Goss, 1999-02 14_ _____________________________ Greg Evans, 1990-93 13_ ___________________________ Darrell Lester, 1933-35

Interceptions Return Yards–Game

104_ ______________ Lyle Blackwood vs. Washington, 1971 99_ _______________ Quincy Butler vs. Southern Miss, 2004 85_ _________________ Falanda Newton vs. Houston, 1986 80_ _______________________ Billy Fondren vs. Texas, 1968 78_ ________________________ LaVar Veale vs. Tulsa, 1998

Interceptions Return Yards–Season

155 ______________________ Lyle Blackwood, 1971 (5 Int.) 128 ________________________ John Richards, 1965 (5 Int.) 125 __________________________Rico Wesley, 1992 (6 Int.)

Interceptions Return Yards–Career

274_ _________________ Falanda Newton, 1985-88 (15 Int.) 242_ _____________________ Greg Evans, 1990-93 (14 Int.) 185_ ______________________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (8 Int.)

Return Average–Game (min. 2 Int.)

52.0_______________ Lyle Blackwood vs. Washington, 1971

Return Average–Season (min. 5 Int.)

31.0______________________ Lyle Blackwood, 1971 (5-155)

Return Average–Career (min. 8 Int.)

23.1_______________________ Lindy Berry, 1946-49 (8-185) 18.9_____________________John Richards, 1964-66 (9-170)

Touchdowns Returned–Season

2________________________________ Billy Fondren, 1968

Touchdowns Returned–Career

2________________________________Tony Rand, 1989-92 2_____________________________ Billy Fondren, 1967-69 2____________________________ Charlie Casper, 1932-34

Longest Interception Returns

31.0_________________Aaron Schobel, 1997-00 (220 yards) 28.5____________________Bo Schobel, 2000-03 (155 yards) 23.0__________________ Tommy Blake, 2004-07 (154 yards) 22.0____________________ Royal West, 1991-94 (138 yards) 20.5___________________ Chase Ortiz, 2004-07 (154 yards) 18.0_______________ Roosevelt Collins, 1988-91 (108 yards)

99_ _______________ Quincy Butler vs. Southern Miss, 2004 85_ _________________ Falanda Newton vs. Houston, 1986 83_ _______________ Lyle Blackwood vs. Washington, 1971 82_ _____________ Anthony Hickman vs. New Mexico, 1991 80_ _______________________ Billy Fondren vs. Texas, 1968

Sack Yards–Game

95_ _________________________ Larry Terrell vs. Rice, 1959 89_ _________________ Charlie Owens vs. Texas A&M, 2001 80_ _______________________ Robert Lyles vs. Texas, 1983

34_ __________________ Vincent Pryor, vs. Texas Tech, 1994

Sack Yardage–Season

113_ _________________ Jerry Hughes, 2008 (15.0 sacks) 101_ _____________________ Bo Schobel, 2003 (17.0 sacks) 74_ _______________ LaMarcus McDonald, 2002 (8.5 sacks) 70_ _______________________Chase Ortiz, 2007 (9.0 sacks) 65_ ____________________ Aaron Schobel, 1998 (7.5 sacks) 65_ _____________________ Vincent Pryor, 1994 (8.0 sacks) 64 ________________________Chase Ortiz, 2005 (9.0 sacks)

Pass Interceptions–Game

3___________________ Joseph Phipps vs. Oklahoma, 1998 3__________________________ Allen Hooker vs. Rice, 1975 3________________________Ronald Fraley vs. Baylor, 1952 3____________________ Homer Tompkins vs. Kansas, 1949 3________________________ Hubert Dennis vs. Rice, 1930

Longest Fumble Returns


OPPONENT OFFENSIVE RECORDS RUSHING

First Downs Rushing–Game

27_ __________________________________ Houston, 1980

Fewest First Downs Rushing–Game

0______________________________Northern Illinois, 2006 0_____________________________________Arizona, 2003 0_________________________________ Fresno State, 1998 0_____________________________ Hardin-Simmons, 1930 0__________________________________ Texas A&M, 1930

FROG RECORDS

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First Downs Rushing–Season

180_ _________________________________________ 1984

Fewest First Downs Rushing–Season

35_ __________________________________________ 2008 41_ __________________________________________ 1942

Carries–Game

85_ _________________________________ Arkansas, 1980

Fewest Carries–Game

15_ ________________________________ Texas Tech, 2006 15_ __________________________________Arkansas, 1938

Bo Schobel crushed the TCU single-season record with 17.0 sacks during his senior season in 2003.

Carries–Season

PASSING

Fewest Completions–Game

20_ ______________________________________BYU, 2005 20_ ___________________________________ Tulane, 1986

Completions–Season

714_ _________________________________________ 1980

Fewest Carries–Season

325_ _________________________________________ 1938

Yards–Game

606_ _______________________________ Texas A&M, 1977 518_ _______________________________ Texas A&M, 1976 517_ ____________________________________Texas, 1969 507_ _________________________________ Houston, 1980

Fewest Yards–Game –­ 53_ __________________________________ Tulane, 2002

–­ 47_ ________________________________ Louisville, 2001 ­–34_ ____________________________________ SMU, 1957 ­–32_ __________________________ Hardin-Simmons, 1932 ­–26_ ________________________________ Louisville, 2002 ­–26_ _____________________________ UT Arlington, 1971 ­–23_ ___________________________ USC (Sun Bowl), 1998 ­–20_ ____________ Northern Illinois (Poinsettia Bowl), 2006 ­–16_ _________________ East Carolina (Mobile Bowl), 1999

First Downs Passing–Game

Fewest First Downs Passing–Game

0________________________ many teams, last: Navy, 2000

First Downs Passing–Season

141_ _________________________________________ 2004

Fewest First Downs Passing–Season

19_ __________________________________1956 and 1938

Attempts–Game

3,419 _________________________________________ 1980

72_ __________________________________ Houston, 1989 65_ __________________________________ Houston, 1992 63_ __________________________________ Houston, 1993 62_ _____________________________ Northwestern, 2004 62_ _______________________________ New Mexico, 1994 62_ __________________________________ Houston, 1991 60_ ______________________________________BYU, 1987 56_ __________________________________ Houston, 1990 56_ ____________________________________ Baylor, 1984 55_ ___________________________________ Hawai’i, 1999

Fewest Yards–Season

Fewest Attempts–Game

Yards–Season

476 __________________________________________ 1932

Highest Average Per Carry–Game

8.4 _________________________________ Texas A&M, 1976

Lowest Average Per Carry–Game –­ 2.3___________________________________ Tulane, 2002 –1.5 _____________________________________ SMU, 1957

Highest Average Per Carry–Season

5.3 ___________________________________________ 1977

Lowest Average Per Carry–Season

2.0*_ _________________________________________ 2002 2.2___________________________________________ 2006 2.3 ___________________________________________ 2000

Touchdowns Rushing–Game

8 _______________________________________Texas, 1974

Touchdowns Rushing–Season

38 ___________________________________________ 1977

0 _____________________________________ Kansas, 1947 1 __________________________________ Texas A&M, 1956

Attempts–Season

465_ _________________________________________ 2007 425_ _________________________________________ 2005 423_ _________________________________________ 2003

Fewest Attempts–Season

99_ __________________________________________ 1954

Completions–Game

42_ __________________________________ Houston, 1992 42_ __________________________________ Houston, 1989 39_ _____________________________ Northwestern, 2004 37_ __________________________________ Houston, 1995 37_ _______________________________ New Mexico, 1994 37_ __________________________________ Houston, 1990 37_ __________________________________ Houston, 1988 33_ ________________________________ Texas A&M, 1982 32_ ______________________________________BYU, 1987 31_ ____________________________________ Baylor, 2006 31 _________________________________ Texas Tech, 2004

0_________________________ many times, last: Rice, 1962

250_ _________________________________________ 2007 231_ _________________________________________ 2004

Fewest Completions–Season

34_ __________________________________________ 1956

Yards–Game

563_ _________________________________ Houston, 1990 517_ _____________________________________BYU, 2005 513_ ____________________________ Northwestern, 2004 490_ _____________________________________BYU, 1988 471_ _______________________________ Texas Tech, 2004 449_ _______________________________ Texas Tech, 1985 443_ _________________________________ Houston, 1976 434_ _________________________________ Houston, 2003 429_ _________________________________ Houston, 1991 417_ _________________________________ Houston, 1995

Fewest Yards–Game

0______________________________________ many times

Yards–Season

3,344_________________________________________ 2004 3,325_________________________________________ 2003 3,000 _________________________________________ 1990

Fewest Yards–Season

497_ _________________________________________ 1956

Passes Had Intercepted–Game

9_______________________________ Howard Payne, 1935 8__________________________________ Centenary, 1935 7______________________________________ Baylor, 1968 7________________________________________Rice, 1930 6_____________________________________ several times

Passes Had Intercepted–Season

45_ __________________________________________ 1935

Fewest Passes Had Intercepted–Season

3____________________________________________ 1974

Touchdown Passes–Game

7____________________________________ Houston, 1990

Touchdown Passes–Season

Fewest Touchdowns Rushing–Season

29_ __________________________________________ 2004

*-Led Nation

Fewest Touchdown Passes–Season

0 ____________________________________________ 1932

3____________________________________________ 1932

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OPPONENT OFFENSIVE RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE

SCORING

105_ ____________________ New Mexico, 1994 (43 R, 62 P) 103_ ______________________Texas A&M, 1986 (68 R, 35 P) 100_ ___________________ Northwestern, 2004 (38 R, 62 P)

81_ _____________________________________Texas, 1974

Offensive Plays–Game

Fewest Plays–Game

28_ ___________________________ Kansas, 1947 (28 R, 0 P)

Offensive Plays–Season

926_ _____________________________ 2007 (461 R, 465 P)

Fewest Plays–Season

496_ _____________________________ 1937 (329 R, 167 P)

First Downs–Game

38_ ________________________________ Texas A&M, 1986 37_ __________________________________Arkansas, 1980 34_ __________________________________ Houston, 1990 33_ ______________________________________BYU, 2005 32_ _____________________________ Northwestern, 2004 32_ _______________________________ New Mexico, 1994 32_ ____________________________________ Baylor, 1984 32_ ____________________________________ Baylor, 1981 32_ ________________________________ Penn State, 1971 32_ _____________________________________Texas, 1969

Fewest First Downs–Game

0_____________________________ Hardin-Simmons, 1930 0__________________________________ Texas A&M, 1930 1_______________________________ Austin College, 1932 1_____________________________ Hardin-Simmons, 1932 2___________________________8 times, last: Kansas, 1947

First Downs–Season

247_ _________________________________________ 1990

Fewest First Downs–Season

60_ __________________________________________ 1932

First Downs by Penalty–Game

6________________________________ UT-Arlington, 1981

First Downs by Penalty–Season

31_ __________________________________________ 2004

Fewest First Downs by Penalty–Season

2____________________________________________ 1937

Yards Offense–Game

827_ _________________________________ Houston, 1990 705_ _______________________________ Texas A&M, 1986 699_ _______________________________ Texas Tech, 1985 687_ _______________________________ Texas A&M, 1977 684_ _________________________________ Houston, 2003 658_ _________________________________Arkansas, 1970 651_ ____________________________________Texas, 1969 637_ ____________________________ Northwestern, 2004 636_ ____________________________________ SMU, 1985 632_ _______________________________ Penn State, 1971

Points Scored–Game

Points Scored–Season

434_ _________________________________________ 1977

Fewest Points Scored–Season

55_ __________________________________________ 1966

Touchdowns Scored–Game

11_ _____________________________________Texas, 1974

Touchdowns Scored–Season

55_ __________________________________________ 1977

Fewest Touchdowns Scored–Season

3____________________________________________ 1932

Field Goals Attempted–Game

6_______________________________ Northwestern, 2004 6_______________________________________ Tulsa, 1980

Field Goals Attempted–Season

30_ __________________________________________ 1981

Fewest Field Goals Attempted–Season

0____________________________________________ 1953

Field Goals Made–Game

PATs Made–Season

53_ __________________________________________ 1976

Fewest PATs Made–Season

0____________________________________________ 1932

PUNTING Punts–Game

20_ ________________________________ Mississippi, 1936 18_ _____________________________________ Tulsa, 1939

Fewest Punts–Game

0____________________________________ Houston, 1980

Punts–Season

138_ _________________________________________ 1936

Fewest Punts–Season

36_ __________________________________________ 1961

TURNOVERS

Turnovers–Game

10_ _____________________Kansas (6 int., 4 fumbles), 1949 9_____________________ Houston (5 int., 4 fumbles), 1992

FUMBLES

Fumbles–Game

5____________________________________Arkansas, 1988

11_ __________________________ Centenary, 1937 (lost 7) 10_ ____________________________ Houston, 1976 (lost 5)

Field Goals Made–Season

Fumbles–Season

22_ __________________________________________ 1981

53_ __________________________________________ 1974

Fewest Field Goals Made–Season

Fewest Fumbles–Season

0_________________________________ 7 times, last: 1957

9____________________________________________ 1995

PATs Attempted–Game

Fumbles Lost–Game

56_ _________________________________ 1976 (made 53)

7___________________________ Texas A&M, 1944 (9 total) 7___________________________Centenary, 1937 (11 total) 6_________________________Northwestern, 2002 (6 total) 5______________________________________ many teams

Fewest PATs Attempted–Season

Fumbles Lost–Season

11_ _____________________________________Texas, 1974

PATs Attempted–Season

3____________________________________________ 1932

27_ __________________________________________ 1978

PATs Made–Game

10_ ________________________________ Texas Tech, 2004 10_ _____________________________________Texas, 1974

Fewest Yards–Game

–32_ __________________________ Hardin-Simmons, 1932 5__________________________________ Texas Tech, 1955 8__________________________________ Texas Tech, 1930 12_ ________________________________ Texas A&M, 1930 12_ __________________________________Arkansas, 1941

Yards Offense–Season

4,950_________________________________________ 1985

Fewest Yards–Season

1,093_________________________________________ 1932

Tye Gunn threw for 368 yards and four touchdowns to help TCU defeat Northwestern in overtime, 48-45, in 2004. The Frogs managed to pull out the victory despite the Wildcats running 100 plays, the third-highest total ever by a TCU opponent.

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OPPONENT OFFENSIVE RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Attempts

43_ _______________ Anthony Hutchison, Texas Tech, 1982 37_ ___________________ Johnny Hector, Texas A&M, 1980 36_ ________________________Keylon Kincade, SMU, 2002 36_ __________________________ Eric Metcalf, Texas, 1987 35_ ___________________________Trevor Cobb, Rice, 1992

Yards–Game

233_ _____________________ Bam Morris, Texas Tech, 1993 230_ ___________________ Curtis Dickey, Texas A&M, 1978 226_ ______________________ Sloan Hood, Houston, 1985 219_ _________________ Earnest Jackson, Texas A&M, 1981

Touchdowns Rushing–Game

5_________________________ Billy Taylor, Texas Tech, 1977

Avg. Gain Per Carry–Game (min. 10 att.)

12.3________________________ June Henley, Kansas, 1995 12.1_____________________Darren Lewis, Texas A&M, 1987 11.6_____________________Jerry Eckwood, Arkansas, 1975 11.5__________________ Earnest Jackson, Texas A&M, 1981 11.2__________________________ Eric Metcalf, Texas, 1985

INDIVIDUAL PASSING Attempts–Game

65_ _____________________ Jimmy Klingler, Houston, 1992 63_ _______________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 62_ _________________ Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2004 62_ ____________________ Stoney Case, New Mexico, 1994 62_ _____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1991 55_ ______________________ Dan Robinson, Hawai’i, 1999 55_ _________________________Tom Muecke, Baylor, 1984 53_ _____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 51_ ______________ Kevin O’Connell, San Diego State, 2007 51_ ____________________________ John Beck, BYU, 2005 51_ ________________________ Dan Freiburger, SMU, 1992

Completions–Game

42_ _______________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 42_ _____________________ Jimmy Klingler, Houston, 1992 39_ _________________ Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2004 37_ ____________________ Stoney Case, New Mexico, 1994 36_ _____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 35_ ____________________Chuck Clements, Houston, 1995 32_ _____________________ Gary Kubiak, Texas A&M, 1982 31_ ________________________ Dan Freiburger, SMU, 1992 31_ __________________________ Shawn Bell, Baylor, 2006 30_ ____________________________ John Beck, BYU, 2005 30_ ___________________ Sonny Cumbie, Texas Tech, 2004

Yards–Game

563_ ____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 517_ ___________________________ John Beck, BYU, 2005 513_ ________________ Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2004 490_ __________________________ Sean Covey, BYU, 1988 477_ ______________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 441_ __________________ Sonny Cumbie, Texas Tech, 2004 434_ _______________________ Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003 429_ ____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1991 422_ _____________________ Billy Tolliver, Texas Tech, 1985 417_ ___________________Chuck Clements, Houston, 1995

Touchdowns Passing–Game

Completion Percentage–Game

80.0________________________ Matt Kiefer, Missouri, 1990 (28-of-35) 80.0___________________ Bubba McGallion, Houston, 1976 (12-of-15) 78.6____________________ Chuck Fusina, Penn State, 1978 (11-of-14) 77.7________________________ Roch Hontas, Tulane, 1979 (28-of-36)

Passes Had Intercepted–Game

5_______________________ Jimmy Klingler, Houston, 1992 5__________________________ Tommy Kramer, Rice, 1975 5___________________________ Chuck Hixson, SMU, 1970 5_________________________ Jim Barnes, Centenary, 1940

INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Receptions–Game

19_ _____________________ Manny Hazard, Houston, 1989 13_ _____________________ Manny Hazard, Houston, 1990 13_ _________________ Tom Waddle, Boston College, 1988 12_ _________________Mark Philmore, Northwestern, 2004 12_ ______________________ Jason Phillips, Houston, 1987 11_ __________________ Jovon Bouknight, Wyoming, 2005 11_ ___________________________ Will Ursin, Tulane, 1993 11_ ________________________ Sam Smith, Houston, 1992 11_ _______________________ James Grant, Houston, 1991 11_ _______________________James Dixon, Houston, 1988 11_ ______________________ Jason Phillips, Houston, 1988 11_ ___________________________ Earl Cooper, Rice, 1979

Pass Receiving Yards–Game

257_ __________________ Dennis Northcutt, Arizona, 1999 232_ ________________ Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2003 211_ ____________________ Jarrett Hicks, Texas Tech, 2004 206_ _________________ Manuel Johnson, Oklahoma, 2008 202_ _______________Jonathan Fields, Northwestern, 2004 202_ __________________________ Matt Bellini, BYU, 1988 201_ __________________Stanley Morgan, Tennessee, 1973 194_ ____________________ Manny Hazard, Houston, 1989 191_ _________________________ Marc Zeno, Tulane, 1986 188_ ________________________ Don Bass, Houston, 1976

Touchdowns Receptions–Game

4___________________________ Don Bass, Houston, 1976 3____________________ Manuel Johnson, Oklahoma, 2008 3____________________________Todd Watkins, BYU, 2005 3__________________Jonathan Fields, Northwestern, 2004 3_____________________ Dennis Northcutt, Arizona, 1999 3_______________________Raymond Bonner, Baylor, 1992 3_______________________ Michael Grant, Houston, 1990 3_______________________ Manny Hazard, Houston, 1989 3_________________________ Ansel Cole, Texas Tech, 1985 3_______________________ Alton Baldwin, Arkansas, 1945

Avg. Gain Per Reception–Game (min. 3 rec.)

41.2__________________ Manuel Johnson, Oklahoma, 2008 (5-for-206 yards) 38.7_________________ Brandon Middleton, Houston, 2003 (6-for-232 yards) 38.6______________________ Tom Scott, Washington, 1971 (3-for-116 yards) 38.6__________________________ Mark Zeno, Tulane, 1986 (3-for-116 yards)

INDIVIDUAL TOTAL OFFENSE Plays–Game

78_ _____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1991 77_ ____________________ Stoney Case, New Mexico, 1994 70_ _____________________ Jimmy Klingler, Houston, 1992 69_ _________________ Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2004 67_ _______________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 63_ _____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 63_ _________________________Tom Muecke, Baylor, 1984 62_ ____________________________ Kevin O’Connell, 2007 62_ ______________________ Terrence Jones, Tulane, 1986 61_ ____________________________ John Beck, BYU, 2005

FROG RECORDS

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Yards Offense–Game

625_ ____________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 578_ _______________________ Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003 548_ ________________ Brett Basanez, Northwestern, 2004 509_ ___________________________ John Beck, BYU, 2005 507_ ______________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 484_ _____________________ Terrence Jones, Tulane, 1986 479_ __________________________ Sean Covey, BYU, 1988 464_ ___________________ Stoney Case, New Mexico, 1994 435_ __________________ Sonny Cumbie, Texas Tech, 2004 424_ _____________ Kevin O’Connell, San Diego State, 2007

Touchdowns Responsible For–Game

7_______________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 6_________________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 5______________________________ John Beck, BYU, 2005 5__________________________ Richard Irvin, Tulane, 2004 5_________________________ Darrrell Hackney, UAB, 2004 5__________________________ Kevin Kolb, Houston, 2003 5_____________________Billy Joe Tolliver, Texas Tech, 1985 5_________________________ Billy Taylor, Texas Tech, 1977

Touchdowns Scored–Game

5_________________________ Billy Taylor, Texas Tech, 1977 4____________________________________ several players

INDIVIDUAL KICKING

Field Goals Attempted–Game

6___________________Brian Huffman, Northwestern, 2004 6______________________________ Stu Crum, Tulsa, 1980 5_______________________________four different players

Field Goals Made–Game

5______________________ Kendall Trainor, Arkansas, 1988 4_____________________________ three different players, last: Scott Slater, Texas A&M, 1987

PATs Attempted–Game

10_ _______________________ Alex Trlica, Texas Tech, 2004 10_ __________________________ Billy Schott, Texas, 1974 9____________________________________ several players

PATs Made–Game

10_ _______________________ Alex Trlica, Texas Tech, 2004 10_ __________________________ Billy Schott, Texas, 1974 9__________________________three different players, last: Scott Slater, Texas A&M, 1986

7_______________________ David Klingler, Houston, 1990 6_________________________ Andre Ware, Houston, 1989 5_________________ four times, last: John Beck, BYU, 2005

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LONGEST PLAYS IN TCU HISTORY TCU’S LONGEST PLAYS Rushing

89_ _________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. UTEP, 2000 89_ ___________ LaDainian Tomlinson vs. San Jose St., 1999 87_ __________________ Andre Davis vs. New Mexico, 1994 82_ ________________Cy Leland vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 82_ ________________ Kenneth Davis vs. North Texas, 1984 82_ _____________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Houston, 1987 81_ _______________________Tony Jeffery vs. Tulane, 1986 80_ _____________________Corey Connally, Houston, 2001 80_ _________________LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Tulsa, 1999 80_ _______________ Curtis Modkins vs. New Mexico, 1992 80_ _______________________ Tony Jeffery vs. Baylor, 1987 80_ ____________________Marcus Gilbert vs. Auburn, 1981 80_ _____________________Ken Wineburg vs. Kansas, 1956 80_ ________________________ Jim Swink vs. Kansas, 1955

Passing

99_ ____________________Scott Ankrom to James Maness, vs. Rice, 1984 98_ __________________ Brandon Hassell to Reggie Harrell, vs. Arizona, 2003 89_ _______________________ Max Knake to Jimmy Oliver, vs. Texas Tech, 1994 88_ ______________________Leon Clay to Kyle McPherson, vs. Arkansas, 1990 88_ ____________________ Matt Vogler to Kyle McPherson, vs. Houston, 1990 86_ _____________________ Leon Clay to Stephen Shipley, vs. Air Force, 1989 84_ __________________ Marcus Jackson to Aaron Brown, vs. Baylor, 2006 84_ ____________________ Jeff Ballard to Michael DePriest, vs. Iowa State, 2005 82_ _____________________ Tye Gunn to Michael DePriest, vs. Northwestern, 2004 82_ ________________ Steve Stamp to Stanley Washington, vs. Texas Tech, 1980 80_ _______________________ Tye Gunn to Ricky Madison, vs. Tulane, 2003 80_ ___________________ Casey Printers to Adrian Madise, vs. Louisville, 2001 80_ _____________________ Matt Vogler to Cedric Jackson, vs. Houston, 1990 78_ __________________________Steve Judy to Linzy Cole, vs. SMU, 1969 77_ _____________________ Jeff Ballard to Donald Massey, vs. Wyoming, 2006 77_ _______________________ Steve Bayuk to Mike Renfro, vs. Texas Tech, 1976 75_ ____________________ Casey Printers to Cedric James, vs. UTEP, 2000 75_ _______________ Anthony Sciaraffa to Greg Arterberry, vs. Houston, 1983 75_ ______________________ Glenn Cowart to Logan Ware, vs. Arkansas, 1939

Punting

94_ _________________ Carl Knox vs. Oklahoma A&M, 1947 85_ ______________________ Sammy Baugh vs. SMU, 1934 82_ _______________________ Jim Fauver vs. Kansas, 1964 79_ _____________________ Joey Biasatti vs. Nevada, 2000 79_ ____________________ Cameron Young vs. Texas, 1977 78_ ____________ Grassy Hinton vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 77_ __________________________Carl Knox vs. Texas, 1946 77_ _______________________ Chris Becker vs. Baylor, 1986 74_ _____________ Royce Huffman vs. North Carolina, 1997 74_ ___________________ James Gargus vs. Houston, 1983

Punt Returns

93_ _________________________ Cy Leland vs. Baylor, 1929 90_ ___________________ Jim Shofner vs. Ohio State, 1957 89_ _______________ Danny Colbert vs. Oklahoma St., 1970 85_ ______________________ LaVar Veale vs. Nevada, 2000 83_ ___________________________Jim Lucas vs. Rice, 1943 81_ _____________________ Linzy Cole vs. Texas Tech, 1969 70_ ____________________Phillip Epps vs. Texas Tech, 1981

Kickoff Returns

105_ ____________________ Charles Casper vs. Texas, 1933 100_ ______________________ Cory Rodgers vs. BYU, 2005 100_ __________________ LaTarence Dunbar vs. SMU, 2000 100_ __________________ Frank Horak vs. Texas Tech, 1965 100_ ________________________ Phillip Epps vs. Rice, 1978 100_ ________________ Carl Knox vs. Oklahoma A&M, 1946 97_ ______________________ Derrick Cullors vs. SMU, 1992 96_ ________________ LaTarence Dunbar vs. Houston, 2002 95_ _________________LaTarence Dunbar vs. Nevada, 2000 95_ _________________ Reggie Hunt vs. Fresno State, 1999 95_ __________________ Freddie Pouncy vs. Penn St., 1971 95_ __________________________Cy Leland vs. Texas, 1929

Interception Returns

99_ _______________ Quincy Butler vs. Southern Miss, 2004 85_ _________________ Falanda Newton vs. Houston, 1986 83_ _______________ Lyle Blackwood vs. Wash­ing­ton, 1971 82_ _____________ Anthony Hickman vs. New Mexico, 1991 80_ _______________________ Billy Fondren vs. Texas, 1968 78_ ________________________ LaVar Veale vs. Tulsa, 1998 77_ ______________ Paul Llewellyn vs. Bowling Green, 1988 75_ _______________________ Rico Wesley vs. Baylor, 1992 75_ ________________ Dennis McGehee vs. Nebraska, 1975 70_ ____________________ Darryl Lowe vs. Nebraska, 1975

Fumble Returns

95_ _________________________ Larry Terrell vs. Rice, 1959 89_ _________________ Charlie Owens vs. Texas A&M, 2001 80 ________________________ Robert Lyles vs. Texas, 1983 65_ __________________ Curtis Fuller vs. Colorado St., 1998 60_ _________________________ Blair Cherry vs. Rice, 1923 58_ ______________________ Marvin Lasater vs. Rice, 1958 55_ ________________ Reginald Cottingham vs. Texas, 1980

Field Goals

57_ _____________________ Michael Reeder vs. UTEP, 1996 56_ ___________________ Steve Mormon vs. Oregon, 1977 52_ ___________________ Peter LoCoco vs. Wyoming, 2005 52_ ___________________ Michael Reeder vs. Kansas, 1996 52_ _____________________ Michael Reeder vs. UTEP, 1997 52_ __________________________ Ken Ozee vs. Texas, 1982 52_ ____________________ Greg Porter vs. Utah State, 1981 51_ ________________ Chris Manfredini, vs. Wyoming, 2007 51_ _____________________ Michael Reeder vs. UTEP, 1996 51_ ___________________ Jeff Wilkinson vs. Houston, 1992 51_ _________________________ Ken Ozee vs. Baylor, 1982 50_ _________________ Ross Evans vs. New Mexico, 2008 50_ ___________________ Nick Browne vs. Vanderbilt, 2003 50_ ____________________Nick Browne vs Cincinnati, 2002 50_ ____________________ Nick Browne vs. Louisville, 2001 50_ __________________ Chris Kaylakie vs. Vanderbilt, 1998 50_ __________________________ Ken Ozee vs. SMU, 1982 50_ _____________________Steve Mormon vs. Baylor, 1977 50_ __________________ Berl Simmons vs. Texas Tech, 1971

OPPONENT’S LONGEST PLAYS Rushing

96_ _________________________ Chris Gilbert, Texas, 1967 95_ ________________________ Greg Hill, Texas A&M, 1993 93_ ______________________________ King Hill, Rice, 1957 90_ ____________________ Darrell Smith, Texas A&M, 1976 90_ _________________ Donnie Anderson, Texas Tech, 1964 82_ _____________________________Terry Orr, Texas, 1984

Passing

97_ ___________________ Kevin O’Connell to Chaz Shilens, vs. San Diego State, 2007 95_ __________________Fred Mortenson to John Jefferson, Arizona State, 1975 89_ __________________ Doug Samuels to Eric McPherson, Utah State, 1981 89_ ________________ Joe Jack Pearce to Raymond Reeves, Baylor, 1931 88_ ____________________ Rodney Allison to Brian Nelson, Texas Tech, 1976 87_ ___________________ Jimmy Williams to Derek Russell, Arkansas, 1988

Punting

81_ __________________________ Dave Sherer, SMU, 1957 80_ ________________________ Clinton Parsons, Rice, 1990

Field Goals

57_ _____________________ Ryan Harrison, Air Force, 2007 56_ ___________________________ Mike Dean, Texas, 1974 55_ ______________________Ken Vinyard, Texas Tech, 1966 54_ ______________________ Aaron Elling, Wyoming, 1998

Punt Returns

92_ ______________________ Lawrence Elkins, Baylor, 1962 92_ ___________________________ Fred Jacobs, Rice, 1942 89_ ___________________________ Jerry Levias, SMU, 1968 87_ _________________ Sam Simmons, Northwestern, 1999 84_ __________________ LaDouphyous McCalla, Rice, 1997 84_ ___________________ Leonard Harris, Texas Tech, 1983 84_ ____________________ Arthur Whittington, SMU, 1974

Kickoff Return

100_ _________________________Fred Smith, Tulane, 2003 100_ _________________ Jason Wright, Northwestern, 2002 99_____________________________Carl Swierc, Rice, 1973 99_________________________ Macon Hughes, Rice, 1970 98______________________ Kim Phillips, North Texas, 1986

Interception Returns

100_ ______________________ Bill Hobbs, Texas A&M, 1967 99____________________________ Joe Joiner, Baylor, 1945 97________________________ Kenny Bryant, Oregon, 1977 95_________________ David Verner, Oklahoma State, 1993 95________________________ Howard Fields, Baylor, 1979

Brandon Hassell (left) hit Reggie Harrell with a 98-yard strike for the second-longest pass in TCU history vs. Arizona in 2003.

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS SINGLE-GAME SCORING Most Points Combined

1.________ 117_ ______________ vs. Houston, 2003 (62-55) 2.________ 105_ _____________vs. Texas Tech, 2004 (35-70) 3.________ 101_ ______________ vs. BYU (OT), 2005 (51-50) 4.________ 97_ __________________ vs. Texas, 1974 (16-81) 5.________ 95_ _______________ vs. Houston, 1992 (46-49) 6.________ 94_ _______________ vs. Houston, 1991 (49-45) 7.________ 93_ ___________vs. Northwestern, 2004 (48-45) 8. ________ 91_ _______________ vs. Houston, 1990 (35-56) 9.________ 89_ ___________________ vs. USF, 2004 (44-45) 10._ ______ 84_ _____________ vs. Texas A&M, 1986 (10-74)

FROG RECORDS

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Most Points Scored

1.________ 68_ ___________ vs. Austin College, 1932 (68-0) 2.________ 67_ _________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 (67-7) 3.________ 62_ _______________ vs. Houston, 2003 (62-55) 62_ ___________________ vs. SMU, 2000 (62-7) 62_ _____________ vs. Utah State, 1984 (62-18) 62_ _________ vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 (62-0) 7.________ 61_ _____________ vs. Daniel Baker, 1929 (61-0) 8.________ 60_ _____________ vs. New Mexico, 1991 (60-7) 9.________ 59_ ___________ vs. Austin College, 1917 (59-0) 10._ ______ 56_ __________________ vs. Tulsa, 1999 (56-17)

Most Points Allowed

1.________ 81_ __________________ vs. Texas, 1974 (16-81) 2.________ 74_ _____________ vs. Texas A&M, 1986 (10-74) 3.________ 72_ ___________________ vs. Texas, 1915 (0-72) 4.________ 70_ ______________vs. Texas Tech, 2004 (35-70) 5.________ 69_ ___________________ vs. Texas, 1969 (7-69) 6.________ 66_ _____________ vs. Penn State, 1971 (14-66) 7.________ 64_ ______________ vs. Nebraska, 1976 (10-64) 8.________ 63_ _______________vs. Texas Tech, 1985 (7-63) 63_ ________________ vs. Houston, 1978 (6-63) 63_ ___________ vs. Centre College, 1920 (7-63)

Largest Margin Victory

1.________ 68_ ___________ vs. Austin College, 1932 (68-0) 2.________ 62_ _________ vs. Abilene Christian, 1930 (62-0) 3.________ 61_ _____________ vs. Daniel Baker, 1929 (61-0) 4.________ 60_ _________ vs. Stephen F. Austin, 2008 (67-7) 5.________ 59_ ___________ vs. Austin College, 1917 (59-0) 59_ ________ vs. Deaf & Dumb Inst., 1908 (59-0) 7.________ 55_ ___________________ vs. SMU, 2000 (62-7) 55_ _____________ vs. Daniel Baker, 1932 (55-0) 9.________ 53_ ___________ vs. Howard Payne, 1912 (53-0) 53_ _____________ vs. New Mexico, 1991 (60-7)

TCU set its all-time home attendance record in 2003 with an average of 36,155 fans each game.

MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

Largest Margin Defeat

1.________ 72_ ___________________ vs. Texas, 1915 (0-72) 2.________ 65_ __________________ vs. Texas, 1974 (16-81) 3.________ 64_ _____________ vs. Texas A&M, 1986 (10-74) 4.________ 62_ ___________________ vs. Texas, 1969 (7-69) 62_ _______________vs. Ohio State, 1969 (0-62) 6.________ 58_ ______________ vs. Penn State, 1978 (0-58) 58_ ___________________ vs. Texas, 1970 (0-58) 8.________ 57_ ________________ vs. Houston, 1978 (6-63) 9.________ 56_ ______________ vs. Texas A&M, 1993 (3-59) 56_ _______________vs. Texas Tech, 1985 (7-63)

Undefeated and Untied Team

Longest Road Non-Losing Streak

Undefeated but Tied Teams

Longest Home Non-Winning Streak

1938_ _____________________________________ 11-0-0

1932_ _____________________________________ 10-0-1 1929_ ______________________________________ 9-0-1 1899_ ______________________________________ 0-0-1

Longest Undefeated Streak

20_ ______________________________________ 1928-30

Victories–Season

12_ ________________________________________ 1935 11_ _____________________1938, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008 10_ __________________________1932, 1933, 2000, 2002

Losses–Season

14_ ______________________________________ 1928-31

16_ ______________________________________ 1977-80

Longest Road Non-Winning Streak

22_ ______________________________________ 1973-77

Shutouts–Season

9__________________________________________ 1930 7_________________________________1931, 1932, 1936

Shutouts Suffered–Season

5____________________________1902, 1903, 1904, 1906 4____________________________1898, 1919, 1924, 1947

11_ ________________________________________ 1976 10_ _______________________________1975, 1980, 1997

Consecutive Shutouts

Longest Winning Streak

Consecutive Shutouts Suffered

14_ ______________________________________ 1937-38

Longest Losing Streak

20_ ______________________________________ 1974-75

Longest Home Winning Streak

13_ ______________________________________ 2001-03

6__________________________________________ 1930

12_ ______________________________________ 1898-03

Home Attendance–Season Total

216,931_____________________________________ 2003

Home Attendance–Season Average

36,155______________________________________ 2003

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BOWL RECORDS TEAM

Most Points Scored

37: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 31: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 28: vs. East Carolina, 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl 28: vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 28: vs. Syracuse, 1957 Cotton Bowl

Most Points Allowed

63: vs. Centre College, 1921 Fort Worth Dixie Classic 40: vs. Georgia, 1942 Orange Bowl 34: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 34: vs. Oklahoma A&M, 1945 Cotton Bowl

Most Yards Total Offense

494: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 456: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 410: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 366: vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl

Most Plays Total Offense

87: vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 86: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 80: vs. Colorado State, 2002 AXA Liberty Bowl 79: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 78: vs. Texas Western, 1965 Sun Bowl

Most First Downs

28: vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 26: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 23: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 21: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 19: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 19: vs. Colorado State, 2002 Liberty Bowl

Most Yards Rushing

314: vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 280: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 275: vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 233: vs. Mississippi, 1956 Cotton Bowl

Most Rushes

61: vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 57: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 54: vs. Mississippi, 1956 Cotton Bowl 52: vs. Colorado State, 2002 Liberty Bowl

Most Yards Passing

275: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 258: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 249: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 225: vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl

Most Passes Attempted

36: vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 33: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 30: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 30: vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl 29: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 29: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

Most Passes Completed

21: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 21: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 19: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 17: vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl 16: vs. Colorado State, 2002 Liberty Bowl

Most Penalties

14: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 11: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 11: vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl 9: vs. Colorado State, 2002 Liberty Bowl

Most Yards Penalized

134: vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 87: vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl 85: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 80: vs. Mississippi, 1956 Cotton Bowl 80: vs. East Carolina, 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl 80: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

Most Touchdowns Scored

5: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 4: vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 4: vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 4: vs. Syracuse, 1957 Sun Bowl 4: vs. Georgia, 1942 Orange Bowl

Fewest Yards Rushing by an Opponent

-16: by East Carolina, 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl -20; by Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl -23: by USC, 1998 Sun Bowl

INDIVIDUAL

Most Yards Total Offense

281: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 277: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Iowa, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 275: Jeff Ballard vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 270: Brandon Hassell vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 266: Andy Dalton vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 233: Davey O’Brien vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl

Most Plays Total Offense

51: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 49: Jeff Ballard vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 45: Brandon Hassell vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 41: Andy Dalton vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 40: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

Most Yards Rushing

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Most Punts

14: Sammy Baugh vs. LSU, 1936 Sugar Bowl

Best Punting Average

49.8: Joey Biasatti vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl

Most Points Scored

18: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia  Bowl 16: L.D. Meyer vs. Marquette, 1937 Cotton Bowl 16: Bruce Alford vs. Georgia, 1942 Orange Bowl 16: Jim Swink vs. Mississippi, 1956 Cotton Bowl

Most Touchdowns Scored

3: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 2: Cory Rodgers vs. Boise St., 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 2: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Southern Miss, 2000 Mobile Bowl 2: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. East Carolina, 1999 Mobile Bowl 2: Patrick Batteaux vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 2: Basil Mitchell vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 2: L.D. Meyer vs. Marquette, 1937 Cotton Bowl 2: Bruce Alford vs. Georgia, 1942 Orange Bowl 2: Jim Swink vs. Mississippi, 1956 Cotton Bowl

Most Punt Returns

6: Brian Bonner vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

91: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 89: LaTarence Dunbar vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl

36: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. East Carolina, 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl 28: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Southern Miss, 2000 GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl 28: Patrick Batteaux vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 23: Lonta Hobbs vs. Boise St., 2003 Fort Worth Bowl

Most Yards Passing

89: Brian Bonner vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

Most Kickoff Returns

5: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl

Most Kickoff Yards Returns

Most INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS

50: Marvin Godbolt vs. Colorado State, 2002 Liberty Bowl

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN

50: Marvin Godbolt vs. Colorado State, 2002 Liberty Bowl

275: Jeff Ballard vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 258: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 249: Andy Dalton vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 225: Davey O’Brien vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl 225: Kent Nix vs. Texas Western, 1965 Sun Bowl

Most Passes Attempted

Most Passes Completed

49.8: vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl

107: Reggie Harrell vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 97: Michael DePriest vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 94: Quentily Harmon vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 90: James Maness vs. West Virginia, 1984 Bluebonnet Bowl

Most Rushes

Best Punting Average

Most Times Punted

Most Yards Receiving

Most Punt Return Yards

14: vs. LSU, 1936 Sugar Bowl

6: vs. Georgia, 1942 Orange Bowl

7: Earl Clark vs. Carnegie Tech,1939 Sugar Bowl 7: Adrian Madise vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl 6: Walter Bryant vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 6: Reggie Harrell vs. Boise State, 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 6: Quentily Harmon vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

185: Basil Mitchell vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 124: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. East Carolina, 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl 118: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Southern Miss, 2000 GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl 117: Lonta Hobbs vs. Boise St., 2003 Fort Worth Bowl 115: Bobby Jack Floyd vs. Kentucky, 1952 Cotton Bowl

35: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 33: Jeff Ballard vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 30: Andy Dalton vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 30: Casey Printers vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl 29: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

Most Passes Had Intercepted

Most Pass Receptions

22: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2008 Poinsettia Bowl 21: Andy Dalton vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 21: Jeff Ballard vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 19: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 17: Davey O’Brien vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl

Andy Dalton set several individual TCU bowl records while earning Poinsettia Bowl MVP honors last season.


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TCU FOOTBALL THROUGH THE AGES General

TCU is ready to embark upon its 113th year of Horned Frog football. Through all the years, with the ex­cep­tion of 1900, Frog ballclubs have com­pet­ed on an or­ga­nized basis. Even during the war years, as well as through the Great Depres­ sion, each fall TCU football squads have done bat­tle on the gridiron.

Beginnings

The newfangled game of foot­ball, created in the East, made a quiet and un­of ­fi­cial ap­pear­ance on the TCU campus (AddRan Col­lege as it was then known and lo­cat­ed in Waco, Tex­as, or nearby Thorp Spring) in the fall of 1896. It was then that sev­er­al of the col­lege’s more ro­bust stu­dents, along with the en­thu­si­as­tic sup­port of a cou­ple of young “profs,” Addison Clark, Jr., and A.C. Easley, band­ed to­gether to form a team. Three games were ac­tu­al­ly played that season ... all af­ter Thanks­giv­ing. The first con­test was an 8-6 vic­to­ry over Toby’s Busi­ness College of Waco and the other two games were with the Houston Heavy­weights, a town team. By 1897 the new sport had progressed and AddRan enlisted its first coach, Joe J. Field, to direct the team. Field’s ballclub won three games that autumn, including a first victory over Texas A&M. The only loss was to the Univer­si­ty of Tex­as, 1810. Those games with the Aggies and Longhorns launched foot­ball feuds that car­ried forth for 99 years. In 1899, the first game with Baylor was played to launch still an­oth­ er tra­di­tion­al ri­val­ry. By 1902, the name of the school had been changed to Texas Chris­tian Uni­ver­si­ty. The nick­name, “Horned Frogs,” had been added a few years earlier because “of the abun­dance of those crea­tures around campus.”

TIAA Era

In 1909, the uni­ver­si­ty be­came a member of the old TIAA (Tex­as In­ter­col­le­giate Ath­let­ic As­so­ci­a­tion). Sev­er­al TCU teams re­cord­ed outstanding records, in­clud­ing the 1912 Horned Frog unit, which had an 8-1 mark with the lone loss coming against Tex­as, a team that the Frogs did not beat until 1929. In 1920, a post-World War I team produced TCU’s best record to date, win­ning nine straight games in the regular sea­ son. How­ev­er, a post season bowl (the Dixie Bowl) con­test was booked in Fort Worth with the famed “Prayin’ Colonels” of Centre Col­lege. That proved to be a mis­take as Centre trounced the Frogs, 63-7. L.R. (Dutch) Meyer was an end on that TCU grid elev­en.

SWC Early Years

In 1923, TCU was ad­mit­ted to the still-in­fant Southwest Ath­ let­ic Con­fer­ence, a league which was des­tined to be­come the ma­jor collegiate league of the South­west. In their ini­tial sea­son in the SWC, the Horned Frogs played three games and posted a record of two wins and one loss. Though a young mem­ber of the SWC, over the next few years the Horned Frogs still of­fered some ex­cel­lent re­sults. In 1924, they won one and lost five games to fin­ish in the cel­lar for the only time until 1953. In 1929, under Francis Schmidt, TCU claimed its first SWC title. Led by a bril­liant young quar­ ter­back, Howard Grubbs, who later became the ex­ec­u­tive sec­re­tary of the South­west Con­ference and the Horned Frogs’ first in a line of great passers, TCU won four straight league games.

Dutch Meyer (left) and Abe Martin helped deliver seven of TCU’s 15 conference titles and 12 of the program’s 24 all-time bowl appearances.

Dutch Meyer Era

Abe Martin Era

In 1934, with Schmidt being lured to Ohio State, Leo R. (Dutch) Meyer be­came the Horned Frog grid coach. For the next 19 years, Meyer turned out top teams and pro­duced a bevy of in­di­vid­u­al standouts, in­clud­ing Sammy Baugh, Davey O’Brien, Ki Aldrich, Darrell Lester and many oth­ers. During Baugh’s college days, the Frogs won 12, lost one in 1935; and won nine, lost two and tied a pair in 1936. As a junior, Baugh led TCU to a 3-2 victory in the Sugar Bowl and a national title, but was never able to help the Frogs claim a SWC title.

When Meyer retired from coaching in 1953, his backfield as­sis­tant, Othol (Abe) Mar­tin, took over the coach­ing reins. Abe in­stalled the popular T-formation, and in just three short years had found the cham­pi­on­ship for­mu­la. His 1955 TCU ballclub, led by All-Amer­i­can Jim Swink, waltzed to nine vic­to­ries in 10 games, the only loss be­ing to Tex­as A&M. In 1958, Martin found the vic­to­ry for­mu­la again with good quarterbacking and defense. In 1959, the Frogs disproved the crit­ics to tie Texas and Ar­kan­sas for the crown, post­ing a 5-1 league record.

His successor, Davey O’Brien, took over lead­er­ship of the Frogs for the 1937 and 1938 sea­sons, and during his senior year, paced the Purples to their best record in history. That mag­nif­i­cent ‘38 ballclub was con­sid­ered one of the South­ west Con­fer­ence’s finest some 50 years later. That fall, Meyer’s Horned Frogs rolled to 11 straight wins, in­clud­ing a 15-7 tri­umph over Carnegie Tech in the Sugar Bowl. The club outscored its op­po­nents – 269 to 60 – and never found it­self be­hind, ex­cept briefly in the Sugar Bowl en­coun­ter. After the Sugar Bowl, the Frogs were crowned national cham­pi­ons.

During his 14-year re­gime, Mar­tin com­piled a 76-64-7 mark in Frogland, di­rect­ed the Pur­ples to five post-season bowl games, and pro­duced seven All-Amer­i­cans.

In 1941, TCU fin­ished a solid sec­ond place in the SWC and won another cham­pi­on­ship in ‘44. The Dutchman’s final league crown came in 1951, two years be­fore he became full-time athletics di­rec­tor (Meyer would later re­tire as TCU’s A.D. in 1963).

The 1970s

The decade of the 1970s was, for the most part, one of disappointment for the fans of TCU football. Fred Taylor, the suc­ces­sor to Abe Martin in 1966, guided Horned Frog teams through four seasons, with the best record being a modest 4-6. Jim Pittman was hired from a successful bowl campaign at Tulane, but tragedy struck mid­way through the 1971 season when Pittman was felled by a fatal heart attack during the Baylor game. His chief aide, Billy Tohill, took over and pi­lot­ed TCU through the 1973 sea­son. Then another former Frog great, Jim Shofner, returned from the NFL and

The Frogs clinched their first ti­tle with a 7-7 tie against SMU in the final contest of ‘29. During Schmidt’s re­gime, which last­ed through the 1933 campaign, the Frogs were dou­ble tough. They fin­ished third in 1930, sec­ond in ‘31 and won the SWC title again in 1932 with a perfect 6-0 record. It was the first time that one Southwest Con­fer­ence team had de­feat­ ed all the oth­ers, since a round robin had not been played in any of the previous seasons.

Slingin’ Sammy Baugh (No. 45) led TCU to its first of two national championships in the 1930s under Head Coach Dutch Meyer.

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TCU FOOTBALL THROUGH THE AGES led the Horned Frogs until 1977. The coach­ing door then swung open for F. A. Dry, who brought some impressive credentials from Tulsa. Dry’s TCU teams became known for hard-ball defense and im­pres­sive aerial dis­plays, but a 3-8 mark in 1982 proved to be Dry’s best in six seasons and yet another change of direction was mandated.

Jim Wacker Era

From 1983 through 1991, Horned Frog grid fortunes were in the hands of former NCAA Division II coach­ing leg­end Jim Wacker, who left opulent marks as well as two pairs of national cham­pi­on­ship trophies at both South­west Texas State and Texas Lutheran. Wacker’s first cam­paign at TCU produced only 1-8-2 re­sults, but he steered the Horned Frogs to a dramatic 8-4 turn­around in 1984 en route to a Blue­b­on­net Bowl date. Several na­tion­al, as well as South­ west Conference Coach of the Year honors, ul­ti­mate­ly were awarded to the bubbly Wacker. However, an NCAA probation for discovered infractions in 1985 affected the Frogs’ rise over the next several sea­sons.

Pat Sullivan Era

On January 2, 1992, Pat Sullivan was introduced as the 27th head coach in TCU football history. Sullivan prob­a­bly is best re­mem­bered as a college quarterbacking great at Au­ burn, where he won the Heisman Trophy in 1971. Sullivan instilled confidence along with an ap­pre­ci­a­tion for selfdiscipline into the TCU grid makeup during his initial cam­ paign with the Horned Frogs. Though the Sullivan influence on TCU’s program was obvious from the outset, tangible proof of his impact in Frogland became pronounced during 1994. For the Horned Frog faithful it was a campaign of sweet memories and bona fide successes beginning in early fall with the official dedication of TCU’s Walsh Complex, an ultra-impressive athletic training and weight-conditioning center. Powered by the most prolific offense in the Southwest Conference, an attack spearheaded by quarterback Max Knake and tailback Andre Davis, the Frogs fashioned a 7-4 regularseason mark. En route, they captured a share of the school’s ninth SWC football championship, along with an invitation to the Poulan/WeedEater Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La.

TCU saw a major increase in attendance thanks to its succss on the field in 1994. The increase of 11,062 folks per game (a 42.5 percent increase) was one of the nation’s best that season. Sullivan resigned in November 1997 after six seasons at the Horned Frog grid helm.

The WAC Years

TCU Football in 1996 was almost a double-dose of euphoria. Not only did it mark the 100th-year celebration for the sport, but the University officially became a new member of the expanded Western Athletic Conference as well. The Horned Frog program joined teams from Rice, SMU and Tulsa to form Quadrant 1 of the Mountain Division. Quadrant 2 members were Air Force, UNLV, Colorado State and Wyoming. Pacific Division members of the WAC were New Mexico, UTEP, BYU, along with Fresno State, San Jose State, Hawai’i and San Diego State.

Dennis Franchione Era

In three seasons under Dennis Franchione, the TCU football program took a giant leap forward. In his first season, Fran led the Frogs to a 7-5 record, which included an upset win over USC in the Sun Bowl. The Frogs, who were 1-10 in 1997 under Pat Sullivan, tied Louisville for the biggest turnaround in the country with the six-win improvement in 1998. Although many believed the Frogs stood no chance, Franchione guided the Frogs to a 28-19 win over the vaunted Trojans. The victory was the first bowl win since 1957, when TCU defeated Syracuse in the Cotton Bowl. Then in 1999, TCU claimed a share of the WAC title, earning a trip to the inaugural Mobile Alabama Bowl, where TCU knocked off East Carolina, 28-14. Tailback LaDainian Tomlinson led the country in rushing in 1999, averaging over 168 yards per game for a season total of 1,850 yards. The Frogs came back with one of the best seasons in school history as the new millennium got underway. Moving as high in the polls as No. 9 and carrying the nation’s longest winning streak for a stretch, the Frogs put together a 10-2 campaign. Tomlinson again led the nation in rushing, this time with over 2,000 yards, en route to the Doak Walker Award. Following the season he was the fifth player selected in the NFL Draft.

COACHing HISTORY

Years* Coach 1897 Joe Field 1898 James Morrison 1902 H. E. Hildebrand 1904 C. E. Cronk 1905–1907 E. J. Hyde 1908–1909 J. R. Langley 1910 Kemp Lewis 1911 Henry W. Lever 1912 W. T. Stewart 1913 Fred Cahoon 1914 S. A. Boles 1915 E. Y. Freeland 1916–1917 Milton Daniel 1918 E. M. Tipton 1919 T. D. Hackney 1920–1921 W. L. Driver 1922 John McKnight 1923–1928 Madison A. Bell 1929–1933 Francis A. Schmidt 1934–1952 Dutch Meyer 1953–1966 Abe Martin 1967–1970 Fred Taylor 1971 Jim Pittman 1971–1973 Billy Tohill 1974–1976 Jim Shofner 1977–1982 F. A. Dry 1983–1991 Jim Wacker 1992–1997 Pat Sullivan 1998–2000 Dennis Franchione 2000–present Gary Patterson Overall Record

Record 3-1-0 1-3-1 0-5-1 1-4-1 10-11-2 11-5-1 2-6-1 4-5-0 8-1-0 3-1-2 4-4-2 4-5-0 14-4-1 4-3-0 1-7-0 15-4-1 2-5-3 33-17-5 47-5-5 109-79-13 74-64-7 15-25-1 3-3-1 11-15-0 2-31-0 12-51-3 40-58-2 24-42-1 25-10-0 73-27-0 557-511-57

Pct. .750 .300 .083 .250 .478 .676 .278 .444 .889 .667 .500 .444 .763 .571 .125 .775 .350 .645 .868 .575 .534 .378 .500 .423 .061 .205 .410 .366 .714 .730 .520

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Driver

Pittman

Tohill

Shofner

Ki Aldrich (left), a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, helped TCU post the nation’s top win total of any program during the decade of the 1930s. Max Knake (right) shattered the Frog record books while helping lead the program to a Southwest Conference title and its first bowl game in a decade during the 1994 season.

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TCU FOOTBALL THROUGH THE AGES Conference USA

The Frogs took on a new look in 2001 as they made the move into Conference USA. The 11-member football league included Army, Cincinnati, East Carolina, Houston, Louisville, Memphis, Southern Miss, South Florida, Tulane and UAB. Despite the change in leagues, TCU continued its strong run with a school record six consecutive bowl game appearances and back-to-back top 25 finishes for the first time since the 1950s. Highlighting TCU’s four-year stint in Conference USA was the 2002 CUSA Co-Championship, which the Frogs shared with Cincinnati.

Mountain West Conference

Dennis Franchione (top left), with the help of 1,000-yard rusher Basil Mitchell (top right), guided the Frogs to a Sun Bowl victory over USC in his first season at TCU in 1998. Gary Patterson (bottom left) has led the Frogs to five double-digit win seasons in eight years while helping to hone the talents of such defensive standouts as three-time All-MWC selection Chase Ortiz (bottom right).

TCU began Mountain West Conference play in 2005 and immediately posted a record-breaking campaign. The Frogs, picked to finish sixth, went 8-0 in their debut season to claim their first outright conference title since 1958. TCU became just the third team in MWC history to go undefeated and the first to be 8-0. The Frogs are 25-7 in their opening four seasons of MWC play, which ranks second among all league teams.

Gary Patterson Era

Gary Patterson has posted five 10-win seasons in the last seven years, including four 11-win campaigns since 2003. No other head coach in TCU history has reached 10 victories more than twice. In just eight years, Patterson has a 73-27 record to place third on the Horned Frogs’ career victory chart. His .730 winning percentage is fourth all-time among TCU coaches with more than 20 games under their belt. Patterson has had TCU ranked in the final Top 25 in five of his eight campaigns, including two top-10 finishes in the last four seasons. In his tenure, Patterson has coached 93 All-Conference selections, six All-Americans, 10 Freshman All-Americans and one Academic All-American. He has had 21 players drafted with 41 in NFL camps. Patterson was the 2002 Conference USA and 2005 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. He was also a 2003 finalist for Bobby Dodd and Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year honors.

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CAREER VICTORIES

Dutch Meyer Abe Martin Gary Patterson Francis Schmidt Jim Wacker Madison A. Bell Dennis Franchione Pat Sullivan W. L. Driver Fred Taylor Milton Daniel F. A. Dry Billy Tohill J. R. Langley E. J. Hyde

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GAMES COACHED

Dutch Meyer Abe Martin Gary Patterson Jim Wacker Pat Sullivan F. A. Dry Francis Schmidt Madison A. Bell Fred Taylor Dennis Franchione Jim Shofner Billy Tohill E. J. Hyde W. L. Driver

Abe Martin, Gary Patterson, Francis Schmidt, Jim Wacker, Madison Bell, Dennis Franchione, Pat Sullivan, Fred Taylor and F.A. Dry.

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TCU has garnered national attention in nearly every season. The 2003 Frogs won their opening 10 games in making a BCS run, while the 2005 squad opened the campaign with a 17-10 victory at No. 5 Oklahoma. The Frogs are 5-2 versus Big 12 opponents the last four seasons. TCU has recorded victories in the 2002 Liberty Bowl, 2005 Houston Bowl, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl, 2007 Texas Bowl and 2008 Poinsettia Bowl.


TCU IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS 1929 (No. 7)

TCU’s first Southwest Conference championship team, led by halfback Cy Leland, quarterback Howard Grubbs and All-America guard Mike Brumbelow, finished the season undefeated (9-0-1) and was placed No. 7 in the nation in an unofficial AP ranking. The familiar AP poll of today was not originated until 1936.

1932 (No. 4)

The undefeated Horned Frogs (10-0-1) rose to true national prominence in ‘32 as they romped through the Southwest Conference race with ease and wound up No. 4 in the country in the final rankings of Illustrated Football magazine, the game’s leading authority of the era. Six members of the starting line, anchored by All-America guard Johnny Vaught, were named all-conference, as were both halfbacks, Blanard Spearman and Red Oliver. When Pittsburgh was invited to the Rose Bowl over TCU, the Frogs tried to arrange a postseason game against Tulane, another highly regarded team, but nothing came of it.

1933 (No. 9)

Coach Francis Schmidt produced three teams in the nation’s Top 10 during his five seasons at TCU. The 1933 squad was the third. Paced by halfback Charlie Casper, the Frogs rolled to a 9-2-1 record but closed fast with stunning victories over Texas (30-0), Rice (26-3) and SMU (26-6). This finish impressed the syndicated sportswriter Grantland Rice so much he put TCU No. 9 in the final national rankings of his popular annual ratings service known as Grantland Rice’s Cities Service Football Guide.

1935 (No. 1 • National Champions)

As a TCU lineup produced two All-Americans for the first time – quarterback Sammy Baugh and center Darrell Lester ­­– the Frogs reached the zenith of a national championship in the thrilling season of ‘35. The Frogs were tabbed No. 1 after the bowl games by the Williamson Rating System, the most authoritative poll in the land at the time. TCU wound up No. 1 after its 3-2 victory over powerful LSU in the Sugar Bowl. The Frogs’ only loss had been a narrow one (20-14) to SMU in “The Game of the Century.” But when the Mustangs were upset by Stanford 7-0 in the Rose Bowl on New Year’s Day, the same afternoon that TCU whipped LSU in New Orleans, Williamson crowned TCU No. 1.

1936 (No. 5)

Injuries, freaky upsets and a couple of foul-weather scoreless ties couldn’t keep Sammy Baugh from repeating as an AllAmerican and leading the Frogs to No. 5 in the nation in the final Williamson Rating System. Along the way, Baugh knocked off conference champion Arkansas, rudely upset the nation’s last remaining perfect-record team, Santa Clara, and then won a duel with Marquette in the inaugural Cotton Bowl Classic. All of that left the Frogs with a 9-2-2 record.

1938 (No. 1 • National Champions)

A dream season. This incredible Frog team handily went 11-0, including the 15-7 victory over No. 5 Carnegie Tech in the Sugar Bowl. TCU captured every meaningful No. 1 ranking – AP, Williamson, Helms – turned out eight allconference players on various selections, and three AllAmericans, quarterback Davey O’Brien, center Ki Aldrich, and tackle I.B. Hale. O’Brien received the Heisman, Maxwell and Camp trophies. As the true national champions, the Frogs outpolled three other undefeated elevens in ‘38 – Tennessee, Oklahoma and Duke.

1941 (No. 10)

Quarterback cohorts Kyle Gillespie and Emery Nix led the Frogs to a 7-2-1 record with the aid of All-America tackle Derrell Palmer and all-conference end Bruce Alford. Their only losses were to top-10 teams, No. 6 Fordham and No. 9 Texas A&M. But later, Nix sparked TCU to a memorable 14-7 upset of No. 1-ranked Texas. Ultimately, at the end of the regular season, the Williamson Rating System thought highly enough of the Frogs to rank them No. 10 in the nation. They became the first Southwest Conference team to play in the Orange Bowl, where they lost a wild one to Georgia, 40-26.

1951 (No. 10)

Sophomore Ray McKown, running and passing out of the old Dutch Meyer spread formation, carried the Frogs to their most surprising conference title with only a 6-4 record. Still, these Frogs were ranked No. 10 in the nation in the UPI poll at the season’s end. In so doing, McKown earned All-America honors, as did Keith Flowers and tackle Doug Conaway. In the Cotton Bowl game, TCU outgained Bear Bryant’s Kentucky team by a huge margin, but saw no fewer than five drives stall inside Kentucky’s 10-yard line, and were outscored, 20-7.

1955 (No. 5)

Jim Swink set rushing and scoring records galore as the Frogs loitered the whole season among the nation’s elite and won the Southwest Conference championship. In the end, with a 9-1 regular season record, they were ranked No. 3 by the Litkenhouse System, No. 5 by UPI, and No. 6 by AP. Swink was a unanimous All-America halfback and runner-up for the Heisman Trophy and center Hugh Pitts also made AllAmerica.

1958 (No. 9)

The Frogs breezed to an 8-2 record and the conference crown behind the passing of Hunter Enis, the running of Jack Spikes and Marvin Lasater, and the line play of All-America tackle Don Floyd. TCU was ranked No. 9 in the final UPI poll and No. 10 by the AP. In the Cotton Bowl game they fought undefeated and No. 6-ranked Air Force to a 0-0 tie.

1959 (No. 7)

These Frogs basically put three All-Americas on the field with fullback Jack Spikes and tackles Don Floyd, a repeat selection, and Bob Lilly, who would be a unanimous choice in ‘60. They bruised their way to another 8-2 record, tying Texas and Arkansas for the conference title. When all the votes were in from the final polls, TCU was ranked No. 7 by AP and No. 8 by UPI.

2000 (No. 18 ESPN/USA Today; No. 21 AP)

LaDainian Tomlinson became one of college football’s greatest ball carriers – only the second player in history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season and more than 5,000 in a career. Behind “LT,” the Frogs sped to a 10-2 season record and the WAC championship. This performance enticed the Dunkel Index, one of the eight selectors for the Bowl Championship Series, to rate the Frogs No. 7 in the nation, their highest ranking in 40 seasons.

2002 (No. 22 ESPN/USA Today; No. 23 AP)

After a season-opening overtime loss at Cincinnati, the Frogs reeled off 10 wins in their next 11 games. The Frogs gained a share of the Conference USA title and posted an AXA Liberty Bowl win over Colorado State. Linebacker LaMarcus McDonald, the league’s Defensive Player of the Year, led a squad that ranked first in the nation in both total defense and in stopping the run.

2003 (No. 24 ESPN/USA Today; No. 25 AP)

The Frogs reeled off 10 straight wins to open the season, climbing as high as No. 10 in the national rankings. Their success, which included five three-point wins, caught the attention of the nation, as they moved to sixth in the BCS standings, the highest ranking ever for a school from a nonBCS conference. A late season loss at Southern Miss kept the Frogs from winning their second-straight conference title. The Horned Frogs hosted nationally-ranked Boise State in the inaugural PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl and dropped an exciting 34-31 contest. Nick Browne was the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year and earned All-America accolades. Defensive end Bo Schobel set a school record for sacks while earning second-team All-America honors from the Associated Press. Head coach Gary Patterson was one of three finalists for the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year honors.

2005 (No. 9 USA Today; No. 11 AP)

TCU (11-1, 8-0) closed the season ranked ninth by USA Today for its highest appearance in a final poll since finishing seventh in the 1959 campaign. The Frogs, one of just seven teams in the nation with 11 wins, concluded the year with 10 straight victories. It was the second-longest winning streak in the nation behind only national champion Texas (20). TCU opened and closed 2005 with victories over Big 12 bowl teams, winning at Oklahoma and then defeating Iowa State. Overall, the Frogs were 5-0 against bowl teams. TCU led the nation in interceptions (26), takeaways (40) and turnover margin (1.75, +21). TCU set a single-season school record with 50 touchdowns, while its 398 points scored ranked second in Frog history. TCU, in its first season of Mountain West Conference play, became just the third team in league history to post an undefeated record (8-0). In the process, TCU captured its first outright league championship since sweeping through the Southwest Conference en route to the 1938 national title. TCU paced the Mountain West Conference with 18 all-conference selections with Cory Rodgers a consensus All-American at kick returner. Gary Patterson was the MWC Coach of the Year with tailback Aaron Brown named Freshman of the Year. Linebacker Jason Phillips and defensive end Tommy Blake were Freshman and Sophomore All-Americans, respectively. Phillips, a secondteam selection, became the first freshman defensive player in league history to be first or second-team All-MWC.

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2006 (No. 21 USA Today; No. 22 AP) TCU (11-2, 6-2) posted its fourth 10-win season in the last five years. The Frogs became one of only five teams in the nation to reach 11 victories three times in the last four campaigns. With victories over Baylor and Texas Tech, TCU improved to 4-0 against Big 12 opponents in the last two seasons and 8-1 in its past nine games against teams from BCS conferences. The Frogs closed the year by winning their final eight games for the fourth-longest current streak in the nation. Earlier in the season, in a carryover from 2005, TCU won 13 in a row for the longest winning streak in the country. The Frogs finished the campaign ranked 21st by the Associated Press and 22nd in the USA Today poll. It represented the fifth time in the past seven years that TCU closed the season in the top 25. The Frogs ranked second nationally in total defense (234.9 yards per game) and run defense (60.8 yards per game) while placing third in scoring defense (12.3 points per game). TCU was one of three teams nationally to not allow a 100-yard rushing game by an opposing running back. Offensively, the Frogs were ninth nationally in rushing (194.6 yards per game) and 17th in total offense (408.5 yards per game). Thirteen Frogs combined for a total of 14 All-MWC selections. Safety Brian Bonner was a first-team pick as a return specialist and a second-team choice on defense. TCU placed four players on the first-team defense, including unanimous selection Tommy Blake at defensive end. 2008 (No. 7 USA Today; No. 7 AP) TCU finished with its highest national ranking in half a century when it appeared at No. 7 in the final release of the Associated Press and USA Today polls. The Frogs reached 10 wins for the fifth time in seven years with an 11-2 record. The only losses came at the hands of then-No. 2 Oklahoma, which played in the BCS Championship Game, and Utah, the nation’s only undefeated team at 13-0. A Poinsettia Bowl win over previously-unbeaten Boise State capped off the program’s most successful season of the modern era. The Horned Frogs featured the nation’s top-ranked defensive unit in 2008. TCU led the nation in total defense for the third time in nine seasons, surrendering just 217.8 yards per game, in addition to topping the country in run defense (47.1 ypg). Only six opponents surpassed 28 yards rushing against the Frogs, while just six teams reached 200 yards of total offense. Junior defensive end Jerry Hughes was a consensus first-team All-America selection after leading the nation with 15 sacks and six forced fumbles. He was also a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Award, which honors the nation’s top defensive player. Hughes was one of a schoolrecord 18 Frogs who were selected All-MWC, including four defensive first-teamers.

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1935

TCU was tabbed No. 1 in the nation by the Williamson System, the only rating organization to publish a list after the New Year’s Day Bowl contest, and ranked among the top five teams in the country by all rating services at the conclusion of the regular season. Featuring stars Sammy Baugh and Darrell Lester, the Frogs won 10 straight games before falling to SWC Champion SMU in the next-to-last game of the regular season. The Horned Frogs later defeated LSU, 3-2, in the 1936 Sugar Bowl. TCU ended the year with a record of 12-1.

1938

This remarkable Frog combine was ranked No. 1 by all the rating systems. TCU’s only undefeated and untied team won the SWC Championship, then followed that feat with a Sugar Bowl victory over Carnegie Tech, 15-7. The 1938 lineup included three All-Americans – Davey O’Brien, who was the first footballer to win the Walter Camp, Heisman and Maxwell trophies the same year, plus Ki Aldrich and I.B. Hale. The Frogs ended the season with a record of 11-0.

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Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Nov. 9_ _____5-2-1__________________18 Nov. 23_ ____7-2-1__________________18 Nov. 30_ ____7-2-2__________________16

Final Poll

Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Minnesota___________ 7-1-0 2_________LSU_ _______________ 9-1-0 3_________Pittsburgh___________ 8-1-1 4_________Alabama____________ 8-0-1 5_________Washington_ ________ 7-2-1 6_________Santa Clara__________ 8-1-0 7_________Northwestern________ 7-1-0 8_________Notre Dame_ ________ 6-2-1 9_________Nebraska____________ 7-2-0 10_ ________Pennsyvania_________ 7-1-0 11_ ________Duke_______________ 9-1-0 12_ ________Yale________________ 7-1-0 13_ ________Dartmouth__________ 7-1-0 14_ ________Duquesne___________ 8-2-0 15_ ________Fordham____________ 5-1-2 16_ ________TCU________________ 9-2-2 17_ ________Tennessee___________ 6-2-2 18_ ________Arkansas____________ 7-3-0 19_ ________Navy_ ______________ 6-3-0 20_ ________Marquette___________ 7-2-0

1937

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Nov. 22_ ____3-4-2__________________14 Nov. 29_ ____4-4-2__________________16 FINAL POLL Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Pittsburgh___________ 9-0-1 2_________California_ _________ 10-0-1 3_________Fordham____________ 7-0-1 4_________Alabama____________ 9-1-0 5_________Minnesota___________ 6-2-0 6_________Villanova____________ 8-0-1 7_________Dartmouth__________ 7-0-2 8_________LSU_ _______________ 9-2-0 9_________Notre Dame_ ________ 6-2-1 10_ ________Santa Clara__________ 9-0-0 11_ ________Nebraska____________ 6-1-2 12_ ________Yale________________ 6-1-1 13_ ________Ohio State___________ 6-2-0 14_ ________Arkansas____________ 6-2-2 15_ ________Holy Cross___________ 8-0-2 16_ ________TCU________________ 4-4-2 17_ ________Colorado____________ 8-1-0 18_ ________Rice________________ 6-3-2 19_ ________North Carolina_ ______ 7-1-1 20_ ________Duke_______________ 7-2-1

1938

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Oct. 17______4-0-0___________________7 Oct. 24______5-0-0___________________4 Oct. 31______6-0-0___________________2 Nov. 7_ _____7-0-0___________________1 Nov. 14_ ____8-0-0___________________2 Nov. 21_ ____9-0-0___________________2 Nov. 28_ ____10-0-0__________________2 Dec. 5_ _____10-0-0__________________1 FINAL POLL Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________TCU _ _____________ 11-0-0 2_________Tennessee__________ 11-0-0 3_________Duke_______________ 9-1-0 4_________Oklahoma__________ 10-1-0 5_________Notre Dame_ ________ 8-1-0 6_________Carnegie Mellon______ 7-2-0 7_________USC________________ 9-2-0 8_________Pittsburgh___________ 8-2-0 9_________Holy Cross___________ 8-1-0 10_ ________Minnesota___________ 6-2-0 11_ ________Texas Tech _ ________ 10-1-0 12_ ________Cornell_ ____________ 5-1-1 13_ ________Alabama____________ 7-1-1 14_ ________California_ _________ 10-1-0 15_ ________Fordham____________ 6-1-2 16_ ________Michigan____________ 6-1-1 17_ ________Northwestern________ 4-2-2 18_ ________Villanova____________ 8-0-1 19_ ________Tulane______________ 7-2-1 20_ ________Dartmouth__________ 7-2-0

1941

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Nov. 17_ ____6-2-0__________________19

1942

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Oct. 12______3-0-0__________________17 Oct. 19______4-0-0__________________12 Oct. 26______5-0-0___________________9 Nov. 16_ ____6-2-0__________________18

1951

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Nov. 5_ _____5-2-0__________________13 Nov. 12_ ____5-2-0__________________13 Nov. 26_ ____5-4-0__________________11 Dec. 3_ _____6-4-0__________________11 FINAL POLL Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Tennessee__________ 10-1-0 2_________Michigan State_______ 9-0-0 3_________Maryland_ _________ 10-0-0 4_________Illinois______________ 9-0-1 5_________Georgia Tech________ 11-0-1 6_________Princeton_ __________ 9-0-0 7_________Stanford_ ___________ 9-2-0 8_________Wisconsin___________ 7-1-1 9_________Baylor_ _____________ 8-2-1 10_ ________Oklahoma___________ 8-2-0 11_ ________TCU _ ______________ 6-5-0 12_ ________California_ __________ 8-2-0 13_ ________Virginia_____________ 8-1-0 14_ ________San Francisco________ 9-0-0 15_ ________Kentucky____________ 8-4-0 16_ ________Boston______________ 6-4-0 17_ ________UCLA_______________ 5-3-1 18_ ________Washington St._______ 7-3-0 19_ ________Holy Cross___________ 8-2-0 20_ ________Clemson____________ 7-3-0

1952

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0-0___________________9

1954

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Sept. 20_____1-0-0__________________20 Oct. 18______3-2-0__________________20 Oct. 25______4-2-0__________________17

1955

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Sept. 26_____2-0-0__________________10 Oct. 3_______3-0-0___________________8 Oct. 10______4-0-0___________________7 Oct. 17______4-1-0__________________18 Oct. 24______5-1-0__________________14 Oct. 31______6-1-0__________________10 Nov. 7_ _____6-1-0___________________8 Nov. 14_ ____7-1-0___________________7 Nov. 21_ ____8-1-0___________________7 Nov. 28_ ____9-1-0___________________6 FINAL POLL Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Oklahoma__________ 11-0-0 2_________Michigan State_______ 9-1-0 3_________Maryland_ _________ 10-1-0 4_________UCLA_______________ 9-2-0 5_________Ohio State___________ 7-2-0 6_________TCU________________ 9-2-0 7_________Georgia Tech_________ 9-1-1 8_________Auburn _____________ 8-2-1 9_________Notre Dame_ ________ 8-2-0 10_ ________Mississippi_ ________ 10-1-0 11_ ________Pittsburgh___________ 7-4-0 12_ ________Michigan____________ 7-2-0 13_ ________USC________________ 6-4-0 14_ ________Miami (Fla.)__________ 6-3-0 15_ ________Miami (Ohio)_________ 9-0-0 16_ ________Stanford ____________ 6-3-1 17_ ________Texas A&M_ _________ 7-2-1 18_ ________Navy_ ______________ 6-2-1 19_ ________West Virginia_________ 8-2-0 20_ ________Army_______________ 6-3-0

1956

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0-0___________________7 Sept. 24_____1-0-0___________________4 Oct. 1_______1-0-0___________________8 Oct. 8_______2-0-0___________________4 Oct. 15______3-0-0___________________4 Oct. 22______3-1-0__________________10 Nov. 5_ _____4-2-0__________________17 Nov. 19_ ____5-3-0__________________18 Nov. 26_ ____6-3-0__________________14 Dec. 3 ______7-3-0__________________14 Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Oklahoma__________ 10-0-0 2_________Tennessee__________ 10-1-0 3_________Iowa_ ______________ 9-1-0 4_________Georgia Tech________ 10-1-0 5_________Texas A&M_ _________ 9-0-1 6_________Miami (Fla.)__________ 8-1-1 7_________Michigan____________ 7-2-0 8_________Syracuse____________ 7-2-0 9_________Michigan State_______ 7-2-0 10_ ________Oregon State_ _______ 7-3-1 11_ ________Baylor_ _____________ 9-2-0 12_ ________Minnesota___________ 6-1-2 13_ ________Pittsburgh___________ 7-3-1 14_ ________TCU _ ______________ 8-3-0 15_ ________Ohio State___________ 6-3-0 16_ ________Navy_ ______________ 6-1-2 17_ ________George Washington___ 8-1-1 18_ ________USC________________ 8-2-0 19_ ________Clemson____________ 7-2-2 20_ ________Colorado____________ 8-2-1

1957

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Sept. 30_____1-0-1__________________18 Nov. 11_ ____4-2-1__________________17

1958

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0-0___________________8 Sept. 22_____1-0-0___________________6 Oct. 13______3-1-0__________________20 Oct. 20______4-1-0__________________16 Oct. 27______4-1-0__________________18 Nov. 3_ _____5-1-0__________________11 Nov. 10_ ____6-1-0___________________9 Nov. 17_ ____7-1-0___________________7 Nov. 24_ ____8-1-0___________________7 Dec. 1_ _____8-2-0__________________10

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Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________LSU_ ______________ 11-0-0 2_________Iowa_ ______________ 8-1-1 3_________Army_______________ 8-0-1 4_________Auburn_____________ 9-0-1 5_________Oklahoma__________ 10-1-0 6_________Air Force____________ 9-0-2 7_________Wisconsin___________ 7-1-1 8_________Ohio State___________ 6-1-2 9_________Syracuse____________ 8-2-0 10_ ________TCU________________ 8-2-1 11_ ________Mississippi_ _________ 9-2-0 12_ ________Clemson____________ 8-3-0 13_ ________Purdue_ ____________ 6-1-2 14_ ________Florida______________ 6-4-1 15_ ________South Carolina_______ 7-3-0 16_ ________California_ __________ 7-4-0 17_ ________Notre Dame_ ________ 6-4-0 18_ ________SMU_ ______________ 6-4-0 19_ ________Oklahoma State______ 8-3-0 20_ ________Rutgers_____________ 8-1-0

1959

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0-0__________________13 Sept. 21_____1-0-0___________________9 Oct. 19______3-2-0__________________16 Oct. 26______4-2-0__________________15 Nov. 2_ _____5-2-0__________________17 Nov. 9_ _____5-2-0__________________18 Nov. 16_ ____6-2-0__________________10 Nov. 23_ ____7-2-0___________________8 Nov. 30_ ____8-2-0___________________7 Dec. 7_ _____8-2-0___________________7 FINAL POLL Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Syracuse___________ 11-0-0 2_________Mississippi_ ________ 10-1-0 3_________LSU_ _______________ 9-2-0 4_________Texas_______________ 9-2-0 5_________Georgia____________ 10-1-0 6_________Wisconsin___________ 7-3-0 7_________TCU _ ______________ 8-3-0 8_________Washington_ _______ 10-1-0 9_________Arkansas____________ 9-2-0 10_ ________Alabama____________ 7-2-2 11_ ________Clemson____________ 9-2-0 12_ ________Penn State_ _________ 9-2-0 13_ ________Illinois______________ 5-3-1 14_ ________USC________________ 8-2-0 15_ ________Oklahoma___________ 7-3-0 16_ ________Wyoming_ __________ 9-1-0 17_ ________Notre Dame_ ________ 5-5-0 18_ ________Missouri_ ___________ 6-5-0 19_ ________Florida______________ 5-4-1 20_ ________Pittsburgh___________ 6-4-0

1960

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1990

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Oct. 23______5-1-0__________________24

2000

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0____________________20 Aug. 28_ ____0-0____________________20 Sept. 3______0-0____________________22 Sept. 10_____1-0____________________20 Sept. 17_____2-0____________________18 Sept. 24_____3-0____________________16 Oct. 1_______4-0____________________14 Oct. 8_______5-0____________________12 Oct. 15______5-0____________________11 Oct. 22______6-0____________________11 Oct. 29______7-0_____________________9 Nov. 5_ _____7-1____________________18 Nov. 12_ ____8-1____________________15 Nov. 19_ ____9-1____________________13 Nov. 26_ ____10-1___________________13 Dec. 3_ _____10-1___________________13 Postseason_ _10-2___________________21 Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Oklahoma____________ 13-0 2_________Miami (Fla.)___________ 11-1 3_________Washington_ _________ 11-1 4_________Oregon State_ ________ 11-1 5_________Florida State__________ 11-2 6_________Virginia Tech__________ 11-1 7_________Oregon______________ 10-2 8_________Nebraska_____________ 10-2 9_________Kansas State__________ 11-3 10_ ________Florida_______________ 10-3 11_ ________Michigan______________ 9-3 12_ ________Texas_________________ 9-3 13_ ________Purdue_ ______________ 8-4 14_ ________Colorado State________ 10-2 15_ ________Notre Dame_ __________ 9-3 16_ ________Clemson______________ 9-3 17_ ________Georgia Tech___________ 9-3 18_ ________Auburn_______________ 9-4 19_ ________South Carolina_________ 8-4 20_ ________Georgia_______________ 8-4 21_ ________TCU_________________10-2 22_ ________LSU_ _________________ 8-4 23_ ________Wisconsin_____________ 9-4 24_ ________Mississippi State________ 8-4 25_ ________Iowa State_____________ 9-3

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2002

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Nov. 10_ ____7-1____________________25 Nov. 17_ ____8-1____________________22 Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Ohio State____________ 14-0 2_________Miami (Fla.)___________ 12-1 3_________Georgia______________ 13-1 4_________USC_________________ 11-2 5_________Oklahoma____________ 12-2 6_________Texas________________ 11-2 7_________Kansas State__________ 11-2 8_________Iowa_ _______________ 11-2 9_________Michigan_____________ 10-3 10_ ________Washington St.________ 10-3 11_ ________Alabama_____________ 10-3 12_ ________N.Carolina State_______ 11-3 13_ ________Maryland_ ___________ 11-3 14_ ________Auburn_______________ 9-4 15_ ________Boise State_ __________ 12-1 16_ ________Penn State_ ___________ 9-4 17_ ________Notre Dame_ _________ 10-3 18_ ________Virginia Tech__________ 10-4 19_ ________Pittsburgh_____________ 9-4 20_ ________Colorado______________ 9-5 21_ ________Florida State___________ 9-5 22_ ________Virginia_______________ 9-5 23_ ________TCU_________________10-2 24_ ________Marshall_ ____________ 11-2 25_ ________West Virginia___________ 9-4

2003

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0____________________25 Sept. 1______0-0____________________25 Sept. 7______2-0____________________22 Sept. 14_____2-0____________________20 Sept. 21_____3-0____________________19 Sept. 28_____4-0____________________20 Oct. 5_______5-0___________________T18 Oct. 12______6-0____________________16 Oct. 19______7-0____________________15 Oct. 26______8-0____________________15 Nov. 2_ _____8-0____________________13 Nov. 9_ _____9-0____________________10 Nov. 16_ ____10-0___________________10 Nov. 23_ ____10-1___________________19 Nov. 30_ ____11-1__________________T18 Dec. 7_ _____11-1__________________T18 FINAL POLL Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________USC_________________ 12-1 2_________LSU_ ________________ 13-1 3_________Oklahoma____________ 12-2 4_________Ohio State____________ 11-2 5_________Miami_ ______________ 11-2 6_________Michigan_____________ 10-3 7_________Georgia______________ 11-3 8_________Iowa_ _______________ 10-3 9_________Washington State______ 10-3 10_ ________Miami (Ohio)__________ 13-1 11_ ________Florida State__________ 10-3 12_ ________Texas________________ 10-3 13_ ________Mississippi_ __________ 10-3 14_ ________Kansas State__________ 11-4 15_ ________Tennessee____________ 10-3 16_ ________Boise State_ __________ 13-1 17_ ________Maryland_ ___________ 10-3 18_ ________Purdue_ ______________ 9-4 19_ ________Nebraska_____________ 10-3 20_ ________Minnesota____________ 10-3 21_ ________Utah_ _______________ 10-2 22_ ________Clemson ______________ 9-4 23_ ________Bowling Green________ 11-3 24_ ________Florida________________ 8-5 25_ ________TCU_________________11-2

2005

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Sept. 5______1-0____________________22 Oct. 10______5-1____________________25 Oct. 17______6-1____________________21 Oct. 24______7-1____________________20 Oct. 31______8-1____________________20 Nov. 7_ _____9-1____________________18 Nov. 14_ ____10-1___________________15 Nov. 21_ ____10-1___________________15 Nov. 28_ ____10-1___________________15 Dec. 5_ _____10-1___________________14 Postseason_ _11-1___________________11 Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1 _________Texas________________ 13-0 2 _________USC_________________ 12-1 3 _________Penn State_ __________ 11-1 4 _________Ohio State____________ 10-2 5 _________West Virginia__________ 11-1 6 _________LSU_ ________________ 11-2 7 _________Virginia Tech__________ 11-2 8_________Alabama _____________ 10-2 9_________Notre Dame_ __________ 9-3 10_ ________Georgia______________ 10-3 11_ ________TCU_________________11-1 12_ ________Florida________________ 9-3 12_ ________Oregon______________ 10-2 14_ ________Auburn_______________ 9-3 15_ ________Wisconsin____________ 10-3 16_ ________UCLA________________ 10-2 17_ ________Miami (Fla.)____________ 9-3 18_ ________Boston College_________ 9-3 19_ ________Louisville______________ 9-3 20_ ________Texas Tech_____________ 9-3 21_ ________Clemson______________ 8-4 22_ ________Oklahoma_____________ 8-4 23_ ________Florida State___________ 8-5 24_ ________Nebraska______________ 8-4 25_ ________California_ ____________ 8-4

2006

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Preseason___0-0____________________21 Sept. 4______1-0____________________22 Sept. 11_____2-0____________________20 Sept. 18_____3-0____________________16 Sept. 25_____3-0____________________17 Dec. 4_ _____10-2___________________25 Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1_________Florida_______________ 13-1 2_________Ohio State____________ 12-1 3_________LSU_ ________________ 11-2 4_________USC_________________ 11-2 5_________Boise State_ __________ 13-0 6_________Louisville_____________ 12-1 7_________Wisconsin____________ 12-1 8_________Michigan_____________ 11-2 9_________Auburn ______________ 11-2 10_ ________West Virginia__________ 11-2 11_ ________Oklahoma____________ 11-3 12_ ________Rutgers______________ 11-2 13_ ________Texas________________ 10-3 14_ ________California_ ___________ 10-3 15_ ________Arkansas_____________ 10-4 16_ ________BYU_________________ 11-2 17_ ________Notre Dame_ _________ 10-3 18_ ________Wake Forest_ _________ 11-3 19_ ________Virginia Tech__________ 10-3 20_ ________Boston College________ 10-3 21_ ________Oregon State_ ________ 10-4 22_ ________TCU_________________11-2 23_ ________Georgia_______________ 9-4 24_ ________Penn State_ ___________ 9-4 25_ ________Tennessee_____________ 9-4

2007

ate________Record________________Rnk D Preseason___0-0____________________22 Sept. 2______1-0____________________19­­

2008

Date _______Record_ ____________ Rank Sept. 21_____4-0____________________24 Oct. 19______7-1____________________15 Oct. 26______8-1____________________12 Nov. 2_ _____9-1____________________11 Nov. 9_ _____9-2____________________15 Nov. 16_ ____9-2____________________15 Nov. 23_ ____10-2___________________14 Nov. 30_ ____10-2___________________11 Dec. 7_ _____10-2___________________11 Postseason_ _11-2____________________7 Final Poll Rank_______Team_____________ Record 1. _________Florida (60)___________ 13-1 2. _________USC_________________ 12-1 3. _________Texas _ ______________ 12-1 4. _________Utah (1)______________ 13-0 5. _________Oklahoma _ __________ 12-2 6. _________Alabama_____________ 12-2 7. _________TCU_________________11-2 8. _________Penn State_ __________ 11-2 9. _________Oregon______________ 10-3 10. _________Georgia______________ 10-3 11._________Ohio State____________ 10-3 12. _________Texas Tech____________ 11-2 13. _________Boise State_ __________ 12-1 14. _________Virginia Tech__________ 10-4 15. _________Mississippi_ ___________ 9-4 16._________Missouri_ ____________ 10-4 17. _________Cincinnati____________ 11-2 18. _________Oklahoma State________ 9-4 19. _________Oregon State_ _________ 9-4 20. _________Iowa_ ________________ 9-4 21. _________BYU_________________ 10-3 22. _________Georgia Tech___________ 9-4 23. _________Florida State___________ 9-4 24. _________Michigan State_________ 9-4 25. _________California_ ____________ 9-4


TCU AND THE HEISMAN TROPHY FROGS IN HEISMAN TROPHY VOTING In the 70-year history of the Heisman Trophy, five Horned Frogs have finished in the top-five in voting for the prestigious trophy.

Sammy Baugh finished fourth in 1936, the second year the trophy was presented. In 1938, Davey O’Brien became the first football player from both TCU and the Southwest Conference to win the award.

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Jim Swink finished second in 1955, while Kenneth Davis was the next Frog to receive serious consideration for the honor in 1984 when he finished fifth. In 1999, LaDainian Tomlinson placed 14th as a junior. He was fourth after his senior season in 2000.

Davey O’Brien accepts the Heisman Trophy at New York’s Downtown Athletic Club in 1938, the same year he led TCU to its second national championship.

TCU celebrates Davey O’Brien’s historic Heisman Trophy in the Encke Heritage Center, which is located directly outside of the Frogs’ football offices.

Jim Swink 1955 — 2nd

Kenneth Davis 1984 — 5th

Sam Baugh 1936 — 4th

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FROG ALL-AMERICANS All-AMERICA SELECTIONS

First-Team Selections (consensus choices in bold)

1927

E #31 Rags Matthews, Fort Worth

1929

G #44 Mike Brumbelow, Jacksboro

1930

HB #5 Cy Leland, Lubbock

1932

G #44 Johnny Vaught, Fort Worth

1934

C #22 Darrell Lester, Jacksboro

1935

C #22 Darrell Lester, Jacksboro QB #45 Sammy Baugh, Sweetwater

1936

QB #45 Sammy Baugh, Sweetwater

1937

QB #8 Davey O’Brien, Dallas T #22 I.B. Hale, Dallas C #48 Ki Aldrich, Temple

1938

QB #8 Davey O’Brien, Dallas C #48 Ki Aldrich, Temple T #22 I. B. Hale, Dallas

1942

T #71 Derrell Palmer, Albany

1944

T #32 Clyde Flowers, Perryton

1949

QB #43 Lindy Berry, Wichita Falls

1951

C #34 Keith Flowers, Perryton QB #49 Ray McKown, Dumas T #77 Doug Conaway, Hillsboro

1956

T #75 Norman Hamilton, Vanderbilt HB #23 Jim Swink, Rusk

1958

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS

Academic All-America teams have been selected by CoSIDA since 1952.

1952

1968

1955

1972

T Marshall Harris, Deland, Fla.

T #75 Don Floyd, Midlothian

C Hugh Pitts, Woodville HB Jim Swink, Rusk

1959

1956

T #75 Don Floyd, Midlothian FB #20 Jack Spikes, Snyder

1960

T #72 Bob Lilly, Throckmorton

1963

E John Nikkel, Dalhart

1961

WR Buddy Iles, New London

TE #86 Kelly Blackwell, Richland Hills

PK Nick Browne, Garland

2003

TCU’S RETIRED NUMBERS

8

Davey O’Brien

45

Sam Baugh

PK #17 Michael Reeder, Sulphur, La.

2000

TB #5 LaDainian Tomlinson, Waco

2002

LB #44 LaMarcus McDonald, Waco

2003

PK #9 Nick Browne, Garland

2005

KR #17 Cory Rodgers, Houston

2008

DE #98 Jerry Hughes, Sugar Land

HB #23 Jim Swink, Rusk C #54 Hugh Pitts, Woodville

1938

Heisman Trophy Walter Camp Outstanding Football Player Maxwell Award First-team All-American

1937-38

All-Southwest Conference

1955

National Football Foundation Hall of Fame

1956

Texas Sports Hall of Fame

1939

TCU Jersey #8 Retired Rags Mathews, TCU’s first All-American, also is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

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1995

1955

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T John McLean, Abilene

PK Nick Browne, Garland

SE #7 Stanley Washington, Dallas

1991

1974 1980

1957

1981

RB #36 Kenneth Davis, Temple

C Scott Walker, Abilene

S Terry Drennan, Decatur

HB Jim Swink, Rusk

FB #38 Tommy Crutcher, McKinney

1984

G Jim Ray, Aspermont

1936

First-team All-America,

1935-1936

All-Southwest Conference  Nine-time NFL All-Pro

1951

College Football Hall of Fame,

1963

Pro Football Hall of Fame

1999

Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame

1993

TCU Jersey #45 Retired


FROG ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 1925

Johnny Washmon, C, Fort Worth Harold Brewster, T, Mineral Wells Herman Clark, QB, Fort Worth

1926

Johnny Washmon, C, Fort Worth Horace Brewster, T, Mineral Wells Luther Scarborough, T, Fort Worth Raymond Wolf, G, Houston Rags Matthews, E, Fort Worth Bernard Williams, FB, Fort Worth Herman Clark, QB, Fort Worth

1927

Rags Matthews, E, Fort Worth

1928

Mike Brumbelow, G, Jacksboro Merl Toler, HB Jake Williams, T Howard Grubbs, QB, Kemp

1929

Mike Brumbelow, G, Jacksboro Howard Grubbs, QB, Kemp Noble Atkins, C, Borger Cy Leland, HB, Lubbock Harlos Green, FB, Fort Worth

1930

Noble Atkins, C, Borger Ben Boswell, T, Fort Worth Cy Leland, HB, Lubbock

1931

Johnny Vaught, G, Fort Worth Madison Pruitt, E, Fort Worth Blanard Spearman, HB, Jermyn

1935

Darrell Lester, C, Jacksboro Walter Roach, E, Fort Worth Sammy Baugh, QB, Sweetwater Tracy Kellow, G, Lufkin Jimmy Lawrence, HB, Harlingen L.D. Meyer, E, Fort Worth Cotton Harrison, G, Temple

1936

Walter Roach, E, Fort Worth Sammy Baugh, QB, Sweetwater Ki Aldrich, C, Temple Cotton Harrison, G, Temple

1937

Ki Aldrich, C, Temple I.B. Hale, T, Dallas Davey O’Brien, QB, Dallas

1938

Ki Aldrich, C, Temple I.B. Hale, T, Dallas Davey O’Brien, QB, Dallas Forrest Kline, G, Gregory Don Looney, E, Sulphur Springs Connie Sparks, FB, Panhandle Allie White, T, Fort Worth

1939

Durward Horner, E, Fort Worth Don Looney, E, Sulphur Springs

1949

Lindy Berry, QB, Wichita Falls Morris Bailey, E, Vernon Harold Kilmon, T, Shamrock

1950

Gilbert Bartosh, QB, Granger Billy Moorman, E, Odessa

1951

Herbert Zimmerman, G, Mount Vernon Keith Flowers, LB, Perryton Ray McKown, QB, Dumas Alton Taylor, G, Austin

1952

1966

Frank Horak, S, Caldwell John Richards, DB, Fort Worth

1967

Ross Montgomery, HB, Midland Cubby Hudler, DB, Victoria E. A. Gresham, C, Graham Danny Cross, DT, Donna

1968

Larry Adams, DT, Wolfe City

1969

1953

Morgan Williams, G, Fort Worth

John Ruthstrom, C, Houston Hodges Mitchell, S, Dallas

1954

1971

Hugh Pitts, C, Woodville

1955

Bobby Sherrod, G, Fort Worth

1941

1956

Bill Crawford, G, Fort Worth Derrell Palmer, T, Albany Bruce Alford, E, Waco

Frank Horak, S, Caldwell Larry Perry, DE, Dallas

Morgan Williams, G, Fort Worth Ronald Fraley, DB, Sweetwater Wayne Martin, DB, Shamrock Bob Blair, WR, Texarkana Marshall Robinson, S, Fort Worth

Hugh Pitts, C, Woodville Jim Swink, HB, Rusk Norman Hamilton, T, Vanderbilt Chuck Curtis, QB, Gainesville Bryan Engram, E, Dumas

1940

1965

Jim Swink, HB, Rusk Norman Hamilton, T, Vanderbilt O’Day Williams, E, Graham

James Ray, OG, Aspermont Linzy Cole, FL, Dallas Jerry Miller, WR, Fort Worth

1970

Ronnie Peoples, TE, Odessa Lyle Blackwood, DB, San Antonio

1972

Charlie Davis, DT, Woodham Lyle Blackwood, DB, San Antonio Guy Morriss, OG, Arlington Mike Luttrell, HB, Fort Worth Dede Terveen, LB, Donna Greg Anderson, P, Waco

1973

Johnny Vaught, G, Fort Worth Madison Pruitt, E, Fort Worth Blanard Spearman, HB, Jermyn J.W. Townsend, C, Lufkin Lon Evans, G, Fort Worth Ben Boswell, T, Fort Worth Foster Howell, T, Commerce Red Oliver, HB

1942

1957

Jim Shofner, HB, Fort Worth Buddy Dike, FB

Mike Luttrell, HB, Fort Worth Dede Terveen, LB, Donna Gene Hernandez, DB, West Co­lum­bia Charlie Davis, DT, Woodham Allen Hooker, DB, Sherman

1943

1958

1974

1933

1944

1932

Bud Taylor, G, Austin Charley Casper, HB, San Antonio Johnny Kitchen, HB, Okmulgee, Okla. Darrell Lester, C, Jacksboro Cy Perkins, T, Newcastle Jimmy Lawrence, HB, Harlingen

1934

Jimmy Lawrence, HB, Harlingen Darrell Lester, C, Jacksboro Walter Roach, C, Fort Worth

Derrell Palmer, T, Albany Bruce Alford, E, Waco Bill Hale, C, Amarillo Clyde Flowers, T, Perryton Jim Lucas, QB, Pecos Clyde Flowers, T, Perryton Jim Cooper, C, Colorado City Norman Cox, FB, Grand Falls

1946

Weldon Edwards, T, Comanche

1947

Don Floyd, T, Midlothian Sherrill Headrick, G, Fort Worth Dale Walker, C, Lampasas Marvin Lasater, HB, San Angelo Jack Spikes, FB, Snyder

1959

Don Floyd, T, Midlothian Bob Lilly, T, Throckmorton Jack Spikes, FB, Snyder

1960

Pete Stout, FB, Throckmorton

Bob Lilly, T, Throckmorton Buddy Iles, E, New London

1948

1961

Morris Bailey, E, Vernon Lindy Berry, QB, Wichita Falls

Don Jackson, T, Walters, Okla. Bobby Plummer, T, Seymour Ray Pinion, G, Celina Buddy Iles, E, New London

1962

Robert Mangum, G, Edinburg Ben Nix, E, Port Lavaca Sonny Gibbs, QB, Graham

1963

Tommy Crutcher, FB, McKinney Steve Garmon, G, Groom

1964

Jim Fauver, HB, Houston Steve Garmon, G, Groom Ken Henson, C, San Angelo Norman Evans, T, Donna

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Gene Hernandez, DB, West Co­lum­bia

1975

Mike Renfro, WR, Fort Worth Allen Hooker, DB, Sherman

1976

Mike Renfro, WR, Fort Worth Alan Teichelman, DT, Taylor

1977

Mike Renfro, WR, Fort Worth

1980

Bobby Stewart, WR, Amarillo Stanley Washington, WR, Dallas

1981

Stanley Washington, WR, Dallas

1983

James Maness, WR, Decatur Allanda Smith, S, Houston

1984

Kenneth Davis, RB, Temple James Maness, WR, Decatur Dan Sharp, TE, Boerne Sean Thomas, CB, Sacramento, Calif. Byron Linwood, S, Pittsburg

1985

WC Nix III, C, Sachse

1986

WC Nix III, G/C, Sachse

The 1896 Horned Frogs, TCU’s first football team.

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FROG ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 1987

Chris Becker, P, Taylor Brian Brazil, OT, Pasadena Tony Jeffery, HB, Gladewater Falanda Newton, S, Fort Worth David Spradlin, DE, Seminole Ricky Stone, TE, Gilmer

1997

Chance McCarty, DE, Fort Worth Scott Taft, LB, Grapevine Royce Huffman, KR/P, Sugar Land

1998

Roosevelt Collins, DE, Shreveport, La. Mike Sullivan, OG, New Braunfels

Reggie Hunt, S, Denison Chris Kaylakie, PK, Austin Mike Keathley, OT, Glen Rose Basil Mitchell, TB, Mt. Pleasant Joe Phipps, LB, Diboll Russ Sanders, G, Heidelberg, Miss. Aaron Schobel, DE, Columbus LaDainian Tomlinson, TB, Waco

1990

1999

1988

Mitchell Benson, DT, Fort Worth

1989

Kelly Blackwell, TE, Richland Hills Mike Sullivan, OG, New Braunfels Stephen Shipley, WR, Lindale

Tony Rand, CB, Aldine Greg Evans, SS, Daingerfield

David Bobo, OT, Odessa Shannon Brazzell, LB, Lewisville Curtis Fuller, S, Fort Worth Royce Huffman, PR, Sugar Land Reggie Hunt, KR, Denison Mike Keathley, OT, Glen Rose Aaron Schobel, DE, Columbus LaDainian Tomlinson, TB, Waco (MVP) London Dunlap, DE, Houston (2nd) Reggie Hunt, S, Denison (2nd) Jeff Millican, OT, Panhandle (2nd) Shawn Worthen, DT, San Antonio (2nd)

1993

2000

1991

Kelly Blackwell, TE, Richland Hills Roosevelt Collins, DE, Shreveport, La. John Marsh, OG, Santa Fe

1992

Royal West, DT, Winona

1994

Brian Collins, TE, Texarkana Andre Davis, TB, Longview Max Knake, QB, McKinney Barret Robbins, C, Houston Royal West, DT, Winona

1995

Chris Piland, DE, Grapevine Michael Reeder, PK, Sulphur, La. Ryan Tucker, C, Midland John Washington, WR, Longview

David Bobo, OT, Odessa Shannon Brazzell, LB, Lewisville Curtis Fuller, S, Fort Worth Chris Kaylakie, PK, Austin Mike Keathley, OT, Glen Rose Jeff Millican, OG, Panhandle Aaron Schobel, DE, Columbus LaDainian Tomlinson, TB, Waco (MVP) Greg Walls, CB, Picayune, Miss. Shawn Worthen, DT, San Antonio LaTarence Dunbar, KR/PR, Dallas (2nd) Russell Gary, S, LaMarque (2nd) Chad Bayer, LB, Smithville (HM) Casey Printers, QB, DeSoto (HM)

2001

Victor Payne, OG, Jasper Jason Goss, CB, Fort Worth (2nd) LaMarcus McDonald, LB, Waco (2nd) Chad Pugh, DT, Saginaw (2nd)

2002

Nick Browne, PK, Garland Jason Goss, CB, Fort Worth LaMarcus McDonald, LB, Waco Jamal Powell, OT, Channelview Bo Schobel, DE, Columbus LaTarence Dunbar, WR/KR, Dallas (2nd) Kenneth Hilliard, S, Dallas (2nd) Chad Pugh, DT, Saginaw (2nd) John Turntine, DT, Everman (2nd)

2003

Anthony Alabi, OT, San Antonio Nick Browne, PK, Garland Chad Pugh, DT, Saginaw Bo Schobel, DE, Columbus Reggie Harrell, WR, Arlington (2nd) Chase Johnson, C, Shawnee Mission, Kan. (2nd) Robert Merrill, TB, San Antonio (2nd) Mark Walker, CB, Duncanville (2nd) Marvin Godbolt, S, San Antonio (3rd) Robert Pollard, DE, Beaumont (3rd) Cory Rodgers, PR, Houston (3rd)

2004

Anthony Alabi, OT, San Antonio Marvin Godbolt, S, San Antonio Cody McCarty, TE, Bishop Martin Patterson, LB DeSoto (2nd) Chase Johnson, C, Shawnee Mission, Kan. (3rd) Reggie Harrell, WR, Arlington (3rd) Cory Rodgers, WR/KR, Houston (3rd) Mark Walker, CB, Duncanville (3rd)

1996

Ryan Tucker, C, Midland

ROGERS TROPHY WINNERS 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953

Herman Clark, QB Rags Matthews, E Merlin Toler, HB Howard Grubbs, QB Mike Brumbelow, G Noble Atkins, C Harlos Green, FB Johnny Vaught, G Charley Casper, HB Darrell Lester, C Jimmy Lawrence, HB Sam Baugh, QB Mason Mayne, G Davey O’Brien, QB Durward Horner, E Bobby Sherrod, G Bill Crawford, G Bruce Alford, E Clyde Flowers, T James Cooper, C Harry Mullins, E Fred Taylor, E Carl Knox, HB Lindy Berry, QB Don Narrell, T Max Eubank, C Keith Flowers, LB Wayne Martin, E Morgan Williams, G

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Tommy Blake, DE, Aransas Pass Quincy Butler, CB, San Antonio Chase Ortiz, DE, League City Cory Rodgers, PR/KR, Houston Herb Taylor, OT, Houston Michael Toudouze, OT, San Antonio Drew Coleman, CB, Henderson (2nd) Stephen Culp, C, Tyler (2nd) Chris Manfredini, PK, Colleyville (2nd) Jeremy Modkins, S, Marlin (2nd) Jason Phillips, LB, Waller (2nd) Ranorris Ray, DT, San Antonio (2nd) Jeff Ballard, QB, Friendswood (HM) Aaron Brown, TB, Katy (HM) Robert Henson, LB, Longview (HM) Robert Merrill, TB, San Antonio (HM) Marvin White, S, Port Barre, La. (HM)

2006

Tommy Blake, DE, Aransas Pass Brian Bonner, RS, Beeville Chase Ortiz, DE, League City Jason Phillips, LB, Waller Herb Taylor, OT, Houston Marvin White, S, Port Barre, La. Jeff Ballard, QB, Friendswood (2nd) Brian Bonner, S, Beeville (2nd) Aaron Brown, TB, Katy (2nd) Matty Lindner, OG, Comfort (2nd) Robert Henson, LB, Longview (HM) Lonta Hobbs, TB, Clarksville (HM) Chris Manfredini, PK, Colleyville (HM) Blake Schlueter, C, Ganado (HM)

2007

Brian Bonner, RS, Beeville Chase Ortiz, DE, League City Stephen Hodge, S, Tatum (2nd) Jason Phillips, LB, Waller (2nd) David Roach, S, Abilene (2nd) Blake Schlueter, C,Ganado (2nd) Robert Henson, LB, Longview (HM) Chris Manfredini, PK, Colleyville (HM) Marshall Newhouse, OT, Dallas (HM) Rafael Priest, CB, Dallas (HM) Derek Wash, P, Arlington (HM)

2008 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Johnny Crouch, E Bryan Engram, E Chuck Curtis, QB Jim Shofner, HB Dale Walker, C Jack Spikes, FB Bob Lilly, T Sonny Gibbs, QB Tommy Joe Crutcher, FB Steve Garmon, G Jim Fauver, HB Larry Perry, DE John Richards, DE Cubby Hudler, DB Larry Adams, DT Linzy Cole, FL Bob Creech, DE Steve Judy, QB Mike Luttrell, HB Gary Whitman, LB Terry Drennan, DB Lee Cook, QB Mike Renfro, WR Mike Renfro, WR Marshall Harris, DT Steve Barnes, SS Bobby Stewart, WR Steve Stamp, QB Joe Hines, LB

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Kyle Clifton, LB Kenneth Davis, RB WC Nix III, C WC Nix III, C David Spradlin, DE Falanda Newton, DB Fred Washington, DT Jason Cauble, LB Roosevelt Collins, DE Tony Rand, CB Royal West, DT Barret Robbins, C Michael Reeder, PK Ryan Tucker, C Scott Taft, LB Joseph Phipps, LB LaDainian Tomlinson, TB LaDainian Tomlinson, TB Adrian Madise, WR LaMarcus McDonald, LB Nick Browne, PK Bo Schobel, DE Cory Rodgers, WR Jeff Ballard, QB Jeff Ballard, QB Chase Ortiz, DE Jerry Hughes, DE

The TCU Most Valuable Player award is named in honor of Dan Rogers, a very successful TCU graduate and former TCU trustee. He gave his first MVP ring in 1925. Mr. Rogers loved and always supported TCU Athletics.

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Robert Henson, LB, Longview Stephen Hodge, S, Tatum Jerry Hughes, DE, Sugar Land Jeremy Kerley, RS, Hutto Jason Phillips, LB, Waller Blake Schlueter, C, Ganado Steven Coleman, S, Dallas (2nd) Cody Moore, NT, Comfort (2nd) Marshall Newhouse, OT, Dallas (2nd) Matt Panfil, DE, Fort Worth (2nd) Rafael Priest, CB, Dallas (2nd) Aaron Brown, RS, Katy (HM) Marcus Cannon, OT, Odessa (HM) Andy Dalton, QB, Katy (HM) Anson Kelton, P, Fort Worth (HM) Nick Sanders, CB, Kilgore (HM) James Vess, DT, Fort Worth (HM) Jimmy Young, WR, Monroe, La. (HM)


FROG ALL-STAR GAME SELECTIONS EAST-WEST SHRINE

1927_ ___________ Rags Matthews, E (MVP) 1930_ _______________Mike Brumbelow, G 1930_ __________________ Noble Atkins, C 1944_ __________________Clyde Flowers, T 1949_ ____________________Don Narrell, T 1949_ __________________ Lindy Berry, QB 1952_ ___________________ Robert Blair, E 1954_ _______________ Morgan Williams, T 1955_ _________________ Ron Clinkscale, B 1957_ __________________ Jim Shofner, RB 1960_ _____________ Ramon Armstrong, G 1960_ _____________________Don Floyd, T 1960_ ___________________Jack Spikes, FB 1960_ __________________ Arvie Martin, G 1960_ ______________________ Bob Lilly, T 1961_ ____________________ Ray Pinion, G 1961_ _______________ Robert Plummer, T 1961_ _______________ Buddy Iles, E (MVP) 1962_ _________________ Sonny Gibbs, QB 1963_ ______________ Tommy Crutcher, FB 1963_ _______________ Robert Mangum, G 1965_ _________________ Steve Garmon, G 1965_ ___________________ Ken Henson, C 1966_ __________________Frank Horak, DB 1968_ ____________ Ross Montgomery, HB 1971_ __________________ Bob Creech, DE 1980_ ___________________ Chris Judge, S 1985_ _________________Sean Thomas, DB 1989_ ______________ Falanda Newton, DB 1992_ ________________ Kelly Blackwell, TE 1996_ __________________ Andre Davis, RB 1998_ ______________ Chance McCarty, DE 1998_ __________________Matt Harper, DE 2000_ ______________ Patrick Batteaux, WR 2000_ _________ Dennis Franchione, coach 2001_ ________________Aaron Schobel, DE 2001_ ______________ Shawn Worthen, DT 2001_ ________________ Cedric James, WR 2002_ _________________ Charlie Owens, S 2002_ _________________ Matt Schobel, TE 2004_ __________________ Bo Schobel, DE 2006_ _________________Quincy Butler, CB 2006_ _____________Michael Toudouze, OT 2007_ __________________ Herb Taylor, OT 2007_ __________________ Marvin White, S 2008_ _________________Tommy Blake, DE 2008_ __________________ Chase Ortiz, DE 2008_ ___________________David Roach, S 2009_ _________________ Aaron Brown, RB 2009_ _________________ Jason Phillips, LB

HULA BOWL

1954_ _______________ Morgan Williams, T 1956_ ____________________ Hugh Pitts, C 1957_ ___________________ Jim Swink, HB 1957_ ______________ Norman Hamilton, T 1960_ ___________________Jack Spikes, FB 1961_ ______________________ Bob Lilly, T 1961_ ___________________Arvie Martin, C 1962_ ____________________ Buddy Iles, E 1962_ ________________ Bobby Plummer, T 1963_ _________________ Sonny Gibbs, QB 1964_ ___________ Tommy Joe Crutcher, FB 1965_ ___________________ Ken Henson, C 1967_ ________________ John Richards, DB 1968_ __________________ F.A. Gresham, C 1969_ ____________ Ross Montgomery, HB 1982_ ___________ Stanley Washington, WR 1984_ _______________ James Maness, WR 1986_ __________________ W.C. Nix III, C/G 1989_ _______________ Falanda Newton, S 1992_ ________________ Kelly Blackwell, TE 1994_ ___________________ Royal West, DT 1994_ _________________Jimmy Oliver, WR 1995_ __________________ Andre Davis, RB 1997_ __________________ Mike Brown, TE 1997_ ________________ Michael Reeder, K 1999_ ___________________Reggie Hunt, S 2000_ ___________________ Curtis Fuller, S 2004_ __________________ Nick Browne, K 2004_ _____________ Gary Patterson, coach 2005_ ______________ Martin Patterson, LB 2007_ __________________ Jeff Ballard, QB 2008_ ___________________David Roach, S

COACHES ALL-AMERICA

1960_ _________________Merlin Priddy, HB 1960_ _______________ Marvin Lasater, HB 1961_ ______________________ Bob Lilly, T 1962_ ____________________ Ray Pinion, G 1964_ ___________ Tommy Joe Crutcher, FB 1964_ _______________ Robert Mangum, G 1973_ ___________________ Guy Morriss, C 1974_ _________________ Berl Simmons, K 1974_ _________________ Charlie Davis, DT 1976_ _________________Ronald Parker, TE

GRIDIRON CLASSIC

2000_ __________________ David Bobo, OT 2000_ ____________________ Jeff Garner, C 2001_ _________________ Victor Payne, OG 2002_ _______________ Adrian Madise, WR

Aaron Brown joined former Frog teammate Jason Phillips at the East-West Shrine Game in 2009.

JAPAN BOWL

1982_ _________________ Steve Stamp, QB 1983_ _______________ Greg Townsend, DT

COLLEGE ALL-STAR

1933_ ___________________ Ben Boswell, T 1936_ ______________ Jimmy Lawrence, HB 1936_ __________________ Darrell Lester, C 1936_ _________________ Tillie Manton, RB 1937_ ________________Sammy Baugh, QB 1938_ ________________ Davey O’Brien, QB 1938_ _______________________I.B. Hale, T 1938_ _____________________ Ki Aldrich, C 1942_ __________________ Bill Crawford, G 1945_ __________________Clyde Flowers, T 1945_ __________________ Merle Gibson, E 1946_ _________________ Derrell Palmer, T 1946_ ________________ Bobby Sherrod, G 1948_ _______________ Weldon Edwards, T 1954_ _______________ Morgan Williams, T 1956_ ____________________ Hugh Pitts, C 1958_ __________________ Jim Shofner, HB 1961_ ______________________ Bob Lilly, T 1963_ _________________ Sonny Gibbs, QB 1964_ ______________ Tommy Crutcher, FB 1973_ ___________________ Guy Morriss, C

SENIOR BOWL

Blake Schlueter (above) and Stephen Hodge represented TCU at the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star game prior to the 2009 NFL Draft.

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

1957_ ________________ Charles Curtis, QB 1957_ ___________________Joe Williams, C 1958_ __________________ John Groom, G 1960_ _____________________Don Floyd, T 1966_ __________________Frank Horak, DB 1969_ ____________ Ross Montgomery, HB 1973_ ___________________ Guy Morriss, C 1977_ ___________________ Mike Renfro, E 1983_ __________________ Kyle Clifton, LB 1984_ _______________ James Maness, WR 1984_ _________________Sean Thomas, DB 1985_ ________________ Kenneth Davis, RB 1988_ __________________ Chris Becker, P 1988_ ______________ Mitchell Benson, DT 1989_ ______________Fred Washington, DT 1992_ ______________Roosevelt Collins, DE 1994_ _________________Barret Robbins, C 1995_ __________________ Andre Davis, RB 2000_ ____________ L. Tomlinson, RB (MVP) 2000_ ________________ Mike Keathley, OT 2002_ ___________ LaMarcus McDonald, LB

PARADISE BOWL

2002_ ___________________Jason Goss, CB 2002_ ________________Kenneth Hilliard, S 2002_ _________________ Jamal Powell, OL

BLUE-GREY GAME

1940_ ________________ Bobby Sherrod, G 1942_ ___________________ Bruce Alford, E 1942_ _________________ Derrell Palmer, T 1946_ ____________________ Fred Taylor, E 1948_ _________________George Brown, G 1949_ ____________________Jack Archer, B 1949_ ________________ Roger McAulley, T 1950_ __________________ Max Eubanks, C 1960_ _______________Harry Moreland, HB 1961_ ___________________Don Jackson, T 1963_ ______________Marvin Chipman, HB 1964_ _________________ Larry Bulaich, HB 1964_ ___________________ Jim Fauver, HB 1966_ _________________Doyle Johnson, E 1966_ ________________ John Richards, HB 1966_ ________________ Porter Williams, G 1969_ _____________________Linzy Cole, E 1971_ __________________Bobby Davis, FB 1971_ ___________________Steve Judy, QB 1972_ ___________________Billy Sadler, HB 1972_ ___________________ Guy Morriss, G 1977_ _________________ James Wright, TE 1980_ __________________Stan Talley, P/TE 1982_ ___________ Stanley Washington, WR 1982_ ____________________ Joe Hines, LB 1983_ _________________ Allanda Smith, S 1986_ __________________ W.C. Nix III, G/C 1987_ _______________ David Spradlin, DE 1987_ ___________________ Clint Hailey, C 1989_ _____________ Robert McWright, DB 1989_ ______________Fred Washington, DT 1990_ ____________ Larry Brown, DB (MVP) 1990_ ________________Cedric Jackson, RB 1991_ ______________Roosevelt Collins, DE 1992_ __________________Tunji Bolden, LB 1993_ _________________John Oglesby, FB 1997_ ______________ Chance McCarty, DE 1997_ __________________ Mike Brown, TE

TEXAS VS. THE NATION

2008_ __________________ Brian Bonner, S 2009_ ________________ Stephen Hodge, S 2009_ ________________ Blake Schlueter, C

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A

Charlie Abel_ _____________________ 1977-79 Tony Accomando__________________ 1976-77 Ab Acker_________________________ 1925-27 Will H. Acker_ _____________________ 1918-20 Scott Ackroyd_____________________ 1985-88 Alonzo Adams_______________________2008 Earl W. Adams________________________1968 Homer Adams__________________ 1921, 23-24 Larry Adams______________________ 1966-68 Mike Adams_ ________________________1966 Robby Adams_____________________ 1987-89 Trotter Adams________________________1942 Woodrow Adams_ _________________ 1939-41 Harry Akers__________________________1928 Anthony Alabi_____________________ 2001-04 Ki Aldrich_________________________ 1936-38 Bill Alexander_____________________ 1953-55 Bob Alexander_ ______________________1928 Bret Alexander_ ___________________ 1988-90 Clarence Alexander_ _______________ 1938-40 Clif Alexander_____________________ 2002-04 C.T. Alexander__________________1897-98, ‘00 Ivan Alexander____________________ 1921-22 Bruce Alford_ _____________________ 1940-42 Bruce Alford, Jr.____________________ 1964-66 Rex Alford________________________ 1947-49 Andrew Allan_ ____________________ 1975-77 Anthony Allen_____________________ 1981-82 Cedric Allen_______________________ 1993-96 Egypt Allen_______________________ 1982-84 Jimmy Allen_ _____________________ 1977-79 Marcus Allen______________________ 1992-95 Richard G. Allen_ _____________________1939 Ricky Allen_ ___________________ 1977-78, 80 Tony Allen___________________________1985 Richard Allison_ ______________________1933 Angel Alvarez________________________1991 Jim Amburg_ ________________________1950 Henry Anders________________________1989 Carl Anderson_____________________ 1939-40 Duke Anderson_______________________1926 E.N. Anderson_____________________ 1910-11 Eric Anderson_____________________ 1997-98 Grantland Anderson________________ 1909-10 Greg Anderson____________________ 1972-74 John Anderson_______________________1914 Marcus Anderson__________________ 1995-98 Reggie Anderson_ ___________ 1990-91, 93-94 Shirley Anderson_ ____________________1943 Theo Anderson_______________________2000 Chad Andrus________________ 2002-03, 05-06 Ben Angeley______________________ 2004-05

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Scott Ankrom_______________ 1984-85, 87-88 John Archer ______________________ 1948-49 Ramon Armstrong_ ________________ 1957-59 Greg Arterberry_ __________________ 1981-83 Mitch Ashley_________________________1991 Stuart Ashley_____________________ 1997-00 Charles Ashmore_ ______________ 1904-05, 09 Noble Atkins______________________ 1928-30 J.T. Aughinbaugh__________________ 2001-02 Chad Avery_______________________ 1993-95 Phillip Ayres_ _____________________ 1922-24

B

Dean Bagley______________________ 1940-42 Erik Bahr_ ________________________ 1987-89 Morris Bailey______________________ 1946-49 Paul Bailey________________________ 1982-83 Don Baker________________________ 1980-82 Bob Balaban_________________________1942 Marshall Baldwin_ _________________ 1908-09 Charles Bales______________________ 1967-68 Ken Balfanz__________________________1971 Joe Ball_ _________________________ 1963-65 Jeff Ballard_ ______________________ 2005-06 Elton Baptiste_____________________ 1982-83 Fred Barber_______________________ 1966-68 Bobby Barker_ _______________________1965 Mike Barmore________________________1970 H.C. Barnard_ ________________________1906 Clifford Barnes_ ___________________ 1992-95 Steve Barnes______________________ 1976­-79 Milford Barr_______________________ 1927-29 Brady Barrick______________________ 2001-02 Lee Barron___________________________1898 Bernard Bartek_ ___________________ 1960-62 Leon Bartlett______________________ 1972-73 Gilbert Bartosh____________________ 1950-52 Jim Barwegen_____________________ 1976-77 Brian Bass_ __________________________1975 Dexter Bassinger__________________ 1949-50 Lee Bassinger_ ____________________ 1931-33 Charles Bassler_ ______________________1912 Russell Bates______________________ 1978­-81 Patrick Batteaux_ __________________ 1996-99 Bobby Batton_____________________ 1963-64 Sammy Baugh____________________ 1934-36 Howard Baxter_ ______________________1928 Chad Bayer_______________________ 1999-01 Ernest Bayer_ _____________________ 1963-65 Jim Bayuk_ _______________________ 1977-80 Steve Bayuk______________________ 1975-77 Richard A. Beach___________________ 1965-67 Trey Becan________________________ 1990-91 Chris Becker_ _____________________ 1985-88 Scott Bednarski_________________ 1984, 86-88 John Beilue_______________________ 1969-70 Thomas Bell_ _____________________ 1979-80 Phillip Bendele_______________________1992 Ken Bener________________________ 1979-82 James Benson_____________________ 1983-84 Mitchell Benson_ __________________ 1985-88 Lenward Bentley___________________ 1995-97 Bill Berry_ ___________________________1916 Lindy Berry_______________________ 1946-49 Ray Berry_________________________ 1978-79 Tookie Berry_ _____________________ 1970-72 Miles Bevins_ ________________________1908 Joey Biasatti_ _____________________ 2000-02 Tony Biasatti______________________ 1974-77 Bobby Biehunko___________________ 1959-61 Gus Bierman___________________ 1940-41, 45 Albert Billingsley__________________ 1906-08 Linden Binion_____________________ 1938-39 Phil Birdwell_ ________________________1969 Bill Bishop________________________ 1974-76 Hugh Bishop_________________________1923 John Bishop_ ________________________1970 Melvin Bishop_____________________ 1920-23 Tom Bishop_______________________ 1946-48 Jude Bivins_ _________________________1913 Miles Bivins_______________________ 1907-08 Mike Black________________________ 1989-92 Linnon Blackmon__________________ 1936-37 Billy Blackstone____________________ 1940-42 Jim Blackwelder___________________ 1974-77 Kelly Blackwell_ ___________________ 1988-91 Lyle Blackwood____________________ 1971-72

Mike Blackwood______________________1975 Bob Blair_________________________ 1950-52 Rusty Blair___________________________1969 Tommy Blake_ ____________________ 2004-07 Bobby Blankenship___________________2002 Sir Demarco Bledsoe_ _________________2008 Bertram Bloor_____________________ 1904-07 David Bloxom_____________________ 1946-48 Shankle Bloxom_ __________________ 1947-49 George Boal_ _____________________ 1946-49 David Bobo_______________________ 1997-00 Andy Boerckel_____________________ 2001-03 Tunji Bolden______________________ 1989-92 Duke Bolen__________________________1943 John Bond________________________ 1941-42 Kendall Bond_ _______________________1943 Sidney Bond______________________ 1971-73 Brian Bonner______________________ 2004-07 Richard Booker____________________ 1987-90 John Booty_______________________ 1986-88 Kelly Bostick_ _____________________ 1970-71 Ben Boswell______________________ 1930-32 Maurice Bouldwin_ ________________ 2003-06 Brad Bowen_______________________ 1977-79 Lane Bowen_ _____________________ 1970-72 Bill Bowers________________________ 1962-64 Mike Bowers_________________________1977 Chuck Boyd__________________________1974 Kenny Boyd_______________________ 2003-04 Sterling Boyd_ ____________________ 1995-96 Ted Brack_________________________ 1978-81 Steve Braddock____________________ 1971-73 Cecil Bradford_____________________ 1916-19 Larry Bradford________________________2003 Patrick Bradford_ __________________ 1984-86 Marion Brally_________________________1917 Buster Brannon____________________ 1931-32 Chris Brasfield_____________________ 1994-95 Kenny Brasher________________________1976 Mike Bratcher_____________________ 1965-66 G.P. Braus_________________________ 1908-09 David Braxton_____________________ 1978-79 Zach Bray_ _______________________ 2003-04 Jerome Braziel_ ___________________ 2003-04 John Braziel____________________2000, ‘03-04 Brian Brazil_ ___________________ 1983, 85-87 Shannon Brazzell_ _______________ 1997-2000 David Breedlove___________________ 1989-92 Jeremy Breedlove__________________ 2003-04 Joe Breedlove_____________________ 1980-82 Jeff Breithaupt_ ___________________ 1973-74 Kevin Brewer______________________ 1992-95 Ron Zell Brewer____________________ 1981-83 Horace Brewster___________________ 1925-26 Rick Bridges_ ________________________1966 Joe Briggs________________________ 1996-98 Charles Brightwell_ ________________ 1966-68 Douglas Brightwell_________________ 1945-48 Charles Britton_ ______________________1989 Marion Broadley______________________1916 Logan Brock_ ________________________2008 Marcus Brock_ ______________ 2003-04, 06-07 Larry Brogdon________________________1969 Cliff Bronson_________________________1988 Daryl Brookins_ ___________________ 1982-83 Brian Brooks_ _____________________ 1991-94 Shawn Brooks_____________________ 2003-04 Tony Brooks_ __________________ 1985-86, 88 West Brooks_ _____________________ 1979-80 Aaron Brown______________________ 2005-08 Allen Brown_ _____________________ 1967-68 Clinton Brown________________________1984 Danny Brown_ _______________________1973 George Brown_____________________ 1946-48 Hal Brown________________________ 1984-86 Kevin Brown___________________1999-00, ‘02 Larry Brown______________________ 1989-90 Leslie Brown_________________________1966 Lynn Brown_______________________ 1932-33 Marvin Brown________________________1975 Michael Brown_ ___________________ 1996-97 Tony Brown_______________________ 1993-96 Wilbur Brown_ _______________________1914 Nick Browne______________________ 2001-03 Barry Browning____________________ 1996-97 Orein Browning_ __________________ 1947-49 Ronnie Brumbaugh_ _______________ 1939-41 Andre Bruce_ _____________________ 1995-98

Michael Bruegel______________________2002 Mike Brumbelow_ _________________ 1927-29 I.B. Bryan____________________________1945 Charles Bryant_ ___________________ 1973-74 H.H. Bryant_ ______________________ 1904-08 Walter Bryant_ ____________________ 2005-08 Eric Buchanan_____________________ 2003-06 Harold Buchanan_ ____________________1976 Bill Buck__________________________ 1950-52 Larry Bulaich______________________ 1962-64 Norm Bulaich_ _______________ 1966, 1968-69 Stanley Bull_______________________ 1954-55 Mike Bulla________________________ 1986-89 Donald Burrell________________________2000 Billy Bob Burdette__________________ 1956-60 Landry Burdine____________________ 1996-98 Logan Burdine_ ______________________2001 Clyde Burnett________________________1904 William Burrell____________________ 2007-08 Keith Burnett_ ____________________ 1984-86 Aaron Burton_ ____________________ 1993-94 James Busby_________________________1944 Bob Buschmann______________________1944 Guy Bob Buschmann_ _________________1971 Edgar Bush_ ______________________ 1909-10 Clarence Bussey_ __________________ 1911-12 W.M. Busy_ __________________________1905 Bill Butler_________________________ 1979-80 David Butler_ _____________________ 1981-83 Leo Butler________________________ 1929-30 Quincy Butler_ ____________________ 2004-05

C

E.D. Caffey________________________ 1946-47 William Cage______________________ 2006-07 Jerry Caillier_ _____________________ 1974-76 David Caldwell_ ______________________1977 David A. Caldwell__________________ 1983-86 James Calhoun_______________________1983 Andrew Calovich_ _________________ 2001-04 Pug Calvert__________________________1916 Cash Cameron_ ______________________2006 Hillard Camp______________________ 1921-22 Reggie Campbell_ ____________________1989 Sonny Campbell___________________ 1964-66 Derek Canine_ _______________________1997 Jerry Cannaday_______________________1965 Marcus Cannon____________________ 2007-08 Frank Cantelmi____________________ 1923-26 Ralph Cantrell_____________________ 1921-24 Tank Carder__________________________2008 W.G. Carnahan_ ___________________ 1897-98 T.W. Carpenter_______________________1931 Barney Carroll________________________1942 Harold Carson_____________________ 1924-26 Kit Carson________________________ 1922-23 Benny Carter_________________________1964 Brashant Carter____________________ 1992-95 Cecil Carter__________________________1957 Dan Carter________________________ 1967-69 Don Carter_ _________________________1970 Douglas Carter_______________________1943 Adan Casas_______________________ 1988-91 Charles Casper_ ___________________ 1932-33 Jason Cauble______________________ 1987-90 Jai Cavness_ _________________________2008 C.E. Cham­bers________________________1898 Terry Cham­pagne__________________ 1973-74 Charles Champine_ ________________ 1979-80 Blair Cherry_______________________ 1920-22 Daren Childs_________________________1991 Brown Chil­es_________________________1945 Jason Chilton_ ____________________ 1990-92 Marv Chipman_ ___________________ 1961-63 Zygmunt Choroszy_________________ 1982-84 Ivory Chris­tian_______________________1989 Ryan Christian_____________________ 2006-08 Allen Christopher_____________________2006 Ray Christopher_ _____________________2007 Zeke Chronister_ __________________ 1943-44 Earl Clark_________________________ 1937-39 Eddie Clark_ ______________________ 1981-82 Herman Clark_ ____________________ 1923-26 John Clark___________________________1913 N.L. Clark Jr.__________________________1927 Rex Clark_________________________ 1933-35 Robert Clark_ ________________________2007


D

H.B. Dabbs___________________________1906 Jeff Daily_________________________ 1986-88 Andy Dalton______________________ 2007-08 Reeves Dalton_____________________ 2003-05 Don Danford_________________________1988 Hicks Daniel_ ________________________1947 Milton Daniel_ ____________________ 1909-11 Wayne Daniels_ ___________________2006, 08 Tony Darthard_____________________ 1986-88 Jay Davern_ ___________________ 1993-94, 96 Tanner Davidson___________________ 2003-04 Andre Davis______________________ 1992-95 Bobby Davis_ _____________________ 1969-71 Bobby Davis_ _____________________ 1985-88 Charles Davis_ ____________________ 1971-73 Darrell Davis______________________ 1986-89 David Davis_______________________ 1981-83 Devon Davis______________________ 2001-03 Donald Davis_ ____________________ 1976-77 Greg Davis________________________ 1995-98 Kenneth Davis____________________ 1982-84 Lynn Davis________________________ 1975-77 Reggie Davis______________________ 1985-88 Larry Dawson_____________________ 1958-60 Kevin Dean_______________________ 1983-86 Robert Deck_ ________________________2008 Bill DeFee_ __________________________1966 Jay DeFee_ _______________________ 1969-70 Jarrod Delaney____________________ 1985-88 Kim Deloney______________________ 1978-79 Hubero Dennis____________________ 1930-32 Roy Dent_________________________ 1960-62 John Denton______________________ 1981-84 Michael DePriest___________________ 2003-06 Tony DeStefano_ _____________________1981 Ralph Diamond_______________________1997 Larry Dibbles_________________________1970 Stu Dickens____________________ 1989-91, 93 Chuck Dickenson_ _________________ 1984-87 Ervin Dickerson____________________ 2004-07 William Dickerson_____________________1991 Ad Dietzel________________________ 1930-31 Melvin Diggs______________________ 1933-35 Buddy Dike_______________________ 1954-56 Steve Dingler_ ____________________ 1981-82 David Dixon_ _____________________ 1970-72 Robert Dobry_ ____________________ 1974-75 John Dodson_ _______________________1961 R.E. Dodson_______________________ 1958-60 Rex Doerre_ _________________________1976 William Doherty______________________1899 Robert Dominguez____________________2001 Jon Donahue_ ____________________ 1995-97 Kyle Dooley__________________________2008 Bill Doty_____________________________1951 Dan Dougherty_______________________1990 A. Douglas___________________________1916 Astynax Douglas______________________1920 Jeff Dover_ _______________________ 1996-99 Zane Drake_______________________ 1980-82 Lloyd Draper______________________ 1970-72 Marcus Draper_ ______________________2004 Terry Drennan_____________________ 1972-74 Mike Dry_________________________ 1979-81 Ronald Dublin________________________1952 Carroll Dubose_ ___________________ 1963-64 Woodrow Duckworth_______________ 1938-39 John Dull_________________________ 1986-87 LaTarence Dunbar_________________ 1999-02 Dave Duncan_ ____________________ 1973-74 George Dunlap____________________ 1936-37 London Dunlap___________________ 1997-99 Johnny Dunn_ ____________________ 1948-50 Ken Durham_________________ 1978, 1980-82 Andy Durrett______________________ 1968-69 Loraine Dutton_______________________1917

E

Jim Eddlemen________________________1928 Joe Edens_ _______________________ 1915-16 Brian Edmondson__________________ 1997-00 Trent Edwards________________________1985 Weldon Edwards___________________ 1946-47 Melville Ehlers________________________1928 Delzon Elenburg___________________ 1955-57 Kagen Elenburg_ _____________________2008

Kent Elenburg________________________1976 Bill Elliott_________________________ 1948-49 Bill Elliott_________________________ 1987-90 Criss Elliott_ _________________________1916 Drew Ellis_ _______________________ 1934-36 Justin Ellis___________________________2005 Quint Ellis_ _______________________ 2000-02 Doug Elms________________________ 1983-86 Jimmy D. Elzner_ __________________ 1974-77 Trey Englert____________________ 2004-05, 07 Bryan Engram_____________________ 1953-55 Hunter Enis_______________________ 1956-58 Hubert Eoff_______________________ 1946-49 Bart Epperson_____________________ 1993-94 Phillip Epps_______________________ 1978-81 Graham Estes_ _______________________1922 Max Eubank_ _____________________ 1947-50 J.R. Eubanks_ _____________________ 1969-70 Roy Eury_ ________________________ 1928-30 Greg Evans_ ______________________ 1990-93 H.E. Evans_ __________________________1943 John Evans_ _________________________1899 Larry Evans__________________________1970 Lon Evans_ _______________________ 1930-32 Norman Evans_ ___________________ 1962-64 Richard Evans_____________________ 2001-02 Ross Evans___________________________2008 Tom Evans________________________ 1951-52 Beekie Ezell_______________________ 1945-46 Don Ezell_________________________ 1941-42

CHARLES DAVIS

Chris Clarke__________________________2006 Curtis Clay________________________ 2007-08 Leon Clay_ _______________________ 1989-92 Mike Cleavinger_ _____________________1999 Clifton Clemons_ __________________ 1995-96 Pat Clifford_ ______________________ 1936-38 Kyle Clifton_______________________ 1981-83 Ronald Clinkscale__________________ 1952-54 David Cody_______________________ 1975-76 Danny Colbert_ ______________________1970 Linzy Cole________________________ 1968-69 Carter Coleman_______________________1992 Drew Coleman_ ___________________ 2004-05 Joe Coleman______________________ 1932-34 Steven Coleman___________________ 2005-08 B.F. Collins___________________________1907 Brian Collins_ _____________________ 1992-95 Roosevelt Collins_ _________________ 1988-91 Terry Collins_ ________________________1967 Kevin Colon_______________________ 1998-99 Perry Colston_ ____________________ 1975-77 Drew Combs______________________ 2007-08 Larry Compton_______________________1977 Doug Conaway____________________ 1949-51 Stephen Conley_ __________________ 1987-90 Adrian Conlin_ _______________________1945 Corey Connally____________________ 2001-03 Patrick Connelly_ __________________ 1990-92 Bud Conway______________________ 1977-80 Charles Conway_ __________________ 1940-42 Aubrey Cook_________________________1915 Bob Cook________________________ 1937-39 John Cook________________________ 1944-47 Lee Cook_________________________ 1973-75 Terrance Cook________________________1996 Jim Cooke__________________ 1981-82, ‘84-85 Don Cooper_ _____________________ 1954-56 Gary Cooper______________________ 1963-65 James Cooper_____________________ 1944-45 James Cooper________________________1954 Jerry Cooper______________________ 1968-69 Steve Cooper_ _______________________1976 Kevin Cordesman_______________ 1989, 91-93 LaBron Cornell_ ______________________1993 Mark Cortez_ _____________________ 1994-97 Bryan Cortney_____________________ 2005-06 Thomas Costello______________________1943 Steve Cotaya______________________ 1981-82 Reginald Cottingham_______________ 1980-83 H.C. Couser__________________________1931 Bobby Cowan_____________________ 1973-75 Glenn Cowart_____________________ 1938-40 John P. Cox_ ______________________ 1911-15 Norman Cox______________________ 1944-45 Albert Cragwall_______________________1944 Jeff Craig_________________________ 1978-79 Bill Crawford______________________ 1939-41 Gary Crawford________________________1973 Michael Crawford__________________ 1997-98 Barry Crayton_ _______________________1977 Bob Creech_______________________ 1968-70 Ted Crenwelge_ ___________________ 1959-60 Dub Crocker_________________________1945 John Cromwell_______________________1992 Danny Cross_ _____________________ 1965-67 J.G. Crouch_ ______________________ 1974-76 Johnny Crouch____________________ 1952-54 Ronny Crouch________________________1961 Brandy Crow______________________ 1994-95 Ashley Crowley_______________________1921 Henry Crowsey____________________ 1954-56 Levoil Crump_ _________________ 1986, 88-90 Bill Crunk____________________________1918 Tommy J. Crutcher_________________ 1961-63 Tekerrein Cuba_______________________2008 Derrick Cullors_ ___________________ 1991-93 Stephen Culp_ ____________________ 2002-05 Gidden Culver________________________1916 Bob Cummings_______________________1977 Gerald Cumpton___________________ 1958-59 Quinton Cunigan_ _________________ 2004-07 Jazz Cunningham__________________ 1918-19 Bill Curtis____________________________1953 Chuck Curtis______________________ 1954-56

ROOSEVELT COLLINS

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

F

Gerald Falls__________________________1975 Drake Farmer_ ____________________ 1969-70 Milton Farmer_____________________ 1948-50 Tim Faulk____________________________1973 Jim Fauver________________________ 1962-64 Ted Fay_ _________________________ 1967-69 Dick Fencer_______________________ 1922-23 Bill Ferguson______________________ 1968-69 Jarrett Ferguson______________________1990 John Ferguson_ ___________________ 1976-79 H.E. Field____________________________1897 Bob Fields________________________ 1981-82 Charles Fields_ ____________________ 1907-10 Craig Fife_________________________ 1969-71 David Finney______________________ 1952-54 Dick Finney_______________________ 1955-57 Zarnell Fitch_ _____________________ 2004-05 Todd Fitzgerald____________________ 1995-96 Heard Floore_________________________1934 Clyde Flowers_____________________ 1942-44 Keith Flowers_ ____________________ 1949-51 Bobby J. Floyd_____________________ 1950-51 Donald Floyd_ ____________________ 1957-59 Mike Flynn_ ______________________ 1981-84 Johnny Fobbs________________________2008 Billy Fondren______________________ 1967-69 John Fonua_______________________ 2007-08 G.A. Foote___________________________1897 Corey Ford____________________ 1990, 92-93 Gary Ford_ ____________________ 1984, 86-88 Alan Foret________________________ 1987-89 Chuck Forney_ ____________________ 1967-69 Ross Forrest__________________________2008 Harry Fortson_ _______________________1995 Bill Foster___________________________1982 Bob Foster________________________ 1969-70 Marvin Foster_ ____________________ 1981-83 Chester Fowler____________________ 1919-21 Malvin Fowler_____________________ 1951-53 Jim Fox_ _________________________ 1961-63 Raymond Fox_ ____________________ 1913-15 C.J. Fraley_ _______________________ 1943-46 Ronald Frailey_____________________ 1951-53 Don Frazee_ ______________________ 1923-25 Allen Freeman_____________________ 1910-13 Bonner Frizzell_ ________________1904-06, ‘08 J.B. Frizzell___________________________1906 T.P. Frizzell___________________________1915 Evan Frosch_______________________ 2007-08 Bill Frost____________________________1976 Steve Frost_ ______________________ 1969-70 Kevin Frye________________________ 1989-91 Pete Fulcher_ _____________________ 1920-21 Curtis Fuller_______________________ 1998-00 Al Futrell_ ________________________ 1978-79

G

Foy Gaddy___________________________1947 Bill Gaffney__________________________1943 Jerry Gaither______________________ 1974-77 Edward Galaviz____________________ 1988-91 Bruce Galbert_____________________ 2001-03 Austin Galifaro_ ______________________2008 Lee Gallagher________________________1944 T.B. Gallaher_ ________________________1905 Elvis Gallegos_ ____________________ 2003-06 Ben Gantt_ _______________________ 1911-14 Cliff Gantt________________________ 1985-88 Bernee Garcia________________________1994 Harry Garder_________________________1943 Kris Gardner_ ________________________2008 James Gargus_____________________ 1981-84 Steve Garmon__________________ 1961, 63-64 Jeff Garner_ ______________________ 1997-00 Ervin Garnett________________________1970 Rick Garnett_ ________________________1971 John Garrard_________________________1904 Dub Garren_______________________ 1943-44 Ronald Garrett_ ______________________1914 Craig Garrison_____________________ 1989-91 George Gartner_______________________1943 Russell Gary_ __________________ 1996, 98-00 Billy Gault_ _______________________ 1958-60 Donald George____________________ 1958-60 Mack George_____________________ 1975-76 Wilson George_ ___________________ 1949-51 Chuck Giammalva_ ________________ 1975-77 Donnie Gibbs_____________________ 1965-67 Sonny Gibbs______________________ 1960-62 Merle Gibson_ ____________________ 1944-46 Marcus Gilbert_ ___________________ 1979-82 Kyle Gillespie______________________ 1939-41 Butch Gilliam_ ____________________ 1965-66 Jimmy Gilmore____________________ 1957-59 Lee Glasgow_________________________1932 David Glass__________________________1970 Dale Glasscock_ ___________________ 1959-61 S.S. Glasscock_ ____________________ 1897-99 James Gleaton_ ______________________2008 James Glenn______________________ 1951-52 Ole Glover___________________________1907 John Glud________________________ 2001-03 Marvin Godbolt_ __________________ 2001-04 Jeff Godley_ _________________________1993 Manuel Godwin_ __________________ 1933-35 Oscar Golson_________________________1912 Rode Gonzales_ ______________________1958 Justo Gonzalez____________________ 1986-87 Dennis Gooch_____________________ 1985-88

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

Rocky Goodman______________________1965 Josh Goolsby______________________ 2002-03 Paul Gorman_________________________1978 Jason Goss_ ____________________ 1999-2002 Leon Gough_ ________________________1910 J.R. Graham_______________________ 1989-90 Cory Grant___________________________2007 Jimmie Grant_ _______________________1927 Jimmy Grant_________________________1976 Jack Graves_______________________ 1931-33 Roy Graves_ _________________________1917 T. C. Graves_ ______________________ 1910-11 Allen Greeman_ ______________________1911 A. D. Green_ ______________________ 1920-23 Guy Green___________________________1897 Harlos Green______________________ 1929-31 Ansel Greer__________________________1925 David Gregg_________________________1973 Abe Greines_ _____________________ 1915-16 Clint Gresham_____________________ 2007-08 E. A. Gresham_ ____________________ 1965-67 Kelly Griffin_______________________ 2007-08 Aaron Griffing________________________1913 Austin Griffith_____________________ 1928-30 Eddie Grimes_____________________ 1977-80 Frankie Grimmett__________________ 1970-72 Matthew Grimmett_________________ 2003-05 Hardy Grissom_ ______________________1905 John Groom_ _____________________ 1955-57 Wilson Groseclose_ ________________ 1933-35 Beau Gross_ ______________________ 1996-97 Howard Grubbs_ __________________ 1928-29 Mark Gudeczauskas___________________2002 Anthony Gulley____________________ 1982-84 Steve Gunn_______________________ 1967-68 Tye Gunn_________________________ 2002-05

H

Fred Haberstick____________________ 1984-85 John Hadaway_ ______________________1944 Joel Haden_ ___________________ 1917-19, 21 Carl Hagman_________________________1945 Clint Hailey_______________________ 1986-87 Tony Haire___________________________1917 Billy Hale_________________________ 1943-46 I.B. Hale__________________________ 1936-38 Jerry Hale_ __________________________1970 Randy Hale_______________________ 1968-69 Shadie Hale__________________________1917 Chet Hall____________________________1943 Colby D. Hall______________________ 1898-99 Jesse Hall____________________________1961

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Johnny Hall_______________________ 1936-38 Keith Hall_________________________ 1981-82 Mike Hall_________________________ 1966-68 Van Hall__________________________ 1941-42 Vernon Hallbeck___________________ 1954-56 Danny Hallmark_ __________________ 1951-53 Milton Ham_______________________ 1958-60 Norman Hamilton__________________ 1954-56 James Hampton___________________ 1940-41 Phil Handler_ _____________________ 1928-29 Kevin Haney_ ____________________ 1978–81 Mike Hanna_______________________ 1973-74 Ken Hanson__________________________1970 I.C. Harbour__________________________1904 Josh Harbuck_ ____________________ 2001-02 Paul Harmon______________________ 1996-97 Quentily Harmon_ _________________ 2003-06 Bill Harp__________________________ 1982-83 Baraka Harper_____________________ 1990-92 Matt Harper_ _____________________ 1996-97 Bob Harrell_ ___________________ 1935-36, 38 Reggie Harrell_____________________ 2002-04 Monroe Harrelson____________________1944 Don Harris___________________________1977 James Harris______________________ 1976-78 Larry Harris_______________________ 1970-72 Lee Harris_ __________________________1970 Marshall Harris_ ___________________ 1957-59 Marshall E. Harris_ _________________ 1951-53 Marshall K. Harris_ ______________ 1974,76-78 R.C. Harris_ _______________________ 1951-53 Scott Harris_______________________ 1985-88 Ted Harris_ __________________________1967 Wylie Harris__________________________1920 Wilbert Harrison___________________ 1934-36 Greg Harriss_ ________________________1992 Dan Harston_________________________1933 Brian Hart_ __________________________1988 Mike Harter_______________________ 1940-42 Frank Hartman_ ___________________ 1977-79 Mike Hartman_____________________ 1979-81 John T. Hartness______________________1958 John Harville______________________ 1950-52 A.M. Harwood________________________1907 Brandon Hassell_ __________________ 2003-04 Froggie Hawes_ ___________________ 1916-17 Frank Hawkins_ ___________________ 1985-88 Wade Hawkins_ ______________________1927 David Hawthorne__________________ 2004-07 Chris Hayes_______________________ 2004-05 Andrew Hayes-Stoker_______________ 1999-02 Kenny Hayter_ ____________________ 2002-03 Sherrill Headrick___________________ 1957-58 Billy Hearne__________________________1942 Shellie Hearran_______________________1960 John A. Heatherly__________________ 1969-71 Mike Hebert_ _____________________ 1985-87 Brent Hecht_______________________ 2005-06 Richard Hein______________________ 1975-76 Jeff Heinichen________________________1973 Jesse Hejny_______________________ 2004-05 James Helwig________________________1970 Brian Henderson______________________1996 Richard Henderson____________________1948 Colvern Henry________________________1919 Russell Hensch_ ___________________ 1936-38 Ken Henson_ _____________________ 1962-64 Robert Henson____________________ 2005-08 Bernie Henyon_ ______________________1984 C.W. Herman_________________________1897 Gene Hernandez___________________ 1972-74 Jack Herring_ ________________________1939 John Hetherly_____________________ 1969-71 Bobby Hickey________________________1970 Jimmy Hickey_____________________ 1948-50 Anthony Hickman_ ________________ 1989-92 Brandon Hickman__________________ 1993-94 Antoine Hicks________________________2008 Morelle Hicks_ ____________________ 1946-49 W. B. Higgins______________________ 1914-15 Rodney Higgs_____________________ 1985-88 Jason Higham_____________________ 1999-01 Brooks Hill___________________________1961 H. Hill_______________________________1918 Joe Hill________________________1997, ‘99-01 Paul Hill_____________________________1934 Pete Hill__________________________ 1960-61 Ray Hill_ _________________________ 1953-54

William (Loey) Hill_____________________1949 Kenneth Hilliard___________________ 2000-02 Joe Hines_________________________ 1981-82 Scott Hines_______________________ 1990-91 J.W. (Grassy) Hinton_ _______________ 1929-31 Lonta Hobbs___________________ 2002-04, 06 Stephen Hodge_ __________________ 2005-08 James Hodges_ ___________________ 1969-70 Robert Hogg_________________________1917 Carlos Holcomb_ _____________________1926 Richard Holden_______________________1960 Jerry Holland_______________________ 1956 Phillip Holler______________________ 1991-94 Larry Hollinquest_ ____________________1997 Kevin Holmes_____________________ 1992-95 Todd Holmes______________________ 1988-89 David Holt________________________ 1968-69 R. Holt______________________________1897 Solon Holt________________________ 1934-36 Reggie Holts______________________ 2001-02 Bill Honey_______________________ 1921–24 Allen Hooker______________________ 1973-75 Charles Hooper_______________________1914 Pud Hooser__________________________1919 Robert Hoot_ _____________________ 1977-78 Doug Hooten_ ____________________ 1967-68 Manvel Hopes_____________________ 1992-95 Jeff Hopkins_ _____________________ 1986-88 T.B. Hopkins_ ________________________1911 Frank Horak_______________________ 1964-66 Durward Horner___________________ 1938-40 Albin Houdek________________________1944 Mike Houston__________________1989, ‘91-93 Loren Houtchens_ _________________ 1920-21 Alex Howard_________________________1906 Randy Howard_ ___________________ 1963-64 Foster Howell_ ___________________ 1929–32 Stephan Howland__________________ 1985-88 Glen P. Hudgins_______________________1976 Tom Hudgins_ _______________________1945 Cubby Hudler_____________________ 1965-67 Shane Hudnall_ ___________________ 2001-02 Chad Huffman_ ______________________2005 Jerry Huffman_____________________ 1960-61 Royce Huffman____________________ 1970-72 Royce Huffman II_ _________________ 1996-99 Jerry Hughes______________________ 2006-08 Norman Hughes___________________ 1949-51 John Hulse_ _________________________1964 Burl Hulsey_ _________________________1910 Ray Hummel_________________________1978 Jimmy Hunt_ _____________________ 1947-49 Kam Hunt_ _______________________ 1995-98 Reggie Hunt_ _____________________ 1996-99 Corderra Hunter___________________ 2006-08 Hal Hunter___________________________1912 Gaylon Hyder_ ____________________ 1993-95

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Alex Ibiloye_______________________ 2007-08 Buddy Iles________________________ 1958-61 Jason Illian_ ______________________ 1995-98 Darius Ingram_____________________ 2005-07 Guy Inman_ _________________________1897 Michael Isaac_ ____________________ 1958-61 Michael Isaac_ ____________________ 1977-79 Rich Isel__________________________ 1974-75

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Lindsey Jacks_ ____________________ 1921-24 Cedric Jackson_ ___________________ 1988-90 Charlie Jackson_________________1946, ‘48-50 Don Jackson______________________ 1960-61 G.P. Jackson__________________________1920 Marcus Jackson____________________ 2006-08 Michael Jackson___________________ 1989-92 Ralph Jackson________________________1982 Ransom Jackson______________________1944 Sadd Jackson_ ____________________ 1990-93 William Jackson_ __________________ 2004-07 Henry Jacot__________________________1980 Steve Jamail_ _____________________ 1965-67 Cedric James______________________ 1997-00 Detrick James_____________________ 2005-06 Royal James_ ________________________1943 Terence James_ ___________________ 2003-04

Michael Janak_____________________ 1993-96 Chris Jeffery_ ________________________1995 Tony Jeffery_______________________ 1984-87 Ron Jiles_ ________________________ 1986-89 Akili Johnson_ _______________________1996 Bart Johnson______________________ 2007-08 Brandon Johnson__________________ 2001-03 Chase Johnson____________________ 2001-04 Darryl Johnson_______________________1995 David Johnson_ ______________________1982 Doyle Johnson_ ___________________ 1964-66 Ed Johnson__________________________2002 Fred Johnson_ _______________________1993 Joe Johnson_ _____________________ 1985-86 Lawrence Johnson____________________1981 Mike Johnson_____________________ 1980-81 T.J. Johnson_______________________ 2007-08 Dale Johnston_____________________ 1966-67 Billy Jones________________________ 1983-86 Bird Jones________________________ 1999-00 Bobby Jones_________________________1991 Calvin Jones_ _____________________ 1990-93 Charles Jones_ _______________________1997 Colin Jones_______________________ 2007-08 Dan Jones________________________ 1963-65 Dub Jones___________________________1905 Glen Jones_ ______________________ 1951-52 Gregg Jones_ _____________________ 1985-87 H. Jones_____________________________1918 Jimmy Jones_________________________1945 Jonathan Jones_______________________2008 Lenoy Jones_ _____________________ 1992-95 Lorenzo Jones________________________2005 Paul Jones________________________ 1982-84 Reuben Jones_____________________ 1980-82 Bob Jordan__________________________1937 Robert Jordan________________________1934 Charles Joslin_ ____________________ 1945-48 Chris Judge_______________________ 1976-79 Keith Judy________________________ 1974-75 Steve Judy________________________ 1969-71

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Josh Karlin________________________ 2006-07 Danny Kasper_____________________ 1975-77 Chris Kaylakie_____________________ 1998-00 Mike Keathley_____________________ 1997-00 Tracey Kellow_ ____________________ 1933-35 Jason Kelly_ ______________________ 1992-94 Anson Kelton_ _______________________2008 Robert Kemp________________________1977 James Kennedy_______________________1987 Enis Kerlee_______________________ 1938-40 Jeremy Kerley_____________________ 2007-08 Bill Kerr_ ____________________________1924 Jared Kesler_______________________ 2004-05 Calvin Kiker__________________________1917 Carlton Kile__________________________1977 Kyle Killough______________________ 1976-77 Harold Kilman_____________________ 1947-49 Bill Kinder___________________________1977 Billy King____________________________1996 Bryan King_______________________ 1973-75 David King_ ______________________ 1992-95 Doug King________________________ 1975-76 Shawn King__________________________1980 Gerald Kirby_ _____________________ 1968-70 Jake Kirkpatrick____________________ 2007-08 Johnny Kitchen____________________ 1932-33 David Kline__________________________1966 Forrest Kline_ _____________________ 1936-38 George Kline______________________ 1933-35 Max Knake_ ______________________ 1992-95 H.H. Knight_______________________ 1904-07 Carl Knox_________________________ 1946-47 H.C. Knox____________________________1952 Walter Knox_________________________1922 Carl Koch_________________________ 1945-47 Alexander Kornegay________________ 1915-16 Frank Kring_______________________ 1939-41 Mark Krug_____________________1974-75, ‘77 Joe Kucera___________________________1944 Kyle Kummer_ ____________________ 2004-05 Troy Kunkel__________________________2000 La Juan Kyles______________________ 1988-90


Mark Labhart_ ____________________ 1977-78 Raymone Lacey___________________ 1997-98 Lane Ladewig_____________________ 1966-67 Shane Ladewig____________________ 1997-00 Dale Ladner_______________________ 1971-73 Jim Ladner_ _________________________1994 Rick LaFavers______________________ 1992-95 Danny Lamb______________________ 1968-69 Duke Lamb_______________________ 1992-93 Blake Lambert________________________1978 Hal Lambert_ _____________________ 1951-53 Standard Lambert_ ________________ 1929-31 Tom Lamonica_ ___________________ 1908-10 Steve Landon_ ____________________ 1965-67 Jack Langdon_____________________ 1932-34 Roy (Brick) Largent____________________1921 Albert Lasater________________________1957 Marvin Lasater_ ___________________ 1957-59 Dick Laswell_ _____________________ 1954-55 Ed Laswell________________________ 1984-85 Henry G. Lavender_ ________________ 1910-12 Jimmy Lawrence___________________ 1933-35 Quinton Lawrence_ ___________________1943 Joey Lawson_________________________1969 Alan Layne_ ______________________ 1973-74 George Layne________________________1976 George Layne_____________________ 1998-00 Owen Lease_ ________________________1943 Clarence Leatch_ _____________________2008 Lonny Leatherman____________________1958 Robert Lee__________________________1969 Chris Leiss___________________________1980 Cy Leland_ _______________________ 1928-30 Tim Lemear__________________________1986 Darrell G. Lester_ __________________ 1933-35 Darrell R. Lester_______________________1964 Forrest Levy_ __________________ 1920, 23-25 Adrian Lewis______________________ 1999-00 Allen Lewis_ ______________________ 1999-00 David Lewis__________________________1991 Ken Lewis_ ____________________ 2002, 04-06 Ron Lewis_ _______________________ 1985-88 Thomas Lewis________________________1991 Larry Lilly____________________________1966 Robert Lilly_______________________ 1958-60 Abe Lin­coln__________________________1947 Matty Lindner_____________________ 2005-07 Jack Lindsey_ ________________________1924 Larry Lin­ger_______________________ 1973-74 Aubrey Linne_ ____________________ 1935-36 Aubrey Linne, Jr.___________________ 1958-60 Bryon Linwood____________________ 1981-84 Dick Lipscomb_ ______________________1946 Garland Littles_ ________________ 1984, 86-87 Ronnie Littleton_ __________________ 1972-75 Paul Llewellyn_____________________ 1986-88 Billy Lloyd________________________ 1966-68 Paul Lockman________________________1917 Peter LoCoco______________________ 2004-06 Doug Loeser______________________ 1996-97 Ernest Long_______________________ 1923-24 Don Looney_ _____________________ 1937-39 Keith Loosier_________________________1985 Darryl Lowe_______________________ 1975-76 Dick Lowe_____________________ 1947, 49-50 Buddy Lucas______________________ 1959-60 Jim Lucas______________________ 1943, 46-47 Homer Ludiker_ ___________________ 1948-50 Craig Lund__________________________1974 Mike Luttrell______________________ 1972-74 Tyler Luttrell_ ________________________2008 Robert Lyles_ _____________________ 1980-83

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Marvin Macicek___________________ 1962-63 Roy Mack____________________________1923 Roland Maclin________________________1952 Duff Maddox______________________ 1973-74 Adrian Madise_____________________ 2001-02 Ricky Madison_____________________ 2000-03 J.M. Magill___________________________1917 Tom Magoffin_____________________ 1961-63 Terrance Maiden___________________ 1997-00 Timothy Maiden___________________ 1997-00 Doyle Malone_____________________ 1947-49 Flander Malone____________________ 2002-04

Jeff Malonson________________________1990 James Maness_____________________ 1981-84 Chris Manfredini___________________ 2005-07 Robert Mangum___________________ 1961-63 Talden Manton____________________ 1933-35 Red Marable______________________ 1947-50 Rodney Marek________________________1966 Vernon Marlar_____________________ 1966-69 Tyler Marrou______________________ 2007-08 John Marsh_______________________ 1989-91 Bill Marshall__________________________1943 Kent Marshall_ ____________________ 1971-73 Arve Martin_______________________ 1958-60 Jesse Martin_ __________________ 1914-15, 17 Mikyha Martin____________________ 1992-95 Othol (Abe) Martin_________________ 1928-30 Ralph Martin______________________ 1915-17 W.A. Martin_______________________ 1904-06 Wayne Martin_____________________ 1950-52 Gary Martinec_____________________ 1969-71 Jesse Mason_ _____________________ 1944-45 Donald Massey____________________ 2005-07 Hugh Massey_ _______________________1967 William Massie_ ___________________ 1907-10 Corey Masters_____________________ 1994-97 Willie Mathis______________________ 1949-50 Bill Mattern__________________________1951 Eddie Matthews___________________ 1968-69 Rags Matthews____________________ 1925-27 Ruby Matthews____________________ 1960-62 Steve Mauch_________________________1974 Dwayne May______________________ 1982-83 Gene Mayes_ _____________________ 1966-68 Robbie Mayfield___________________ 1967-68 Mason Mayne_____________________ 1935-37 Oscar Mayo__________________________1919 Jimmy McAteer____________________ 1961-63 Roger McAuley____________________ 1948-49 Scott McCall_ _____________________ 1934-36 Chad McCarty_____________________ 1998-01 Chance McCarty________________ 1993, 95-97 Cody McCarty_____________________ 2001-04 Lacy McClanahan_______________ 1935, 37-38 John McClean_____________________ 1978-81 Claude McClellan_____________________1897 J. V. McClintic_ _______________________1897 Harold McClure____________________ 1934-36 Bob McCollum_ ___________________ 1941-42 Fred McConnell___________________ 1925-26 W.E. McConnell____________________ 1921-24 Carlton McCormack________________ 1950-52 Ralph McCormick_____________________1910 Greg McCoy_ ________________________2008 Ray McCulloch_ ___________________ 1929-30 Joe McCullom________________________1912 Jay McCullough_ _____________________1905 Jay McCullough_ __________________ 1954-56 David McDaniel_ __________________ 1967-68 Otis McDaniel________________________2005 LaMarcus McDonald________________ 2000-02 Mark McDowell_______________________1968 Bobby McEachern_ ________________ 1951-52 Lawrence McElroy_ ________________ 1961-63 Bobby McFarland__________________ 1950-51 Bose McFarland_ _____________________1920 J.P. McFarland_____________________ 1995-96 Mark McFarland_ _____________________1983 Dennis McGehee_ _________________ 1973-75 James A. McGehee____________________1944 David McGinnis___________________ 1970-72 Otis McKelvey_____________________ 1946-49 Mike McKendrick_ ____________________1975 Doug McKinnon___________________ 1969-71 Scott McKinnon_ _________________ 1989-91 Charles McKissick_____________________1967 Ewell McKnight_______________________1914 Jim McKown_________________________1913 Ray McKown______________________ 1951-53 Mike McLeod_ ____________________ 1974-76 Scott McLeod_____________________ 1992-93 James McMath____________________ 1975-76 Ron McMillon________________________1966 Joe McNamara_ ___________________ 1913-15 Jim McNiel_ ___________________ 1971, 73-74 Kyle McPherson_ __________________ 1990­-93 David McSpadden_ ________________ 1957-59 Joel McVea_ ______________________ 1980-81 Charles McWilliams_ _______________ 1992-95

Johnny McWilliams_________________ 1973-74 Robert McWright_ _________________ 1988-89 Frank Medanich_ _____________________1941 John Medanich____________________ 1950-51 Amos Melton_ _______________________1927 Chico Mendoza____________________ 1956-57 Robert Merrill_____________________ 2003-05 Wayne Merritt_____________________ 1967-69 Bubba Meyer_ ___________________ 1957–60 Dutch Meyer________________ 1916-17, 20-21 L.D. Meyer________________________ 1934-36 John Meyers______________________ 1968-69 Wallace Meyers_______________________1931 Anthony Mican_______________________1975 Boyd Milby_ ______________________ 1991-94 Dugan Miligan_ ___________________ 1959-60 Bryan Miller_______________________ 1917-18 Clyde Miller__________________________1914 Jerry Miller_ ______________________ 1967-69 Kenneth Miller_ ___________________ 1956-57 Virgil Miller_ ______________________ 1954-57 Wren Miller_______________________ 1983-85 Jeff Millican_______________________ 1997-00 Gray Mills_ _______________________ 1961-63 Sean Millsap______________________ 1985-86 Michael Milton____________________ 1976-77 Ed Minter_ _______________________ 1981-82 George Mitcham______________________1945 Basil Mitchell______________________ 1995-98 Charles Mitchell_ __________________ 1967-69 Hodges Mitchell______________________1970 John Mitchell_ ____________________ 1955-57 Curtis Modkins____________________ 1989-92 Jeremy Modkins___________________ 2002-05 Gerry Modzelewski_________________ 1975-76 Joe Moffett_______________________ 1957-59 Alex Molina_______________________ 1990-91 Beecher Montgomery_ _____________ 1940-42 Giles Montgomery_________________ 2005-08 Jim Montgomery_ ____________________1970 John Montgomery____________________1898 Paul Montgomery__________________ 1985-86 Ross Montgomery_ ________________ 1966-68 Vic Montgomery___________________ 1934-36 Kevin Moody______________________ 1978-79 John Moon__________________________1990 Chuck Mooney____________________ 1987-90 Clovis Moore____________________ 1899-1903 Cody Moore_ _____________________ 2005-08 Derek Moore______________________ 2005-07 Greg Moore_______________________ 1986-89 Kenneth Moore____________________ 1928-29 Matt Moore_______________________ 1994-95 Robert Moore________________________1899 Robert Moore_____________________ 1928-29 Tavarus Moore_ ___________________ 1995-98 William Moore_ ______________________1899 Zack Moore__________________________2002 Bill Moorman_ ____________________ 1947-50 Bob Moorman_____________________ 1947-50 Tommy Moorman_____________________1951 Ted More____________________________2000 Harry Moreland___________________ 1958-60 Toby Morey_______________________ 1989-90 Cecil Morgan______________________ 1927-28 Jon Morgan_______________________ 2001-03 Steve Morman_ ______________________1977 Norman Morrill____________________ 1943-45 J.C. Morris________________________ 1979-82 Lynn Morrison_____________________ 1960-63 Guy Morriss_______________________ 1970-72 Sammy Morrow_ __________________ 1951-53 Jody Morse_______________________ 1989-92 Cody Mortensen___________________ 1995-98 John Morton______________________ 1949-50 Gene Moser______________________ 1972-74 Baron Mosley_ ____________________ 1977-80 Daron Mosley_____________________ 1977-80 Bob Moss_ _______________________ 1940-41 Stanley Moss______________________ 2001-03 Darrell Mott______________________ 1962-64 Mike Moulton_____________________ 1991-94 Tom Mraz_ __________________________1973 Harold Muckleroy__________________ 1971-72 Harry Mullins_____________________ 1944-45 Marvin Mullins_ ___________________ 1995-96 G. Ramon Murphy_ ________________ 1953-54 Bobby Murray________________________1958

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DON LOONEY

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A.J. Muse______________________1904-05, ‘07 Jon Muther__________________________2001 Wallace Myers_____________________ 1931-33 Lloyd Mynatt______________________ 1961-63

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Brandon Najarian__________________ 1993-94 Don Narrell_______________________ 1947-49 Steve Nash_ ______________________ 1990-91 Jim Nayfa_ _______________________ 1964-66 Orville Neal_______________________ 1955-56 Charlie Needham__________________ 1935-36 Billy Neel_________________________ 1974-75 Don Neely________________________ 1967-68 Gordon Nees_________________________1966 Bobby Nelson_____________________ 1964-66 Conway Nelson_______________________1950 John Nelson_ _____________________ 1914-16 Orlon Nelson______________________ 1964-66 Tom Nelson__________________________1945 Jamison Newby_ __________________ 2003-06 Jon Newby_ _________________________1989 Marshall Newhouse_ _______________ 2006-08 Biss Newman_ _______________________1919 Lee Newman______________________ 1985-88 Falanda Newton___________________ 1985-88 Kelvin Newton_ ___________________ 1977-80 Ray Newton_ ________________________1945 John Nichols___________________1968-69, ‘71 John L. Nichols_______________________1980 Ava Nicholson_____________________ 1923-24 Ron Nickelson________________________1985 John Nikkel_______________________ 1955-57 Ben Nix_ _________________________ 1961-62 Emery Nix________________________ 1941-42 Fred Nix__________________________ 1966-68 Kent Nix_________________________ 1962-64 Scott Nix____________________________1978 WC Nix__________________________ 1985-86 Ronnie Nixon_ ____________________ 1964-66 Mike Noack_______________________ 1989-92 Ollie Norris_ _________________________1983

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Fred Obenchain_ _____________________1904 Davey O’Brien_____________________ 1936-38 Jack Odle_________________________ 1938-40 Roland Ogan___________________1919, ‘21-22 Scott O’Glee_ _____________________ 1974-76 John Oglesby_ ____________________ 1992-93

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Frank Oglevie________________________1916 E.G. Ohnsorg_________________________1921 Bernard Oldham___________________ 1995-96 Rudy Oliveira________________________1992 Billy Oliver________________________ 1983-84 Jimmy Oliver______________________ 1991-94 Red Oliver________________________ 1930-32 William Oliver________________________2005 J.C. O’Neal________________________ 1942-45 Matt Orlovsky_____________________ 2001-02 Todd Orsak_ ______________________ 1989-90 Chase Ortiz_______________________ 2005-07 Oran Osburn_________________________1912 John Ott_ ________________________ 1972-73 Billy Overshown______________________2004 Charlie Owens____________________ 1999-01 Chester Owens_______________________1945 Joe Owens_______________________ 1961-63 Marion Owens_ ______________________1945 James Ozee_______________________ 1955-57 Ken Ozee_________________________ 1982-85

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Jim Quinn________________________ 1974-76

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Steve Page_ ______________________ 1981-84 Bill Palmer___________________________1927 Derrell Palmer_____________________ 1940-42 Tommy Palmer____________________ 1986-89 Matt Panfil________________________ 2005-08 Luther Parker_ ____________________ 1911-13 Ronald Parker_____________________ 1974-75 Ben Parks____________________________1918 Hubert Parrett_____________________ 1950-51 Lowell Parrish________________________1927 Darrell Patterson___________________ 1979-82 Gary Patterson_ ________________1973-74, ‘76 Kendrick Patterson______________1997-99, ‘01 Martin Patterson___________________ 2001-04 Steve Patterson____________________ 1971-73 Clifton Pattoon_______________________1942 Victor Payne_ _____________________ 1998-01 Marvin Pearson____________________ 2004-05 Ryan Pearson_ ____________________ 2002-05 Lee Peebles__________________________1926 Paul Peebles______________________ 1957-59 Larry Peel_ __________________________1966 Mark Penson______________________ 1993-94 Chris Peoples_ ____________________ 2001-03 Ronnie Peoples____________________ 1970-72 Cy Perkins________________________ 1931-33 Noah C. Perkins____________________ 1906-08 Larry Perry________________________ 1963-65 Stanley Petry______________________ 1985-88

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S.L. Phelps___________________________1932 Bill Phillips________________________ 1960-61 Jason Phillips_ ____________________ 2005-08 Preston Phillips____________________ 2006-08 Preston Phillips_______________________1964 Tracy Philyaw_ _______________________1980 Joseph Phipps____________________ 1995-98 Max Pierce________________________ 1958-60 Alan Pike_________________________ 1946-47 Chris Piland_______________________ 1992-95 Charlie Pillow_ _______________________1969 Ray Pinion________________________ 1959-61 Roy Pitcock_______________________ 1949-51 Wayne Pitcock____________________ 1946-47 Andy Pitts________________________ 1983-86 Hugh Pitts________________________ 1953-55 Hugh Pitts, Jr._ _______________________1980 Paul Pitts_________________________ 1957-58 Bobby Plummer___________________ 1959-61 Harold Pollard_____________________ 1954-56 Robert Pollard_____________________ 2000-03 Jason Pohl___________________________1994 Lou Porch_ _______________________ 1997-98 Ashby Porter______________________ 1993-96 Greg Porter_______________________ 1978-81 Ralph Porter_ ________________________1942 William J. Porter_ __________________ 1964-66 Kenny Post_ ______________________ 1965-67 Freddie Pouncy_______________________1971 Jamal Powell______________________ 2000-02 Dicky Powers_____________________ 1973-74 John Prater_______________________ 1977-78 James Prather________________________1990 Jim Pratt_ ________________________ 1937-38 John Preston______________________ 1980-81 James Price_______________________ 1975-77 Bud Priddy_ ______________________ 1960-62 Merlin Priddy_ ____________________ 1957-59 Rafael Priest_ _____________________ 2006-08 Bobby Prince______________________ 1959-60 Casey Printers_____________________ 1999-01 Heine Prinzing_ ______________________1917 Randy Pritchett_______________________1969 Frank Pruett_ ________________________1897 Madison Pruitt_ ___________________ 1930-32 Vincent Pryor_ ____________________ 1991-94 Chad Pugh_ ______________________ 2000-03 Leonard Pugh_____________________ 1940-41 Tim Pulliam_______________________ 1973-75 Saul Pullman_________________________1958 Chad Purcell______________________ 1999-00 Rusty Putt_____________________1970, ‘72-73 John W. Pyburn____________________ 1906-09 Louis Pyle_ __________________________1966

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Sammy Rabb______________________ 1967-69 Heath Raetz_ ________________________2008 Roy Lee Rambo____________________ 1958-59 Sam Ramirez_________________________1983 Jack Ramsay______________________ 1951-52 Bill Ramsey_______________________ 1940-41 Otis Ramsey_ _____________________ 1914-15 Tony Rand________________________ 1989-92 Bill Randolph_ _______________________1946 David Rascoe_ ____________________ 1985-88 C.T. (Blue) Rattan___________________ 1905-09 Raiford Rattan_____________________ 1989-91 Wm. V. Rattan__________________1909-10, ‘12 Beau Rawlins______________________ 1991-93 Jack Ray__________________________ 1951-52 James J. Ray_ _____________________ 1898-99 James Ray________________________ 1967-69 Lee Ray_ ____________________________1974 Luke Ray_ ________________________ 1912-13 Nathan Ray_______________________ 1970-71 Ranorris Ray_ _____________________ 2002-05 Ruben Ray________________________ 1976-77 Shae Reagan______________________ 2006-08 Jack Reding_______________________ 1958-59 Steve Reed_ ______________________ 1991-92 Tom Reed_ __________________________1901 Crawford Reeder___________________ 1913-14

Michael Reeder____________________ 1994-97 Earl Reeves_ _________________________1976 Harvey Reeves_ ___________________ 1962-64 Norman Reeves_ _____________________1960 Ivor Reid_ ___________________________1928 Mark Renfro_ ________________________1976 Mike Renfro_______________________ 1974-77 Jackie Resch_ ________________________1978 Jared Retkofsky____________________ 2004-06 Dave Rettig_______________________ 1962-64 Fain Reynolds_____________________ 1927-28 Felix Reynolds________________________1927 Jordy Reynolds____________________ 1988-89 Raymond Rhodes_____________________1970 Donald R. Richard__________________ 1978-81 John Richards_____________________ 1964-66 Bobby Richardson_ ________________ 1977-80 Craig Richardson_ _________________ 1978-79 Toby Richardson______________________1988 Bob Richey_ _________________________1971 Nic Richmond_____________________ 2006-08 William Riley______________________ 1967-69 Jason Ritchmond_ _________________ 1991-93 Aubel Riter_ _________________________1909 Claude Roach_____________________ 1952-53 David Roach______________________ 2004-07 Nathan Roach_____________________ 2000-01 Phil Roach________________________ 1939-41 Rollin Roach_ ________________________1924 Walter Roach______________________ 1934-36 William Roach_____________________ 1957-59 Joe Robb_________________________ 1956-58 Barret Robbins_ ___________________ 1991-94 Clyde Roberson_ __________________ 1928-30 Allen Roberts_ _______________________1977 B.J. Roberts_______________________ 1998-01 Glen Roberts______________________ 1934-36 Graham Roberts______________________1943 Rex Roberts__________________________1989 Wesley Roberts____________________ 1976-79 Dana Robinson____________________ 1995-96 Ed Robinson______________________ 1971-73 Marshall Robinson_ ________________ 1951-53 Morris Robison_______________________1908 Cory Rodgers_ ____________________ 2003-05 Charles Rogers_ ___________________ 1950-52 Glynn Rogers_ ____________________ 1935-37 Randy Rogers_____________________ 1944-48 Wayne Rogers_____________________ 1947-49 Curtis Rollins_________________________1957 Henry Rose_______________________ 1944-46 Ricky Rougely_____________________ 1985-86 Homer Rowe_________________________1902 Justin Rowland____________________ 1958-59 Allen Rowson_ _______________________1920 Tyrone Roy_ ______________________ 1992-95 Marvin Ruchti________________________1976 Kenneth Ruelas_______________________2006 Bob Ruff_ ________________________ 1944-45 Carl Rush____________________________1976 Vernon Russell_ ___________________ 2005-06 Scottie Rutherford_ ________________ 1918-19 John Ruthstrom_ __________________ 1968-70 Sam Rutledge________________________1897 Joe Ryan____________________________1945 Raleigh Ryan______________________ 1920-21 Hayes Rydel______________________ 1994-95

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Billy Sadler_ ______________________ 1971-72 Dan Salkeld_______________________ 1930-32 Everett Salley_ ____________________ 1954-55 Jerry Salley_ ______________________ 1956-57 Mike Salvage_________________________2005 Bobby Sanders____________________ 1962-64 Ikey Sanders_________________________1918 Nick Sanders______________________ 2006-08 Russ Sanders______________________ 1997-98 Tyrone Sanders____________________ 2000-03 Don Sanford___________________ 1953, 55-56 Steve Sanford________________________1970 Jeff Santos___________________________1997 John Saunders_ ______________________1978 Tony Savino_______________________ 2006-07 Luther Scarborough________________ 1925-26 Mike Scarborough_ ________________ 1998-99 Tim Schade__________________________1991

Eric Schautteet_______________________2004 Chris Schirmer_ ___________________ 1982-83 Ryan Schlenger____________________ 2003-05 Blake Schlueter____________________ 2005-08 Bubba Schmid_ ______________________1945 Aaron Schobel_ ___________________ 1997-00 Bo Schobel_ ___________________2000, ‘02-03 Bob Schobel______________________ 1969-71 Matt Schobel_ __________________ 1999-2001 Darren Schultz_ ___________________ 1990-92 Anthony Sciaraffa__________________ 1982-84 Bennie Scott______________________ 1990-91 Danny Scott_ _____________________ 1973-74 E. U. Scott_ _______________________ 1907-08 Ken Scott_________________________ 1950-51 Joe Segulja_______________________ 1974-76 Perry Senn________________________ 1972-73 P.D. Shabay_______________________ 1965-67 Paul Shabay_ _____________________ 1987-88 Jack Shackelford___________________ 1930-32 Terry Shackelford_ _________________ 1967-69 Doug Shanks_____________________ 1997, ‘99 Dan Sharp________________________ 1983-84 M.R. Sharp___________________________1897 Tommy Sharp_____________________ 1984-87 Harold Sharpe________________________1917 Chris Shaw_ ______________________ 1985-86 Marcus Shaw_________________________2000 Paul Shearer_ ________________________1977 Rick Sheddy_ _____________________ 1966-68 Young Sheffield_ _____________________1956 Tommy Shehan____________________ 1982-85 Buster Shelton_ ______________________1993 Joe Sherrell_______________________ 1965-66 Bobby Sherrod____________________ 1938-40 Johnny Sherrod_ __________________ 1944-45 Stephen Shipley__________________ 1989–92 W. M. Shirley______________________ 1921-23 Luke Shivers_ ________________________2008 Jim Shofner_______________________ 1955-57 Fred Shook_ ______________________ 1938-39 Ber­nard Short________________________1944 Gar­land Short_____________________ 1979-82 Wade Shumate____________________ 1899-03 Kurt Shunkey_ ____________________ 1979-80 Bill Sikes_ ________________________ 1952-53 Butch Silvey_ _____________________ 1970-72 Tracy Simien______________________ 1985-88 Berl Simmons_____________________ 1971-73 Paul Simmons________________________1993 Stephen Simmons_ _______________ 2001, ‘04 Torrie Simmons____________________ 1996-97 Shane Sims_______________________ 2002-05 Dave Singletary_ _____________________1918 Wade Sisk_ _______________________ 2005-06 Adon Sitra________________________ 1964-66 Jack Sledge_______________________ 1957-59 Cody Slinkard_____________________ 1997-00 Drummond Slover_ ________________ 1940-42 Al Smith____________________________1987 Allanda Smith_____________________ 1981-83 Billy Joe Smith_______________________1945 Bobby Smith______________________ 1963-64 Brad Smith_ ______________________ 1985-86 Brad Smith_ ______________________ 1989-92 Charles Smith________________________1899 Chris Smith_______________________ 2006-08 Coke Smith_______________________ 1973-74 David Smith_ _____________________ 1964-66 Derek Smith_ ________________________1980 Dick Smith___________________________1943 Don Smith________________________ 1961-63 Don L. Smith______________________ 1932-33 Don L. Smith, Jr._ __________________ 1961-63 Herman Smith____________________ 1944-46 James Smith______________________ 1964-66 John Smith_ _________________________1942 Martinez Smith_______________________1977 Paul Smith___________________________1940 Paul Smith________________________ 1965-67 Paul Smith________________________ 1968-69 Ray Smith_ __________________________1919 Robert Smith_____________________ 1992-94 Romeo Smith_ ____________________ 1984-88 Ted Smith_ __________________________1899 Jared Smitherman_ ________________ 2001-02 Billy Snow___________________________1964 Paul Snow________________________ 1930-31


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Clifford Taft_______________________ 1961-63 Scott Taft_________________________ 1994-97 Mike Taliferro_ _______________________1982 Stan Talley________________________ 1979-80 Lawrence Tankersley_ ______________ 1922-24 Roscoe Tatum__________________ 1984, 86-88 Aaron Taylor_ ________________________1932 Alton Taylor_______________________ 1949-51 Bud Taylor________________________ 1932-33 Bud Taylor________________________ 1938-39 Fred Taylor____________________ 1941,’45-46 Fred Taylor__________________________1996 Gerald Taylor______________________ 1982-84 Harry Taylor_______________________ 1923-26 Herb Taylor_______________________ 2003-06 Ray Taylor_ _______________________ 1954-55 Spud Taylor_______________________ 1937-39 Tommy Taylor_____________________ 2001-02 Wilbur Taylor_________________________1937 Thad Teaford______________________ 1995-96 Mickey Teems_____________________ 1951-52 Alan Teichelman___________________ 1975-77 Arthur Teixeira_ ______________________1943 Jack Temple_________________________1952 Floyd Terrell____________________1983-85, ‘87

Jerry J. Terrell_ _________________1960, ‘62-63 Larry Terrell_______________________ 1958-60 Dedrick Terveen___________________ 1972-74 Donnie Terveen_ __________________ 1967-69 James Teter_______________________ 1960-62 Logo Tevaseu_ ____________________ 2003-04 Lester Thannisch______________________1912 Garry Thomas_____________________ 1961-63 John Thomas_____________________ 1980-83 Larry Thomas_ ____________________ 1961-63 Manley O. Thomas_ _____________1906-07, ‘09 N. B. Thomas______________________ 1943-44 Rob Thomas_ ________________________1984 Sean Thomas_____________________ 1982-84 Billy Thompson____________________ 1994-96 Guy Thompson____________________ 1953-55 Ody Thompson____________________ 1926-28 Chris Thomsen_ ___________________ 1988-90 Bubba Thornton___________________ 1967-68 Elmer Tidwell_ _______________________1946 Jimmy Tidwill_ ____________________ 1968-69 Otha Tiner___________________________1932 Mark Tipps_ ______________________ 1984-86 Jack Tittle_ _______________________ 1935-37 Merlin Toler_______________________ 1926-28 LaDainian Tomlinson_ ______________ 1997-00 Bill Tommaney_ ___________________ 1983-86 Pete Tomme_ ________________________1922 Homer Tompkins_ _________________ 1949-50 Roy Topham_ ________________________1970 Michael Toudouze_ ________________ 2002-05 Greg Townsend____________________ 1981-82 J.W. Townsend____________________ 1931-32 Vince Townsend___________________ 1987-88 David Towson_____________________ 1995-96 Kent Tramel_______________________ 1983-87 Ben Trcalek_ _________________________1964 Julius Truelson_ ___________________ 1933-34 Jason Tucker______________________ 1994-96 Ryan Tucker_______________________ 1993-96 Dave Tudor__________________________1916 Darron Turner_____________________ 1982-84 Elwood Turner____________________ 1945-46 Joseph Turner_____________________ 2006-08 Kevin Turner______________________ 1978-79 John Turntine_____________________ 1999-02 Ike Tyre_ _________________________ 1981-83 Paul Tyson________________________ 1906-09

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Vernon Uecker_ ___________________ 1954-56 Busty Underwood_ ________________ 1968-70 Ken Upchurch_____________________ 1960-62 Gene Uptegraph______________________1964 Chad Utley_ ______________________ 1972-73

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Carlos Vacek_ _____________________ 1955-58 Damon Vacek_ _______________________1999 Al Vaiani_ ___________________________1947 Joe Vail_ _________________________ 1979-80 James Vanderslice_ ________________ 1968-69 Trey Van Pelt_________________________1993 Tommy Van Wart___________________ 1973-74 Howard Vaughn___________________ 1914-16 Johnny Vaught____________________ 1930-32 Ted Vaught_ ______________________ 1950-52 Brad Veale___________________________2004 LaVar Veale_______________________ 1997-00 Lanny Verner_________________________1960 Josh Vernon_ ________________________2008 James Vess_ ___________________ 2005-06, 08 Steve Vest___________________________1974 Matt Vogler_______________________ 1990-91

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Wayne Waddy_____________________ 1984-87 John Wade_ ______________________ 1977-78 Wallace Wade________________________1905 Robert Waggaman____________________1913 Howard Wagner______________________1968 Keith Wagner_ ____________________ 1989-91 Ray Wakefield________________________1908 Kent Waldrep_ _______________________1974 Bubba Walker_____________________ 1988-89 Dale Walker_______________________ 1956-58

Elbert Walker_________________________1933 Jimmy Walker________________________1962 Mark Walker_ _____________________ 2001-04 Pat Walker________________________ 1967-69 Ralph Walker______________________ 1928-29 Scott Walker_ _____________________ 1970-72 Brad Wallace______________________ 1989-92 J.H.J. Wallace______________________ 1912-13 J.O. Wallace_______________________ 1906-07 Jewell Wallace_____________________ 1932-33 Robert Wallace____________________ 1997-98 Malcolm Wallas____________________ 1952-54 Greg Walls________________________ 1997-00 Willie Walls_ ______________________ 1934-36 Charlie Walton_ ______________________1912 Kenneth Walton_ __________________ 1987-90 Merle Wang_______________________ 1972-74 Andrew Ward_ ____________________ 2004-05 Trix Ward_________________________ 1923-25 Tom Warden______________________ 1975-76 Bryan F. Ware______________________ 1911-12 Logan Ware_______________________ 1938-40 Scott Warren_________________________1979 Derek Wash_______________________ 2006-07 Daryl Washington__________________ 2006-08 Fred Washington_ _________________ 1986­-89 George Washington________________ 1974-75 John Washington__________________ 1993-96 L.B. Washington_ __________________ 1981-84 Stanley Washington________________ 1979-82 Johnny Washmon__________________ 1924-26 H.H. Watson_ ________________________1903 Justin Watts_______________________ 2005-08 W.T. Watts_ __________________________1898 Sam Weatherford_____________________1942 Greg Webb_ ______________________ 1968-71 Ronnie Webb_ ____________________ 1972-73 Billy Weems__________________________1991 Vernon Wells______________________ 1975-76 Rico Wesley_______________________ 1990-93 Royal West________________________ 1991-94 Richard Westbrook____________________1965 Marty Whelan_____________________ 1967-69 Allie White________________________ 1936-38 Bob White___________________________1953 Godfrey White_____________________ 1994-96 Marvin White_ ____________________ 2005-06 Gary Whitman_____________________ 1971-73 Dan Wilde________________________ 1949-50 Dean Wilkerson____________________ 1968-70 Jeff Wilkinson_____________________ 1990-92 Ward Wilkinson____________________ 1936-38 Bernard Williams___________________ 1925-27 Brandon Williams__________________ 2001-03 Charlie Williams_ __________________ 1937-39 Chris Williams________________________1982 DeJuan Williams______________________2004 Derryl Williams____________________ 1994-95 Fred Williams_____________________ 1978-79 Jake Williams______________________ 1926-28 Jarrarcea Williams__________________ 2004-06 Jess Williams______________________ 1985-88 Joe Williams_ _____________________ 1954-56 John Williams_ _______________________1996 Kyle Williams______________________ 1996-99 Lance Williams_ ___________________ 1995-98 Lee Williams_ ________________________1974 Lionel Williams____________________ 1980-81 Lynwood Williams____________________1982 Morgan Williams___________________ 1951-53 O’Day Williams_ ___________________ 1954-56 Porter Williams____________________ 1964-66 Raymond Williams_ ___________________1977 Ricky Williams_____________________ 1962-63 Scott Williams_____________________ 1980-82 Steve Williams_____________________ 1978-79 Terran Williams____________________ 2000-02 Troy Williams_________________________1995 Willie Williams__________________1977, ‘79-81 Lee Willie____________________________1916 Billy Willingham_ __________________ 1948-50 Frank Willis_ ______________________ 1982-83 Chuck Wills_______________________ 1993-94 Lorance Wills_________________________1976 J.W. Wilson_ ______________________ 1996-99 Steve Wilson______________________ 1979-81 Travis Wilson______________________ 1995-97 Vaughn Wilson_______________________1919

JAMES VESS

Paul Snow________________________ 1937-38 Gary Spann_______________________ 1981-84 Connie Sparks_____________________ 1938-40 Earle Sparks__________________________1897 Jon Sparks___________________________1970 Nolan Sparks______________________ 1940-41 Larry Speake______________________ 1969-71 Blanard Spearman_ ________________ 1930-32 Jerry Spearman_______________________1961 Andre Spencer_ ___________________ 1987-88 Houston Spikes_______________________1917 Jack Spikes_ ______________________ 1957-59 Red Spillar________________________ 1918-20 David Spradlin_ ________________ 1983-85, 87 Bo Springfield_____________________ 1999-01 Steve Stamp______________________ 1978-81 Ray Standley_________________________1940 Todd Stanford_____________________ 1994-97 Edward Stangl____________________ 1915-16 Frank Stangl_ _____________________ 1922-24 Chris Staten_______________________ 1994-97 Oran Steadman____________________ 1926-27 Ken Steel_________________________ 1970-72 Fabian Stegall_____________________ 1995-96 Beau Stephens_ ___________________ 1994-95 Geoff Stephens____________________ 1993-96 B.J. Stephenson______________________1954 Clint Stephenson_ _________________ 1990-91 Dudley Stephenson___________________1979 Tom Stevens______________________ 2005-07 Ronny Stevenson__________________ 1956-58 Bobby Stewart_ ___________________ 1978-80 Ed Stewart___________________________1912 Grover W. Stewart__________________ 1911-12 Lon Stewart__________________________1913 M.C. Stewart_________________________1907 Russell Stewart____________________ 1974-75 Torrey Stewart_ ___________________ 2006-07 Cecil Stiles________________________ 1910-12 Duncan Still__________________________1977 Sean Stilley_______________________ 2001-02 Freddie Stoglin_______________________2004 Ricky Stone_________________ 1984-85, ‘87-88 Gary Stout________________________ 1969-70 Pete Stout________________________ 1946-48 Russell Stout______________________ 1963-65 Robert Stow_ ________________________1934 Jack Stratton_________________________1912 Alvin Street_______________________ 1912-14 Chester Strickland_ ________________ 1977-79 True Strong__________________________1910 Frank Struska_ ____________________ 1948-50 James Stuart_________________________1926 Mike Sullivan______________________ 1987-90 Richard Sullivan_ _____________________1964 W.W. Sumner______________________ 1931-32 Spencer Sunstrum_ _____________1979, ‘81-82 Clinton Swink________________________1910 Jim Swink_ _______________________ 1954-56 Jeff Sypert___________________________1897

HERB TAYLOR

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Frank Windegger_ _________________ 1955-56 Ken Wineburg_____________________ 1954-56 Chris Wingate_____________________ 2002-03 Oscar Wise________________________ 1910-11 Richard Wiseman_ _________________ 1970-72 Raymond (Bear) Wolf_______________ 1925-26 A. F. Wood___________________________1898 Larry Wood_______________________ 1966-67 Mike Wood_ _________________________1974 Raymond Woodard___________________1975 James Woodfin____________________ 1941-42 Richard Woodley__________________ 1990-93 Ronnie Woodman_____________________1969 Audie Woods______________________ 1976-77 Koi Woods________________________ 1993-96 Vance Woolwine___________________ 1929-32 J.N. Wooten_______________________ 1898-99 Richard Wooten_ _____________________1993 Shawn Worthen_ __________________ 1997-00 Charles Wrenn_______________________1952 Fred Wright__________________________1966 G.A. Wright_ _________________________1904 James Wright_ ____________________ 1975-77 Larry Wright_ _____________________ 1968-69 L.C. Wright________________________ 1904-07 Mike Wright_ _____________________ 1979-80 Ricky Wright______________________ 1975-76 Buddy Wyatt______________________ 1986-89 Randall Wylie_ _______________________1960 Mike Wyman______________________ 1973-75 Mike Wynn_ ______________________ 2002-04

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Armen Yates_ _____________________ 1908-09 Cameron Young_ __________________ 1976-79 Charles Young_____________________ 1965-67 Chester Young_ ___________________ 1973-74 Clarence Young_______________________1958 Jimmy Young_ ____________________ 2007-08 Jimmy Don Young_ ________________ 1974-76 Joe Young________________________ 1982-84 Bill Yung_ ________________________ 1953-55

Z

Justin Zavala_________________________2006 Herbert Zimmerman_ ______________ 1949-51

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ALL-TIME TCU LEGENDS RAGS MATTHEWS (1925-27)

Raymond (Rags) Matthews became the first player in TCU football history to earn All-America honors in 1927, during his second straight All-Southwest Conference season as an end. Matthews was some­what of a rags to rich­es story. A prod­uct of Poly­tech­nic High School of Fort Worth, he was re­gard­ed as a big and awk­ward but un­usu­al­ly aggressive recruit. As a sophomore, he was used at guard. Prior to his junior year, Rags was shifted to end. He became the third per­son in TCU annals to earn varsity letters in four sports. Before picking up his diploma, Matthews had nu­mer­als for foot­ball, bas­ket­ball, base­ball and track. “The Raggedy Man,” as he was called by some scribes, made a rep­u­ta­tion for himself and his school with his taunt­ing, ver­bal challenges to opposing players.

JIMMY LAWRENCE (1933-35)

Jimmy Lawrence may be the most underrated player in the history of Frog football, playing his most brilliant football in the shadow of the great Sam Baugh. Lawrence had three great seasons for TCU, leading the team in rushing in 1933 and 1935 and in scoring in 1934 and 1935, while also tying as leading receiver in 1935. The native of Harlingen, Texas, was described as “the heart of the Frogs’ power attack and one of Sam Baugh’s best targets in the forward pass.” Primarily a halfback, Lawrence also served as the team’s punter and played safety on defense. He was named All-Southwest Conference as a sophomore and as a senior. Legend has it that he would have made it as a junior if he hadn’t punched out the umpire in a game that season. Lawrence played professionally for the Chicago Bears from 1936-38 and for the Green Bay Packers from 1939-41.

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CY LELAND (1928-30)

Cy Leland stands out as one of the most successful multi-sport athletes in TCU history, as he ranks as one of the school’s best both on the football field and on the track. An All-Southwest Conference halfback on the Frogs’ 1929 unbeaten conference championship team, Leland rushed for 100 yards four times in his career and three times in 1929. His 13 rushing touchdowns that season stood as a school record for 26 years, while his 17 career scores sat at the top of the TCU career charts until 1956. He led the nation in 1929 with a 7.2 yards per attempt rushing average, and his 93-yard punt return for a touchdown against Baylor that season remains the school record. Despite his football exploits, Leland’s crowning athletic achievment came on the track, as he tied the world record in the 100-yard dash with a mark of 9.4 seconds at the 1930 Kansas Relays.

DARREL LESTER (1933-35)

One of TCU’s all-time two-way line performers, Darrell “Iron Man” Lester carved his niche into SWC football lore during the early 1930s. Called “Iron Man” because of his burning desire to play every second, Lester anchored the Horned Frog football team from 1933 to 1035,winning a total of 30 ball games, including captaining the 1935 12-1 squad. A native of Jacksboro, Texas, the 220-pound Lester not only was a consensus-choice All-American selection in 1934 – the University’s first ever– but he repeated those honors after the 1935 season, becoming the Southwest Conference’s first two-time All America player (1934 and 1935). Lester helped TCU to a stirring 3-2 Sugar Bowl victory over LSU. Lester performed for a pair of seasons with the Green Bay Packers (1937 and 1938) before a shoulder injury forced his early retirement from the sport. A founder of the Bluebonnet Bowl, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1988.


ALL-TIME TCU LEGENDS DUTCH MEYER (HEAD COACH 1934-52)

L.R. (Dutch) Meyer ranks as one of college football’s true coaching legends, leading the Horned Frogs as head coach from 1934 to 1953 and then as the director of athletics from 1950-63. Under his guidance, the Frogs won two national championships (1935 and 1938) and a trio of Southwest Conference titles. During that 20-year period “The Saturday Fox” – a master of the major upset – helped TCU to a 138-82-15 record as well as posting an 85-71 varsity baseball mark. An innovator, inspirational orator, and football tactician of immense talents, Meyer introduced to college football the spread offense, thus enhancing the passing game with the help of two of the greatest passers in the game: Davey O’Brien and Sammy Baugh. Meyer spent his entire career at TCU, gaining the nickname in the Fort Worth area of “Mr. Football.” He began his Horned Frog career as the freshman coach in 1923 before gaining the head coaching position in 1934. He led TCU to seven bowl games.

SAM BAUGH (1934-36)

Perhaps no other play­er made a more pow­er­ful impact on foot­ball in the Southwest than did Slingin’ Sammy Baugh of TCU during the 1930s. A flaw­less passer, a dan­dy punt­er and a gift­ed de­fen­sive back, the an­gu­lar Baugh was called by Dutch Meyer “the great­est ath­lete I ever saw.” Gen­er­al­ly con­sid­ered the first of the great passers in col­lege foot­ball, all Baugh did was re­write the SWC and TCU passing and punt­ing record books and sprinkle in a few interception (not thrown but caught) marks for good measure. Some of his school records stood for over 50 years. In three years (1934-35-36), Baugh, whose jersey was formally retired by TCU in 1993, deftly helped the Horned Frogs to 29 vic­to­ries, a Sugar Bowl crown and a Cotton Bowl title. The Sweetwater, Texas native was a unanimous twotime All-SWC selection and a consensus All-American in 1936. He later became a nine-time All-Pro during his 16 illustrious sea­sons with the Washington Redskins. Baugh is a member of every col­le­giate and pro­fes­sion­al football hall of fame.

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THE DUTCH MEYER YEARS

Year Wins 1934 8 1935 12 1936 9 1937 4 1938 11 1939 3 1940 3 1941 7 1942 7 1943 2 1944 7 1945 5 1946 2 1947 4 1948 4 1949 6 1950 5 1951 6 1952 4 Totals 109

Losses 4 1 2 4 0 7 7 3 3 6 3 5 7 5 5 3 5 5 4 79

Ties 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 14

Pct. Notes .667 .923 * .923 .500 1.000 #, * .300 .300 .682 .682 .250 .682 # .500 .250 .455 .450 .650 .500 .556 # .500 .817

Notes: *-National Champs; #-SWC Champs

JOHNNY VAUGHT (1934-36)

Rare individuals come along who leave their Hall of Fame Marks on the gridiron as both a player and coach; former TCU great Johnny Vaught managed to pull it off, captaining the Horned Frogs’ 1932 conference champions and heading the Ole Miss football program for a quarter century. From 1930-32, he earned All-Southwest Conference honors twice and consensus All-America honors as a guard. Vaught, the first genuine All-American footballer developed and displayed on the Fort Worth playing fields, served as a standout lineman for the Horned Frog teams during the 1930-31-32 campaigns. He helped the team to a 28-4-2 record and its second-ever SWC championship under the leadership of Coach Francis Schmidt. Vaught began his coaching career at North Carolina from 193641. In 1946, he assisted at the Ole Miss for a year before moving up to head coach in 1947. In his 25-season tenure with the Rebels, 18 of his teams went to bowl games, 10 rated in the nation’s Top 10, and four ranked among the Top Five. He led the school to six Southeastern Conference titles and compiled190 victories before retiring in 1970. An election to the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame followed soon after in 1979.

BAUGH’S Career Stats

Passing Att Comp Yards TDs 597 285 3,471 39

Punting Punts Yards 198 8,108

Avg. 40.9

Longest 85

DAVEY O’BRIEN (1936-38)

Davey O’Brien became the first person to win the Heisman, Walter Camp and Maxwell trophies as the nation’s outstanding football player. After directing the Horned Frogs to the national championship in 1938, he was the first winner of the coveted Heisman to come from the Southwest Conference. He did it all – running, passing, place-kicking, returning kicks, punting and intercepting passes. O’Brien held national records for number of punts returned in a season (58 in 1937); total punt and kickoff returns in a season (72 in 1937); and total punt returns in a career (116). He held many other passing and total offense records that slowly have been broken through the years. He led the nation in passing both in 1937 and 1938, and was the top in total offense across the United States in 1938. The Horned Frogs’ amazing quarterback threw a touchdown pass in every game in 1938. He played all but 14 minutes of the entire 1937 season.

Rushing Yds TD 928 10

O’Brien’s Career Stats

Passing Att. Comp 432 203

Yards 2,659

TD 24

Tot Off PAT’s 3,587 35-44

FGs 3-4

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ALL-TIME TCU LEGENDS KI ALDRICH (1936-38)

“Aldrich is probably the greatest defensive center in history.” That’s the way LIFE magazine describedTCU’s center-linebacking demon, Charles“Ki”Aldrich, following the 1938 season when the Horned Frogs won the national championship.Aldrich, the 5-11, 198-pounder from Temple, Texas, had been a consensus All-American (after earning some first team A-A honors the previous season) that year, plus he was named all-Southwest Conference for the third time. He was considered so important to TCU that his teammates named him MVP of the team, a surprising feat when one considers that it was Davey O’Brien who became the Southwest Conference’s first Heisman Trophy winner that same season. Many years later, former Horned Frog teammate and one-time childhood neighbor, Sam Baugh, said of the phenomenal Aldrich: “Ki was absolutely the toughest player I was ever around.” After being drafted in the first-round of the 1939 draft, Aldrich played professionally with the Chicago Cardinals and the Washington Redskins. He was elected to the National Football Hall of Fame in 1960.

LINDY BERRY (1946-49)

It was only natural for a guy named after that famed aerialist Charles Lindbergh to become one of the best passers in the nation. So, it was no surprise to some when Lindy Berry became just that in the late-1940s. After gaining second-team all-Southwest Conference honors as a soph, Berry saved the best for last, making the first all-league teams as a junior, and as a senior, when he capped his career with prominent All-America mention in 1949. Berry led Southwest Conference football in both rushing and total offense as a junior during the 1948 season and found himself as the busiest back in the nation with his 324 total offensive plays. He ranked No. 4 in the NCAA in total offense. Captain as a senior, Berry again paced the SWC in total offense, ranking third in the nation. Although known mostly for his offensive fireworks and feats, Berry was quite a defensive star, too. His interception of a Texas pass in the fourth quarter of the 1949 game near the TCU goal enabled the Horned Frogs to hang on for a 14-13 upset.

I.B. HALE (1936-38)

The physically-impressive I.B. Hale was hailed as the “greatest lineman in America” by famed sportswriter Francis Wallace in 1938. As well as serving as team captain, the 6-2, 245-pound Hale anchored the offensive and defensive lines from his tackle spot for the Frogs’ 1938 national championship team. He gained AllAmerica honors in both 1937 and 1938, as well as all-SWC recognition both his junior and senior seasons at TCU. Hale, whose brilliant college career spanned both the first-ever Cotton Bowl (TCU vs. Marquette in 1937) and the 1939 Sugar Bowl, had been a teammate of Davey O’Brien at Dallas’ Woodrow Wilson High School. After his career at Frogland, Hale was a first-round pick in the NFL. Later a high school coach, a member of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and a toprated Southwest Conference football official prior to his death in 1971, Hale was inducted posthumously into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1985.

ABE MARTIN (HEAD COACH 1953-66)

Othol Martin “Abe” led the Frogs to a 74-63-7 record over 14 season prior to serving as TCU athletics director for a decade from 1966 through 1975. A founding member of TCU’s Southwest Conference dominance, having played on the first TCU team to win the SWC championship in 1929, Martin began his TCU coaching career as the head coach of the freshman football team in 1945 before his promotion in 1953 following the Dutch Meyer era. Truly a player’s coach, Martin’s TCU ballclubs won three SWC crowns and played in five post-season bowl games, including victories in three Cotton Bowls. Also, some of the university’s greatest football players — Jim Swink, Don Floyd, Bob Lilly, Hugh Pitts, Norman Hamilton, Jack Spikes, and Tommy Joe Crutcher just to name a few — were produced during the Abe Martin era. Seven of them claimed All-American honors, and more than a dozen all-Southwest Conference recognition. Martin was named SWC Coach of the Year in 1955 and 1958.

THE ABE MARTIN YEARS Year Won 1953 3 1954 4 1955 9 1956 8 1957 5 1958 8 1959 8 1960 4 1961 3 1962 6 1963 4 1964 4 1965 6 1966 2 Totals 74

Lost 7 6 2 3 4 2 3 4 5 4 5 6 5 8 64

Notes: #-SWC Champs

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Tied 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 7

Pct. .300 .400 .829 .727 .550 .773 .727 .500 .400 .600 .450 .400 .545 .200 .535

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ALL-TIME TCU LEGENDS JIM SWINK (1954-56)

Few players in the history of college football have enjoyed as much success against one team as Jim Swink did against the rival Texas Longhorns during his three-year stint of 1954-55-56. During that three-game series, Swink did practically everything to the Longhorns except barbecue Bevo, rushing for an average of 168 yards per game while scoring 19 points per contest. He averaged 13.3 yards every time he carried the pigskin from scrimmage against the Horns. The “Rusk Rambler” is still regarded as one of the greatest running backs ever to play for TCU and in the SWC; his great games were numerous, with his gliding, side-stepping running style. As a junior in 1955, he was the nation’s leading scorer and second-leading ground gainer, totaling 125 points and rushing for 1,283 net yards. A two-time All-American, Swink finished runner-up for the Heisman Trophy for his performance that season and was later named to the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame in 2000. Half a century later, Jim Swink’s legend still surrounds TCU.

DON FLOYD (1957-59)

The fabulously-gifted Don Floyd was the stalwart of TCU’s stel­lar forward walls of the 1958 and 1959 campaigns. By clear­ing mas­sive paths for such standouts as All-Amer­i­can Jack Spikes and all-SWC Marvin Lasater on of­fense, and while sup­ ply­ing some pun­ish­ing stops on the oth­er side, Floyd helped the Horned Frog gridders to a pair of con­fer­ence crowns and two con­sec­u­tive bowl showings. Floyd, a product of Midlothian, Texas, cap­tured all-Southwest Conference and All-Amer­i­ca honors at tackle in both his junior and senior cam­paigns, including con­sen­sus All-Amer­i­ca cre­den­tials in 1959. Floyd’s im­pres­sive two-way per­for­ mance versus Texas in 1958, clear­ing a major hurdle in TCU’s drive to the Cotton Bowl, earned him As­so­ci­at­ed Press National Line­man-of-the-Week honors. Floyd helped captain the ‘59 team.Although not overly large for his position (he played college ball at 6-3 and 220 pounds), Floyd played for eight NFL seasons (1960-67) with the Houston Oilers.

BOB LILLY (1958-60)

It is somewhat debatable whether Bob Lilly’s collegiate football career or his professional one was more impressive since both were absolutely superb success spans ... tenures of Hall of Fame proportions. A member of the all-time SWC Dream Team, this great from Throckmorton was the main thrust behind the 195859-60 Horned Frog teams which captured two Southwest Conference titles, plus appeared in the 1959 Cotton Bowl, as well as the Bluebonnet Bowl the following season. Lilly was a consensus All-America choice in 1960. And in the spring of 1961 he became the Dallas Cowboys’ first-ever draft choice. He would later go on to earn the nickname “Mr. Cowboy.” For 14 seasons, nine times as an All-Pro, Lilly terrorized the National Football League as a dominating defensive tackle. He became Dallas’ first member of the “Cowboy Ring of Honor” and was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 1980. Lilly was named to the NFL’s 75th Anniversary All-Time Team in 1994.

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LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (1997-2000)

As TCU football returned to national prominence at the close of the 20th century, standing center stage was a reluctant superstar in running back LaDainian Tomlinson. Tomlinson was an unheralded player coming out of Waco’s University High when he arrived on the Fort Worth campus in 1997. Things changed quickly during his junior campaign. Early in the season he rushed for 269 yards against Arkansas State, then followed that up two weeks later with a 300-yard performance against San Jose State. L.T. later galloped into the national spotlight with an NCAA record 406 yards on 43 carries with a school-record six touchdowns vs. UTEP. He grabbed the 1999 national rushing title with 1,850 yards, just ahead of Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne of Wisconsin. L.T. not only repeated as the NCAA rushing champion in 2000, but also became the first back in school history to gain 2,000 yards on the ground. His 2,158 yards as a senior was the fourth-highest single-season total in NCAA history at the time, while his 5,263 career rushing yards ranked sixth. Tomlinson was a finalist for the 2000 Heisman Trophy, finishing fourth, and was the winner of the Doak Walker Award given to the nation’s top running back. Tomlinson carried that success with him to the NFL with the San Diego Chargers, as his 11,760 yards on the ground and 125 rushing touchdowns rank top the league since he was selected fifth overall in the 2001 NFL Draft.

TOMLINSON’S CAREER STATS

Year 1997 1998 1999 2000 Career

Att. 126 144 268 369 907

Yds. 538 717 1,850 2,158 5,263

Avg. 4.3 5.0 6.9 5.8 5.8

TD 6 8 18 22 54

Long 36 33 89 89 89

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS OVERALL Year______ W _________L_ ____ T______ Pts._ __ Opp._____________________ Head Coach 1896_ _____1_ ________1_ ____ 1_________8_ ____ 28___________________________ None 1897_ _____3_ ________1_ ____ 0________78_ ____ 24_______________________Joe J. Field 1898_ _____1_ ________3_ ____ 1________41_ ____ 60__________________ James Morrison 1899_ _____0_ ________0_ ____ 1_________0_ _____ 0___________________________ None 1900_ _______________ _No Games Played_ ________________________________________ 1901_ _____1_ ________2_ ____ 1_________5_ ____ 78___________________________ None 1902_ _____0_ ________5_ ____ 1_________0_ ____ 93__________________ H. E. Hildebrand 1903_ _____0_ ________7_ ____ 0________11_ ___ 100___________________________ None 1904_ _____1_ ________4_ ____ 1_________5_ ____ 90_______________________ C. E. Cronk 1905_ _____4_ ________4_ ____ 0________77_ ____ 65________________________ E. J. Hyde 1906_ _____2_ ________5_ ____ 0________26_ ___ 108________________________ E. J. Hyde 1907_ _____4_ ________2_ ____ 2________90_ ____ 69________________________ E. J. Hyde 1908_ _____6_ ________3_ ____ 0_______155_ ____ 68______________________J. R. Langley 1909_ _____5_ ________2_ ____ 1________95_ ____ 33______________________J. R. Langley 1910_ _____2_ ________6_ ____ 1________45_ ___ 187______________________Kemp Lewis 1911_ _____4_ ________5_ ____ 0_______114_ ___ 106___________________ Henry W. Lever 1912_ _____8_ ________1_ ____ 0_______230_ ____ 53_____________________ W. T. Stewart 1913_ _____3_ ________1_ ____ 2________44_ _____ 6_____________________ Fred Cahoon 1914_ _____4_ ________4_ ____ 2_______117_ ___ 118_______________________ S. A. Boles 1915_ _____4_ ________5_ ____ 0_______130_ ___ 182_____________________ E. Y. Freeland 1916_ _____6_ ________2_ ____ 1_______217_ ____ 85____________________ Milton Daniel 1917_ _____8_ ________2_ ____ 0_______201_ ____ 59____________________ Milton Daniel 1918_ _____4_ ________3_ ____ 0________96_ ____ 40______________________ E. M. Tipton 1919_ _____1_ ________7_ ____ 0________20_ ___ 119_____________________T. D. Hackney 1920_ _____9_ ________1_ ____ 0_______170_ ___ 109______________________ W. L. Driver 1921_ _____6_ ________3_ ____ 1_______132_ ____ 75______________________ W. L. Driver 1922_ _____2_ ________5_ ____ 3________91_ ___ 167___________________ John McKnight 1923_ _____4_ ________5_ ____ 0________93_ ___ 137___________________ Madison A. Bell 1924_ _____4_ ________5_ ____ 0________83_ ____ 96___________________ Madison A. Bell 1925_ _____7_ ________1_ ____ 1_______133_ ____ 54___________________ Madison A. Bell 1926_ _____6_ ________1_ ____ 2_______110_ ____ 74___________________ Madison A. Bell 1927_ _____4_ ________3_ ____ 2________89_ ____ 64___________________ Madison A. Bell 1928_ _____8_ ________2_ ____ 0_______142_ ____ 28___________________ Madison A. Bell 1929_ _____9_ ________0_ ____ 1_______249_ ____ 33________________ Francis A. Schmidt 1930_ _____9_ ________2_ ____ 1_______298_ ____ 49________________ Francis A. Schmidt 1931_ _____9_ ________2_ ____ 1_______159_ ____ 41________________ Francis A. Schmidt 1932_ ____ 10_________0_ ____ 1_______283_ ____ 23________________ Francis A. Schmidt 1933_ ____ 10_________1_ ____ 1_______208_ ____ 49________________ Francis A. Schmidt 1934_ _____8_ ________4_ ____ 0_______173_ ___ 116_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1935_ ____ 12_________1_ ____ 0_______265_ ____ 73_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1936_ _____9_ ________2_ ____ 2_______164_ ____ 58_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1937_ _____4_ ________4_ ____ 2________73_ ____ 71_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1938_ ____ 11_________0_ ____ 0_______269_ ____ 60_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1939_ _____3_ ________7_ ____ 0_______116_ ___ 119_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1940_ _____3_ ________7_ ____ 0_______116_ ___ 121_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1941_ _____7_ ________3_ ____ 1_______152_ ___ 135_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1942_ _____7_ ________3_ ____ 0_______129_ ____ 82_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1943_ _____2_ ________6_ ____ 0________71_ ___ 146_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1944_ _____7_ ________3_ ____ 1________53_ ___ 109_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1945_ _____5_ ________5_ ____ 0________91_ ___ 156_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1946_ _____2_ ________7_ ____ 1________90_ ___ 148_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1947_ _____4_ ________5_ ____ 2_______114_ ___ 154_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1948_ _____4_ ________5_ ____ 1_______125_ ___ 143_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1949_ _____6_ ________3_ ____ 1_______205_ ___ 185_____________________ Dutch Meyer 1950_ _____5_ ________5_ ____ 0_______157_ ___ 161_____________________ Dutch Meyer

OVERALL CONFERENCE Year_____ W_ ___ L___ T___Pts._ _ Opp.____Coach________________W____L_ __ T___ Finish 1951_ ____ 6_ ___ 5____0___ 206_ __ 183____Dutch Meyer____________ -____ -_ __ -________ 1952_ ____ 4_ ___ 4____2___ 141_ __ 103____Dutch Meyer____________ -____ -_ __ -________ 1953_ ____ 3_ ___ 7____0___ 116_ __ 150____Abe Martin_ ___________ 1____5_ __ 0______ 6th 1954_ ____ 4_ ___ 6____0___ 164_ __ 155____Abe Martin_ ___________ 1____5_ __ 0______ 6th 1955_____9_ ___ 2___ 0__ 293_ __ 105____Abe Martin____________ 5____1_ __ 0______ 1st 1956_ ____ 8_ ___ 3____0___ 231_ __ 110____Abe Martin_ ___________ 5____1_ __ 0_____ 2nd 1957_ ____ 5_ ___ 4____1___ 134_ __ 101____Abe Martin_ ___________ 2____4_ __ 0______ 5th 1958_____8_ ___ 2___ 1__ 218_ ___ 78____Abe Martin____________ 5____1_ __ 0______ 1st 1959_____8_ ___ 3___ 0__ 169_ ___ 75____Abe Martin____________ 5____1_ __ 0____ T-1st 1960_ ____ 4_ ___ 4____2____ 85_ ___ 94____Abe Martin_ ___________ 3____3_ __ 1______ 5th 1961_ ____ 3_ ___ 5____2___ 113_ __ 194____Abe Martin_ ___________ 2____4_ __ 1______ 5th 1962_ ____ 6_ ___ 4____0___ 167_ __ 154____Abe Martin_ ___________ 5____2_ __ 0______ 3rd 1963_ ____ 4_ ___ 5____1___ 131_ __ 165____Abe Martin_ ___________ 2____4_ __ 1______ 5th 1964_ ____ 4_ ___ 6____0____ 94_ __ 169____Abe Martin_ ___________ 3____4_ __ 0______ 6th 1965_ ____ 6_ ___ 5____0___ 170_ __ 156____Abe Martin_ ___________ 5____2_ __ 0_____ 2nd 1966_ ____ 2_ ___ 8____0____ 55_ __ 149____Abe Martin_ ___________ 2____5_ __ 0______ 6th 1967_ ____ 4_ ___ 6____0___ 115_ __ 185____Fred Taylor____________ 4____3_ __ 0______ 3rd 1968_ ____ 3_ ___ 7____0___ 176_ __ 215____Fred Taylor____________ 2____5_ __ 0______ 6th 1969_ ____ 4_ ___ 6____0___ 177_ __ 293____Fred Taylor____________ 4____3_ __ 0______ 3rd 1970_ ____ 4_ ___ 6____1___ 189_ __ 265____Fred Taylor____________ 3____4_ __ 0______ 4th 1971_ ____ 6_ ___ 4____1___ 214_ __ 275____Jim Pittman/Billy Tohill___ 5____2_ __ 0______ 3rd 1972_ ____ 5_ ___ 6____0___ 213_ __ 245____Billy Tohill_ ____________ 2____5_ __ 0______ 7th 1973_ ____ 3_ ___ 8____0___ 189_ __ 290____Billy Tohill_ ____________ 1____6_ __ 0______ 8th 1974_ ____ 1_ __ 10____0____ 79_ __ 345____Jim Shofner____________ 0____7_ __ 0______ 8th 1975_ ____ 1_ __ 10____0___ 103_ __ 325____Jim Shofner____________ 1____6_ __ 0______ 7th 1976_ ____ 0_ __ 11____0___ 128_ __ 430____Jim Shofner____________ 0____8_ __ 0______ 9th 1977_ ____ 2_ ___ 9____0___ 184_ __ 434____F. A. Dry_______________ 1____7_ __ 0______ 8th 1978_ ____ 2_ ___ 9____0___ 109_ __ 357____F. A. Dry_______________ 0____8_ __ 0______ 9th 1979_ ____ 2_ ___ 8____1___ 127_ __ 226____F. A. Dry_______________ 1____6_ __ 1______ 8th 1980_ ____ 1_ __ 10____0___ 143_ __ 292____F. A. Dry_______________ 1____7_ __ 0______ 9th 1981_ ____ 2_ ___ 7____2___ 230_ __ 299____F. A. Dry_______________ 1____6_ __ 1______ 8th 1982_ ____ 3_ ___ 8____0___ 203_ __ 266____F. A. Dry_______________ 2____6_ __ 0______ 8th 1983_ ____ 1_ ___ 8____2___ 183_ __ 252____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 1____6_ __ 1______ 8th 1984_ ____ 8_ ___ 4____0___ 376_ __ 280____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 5____3_ __ 0______ 3rd 1985_ ____ 3_ ___ 8____0___ 150_ __ 383____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 0____8_ __ 0______ 9th 1986_ ____ 3_ ___ 8____0___ 259_ __ 376____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 1____7_ __ 0______ 8th 1987_ ____ 5_ ___ 6____0___ 261_ __ 226____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 3____4_ __ 0____ T-5th 1988_ ____ 4_ ___ 7____0___ 206_ __ 286____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 2____5_ __ 0____ T-4th 1989_ ____ 4_ ___ 7____0___ 174_ __ 252____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 2____6_ __ 0____ T-6th 1990_ ____ 5_ ___ 6____0___ 292_ __ 353____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 3____5_ __ 0____ T-4th 1991_ ____ 7_ ___ 4____0___ 279_ __ 267____Jim Wacker_ ___________ 4____4_ __ 0____ T-5th 1992_ ____ 2_ ___ 8____1___ 195_ __ 319____Pat Sullivan____________ 1____6_ __ 0______ 8th 1993_ ____ 4_ ___ 7____0___ 201_ __ 313____Pat Sullivan____________ 2____5_ __ 0______ 6th 1994_____7_ ___ 5___ 0__ 302_ __ 303____Pat Sullivan___________ 4____3_ __ 0____ T-1st 1995_ ____ 6_ ___ 5____0___ 217_ __ 246____Pat Sullivan____________ 3____4_ __ 0______ 5th 1996_ ____ 4_ ___ 7____0___ 211_ __ 302____Pat Sullivan____________ 3____5_ __ 0____ T-5th 1997_ ____ 1_ __ 10____0___ 172_ __ 325____Pat Sullivan____________ 1____7_ __ 0____ T-7th 1998_ ____ 7_ ___ 5____0___ 239_ __ 216____Dennis Franchione______ 4____4_ __ 0______ 4th 1999_____8_ ___ 4___ 0__ 344_ __ 199____Dennis Franchione_____ 5____2_ __ 0____ T-1st 2000____10_ ___ 2___ 0__ 410_ __ 106____Dennis Franchione_____ 7____1_ __ 0____ T-1st 2001_ ____ 6_ ___ 6____0___ 280_ __ 257____Gary Patterson_ ________ 4____3_ __ 0____ T-5th 2002____10_ ___ 2___ 0__ 361_ __ 222____Gary Patterson_ _______ 6____2_ __ 0____ T-1st 2003_ ___ 11_ ___ 2____0___ 380_ __ 276____Gary Patterson_ ________ 7____1_ __ 0_____ 2nd 2004_ ____ 5_ ___ 6____0___ 362_ __ 373____Gary Patterson_ ________ 3____5_ __ 0____ T-6th 2005____11_ ___ 1___ 0__ 398_ __ 223____Gary Patterson_ _______ 8____0_ __ 0______ 1st 2006_ ___ 11_ ___ 2____0___ 380_ __ 160____Gary Patterson_ ________ 6____2_ __ 0_____ 2nd 2007_ ____ 8_ ___ 5____0___ 339_ __ 243____Gary Patterson_ ________ 4____4_ __ 0______ 5th 2008_ ___ 11_ ___ 2____0___ 437_ __ 137____Gary Patterson_ ________ 7____1_ __ 0_____ 2nd Bold—conference champions

Offensive line of the 1932 TCU team that went 10-0-1: (L to R): Dan Salkeld, Foster Howell, Johnny Vaught, J.W. Townsend, Lon Evans, Ben Boswell, Madison Pruitt.

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ALL-TIME vs. opponents Opponent Games W L T 1st Game Last Game Abilene Christian_ ___________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1923_ __________ 1930 Air Force___________________8_ ______5_ ___ 2_____1_ ______ 1958_ __________ 2008 Alabama___________________5_ ______3_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1955_ __________ 1975 Arizona_ ___________________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1999_ __________ 2003 Arizona State_ ______________2_ ______0_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1974_ __________ 1975 Arkansas__________________ 68______ 24____42____ 2_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1991 Arkansas State_ _____________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1999_ __________ 2000 Army______________________6_ ______6_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2001_ __________ 2006 Auburn_ ___________________3_ ______0_ ___ 3_____ 0_ ______ 1966_ __________ 1981 Austin College_ ____________ 23______ 18____ 5_____ 0_ ______ 1905_ __________ 1933 Ball State___________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1991_ __________ 1991 Baylor_ ___________________105_ ____ 49____49____ 7_ ______ 1899_ __________ 2007 Boise State_ ________________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 2003_ __________ 2008 Boston College______________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1987_ __________ 1988 Bowling Green_ _____________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1988_ __________ 1988 Britten Training School________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1912_ __________ 1912 Burleson College_ ___________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1913_ __________ 1913 BYU_______________________8_ ______3_ ___ 5_____0_ ______ 1987_ __________ 2008 Carnegie Tech_______________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1938_ __________ 1938 Carruthers Field_ ____________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1918_ __________ 1918 Centenary_________________ 13_______8_ ___ 4_____ 1_ ______ 1923_ __________ 1941 Centre College_ _____________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1920 Chatham AFB_ ______________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1944_ __________ 1944 Cincinnati__________________3_ ______1_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 2002_ __________ 2004 Clemson___________________3_ ______1_ ___ 2_____0_ ______ 1959_ __________ 1965 Colorado State_ ____________6_ ______5_ ___ 1_____0_ ______ 1998_ __________ 2008 Dallas University_____________3_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 1_ ______ 1913_ __________ 1922 Daniel Baker_______________ 15______ 11____ 4_____ 0_ ______ 1903_ __________ 1934 Deaf & Dumb Institute________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1906_ __________ 1908 Decatur Baptist______________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1919_ __________ 1919 Detroit_____________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1940_ __________ 1940 East Carolina________________3_ ______1_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1999_ __________ 2002 East Dallas__________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1897_ __________ 1897 East Texas State______________4_ ______4_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1924_ __________ 1930 Epworth_ __________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1910_ __________ 1910 First Texas Artillery___________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1917_ __________ 1917 Florida State________________3_ ______2_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1963_ __________ 1965 Fordham___________________2_ ______0_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1937_ __________ 1941 Fort Worth Central H.S.________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1911_ __________ 1911 Fort Worth University_________6_ ______2_ ___ 2_____ 2_ ______ 1897_ __________ 1907 Fresno State_ _______________3_ ______2_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1998_ __________ 2000 Georgia____________________3_ ______0_ ___ 3_____ 0_ ______ 1941_ __________ 1988 Georgia Tech________________2_ ______0_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1967_ __________ 1968 Hardin-Simmons___________ 12_______9_ ___ 1_____ 2_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1933 Haskell_____________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1921_ __________ 1921 Hawai’i_____________________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1999_ __________ 2000 Houston_ _________________ 25______ 12____13____ 0_ ______ 1976_ __________ 2007 Houston Heavyweight’s_______2_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 1_ ______ 1896_ __________ 1896 Howard Payne______________8_ ______6_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1912_ __________ 1936 Idaho______________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1973_ __________ 1973 Indiana_ ___________________4_ ______4_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1941_ __________ 1972 Iowa_______________________3_ ______1_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1958_ __________ 1968 Iowa State__________________3_ ______3_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1995_ __________ 2005 Kansas____________________ 28______ 16____ 8_____ 4_ ______ 1942_ __________ 1997 Kansas State________________5_ ______3_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1922_ __________ 1986 Kentucky___________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1951_ __________ 1951 Louisville___________________4_ ______3_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 2001_ __________ 2004 Loyola-New Orleans__________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1934_ __________ 1935 LSU_ ______________________8_ ______2_ ___ 5_____ 1_ ______ 1931_ __________ 1968 Marquette__________________4_ ______4_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1936_ __________ 1958 Memphis___________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2002_ __________ 2002 Meridian___________________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1916_ __________ 1917 Miami (Fla.)_________________9_ ______3_ ___ 6_____ 0_ ______ 1946_ __________ 1992 Michigan State______________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1953_ __________ 1953 Minnesota__________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1974_ __________ 1974 Mississippi__________________6_ ______1_ ___ 5_____ 0_ ______ 1947_ __________ 1983 Mississippi State_____________1_ ______0_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1936_ __________ 1936 Missouri___________________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1989_ __________ 1990 Missouri Osteopaths_________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1921 Navy_ _____________________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2000_ __________ 2003 Nebraska___________________7_ ______1_ ___ 6_____ 0_ ______ 1951_ __________ 2001 Nevada_ ___________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2000_ __________ 2000 New Mexico_______________ 10_______7_ ___ 3_____0_ ______ 1991_ __________ 2008 North Carolina_ _____________3_ ______0_ ___ 3_____ 0_ ______ 1940_ __________ 1997 North Dakota_ ______________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1933_ __________ 1933 North Texas________________ 18______ 16____ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1913_ __________ 2002 Northern Illinois_____________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2006_ __________ 2006 Northwestern_______________4_ ______3_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1999_ __________ 2004 Northwestern State (La.)_ _____1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 2001_ __________ 2001 Notre Dame_ _______________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1972_ __________ 1972

Opponent Games W L T 1st Game Last Game Ohio State__________________6_ ______1_ ___ 4_____ 1_ ______ 1937_ __________ 1973 Oklahoma_________________ 11_______4_ ___ 7_____ 0_ ______ 1944_ __________ 2008 Okla. School of Mines_________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1914_ __________ 1914 Oklahoma State (A&M)_______ 22_______9_ ___11____ 2_ ______ 1915_ __________ 1993 Oregon_ ___________________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1977_ __________ 1978 Penn State__________________4_ ______1_ ___ 3_____ 0_ ______ 1942_ __________ 1942 Pensacola NAS_ _____________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1921 Phillips University____________2_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1920 Pittsburgh__________________2_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1959_ __________ 1960 Polytechnic_________________5_ ______3_ ___ 1_____ 1_ ______ 1909_ __________ 1912 Purdue____________________2_ ______0_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1969_ __________ 1970 Rice______________________ 79______ 41____35____ 3_ ______ 1914_ __________ 2000 San Diego State_ ___________4_ ______4_ ___ 0_____0_ ______ 2005_ __________ 2008 San Jose State_______________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1999_ __________ 2000 Santa Clara_ ________________3_ ______3_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1934_ __________ 1936 Second Texas 132nd__________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1917_ __________ 1917 SMU_ ____________________ 88______ 42___ 39_ ___7_ ______ 1915_ __________ 2008 South Plains AAF_ ___________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1944_ __________ 1944 Southeast Oklahoma_________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1920_ __________ 1920 Southern Miss_______________6_ ______4_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1989_ __________ 2004 Southwest Oklahoma_________3_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1911_ __________ 1913 Southwestern State_ _________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1916_ __________ 1916 Southwestern U.____________ 11_______7_ ___ 4_____ 0_ ______ 1908_ __________ 1920 Stanford_ __________________2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2007_ __________ 2008 Stephen F. Austin_ ___________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2008_ __________ 2008 Syracuse_ __________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1956_ __________ 1956 Taylor______________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1901_ __________ 1901 Temple_ ___________________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1938_ __________ 1939 Tennessee__________________2_ ______0_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1973_ __________ 1976 Texas_____________________ 82______ 20____61____ 1_ ______ 1897_ __________ 2007 Texas A&M_________________ 92______ 29____56____ 7_ ______ 1897_ __________ 2001 Texas-Arlington_ ____________8_ ______6_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1970_ __________ 1981 Texas Military_ ______________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1931_ __________ 1931 Texas Tech_________________ 54______ 23____28____ 3_ ______ 1926_ __________ 2006 Toby’s Business College_______2_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1896_ ___________ 898 Trinity_ ___________________ 23______ 16____ 4_____ 3_ ______ 1901_ __________ 1952 Tulane____________________ 12_______8_ ___ 4_____ 0_ ______ 1978_ __________ 2004 Tulsa_ ____________________ 19______ 14____ 5_____ 0_ ______ 1922_ __________ 2000 UAB_______________________3_ ______1_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 2001_ __________ 2004 UC Davis_ __________________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 2006_ __________ 2006 UCLA______________________4_ ______1_ ___ 3_____ 0_ ______ 1939_ __________ 1961 UNLV______________________7_ ______6_ ___ 1_____0_ ______ 1996_ __________ 2008 USC_______________________5_ ______3_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1951_ __________ 1998 USF_ ______________________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 2003_ __________ 2004 Utah_ _____________________6_ ______1_ ___ 5_____0_ ______ 1996_ __________ 2008 Utah State__________________3_ ______2_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1981_ __________ 1984 UTEP (Texas-El Paso)__________5_ ______3_ ___ 2_____ 0_ ______ 1965_ __________ 2000 Vanderbilt__________________4_ ______3_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1995_ __________ 2003 Virginia___________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____0_ ______ 1994_ __________ 1994 Wake Forest_ _______________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1952_ __________ 1952 Washington_ _______________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1971_ __________ 1971 Washington State____________2_ ______1_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1953_ __________ 1990 Western Michigan_ __________1_ ______0_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1992_ __________ 1992 West Texas State_____________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1921_ __________ 1921 West Virginia________________1_ ______0_ ___ 1_____ 0_ ______ 1984_ __________ 1984 Wisconsin__________________1_ ______0_ ___ 0_____ 1_ ______ 1970_ __________ 1970 Wyoming__________________5_ ______3_ ___ 2_____0_ ______ 1998_ __________ 2008 111 Ambulance_ ____________1_ ______1_ ___ 0_____ 0_ ______ 1917_ __________ 1917 Totals ___________________1,125_ __ 557_ _ 511___ 57_______ 1896_ __________ 2008

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Abilene Christian (2-0-0)

1925_________ 21-9________________ W 1930_________ 62-0________________ W

Air Force (5-2-1)

1958_________ 1987_________ 1989_________ 1998_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

*Cotton Bowl

0-0*_ ________________ T @ 10-21______________ L 27-9________________ W 35-34_______________ W @ 48-10_____________ W 38-14_______________ W @17-20_ _____________ L 44-10_______________ W

Alabama (3-2-0)

1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1974_________ 1975_________

@ 21-0______________ W @ 23-6______________ W 28-0________________ W @ 3-41_______________ L @ 0-45_______________ L

Arizona (1-1-0)

1999_________ 31-35________________ L 2003_________ @ 13-10 (OT)_________ W

Arizona State (0-2-0)

1974_________ @ 7-37_______________ L 1975_________ 10-33________________ L

Arkansas (24-42-2)

1920_________ 1921_________ 1924_________ 1925_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1942_________ 1943_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________

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@ 19-2______________ W 19-14_______________ W 0-20_________________ L 3-0_________________ W @ 10-7______________ W 3-10_________________ L 40-0________________ W @ 7-0_______________ W 34-12_______________ W 0-13 (forfeit)_ ________ W 10-24________________ L @ 13-7______________ W 18-14_______________ W @ 7-7________________ T 21-14_______________ W @ 13-14______________ L 20-0________________ W @ 9-0_______________ W 13-6________________ W 13-0________________ W 6-6__________________ T @ 14-27______________ L 14-34________________ L @ 0-6________________ L 14-27________________ L @ 7-27_______________ L 13-6________________ W 17-7*_______________ W 13-7________________ W @ 6-13_______________ L 13-20________________ L @ 26-0______________ W 41-6________________ W 7-20*________________ L 12-7________________ W @ 0-3________________ L 0-7__________________ L 3-28*________________ L 14-42________________ L @ 3-18_______________ L 6-29_________________ L 0-28*________________ L 0-21_________________ L @ 0-26_______________ L 7-17_________________ L @ 6-24_______________ L 14-49________________ L @ 15-49______________ L 13-27________________ L @ 5-13_______________ L 0-49_________________ L @ 8-19_______________ L @ 14-46______________ L 6-42_________________ L @ 3-42_______________ L 13-16________________ L @ 7-44_______________ L 28-24_______________ W @ 0-35_______________ L 21-38________________ L @ 32-31_____________ W 0-41_________________ L @ 17-34______________ L 10-20________________ L @ 10-53______________ L 19-41________________ L 54-26*______________ W 21-22________________ L

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Arkansas State (2-0-0)

1999_________ @ 24-21_____________ W 2000_________ 52-3________________ W

Army (6-0-0)

2001_________ 2002_________ 2003_________ 2004_________ 2005_________ 2006_________

38-20_______________ W @ 46-27_____________ W 27-0________________ W @ 21-17_____________ W 38-17_______________ W @31-17_ ____________ W

Auburn (0-3-0)

1966_________ @ 6-7________________ L 1980_________ 7-10_________________ L 1981_________ @ 16-24______________ L

Austin College (18-5-0)

1905_________ 1907_________ 1909_________ 1911_________ 1911_________ 1912_________ 1914_________ 1915_________ 1916_________ 1917_________ 1918_________ 1919_________ 1920_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1925_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1928_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________

@ 21-0______________ W @ 27-0______________ W @ 18-3______________ W @ 0-39_______________ L 8-18_________________ L @ 7-0_______________ W 13-0________________ W @ 28-0______________ W 28-2________________ W @ 59-0______________ W 25-0________________ W @ 0-6________________ L 9-7_________________ W @ 7-20_______________ L 0-26_________________ L 21-0________________ W 7-0_________________ W 20-13_______________ W 21-0________________ W 33-7________________ W 38-0________________ W 68-0________________ W @ 33-0______________ W

Ball State (1-0-0)

1991_________ 22-16_______________ W

Baylor (49-49-7)

1899_________ 1901_________ 1901_________ 1902_________ 1902_________ 1902_________ 1903_________ 1903_________ 1904_________ 1904_________ 1904_________ 1905_________ 1905_________ 1905_________ 1907_________ 1907_________ 1907_________ 1908_________ 1908_________ 1908_________ 1909_________ 1909_________ 1909_________ 1910_________ 1910_________ 1911_________ 1912_________ 1914_________ 1915_________ 1916_________ 1917_________ 1918_________ 1919_________ 1920_________ 1925_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1942_________

@ 0-0________________ T 0-36_________________ L 0-42_________________ L 0-0__________________ T 0-6__________________ L 0-20_________________ L 0-14_________________ L 0-5__________________ L 0-0__________________ T 0-17_________________ L @ 5-0_______________ W 16-0________________ W 6-10_________________ L 17-0________________ W 6-6__________________ T @ 11-10_____________ W @ 8-16_______________ L 15-0________________ W 10-6________________ W 8-23_________________ L @ 9-0_______________ W @ 11-0______________ W @ 3-6________________ L @ 0-52_______________ L 3-10_________________ L @ 0-12_______________ L 22-0________________ W @ 14-28______________ L @ 0-51_______________ L 14-32________________ L 34-0________________ W @ 12-7______________ W 0-7__________________ L @ 21-9______________ W 7-7 (Dallas)_ __________ T 7-7 (Dallas)_ __________ T @ 14-0______________ W 6-7__________________ L @ 34-7______________ W 14-35________________ L @ 19-6______________ W 27-0________________ W @ 0-7________________ L 34-12_______________ W @ 28-0______________ W 28-0________________ W @ 0-6________________ L 39-7________________ W @ 0-27_______________ L 14-12_______________ W @ 23-12_____________ W 7-10_________________ L

1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 2006_________ 2007_________

@ 7-6_______________ W 19-16_______________ W @ 14-7______________ W 3-6__________________ L @ 14-40______________ L 14-20________________ L @ 20-7______________ W 20-20________________ T @ 7-25_______________ L 7-12_________________ L @ 28-6______________ W 7-6_________________ W @ 19-6______________ W 22-0________________ W @ 14-0______________ W 14-6________________ W @ 14-28______________ L 28-26_______________ W @ 13-32______________ L 17-14_______________ W @ 10-7______________ W 6-0_________________ W @ 29-7______________ W 47-14_______________ W @ 31-14_____________ W 24-17_______________ W @ 34-27_____________ W 9-42_________________ L @ 34-28_____________ W 7-21_________________ L @ 6-24_______________ L 19-24________________ L @ 9-48_______________ L 21-28________________ L @ 3-16_______________ L 6-21_________________ L @ 21-34______________ L 38-14_______________ W @ 21-56______________ L 38-28_______________ W @ 0-45_______________ L 17-28________________ L @ 24-0______________ W 24-14_______________ W @ 9-27_______________ L 21-27________________ L @ 9-26_______________ L 20-41________________ L @ 38-13_____________ W 18-44________________ L @ 24-27______________ L @17-7______________ W 27-0________________ W

Boise State (1-1-0)

2003_________ 31-34*_______________ L 2008_________ 17-16**_ ____________ W *Fort Worth Bowl **Poinsettia Bowl

Boston College (1-1-0)

1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________

@ 9-10_______________ L 13-0________________ W @ 21-0______________ W 41-6________________ W 35-7________________ W

Centre College (0-1-0)

1920_________ 7-63*________________ L *Fort Worth Classic

Chatham AAF (1-0-0)

1944_________ @ 19-7______________ W

Cincinnati (1-2-0)

2002_________ @ 29-36 (OT)__________ L 2003_________ 43-10_______________ W 2004_________ @ 10-21______________ L

Clemson (1-2-0)

1959_________ 7-23*________________ L 1964_________ 14-10_______________ W 1965_________ @ 0-3________________ L *Bluebonnet Bowl

Colorado State (5-1-0)

1998_________ 2002_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

*AXA Liberty Bowl

@ 21-42______________ L 17-3*_______________ W 33-6________________ W @ 45-14_____________ W 24-12_______________ W @ 13-7______________ W

Dallas Univ. (1-1-1)

1913_________ 0-0__________________ T 1913_________ @ 0-6________________ L 1922_________ @ 21-6______________ W

Daniel Baker (11-4-0)

1903_________ 1906_________ 1914_________ 1916_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1924_________ 1925_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________

@ 5-10_______________ L @ 0-4________________ L @ 0-33_______________ L @ 23-0______________ W 13-21________________ L 47-6________________ W 13-12_______________ W 12-0________________ W 5-3_________________ W 27-0________________ W 21-0________________ W 61-0________________ W 55-0________________ W @ 28-6______________ W @ 33-7______________ W

Deaf & Dumb Inst. (2-0-0)

1906_________ 17-6________________ W 1908_________ 59-0________________ W

Decatur Baptist (0-1-0)

1987_________ @ 20-38______________ L 1988_________ 31-17_______________ W

1919_________ @ 0-20_______________ L

Bowling Green (1-0-0)

1940_________ @ 0-3________________ L

Britten Training School (1-0-0)

1999_________ 28-14*______________ W 2001_________ 30-37________________ L 2002_________ @ 28-31______________ L

1988_________ 49-12_______________ W 1912_________ @ 16-0______________ W

Burleson College (1-0-0)

1913_________ @ 25-0______________ W

BYU (3-5-0)

1987_________ 1988_________ 1996_________ 1997_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

33-12_______________ W @ 18-31______________ L 21-45________________ L 10-31________________ L @ 51-50 (OT)_________ W 17-31________________ L @ 22-27______________ L 32-7________________ W

Carnegie Tech (1-0-0)

1938_________ 15-7*_______________ W *Sugar Bowl

Carruthers Field (0-1-0) Centenary (8-4-1) 1923_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1929_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________

East Carolina (1-2-0)

*Mobile Alabama Bowl

East Dallas (1-0-0)

1897_________ @ 6-0_______________ W

East Texas State (4-0-0)

1924_________ 1925_________ 1928_________ 1930_________

43-0________________ W 31-0________________ W 21-0________________ W 40-0________________ W

Epworth (0-1-0)

1910_________ 0-30_________________ L

First Texas Artillery (1-0-0)

1917_________ 14-7________________ W

1918_________ 6-7__________________ L

Detroit (0-1-0)

0-23_________________ L 24-14_______________ W @ 3-7________________ L @ 28-0______________ W @ 0-0________________ T @ 0-13_______________ L @ 27-7______________ W 26-0________________ W

Florida State (2-1-0)

1963_________ @ 13-0______________ W 1964_________ 0-10_________________ L 1965_________ 7-3_________________ W

Fordham (0-2-0)

1937_________ @ 6-7________________ L 1941_________ @ 14-28______________ L

Ft. Worth Central HS (1-0-0)

1911_________ 24-0________________ W


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Fort Worth Univ. (2-2-2)

1897_________ 1898_________ 1904_________ 1906_________ 1906_________ 1907_________

@ 32-0______________ W 0-0__________________ T @ 0-4________________ L 0-6__________________ L 9-6_________________ W 0-0__________________ T

Fresno State (2-1-0)

1998_________ 21-10_______________ W 1999_________ @ 19-28______________ L 2000_________ 24-7________________ W

Georgia (0-3-0)

1941_________ 26-40*_______________ L 1980_________ @ 3-34_______________ L 1988_________ @ 10-38______________ L *Orange Bowl

Georgia Tech (0-2-0)

1967_________ @ 9-24_______________ L 1968_________ @ 7-17_______________ L

Hardin-Simmons (9-1-2)

1920_________ 1921_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1924_________ 1925_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________

31-2________________ W @ 7-10_______________ L @ 7-7________________ T 16-0________________ W @ 7-0_______________ W 28-16_______________ W @ 19-3______________ W @ 20-0______________ W @ 0-0________________ T @ 6-0_______________ W @ 27-0______________ W 20-0________________ W

Haskell (0-1-0)

1921_________ 0-14_________________ L

Hawai’i (2-0-0)

1999_________ @ 34-14_____________ W 2000_________ 41-21_______________ W

Houston (12-13-0)

1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 2001_________ 2002_________ 2003_________ 2004_________ 2007_________

*Texas Bowl

@ 21-49______________ L 14-42________________ L @ 6-63_______________ L 10-21________________ L @ 5-37_______________ L 16-20________________ L @ 27-31______________ L 21-28________________ L @ 21-14_____________ W 21-26________________ L @ 30-14_____________ W 35-7________________ W @ 12-40______________ L 10-55________________ L @ 35-56______________ L 49-45_______________ W @ 46-49______________ L 38-10_______________ W @ 31-10_____________ W 31-21_______________ W @ 34-17_____________ W 34-17_______________ W @ 62-55_____________ W 34-27_______________ W 20-13*______________ W

Houston Heavyweights (0-1-1)

1896_________ @ 0-22_______________ L 1896_________ 0-0__________________ T

Howard Payne (6-2-0)

1912_________ 1913_________ 1914_________ 1916_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1935_________ 1936_________

53-0________________ W @ 6-0_______________ W @ 14-0______________ W @ 42-0______________ W 14-26________________ L @ 7-20_______________ L 41-0________________ W @ 6-0_______________ W

Idaho (1-0-0)

1973_________ 30-14_______________ W

Indiana (4-0-0)

1941_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1972_________

@ 20-14_____________ W @ 7-6_______________ W @ 13-6______________ W @ 31-28_____________ W

Iowa (1-2-0)

1958_________ @ 0-17_______________ L 1967_________ @ 9-24_______________ L 1968_________ 28-17_______________ W

Iowa State (3-0-0)

1995_________ 27-10_______________ W 1998_________ @ 31-21_____________ W 2005_________ 27-24*______________ W *EV1.net Houston Bowl

Kansas (16-8-4)

1942_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 1996_________ 1997_________

41-6________________ W @ 7-0_______________ W @ 18-0______________ W 0-0 (KC)_ _____________ T 0-0 (KC)_ _____________ T @ 14-13_____________ W @ 28-0______________ W @ 14-7______________ W 13-27________________ L @ 0-13_______________ L 13-0________________ W @ 27-6______________ W 47-14_______________ W @ 32-0______________ W 13-13________________ T @ 42-0______________ W 14-7________________ W @ 7-21_______________ L 17-16_______________ W @ 6-3_______________ W 10-6________________ W @ 3-7________________ L @ 19-30______________ L 16-16________________ T 31-21_______________ W @ 20-38______________ L 17-52________________ L @ 10-17______________ L

Kansas State (3-2-0)

1922_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________

@ 0-45_______________ L @ 3-20_______________ L 42-10_______________ W @ 24-22_____________ W 35-22_______________ W

Kentucky (0-1-0)

1951_________ 7-20*________________ L *Cotton Bowl

Louisville (3-1-0)

2001_________ 2002_________ 2003_________ 2004_________

37-22_______________ W @ 45-31_____________ W 31-28_______________ W @ 28-55______________ L

Loyola-New Orleans (2-0-0)

1934_________ @ 7-0_______________ W 1935_________ @ 14-0______________ W

LSU (2-5-1)

1931_________ 1932_________ 1935_________ 1943_________ 1959_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1968_________

*Sugar Bowl

3-0_________________ W @ 3-3________________ T 3-2*_ _______________ W @ 0-14_______________ L @ 0-10_______________ L @ 0-5________________ L @ 14-28______________ L @ 7-10_______________ L

Marquette (4-0-0)

1936_________ 1938_________ 1957_________ 1958_________

*Cotton Bowl

16-6*_______________ W @ 21-0______________ W @ 26-7______________ W 36-8________________ W

Memphis (1-0-0)

2002_________ 27-20_______________ W

Meridian (2-0-0)

Michigan State (0-1-0)

1953_________ @ 19-26______________ L

Minnesota (0-1-0)

1974_________ @ 7-9________________ L

Mississippi (1-5-0)

1947_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1955_________ 1982_________ 1983_________

*Delta Bowl #Cotton Bowl

9-13*________________ L 33-27_______________ W @ 7-19_______________ L 13-14#_______________ L @ 9-27_______________ L 7-20_________________ L

Mississippi State (0-0-1)

1936_________ 0-0 (Dallas)_ __________ T

Missouri (1-1-0)

1989_________ @ 10-14______________ L 1990_________ @ 20-19_____________ W

Missouri Osteopaths (2-0-0)

1920_________ 19-3________________ W 1921_________ 7-0_________________ W

Navy (2-0-0)

2000_________ @ 24-0______________ W 2003_________ 17-3________________ W

Nebraska (1-6-0)

1951_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 2001_________

@ 28-7______________ W @ 14-34______________ L @ 10-14______________ L 0-29_________________ L @ 14-56______________ L @ 10-64______________ L @ 7-21_______________ L

Nevada (1-0-0)

2000_________ @ 41-10_____________ W

New Mexico (7-3-0)

1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1996_________ 1997_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

60-7________________ W @ 7-24_______________ L 35-34_______________ W @ 44-29_____________ W @ 7-27_______________ L 10-40________________ L 49-28_______________ W @ 27-21_____________ W 37-0________________ W @ 26-3______________ W

North Carolina (0-3-0)

1940_________ @ 14-21______________ L 1994_________ @ 17-27______________ L 1997_________ 10-31________________ L

@ 0-14_______________ L @ 18-14_____________ W @ 7-7________________ T @ 7-14_______________ L @ 0-62_______________ L @ 3-37_______________ L

Oklahoma (4-7-0)

1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1954_________ 1993_________ 1996_________ 1998_________ 2005_________ 2008_________

19-34 (OKC)___________ L 13-7________________ W 12-14________________ L @ 20-7______________ W 18-21________________ L @ 16-21______________ L 3-35_________________ L @ 20-7______________ W 9-10_________________ L @ 17-10_____________ W @ 10-35______________ L

Okla. School of Mines (1-0-0)

1914_________ 20-0________________ W

Oklahoma State/A&M (9-11-2)

1915_________ 1919_________ 1921_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1924_________ 1925_________ 1926_________ 1943_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________

*Cotton Bowl

0-13_________________ L 7-14_________________ L @ 21-28______________ L 22-14_______________ W @ 7-6_______________ W 17-10_______________ W @ 7-22_______________ L 3-0_________________ W 25-0 (OKC)___________ W 0-34*________________ L 12-25________________ L 6-7 (OKC)_____________ L 7-14_________________ L @ 21-14_____________ W 33-33________________ T @ 7-18_______________ L @ 20-34______________ L 14-14________________ T 31-21_______________ W @ 24-21_____________ W 13-11_______________ W @ 22-27______________ L

Oregon (1-1-0)

1977_________ 24-29________________ L 1978_________ @ 14-10_____________ W

Penn State (1-3-0)

North Texas (16-2-0)

1942_________ @ 21-0______________ W

1913_________ 1914_________ 1918_________ 1919_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1999_________ 2001_________ 2002_________

@ 13-0______________ W 40-0________________ W 39-0________________ W 6-14_________________ L 25-0________________ W @ 47-0______________ W 33-6________________ W 14-2________________ W @ 13-0______________ W 27-0________________ W 28-11_______________ W 34-3________________ W 14-10_______________ W 20-24________________ L 19-10_______________ W 27-3________________ W @19-5______________ W 16-10_______________ W

Northern Illinois (1-0-0)

Miami (Fla.) (3-6-0)

Northwestern (3-1-0)

@ 12-20______________ L @ 19-6______________ W @ 21-19_____________ W 0-14_________________ L @ 20-21______________ L @ 9-14_______________ L @ 0-49_______________ L 21-17_______________ W @ 10-45______________ L

1937_________ 1957_________ 1961_________ 1966_________ 1969_________ 1973_________

North Dakota (1-0-0)

1933_________ 19-7________________ W

2006_________ 37-7*_______________ W

1946_________ 1947_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1962_________ 1969_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1992_________

Ohio State (1-4-1)

1916_________ @ 7-0_______________ W 1917_________ 20-0________________ W

Notre Dame (0-1-0)

1972_________ @ 0-21_______________ L

*Poinsettia Bowl

1999_________ 2000_________ 2002_________ 2004_________

@ 7-17_______________ L 41-14_______________ W @ 48-24_____________ W 48-45 (2OT)__________ W

Northwestern St. (0-1-0)

2001_________ 24-27 (OT)____________ L

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

1953_________ 1954_________ 1971_________ 1978_________

@ 21-27______________ L 20-7________________ W @ 14-66______________ L @ 0-58_______________ L

Pensacola NAS (1-0-0)

Phillips University (1-0-1)

1920_________ 3-0_________________ W 1921_________ @ 0-0________________ T

Pittsburgh (1-0-1)

1959_________ @ 13-3______________ W 1960_________ 7-7__________________ T

Polytechnic (3-1-1)

1909_________ 1910_________ 1911_________ 1912_________ 1912_________

@ 42-0______________ W 6-6__________________ T 3-16_________________ L 33-3________________ W 21-7________________ W

Purdue (0-2-0)

1969_________ 35-42________________ L 1970_________ @ 0-15_______________ L

Rice (41-35-3)

1914_________ 1915_________ 1916_________ 1917_________ 1923_________ 1924_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________

@ 0-0________________ T @ 3-33_______________ L 7-7__________________ T @ 0-26_______________ L @ 6-0_______________ W 3-7__________________ L @ 7-0_______________ W 24-0________________ W 20-0________________ W 7-6_________________ W @ 16-6______________ W 26-3________________ W

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1942_________ 1943_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 1996_________ 1997_________ 1998_________ 1999_________ 2000_________

@ 7-2_______________ W 27-6________________ W @ 13-0______________ W 7-2_________________ W @ 29-7______________ W 21-0________________ W @ 6-14_______________ L 0-0__________________ T @ 0-26_______________ L 6-13_________________ L @ 9-6_______________ W 14-13_______________ W @ 0-13_______________ L 0-7__________________ L @ 7-21_______________ L 14-20________________ L @ 26-14_____________ W 22-6________________ W @ 6-12_______________ L 6-19_________________ L @ 0-6________________ L 35-0________________ W @ 20-17_____________ W 0-20_________________ L @ 21-10_____________ W 35-6________________ W @ 0-23_______________ L 16-35________________ L @ 30-7______________ W 7-33_________________ L @ 0-31_______________ L 42-14_______________ W @ 10-21______________ L 14-10_______________ W @ 24-14_____________ W 21-17_______________ W @ 15-17______________ L 20-19_______________ W @ 21-25______________ L 9-14_________________ L @ 14-26______________ L 28-21_______________ W 23-26________________ L @ 35-15_____________ W 14-21________________ L @ 17-7______________ W 24-28________________ L @ 28-41______________ L 24-16_______________ W @ 34-3______________ W 45-24_______________ W @ 27-34______________ L 31-37________________ L @ 30-16_____________ W 21-10_______________ W @ 30-16_____________ W 38-28_______________ W @ 38-28_____________ W 12-29________________ L @ 19-34______________ L 27-25_______________ W @ 33-28_____________ W 17-30________________ L @ 19-38______________ L 12-14________________ L @ 21-42______________ L 37-0________________ W

San Diego State (4-0-0)

2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

@ 23-20_____________ W 52-0________________ W @ 45-33_____________ W 41-7________________ W

San Jose State (1-1-0)

1999_________ 42-0________________ W 2000_________ @ 24-27______________ L

Santa Clara (3-0-0)

1934_________ @ 9-7_______________ W 1935_________ @ 10-6______________ W 1936_________ @ 9-0_______________ W

Second Texas 132nd (0-1-0)

1917_________ 7-14_________________ L

SMU (42-39-7)

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1915_________ 1916_________ 1917_________ 1918_________ 1921_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1924_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1928_________

43-0________________ W 48-3________________ W 21-0________________ W 0-1 (forfeit)_ __________ L @ 13-6______________ W 0-0__________________ T @ 0-40_______________ L 0-6__________________ L @ 13-14______________ L 6-28_________________ L @ 15-6______________ W

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1942_________ 1943_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 1996_________ 1997_________ 1998_________ 1999_________ 2000_________ 2001_________ 2002_________ 2003_________ 2004_________ 2005_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

7-7__________________ T @ 13-0______________ W 0-0__________________ T @ 8-0_______________ W 26-6________________ W @ 0-19_______________ L 14-20________________ L @ 0-0________________ T 3-0_________________ W @ 20-7______________ W 7-14_________________ L @ 0-16_______________ L 15-13_______________ W @ 14-6______________ W 0-20_________________ L @ 6-9________________ L 0-34_________________ L @ 13-30______________ L 19-19________________ T @ 7-7________________ T 21-13_______________ W @ 27-13_____________ W 13-2________________ W @ 14-7______________ W 13-0________________ W @ 6-21_______________ L 20-13_______________ W @ 21-6______________ W 21-0________________ W @ 13-20______________ L 19-0________________ W @ 13-0______________ W 28-28________________ T @ 14-9______________ W 22-15_______________ W 17-6________________ W 10-7________________ W 0-21_________________ L @ 14-28______________ L 14-21________________ L @ 17-19______________ L 26-17_______________ W @ 18-16_____________ W 22-35________________ L @ 19-21______________ L 13-33________________ L @ 13-28______________ L @ 14-34______________ L 21-45________________ L @ 14-45______________ L 7-27_________________ L @ 14-17______________ L 9-20_________________ L @ 13-16______________ L 17-21________________ L @ 17-26______________ L 21-56________________ L @ 21-31______________ L 28-10_______________ W @ 42-21_____________ W 18-10_______________ W @ 9-21_______________ L 15-21________________ L @ 35-14_____________ W 19-16_______________ W @ 24-27______________ L 21-18_______________ W @ 6-10_______________ L 21-0________________ W @ 62-7______________ W @ 38-10_____________ W 17-6________________ W @ 20-13_____________ W 44-0________________ W @ 10-21______________ L 21-7________________ W @ 48-7______________ W

South Plains AAF (1-0-0)

1944_________ 34-0________________ W

Southeast Oklahoma (1-0-0)

1920_________ 20-0________________ W

Southern Miss (4-2-0)

1989_________ 2000_________ 2001_________ 2002_________ 2003_________ 2004_________

19-17_______________ W 21-28*_______________ L @ 14-12_____________ W 37-7________________ W @ 28-40______________ L 42-17_______________ W

*Mobile Alabama Bowl

Southwest Oklahoma (2-0-1)

1911_________ @ 25-0______________ W 1911_________ @ 24-0______________ W 1913_________ @ 0-0________________ T

Southwestern State (0-1-0)

1916_________ @ 13-41______________ L

Southwestern (7-4-0)

1908_________ 1909_________ 1910_________ 1911_________ 1912_________ 1914_________ 1915_________ 1917_________ 1918_________ 1919_________ 1920_________

@ 14-5______________ W @ 12-0______________ W @ 3-25_______________ L @ 0-21_______________ L @ 20-0______________ W @ 9-10_______________ L 21-0________________ W 20-6________________ W @ 14-6______________ W 0-10_________________ L 21-16_______________ W

Stanford (2-0-0)

2007_________ @38-36_ ____________ W 2008_________ 31-14_______________ W

Stephen f. Austin (1-0-0)

2008_________ 67-7________________ W

Syracuse (1-0-0)

1956_________ 28-27*______________ W *Cotton Bowl

Taylor (1-0-0)

1901_________ 5-0_________________ W

Temple (1-1-0)

1938_________ @ 28-6______________ W 1939_________ @ 11-13______________ L

Tennessee (0-2-0)

1973_________ @ 7-39_______________ L 1976_________ @ 0-31_______________ L

Texas (20-61-1)

1897_________ 1898_________ 1898_________ 1904_________ 1905_________ 1906_________ 1908_________ 1909_________ 1912_________ 1915_________ 1918_________ 1924_________ 1927_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1942_________ 1943_________

@ 10-18______________ L 0-15_________________ L @ 0-29_______________ L @ 0-40_______________ L @ 0-11_______________ L @ 0-22_______________ L @ 6-11_______________ L @ 0-24_______________ L @ 10-30______________ L @ 0-72_______________ L @ 0-19_______________ L 0-13_________________ L @ 0-0________________ T 0-6__________________ L @ 15-12_____________ W 0-7__________________ L @ 0-10_______________ L 14-0________________ W @ 30-0______________ W 19-20________________ L @ 28-0______________ W 27-6________________ W @ 14-0______________ W 28-6________________ W @ 19-25______________ L 14-21________________ L @ 14-7______________ W 13-7________________ W @ 7-46_______________ L

THE IRON SKILLET: TCU-SMU SERIES

During the post-World War II college football boom, the TCU and SMU student bodies created a traveling trophy called the Iron Skillet that was presented to the winner of the annual football game between the rivals. The tradition eventually died, and the skillet was lost. In 1993, the tradition was revived as SMU defeated TCU, 21-15. The skillet is presented to the winning team after each game. Series Records

Most Points Scored

All-Time Series: TCU leads 42-39-7 In Fort Worth: TCU leads 22-16-5 In Dallas: SMU leads 23-20-2 Largest TCU victory margin: 55 in 2000 Largest SMU victory margin: 40 in 1923

Most Points Scored – TCU: 62 in 2000 Most Points Scored – SMU: 56 in 1985 Most Points Scored – Combined: 77 in 1985 Consecutive TCU wins: 6 (1999-2004) Consecutive SMU wins: 14 (1973-1986)

TCU Team Game Records

SMU Team Game Records

First Downs: 27 in 1989 Total Offense: 562 in 2004 Yards Rushing: 307 in 2000 Yards Passing: 397 in 2004

First Downs: 31 in 1985 Total Offense: 636 in 1985 Yards Rushing: 467 in 1985 Yards Passing: 372 in 1972

TCU Individual Game Records

SMU Individual Game Records

Total Offense: 341, Casey Printers, 2000 Yards Rushing: 179, Andre Davis, 1994 Yards Passing: 288, Max Knake, 1993 Pass Receptions: 12, Andre Davis, 1993

Yards Offense: 330, Mike Livingston, 1967 Yards Rushing: 195, Paul Page, 1945 Yards Passing: 372, Dan Freiburger,1992 Pass Receptions: 10, Korey Beard, 1992


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________ 1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 2007_________

7-6_________________ W @ 0-20_______________ L 14-0________________ W @ 0-20_______________ L 7-14_________________ L @ 14-13_____________ W 7-21_________________ L @ 21-32______________ L 7-14_________________ L @ 3-13_______________ L 34-35________________ L @ 47-20_____________ W 46-0________________ W @ 2-14_______________ L 22-8________________ W @ 14-9______________ W 2-3__________________ L @ 6-0_______________ W 0-14_________________ L @ 0-17_______________ L 13-28________________ L @ 25-10_____________ W 3-13_________________ L @ 24-17_____________ W 21-47________________ L @ 7-69_______________ L 0-58_________________ L @ 0-31_______________ L 0-27_________________ L @ 7-52_______________ L 16-81________________ L @ 11-27______________ L 7-34_________________ L @ 14-44______________ L 0-41_________________ L @ 10-35______________ L 26-51________________ L @ 15-31______________ L 21-38________________ L @ 14-20______________ L 23-44________________ L @ 0-20_______________ L 16-45________________ L @ 21-24______________ L 21-30________________ L @ 17-31______________ L 10-38________________ L @ 0-32_______________ L 23-14_______________ W @ 3-24_______________ L 18-34________________ L @ 19-27______________ L @ 13-34______________ L

Texas A&M (29-56-7)

1897_________ 1898_________ 1902_________ 1903_________ 1903_________ 1903_________ 1904_________ 1905_________ 1905_________ 1906_________ 1906_________ 1907_________ 1908_________ 1909_________ 1910_________ 1910_________ 1914_________ 1915_________ 1919_________ 1924_________ 1925_________ 1926_________ 1927_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1931_________ 1932_________ 1933_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1942_________ 1943_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1946_________ 1947_________

@ 30-6______________ W 0-16_________________ L 0-22_________________ L @ 6-14_______________ L @ 0-16_______________ L 0-11_________________ L @ 0-29_______________ L @ 0-20_______________ L 11-24________________ L @ 0-42_______________ L 0-22_________________ L @ 5-32_______________ L 10-13________________ L @ 0-0________________ T @ 0-35_______________ L 6-23_________________ L @ 0-40_______________ L 10-13________________ L 0-48_________________ L @ 0-28_______________ L 3-0_________________ W @ 13-13______________ T 0-0__________________ T @ 6-0_______________ W 13-7________________ W @ 3-0_______________ W 6-0_________________ W @ 17-0______________ W 13-7________________ W @ 13-0______________ W 19-14_______________ W @ 7-18_______________ L 7-7__________________ T @ 34-6______________ W 6-20_________________ L @ 7-21_______________ L 0-14_________________ L @ 7-2_______________ W 0-13_________________ L @ 13-7______________ W 13-12_______________ W @ 0-14_______________ L 26-0________________ W

1948_________ 1949_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1952_________ 1953_________ 1954_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1957_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________ 1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 2001_________

@ 27-14_____________ W 28-6________________ W @ 23-42______________ L 20-14_______________ W @ 7-7________________ T 7-20_________________ L @ 21-7______________ W 16-19________________ L 6-7__________________ L 0-7__________________ L @ 24-8______________ W 39-6________________ W @ 14-14______________ T 15-14_______________ W @ 20-14_____________ W 14-14________________ T @ 14-9______________ W 17-9________________ W @ 7-35_______________ L 0-20_________________ L @ 7-27_______________ L 16-6________________ W @ 31-15_____________ W 14-3________________ W @ 13-10_____________ W 16-35________________ L @ 0-17_______________ L 6-14_________________ L @ 10-59______________ L 23-52________________ L @ 7-15_______________ L 7-30_________________ L @ 10-13______________ L 7-37_________________ L @ 14-34______________ L 10-20________________ L @ 21-35______________ L 6-53_________________ L @ 10-74______________ L 24-42________________ L @ 0-18_______________ L 7-44_________________ L @ 10-56______________ L 7-44_________________ L @ 10-37______________ L 3-59_________________ L @ 17-34______________ L 6-38_________________ L 9-28*________________ L

*galleryfurniture.com Bowl

Texas-Arlington (6-2-0)

1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1979_________ 1981_________

31-7________________ W 42-0________________ W 38-14_______________ W 49-13_______________ W 12-3________________ W 7-24_________________ L 14-21________________ L 38-16_______________ W

Texas Military (1-0-0)

1931_________ @ 40-0______________ W

Texas Tech (23-28-3)

1926_________ 1927_________ 1928_________ 1929_________ 1930_________ 1936_________ 1942_________ 1943_________ 1944_________ 1945_________ 1950_________ 1951_________ 1955_________ 1956_________ 1958_________ 1959_________ 1960_________ 1961_________ 1962_________ 1963_________ 1964_________ 1965_________ 1966_________ 1967_________ 1968_________ 1969_________ 1970_________ 1971_________ 1972_________ 1973_________ 1974_________ 1975_________ 1976_________

28-16_______________ W 16-6________________ W 28-6________________ W @ 22-0______________ W 26-0________________ W @ 0-7________________ L @ 6-13_______________ L 20-40________________ L 14-0________________ W @ 0-12_______________ L 19-6________________ W @ 19-33______________ L @ 32-0______________ W @ 7-21_______________ L 26-0________________ W @ 14-8______________ W 21-7________________ W @ 0-10_______________ L 35-13_______________ W 35-3________________ W 10-25________________ L @ 24-28______________ L 6-3_________________ W 16-0________________ W @ 14-31______________ L 35-26_______________ W @ 14-22______________ L 17-6________________ W @ 31-7______________ W 10-24________________ L @ 0-28_______________ L 0-34_________________ L 10-14________________ L

1977_________ 1978_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1981_________ 1982_________ 1983_________ 1984_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1987_________ 1988_________ 1989_________ 1990_________ 1991_________ 1992_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 2004_________ 2006_________

@ 17-49______________ L 17-27________________ L @ 3-3________________ T 24-17_______________ W @ 39-39______________ T 14-16________________ L @ 10-10______________ T 27-16_______________ W @ 7-63_______________ L 14-36________________ L @ 35-36______________ L 10-23________________ L @ 7-37_______________ L 28-40________________ L @ 30-16_____________ W 28-31________________ L @ 21-49______________ L 24-17_______________ W @ 6-27_______________ L @ 35-70______________ L 12-3________________ W

Toby’s Business College (2-0-0)

1896_________ 8-6_________________ W 1898_________ @ 41-0______________ W

Trinity (16-4-3)

1901_________ 1902_________ 1902_________ 1903_________ 1905_________ 1907_________ 1907_________ 1908_________ 1908_________ 1910_________ 1910_________ 1911_________ 1912_________ 1914_________ 1915_________ 1916_________ 1917_________ 1919_________ 1920_________ 1921_________ 1922_________ 1923_________ 1952_________

0-0__________________ T 0-28_________________ L 0-17_________________ L @ 0-30_______________ L 6-0_________________ W @ 27-0______________ W @ 6-5_______________ W @ 11-10_____________ W 22-0________________ W 18-6________________ W @ 9-0_______________ W 30-0________________ W @ 48-13_____________ W 7-7__________________ T @ 25-0______________ W 35-0________________ W @ 20-6______________ W @ 7-0_______________ W @ 20-7______________ W 19-3________________ W @ 7-7________________ T 10-16________________ L @ 47-0______________ W

Tulane (8-4-0)

1978_________ 1979_________ 1985_________ 1986_________ 1993_________ 1994_________ 1995_________ 1996_________ 2001_________ 2002_________ 2003_________ 2004_________

@ 13-7______________ W 19-33________________ L 30-13_______________ W @ 48-31_____________ W 14-7________________ W @ 30-28_____________ W 16-11_______________ W @ 7-35_______________ L @ 22-48______________ L 17-10_______________ W @ 38-35_____________ W 31-35________________ L

Tulsa (14-5-0)

1921_________ 1922_________ 1931_________ 1934_________ 1935_________ 1936_________ 1937_________ 1938_________ 1939_________ 1940_________ 1941_________ 1972_________ 1979_________ 1980_________ 1996_________ 1997_________ 1998_________ 1999_________ 2000_________

16-0________________ W @ 0-21_______________ L @ 0-13_______________ L @ 14-12_____________ W @ 13-0______________ W @ 10-7______________ W 20-13_______________ W @ 21-0______________ W 16-0________________ W @ 0-7________________ L 6-0_________________ W @ 35-9______________ W @ 24-17_____________ W 17-23________________ L @ 31-24_____________ W 22-33________________ L @ 17-7______________ W 56-17_______________ W @ 17-3______________ W

UAB (1-2-0)

2001_________ @ 17-38______________ L 2003_________ 27-24_______________ W 2004_________ @ 25-41______________ L

UCLA (1-3-0)

1939_________ 1942_________ 1952_________ 1961_________

UNLV (6-1-0)

1996_________ 1997_________ 1998_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

USC (3-2-0)

1951_________ 1954_________ 1960_________ 1977_________ 1998_________

*Sun Bowl

@ 2-6________________ L @ 7-6_______________ W @ 0-14_______________ L @ 7-28_______________ L 42-34_______________ W @ 19-21______________ L @ 41-18_____________ W 51-3________________ W @ 25-10_____________ W 34-10_______________ W @ 44-14_____________ W

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

@ 26-28______________ L @ 20-7______________ W @ 7-6_______________ W @ 0-51_______________ L 28-19*______________ W

USF (1-1-0)

2003_________ @ 13-10_____________ W 2004_________ 44-45 (2OT)___________ L

Utah (1-5-0)

1996_________ 1997_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

@ 7-21_______________ L 18-32________________ L 23-20 (OT)___________ W @ 7-20_______________ L 20-27________________ L @ 10-13______________ L

Utah State (2-0-1)

1981_________ 13-13________________ T 1982_________ 24-9________________ W 1984_________ @ 62-18_____________ W

UTEP/Texas Western (3-2-0)

1965_________ 1996_________ 1997_________ 1999_________ 2000_________

*Sun Bowl

12-13*_______________ L 18-0________________ W @ 17-24______________ L 52-24_______________ W 47-14_______________ W

Vanderbilt (3-1-0)

1995_________ 1997_________ 1998_________ 2003_________

@ 16-3______________ W @ 16-40______________ L 19-16 (2OT)__________ W 30-14_______________ W

Virginia (0-1-0)

1994_________ 10-20*_______________ L *Independence Bowl

Wake Forest (1-0-0)

1952_________ 27-9________________ W

Washington (0-1-0)

1971_________ @ 26-44______________ L

Washington State (1-1-0)

1953_________ @ 21-7______________ W 1990_________ 3-21_________________ L

Western Michigan (0-0-1)

1992_________ 17-17________________ T

West Texas State (1-0-0)

1921_________ 30-0________________ W

West Virginia (0-1-0)

1984_________ 14-31*_______________ L *Bluebonnet Bowl

Wisconsin (0-0-1)

1970_________ @ 14-14______________ T

Wyoming (3-2-0)

1998_________ 2005_________ 2006_________ 2007_________ 2008_________

27-34________________ L @ 28-14_____________ W 26-3________________ W @ 21-24______________ L 54-7________________ W

111 Ambulance (1-0-0)

1917_________ @ 6-0_______________ W

UC Davis (1-0-0)

2006_________ 46-13_______________ W

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1896 – (1-1-1)

Coach: none Toby’s Business College W at Houston Heavyweights L Houston Heavyweights T

1906 – (2-5)

8-6 0-22 0-0

1897 – (3-1)

Coach: Joe J. Field at East Dallas at Texas at Texas A&M at Ft. Worth University

W L W W

6-0 10-18 30-6 32-0

L W T L L

0-15 41-0 0-0 0-29 0-16

1898 – (1-3-1)

Coach: James Morrison Texas at Toby’s Business Coll. Ft. Worth University at Texas Texas A&M

T

0-0

1900 No games played 1901 – (1-2-1)

Coach:

none Baylor Trinity Baylor Taylor

L T L W

0-36 0-0 0-42 5-0

1902 – (0-5-1)

Coach: H. E. Hildebrand Trinity University at Baylor Texas A&M Baylor at Trinity Baylor

L T L L L L

0-28 0-0 0-22 0-6 0-17 0-20

L L L L L L L

0-14 6-14 0-30 0-16 0-5 5-10 0-11

1904 – (1-4-1)

Coach: C.E. Cronk Baylor at Texas at Ft. Worth University at Texas A&M Baylor at Baylor

T L L L L W

0-0 0-40 0-4 0-29 0-17 5-0

W L W L L W L W

16-0 0-11 21-0 0-20 6-10 6-0 11-24 17-0

1905 – (4-4)

Coach: E. J. Hyde Baylor at Texas at Austin College at Texas A&M Baylor Trinity Texas A&M Baylor

184

L L L L L W W

0-6 0-22 0-42 0-22 0-4 17-6 9-6

1907 – (4-2-2)

Coach: E. J. Hyde at Fort Worth Univ. at Baylor at Austin College at Trinity at Baylor at Texas A&M at Trinity at Baylor

Coach: J.R. Langley Deaf & Dumb Institute Baylor at Texas at Trinity Baylor Texas A&M Trinity at Southwestern Baylor

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

Coach: Kemp Lewis Polytechnic at Texas A&M at Baylor Trinity Texas A&M at Trinity at Southwestern Baylor Epworth

Coach: W. T. Stewart at Britten Training School at Texas at Southwestern Baylor at Austin College Polytechnic Howard Payne at Trinity Polytechnic

Coach: S. A. Boles North Texas State Okla. School of Mines at Southwestern at Texas A&M at Rice at Baylor Austin College at Daniel Baker at Howard Payne Trinity

59-0 15-0 6-11 11-10 10-6 10-13 22-0 14-5 8-23

W T W L W W W L

42-0 0-0 9-0 0-24 18-3 11-0 12-0 3-6

Coach: Milton Daniel at Meridian Austin College at SMU Rice Trinity at Southwestern State at Daniel Baker at Howard Payne Baylor

T L L W L W L L L

6-6 0-35 0-52 18-6 6-23 9-0 3-25 3-10 0-30

1917 – (8-2)

W L L L L L W W W

30-0 0-21 0-39 0-12 8-18 3-16 24-0 25-0 24-0

W L W W W W W W W

16-0 10-30 20-0 22-0 7-0 33-3 53-0 48-13 21-7

1912 – (8-1)

1920 – (9-1 TIAA Champions)

T T W W W L

0-0 0-0 6-0 25-0 13-0 0-6

W W L L T L W L W T

40-0 20-0 9-10 0-40 0-0 14-28 13-0 0-33 14-0 7-7

L W L W L W W L L

0-72 43-0 10-13 28-0 3-33 25-0 21-0 0-13 0-51

W W W T W L W W L

7-0 28-2 48-3 7-7 35-0 13-41 23-0 42-0 14-32

W L W W W W W L W W

20-0 0-26 14-7 21-0 20-6 20-6 59-0 7-14 6-0 34-0

L L L W W W W

0-19 6-7 0-1 14-6 39-0 25-0 12-7

L L L L W L L L

6-14 0-20 7-14 0-10 7-0 0-6 0-48 0-7

1914 – (4-4-2)

W W L W W L W W L

1911 – (4-5)

Coach: Henry W. Lever Trinity at Southwestern at Austin College at Baylor Austin College Polytechnic FW Central High at SW Oklahoma at SW Oklahoma

Fred Cahoon at SW Oklahoma Dallas at Howard Payne at Burleson College at North Texas State at Dallas

0-0 6-6 27-0 27-0 11-10 5-32 6-5 8-16

1909 – (5-2-1)

Coach: J.R. Langley at Polytechnic at Texas A&M at Baylor at Texas at Austin College at Baylor at Southwestern at Baylor

Coach:

T T W W W L W L

1910 – (2-6-1)

1903 – (0-7)

Coach: none Baylor at Texas A&M at Trinity at Texas A&M Baylor at Daniel Baker Texas A&M

1913 – (3-1-2)

1908 – (6-3)

1899 – (0-0-1)

Coach: none at Baylor

Coach: E. J. Hyde Ft. Worth University at Texas at Texas A&M Texas A&M at Daniel Baker Deaf & Dumb Institute Fort Worth University

1915 – (4-5)

Coach: E. Y. Freeland at Texas SMU Texas A&M at Austin College at Rice at Trinity Southwestern Oklahoma A&M at Baylor

1916 – (6-2-1)

Coach: Milton Daniel Meridian at Rice First Texas Artillery SMU at Trinity Southwestern at Austin College 2nd TX 132nd Infantry at 111 Ambulance Baylor

1918 – (4-3)

Coach: E. M. Tipton at Texas Carruthers Field at SMU (forfeit) at Southwestern North Texas State Austin College at Baylor

1919 – (1-7)

Coach: T. D. Hackney North Texas State at Decatur Baptist Oklahoma A&M Southwestern at Trinity at Austin College Texas A&M Baylor

Coach: W. L. Driver Southeast Oklahoma Austin College at Arkansas at Trinity Phillips Missouri Osteopaths at Baylor Hardin-Simmons Southwestern Fort Worth Dixie Classic 01/01 at Centre College

W W W W W W W W W

20-0 9-7 19-2 20-7 3-0 19-3 21-9 31-2 21-16

L

7-63

W L L W W T W W L W

30-0 7-10 21-28 19-3 16-0 0-0 7-0 13-6 0-14 19-14

W T L L W L L T L T

21-6 7-7 13-21 0-21 22-14 7-20 14-26 7-7 0-45 0-0

W W W L L L L L W

7-6 16-0 47-6 0-23 0-40 0-26 7-20 10-16 6-0

W W W W L L L L L

43-0 13-12 17-10 7-0 3-7 0-6 0-28 0-13 0-20

W W T W L W W W W

31-0 12-0 7-7 28-16 7-22 21-9 3-0 3-0 21-0

1921 – (6-3-1)

Coach: W. L. Driver West Texas State at Hardin-Simmons at Oklahoma A&M Trinity Tulsa at Phillips University Missouri Osteopaths at SMU Haskell 11/24 Arkansas

1922 – (2-5-3)

Coach: John McKnight at Dallas at Hardin-Simmons Daniel Baker at Tulsa Oklahoma A&M at Austin College Howard Payne at Trinity at Kansas State SMU

1923 – (4-5)

Coach: Madison A. Bell 10/06 at Oklahoma A&M 10/13 Hardin-Simmons 10/20 Daniel Baker 10/27 Centenary 11/04 at SMU 11/10 Austin College 11/17 at Howard Payne 11/24 Trinity 11/29 at Rice

1924 – (4-5)

Coach: Madison A. Bell 09/27 East Texas State 10/04 Daniel Baker 10/11 Oklahoma A&M 10/18 at Hardin-Simmons 10/25 Rice 11/01 SMU 11/07 at Texas A&M 11/15 Texas 11/27 Arkansas

1925 – (7-1-1)

Coach: Madison A. Bell East Texas State Daniel Baker 10/13 Baylor (@Dallas) Hardin Simmons 10/24 at Oklahoma A&M 10/31 Abilene Christian 11/07 Texas A&M 11/14 Arkansas Austin College


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1926 – (6-1-2)

Coach: Madison A. Bell Daniel Baker Centenary 10/12 Baylor (@Dallas) Austin College Oklahoma A&M Texas Tech 11/05 at Texas A&M 11/13 at Arkansas 11/25 at SMU

1932 – (10-0-1 SWC Champions)

W W T W W W T W L

5-3 24-14 7-7 7-0 3-0 28-16 13-13 10-7 13-14

W T W W T W L L L

27-0 0-0 16-6 20-13 0-0 14-0 3-10 3-7 6-28

1927 – (4-3-2)

Coach: Madison A. Bell Daniel Baker 10/01 at Texas Texas Tech Austin College 10/22 Texas A&M 10/29 at Baylor 11/05 Arkansas at Centenary 11/24 SMU

1928 – (8-2)

Coach: Madison A. Bell 09/22 East Texas State 09/29 Daniel Baker 10/06 at Hardin-Simmons 10/13 Austin College 10/20 at Texas A&M 10/27 Texas Tech 11/03 Baylor 11/10 at Rice 11/17 Texas 11/29 at SMU

W W W W W W L W L W

21-0 21-0 19-3 21-0 6-0 28-6 6-7 7-0 0-6 15-6

1929 – (9-0-1 SWC Champions)

Coach: Francis A. Schmidt 09/28 Daniel Baker 10/05 at Hardin-Simmons 10/12 at Centenary 10/19 Texas A&M 10/26 at Texas Tech 11/02 North Texas State 11/09 Rice 11/16 at Texas 11/23 at Baylor 11/30 SMU

W W W W W W W W W T

61-0 20-0 28-0 13-7 22-0 25-0 24-0 15-12 34-7 7-7

W W W T W W W W W L L W

47-0 40-0 33-7 0-0 40-0 3-0 26-0 62-0 20-0 0-7 14-35 13-0

1930 – (9-2-1)

Coach: Francis A. Schmidt 09/19 at North Texas State 09/20 East Texas State 09/27 Austin College 10/04 at Hardin-Simmons 10/11 Arkansas 10/18 at Texas A&M 10/25 Texas Tech 11/12 Abilene Christian Rice 11/15 Texas 11/22 Baylor 11/29 at SMU

1931 – (9-2-1)

Coach: Francis A. Schmidt 09/18 at Texas Military 09/19 North Texas State 09/26 LSU 10/03 at Tulsa 10/10 Austin College 10/17 Texas A&M 10/23 at Hardin-Simmons 10/31 at Arkansas 11/07 Rice 11/14 at Texas 11/21 at Baylor 11/28 SMU

W W W L W W W W W L W T

40-0 33-6 3-0 0-13 38-0 6-0 6-0 7-0 7-6 0-10 19-6 0-0

Coach: Francis A. Schmidt 09/17 North Texas State 09/24 at LSU 10/01 Daniel Baker 10/08 Arkansas 10/15 at Texas A&M 10/22 Austin College 10/29 Baylor 11/04 at Hardin-Simmons 11/11 Texas 11/19 at Rice 11/26 at SMU

W T W W W W W W W W W

1937 – (4-4-2)

14-2 3-3 55-0 34-12 17-0 68-0 27-0 27-0 14-0 16-6 8-0

1933 – (10-1-1)

Coach: Francis A. Schmidt 09/15 at Austin College 09/22 at Daniel Baker 09/29 at North Texas State 10/07 at Arkansas (forfeit) 10/14 Hardin-Simmons 10/21 Texas A&M 10/28 at Centenary 11/04 at Baylor 11/11 North Dakota 11/18 at Texas 11/25 Rice 12/02 SMU

W W W L W W T L W W W W

33-0 28-6 13-0 0-13 20-0 13-7 0-0 0-7 19-7 30-0 26-3 26-6

1934 – (8-4)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/21 at Daniel Baker 09/29 North Texas State 10/06 Arkansas 10/13 at Tulsa 10/20 at Texas A&M 10/27 at Centenary 11/03 Baylor 11/10 at Loyola (N.O.) 11/17 Texas 11/24 at Rice 12/01 at SMU 12/08 Santa Clara

W W L W W L W W L W L W

33-7 27-0 10-24 14-12 13-0 0-13 34-12 7-0 19-20 7-2 0-19 9-7

1935 – (12-1 National Champions)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/21 Howard Payne 09/28 North Texas State 10/05 at Arkansas 10/12 at Tulsa 10/19 Texas A&M 10/26 at Centenary 11/02 at Baylor 11/09 at Loyola (N.O.) 11/16 at Texas 11/23 Rice 11/30 SMU 12/07 Santa Clara (@SF) Sugar Bowl 01/01 LSU

W W W W W W W W W W L W

41-0 28-11 13-7 13-0 19-14 27-7 28-0 14-0 28-0 27-6 14-20 10-6

W

3-2

W L W W L T W W W W T W

6-0 0-7 18-14 10-7 7-18 0-0 28-0 27-6 26-0 13-0 0-0 9-0

W

16-6

1936 – (9-2-2)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/18 at Howard Payne 09/26 at Texas Tech 10/03 Arkansas 10/10 at Tulsa 10/17 at Texas A&M 10/24 Miss. St. (@Dallas) 10/31 Baylor 11/07 Texas 11/14 (18) Centenary 11/21 (18) at Rice 11/28 at SMU 12/12 (16) Santa Clara (@SF) Cotton Bowl 01/01 Marquette

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/25 at Ohio State 10/02 at Arkansas 10/09 Tulsa 10/16 Texas A&M 10/23 Fordham (@NYC) 10/30 at Baylor (5) 11/06 at Centenary 11/13 at Texas 11/20 Rice 11/27 (14) SMU

1942 – (7-3)

L T W T L L L W W W

0-14 7-7 20-13 7-7 6-7 0-6 9-10 14-0 7-2 3-0

1938 – (11-0 SWC & National Champs)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/24 Centenary 10/01 Arkansas 10/08 at Temple 10/15 at Texas A&M 10/22 (7) at Marquette 10/29 (4) Baylor 11/05 (2) at Tulsa 11/12 (1) Texas 11/19 (2) at Rice 11/26 (2) at SMU Sugar Bowl 01/02 (1) Carnegie Tech

W W W W W W W W W W

13-0 21-14 28-6 34-6 21-0 39-7 21-0 28-6 29-7 20-7

W

15-7

L L L L W L W L W L

2-6 13-14 11-13 6-20 21-0 0-27 16-0 19-25 21-0 7-14

1939 – (3-7)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/29 at UCLA (7) 10/07 at Arkansas 10/14 at Temple 10/21 Texas A&M (1) 10/28 at Centenary 11/04 at Baylor 11/11 Tulsa 11/18 at Texas 11/25 Rice 12/02 SMU

1940 ­­– (3-7)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/28 Centenary 10/06 Arkansas 10/12 at North Carolina 10/19 at Texas A&M (6) 10/26 at Tulsa 11/02 Baylor 11/09 at Detroit 11/16 Texas 11/23 at Rice 11/30 at SMU (16)

W W L L L W L L L L

41-6 20-0 14-21 7-21 0-7 14-12 0-3 14-21 6-14 0-16

1941 – (7-3-1)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/27 Tulsa 10/04 at Arkansas 10/11 at Indiana 10/18 Texas A&M (9) 10/25 Fordham (@NYC) 11/01 at Baylor 11/08 Centenary 11/15 at Texas (1) 11/22 (19) Rice 11/29 SMU Orange Bowl 01/01 Georgia

W W W L L W W W T W

6-0 9-0 20-14 0-14 14-28 23-12 35-7 14-7 0-0 15-13

L

26-40

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/25 at UCLA (13) 10/03 Arkansas 10/10 Kansas 10/17 (17) at Texas A&M (9) 10/24 (12) at Pensacola NAS 10/31 (9) Baylor 11/07 at Texas Tech 11/14 Texas (8) 11/21 (18) at Rice 11/28 at SMU

W W W W W L L W L W

7-6 13-6 41-6 7-2 21-0 7-10 6-13 13-7 0-26 14-6

W L W L L L L L

13-0 0-13 25-0 0-14 20-40 7-46 6-13 0-20

1943 – (2-6)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 10/02 Arkansas (@LR) 10/16 Texas A&M 10/23 Okla. A&M (@OKC) 10/30 at LSU 11/06 Texas Tech 11/13 at Texas (16) 11/20 Rice 11/27 SMU

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1944 – (7-3-1 SWC Champions)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/23 at Kansas 09/30 South Plains AAF 10/07 Arkansas 10/21 at Texas A&M 10/28 Oklahoma (@OKC) 11/04 at Chatham AAF 11/11 Texas Tech 11/18 Texas 11/25 at Rice 12/02 at SMU Cotton Bowl 01/01 Oklahoma A&M

W W T W L W W W W L

7-0 34-0 6-6 13-7 19-34 19-7 14-0 7-6 9-6 6-9

L

0-34

W W L W L W L L W L

18-0 7-6 14-27 13-12 12-25 13-7 0-12 0-20 14-13 0-34

T W L L L L L W L L

0-0 19-16 14-34 12-20 0-14 6-7 12-14 14-0 0-13 13-30

T L L W W W W L L T

0-0 7-14 0-6 19-6 26-0 20-7 14-7 0-20 0-7 19-19

L

9-13

1945 – (5-5)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/25 at Kansas 09/29 at Baylor 10/06 at Arkansas 10/20 Texas A&M 10/27 Oklahoma A&M 11/03 at Oklahoma 11/10 at Texas Tech 11/17 at Texas (17) 11/24 Rice 12/01 SMU

1946 – (2-7-1)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/21 Kansas (@KC) 09/28 Baylor 10/05 Arkansas 10/12 at Miami 10/19 at Texas A&M 10/26 Okla. A&M (@OKC) 11/09 Oklahoma 11/16 Texas (6) 11/23 at Rice 11/30 at SMU

1947 – (4-5-2)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/20 Kansas (@KC) 09/27 Oklahoma A&M 10/04 at Arkansas 10/11 at Miami 10/18 Texas A&M 10/25 at Oklahoma 11/01 at Baylor 11/15 at Texas (7) 11/22 Rice 11/29 SMU (3) Delta Bowl 01/01 Mis­sis­sip­pi (13)

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

18 5


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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1948 – (4-5-1)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/18 at Kansas 09/25 at Oklahoma A&M 10/02 Arkansas 10/09 at Indiana 10/16 at Texas A&M 10/23 Oklahoma 10/30 Baylor (20) 11/13 Texas 11/20 at Rice 11/27 at SMU (10)

1954 – (4-6; 1-5 SWC)

W W L W W L L L L T

14-13 21-14 14-27 7-6 27-14 18-21 3-6 7-14 7-21 7-7

1949 – (6-3-1)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/17 at Kansas 09/24 Oklahoma A&M 10/01 at Arkansas 10/08 at Indiana 10/15 Texas A&M 10/22 Mississippi 10/29 at Baylor (10) 11/12 at Texas (13) 11/19 Rice 11/26 SMU

W T L W W W L W L W

28-0 33-33 7-27 13-6 28-6 33-27 14-40 14-13 14-20 21-13

W L W W L L L L W W

14-7 7-18 13-6 19-6 23-42 7-19 14-20 7-21 26-14 27-13

1951 – (6-5 SWC Champions)

Coach: Dutch Meyer Kansas 09/29 at Nebraska (12) 10/06 Arkansas (@LR) 10/13 at Texas Tech 10/20 Texas A&M 10/27 at Southern Cal 11/03 at Baylor (8) 11/17 at Texas (15) 11/24 Rice 12/01 SMU Cotton Bowl 01/01 Kentucky

L W W L W L W L W W

13-27 28-7 17-7 19-33 20-14 26-28 20-7 21-32 22-6 13-2

L

7-20

1952 – (4-4-2 swc)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/20 (9) at Kansas (17) 09/27 at UCLA (6) 10/04 Arkansas 10/11 at Trinity 10/18 at Texas A&M 11/01 Baylor 11/08 Wake Forest 11/15 Texas (9) 11/22 at Rice 11/29 at SMU

L L W W T T W L L W

0-13 0-14 13-7 47-0 7-7 20-20 27-9 7-14 6-12 14-7

1953 – (3-7; 1-5 SWC)

Coach: Abe Martin 09/19 Kansas 10/03 at Arkansas 10/10 at Michigan State 10/17 Texas A&M 10/24 at Penn State 10/31 at Baylor (3) 11/07 at Washington State 11/13 at Texas (10) 11/21 Rice 11/28 SMU

186

1959 – (8-3; 5-1 SWC Co-Champions) W L L W W W L L L L

27-6 16-21 13-20 20-7 21-7 20-7 7-12 34-35 0-6 6-21

1955 – (9-2; 5-1 SWC Champions)

1950 – (5-5)

Coach: Dutch Meyer 09/23 at Kansas 09/30 at Oklahoma A&M 10/07 Arkansas 10/14 Texas Tech 10/21 at Texas A&M 10/28 at Mississippi 11/04 Baylor 11/18 Texas (6) 11/25 at Rice 12/02 at SMU

Coach: Abe Martin 09/18 at Kansas 09/25 (20) at Oklahoma 10/02 Arkansas 10/08 at Southern California 10/16 at Texas A&M 10/23 (17) Penn State 10/30 Baylor 11/13 Texas 11/20 at Rice 11/27 at SMU

W L L L L L W L L W

13-0 6-13 19-26 7-20 21-27 7-25 21-7 3-13 6-19 13-0

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

Coach: Abe Martin 09/18 Kansas 09/24 at Texas Tech 10/01 (10) at Arkansas 10/08 (8) at Alabama 10/15 (7) Texas A&M (11) 10/21 (18) at Miami 10/29 (14) at Baylor 11/12 (8) at Texas 11/19 (7) Rice 11/26 (7) SMU Cotton Bowl 01/02 (6) Mississippi

W W W W L W W W W W

47-14 32-0 26-0 21-0 16-19 21-19 28-6 47-20 35-0 20-13

25,000

L

13-14 75,504

44,045 32,222 55,000 33,000

1956 – (8-3, 5-1 SWC)

Coach: Abe Martin 09/23 (7) at Kansas W 10/06 (8) Arkansas W 10/13 (4) at Alabama W 10/20 (4) at Texas A&M (5) L 10/27 (10) Miami (Fla.) L 11/03 (10) Baylor W 11/10 (17) at Texas Tech L 11/17 Texas W 11/24 (18) at Rice W 12/01 (14) at SMU W Cotton Bowl 01/01 (14) Syracuse (8) W

32-0 41-6 23-6 6-7 0-14 7-6 7-21 46-0 20-17 21-6

28,000 42,000 25,000

32,500

28-27 68,000

13-13 18-14 7-20 28-0 0-7 26-7 19-6 2-14 0-20 21-0

20,000 81,784 37,000 20,000 47,000 10,925 30,000 30,000 20,000 25,000

1958 – (8-2-1 5-1 SWC Champions) Coach: Abe Martin 09/20 (8) at Kansas 09/27 (6) at Iowa 10/04 Arkansas 10/11 Texas Tech 10/18 (20) at Texas A&M 11/01 (18) Baylor 11/08 (11) Marquette 11/15 (9) Texas (16) 11/22 (7) at Rice 11/29 (7) at SMU (18) Cotton Bowl 01/01 (10) Air Force

W L W W W W W W W L T

W L L W W W W W W W

14-7 0-10 0-3 14-8 39-6 13-3 14-0 14-9 35-6 19-0

25,000 67,000 21,000 23,000

L

7-23

55,000

27,397 26,000 43,000 40,000

1960 – (4-4-2; 3-3-1 swc)

Coach: Abe Martin 09/17 (11) at Kansas 09/24 at USC 10/01 Arkansas (14) 10/08 Texas Tech 10/15 at Texas A&M 10/22 Pittsburgh 10/29 Baylor (7) 11/12 Texas (11) 11/19 at Rice (10) 11/26 at SMU

L W L W T T W L L W

42-0 0-17 12-7 26-0 24-8 22-0 36-8 22-8 21-10 13-20 0-0

20,000 54,500 25,000 22,000 26,500 39,000 55,000 49,000 75,504

Coach: Abe Martin 09/23 Kansas (8) 09/30 at Ohio State 10/07 Arkansas (@LR) 10/14 at Texas Tech 10/21 Texas A&M 11/04 at Baylor (9) 11/11 at UCLA (16) 11/18 at Texas (1) 11/25 Rice 12/02 SMU

W T L L W L L W L T

7-21 7-6 0-7 21-7 14-14 7-7 14-6 2-3 0-23 13-0

32,000 31,475 38,000 25,000 16,000 25,000 35,000 20,000

17-16 7-7 3-28 0-10 15-14 14-28 7-28 6-0 16-35 28-28

27,000 82,878 41,000 25,500 43,000 23,000 29,230 50,000 22,000 20,000

W L L W W W L L W W

6-3 20-21 14-42 35-13 20-14 28-26 0-5 0-14 30-7 14-9

35,000 51,251 42,536 22,000 23,000 20,000 66,500 43,392 15,400

14-34 7-3 0-28 24-28 17-9 0-3 10-7 25-10 42-14 10-7

52,650 18,506 47,000 35,000 35,096 33,000 32,000 51,500 16,606 19,000

L

12-13 27,450

Coach: Abe Martin 09/17 at Nebraska (3) 09/24 at Ohio State 10/01 Arkansas (7) 10/08 Texas Tech 10/15 at Texas A&M (21) 10/22 at Auburn 10/29 Baylor (12) 11/12 Texas 11/19 at Rice 11/26 SMU (18)

L L L W L L W L L L

10-14 7-14 0-21 6-3 7-35 6-7 6-0 3-13 10-21 0-21

60,974 75,374 44,415 25,064 28,500 40,000 24,378 31,457

L L L L L W W W W L

9-24 9-24 0-26 0-20 0-29 29-7 16-0 24-17 14-10 14-28

46,731 55,299 40,000 37,166 16,656 25,000 23,428 51,000 16,600 17,000

L W L L L L W L L W

7-17 28-17 7-17 14-21 7-27 7-10 47-14 14-31 21-47 24-14

43,273 25,000

L L L L W L W W L W

35-42 0-62 6-24 17-19 16-6 9-14 31-14 35-26 7-69 21-17

25,000 86,412 50,000 31,575 38,123 21,195 25,000 25,278 51,000

31-7 0-15 14-14 14-49 20-34 31-15 24-17 14-22 0-58 15-17 26-17

25,427 65,808 61,359 39,136 24,500 29,250 21,817 40,100 40,179 18,000 17,118

30,757

Coach: Fred Taylor 09/23 at Iowa 09/30 at Georgia Tech 10/07 at Arkansas 10/21 Texas A&M 10/28 Nebraska 11/04 at Baylor 11/11 Texas Tech 11/18 at Texas 11/25 Rice 12/02 at SMU

W W L W T L L L W L

Coach: Fred Taylor 09/21 at Georgia Tech 09/28 Iowa 10/05 Arkansas (20) 10/12 SMU 10/19 at Texas A&M 10/26 at LSU (18) 11/02 Baylor 11/09 at Texas Tech 11/16 Texas (8) 11/23 at Rice

31,542 66,000 23,078 40,140 40,000 18,000

1969 – (4-6; 4-3 swc)

10-3 13-0 3-18 35-3 14-14 13-32 14-28 0-17 22-15 7-33

28,000 16,000 32,000 31,500 37,372 36,000 67,000 58,000 19,294 13,000

1964 – (4-6; 3-4 swc)

Coach: Abe Martin 09/19 at Kansas 09/26 Florida State 10/03 Arkansas (11) 10/10 Texas Tech 10/17 at Texas A&M 10/24 Clemson 10/31 Baylor 11/14 Texas (5) 11/21 at Rice 11/28 at SMU

L W L L W L W W W W

1968 – (3-7; 2-5 swc)

1963 – (4-5-1; 2-4-1 swc) Coach: Abe Martin 09/21 Kansas 09/28 at Florida State 10/05 at Arkansas (12) 10/12 at Texas Tech 10/19 Texas A&M 11/02 at Baylor 11/09 at LSU 11/16 at Texas (1) 11/30 SMU 12/07 Rice

Coach: Abe Martin 09/18 at Nebraska (1) 09/25 Florida State 10/02 Arkansas (4) (@LR) 10/09 at Texas Tech 10/16 Texas A&M (9) 10/23 at Clemson 10/30 at Baylor 11/13 at Texas 11/20 Rice 11/27 SMU Sun Bowl 12/19 Texas Western

1967 – (4-6; 4-3 swc)

1962 – (6-4; 5-2 swc)

Coach: Abe Martin 09/22 at Kansas 09/29 at Miami (Fla.) 10/06 Arkansas (15) 10/13 Texas Tech 10/20 at Texas A&M 11/03 Baylor 11/10 at LSU 11/17 Texas (5) 11/24 at Rice 12/01 at SMU

1965 – (6-5; 5-2 swc)

1966 – (2-8; 2-5 swc)

1961 – (3-5-2; 2-4-1 swc)

1957 – (5-4-1; 2-4 SWC)

Coach: Abe Martin 09/21 Kansas T 09/28 at Ohio State W 10/05 (18) Arkansas (@ LR) L 10/12 Alabama W 10/19 Texas A&M (1) L 10/26 at Marquette W 11/02 at Baylor W 11/16 (17) at Texas L 11/23 Rice L 11/30 SMU W

Coach: Abe Martin 09/19 (13) Kansas 09/26 (9) at LSU 10/03 at Arkansas 10/10 at Texas Tech 10/17 Texas A&M 10/24 (16) at Pittsburgh 10/31 (15) at Baylor 11/14 (18) at Texas (2) 11/21 (10) Rice 11/ 28 (8) SMU Bluebonnet Bowl 12/19 (7) Clemson

Coach: Fred Taylor 09/20 Purdue (18) 09/27 at Ohio State 10/04 at Arkansas (3) 10/10 at SMU 10/18 Texas A&M 10/25 at Miami 11/01 at Baylor 11/08 Texas Tech 11/15 at Texas (2) 11/22 Rice

1970 – (4-6-1; 3-4 swc) L L L L W W W L L W

3-7 0-10 6-29 10-25 14-9 14-10 17-14 13-28 0-31 17-6

38,000 20,000 20,000 23,902 21,500 14,154 22,119 36,000 25,000 12,000

Coach: Fred Taylor 09/12 UTA 09/19 at Purdue 09/26 at Wisconsin 10/03 Arkansas (11) 10/10 at Oklahoma St. 10/17 at Texas A&M 10/31 Baylor 11/07 at Texas Tech (19) 11/14 Texas (2) 11/21 at Rice 11/28 SMU

W L T L L W W L L L W


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1971 – (6-4-1; 5-2 swc)

Coaches: Jim Pittman/Billy Tohill 09/18 UTA W 09/25 at Washington L 10/02 at Arkansas (18) L 10/09 Oklahoma State T 10/16 Texas A&M W 10/23 at Penn State (7) L 10/30 at Baylor W 11/06 Texas Tech W 11/13 at Texas (13) L 11/20 Rice W 11/27 at SMU W

1976 – (0-11; 0-8 swc)

42-0 26-44 15-49 14-14 14-3 14-66 34-27 17-6 0-31 20-19 18-16

20,868 59,900 21,232 31,190 51,896 30,000 22,138 63,500 19,412 18,128

1972 – (5-6; 2-5 swc)

Coach: Billy Tohill 09/23 at Indiana 09/30 UTA 10/07 Arkansas 10/14 at Tulsa 10/21 at Texas A&M 10/28 at Notre Dame 11/04 Baylor 11/11 at Texas Tech (20) 11/18 Texas (7) 11/25 at Rice 12/02 SMU

W W L W W L L W L L L

31-28 38-14 13-27 35-9 13-10 0-21 9-42 31-7 0-27 21-25 22-35

34,004 22,300 42,558 18,500 28,770 59,075 22,925 40,120 33,536 15,000 18,152

W L L W L L W L L L L

49-13 3-37 5-13 30-14 16-35 7-39 34-28 10-24 7-52 9-14 19-21

18,930 87,439 49,456 15,110 32,010 66,356 30,257 25,029 12,827 18,572

14-34 0-31 10-64 14-46 23-26 0-49 21-49 10-14 7-34 10-59 19-24

24,328 79,564 74,981 37,186 14,210 10,539 18,263 20,986 16,523 44,055 11,480

Coach: 09/10 09/17 09/24 10/01 10/08 10/22 10/29 11/05 11/12 11/19 11/26

F. A. Dry SMU Oregon at USC (2) Arkansas (12) at Rice Miami (Fla.) Houston at Texas Tech at Texas (1) Texas A&M (11) at Baylor

Coach: 09/09 09/23 09/30 10/07 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/04 11/11 11/18 11/25

F. A. Dry at SMU at Oregon at Penn State at Arkansas (4) Rice at Tulane Baylor at Houston (11) Texas Tech Texas (9) at Texas A&M

W L L L L L L L L L L

12-3 7-37 7-9 0-49 13-33 0-17 3-41 7-21 0-28 16-81 14-26

17,210 50,811 32,622 30,210 16,492 36,701 63,191 18,792 40,189 24,983 12,000

Coach: 09/15 09/22 09/29 10/06 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/03 11/10 11/17 11/24

F. A. Dry SMU Tulane UTA Arkansas (13) at Rice at Tulsa at Baylor Houston at Texas Tech at Texas (6) Texas A&M

L L L L W W L L L L L

21-45 24-29 0-51 6-42 35-15 21-17 14-42 17-49 14-44 23-52 9-48

19,576 15,031 54,620 22,713 12,000 12,224 17,853 42,124 54,000 28,563 15,000

L L L L L L L L L L W

7-24 10-33 14-56 8-19 13-28 6-14 0-45 6-24 0-34 11-27 28-21

17,442 13,122 75,931 51,250 15,883 34,210 52,000 41,500 18,200 34,500 12,875

F. A. Dry Auburn at SMU at Georgia at Arkansas (14) Rice Tulsa Baylor (11) at Houston Texas Tech Texas at Texas A&M

F. A. Dry at Auburn UTA SMU Arkansas (18) at Rice Utah State at Baylor Houston at Texas Tech at Texas (10) Texas A&M

L W L W L T L L T L L

1986 – (3-8; 1-7 swc)

16-24 38-16 9-20 28-24 28-41 13-13 21-34 16-20 39-39 15-31 7-37

48,000 18,071 25,862 30,313 15,000 15,357 40,000 13,257 37,714 60,038 29,483

Coach: 09/11 09/18 09/25 10/02 10/09 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/06 11/13 11/20

F. A. Dry Utah State at Kansas at SMU at Arkansas (10) Rice at Mississippi Baylor at Houston Texas Tech Texas (20) at Texas A&M

L W L L L W L L L L L

14-45 14-10 0-58 3-42 14-21 13-7 21-28 6-63 17-27 0-41 7-15

41,112 30,500 76,832 54,430 14,433 22,748 16,722 30,011 17,228 20,014 41,484

L L L L W W L L T L L

L L L L L L L L W L L

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/10 Kansas 09/17 at Kansas State 09/24 SMU 10/01 Arkansas 10/08 at Rice 10/15 Mississippi 10/22 at Baylor 10/29 Houston 11/05 at Texas Tech 11/12 at Texas (2) 11/19 Texas A&M

W L L L W L W L L L L

24-9 19-30 13-16 0-35 24-16 9-27 38-14 27-31 14-16 21-38 14-34

17,423 34,321 54,868 20,278 37,218 23,811 21,103 22,104 22,468 51,892

7-27 19-33 14-21 13-16 17-7 24-17 3-16 10-21 3-3 10-35 7-30

28,732 15,208 20,212 25,317 12,000 20,000 36,250 25,412 40,091 61,597 27,229

7-10 14-17 3-31 7-44 24-28 17-23 6-21 5-37 24-17 26-51 10-13

22,812 29,622 59,200 42,314 15,226 12,367 22,385 25,502 18,752 20,569 48,250

T L L L W L L L T L L

16-16 3-20 17-21 21-38 34-3 7-20 21-56 21-28 10-10 14-20 10-20

27,244 25,400 34,405 28,310 10,000 21,176 35,876 16,810 37,507 61,156 28,640

48-31 35-22 21-31 17-34 31-37 20-24 17-28 30-14 14-36 16-45 10-74

34,187 26,139 35,481 41,808 21,092 16,021 24,101 10,125 25,729 27,517 59,126

L L W L W W W W L L L

20-38 10-21 33-12 10-20 30-16 19-10 24-0 35-7 35-36 21-24 24-42

30,000 41,000 22,615 39,017 11,700 23,291 36,138 25,257 28,516 63,642 40,164

L W W L W L W L L L L

10-38 49-12 31-17 10-53 21-10 18-31 24-14 12-40 10-23 21-30 0-18

72,680 18,706 25,335 41,240 25,102 64,103 25,221 15,582 29,363 29,083 52,969

L L W W L W W L L L L

10-14 7-44 19-17 28-10 19-41 30-16 27-9 9-27 10-55 7-37 17-31

39,449 42,960 15,839 26,023 25,734 12,100 23,593 35,713 19,112 39,255 50,882

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/01 Washington St. L 09/08 at Missouri W 09/22 Oklahoma State W 09/29 at SMU W 10/06 Arkansas (21) (@LR) W 10/13 Rice W 10/27 (24) Baylor L 11/03 at Houston L 11/10 Texas Tech L 11/17 Texas (7) L 11/24 at Texas A&M (19) L

3-21 20-19 31-21 42-21 54-26 38-28 21-27 35-56 28-40 10-38 10-56

25,198 35,284 25,082 20,100 51,512 23,704 28,035 25,727 28,730 39,007 40,378

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/5 at Boston Coll. 09/12 at Air Force 09/19 BYU 10/03 Arkansas 10/10 at Rice 10/17 North Texas St. 10/24 at Baylor 10/31 Houston 11/07 at Texas Tech 11/14 at Texas 11/21 Texas A&M (8)

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/10 at Georgia 09/17 Bowling Green 09/24 Boston College 10/01 at Arkansas 10/08 Rice 10/15 at BYU 10/22 Baylor 10/29 at Houston 11/05 Texas Tech 11/12 Texas 11/19 at Texas A&M (13)

1989 – (4-7; 2-6 swc)

W W L W W W W W W L L

62-18 42-10 17-26 32-31 45-24 34-3 38-28 21-14 27-16 23-44 21-35

12,009 28,412 58,206 42,208 22,612 18,795 23,885 20.102 34,075 47,280 38,209

L

14-31 43,260

1985 – (3-8; 0-8 swc)

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/14 Tulane 09/21 at Kansas State 09/28 SMU 10/05 Arkansas (10) 10/12 at Rice 10/19 North Texas St. 10/26 at Baylor (13) 11/02 Houston 11/09 at Texas Tech 11/16 at Texas 11/23 Texas A&M

W W L L L L L W L L L

1988 – (4-7; 2-5 swc)

1984 – (8-4; 5-3 swc)

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/15 at Utah State 09/22 Kansas State 09/29 at SMU 10/06 at Arkansas 10/13 Rice 10/20 North Texas St. 10/27 Baylor 11/03 (20) at Houston 11/10 (15) Texas Tech 11/17 (12) Texas (10) 11/24 (17) at Texas A&M Bluebonnet Bowl 12/31 West Virginia

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/13 at Tulane 09/20 Kansas State 09/27 at SMU 10/04 at Arkansas (8) 10/11 Rice 10/18 North Texas St. 10/25 Baylor 11/01 at Houston 11/08 Texas Tech 11/15 Texas 11/22 at Texas A&M (11)

1987 – (5-6; 3-4 swc)

1983 – (1-8-2; 1-6-1 swc)

1980 – (1-10; 1-7 swc)

Coach: 09/13 09/20 09/27 10/04 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/01 11/08 11/15 11/22

Coach: 09/05 09/19 09/26 10/03 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/07 11/14 11/21

1982 – (3-8; 2-6 swc)

1979 – (2-8-1; 1-6-1 swc)

1975 – (1-10; 1-6 swc)

Coach: Jim Shofner 09/12 UTA 09/20 Arizona State 09/27 at Nebraska (4) 10/04 at Arkansas 10/10 at SMU 10/18 Texas A&M (6) 10/25 at Alabama 11/01 at Baylor 11/08 Texas Tech 11/15 at Texas (7) 11/22 Rice

L L L L L L L L L L L

1978 – (2-9; 0-8 swc)

1974 – (1-10; 0-7 swc)

Coach: Jim Shofner 09/14 UTA 09/21 at Arizona State 09/28 at Minnesota 10/05 Arkansas (20) 10/12 SMU 10/19 at Texas A&M (8) 10/26 at Alabama 11/02 Baylor 11/09 at Texas Tech 11/16 Texas (7) 11/23 at Rice

1981 – (2-7-2; 1-6-1 swc)

1977 – (2-9; 1-7 swc)

1973 – (3-8; 1-6 swc)

Coach: Billy Tohill 09/22 UTA 09/29 at Ohio State 10/06 at Arkansas 10/13 Idaho 10/20 Texas A&M 10/27 at Tennessee 11/03 at Baylor 11/10 Texas Tech (12) 11/17 at Texas (11) 11/24 Rice 12/01 at SMU

Coach: Jim Shofner 09/11 at SMU 09/18 at Tennessee 09/25 at Nebraska (6) 10/02 at Arkansas 10/09 Rice 10/23 at Miami (Fla.) 10/30 at Houston (14) 11/06 Texas Tech (10) 11/13 Texas 11/20 at Texas A&M (16) 11/27 Baylor

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

W W L L L W L L L L L

30-13 24-22 21-56 0-41 27-34 14-10 0-45 21-26 7-63 0-20 6-53

31,512 15,500 42,414 40,112 10,000 19,914 42,500 19,854 33,536 66,397 38,782

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/09 at Missouri 09/16 Texas A&M 09/23 Southern Miss 09/30 SMU 10/07 Arkansas (7) 10/14 at Rice 10/21 Air Force 10/28 at Baylor 11/04 Houston 11/11 at Texas Tech 11/18 at Texas

1990 – (5-6; 3-5 swc)

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991 – (7-4; 4-4 swc)

Coach: Jim Wacker 09/07 New Mexico 09/14 Ball State 09/21 at Oklahoma St. 09/28 at Texas Tech 10/05 Arkansas 10/19 at Rice 10/26 at Baylor (22) 11/02 SMU 11/07 Texas A&M 11/16 at Texas 11/23 Houston

1996 – (4-7; 3-5 wac)

W W W W L W L W L L W

60-7 22-16 24-21 30-16 21-22 38-28 9-26 18-10 7-44 0-32 49-45

22,005 25,383 37,206 40,276 34,246 22,400 39,102 23,941 27,010 57,656 20,091

1992 – (2-8-1; 1-6 swc)

Coach: Pat Sullivan 09/05 at New Mexico 09/12 Western Michigan 09/26 at SMU 10/03 Oklahoma State 10/10 Baylor 10/17 at Miami (1) 10/24 Rice 10/31 at Houston 11/07 Texas (20) 11/14 Texas Tech 11/21 at Texas A&M (4)

L T L W L L L L W L L

7-24 17-17 9-21 13-11 20-41 10-45 12-29 46-49 23-14 28-31 10-37

24,742 26,272 18,100 27,222 25,911 42,915 21,716 15,126 27,238 26,386 55,086

L W L L L W W W L L L

Coach: Pat Sullivan 09/03 at North Carolina L 09/10 at New Mexico W 09/17 Kansas (23) W 09/27 Texas (15) L 10/01 Baylor L 10/15 at Tulane W 10/22 at Houston W 10/29 Rice W 11/12 at SMU W 11/19 at Texas A&M (6) L 11/25 Texas Tech W Independence Bowl 12/28 Virginia L

3-35 35-34 15-21 22-27 19-34 14-7 38-13 38-10 21-49 3-24 3-59

40,418 18,184 26,799 40,007 17,000 22,487 33,417 19,606 31,922 57,317 33,537

17-27 44-29 31-21 18-34 18-44 30-28 31-10 27-25 35-14 17-34 24-17

44,000 27,957 37,313 44,821 32,405 23,561 14,933 27,911 20,463 58,113 32,219

10-20 27,242

1995 – (6-5; 3-4 swc)

188

W L L L W L L W W L L

20-7 17-52 7-27 7-35 18-0 7-21 21-45 42-34 31-24 17-30 24-27

65,569 37,512 29,103 14,341 25,384 28,786 28,961 27,047 17,203 20,469 21,141

Coach: Pat Sullivan 09/06 at Kansas 09/13 Utah 09/20 at Vanderbilt 10/04 North Carolina 10/11 at UNLV 10/18 Tulsa 10/25 at BYU 11/01 New Mexico 11/08 at Rice 11/15 at UTEP 11/20 SMU

L L L L L L L L L L W

10-17 18-32 16-40 10-31 19-21 22-33 10-31 10-40 19-38 17-24 21-18

35,000 25,382 34,824 29,412 18,777 23,813 63,004 20,017 28,763 16,247 19,094

W L W W W L L L L W W

31-21 9-10 35-34 19-16 21-10 6-10 21-42 27-34 12-14 17-7 41-18

33,008 38,256 26,418 26,210 28,013 26,360 31,640 23,080 21,111 12,628 15,441

W

28-19 46,612

1998 – (7-5; 4-4 wac)

1994 – (7-5; 4-3 SWC Co-ChampIONS)

Coach: Pat Sullivan 09/09 Iowa State 09/14 at Kansas 09/23 at Vanderbilt 10/07 Houston 01/14 at Rice 10/21 Tulane 10/28 at Baylor 11/04 SMU 11/11 at Texas Tech 11/18 at Texas (10) 11/25 Texas A&M (18)

2001 – (6-6; 4-3 Conference USA)

1997 – (1-10; 1-7 wac)

1993 – (4-7; 2-5 swc)

Coach: Pat Sullivan 09/04 Oklahoma 09/11 New Mexico 09/25 SMU 10/02 at Oklahoma St. 10/09 at Rice 10/16 Tulane 10/23 at Baylor 10/30 Houston 11/06 at Texas Tech 11/13 at Texas 11/20 Texas A&M (3)

Coach: Pat Sullivan 09/07 at Oklahoma 09/14 Kansas (24) 09/28 at New Mexico 10/05 at Tulane 10/12 UTEP 10/19 at Utah (24) 10/26 BYU 11/02 UNLV 11/09 at Tulsa 11/16 Rice 11/21 at SMU

W L W W W W L W L L L

27-10 20-38 16-3 31-21 33-28 16-11 24-27 19-16 6-27 19-27 6-38

35,185 34,000 30,562 34,628 22,300 25,421 38,126 28,312 37,529 63,342 44,282

W W W.G O F R O G S .C O M

Coach: Dennis Franchione 09/05 at Iowa State 09/12 Oklahoma 09/26 Air Force (23) 10/03 Vanderbilt (2OT) 10/10 Fresno State 10/17 at SMU 10/24 at Colorado State 10/31 Wyoming 11/07 Rice 11/14 at Tulsa 11/21 at UNLV Sun Bowl 12/31 USC

1999 – (8-4; 5-2 WAC Co-Champions)

Coach: Dennis Franchione 09/05 Arizona (15) L 31-35 09/11 at Northwestern L 7-17 09/25 at Arkansas St. W 24-21 10/02 at Fresno St. (OT) L  19-26 10/09 San Jose State W 42-0 10/16 Tulsa W 56-17 10/23 at Rice L 21-42 10/30 at Hawai’i W 34-14 11/13 North Texas W 27-3 11/20 UTEP W 52-24 11/26 SMU W 21-0 Mobile Alabama Bowl 12/22 East Carolina (20) W 28-14

34,612 26,494 14,781 37,112 21,093 27,957 28,535 36,026 27,133 21,218 25,725 34,200

2000 – (10-2; 7-1 WAC Co-Champions) Coach: Dennis Franchione 09/09 at Nevada W 41-10 09/16 Northwestern W 41-14 09/23 Arkansas State W 52-3 09/30 at Navy W 24-0 10/07 Hawai’i W 41-21 10/21 at Tulsa W 17-3 10/28 Rice W 37-0 11/04 at San Jose St. L 24-27 11/11 Fresno State W 24-7 11/18 UTEP W 47-14 11/24 at SMU W 62-7 GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl 12/20 Southern Miss L 21-28

19,797 30,796 32,167 28,477 31,896 20,034 30,762 15,681 29,116 41,068 26,551 40,300

Coach: Gary Patterson 08/25 at Nebraska (4) L 7-21 09/01 at North Texas W 19-5 09/08 at SMU W 38-10 09/22 N’western St. (OT) L  24-27 09/29 at Houston W 34-17 10/13 at Tulane L 22-48 10/20 Army W 38-20 10/30 East Carolina L 30-37 11/10 at UAB L 17-38 11/23 Louisville (17) W 37-22 12/07 at Southern Miss W 14-12 galleryfurniture.com Bowl 12/28 Texas A&M L 9-28

77,473 22,837 24,122 30,409 19,708 18,778 38,168 25,134 16,972 22,176 23,114 53,480

2002 – (10-2; 6-2 C-USA Co-Champions) Coach: Gary Patterson 09/02 at Cincinnati (OT) 09/07 at Northwestern 09/14 SMU 09/21 North Texas 10/05 Houston 10/12 at Army 10/19 at Louisville 10/30 Southern Miss 11/09 Tulane 11/23 at East Carolina 11/30 Memphis Liberty Bowl 12/31 Colorado St. (23)

L W W W W W W W W L W

29-36 48-24 17-6 16-10 34-17 46-27 45-31 37-7 17-10 28-31 27-20

25,518 21,422 30,621 33,281 24,088 32,454 34,127 26,612 27,694 23,189 24,583

W

17-3

55,207

2003 – (11-2; 7-1 Conference USA) Coach: Gary Patterson 09/01 (25) at Tulane W 38-35 09/06 (25) Navy W 17-3 09/20 (20) Vanderbilt W 30-14 09/27 (19) at Arizona (OT) W 13-10 10/04 (20) Army W 27-0 10/10 (18) at USF W 13-10 10/18 (16) UAB W 27-24 10/25 (15) at Houston W 62-55 11/05 (13) Louisville W 31-28 11/15 (10) Cincinnati W 43-10 11/20 (10) at So. Miss L 28-40 11/29 (19) at SMU W 20-13 PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl 12/23 (19) Boise St. (18) L 31-34

28,966 35,688 37,192 39,282 39,282 33,368 28,927 21,136 33,681 42,161 30,141 20,112 30,028

2004 – (5-6; 3-5 Conference USA) Coach: Gary Patterson 09/02 Northwestern (2OT) W 09/11 SMU W 09/18 at Texas Tech L 09/25 USF (2OT) L 10/02 at Army W 10/15 at UAB L 10/23 Houston W 10/30 at Cincinnati L 11/10 at Louisville (12) L 11/20 Southern Miss W 11/27 Tulane L

48-45 44-0 35-70 44-45 21-17 25-41 34-27 10-21 28-55 42-17 31-35

26,843 33,458 51,271 27,546 32,707 33,280 36,276 20,453 40,107 27,992 24,362

2005 – (11-1; 8-0 MWC Champions) Coach: Gary Patterson 09/03 at Oklahoma (5) W 09/10 (22) at SMU L 09/15 Utah (OT) W 09/24 at BYU (OT) W 10/01 New Mexico W 10/08 at Wyoming W 10/15 (25) Army W 10/22 (21) at Air Force W 10/29 (20) at S.D. St. W 11/05 (20) Colorado St. W 11/12 (18) UNLV W EV1.net Houston Bowl 12/31 (14) Iowa State W

17-10 10-21 23-20 51-50 49-28 28-14 38-17 48-10 23-20 33-6 51-3

84,332 22,416 25,220 58,320 32,251 27,723 34,478 33,210 21,698 36,284 28,035

27-24 37,286

2006 – (11-2; 6-2 mwc)

Coach: Gary Patterson 09/03 (22) at Baylor W 17-7 09/09 (23) UC Davis W 46-13 09/16 (20) Texas Tech (24) W 12-3 09/28 (17) BYU L  17-31 10/05 at Utah L 7-20 10/21 at Army W 31-17 10/28 Wyoming W 26-3 11/04 at UNLV W 25-10 11/11 at New Mexico W 27-21 11/18 San Diego State W 52-0 11/25 at Colorado State W 45-14 12/02 Air Force W 38-14 Poinsettia Bowl 12/19 (25) No. Illinois W 37-7

42,733 25,272 45,647 32,190 43,790 33,614 31,394 13,916 32,754 26,287 16,146 30,767 29,709

2007 – (8-5; 4-4 MWC) Coach: Gary Patterson 09/01 (22) Baylor 09/08 (19) at Texas (7) 09/13 at Air Force 09/22 SMU 09/29 Colorado State 10/06 at Wyoming 10/13 at Stanford 10/18 Utah 11/03 New Mexico 11/08 at BYU 11/17 UNLV 11/24 at San Diego St. Texas Bowl 12/28 Houston

W L L W W L W L W L W W

27-0 13-34 17-20 21-7 24-12 21-24 38-36 20-27 37-0 22-27 34-10 45-33

35,606 84,621 31,556 31,511 32,870 23,077 37,777 25,391 28,369 64,241 26,425 18,350

W

20-13 62,097

2008 – (11-2; 7-1 MWC)

Coach: Gary Patterson 08/30 at New Mexico W 09/06 Stephen F. Austin W 09/13 Stanford W 09/20 at SMU W 09/27 (23) at Oklahoma (2) L 10/04 San Diego State W 10/11 at Colorado State W 10/16 BYU (8) W 10/25 (15) Wyoming W 11/01 (12) at UNLV W 11/06 (11) at Utah (9) L 11/22 (15) Air Force W Poinsettia Bowl 12/23 (11) Boise State (9) W

26-3 67-7 31-14 48-7 10-35 41-7 13-7 32-7 54-7 44-14 10-13 44-10

31,583 27,074 25,531 30,923 85,158 30,620 27,130 36,180 30,103 16,121 45,666 32,823

17-16 34,628


TCU BOWL HISTORY 1936 SUGAR BOWL

1937 COTTON BOWL

TCU 3, LSU 2 ∙­­­ Jan. 1, 1936

1939 SUGAR BOWL

TCU 16, Marquette 6 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1937

New orleans, La. — Bernie Moore, coach of the LSU foot­ball team, was skep­ti­cal that TCU’s 3 to 2 vic­to­ry in the Sug­ar Bowl game was a con­clu­sive test of the squads. “My con­clu­sion of the game was that the slippery field elim­i­nat­ed at least 30 percent of the offensive power of both teams,” he said. Dutch Meyer, coach of TCU, said he thought the contest before a capacity crowd of 35,000 was the “finest I’ve ever seen played in the rain.” Yesterday’s “baseball score” game was a thriller which kept the spectators in their seats despite a slow rain which fell through­out the second half ... LSU scored in the sec­ond quarter after passes and runs brought the ball to the TCU two-inch line where it changed hands on downs. When (Sammy) Baugh at­tempt­ed to pass from behind the goal line he stepped over the end zone, automatically giving LSU a safety for a two-point lead. The Texans came back in the same period to recover a Louisiana fumble on the Lou­ i­si­ana 40 and pushed down to the LSU 16. Taldon Manton then kicked a field goal from the Tiger 26. From that point on the game was a battle of mighty defensives.. TCU played most of the game minus the services of three of her brightest stars — Left Halfback George Kline, AllAmerican Cen­ter Darrell Lester and Halfback Rex Clark ... Clark played only one down and that was by the cour­te­sy of Coach Meyer who wanted the injured senior star to be able to say he played in the 1936 Sugar Bowl game ... Baugh made the longest run of the day — a 44-yard gallop.

TCU 15, Carnegie Tech 7 ∙­­­ Jan. 2, 1939

DALLAS — With a slingback attack that whipped over a field goal and two touch­downs in the first 25 min­utes of play and with a stur­dy de­fense that piled up the Marquette Golden Av­al­anche, TCU cap­tured a spectacular football game here this New Year’s Day. The score in the Cotton Bowl classic was 16-6. So sudden, sharp and dazzling was the sweep of action of the battle that 15,000 spec­ta­tors, who braved threat­en­ing weather, forgot the gray gloom of the afternoon. Led by Sammy Baugh, who out-passed and outplayed “Buzz” Buivid to cinch his claim to the title of the greatest passer of the season, the Texans uncorked an offense that flared into long gains both on the ground and in the air. Although it was Baugh who paced the attack and won the attention of the crowd, it was L.D. Meyer who did the real damage.. He scored all of TCU’s 16 points. He kicked a 33-yard field goal for the first three points in the opening minutes. Before the first quarter had ended, Meyer col­lab­o­rat­ed with Sambo on a 55-yard pass-and-run gain for the first Frog TD, and in the second quarter he took an 18-yard heave from Vic Mont­gom­ery for the last score. Meyer even converted after the first touchdown. A 60-yard punt return by Art Guepe in the first quarter accounted for all of Marquette’s points. – Fort Worth Star-Telegram

– Fort Worth Star-Telegram

TCU 3, LSU 2 TCU LSU

Attendance — 35,000

0 0

Team Statistics

First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-yards

3 2

0 0

TCU 6 49-121 54 31 8-3-1 14-46.0 2-1 4-20

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LSU 9 45-120 59 42 21-3-3 13-44.7 3-2 3-33

Individual Statistics

Rushing TCU — Lawrence 6-54, Baugh 22-45, Manton 14-15, Kline 1-6, Harrell 3-1, Roberts 1-1, McCall 1-0, Montgomery 1-minus 1. LSU — Crass 15-34, Reed 6-29, Fatheree 6-117, Mickal 8-16, Seago 3-13, Bowman 6-10, Kohm 1-1. Passing TCU — Baugh 2-7-1, 29 yards, Lawrence 1-1-0, 25 yards. LSU — Mickal 2-14-3, 36 yards, Crass 1-7-0, 23 yards. Receiving TCU — Walls 1-25, Meyer 1-18, Lawrence 1-11. LSU — Barrett 3-59.

3 2

TCU punted one time. That fact alone indicates ac­cu­rate­ly how fearfully effective was the ground-gain­ing ma­neu­ vers of the big white-shirted representatives ... The one punt figured in making TCU’s first touchdown ... When the Skibos punted out, the TCU regulars took over and went 48 yards on 11 plays to take a 6-0 lead ... Carnegie took the next kickoff and went to town with big, fast and tough George Muha doing most of the dirty work ... Earl Clark in­ter­cept­ed a pass and ran 25 yards to the Carnegie 35 yard-line, but Durward Horner, a TCU end, had been offsides so the play was called back ... It was on fourth down of this series of plays that Petey Moroz cut loose with his long fine pass for the Carnegie touchdown ... The third quar­ter (Davey) O’Brien passed to Horner down the middle ... The big end caught the ball between two Skibos, but evaded both of them and ran 24 yards across the goal line. – Fort Worth Star-Telegram

TCU 16, MARQUETTE 6 0 0

NEW ORLEANS, La. — It was with pow­er, passes and kick­ing that the Chris­tians made the two touch­downs and one field goal that en­ abled them to win, 15-7. Carnegie’s most consis­ tent method of at­tack was a bristling, quickstart­ing and hard-hitting offense, but it was with a brilliant 38-yard pass in the last seconds of the first half that the Skibos scored ... The second half started with the Pittsburghers lead­ing, 7-6. The first time they got possession of the hoghide, the Frogs proved irresistible. Moving with giant strides, they went 80 yards and a touchdown on five plays.

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL

TCU Marquette

Attendance — 15,000

10 6

Team Statistics

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

6 0

0 0

TCU 16 34-169 149 81 20-9-3 4-32.5 1-0 5-35

0 0

TCU 15, CARNEGIE TECH 7 — —

16 6

TCU Carnegie Tech

MU 10 32-55 134 109 21-11-3 6-39.5 1-0 3-25

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost

Individual Statistics

Rushing TCU — McClure 5-48, Roberts 11-46, Baugh 2-28, Mont­gom­ery 4-26, McCall 5-17, Clifford 1-4, Hall 1-3, Wilkinson 2-2, Blackmon 2-minus 1, O’Brien 1-minus 4. Marquette: Guepe (Art) 12-31, Cuff 7-30, Guepe (Al) 1-2, Buivid 12-(-8). Passing TCU — Baugh 5-13-2, 100 yards, O’Brien 3-6-1, 33 yards, Montgomery 1-1-0, 16 yards. Marquette — Buivid 9-18-3, 111 yards, Guepe (Art) 2-3-0, 23 yards. Receiving TCU — Meyer 3-79, McCall 2-32, Roach 2-26, McClure 1-7, Montgomery 1-5. Marquette — Cuff 3-30, Anderson 3-14, Buivid 2-23, Guepe (Art) 1-41, Guepe (Al) 1-19, Cooper 1-7.

0 0

Attendance — 50,000

Team Statistics

6 7

6 0

TCU 17 39-141 224 36 28-17-0 1-40.0 2-2

3 0

— —

15 7

CT 8 41-109 59 0 88-33-2 6-42.0 2-1

Individual Statistics

Rushing TCU — Hall 6-47, Sparks 14-37, Wilkinson 5-22, Ware 3-19, O’Brien 5-8, Odle 1-7, Clifford 2-5, McClanahan 1-1, Clark 2-minus 3. CT — Muha 16-69, Condit 10-31, Ingalls 11-7, Laposki 5-7, Zawaacki 22-4, Jordano 4-4, Lee 1-2, Betz 1-minus 5. Passing TCU — O’Brien 17-27-0, 224 yards, Odle 0-1-0. CT — Moroz 1-2-0, 38 yards, Condit 2-5-1, 21 yards, Jordano 0-1-1. Receiving TCU — Clark 7-81, Hall 5-75, Looney 2-21, Horner 1-44, Ware 1-3, Wilkinson 1-0. CT — Muha 1-38, Fisher 1-2

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2009 HORNED FROG FOOTBALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

TCU’S BOWL HISTORY 1942 ORANGE BOWL

1945 COTTON BOWL

Georgia 40, TCU 26 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1942

Oklahoma A&M 34, TCU 0 ∙­­­ Jan. 1, 1945

MIAMI, Fla. — In the wildest, weird­est foot­ ball battle ever waged in this cor­ner of the coun­ try, the Geor­gia Bull­dogs outscored the cou­ra­ geous TCU Horned Frogs 40-26 ... Coach Wally Butts’ fast team, wellequipped on ground and in the air, almost chased the Frogs off the field for 35 minutes... The score mounted to 40-7 with only a few minutes played in the second half. But the Frogs are not quitters ... Everything was against them. They couldn’t hold the enemy, they couldn’t move them­selves and they were battered and weary from their empty-handed efforts. But there was too much tradition behind those purple shirts. Sud­den­ly, almost as if a fresh wind had blown into the stadium, the tide turned. They knocked over three touch­downs in rapid order. They turned back every Georgia thrust. The great come­back in the last 25 minutes saved the Frogs from humiliation. Bruce Alford was the Frog star ... He blocked a punt, he made two great catches for touch­downs... After the rest period, Texas sup­port­ers hoped for a rally. But Georgia stepped out and banged 80 yards for still another touchdown that promised to make it a rout ... From that moment to the final gun it was the Bulldogs who held on and the Frogs who ripped. – Fort Worth Star-Tele­gram

DALLAS — With speed, spirit and spiraling pass­ es, the Cow­boys of Okla­ho­ma A&M com­ plete­ly out-classed the TCU Horned Frogs in the ninth annual Cot­ton Bowl football game here this crys­tal clear New Year’s af­ter­noon to win, 34-0. Except for the second quarter when they staved off repeated threats, the Frogs were never able to cope with the doublepronged attack ... The first touch­down, scored in the fifth minute, climaxed a 59-yard advance. The second whirled 61 yards, the third 62 yards, the fourth 40 yards and the fifth 66 yards . The Frogs moved on the ground sev­er­al times when in their own territory, but after cross­ing the 50-yard line they were always thwarted by the bulling tactics of the burly Cowboy line ... Only once did the Frogs get inside the A&M 35-yard line and that was on a pass in­ter­cep­tion. Bob Ruff was the only TCU back who was able to gain with any consistency, although Jesse Mason did some good work for a short time. Coach Dutch Meyer tried all kinds of defenses against the Aggies, including a seven-man line which moved fullback Cox into the line. None of them worked for more than a few minutes at a time. The Aggies were too good in too many different ways.

1948 DELTA BOWL

Mississippi 13, TCU 9 ­­­∙ Jan. 2, 1948 MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Trail­ ing a hard-trying TCU team by nine points, the great Charley Conerly sud­den­ly soared to the dra­mat­ic heights of foot­ ball throw­ing expected of him. In just five min­utes his rifle arm ac­count­ed for two touch­downs as the Con­fed­er­ates bested the Chris­tians, 13-9, in the first Delta Bowl game. In the closing minutes of the third period, Conerly launched a passing flurry that carried exactly 80 yards in eight plays ... The Frogs, still going strong, marched right back to the Rebel 37 where an intercepted pass sat Conerly up in business again. This time he threw only two passes... and they ate up just 63 yards to win the ball game. In more ways than one, it was a tough game for the Frogs to lose... But they fumbled badly, losing the ball twice at crucial moments. There were nine minutes yet to play and the Frogs gave the enemy fans a heart attack by holding the leather. Just six of them from their one-yard line, where Otis Kelvey was dropped on the kickoff, the Chris­tians powered right up field for 59 yards... But the last threat died when Knox’s pass was batted up and intercepted by the Ole Miss linebacker on the Reb 38. – Fort Worth Star-Tele­gram

– Fort Worth Star-Tele­gram

GEORGIA 40, TCU 26 Georgia TCU

Attendance — 39,000

19 7

Team Statistics

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties

14 0