Issuu on Google+


BOWL GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS

Info Pages Bowl Game Notes 1-22 Depth Chart/Two-Deep/Roster 23-26 TCU Bowl Record Book 27 Player Biographies 28-43 Head Coach Gary Patterson 44-47 Coaching and Support Staff 48-61 2010 Statistics 62-71 2010 Recaps 72-75 TCU Bowl Game Recaps 76-84

TCU (12-0, 8-0 MOUNTAIN WEST)

Day Opponent Time/Result Sept. 4 vs. No. 23 Oregon State # W, 30-21 Sept. 11 Tennessee Tech W, 62-7 Sept. 18 Baylor W, 45-10 Sept. 24 at SMU W, 41-24  Oct. 2 at Colorado State* W, 27-0 Oct. 9 Wyoming* W, 45-0 Oct. 16 BYU* W, 31-3 Oct. 23 Air Force* W, 38-7 Oct. 30 at UNLV* W, 48-6 Nov. 6 at No. 5 Utah* W, 47-7 Nov. 13 San Diego State* W, 40-35 Nov. 27 at New Mexico* W, 66-17 Jan. 1 vs. No. 5 Wisconsin^ 2 p.m. PT #at Cowboys Stadium; *MWC game; ^Rose Bowl

WISCONSIN (11-1, 7-1 BIG TEN) Day Opponent Sept. 4 at UNLV Sept. 11 San Jose State Sept. 18 Arizona State Sept. 25 Austin Peay Oct. 2 at No. 24 Michigan State* Oct. 9 Minnesota* Oct. 16 No. 1 Ohio State* Oct. 23 at No. 13 Iowa* Nov. 6 at Purdue* Nov. 13 Indiana* Nov. 20 at Michigan* Nov. 27 Northwestern* Jan. 4 vs. No. 3 TCU^ *Big Ten game; ^Rose Bowl

Time/Result W, 41-21 W, 27-14 W, 20-19 W, 70-3 L, 24-34 W, 41-23 W, 31-18 W, 31-30 W, 34-13 W, 83-20 W, 48-28 W, 70-23 2 p.m. PT

THE COACHES

TCU – Gary Patterson (Kansas St. ‘83) Record at TCU: 97-28 (10th year) Overall Record: 97-28 (10th year) WISCONSIN – Bret Bielema (Iowa ‘92) Record at Wisconsin: 49-15 (5th year) Overall Record: 49-15 (5th year)

TV/RADIO

TV - ESPN Talent - Brent Musburger (PBP), Kirk Herbstreit (color), Erin Andrews (sideline) Radio - TCU Sports Network - WBAP 820 AM and 96.7 FM, KTCU-FM 88.7, GoFrogs.com (Yahoo) Talent - Brian Estridge (PBP), John Denton (color), Jeff Williams (sideline) Spanish Radio - AM 1270 Univision Talent - Miguel Cruz (PBP), Elvis Gallegos (color) Radio - ESPN National Radio Talent - Bill Rosinski (PBP), David Norrie (color), Joe Schad (sideline)

TCU MEDIA RELATIONS

Mark Cohen, TCU Director of Media Relations (817) 257-5394 office - (817) 343-2017 cell m.cohen@tcu.edu

NO. 3 TCU (12-0) VS. NO. 5 WISCONSIN (11-1)

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

JAN. 1 • PASADENA, CALIF. • 2 P.M. (PACIFIC) ROSE BOWL (88,500) • ESPN

ABOUT THE GAME • No. 3 TCU will face No. 5 Wisconsin in the 97th Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO. • The Horned Frogs, having posted their second consecutive undefeated regular season, will be making their first appearance in the Rose Bowl. It’s the second straight year TCU has played in a BCS game. • TCU is the first school from a non-automatic BCS qualifying conference to play in a BCS game in back-to-back seasons. • The Frogs are the first non-AQ team to play in the Rose Bowl. • TCU is tied for the nation’s second-longest current winning streak at 12 in a row and is one of three undefeated teams this season. • It’s the first time TCU has played in a bowl game with the two teams having a combined ranking this high since the 1938 Sugar Bowl, when the top-ranked Frogs defeated No. 5 Carnegie Tech, 15-7, to win the national championship. TCU is 5-5-1 when playing a bowl game with both teams ranked. • The Frogs and Badgers will be meeting for just the second time in their history. The first game between the teams was a 14-14 tie at Wisconsin during the 1970 campaign. • TCU is facing a Big Ten opponent for the first time since a 48-45 double-overtime victory over Northwestern in the 2004 season opener. Combined with a 48-24 win at Northwestern in 2002, the Frogs are 2-0 versus Big Ten opponents under head coach Gary Patterson. • TCU is 15-3 in its last 18 games versus teams from conferences with automatic BCS bids, including a 6-2 mark versus the Big 12 and a 4-0 record against the Pac-10. • The Rose Bowl will mark the 26th bowl appearance in TCU’s history. The Frogs are 11-13-1 in bowl games. • TCU is 7-4 in bowl games with head coach Gary Patterson on its coaching staff and 5-4 with him as head coach. Prior to Patterson’s arrival on campus in 1998, the Frogs had just four bowl wins in their history. • The Frogs will be making their 12th bowl appearance in the last 13 seasons. TCU is one of just 14 schools to play in at least 12 bowl games over the last 13 years. • With its trip to the Rose Bowl, TCU will have played in all four current bowl games (Rose, Fiesta, Orange, Sugar) that are part of the BCS. NOTING THE HORNED FROGS • TCU won its second straight outright Mountain West Conference championship and third in six years. The Frogs have at least a share in 16 conference titles in their history. • TCU is 12-0 for its second straight undefeated regular season. It’s just the third unbeaten and untied regular season in TCU history. The Horned Frogs’ 1938 national championship squad was 10-0 in the regular season before a 15-7 win over Carnegie Tech in the Sugar Bowl. • TCU has posted the third 12-win campaign in its history, joining last year’s team and its 1935 national champions who were 12-1 after a 3-2 Sugar Bowl win over LSU. • TCU’s seniors have 43 victories in the last four years, making them the winningest class in school history. It’s the third consecutive season TCU will see its seniors graduate with a new win record for a class. • TCU has reached 10 wins for the seventh time in the last nine years, including six seasons with at least 11 victories and the last two years with 12 wins. • Over the last six seasons, TCU is 32-1 in day games and 58-4 in Saturday contests. THE WIN COLUMN • The Frogs have a 25-game regular-season winning streak. • TCU has won 26 of its last 27 overall games and is 38-3 in its last 41 contests. • TCU has won its last 17 Mountain West Conference games and 25 of its last 26. • Since the start of the 2008 season, TCU is 35-3. The Frogs’ 35 wins trail only Boise State (37-2). • Sixteen of TCU’s last 19 victories have been by at least 27 points. Seventeen of the 19 wins are by 17 points or more.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

1


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

ROAD WARRIORS • TCU’s MWC record 11-game road winning streak is currently the longest in the nation. The Frogs have also won 13 of their last 14 road contests. • TCU’s 38-14 mark (.731) in road and neutral-site games since 2003 is fourth nationally.

• TCU’s total enrollment of 9,142 is 60 percent female.

• TCU has just 3,695 male students. With approximately 120 players on the football roster, 3.2 percent of all males at TCU are on the sideline in uniform during home games. If Ohio State had the same ratio of male students on the football team, the Buckeye roster would have over 1,000 players.

• The estimated annual cost, including housing, books and fees, to attend TCU is $41,100.

• TCU’s Neeley School of Business is ranked 32nd nationally by BusinessWeek for U.S. undergraduate business programs.

• TCU’s endowment is among the top 60 colleges in the United States.

• TCU has opened four new residence halls since Summer 2007. The Campus Commons project had an expense of $100 million.

• Thirty percent of TCU’s entering freshmen were in the top 10 of their high school graduating class.

• TCU’s campus contains seven different schools and colleges and is 268 acres.

• TCU students represent 54 countries.

• ESPN previously named the Horned Frog the nation’s No. 1 mascot. SuperFrog was one of 12 finalists in the 2009 Capital One All-America Mascot Challenge.

• The Horned Frog has been TCU’s mascot longer than TCU has been the university’s name. Four students helped make the decision in 1897, when AddRan Christian University (renamed TCU in 1902) was located in Waco.

• Famous TCU alumni include Betty Buckley (actress), Gordon England (Secretary of the U.S. Navy), Dan Jenkins (author/sportswriter), Eddie Bernice Johnson (congresswoman), Bob Lilly (Pro Football Hall of Fame member), Rod Roddy (Price is Right announcer), Bob Schieffer (CBS newsman and co-host of Face the Nation), LaDainian Tomlinson (NFL standout) and Tara Watson (Miss Texas 2000).

SCOREBOARD MATCHING • Both TCU and Wisconsin have scored 520 points this season.

• The following companies are based in Fort Worth: Alcon Laboratories, AmeriCredit, American Airlines, Bell Helicopter-Textron, Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, Cash America, Lockheed Martin, Pier 1 Imports, Radio Shack and Travelocity.com.

LEADING THE WAY • TCU leads all FBS schools in average finish in the Associated Press poll since the end of the 2008 season.

• An article in Men’s Health ranked Fort Worth second in the nation behind only Honolulu in prettiest females per capita in the United States.

• Men’s Fitness ranked TCU eighth in its list of the fittest college campuses.

• TCU’s campus is five miles from downtown Fort Worth.

• TCU’s mission statement is “To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.”

• Fort Worth is the 19th-largest city in the United States. Fort Worth was also named in the top 10 of America’s Most Liveable Communities.

• The Fort Worth/Dallas television market is ranked fifth in the United States.

VERSUS THE BIG TEN • Outside of four games with Northwestern from 1999-04, TCU has not faced a Big Ten opponent since a 9-7 loss at Minnesota in 1974. • Included below is TCU’s all-time record versus each current member of the Big Ten:

Team Record Last Meeting Illinois 0-0 N/A Indiana 4-0 1972 Iowa 1-2 1968 Michigan 0-0 N/A Michigan State 0-1 1953 Minnesota 0-1 1974 Northwestern 3-1 2004 Ohio State 1-4-1 1973 Penn State* 1-3 1978 Purdue 0-2 1970 Wisconsin 0-0-1 1970 Totals 10-14-2 2004 *All games played before Penn State joined the Big Ten

FAMILIAR STADIUM • TCU tailback Aundre Dean is the lone Frog who has already played at the Rose Bowl. • Dean played his true freshman season at UCLA, whose home field is the Rose Bowl, before transferring to TCU. • A Parade All-American running back at Katy (Texas) High School, where he was a teammate of TCU quarterback Andy Dalton, Dean is fifth on the Frogs with 223 yards rushing on a 7.0 per carry mark. WISCONSIN TIES • Former TCU wide receiver Derek Moore, a three-year letterman (2005-07), is believed to be the only Wisconsin native (Cedarburg) to ever play at TCU. • Moore’s signature moment as a Frog was a 16-yard touchdown reception for TCU’s first points of the game in a 17-10 win at No. 5 Oklahoma in 2005. REMEMBER ME • TCU co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Justin Fuente is the only Frog who has played against Wisconsin. • After playing his first two seasons at Oklahoma, Fuente transferred to Murray State. He was the Racers’ starting quarterback in a 1999 contest at Wisconsin.

2

DID YOU KNOW

Team 1. TCU 2. Ohio State 3. Alabama 4. Oregon 5. Boise State 6. Florida 7. Texas 8. Virginia Tech 9. Oklahoma 10. Utah

2010 2009 2008 Average 3 6 7 5.3 6 5 9 6.7 15 1 6 7.3 2 11 10 7.7 10 4 11 8.3 NR 3 1 10.0 NR 2 4 10.7 12 10 15 12.3 9 NR 5 13.3 20 18 2 13.3

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


FROG HONOR ROLL

TCU has five first-team All-Americans (Tank Carder, Wayne Daniels, Tejay Johnson, Jeremy Kerley and Jake Kirkpatrick) and a league-best 17 AllMountain West Conference selections. TCU *Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week, vs. Utah Gary Patterson, Head Coach *Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award Finalist *Joseph V. Paterno Award Semifinalist

Tejay Johnson, S *Jim Thorpe Award Finalist *First-Team All-American, Walter Camp Football Foundation *First-Team All-American, Associated Press *First-Team All-American, SI.com *First-Team All-American, CBSSports.com *First-Team All-American, Rivals.com *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference Colin Jones, S *Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference

Dick Bumpas, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach *Frank Broyles Award Finalist *Rivals.com National Coordinator of the Week, vs. Oregon State Josh Boyce, WR *Second-Team Freshman All-American, Rivals.com *Honorable-Mention Freshman All-American, CollegeFootballNews.com Tanner Brock, LB *Honorable-Mention All-American, SI.com *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference *MWC Defensive Player of the Week, vs. Utah Marcus Cannon, OT *Third-Team All-American, Rivals.com *Honorable-Mention All-American, SI.com *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference *Ranked fifth among offensive tackles for the 2011 NFL Draft, ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. Tank Carder, LB *First-Team All-American, American Football Coaches Association *Second-Team All-American, Associated Press *Second-Team All-American, CBSSports.com *Honorable-Mention All-American, SI.com *Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference Andy Dalton, QB *Manning Award Finalist *Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist *Maxwell Award Semifinalist *Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist *One of 15 “Players to Watch” for the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award *Honorable-Mention All-American, SI.com *Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference (unanimous selection) *Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Utah *Rivals.com National Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Utah *ESPN.com Helmet Sticker, vs. Baylor *Manning Award Star of the Week, vs. Baylor *Manning Award Star of the Week, vs. Wyoming *Manning Award Star of the Week, vs. Utah *MWC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Baylor *MWC Offensive Player of the Week vs. BYU *MWC Offensive Player of the Week vs. Utah

Jeremy Kerley, PR/KR/WR *Paul Hornung Award Finalist *First-Team All-American, Rivals.com (kick returner) *Honorable-Mention All-American, SI.com (return specialist) *Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference (return specialist) *Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference (wide receiver) *Honoree, Paul Hornung Award’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week, vs. Oregon State *Honoree, Paul Hornung Award’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week, vs. Baylor *Honoree, Paul Hornung Award’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week, vs. SMU *MWC Special Teams Player of the Week, vs. SMU *MWC Special Teams Player of the Week, vs. BYU *Rivals.com MWC Player of the Week, vs. San Diego State

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Jake Kirkpatrick, C *Rimington Trophy Winner *Rotary Lombardi Award Finalist *First-Team All-American, Walter Camp Football Foundation *First-Team All-American, Sporting News *Second-Team All-American, Associated Press *Second-Team All-American, SI.com *Second-Team All-American, CBSSports.com *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference Stansly Maponga, DE *Second-Team Freshman All-American, CollegeFootballNews.com *Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference Jason Teague, CB *Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference Ed Wesley, TB *Doak Walker Award Semifinalist *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference *MWC Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Air Force *Rivals.com MWC Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Air Force D.J. Yendrey, DT *Honorable-Mention All-Mountain West Conference Jimmy Young, WR *Honorable-Mention All-Mountain West Conference

Wayne Daniels, DE *First-Team All-American, Football Writers Association of America *Honorable-Mention All-American, SI.com *First-Team All-Mountain West Conference (unanimous selection) Evan Frosch, TE *Honorable-Mention All-Mountain West Conference Cory Grant, DT *Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference Alex Ibiloye, S *MWC Defensive Player of the Week, vs. Tennessee Tech Bart Johnson, WR *Second-Team ESPN Academic All-American

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

3


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

WORTH NOTING

SELECT COMPANY • TCU is one of just four schools to rank in the top 25 of the Associated Press poll and APR: Team AP Rank APR Rank TCU 3 T21 Wisconsin 4 T21 Ohio State 6 T9 Boise State 10 T12 ACADEMIC SUCCESS • TCU has been recognized each of the last three seasons by the American Football Coaches Association for its graduation rate. THE GRADUATES • TCU will take the field at the Rose Bowl with 17 players having already earned their degree:

May 2010 Graduates Curtis Clay, WR Cory Grant, DT Alex Ibiloye, S Kevin Sharples, PK Jimmy Young, WR

December 2010 Graduates Marcus Cannon, OT Andy Dalton, QB Jercell Fort, TB Evan Frosch, TE Bart Johnson, WR Colin Jones, S Jake Kirkpatrick, C Tyler Luttrell, S Billy Pizor, WR Zach Roth, OT Spencer Thompson, OG Josh Vernon, OG

• All 13 seniors on last year’s TCU football team graduated. SENIOR WATCH • TCU has 26 seniors, third in the nation behind Hawaii and Louisville who both have 27. • Last season, the Frogs had just 13 seniors to tie for ninth fewest in the country. AMONG THE BEST • Since 2001, the start of Gary Patterson’s first full season as TCU’s head coach, the Frogs rank sixth in winning percentage:

4

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

Record Pct. 112-16 .875 105-22 .827 106-23 .822 107-26 .805 90-24 .789 97-27 .782 101-29 .777 97-32 .752 98-33 .748 92-31 .748

VERSUS THE AQ LEAGUES • Dating back to 2002, the Frogs are 15-3 in their last 18 games against teams from conferences with automatic BCS bids. • Included in the above total is a 6-2 record versus the Big 12 and a 4-0 mark against the Pac-10. • Since Gary Patterson arrived at TCU as defensive coordinator in 1998, the Frogs are 19-8 versus teams from AQ leagues. The 19 wins trail only Navy (20) and Utah (20). • Since 2003, TCU’s 14 wins over teams from conferences with automatic BCS bids are behind just Navy (18) and Utah (17). • Beginning with a season-opening victory at No. 5 Oklahoma in 2005 and concluding with a win over Baylor in 2007, TCU put together five straight triumphs over Big 12 teams. At the time, that run of five straight victories was the second-longest current winning streak over Big 12 foes behind only Oklahoma. • From 2005-07, TCU was 5-1 in a 27-game stretch that included six games against Big 12 competition. TCU allowed an average of just 13.0 points to Big 12 opponents in that span. • In a period of 15 games (Sept. 3, 2005 - Sept. 16, 2006), TCU went 4-0 against the Big 12. Only Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma and Colorado won more games against Big 12 opponents during that time. • Included below are TCU’s games, since 1998, versus opponents from conferences with automatic BCS bids: Date Sept. 5, 1998 Sept. 12, 1998 Oct. 3, 1998 Dec. 31, 1998 Sept. 5, 1999 Sept. 11, 1999 Sept. 16, 2000 Aug. 25, 2001 Dec. 28, 2001 Sept. 7, 2002 Sept. 20, 2003 Sept. 27, 2003 Sept. 2, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 3, 2005 Dec. 31, 2005 Sept. 3, 2006 Sept. 16, 2006 Sept. 1, 2007 Sept. 8, 2007 Oct. 13, 2007 Sept. 13, 2008 Sept. 27, 2008 Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 26, 2009 Sept. 4, 2010 Sept. 18, 2010

Opponent Result Iowa State W, 31-21 Oklahoma L, 9-10 Vanderbilt W, 19-16 (2 OT) USC W, 28-19 No. 15 Arizona L, 31-35 Northwestern L, 7-17 Northwestern W, 41-14 No. 4 Nebraska L, 7-21 Texas A&M L, 9-28 Northwestern W, 48-24 Vanderbilt W, 30-14 Arizona W, 13-10 (OT) Northwestern W, 48-45 (2 OT) Texas Tech L, 35-70 No. 5 Oklahoma W, 17-10 Iowa State W, 27-24 Baylor W, 17-7 No. 24 Texas Tech W, 12-3 Baylor W, 27-0 No. 7 Texas L, 13-34 Stanford W, 38-36 Stanford W, 31-14 No. 2 Oklahoma L, 10-35 Virginia W, 30-14 Clemson W, 14-10 No. 24 Oregon St. W, 30-21 Baylor W, 45-10

Site Away Home Home El Paso* Home Away Home Away Houston^ Away Home Away Home Away Away Houston% Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Away Away Arlington$ Home

* - Sun Bowl ^ - galleryfurniture.com Bowl % - Houston Bowl $ - Cowboys Stadium in Arlington

BEATING THE AQ’S • TCU has the longest streak in the nation, in terms of consecutive years (nine), for a school from a non-automatic qualifying conference to beat an opponent from an AQ league: Team 1. TCU 2. Navy 3. BYU Toledo

Consecutive Years 9 8 5 5

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


WORTH NOTING

• Included below are the game-day locations for the TCU assistant coaches:

TCU BY THE NUMBERS

Press Box - co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Justin Fuente, wide receivers coach Rusty Burns, safeties coach Chad Glasgow, linebackers coach Tony Tademy Field - co-offensive coordinator/running backs coach Jarrett Anderson, tight ends coach/special teams coordinator Dan Sharp, assistant head coach/offensive line coach Eddie Williamson, defensive coordinator/ defensive line coach Dick Bumpas, cornerbacks coach Clay Jennings • Eddie Williamson has resumed coaching duties after suffering a heart attack in the first quarter of the Nov. 13 win over San Diego State. PLAYING AHEAD • TCU has trailed just four times this season and just once, for 1:32, in the second half. • After SMU took a 17-14 early third-quarter lead on Sept. 24, Jeremy Kerley returned the ensuing kickoff 83 yards to set up TCU’s go-ahead touchdown only three plays and 1:32 later. THE UNDEFEATED • TCU is 12-0 for the second-straight season and second time in its history. • The Frogs posted their third undefeated regular season. The 1938 national champions were 10-0 before a 15-7 win over Carnegie Tech in the Sugar Bowl. WINNING CLASSES • TCU’s seniors have become the winningest class in school history for a third straight year. • This year’s class has won 43 games, breaking the mark set by the 2009 seniors who won 42 contests. The 2008 senior class recorded 41 wins.

Years Wins 1. 2007-10 43 2. 2006-09 42 3. 2005-08 41 4. 1932-35 40 5. 1933-36 39

0

Home games left in the original Amon G. Carter Stadium. The $105 million renovation is underway.

2

How many times (2009, 2010) TCU has sported a 12-0 record in its history.

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

3

Consecutive years TCU’s seniors have set a record for winningest class in school history.

5

Schools (Kansas State, Tennessee Tech, Utah State, Navy, TCU) head coach Gary Patterson and defensive coordinator/defensive line coach Dick Bumpas have worked at together.

12

Former TCU players currently on National Football League rosters.

31

THE BCS • TCU finished third in the 2010 BCS standings, setting a record for the second straight year for the highest finish by a team from a non-automatic qualifying league. The Frogs were fourth in the final 2009 BCS standings. • TCU has the longest current streak (12 weeks) in the nation for appearing in the top five of the BCS standings. • The Frogs have appeared in the BCS standings for 23 consecutive weeks. Only Ohio State (50) and Boise State (30) have longer streaks. • The Frogs (44) are second behind only Boise State (50) for most appearances in the BCS standings by a school playing in a conference without an automatic BCS bid. • If the current BCS rules were in effect in 2005, TCU would have been in a BCS bowl. The Frogs finished ahead of automatic-qualifier Florida State. UNIFORM WATCH • Thanks to its special relationship with Nike, TCU has a multitude of uniform combos:

First-place votes received by TCU, out of a possible 31 votes, in the official 2010 MWC preseason poll.

54

Victories by TCU when ahead or even in turnover margin over 55 games the last six seasons.

122

Wins by TCU, compared to 38 losses, since Gary Patterson arrived as defensive coordinator in 1998.

Date Opponent Uniform Sept. 4 Oregon State 2010 Nike Pro Combat uniform and helmet Sept. 11 Tennessee Tech Purple jersey, black pants, regular helmet Sept. 18 Baylor Black jersey, black pants, regular helmet Sept. 24 SMU White jersey, white pants, regular helmet Oct. 2 Colorado State White jersey, white pants, regular helmet Oct. 9 Wyoming Purple jersey, black pants, regular helmet Oct. 16 BYU Purple jersey, 2010 Pro Combat pants and helmet Oct. 23 Air Force Black jersey, black pants, 2009 Pro Combat helmet Oct. 30 UNLV White jersey, white pants, regular helmet Nov. 6 Utah White jersey, white pants, regular helmet Nov. 13 San Diego State* Purple jersey, white pants, regular helmet Nov. 20 New Mexico White jersey, white pants, regular helmet *TCU wore a purple jersey with white pants for the first time since the 2001 season.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

5


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

WORTH NOTING

CHECKING THE RANKINGS • Included below are TCU’s week-by-week rankings this season: AP USA Today Preseason 6 7 Sept. 7 4 5 Sept. 12 4 5 Sept. 19 4 5 Sept. 26 5 5 Oct. 3 5 5 Oct. 10 4 5 Oct. 17 4 4 Oct. 24 4 4 Oct. 31 4 4 Nov. 7 3 3 Nov. 14 4 4 Nov. 21 4 4 Nov. 28 3 3 Dec. 5 3 3

Harris BCS -- --- --- --- --- --- -4 -3 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 3

A NEW HOME • A $105 million renovation of the west side and north end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium is underway to better enhance the football fan experience, upgrade amenities and transform the historic Fort Worth icon into the “Camden Yards” of collegiate football stadiums. • Completely funded by donor support, the renovation will be fully completed in 2012. • An implosion of the old press box side of the stadium occurred Dec. 5. The entire west side dropped in a process that took about 35 seconds. • After construction, Amon G. Carter Stadium will have a seating capacity of 40,000 that can be expanded to more than 50,000.

• TCU has been ranked a school-record 40 consecutive weeks, appearing in every poll since Oct. 19, 2008. • The Frogs’ run of 40 consecutive weeks ranked is the fourth-longest current streak in the nation (Ohio State 99, Alabama 48, Boise State 44). • A No. 6 preseason ranking was the best in TCU history. • TCU has three top-10 final rankings in the last five seasons. • In 2009, the Frogs had their highest season-ending ranking (sixth) since they were also sixth in 1955. • TCU has back-to-back top-10 appearances in final polls for the first time since the 1958-59 campaigns. • TCU received four No. 1 votes in the final 2009 Harris Poll. • The Frogs had a lone first-place vote in the final 2010 Harris Poll. FROG FEVER • TCU had three sellouts this season and has totaled four in its last eight home dates. • The Frogs set a single-season attendance record for the second straight year, averaging 42,466. Last year was 38,187. • Three of the top-six attendances in TCU’s history came this season. A standing-room only crowd of 47,393 for the Sept. 18 Baylor game ranks second. SRO crowds of 46,096 for Air Force (Oct. 23) and 45,694 against San Diego State (Nov. 13) place fifth and sixth, respectively. • Over its last eight home games, TCU has an average attendance of 43,355. It represents 97.7 percent of the capacity at 44,358-seat Amon G. Carter Stadium. • TCU sold a record 19,143 football season tickets in 2010. When including the student allotment, the total is 25,298. • The crowd of 50,307 for last year’s Utah contest set a TCU single-game home attendance record. An estimated 7,500 filled TCU’s Campus Commons earlier in the day for ESPN’s College GameDay. • Over 20,000 TCU fans made the trip to Arizona in January for the 2010 Fiesta Bowl. THE BEST IN TEXAS • Since 2005, TCU has the best record among the 10 FBS teams in Texas:

6

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

W-L 65-11 63-15 52-23 47-30 40-32 32-39 28-45 27-44 27-45 13-58

Pct. .855 .808 .693 .610 .556 .451 .384 .380 .375 .183

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


TCU BOWL NOTABLES

TCU BOWL HISTORY • Included below is a look at the Frogs’ postseason history: 1936 Sugar Bowl - TCU 3, LSU 2 1937 Cotton Bowl - TCU 16, Marquette 6 1939 Sugar Bowl - TCU 15, Carnegie Tech 7 1942 Orange Bowl - Georgia 40, TCU 26 1945 Cotton Bowl - Oklahoma A&M 34, TCU 0 1948 Delta Bowl - Mississippi 13, TCU 9 1952 Cotton Bowl - Kentucky 20, TCU 7 1956 Cotton Bowl - Mississippi 14, TCU 13 1957 Cotton Bowl - TCU 28, Syracuse 27 1959 Cotton Bowl - TCU 0, Air Force 0 1959 Bluebonnet Bowl - Clemson 23, TCU 7 1965 Sun Bowl - Texas Western 13, TCU 12 1984 Bluebonnet Bowl - West Virginia 31, TCU 14 1994 Independence Bowl - Virginia 20, TCU 10 1998 Sun Bowl - TCU 28, USC 19 1999 Mobile Alabama Bowl - TCU 28, East Carolina 14 2000 Mobile Alabama Bowl - Southern Miss 28, TCU 21 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl - Texas A&M 28, TCU 9 2002 AXA Liberty Bowl - TCU 17, Colorado State 3 2003 PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl - Boise State 34, TCU 31 2005 Houston Bowl - TCU 27, Iowa State 24 2006 Poinsettia Bowl - TCU 37, Northern Illinois 7 2007 Texas Bowl - TCU 20, Houston 13 2008 Poinsettia Bowl - TCU 17, Boise State 16 2009 Fiesta Bowl - Boise State 17, TCU 10 BOWLS BY THE APPEARANCE • TCU has played in the following bowl games:  Cotton (6) Bluebonnet (2) Mobile Alabama (2) Poinsettia (2) Sugar (2) Sun (2) Rose (1) Delta (1) Fiesta (1) Fort Worth (1) galleryfurniture.com (1) Houston (1) Independence (1) Liberty (1) Orange (1) Texas (1)

SUPER SITES • TCU is playing its sixth straight bowl game in a facility that has hosted a Super Bowl: Year Bowl Stadium Super Bowls Hosted 2005 Houston Reliant XXXVIII 2006 Poinsettia Qualcomm XXII, XXXII, XXXVII 2007 Texas Reliant XXXVIII 2008 Poinsettia Qualcomm XXII, XXXII, XXXVII 2009 Fiesta University of Phoenix XLII 2010 Rose Rose Bowl XXVII, XXI, XVII, XIV, XI • XXXVIII - Carolina vs. New England, 2004 • XXII - Denver vs. Washington, 1988 • XXXII - Denver vs. Green Bay, 1998 • XXXVII - Oakland vs. Tampa Bay, 2003 • XLII - New England vs. New York Giants, 2008 • XXVII - Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1993 • XXI - Denver vs. New York Giants, 1987 • XVII - Miami vs. Washington, 1983 • XIV - Los Angeles vs. Pittsburgh, 1980 • XI - Minnesota vs. Oakland, 1977

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

• This year’s Rose Bowl will mark TCU’s ninth contest in a 69-game stretch in a stadium that has hosted a Super Bowl. • During that span, the Frogs are a combined 7-1. TCU is 4-0 at Qualcomm Stadium, 2-0 at Reliant Stadium, 1-0 at Stanford Stadium and at 0-1 University of Phoenix Stadium. GOING BOWLING • Since Gary Patterson arrived at TCU, the Frogs are one of 14 teams to play in at least 12 bowl games the last 13 seasons: 13 -Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech 12 -TCU, Boston College, Miami (Fla.), Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Southern Miss, Texas, Wisconsin NEW YEAR’S DAY • TCU is playing on Jan. 1 for the first time since a scoreless tie with Air Force in the 1959 Cotton Bowl. • The Frogs played on Jan. 4 in last year’s Fiesta Bowl. MVP, MVP • TCU quarterback Andy Dalton is a two-time bowl game Most Valuable Player. • Dalton was 22-of-35 for 197 yards while rushing for 84 yards in a 17-16 Poinsettia Bowl victory over Boise State in 2008. • As a redshirt freshman in 2007, Dalton received MVP honors in a 20-13 Texas Bowl win over Houston. He completed 21-of-30 passes for 249 yards. He added 17 yards rushing, including a 3-yard scoring run for the Frogs’ first points of the game.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

7


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

SENIOR QUARTERBACK ANDY DALTON

JUST WIN, BABY • Andy Dalton is the nation’s leader in wins by an active quarterback: Name Wins 1. Andy Dalton, TCU 41 2. Kellen Moore, Boise State 37 3. Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech 34 • Dalton also has the most wins by a quarterback in TCU history. Slingin’ Sammy Baugh (29, 1934-36) is second. WEDDING BELLS • Since getting engaged Oct. 6, Andy Dalton is completing 67.4 percent of his passes with 20 touchdowns and just two interceptions:

Opponent Wyoming BYU Air Force UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico Totals

Comp. Att. Pct. Yards 14 17 82.4 270 24 36 66.7 273 11 20 55.0 185 16 23 70.0 252 21 26 80.8 355 21 36 58.3 240 9 14 64.3 156 116 172 67.4 1,731

TD Int. 3 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 3 0 4 1 3 0 20 2

• Five of Dalton’s top-six games of the season in passing yards have come since he popped the question. • He posted two of the top seven single-game completion percentages in TCU history. • Dalton had a career-best 355 yards passing and 369 in total offense at Utah. • In the first game after his engagement, Dalton totaled a then season-high 312 yards of total offense in a 45-0 win over Wyoming. • Dalton rushed for a career-high 93 yards against Air Force, including a career-long 47-yard run. IN DALTON’S FREE TIME ... • Vice-President of TCU’s American Marketing Association (AMA) • Founder of Ignite, a student led on-campus ministry that attracts an average of 600 students each Monday night for Christian worship • Part of a leadership team for Ignite that has raised close to $30,000 • Leader of a student led Bible study • Volunteer at youth football camps in the Fort Worth area • Reads to local kids through TCU’s Reading Frogs program EARNING RESPECT • Andy Dalton finished ninth in the 2010 Heisman Trophy voting, receiving four first-place votes.

WHAT THEY’RE SAYING ABOUT DALTON

“He’s one of the best quarterbacks in the country. He’s perfect for what they do offensively. He’s got the ability to beat you with his legs and with his arm.”

“He was just what everybody knew of him. He’s very confident, crafty and quick. He’s a quick decision maker and an impressive player. He really ran their offense.”

- Art Briles Head Coach, Baylor

“He’s played a lot of snaps and is very experienced. He can throw and run, so that gives them some dimension back there.”

8

- Mike Riley Head Coach, Oregon State

“He is good. He was in rhythm and he had a lot of confidence. Every time he went out on the field, he knew he was going to work for it every time. We were never able to get him out of rhythm.”

- Kyle Whittingham Head Coach, Utah

- Steve Fairchild Head Coach, Colorado State

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


FROG OFFENSIVE NOTES

THE TD  STREAK • Andy Dalton has thrown a touchdown pass in 20 consecutive games, the longest streak in Mountain West Conference history. • Dalton passed for four touchdowns against San Diego State. It was the fourth time in his career that he’s thrown for four scores in a game. • Dalton had three first-quarter touchdown passes at New Mexico. DALTON MILESTONE WATCH • Andy Dalton reached the following milestones in the regular-season finale at New Mexico:

Category TCU’s Single-Season TD Pass Record MWC’s Career Leader in Total Plays MWC’s Career Total Offense Leader 10,000 Career Passing Yards

Current Total 26 1,698 11,678 yards 10,095

• Dalton is TCU’s career leader in total offense. • Dalton had a career-best 369 yards of total offense at Utah. FINDING TARGETS • In the last 10 games, Andy Dalton has put together three of the top seven singlegame completion percentages (min. 15 attempts) in TCU history: Name 1. Andy Dalton 2. Jeff Ballard 3. Max Knake 4. Andy Dalton Casey Printers 6. Andy Dalton Jeff Ballard

Completion Pct. 91.3 (21-of-23) 87.0 (20-of-23) 86.7 (13-of-15) 82.4 (14-of-17) 82.4 (14-of-17) 80.8 (21-of-26) 80.8 (21-of-26)

Opponent Baylor, 2010 San Diego State, 2006 Rice, 1994 Wyoming, 2010 Navy, 2000 Utah, 2010 Air Force, 2006

COMPLETIONS AND MORE COMPLETIONS • Andy Dalton is on pace to break Jeff Ballard’s career completion percentage record:

Name 1. Andy Dalton 2. Jeff Ballard

Completion Pct. .616 .611

Years 2007-present  2003-06

• Dalton has a career-best 66.2 completion percentage (194-of-293) this season. It’s on pace to shatter TCU’s single-season mark of 61.9 by Ballard in 2006. • Dalton and Ballard were teammates in 2006, when Dalton was a redshirt. TAKING CARE OF THE BALL • Andy Dalton is third among active quarterbacks in lowest interception percentage (min. 800 attempts): Name Int. Pct. Att./Int. 1. Kellen Moore, Boise State 1.52 1,181/18 2. Colin Kaepernick, Nevada 1.86 1,238/23 3. Andy Dalton, TCU 2.32 1,294/30 FLASHING THE WHEELS • Andy Dalton has run for first downs on 27 of his 77 carries (35.1 percent) this season. He rushed for eight first downs on 15 carries against Oregon State. • Dalton had seven rushing attempts for a career-high 93 yards against Air Force. His previous-best rushing total was 91 yards versus Stanford in 2008. • Dalton had a career-long 47-yard carry in the third quarter against Air Force, nearly doubling his previous career best of 24 yards versus Boise State in 2008. • Dalton’s 1,583 career rushing yards rank second among active TCU players. • Included below is a look at Dalton running the ball: Rushes Yards Avg. Per Carry TDs Avg./Game First 9 games 56 22 0.4 1 2.4 Last 39 games 348 1,561 4.5 20 40.0

TCU CAREER PASSING LEADERS No. Player 1. Andy Dalton 2. Max Knake 3. Steve Stamp 4. Casey Printers 5. Jeff Ballard 6. Leon Clay 7. Steve Judy 8. Brandon Hassell 9. David Rascoe 10. Sam Baugh

TCU CAREER TOUCHDOWNS PASSES No. Player Years 1. Andy Dalton 07-pres. 2. Max Knake 92-95 3. Sam Baugh 78-81

TD 70 49 40

TCU CAREER PASS COMPLETIONS No. Player Years 1. Andy Dalton 07-pres. 2. Max Knake 92-95 3. Steve Stamp 78-81 4. Jeff Ballard 03-06 5. Leon Clay 89-92

Comps. 797 622 350 330 326

TCU CAREER PASS ATTEMPTS No. Player 1. Andy Dalton 2. Max Knake 3. Steve Stamp 4. Steve Judy 5. David Rascoe

Atts. 1,294 1,115 674 669 655

ACTIVE TCU RUSHING LEADERS 1. Ed Wesley 1,718 2. Andy Dalton 1,583 3. Matthew Tucker 1,370 4. Waymon James 489 5. Jeremy Kerley 301

ACTIVE TCU RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Jimmy Young 142 2. Jeremy Kerley 114 3. Bart Johnson 84 4. Antoine Hicks 42 5. Curtis Clay 34

Years 07-pres. 92-95 78-81 99-01 03-06 89-92 69-71 03-04 85-88 34-36

Years 07-pres. 92-95 78-81 69-71 85-88

TCU CAREER COMPLETION PCT. LEADERS No. Player Years 1. Andy Dalton 07-pres. 2. Jeff Ballard 03-06 3. Sean Stilley 99-02 4. Brandon Hassell 03-04 5. Casey Printers 99-01

Yards 10,095 7,370 5,123 4,621 4,204 3,963 3,886 3,763 3,696 3,384

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Pct. 61.6 61.1 57.9 56.7 56.1

ACTIVE RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS 1. Jimmy Young 2,259 2. Jeremy Kerley 1,241 3. Bart Johnson 1,075 4. Antoine Hicks 718 5. Josh Boyce 602

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

9


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

GETTING BETTER AND BETTER • Included below is a look at the yearly improvement in Andy Dalton’s passing efficiency: Year Rating NCAA Rank 2007 118.50 83rd 2008 129.19 50th 2009 151.83 8th 2010 167.39 5th TOTING THE ROCK • Andy Dalton’s rushing yards per carry has improved each year at TCU: Year Yards Per Carry 2007 2.4 2008 3.8 2009 4.4 2010 5.3

Yards Per Game 17.8 39.3 39.4 33.9

RUSHING TO HISTORY • Andy Dalton’s 21 career rushing touchdowns are the most by a quarterback in TCU history and tied for seventh overall. • Next on the list, in sixth place, is Kenneth Davis with 23 (1982-85). Davis was fifth in the 1984 Heisman Trophy voting. THE PROLIFIC ONE • Included below are Andy Dalton’s rankings all-time in the MWC and where he ranks for career numbers among active quarterbacks in the NCAA:

Category Wins Total Offense Total Plays Touchdown Passes Passing Yards Completions Attempts

Number 41 11,678 1,698 70 10,095 797 1,294

MWC Rank 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th

NCAA Rank 1st 5th 5th 8th 5th 5th 5th

SELECT COMPANY • Andy Dalton is one of just seven active quarterbacks with at least 1,000 career yards rushing and 5,000 passing. • The others are Austen Arnaud (Iowa State), Diondre Borel (Utah State), Robert Griffin III (Baylor), Colin Kaepernick (Nevada), Jake Locker (Washington), Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State) and Tyrod Taylor (Virginia Tech). SCORE BY QUARTERS • TCU has scored in all but one quarter this season. • The only scoreless quarter was the third quarter against BYU. HOW GOOD WAS HE • Andy Dalton completed 21-of-23 passes (91.3 percent) for 267 yards and two touchdowns against Baylor. • The 91.3 completion percentage set TCU and MWC single-game records. • Jeff Ballard previously held the TCU mark after completing 20-of-23 attempts (87.0 percent) versus San Diego State in 2006. • The former MWC mark of 90.9 (20-of-22) was set by BYU’s Max Hall against Wyoming last season. The NCAA record is 95.8 (23-of-24) by Tennessee’s Tee Martin versus South Carolina in 1998. • Dalton’s 91.3 completion percentage tied Sam Bradford (Oklahoma) and Jared Zabransky (Boise State) for highest by an FBS passer in a game (min. 20 attempts) since 2004. • Dalton’s 11 consecutive completions to start the game marked a careerbest streak for him. It was also the second-best streak for completions in a game in TCU history, trailing only the 14 straight by Ballard against San Diego State in 2006.

THE CENTURY MARK • Three Frogs have rushed for 100 yards in a game this season. Ed Wesley has done it four times, while Matthew Tucker and Waymon James reached the feat against San Diego State. • Andy Dalton came close with 93 yards versus Air Force. • Against the Aztecs, Tucker (131) and James (102) became the first TCU tandem to rush for 100 yards in the same game since Lonta Hobbs (117) and Brandon Hassell (110) against Boise State in the 2003 Fort Worth Bowl. MOVING THE STICKS • TCU has more than doubled (309-136) its opponents in first downs. • The Frogs need three first downs to set a single-season TCU record for the third straight year. • The Frogs had 311 first downs in 2009 and 308 in 2008. IT’S ABOUT DEPTH • Despite two injured starters (left guard Kyle Dooley, right tackle Zach Roth) on the offensive line not starting during a three-game stretch (Oct. 23-Nov. 6), TCU still averaged 275.7 yards rushing and 550.0 in total offense. • The 377 yards rushing against Air Force was TCU’s best total since a 390yard effort in last year’s 41-0 victory over UNLV. IT’S A RUSH • TCU has won 51 in a row when rushing for at least 167 yards. • The Frogs have won 40 straight games when rushing for more yards than passing. • Under head coach Gary Patterson, TCU is 54-2 with 200 or more yards rushing. • TCU is eighth in the nation in rushing at 261.2 yards per game, the Frogs’ highest average since a 275.6 clip in LaDainian Tomlinson’s senior year of 2000. • The Frogs’ 39 rushing touchdowns are sixth in the nation. • TCU has topped 300 yards in rushing three times. • The Frogs are averaging 5.5 yards per carry with their top nine rushers sporting a mark of at least 4.6 yards per attempt. Four of the top nine are at 6.3 yards or better. THIRD DOWNS AND RED ZONE • The Frogs are sixth in the nation in third-down conversion percentage at 52.3 (78-of-149). • TCU was 10-of-15 on third downs at Utah. • TCU is tops in the MWC and tied for 17th nationally in red-zone offense, scoring on 58-of-66 possessions (87.9 percent). The Frogs have 48 touchdowns and 10 field goals on their red zone scores. FAST STARTS • TCU has scored on its opening possession of the game eight times (seven touchdowns, one field goal) this season. • TCU scored on its first five series for a 35-3 halftime lead on Baylor. Six of TCU’s seven scoring drives against Baylor were at least 73 yards. A FLYIN’ FROG • Wide receiver Skye Dawson, who is tied for fifth on the Frogs with 12 receptions, is a sprinter on TCU’s track and field team. • Dawson has a personal-best time of 10.29 in the 100 meters. • Dawson won the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championship in the 60 meters with a mark of 6.69, the third-fastest time in MWC history. • Dawson has been involved in two of TCU’s eight-longest plays. He had a season-best 52-yard reception against Oregon State and a 43-yard grab versus Wyoming. BORN TO BE A FROG • Tight end Evan Frosch was always meant for TCU. In German, Frosch means Frog.

MILESTONE WATCH • The Frogs have already set single-season school records for touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) and are nearing the following additional marks:

10

Category Number Needed First Downs 3 Rushing Yards 108 Total Offense (Yards) 40

Current Mark 311 (2009) 3,241 (1987) 5,937 (2009)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


OFFENSIVE CONSISTENCY • The Frogs need just 40 yards in the Rose Bowl to set a single-season school record in total offense for the second straight year. • TCU has 5,898 yards of total offense. The school record, set last year, is 5,937. • Three of the top-four single-season totals have occurred in the last three years:

Total Offense 1. 5,937 2. 5,898 3. 5,581 4. 5,477

Year 2009 2010 2003 2008

5

First-team All-Americans (Tank Carder, Wayne Daniels, Tejay Johnson, Jeremy Kerley, Jake Kirkpatrick). 

• TCU tops the MWC and is ninth nationally in total offense at 491.5 yards per game. • The Frogs have recorded six games with over 500 yards in total offense, including four of the last five contests. • TCU has had at least 375 yards in each game this season while topping 400 yards in 10 of 12 contests. Opponent Oregon State Tennessee Tech Baylor SMU Colorado State Wyoming BYU Air Force UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico

TCU BY THE NUMBERS

Rushing Passing Total Offense 278 175 453 270 182 452 291 267 558 190 185 375 346 128 474 305 281 586 108 273 381 377 185 562 273 257 530 177 381 558 226 240 466 293 210 503

LONGEST PLAYS • Included below are TCU’s plays from scrimmage of at least 40 yards in 2010: Yards Play Game 93 (TD) Andy Dalton pass to Josh Boyce Utah 54 (TD) Andy Dalton pass to Josh Boyce UNLV 52 Andy Dalton pass to Skye Dawson Oregon State 50 (TD) Andy Dalton pass to Jeremy Kerley Wyoming 49 (TD) Ed Wesley run Baylor 47 Andy Dalton run Air Force 47 Matthew Tucker run Colorado State 45 (TD) Andy Dalton pass to Jimmy Young New Mexico 44 Ed Wesley run New Mexico 43 Andy Dalton pass to Skye Dawson Wyoming 41 Andy Dalton pass to Antoine Hicks SMU

6

Career 100-yard receiving games by Jimmy Young.

6.69

Skye Dawson’s time in the 60 meters.

27

Rushing first downs by quarterback Andy Dalton this season.

31

Consecutive starts by Andy Dalton, the longest streak on the TCU offense.

40

Consecutive victories by TCU when rushing for more yards than passing.

41

Career wins by Andy Dalton as a starting quarterback, most in TCU history and the most in the nation among active players.

• The 93-yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to Josh Boyce at Utah was the third-longest play in TCU history. The only longer plays were a 99-yard Scott Ankrom to James Maness completion against Rice in 1984 and a 98-yard connection from Brandon Hassell to Reggie Harrell versus Arizona in 2003. MR. TOUCHDOWN • Luke Shivers has eight career touchdowns (seven rushing, one receiving) on 17 touches. • He has four touchdowns on 11 touches this season. • Shivers’ three receptions top the combined total of two from his first two seasons.

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

51

Consecutive wins by TCU when rushing for at least 167 yards.

71.4

Jeremy Kerley’s career completion percentage (5-of-7).

IN THE BULLPEN • Back-up quarterback Casey Pachall has completed 6-of-9 passes for 78 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions. • In the regular-season finale versus New Mexico, Pachall saw his most extensive action of the year and completed 4-of-6 passes. His first collegiate scoring toss was a 21-yard strike to tight end Logan Brock. • Pachall totaled career highs in passing yards (54) and rushing yards (31) against the Lobos.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

11


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

MR. 1,000 • With 1,065 yards rushing, Ed Wesley is the first Frog since Robert Merrill in 2003 to top the 1,000-yard mark. • Wesley reached the milestone at New Mexico with a 44-yard run on his first carry of the game and TCU’s second play from scrimmage. • Wesley’s 1,065 yards are the most by a TCU back since Merrill’s 1,107 in 2003. • With 43 yards in the Rose Bowl, Wesley would have TCU’s highest singleseason rushing total (1,108) since LaDainian Tomlinson led the nation with 2,158 yards in 2000. • Wesley ranks second in the MWC and 32nd nationally with his 88.8 yards per game mark. • He has four 100-yard games this year and five in his career. HE’S PRETTY GOOD • Ed Wesley single-handedly outrushed (209-184) an Air Force team that entered the game as the nation’s leading ground attack at 346.9 yards per game. • Wesley had TCU’s first 200-yard game and the most yards by a Frog since Joseph Turner’s 226 at San Diego State in 2007. • Wesley had the 24th 200-yard game in TCU history and the 20th-best single-game total. BREAKOUT BOYCE • Josh Boyce’s 33 receptions are second on TCU and the most by a TCU freshman since Cory Rodgers’ 37 in 2003. • Boyce’s team-high 602 receiving yards are a TCU freshman record. • With 126 yards receiving and two touchdowns on three catches at Utah, Boyce had his second 100-yard game of the season. He had eight catches for 127 yards and two scores in a 31-3 win over BYU. • Boyce’s first two catches at Utah were 26- and 93-yard TDs. • In two of the last four games, Boyce has been on the receiving end of TCU’s longest plays from scrimmage this season. His 93-yard touchdown reception at Utah was preceded by a 54-yard scoring catch at UNLV. • Boyce’s eight catches against BYU were the most in a game by a Frog since Donald Massey’s eight versus BYU in 2006. • Boyce totaled the most receiving yards (127) by a TCU freshman since Rodgers had 171 on six grabs at Houston in 2003. • Boyce’s performance versus BYU marked TCU’s first 100-yard receiving game since Antoine Hicks totaled 123 yards on five catches last year versus New Mexico. • Boyce had the most receiving yards by a Frog since Jimmy Young totaled a school-record 226 yards on five receptions against Wyoming on Oct. 25, 2008. QUICK HITS FROM SALT LAKE CITY • TCU had three 1-play scoring drives at Utah. • TCU’s 237 yards of offense in the first quarter marked a season-best in any quarter this season. The previous best was 211 yards in the first quarter of a 45-10 win over Baylor. PROTECTING THE QB • TCU has surrendered just nine sacks this season, tied for seventh nationally in fewest allowed (0.8 per game). PURE STRENGTH • TCU’s starting offensive line averages 671 in their squat, 506 in the bench and 423 in the clean. • Two-time first-team offensive tackle Marcus Cannon has a 760 squat, 530 bench and 500 clean. • Return specialist Jeremy Kerley has a 38 inch vertical leap, 650 squat and 400 bench. • Defensive linemen Cory Grant and Wayne Daniels squat 760 and 730, respectively.

THE VERSATILE ONE • Jeremy Kerley has a team-high 50 catches, becoming the 13th player in TCU history to reach 50 receptions in a season and the first since Jimmy Young totaled 59 in 2008. • Kerley has tied Mike Renfro’s 1977 TCU record with 10 touchdown catches this season. • Kerley has had a career-high in receptions in two of the last three games. • Kerley totaled eight catches for 85 yards, including three first-half touchdowns, against San Diego State after recording seven grabs for 68 yards versus Utah. • Kerley had the first three-touchdown game of his career in the San Diego State contest. • Kerley is tied for eighth all-time at TCU with 12 touchdown receptions. • Kerley leads the MWC in all-purpose yards at 122.8 per game. • Kerley set a career high with 234 all-purpose yards at SMU. He had 172 yards on kickoff returns, 23 on punt returns, 33 yards receiving and six yards rushing. • Kerley had a 26-yard touchdown pass to Bart Johnson at Utah and is now 2-of-2 in the air for 37 yards this season. For his career, Kerley is 5-of-7 passing for 135 yards. • TCU is 19-0 when Kerley scores a touchdown. CLIMBING THE CHARTS • Senior wide receiver and graduate student Jimmy Young is one of just three players (Mike Renfro, Stephen Shipley) in TCU history to rank in the top five all-time in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches:

Name 1. Mike Renfro 2. Jimmy Young 3. Stephen Shipley 4. Stanley Washington 5. James Maness

Name 1. Kelly Blackwell 2. Mike Renfro 3. Stephen Shipley 4. Cory Rodgers 5. Jimmy Young

Name 1. Cory Rodgers 2. Mike Renfro 3. Stanley Washington 4. Stephen Shipley 5. Jimmy Young LaTarence Dunbar Kelly Blackwell 8. Jeremy Kerley Phillip Epps

Yards Years 2,739 1974-77 2,259 2007-present 2,251 1989-92 2,209 1979-82 2,171 1981-84 Receptions Years 181 1988-91 162 1974-77 152 1989-92 150 2003-05 142 2007-present TD Catches 17 17 16 15 13 13 13 12 12

THE STREAK • Bart Johnson has at least one reception in a career-high and team-best 34 consecutive games, a streak that is 14th nationally among active players. FINDING THE TIGHT END • Logan Brock’s last two catches have resulted in touchdowns. • Brock had scoring grabs of 21 yards at New Mexico and 15 yards against San Diego State. They are the first touchdowns by a TCU tight end since Evan Frosch’s 4-yard catch at UNLV on Nov. 1, 2008. • TCU tight ends have just 10 receptions this season but are averaging 18.2 yards per catch.

BREAKING THE PLANE • TCU tops the nation with 17 different players scoring a touchdown this season.

12

Years 2003-05 1974-77 1979-82 1989-92 2007-present 1999-02 1988-91 2007-present 1978-81

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


FROGS DEFENSIVE NOTES

A DEFENSE THAT HUNTS • In eight MWC contests, TCU allowed just nine offensive touchdowns and 9.4 points per game. MWC opponents scored on just 11-of-100 possessions against TCU this season. SETTING THE PACE • TCU tops the nation in scoring defense, total defense, pass defense and fewest first downs allowed per game. • The Frogs are second in opponent third-down conversion percentage and third in run defense.

Team 1. TCU 2. West Virginia 3. Ohio State

Scoring Defense (PPG) 11.4 12.8 13.3

Team 1. TCU 2. Ohio State 3. West Virginia

Total Defense (YPG) 215.4 250.6 251.3

Team 1. TCU 2. Miami (Fla.) 3. Boise State

Pass Defense (YPG) 126.3 146.3 155.8

Team 1. TCU 2. West Virginia 3. Ohio State

First Downs Allowed (PG) 11.3 13.1 13.8

Team 1. TCU 2. West Virginia 3. Nebraska

Opponent Third Down Pct. 21.9 24.7 29.2

Team 1. Boston College 2. West Virginia 3. TCU

RISING UP • In each of its last two bowl games, both against Boise State, TCU held the Broncos to just one offensive touchdown. POINTS OFF THE SCOREBOARD • TCU has held a nation’s-best seven opponents to single digits in scoring this season. Iowa and Boise State are second with five opponents scoring under 10 points. • Since 1990, the single-season high for number of games a team has held its opponent to less than 10 points is eight (USC, 2008; Miami, 2002; Kansas State, 1998). • The Frogs’ run of holding six straight opponents (Oct. 2-Nov. 6) to single digits was the longest in the NCAA since Alabama (seven) in 1990. • TCU is one of just seven teams since 1990 to hold opponents to single digits in five straight games. Two of those teams (Florida State, 1993; Miami, 2001) won national titles.

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

BELOW THE MENDOZA LINE • TCU is the only team in the nation to hold all but one opponent under 200 yards in passing. • Eighty-nine of the 120 FBS teams currently allow an average of 200 or more yards per game in the air. MORE STINGINESS • TCU has held seven of its opponents under 200 yards in total offense (Tennessee Tech, 150; Colorado State, 161; Wyoming, 191; BYU, 147; UNLV, 197; Utah, 199; New Mexico, 130). • New Mexico’s 130 yards marked the lowest total by a TCU opponent since San Diego State had 87 yards in a 41-7 Frog victory on Oct. 4, 2008. • BYU was held to one first down in the first half. STEPPING UP • This year’s 215.4 yards per game allowed by TCU is the best total in Gary Patterson’s 10 seasons as head coach. • The next-best mark was recorded by the 2008 team which led the nation by surrendering just 217.8 yads per game. PUTTING UP A WALL • TCU has allowed just 18 touchdowns this season, tied with Alabama for the second-lowest total in the nation behind West Virginia (15).

Run Defense (YPG) 80.2 85.1 89.2

• Only two opponents have reached 100 yards rushing on TCU.

OKTOBERFEST • Opponents scored two touchdowns on TCU in five October games.

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS TCU Offense Pos. OSU WR Kerley WR Young TE Frosch LT Cannon LG Dooley C Kirkpatrick RG Vernon RT Roth TE Brock QB Dalton RB Wesley

TTU Clay Young Frosch Olson Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Brock Dalton Wesley

BAY Kerley Young Frosch Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Brock Dalton Wesley

SMU Kerley Young Hicks (WR) Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Johnson (WR) Dalton Wesley

CSU Kerley Young Hicks (WR) Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Dawson (WR) Dalton Wesley

WYO Kerley Young Boyce (WR) Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Dawson (WR) Dalton Wesley

BYU Kerley Johnson Boyce (WR) Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Tucker (TB) Dalton Wesley

AFA Kerley Boyce Frosch Cannon Thompson Kirkpatrick Vernon Olson Brock Dalton Wesley

UNLV Hicks Young Frosch Cannon Thompson Kirkpatrick Vernon Olson Johnson (WR) Dalton Wesley

UTAH Kerley Boyce Frosch Cannon Thompson Kirkpatrick Vernon Olson Brock Dalton Wesley

SDSU Kerley Young Boyce (WR) Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Johnson (WR) Dalton Wesley

UNM Kerley Young Boyce (WR) Cannon Dooley Kirkpatrick Vernon Roth Johnson (WR) Dalton Wesley

TCU Defense Pos. OSU TTU BAY SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM DE Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Forrest Maponga NT Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Grant Grant Grant Grant DT Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Yendrey Yendrey Yendrey Yendrey DE Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels LB Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder LB Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock CB Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague WS Ibiloye Ibiloye Ibiloye Ibiloye Cuba Cuba Cuba Ibiloye Cuba Ibiloye Ibiloye Cuba FS Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson SS Luttrell Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones CB McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

13


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

STINGY D • TCU is looking to become just the third program in NCAA history to lead the nation in total defense in three consecutive seasons. The others are Toledo (1969-71) and Oklahoma (1985-87). • TCU has topped the nation in total defense each of the last two years and four times in the past 10 seasons. • Since the NCAA began tracking statistics in 1937, TCU is tied with Alabama and Auburn for the most No. 1 rankings in total defense at four. All four of the Frogs’ top marks (2000, 2002, 2008, 2009) are under Gary Patterson. • Since 2000, TCU’s first of four team defensive titles, Virginia Tech is the only other school to finish first more than once (2005, 2006). The Frogs, Hokies and Miami (1989, 1994) are the only teams to win the crown at least twice since 1989. SHUTTING THEM DOWN • Included below is a look at TCU holding several opponents below their season marks in points and total offense:

Opponent Oregon State Baylor Air Force Utah

PPG - YPG 24.4 - 326.5 32.6 - 478.5 32.3 - 437.4 35.6 - 404.8

PTS - YDS  vs. TCU 21 - 255 10 - 263 7 - 231 7 - 199

• TCU held Air Force to a season-low 184 yards rushing, 162.9 below its nationleading average of 346.9 entering the game. • Over the last five years, four of Air Force’s 10-lowest rushing totals are versus TCU. A HAT TRICK OF EXCELLENCE • By holding Colorado State, Wyoming and BYU to a total of three points, TCU was just the second team since 1996 to allow a combined three points or less in a three-game stretch. North Texas allowed two points over three games in 2002. ZEROS ON THE BOARD • In blanking Colorado State (27-0) and Wyoming (45-0), TCU recorded back-toback shutouts for the first time since 1955. • The Frogs are the only team in the nation to post back-to-back shutouts this season. • TCU has eight shutouts in 10 seasons under Gary Patterson. • TCU has two shutouts in a season for the first time since 2007, when it blanked Baylor (27-0) and New Mexico (37-0). • The 27-0 win at Colorado State marked the first time in Gary Patterson’s 10 seasons as head coach that TCU recorded a shutout on the road. STREAK OVER • A 27-yard field goal by BYU’s Mitch Payne (Oct. 16) with 1:14 to play in the third quarter were the first points TCU allowed in a span of 175:10. It covered four games dating back to a Sept. 24 contest at SMU. • TCU entered the game with back-to-back shutouts of Colorado State and Wyoming. • TCU was bidding to become the first team to record three straight shutouts since Boston College in 1992 and the first Frog squad since 1955. • The Frogs’ streak of holding opponents scoreless lasted 10 quarters, one shy of the MWC record of 11. FROGS SHINE IN RED ZONE • Opponents have entered the TCU red zone just 16 times in 12 games for 42 total plays. • TCU allowed just seven red-zone touchdowns in eight MWC games and 10 on the season. Opponent Oregon State Tennessee Tech Baylor SMU Colorado State Wyoming BYU Air Force UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico

14

Red-Zone Chances 1-1 (TD) 1-1 (TD) 0-1 2-3 (TD, FG) 0-0 0-1 1-1 (FG) 1-1 (TD) 1-1 (TD) 1-1 (TD) 2-2 (2 TDs) 3-3 (2 TDs, FG)

TCU ACTIVE CAREER DEFENSIVE LEADERS Tackles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Tejay Johnson Tank Carder Tanner Brock Alex Ibiloye Colin Jones Wayne Daniels Tekerrein Cuba Cory Grant Kelly Griffin Greg McCoy

Sacks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Wayne Daniels Cory Grant D.J. Yendrey Tank Carder Stansly Maponga Tanner Brock Jeremy Coleman Colin Jones Clarence Leatch 10. Kelly Griffin Interceptions 1. Tejay Johnson 2. Greg McCoy 3. Jason Teague 4. Tank Carder Colin Jones Tyler Luttrell

169 152 129 125 114 95 78 58 56 55 13.0 8.0 5.0 4.5 2.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.5 7 5 4 2 2 2

McCOY ISLAND • TCU cornerback Greg McCoy has recorded an interception in two of the last three games. ROOKIE WATCH • All three true freshmen to see action for TCU this season are on defense: cornerbacks Travaras Battle and Elisha Olabode and defensive end Matt Anderson. • Battle is second on TCU with 15 special teams tackles. He has totaled 16 stops overall. • Olabode has eight tackles. • Anderson has four stops, including one for loss, to go with a forced fumble. KEEP IN MIND • At the age of 10, linebacker Tank Carder captured a world championship in BMX racing. The title came in a competition outside Paris, France. After staking claim as the world’s best, Carder decided to retire while on top. • Safety Tejay Johnson knows sign language and is a rehabilitation of the deaf/hard of hearing major. • Johnson has made a team-best 37 consecutive starts.

No. of Plays 3 1 4 8 0 3 5 2 3 1 3 9

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


THREE-AND-OUTS • TCU tops the nation in forcing 6.4 three-and-outs per game. Ohio State is second at 5.8 with Nebraska third at 5.2. • TCU opponents have gone three-and-out on over half (51.7 percent) of their 149 possessions. • In the last two games, the Frogs have forced a three-and-out on 22-of-32 (68.8 percent) offensive series by their opponents. Opponent Three-and-Outs Possessions Oregon State 4 11 Tennessee Tech 8 14 Baylor 4 11 SMU 6 13 Colorado State 8 12 Wyoming 4 10 BYU 8 13 Air Force 4 9 UNLV 4 11 Utah 5 13 San Diego State 12 16 New Mexico 10 16 Totals 77 149 • TCU led the nation in 2009 with 6.5 three-and-outs per game. STAYING FRESH • TCU opponents average only 53.9 snaps per game. • San Diego State ran just 47 plays compared to TCU’s 90. • Utah had only 52 offensive snaps the game before. • Wyoming ran a TCU opponent-low 45 plays from scrimmage, while Air Force was held to 48 snaps. Oregon State had 51. • Ten of the 12 opponents have been held to 57 or fewer plays. • SMU ran only 64 plays, the most by a TCU opponent this year. • Last season, TCU opponents averaged 61.6 snaps per game. PLAYING LIKE A SENIOR • Wayne Daniels is tied for second in the MWC in sacks (0.5 per game) while placing third in tackles for loss (1.0 per game). • Daniels’ 12 tackles for loss surpass the total from his first three seasons combined (10). • His 6 1/2 sacks equal the total from his three years combined. • Daniels recorded both of TCU’s sacks against Oregon State for the first two-sack game of his career. ANOTHER SENIOR MOMENT • All-MWC safety Colin Jones is second on TCU and tied for fourth in the MWC with 10 1/2 tackles for loss. • Jones’ 70 stops on the year place second on TCU to only Tanner Brock (97) and have surpassed the total of 44 tackles from his first three seasons combined. • Jones had his first two sacks of the season as part of eight tackles in the San Diego State game. USING HIS HELMET • Tanner Brock, a first-team All-MWC selection in his first year as a starter, has a team-high 97 tackles this season. • With three more stops, Brock will become the second-straight Frog to reach 100 tackles in a season (Daryl Washington, 2009). Prior to Washington, no Frog had totaled 100 stops since 2004 (Martin Patterson, 131). • Brock has topped TCU in tackles in seven games while reaching double figures in stops in four of eight MWC contests. • Brock totaled a career-best 12 stops at Utah while adding his first career interception and a subsequent 57-yard return. KEY NUMBERS UNDER PATTERSON • TCU is 53-3 in its last 56 games when allowing less than 333 yards of offense. • Only 21 of TCU’s last 38 opponents scored in double figures. • Just seven times in the last 39 contests has TCU surrendered more than 17 points.

CONTINUING THE PROGRAM • TCU’s No. 1 ranking in five defensive categories this season has come despite missing two players who were taken in the first two rounds of the 2010 NFL draft (Jerry Hughes, first round, Indianapolis; Daryl Washington, second round, Arizona) and the graduation of a pair of four-year starters (Rafael Priest, Nick Sanders) at cornerback. DEFENDING THE PASS • TCU tops the nation in pass defense (126.2 yards) and in allowing just one opponent to reach 200 yards this season. • New Mexico was held to 34 yards passing, the lowest total by a TCU opponent since Air Force threw for 11 yards in 2008. • Four opponents have been held under 100 yards in the air. • TCU has two interceptions in three of the last four games. • TCU’s 126.2 yards per game allowed in the air is significantly lower than the last two years when the Frogs led the nation in total defense. It is 33.3 yards fewer than the 2009 mark (159.5) and 44.5 less than 2008 (170.7). • Last year’s 159.5 average was the lowest passing yards per game total under Patterson during his time as head coach. • TCU opponents complete only 48.0 percent of their passes:

Team Oregon State Tennessee Tech Baylor SMU Colorado State Wyoming BYU Air Force UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico Totals

Comp. Att. Int. 10 26 0 9 14 1 16 30 0 14 35 1 17 29 0 11 17 1 14 30 2 3 7 0 15 32 2 16 35 2 11 26 2 9 21 1 145 302 12

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Pct. Yds. 38.5 182 64.3 58 53.3 164 40.0 169 58.6 116 64.7 116 46.7 91 42.9 47 46.9 128 45.7 148 42.3 262 42.9 34 48.0 1,515

PICK SIX • Dating back to last season, five of TCU’s last 14 interceptions have been returned for touchdowns. • Jason Teague (Tennessee Tech), Tejay Johnson (SMU) and Colin Jones (UNLV) have returned picks for scores in 2010. NOSES FOR THE BALL • With a team-high three interceptions and threeforced fumbles, Tejay Johnson has produced six turnovers this season. • In addition to his 19-yard interception return for a touchdown, Johnson had a career-high three pass breakups at SMU. • Johnson forced two fumbles the next week at Colorado State. • Safety Alex Ibiloye accounted for three of the Frogs’ six forced fumbles in the Tennessee Tech game. His total was more than any Frog had the entire 2009 season. A LOOK BACK AT SAN DIEGO STATE • TCU held San Diego State to one first down in the opening 42 minutes (a flea-flicker on the second play from scrimmage). • The Aztecs had just three first downs through three quarters and seven for the game. They were 2-of-11 on third downs. • San Diego State had 12 three-and-outs on 16 possessions and ran just 47 plays with a time of possesion of 19:09. • San Diego State had just 38 yards rushing, a season-low by a TCU opponent. A LOOK BACK AT UTAH • The Utes, who entered the game with the nation’s third-ranked scoring offense (45.2 points per game), did not cross midfield until the fourth quarter with TCU leading 40-0. • Utah was held to 52 yards rushing and 199 in total offense. • Utah was 3-of-13 on third downs after having a 54.3 success rate in its opening eight contests. • The Utes ran just 52 plays and had the ball for only 20:54.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

15


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

TCU 2010 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVELY

Opponent Oregon State Tennessee Tech Baylor SMU Colorado State Wyoming BYU Air Force UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico

Rushing 73 92 99 192 45 75 56 184 69 51 38 96

Passing 182 58 164 169 116 116 91 47 128 148 262 34

Total Offense 255 150 263 361 161 191 147 231 197 199 300 130

• TCU has held a nation’s-best seven opponents under 200 yards of offense. • Only one team (SMU, 361) topped 300 yards on the Frogs. • TCU has allowed just one opponent (San Diego State, 262) to pass for 200 yards. • Just two teams have reached 100 yards rushing on TCU. • In eight Mountain West Conference games, TCU opponents scored nine offensive touchdowns and totaled 75 points (9.4 per game). • San Diego State had just one first down in the opening 42 minutes, three first downs through three quarters and seven for the game. • BYU had 13 yards of offense in the first half in a 31-3 TCU victory. • Baylor was held to 87 yards in the first half as the Frogs built a 35-3 halftime lead. THEN AND NOW • Included below is a comparison of TCU’s top-ranked defense the last two seasons and where it is in 2010: Points per Game First Downs per Game Rushing Yards per Game Passing Yards per Game Total Yards per Game

2008 2009 2010 10.9^ 12.8 11.4* 12.1* 12.4* 11.3* 47.1* 80.2# 89.2# 170.7 159.5 126.2* 217.8* 239.7* 215.4*

* - 1st in the nation; ^ - 2nd in the nation; # - 3rd in the nation

SACK MASTERS • TCU is third in the MWC with 25 sacks (2.1 per game). • Ten players have at least one sack. • First-team FWAA All-American Wayne Daniels tops the Frogs with 6 1/2 sacks, matching his total from his first three seasons combined. • Colin Jones recorded his first two sacks of the season in the San Diego State game. • D.J. Yendrey is third on TCU with three sacks. At Edna (Texas) High School, Yendrey ran the first leg in the 4x100 meter regional-qualifying track and field team. • The Frogs had a season-best four sacks at Colorado State. • TCU has at least one sack in 11 of 12 games and at least two sacks in six contests. • The Frogs have at least one sack in 44 of their last 48 games. NO FRIEND OF RUNNING BACKS • During his 125-game tenure as head coach, Gary Patterson has seen only 21 100-yard rushing games by opposing players. • Included below are a few backs TCU recently held below their season average:

16

Name Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma, 2005 Garrett Wolfe*, Northern Illinois, 2006 Anthony Alridge, Houston, 2007 Toby Gerhart, Stanford, 2008 Chris Brown, Oklahoma, 2008 DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma, 2008 Gartrell Johnson, Colorado State, 2008 Ian Johnson, Boise State, 2008 Shawnbrey McNeal, SMU, 2009 Eddie Wide, Utah, 2009 Jeremy Avery, Boise State, 2009 Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State, 2010 JJ Di Luigi, BYU, 2010 Asher Clark, Air Force, 2010 Matt Asiata, Utah, 2010 Eddie Wide, Utah, 2010 Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State, 2010

*NCAA’s leading rusher

Rush Atts.-Yds. 22-63 20-28 15-29 15-45 13-27 13-23 16-30 7-28 13-26 14-25 12-20 18-75 9-11 10-18 6-27 9-32 13-54

Season Avg. 100.4 148.3 122.8 94.7 87.1 77.1 113.5 58.9 102.7 89.9 94.3 98.7 68.3 83.4 56.9 56.1 108.7

ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Auburn (36) 13-0 Oregon (23) 12-0 TCU (1) 12-0 Wisconsin 11-1 Stanford 11-1 Ohio State 11-1 Michigan State 11-1 Arkansas 10-2 Oklahoma 11-2 Boise State 11-1 LSU 10-2 Virginia Tech 11-2 Nevada 12-1 Missouri 10-2 Alabama 9-3 Oklahoma State 10-2 Nebraska 10-3 Texas A&M 9-3 South Carolina 9-4 Utah 10-2 Mississippi State 8-4 West Virginia 9-3 Florida State 9-4 Hawaii 10-3 Connecticut 8-4

1,473 1,462 1,379 1,289 1,283 1,179 1,101 1,085 976 932 863 817 759 705 628 622 608 601 332 312 288 283 188 111 74

USA TODAY TOP 25

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Oregon (34) 12-0 Auburn (24) 13-0 TCU (1) 12-0 Wisconsin 11-1 Stanford 11-1 Ohio State 11-1 Michigan State 11-1 Arkansas 10-2 Oklahoma 11-2 Boise State 11-1 Virginia Tech 11-2 LSU 10-2 Oklahoma State 10-2 Missouri 10-2 Nevada 12-1 Nebraska 10-3 Texas A&M 9-3 Alabama 9-3 Utah 10-2 South Carolina 9-4 West Virginia 9-3 Mississippi State 8-4 Florida State 9-4 UCF 10-3 Hawaii 10-3

(first-place votes in parentheses)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S

1,450 1,437 1,348 1,276 1,239 1,200 1,104 1,008 1,008 914 900 826 718 712 640 607 542 521 375 345 261 255 156 143 98


FROG SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES

A SIX-PEAT • TCU has had the first-team All-MWC return specialist all six seasons it has been in the league (Cory Rodgers, 2005; Brian Bonner, 2006-07; Jeremy Kerley, 2008-10). • Kerley has been named the MWC Special Teams Player of the Year the last two seasons. He’s only the second player in league history to be a two-time recipient of the honor. • At return specialist, Kerley is also just the seventh player to be a threetime first-team All-MWC selection. THE HUMAN HIGHLIGHT FILM • All-American Jeremy Kerley is one of just two players in the nation to rank in the top 17 in both punt returns (12.9 yards) and kickoff returns (28.0 yards). • Kerley is tied for 14th in kickoff returns and is 17th in punt returns. CHASING HISTORY • Kerley’s 1,299 career punt return yards rank second all-time at both TCU (Lindy Berry, 1,372, 1946-49) and the MWC (Dexter Wynn, Colorado State, 1,329, 2000-03). • Kerley totaled a season-best 195 return yards (172 kickoff, 23 punt) at SMU. MOMENTUM CHANGER • Jeremy Kerley has had a flair for the dramatic in providing a big return when TCU needs it most. • After SMU took a 17-14 lead early in the third quarter, Kerley responded with a career-long 83-yard return on the ensuing kickoff. TCU scored three plays later to take the lead for good. • With the Oregon State game tied at 14-14 late in the first half, Kerley had a 34-yard punt return to the Beavers’ 23. The Frogs scored four plays later to take a 21-14 halftime lead. DON’T FORGET HIM • Curtis Clay returned four punts for 87 yards against New Mexico, including a career-long 50-yard return. • Clay also had a 33-yard effort on his lone return versus San Diego State. • Clay averaged 24.0 yards on five punt returns. BLOCK PARTIES • Greg Burks had a team-high two punt blocks last season. • The Frogs have totaled 20 blocked kicks, including 16 punt blocks, since 2002. TAKING A BREAK • TCU did not punt against Air Force, marking its first game without a punt since a 45-14 victory at Colorado State on Nov. 25, 2006. YES, HE’S THE PUNTER • TCU punter Anson Kelton is a 6-foot-4, 280-pound former high school defensive end. • Kelton has a career-best 42.2 average this season. • Kelton had arguably his top game at TCU in the Fiesta Bowl. He averaged 48.4 yards on eight punts with three inside the 20. Included in his total were 62- and 65-yard punts for the second- and third-longest boots of his career. • Kelton had a career-best 72-yard punt in freezing temperatures at Air Force last season.

THE KING OF THE COFFIN CORNER • Over the last two seasons, Anson Kelton has placed 34 punts inside the 20 with just five touchbacks. ALMOST THE CENTURY MARK • Anson Kelton (280) weighs 95 more pounds than back-up punter Cale Patterson (185). THE COVER GAME • Opponents have returned just 15 of 39 TCU punts for a total of 108 yards (7.2 avg.). TACKLE TALLIES • Jurell Thompson has a team-best 16 tackles and two forced fumbles on special teams. • True freshman Travaras Battle is second on the Frogs with 15 special teams stops, including a TCU season-high four at New Mexico. • Below are TCU’s special teams tackles in 2010:

Name Jurell Thompson Travaras Battle Kenny Cain Curtis Clay Tanner Brock Greg Burks Malcolm Williams Jercell Fort Tyler Luttrell Colin Jones Tekerrein Cuba Kris Gardner Braylon Broughton Johnny Fobbs Tejay Johnson Kevin Sharples Alonzo Adams Corey Fuller Antoine Hicks Chris Scott Daniel Shelley Luke Shivers Jason Teague

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Tackles 16 (9 UT, 6 AT, 2 FF) 15 (10 UT, 5 AT, 1 FF) 12 (8 UT, 4 AT) 9 (4 UT, 5 AT) 7 (7 UT) 8 (4 UT, 4 UT) 10 (5 UT, 5 AT) 5 (3 UT, 2 AT) 5 (2 UT, 3 AT) 4 (2 UT, 2 AT) 3 (2 UT, 1 AT) 3 (2 UT, 1 AT) 2 (1 UT, 1 AT) 2 (2 AT) 2 (1 UT, 1 AT) 2 (1 UT, 1 AT) 1 (1 AT) 1 (1 AT) 1 (1 UT) 1 (1 UT) 1 (1 AT) 1 (1 AT) 1 (1 UT)

BOOMING THEM • Kickoff specialist Kevin Sharples has 14 touchbacks, nearly tripling his total of five from last season. • Sharples had a career-high tying four touchbacks versus Tennessee Tech. RESUME AVAILABLE • Kevin Sharples interned this fall in TCU’s IMG Sports office. • IMG Sports is TCU’s multi-media rightsholder. Sharples worked with corporate sponsors and assisting in the Frogs’ community relations efforts. SPLITTING THE UPRIGHTS • Ross Evans, who appeared on the 2010 Lou Groza Award Watch List, is 11-of-13 on field goals this season. • Over the last two years, Evans has made 26-of-31 attempts. • He is 42-of-51 on field goals in his career. • Evans had a season-long 43-yard field goal at Colorado State. MAKING HISTORY • Only a junior, Ross Evans is already TCU’s career leader in both extrapoints made (175) and attempted (188). • In the regular-season finale at New Mexico, Evans totaled a TCU singlegame record nine extra points. The previous mark of eight PATs had been accomplished six times, including twice by Evans.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

17


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

TCU - WISCONSIN BY THE NUMBERS

FROG TIDBITS

MAGIC NUMBER 17 • Under head coach Gary Patterson, TCU is 71-2 when allowing 17 points or less. THE TURNOVER STORY • Over the last six seasons, TCU is 54-1 when ahead (38-1) or even (16-0) in turnover margin and 11-10 when on the negative side. • TCU is plus-9 in turnover margin this season, tops in the MWC and tied for 19th nationally (+0.75 per game). • TCU was a season-best plus-3 at Utah. • The Frogs have not committed a turnover in four of their last 10 contests. • TCU has lost only seven fumbles this season • Since the start of the 2005 campaign, TCU is 65-11. In eight of the 11 defeats, the Frogs were minus-2 or worse in turnover margin. • The Frogs have posted at least one takeaway in 67 of their last 79 contests. BALL CONTROL • TCU has won 52 of its last 54 games when leading in time of possession. • TCU is tops in the MWC and second in the nation with an average TOP of 34:34, trailing only Stanford (35:08). • TCU has had the time of possession edge in 11 of 12 games this season. • The Frogs had a 40:51 to 19:09 edge in time of possession on San Diego State. • TCU held the ball for over 39 minutes against Utah (39:06 - 20:54) and Oregon State (39:23 - 20:37) with a 36:07 to 23:53 advantage on Baylor. PLAYING AHEAD • TCU has opened with a lead of at least 10-0 in 25 of its last 38 games. PRIVATE SCHOOLS • Since 2005, TCU has the best record among the 17 private institutions in the FBS:

Team 1. TCU 2. USC 3. BYU 4. Boston College 5. Tulsa 6. Miami (Fla.) 7. Notre Dame 8. Northwestern 9. Wake Forest 10. Stanford

W-L Pct. 65-11 .855 62-14 .816 55-21 .724 54-23 .701 51-25 .671 43-31 .581 42-32 .568 41-33 .554 40-35 .533 34-38 .472

Points Scored Points Scored/Game Opp. Points Scored Opp. Points Scored/Game

TCU WIS 520 520 43.3 43.3 137 246 11.4 20.5

First Downs Opp. First Downs 3rd-Down Conversions Pct. 4th-Down Conversions Pct. Rushing Attempts Yards Rushing Yards Rushing/Game Opp. Rushing Attempts Opp. Yards Rushing Opp. Yards Rush/Game

309 291 136 202 52.3 50.8 69.2 75.0 574 538 3,134 2,968 261.2 247.3 345 397 1,070 1,580 89.2 131.7

Passes Attempted Passes Completed Completion Pct. Yards Passing Yards Passing/Game Opp. Passes Attempted Opp. Passes Completed Opp. Completion Pct. Opp. Yards Passing Opp. Yards Pass/Game

308 255 203 190 65.9 74.5 2,764 2,434 230.3 202.8 302 344 145 194 48.0 56.4 1,515 2,302 126.2 191.8

Total Offensive Plays Total Yards Total Yards/Game Avg. Yards/Play Opp. Offensive Plays Opp. Total Yards Opp. Total Yards/Game Opp. Avg. Yards/Play

882 793 5,898 5,402 491.5 450.2 6.7 6.8 647 741 2,585 3,882 215.4 323.5 4.0 5.2

Avg. Poss. Time/Game Opp. Avg. Poss. Time/Game

34:34 32:39 25:26 27:21

• In addition to TCU, the other private schools are Baylor, Boston College, BYU, Duke, Miami (Fla.), Northwestern, Notre Dame, Rice, SMU, Stanford, Syracuse, Tulane, Tulsa, USC, Vanderbilt and Wake Forest. FINDING THE SCOREBOARD • At 228 games, TCU has the nation’s third-longest current streak for not being shut out. The Frogs haven’t been blanked since a 32-0 loss at Texas on Nov. 16, 1991: Team Games Last Shutout 1. Michigan 335 Oct. 20, 1984 at Iowa (26-0) 2. Florida 282 Oct. 29, 1988 vs. Auburn (16-0) 3. TCU 228 Nov. 16, 1991 at Texas (32-0) 4. Air Force 219 Dec. 31, 1992 vs. Mississippi (13-0) 5. Tennessee 209 Sept. 17, 1994 vs. Florida (31-0) • TCU’s streak of 228 games is 12th all-time. Florida State is 11th at 232 games (1988-06). • BYU is the all-time leader at 361 contests in a row (1975-03) without being shut out.

TCU - WISCONSIN TALE OF THE TAPE Average height and weight for both teams’ starting lineups: TCU WIS Offensive Line 6-4, 317 6-5, 321 Tight End 6-4, 265 6-4, 246 Quarterback 6-3, 220 6-3, 205 Running Back 5-11, 205 5-11, 223 Wide Receiver 6-0, 201 6-1, 197 Defensive Line 6-3, 279 6-4, 279 Linebacker 6-3, 242 6-1, 229 Secondary 6-0, 199 5-10, 197 Offensive System Defensive System

GOOD OMENS • A 27-0 win at Colorado State in this year’s Mountain West Conference opener was a sign of good things to come for the Frogs in league play. • In the four seasons (2005, 2008, 2009, 2010) they won their MWC opener, the Frogs posted a combined 31-1 league record. • In the two years (2006, 2007) it dropped its MWC opener, TCU had a combined league mark of 10-6.

18

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S

Multiple Multiple 4-2-5 4-3


FROG POWER • TCU was the only school in the nation last season to reach a BCS game in football, win at least one game at the College World Series in baseball and capture a national championship in another sport (rifle). SELECT COMPANY • TCU is one of just 20 schools to have won multiple national championships (1935, 1938) and produce a Heisman Trophy winner (Davey O’Brien, 1938). • The other schools are Alabama, Army, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Pittsburgh, SMU, Texas and USC. PLAYING STRAIGHT THROUGH • For the third straight year and fourth time in six seasons, TCU played 11 consecutive weeks to open its season. • After being one of only two teams (Florida International) to have an open date the first weekend last season, TCU played 12 straight weeks. • At 11-0 the last two seasons, 9-2 in 2008 and 10-1 in 2005, TCU is a combined 41-3 the last four times it played 11 straight weeks to open a campaign. HALF A CENTURY MARK • The 38-7 win over Air Force was the 50th home win in Gary Patterson’s 10-year tenure as head coach. He is now 51-6 at Amon G. Carter Stadium. HOME SWEET METROPLEX • Seven of TCU’s opening eight games were in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Included in the total were five home contests, a road game at SMU in Dallas and a neutral-site meeting with Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. BRING ON DAYLIGHT AND SATURDAYS • The Frogs are 32-1 in day games over the last six seasons and 33-10 at night. The NCAA constitutes a night game as starting at 5 p.m. or later. • TCU is 58-4 in Saturday contests dating back to the start of the 2005 campaign and 63-5 overall when playing on any day of the week other than Thursday. • During their run of success on Saturdays, the Frogs are 7-7 on other days of the week (1-0 on Sundays, 0-1 on Mondays, 2-0 on Tuesdays, 2-6 on Thursdays, 2-0 on Fridays). • Six of TCU’s 11 losses over the last six years have been on Thursdays. • TCU’s two wins on Tuesdays both came in the Poinsettia Bowl (2006 and 2008). WINNING AMONG THE BEST • Since taking over as TCU’s head coach, Gary Patterson ranks seventh nationally in wins.

Name Wins Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 108 Mack Brown, Texas 106 Jim Tressel, Ohio State 105 Urban Meyer, Florida, Utah, Bowling Green 103 Brian Kelly, Notre Dame, Cincinnati, Central Mich. 101 Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech 99 Gary Patterson, TCU 97 Mark Richt, Georgia 96

TCU IN THE MWC AND NCAA RANKINGS Number/ Team Category Average Total Defense (yards per game) 215.4 Scoring Defense (points per game) 11.4 Pass Defense (yards per game) 126.2 Pass Defense Efficiency (rating) 93.1 Opponent First Downs 136 Opponent Third-Down Conversions 21.9% (33-of-151) Time of Possession 34:34 Rushing Defense (yards per game) 89.2 Scoring Offense (points per game) 43.3 Pass Efficiency (rating) 167.4 Kickoff Returns (yards per attempt) 26.7 First Downs 309 Total Offense (yards per game) 491.5 Fourth-Down Conversions 69.2% (9-of-13) Red Zone Offense (score %) 87.9% (58-of-66) Turnover Margin +9 Punt Returns (yards per attempt) 14.8 Third-Down Conversions 52.4% (88-of-168) Rushing Offense (yards per game) 261.2 Kickoff Coverage (net yards per kick) 45.7 Opponent Fourth-Down Conversions 40.0% (6-of-15) Penalties (yards per game) 43.5 Net Punting (net yards per kick) 36.8 Sacks By 140 Pass Offense (yards per game) 230.3 Field Goals Percentage 84.6% (11-of-13) Sacks Against 9 Red Zone Defense (score %) 81.2% (13-of-16) PAT Kicking Percentage 92.9% (65-of-70) Opponent Penalties (yards per game) 38.8 Individuals Andy Dalton (pass efficiency rating) 167.0 Jeremy Kerley (all-purpose yards per game) 122.8 Jeremy Kerley (kick return average per attempt) 28.0 Jeremy Kerley (punt return average per attempt) 12.9 Andy Dalton (total offense per game) 253.8 Ed Wesley (rushing yards per game) 88.8 Ross Evans (scoring per game) 8.2 Ross Evans (scoring by kick per game) 8.2 Wayne Daniels (sacks per game) 0.54 Wayne Daniels (tackles for loss per game) 1.00 Ross Evans (field-goal percentage) 84.6% (11-of-13) Tejay Johnson (interceptions) 3 Jeremy Kerley (receptions per game) 4.17 Wayne Daniels (fumbles recovered) 2 Tanner Brock (fumbles recovered) 2 Alex Ibiloye (fumbles forced) 3 Andy Dalton (passing yards per game) 219.8 Colin Jones (tackles for loss per game) 0.88 Jeremy Kerley (scoring by TD per game) 6.0 Josh Boyce (receiving yards per game) 50.2 Ed Wesley (scoring by TD per game) 5.5 Tanner Brock (tackles per game) 8.1 Jeremy Kerley (scoring per game) 6.0

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

MWC NCAA Rank Rank 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 3rd 1st T-4th 1st 5th 1st 5th 1st 6th 1st 9th 1st 15th 1st T-17th 1st T-19th 2nd 5th 2nd 6th 2nd 8th 2nd N/A T-2nd T-18th 3rd T-33rd 3rd 51st 3rd T-52nd 3rd 53rd 3rd N/A T-3rd T-7th 4th T-53rd T-7th N/A 8th N/A

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd T-2nd 3rd 3rd T-3rd T-3rd T-3rd T-3rd 4th 4th 4th 5th 6th 6th 8th 9th

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

5th 43rd T-14th 17th 32nd 37th 39th N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A T-22nd 45th N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

19


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

PRESEASON PREDICTIONS • Included below is where TCU was picked and finished in preseason polls since Gary Patterson’s arrival in 1998:

Year Conference Prediction Finish 1998 WAC 6th, Mtn. Division T-5th, Mtn. Division 1999 WAC 1st T-1st 2000 WAC 1st T-1st 2001 C-USA 4th T-5th 2002 C-USA 4th T-1st 2003 C-USA 1st 2nd 2004 C-USA 4th T-7th 2005 MWC 6th 1st 2006 MWC 1st 2nd 2007 MWC 1st 5th 2008 MWC 3rd 2nd 2009 MWC 1st 1st 2010 MWC 1st 1st

• The 2010 Frogs were the first team in MWC history to be a unanimous firstplace pick. • Over the last two seasons, TCU has become just the fourth and fifth teams in the MWC’s 12-year history to finish first after being the preseason pick to win the league. • The Frogs’ previous two conference championships (2005, 2002) came after they were picked no higher than fourth. NFL DRAFT PICKS FROM MWC TEAMS • TCU 168, BYU 133, San Diego State 133, Utah 131, Colorado State 95, Wyoming 76, New Mexico 61, UNLV 42, Air Force 7. FROGS AND THE NFL • In Gary Patterson’s tenure as head coach, TCU has had 24 players drafted with a total of 47 in NFL camps. • Twelve former Frogs are on NFL rosters: 

Name Aaron Brown, RB Quincy Butler, CB Drew Coleman, CB Clint Gresham, DS David Hawthorne, LB Robert Henson, LB Jerry Hughes, DE Marshall Newhouse, OT Jason Phillips, LB Nic Richmond, OT LaDainian Tomlinson, RB Daryl Washington, LB

NFL Team Detroit St. Louis New York Jets Seattle Seattle Washington Indianapolis Green Bay Baltimore San Diego New York Jets Arizona

Years Lettered at TCU 2005-08 2004-05 2004-05 2007-09 2004-07 2005-08 2006-09 2006-09 2005-08 2006-09 1997-00 2006-09

WINNING SUCCESS • Gary Patterson ranks third among the winningest active FBS coaches.

Name 1. Urban Meyer, Florida 2. Bob Stoops, Oklahoma 3. Gary Patterson, TCU 4. Jim Tressel, Ohio State 5. Joe Paterno, Penn State 6. Mark Richt, Georgia 7. Brian Kelly, Notre Dame 8. Bobby Petrino, Arkansas 9. Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech 10. Steve Spurrier, South Carolina

Record Pct. 103-22 .824 128-31 .805 97-28 .776 240-79-2 .751 401-134-3 .748 96-33 .744 176-62-2 .738 64-23 .736 132-52 .717 186-73-2 .716

HOW TCU STACKS UP IN THE MOUNTAIN WEST Team Overall Pct. TCU 53-10 .841 Utah 94-39 .707 BYU 88-47 .652 Air Force 73-59 .553 Colorado St. 69-66 .511 New Mexico 62-72 .463 Wyoming 47-81 .367 UNLV 44-85 .341 San Diego St. 43-86 .333

TCU has the top-overall and league winning percentage in Mountain West Conference history.

TOP RECORDS SINCE 1998 (PATTERSON ARRIVAL AT TCU)

No. Team 1. Boise State 2. Ohio State 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma 5. Virginia Tech 6. TCU 7. Florida 8. USC 9. Georgia 10. Miami (Fla.) 11. Oregon 12. Wisconsin 13. LSU 14. Florida State 15. Nebraska 16. Tennessee 17. Michigan 18. Auburn 19. Boston College 20. Louisville

Record Pct. 138-26 .841 130-33 .798 131-34 .794 131-37 .780 128-38 .771 122-38 .763 125-39 .762 120-41 .745 121-44 .733 117-44 .727 116-45 .720 117-47 .713 116-48 .707 117-50 .701 115-51 .693 111-52 .681 108-52 .675 109-53 .673 107-55 .660 103-56 .648

MOST WINS THE LAST EIGHT YEARS (2003-2010)

No. Team 1. Boise State 2. USC 3. Ohio State Oklahoma 5. LSU 6. Texas 7. TCU Virginia Tech 9. Florida Utah 11. Auburn West Virginia Wisconsin 14. Georgia 15. Boston College Oregon Texas Tech

Wins 93 88 85 85 83 82 81 81 79 79 76 76 76 75 71 71 71

DID YOU KNOW? • TCU cornerback Greg McCoy (Woodrow Wilson in Dallas) is from one of only two high schools to produce two Heisman Trophy winners. • Davey O’Brien (1938, TCU) and Tim Brown (1987, Notre Dame) are also Woodrow Wilson graduates. • Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., produced Heisman winners John Huarte (1964, Notre Dame) and Matt Leinart (2004, USC).

20

MWC Pct. 33-7 .825 56-26 .683 59-23 .720 42-40 .512 41-41 .500 41-41 .500 24-58 .293 22-60 .268 30-52 .366

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


DEFENDING THEIR HOME • TCU has a school record 20-game home winning streak. • The streak is second all-time in Mountain West Conference history, trailing only Utah (21, 2007-10). The Utes’ streak was snapped by TCU’s 47-7 win on Nov. 6. • TCU’s 20 straight home wins rank third for the longest current streak in the nation (Oklahoma 36, Boise State 32). • Since 1999, TCU is 62-6 (.912) in its last 68 home games. • Under Gary Patterson as head coach, the Frogs have a 51-6 home record. • TCU hasn’t lost a Saturday home game since the 2004 season finale against Tulane. • In their last 10 home dates, the Frogs have allowed just 13 touchdowns and outscored their opponents 452-106 (an average margin of 45-11). • The Frogs have recorded five shutouts in their past 26 home dates. BEST HOME RECORDS SINCE 2003 • TCU is third nationally in home record (43-4, .915) over the last eight years: Team W-L Pct. 1. Boise State 50-1 .980 2. Oklahoma 49-1 .980 (a 17-10 loss to TCU in 2005) 3. TCU 43-4 .915 4. Ohio State 52-5 .912 5. USC 42-5 .894 6. LSU 50-7 .877 7. Troy 34-5 .872 8. Virginia Tech 45-7 .865 9. Texas Tech 42-8 .840 10. Texas 41-9 .820 ROAD WARRIORS • TCU’s MWC record 11-game road winning streak is currently the longest in the nation. The Frogs have also won 13 of their last 14 road contests. • TCU’s 38-14 mark (.731) in road and neutral-site games since 2003 is fourth nationally: Team W-L Pct. 1. USC 46-9 .836 2. Texas 42-10 .808 3. Boise State 41-11 .788 4. TCU 38-14 .731 5. LSU 34-13 .723 6. Ohio State 31-12 .721 7. Florida 35-16 .686 8. Georgia 35-17 .673 9. Auburn 28-14 .667 10. Virginia Tech 33-18 .647 • TCU snapped Utah’s MWC-record 21-game home win streak with a 47-7 victory (Nov. 6). • With a 17-10 win in 2005, TCU gave Oklahoma its only home loss since 2001. • Two of BYU’s five home losses the last six seasons are to TCU. • The Frogs have gone undefeated in road games the last two seasons. Prior to 2009, TCU hadn’t accomplished the feat since 1955.

TCU BY THE NUMBERS 2

Married players (Jake Kirkpatrick and Malcolm Williams)  on the TCU football team.

2

National championships won by TCU (1935 and 1938).

4

Top-10 rankings in the last six seasons for TCU.

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

25

Suites to be added on the West side of Amon G. Carter Stadium when the $105 million renovation occurs immediately after the 2010 season.

80

Years that TCU has been playing its home games at Amon G. Carter Stadium.

94

Miles per hour on Jeremy Kerley’s fastball as a member of the Hutto (Texas) High School baseball team.

114

Years TCU has been playing football.

1873

Year TCU was founded as AddRan Male and Female Academy in Thorp Spring, Texas.

1896

Year TCU played its first football game, an 8-6 win over Toby’s Business College.

FROG HOPS • As TCU’s head coach, Gary Patterson is 10-7 against ranked teams. • TCU is 5-5 since the NCAA adopted overtime play in 1996. • The Frogs are 7-5 in short-week games under Patterson. • TCU is 19-6 in regular-season games following a loss under Patterson. • The Frogs have never lost three in a row under Patterson. • TCU hasn’t dropped three straight since a four-game skid in the 1998 campaign. CHECKING THE LEDGER • After just three winning seasons in 13 years (1985-97), TCU has won 76.3 percent (122-38) of its games since 1998 when Gary Patterson arrived on campus as defensive coordinator. It’s the sixth-best mark nationally in that stretch. • TCU is 581-512-57 (.530) in its football history which began in 1896.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

21


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2010 MOUNTAIN WEST STANDINGS Team MWC Pct. Overall Pct. TCU 8-0 1.000 12-0 1.000 Utah 7-1 .875 10-2 .833 San Diego State 5-3 .625 8-4 .667 Air Force 5-3 .625 8-4 .667 BYU 5-3 .625 6-6 .500 Colorado State 2-6 .250 3-9 .250 UNLV 2-6 .250 2-11 .154 Wyoming 1-7 .125 3-9 .250 New Mexico 1-7 .125 1-11 .083 2010 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE BOWL SCHEDULE New Mexico Bowl BYU vs. UTEP Saturday, Dec. 18 Albuquerque, N.M. 1 p.m. (CT) - ESPN MAACO Las Vegas Bowl No. 20 Utah vs. No. 10 Boise State Wednesday, Dec. 22 Las Vegas, Nev. 7 p.m. (CT) - ESPN

TCU BY THE NUMBERS 1

TCU players who know AP style when writing a news release (Curtis Clay was a TCU media relations intern).

7

10-or-more win seasons in the last nine years (includes six 11-win campaigns)

13

Victories needed by Gary Patterson to surpass Dutch Meyer as TCU’s all-time winningest coach.

24

TCU players drafted by NFL teams during Gary Patterson’s tenure as head coach.

San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl San Diego State vs. Navy Thursday, Dec. 23 San Diego, Calif. 7 p.m. (CT) - ESPN AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl Air Force vs. Georgia Tech Monday, Dec. 27 Shreveport, La. 4 p.m. (CT) - ESPN2

60

Percent of the TCU undergraduate student population that’s female.

71

Wins by TCU, compared to two losses, when allowing 17 or fewer points under Patterson.

Rose Bowl Game presented by VIZIO No. 3 TCU vs. No. 5 Wisconsin Saturday, Jan. 1 Pasadena, Calif. 4 p.m. (CT) - ESPN

406

LaDainian Tomlinson’s NCAA single-game record for rushing yards (Nov. 20, 1999 vs. UTEP).

9,971

Songs downloaded into TCU football coach Gary Patterson’s iPod. CHARTING TCU’S 2010 OPPONENTS Opponent Record Bowl Game Oregon State 5-7 Season Over Tennessee Tech 5-6 Season Over Baylor 7-5 Texas Bowl - vs. Illinois SMU 7-6 Armed Forces Bowl - vs. Army Colorado State 3-9 Season Over Wyoming 3-9 Season Over BYU 6-6 New Mexico Bowl - vs. UTEP Air Force 8-4 Independence Bowl - vs. Georgia Tech UNLV 2-11 Season Over No. 20 Utah 10-2 Las Vegas Bowl - vs. Boise State San Diego State 8-4 Poinsettia Bowl - vs. Navy New Mexico 1-11 Season Over

22

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


TCU DEPTH CHART TCU OFFENSE LT LG C RG RT TE FB TB QB WR WR WR WR

61 56 55 77 76 64 73 78 74 70 62 75 84 80 86 48 34 29 32 30 14 4 12 2 6 81 13 82 83 85 11 88 81

Marcus Cannon James Dunbar Kyle Dooley Spencer Thompson Jake Kirkpatrick James Fry Eric Tausch Josh Vernon Ty Horn Zach Roth Jeff Olson John Wooldridge Evan Frosch Logan Brock Corey Fuller Luke Shivers Ed Wesley Matthew Tucker Waymon James Aundre Dean Andy Dalton Casey Pachall Yogi Gallegos Curtis Clay Bart Johnson Alonzo Adams Antoine Hicks Josh Boyce Jonathan Jones Jeremy Kerley Skye Dawson Jimmy Young Alonzo Adams

TCU SPECIALISTS PK SN H KO P KR PR

37 50 6 38 47 85 7 85

Ross Evans Daniel Shelley Bart Johnson Kevin Sharples Anson Kelton Jeremy Kerley Greg McCoy Jeremy Kerley

TCU DEFENSE 6-6 6-6 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-4 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0

350 305 315 305 305 290 295 300 320 316 282 310 265 260 255 220 200 210 203 215 220 208 208 193 195 190 212 203 215 192 175 208 190

Sr. RFr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. RFr. Sr. RFr. Sr. Jr. RFr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. RFr. So. Sr. RFr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. RFr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

5-9 6-1 6-0 5-9 6-4 5-10 5-10 5-10

185 228 195 185 280 192 181 192

Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Travaras Battle, CB Braylon Broughton, DE Tekerrein Cuba, S Evan Frosch, TE Yogi Gallegos, QB Alex Ibiloye, S Tejay Johnson, S Elisha Olabode, CB Casey Pachall, QB Zach Roth, OT Luke Shivers, FB D.J. Yendrey, DT

TRUH-VAR-US Bray-Lunn BROT-tun Tuh-CARE-un FRAW-sh GUY-yeah-GOSE ee-BEE-loy-yay T.J. EE-lie-SHUH O-LUH-Bode PAW-HALL ROETH SHIV-urs YEN-DREE

LE NT DT RE MLB SLB SS FS WS CB CB

90 99 95 57 93 94 99 96 91 52 35 33 40 43 51 28 17 16 3 21 9 1 27 15 18 7 6

Stansly Maponga Braylon Broughton Clarence Leatch Cory Grant Jeremy Coleman D.J. Yendrey Braylon Broughton Wayne Daniels Matt Anderson Ross Forrest Tanner Brock Kris Gardner Greg Burks Tank Carder Kenny Cain Colin Jones Tyler Luttrell Jurell Thompson Tejay Johnson Johnny Fobbs Alex Ibiloye Tekerrein Cuba Jason Teague Malcolm Williams Travaras Battle Greg McCoy Elisha Olabode

6-2 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10

260 272 257 305 290 268 272 250 235 246 246 238 222 237 210 208 214 216 212 203 195 210 197 200 180 181 182

RFr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

CAREER STARTS BY TCU PLAYERS No. Player 1. Andy Dalton, QB 2. Tejay Johnson, S 3. Marcus Cannon, OT 4. Kelly Griffin, NT 5. Jimmy Young, WR 6. Tank Carder, LB Wayne Daniels, DE Kyle Dooley, OG Jake Kirkpatrick, C 10. Cory Grant, DT 11. Josh Vernon, OG 12. Evan Frosch, TE 13. Jeremy Kerley, WR 14. Alex Ibiloye, S Bart Johnson, WR 16. Antoine Hicks, WR 17. Colin Jones, S 18. Greg McCoy, CB Jason Teague, CB Ed Wesley, TB 21. Tanner Brock, LB 22. Stansly Maponga, DE 23. Tyler Luttrell, S Zach Roth, OT 25. Logan Brock, TE Tekerrein Cuba, S 27. Josh Boyce, WR 28. D.J. Yendrey, DT 29. Jeff Olson, OT 30. Spencer Thompson, OG 31. Curtis Clay, WR Skye Dawson, WR Blaize Foltz, OG 34. Ross Forrest, DE Jonathan Jones, WR Matthew Tucker, TB

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

Starts 48 37 35 34 32 25 25 25 25 24 23 22 20 18 18 17 16 14 14 14 12 11 9 9 8 8 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 1 1 1

23


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S 24

TCU TWO-DEEP PLAYER BRIEFS TCU OFFENSE LT 61 Marcus Cannon 56 James Dunbar LG 55 Kyle Dooley 77 Spencer Thompson C 76 Jake Kirkpatrick 64 James Fry RG 78 Josh Vernon 74 Ty Horn RT 70 Zach Roth 62 Jeff Olson 75 John Wooldridge TE 84 Evan Frosch 80 Logan Brock 86 Corey Fuller FB 48 Luke Shivers TB 34 Ed Wesley 29 Matthew Tucker 32 Waymon James 30 Aundre Dean QB 14 Andy Dalton 4 Casey Pachall 12 Yogi Gallegos WR 2 Curtis Clay 6 Bart Johnson WR 13 Antoine Hicks 82 Josh Boyce 83 Jonathan Jones WR 85 Jeremy Kerley 11 Skye Dawson WR 88 Jimmy Young 81 Alonzo Adams

6-6 6-6 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-8 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-4 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0

350 305 315 305 305 290 300 320 316 282 310 265 260 255 220 200 210 203 215 220 208 208 193 195 212 203 215 192 175 208 190

Sr. RFr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. RFr. Sr. Jr. RFr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. RFr. So. Sr. RFr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. RFr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

Ranked by ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. as the fifth-best OT in 2011 NFL Draft; Two-time first-team All-MWC Former high school fullback who is one of three Frogs from Class A Maud (Texas) High School Former walk-on who made 20 consecutive starts before missing two games due to injury this season Started three games this season; Finance major, minoring in accounting and communications 2010 Rimington Trophy winner and Rotary Lombardi Award finalist; Can dunk a basketball Has seen action in eight games this season In his second year as a starter; One of three Irving MacArthur (Texas) High School graduates on team Redshirted last season in his first year on campus In his first year as a starter; JC transfer limited to four games in 2009 due to injury Has made four starts, three at right tackle and one at left tackle A 2009 redshirt; Biology major who was an all-state wrestler in high school Honorable-mention All-MWC the last two seasons; All 20 career receptions are in TCU victories Older brother of TCU LB Tanner Brock; Five starts in ‘10; Tops TCU TEs with six catches for 110 yards Former high school cornerback with five picks as a junior; Has two receptions for 30 yards Converted linebacker who has scored eight TDs on 17 career touches; Four rushing TDs in 2010 Doak Walker Award semifinalist; Tops TCU with 1,065 yards; Frogs’ first 1,000-yard rusher since 2003 Second on TCU with 694 yards rushing; 15 TDs in just 25 games; Season-best 131 yards vs. SDSU His 489 yards (5.9 per carry) place third on TCU; Career-high 102 yards vs. SDSU; Four-star recruit High school teammate of Andy Dalton and Parade All-American; 223 yards rushing (7.0 per carry) in ‘10 Two-time MWC Offensive Player of the Year; Davey O’Brien and Maxwell Award semifinalist Four-star recruit who spurned offers from Florida and Notre Dame for TCU; Has played in eight games Played in two games in ‘10; 60.5 completion pct., 2,401 yards, 15 TDs as a senior at Irving HS TCU media relations intern last two summers; Five catches this year; Career-high 18 receptions in ‘09 Avid fisherman; Second-team Academic All-American; Third on TCU with 30 catches this season 12 catches in ‘10; HS quarterback who originally signed with Texas; 10 TDs on just 32 touches in ‘09 Second on TCU with 33 receptions; Two 100-yard games in ‘10; 93-yard TD catch at Utah His father, Paul, was a TCU defensive end and three-year letterman (1982-84); Three catches in ‘09 Tops TCU with 50 catches and 10 receiving TDs; Career-high 8 receptions with 3 TDs in SDSU game Sprinter for TCU track and field team; 12 receptions on the year with four coming vs. Oregon State Grad student; Fifth all-time at TCU in receptions (142) and receiving TDs (13), second in yards (2,259) Second in Houston area with 71 catches as a high school senior; Contributes on special teams

TCU DEFENSE LE 90 Stansly Maponga 99 Braylon Broughton 95 Clarence Leatch NT 57 Cory Grant 93 Jeremy Coleman DT 94 D.J. Yendrey 99 Braylon Broughton RE 96 Wayne Daniels 91 Matt Anderson 52 Ross Forrest MLB 35 Tanner Brock 33 Kris Gardner 40 Greg Burks SLB 43 Tank Carder 51 Kenny Cain SS 28 Colin Jones 17 Tyler Luttrell 16 Jurell Thompson FS 3 Tejay Johnson 21 Johnny Fobbs WS 9 Alex Ibiloye 1 Tekerrein Cuba CB 27 Jason Teague 15 Malcolm Williams 18 Travaras Battle CB 7 Greg McCoy 6 Elisha Olabode

6-2 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-10

260 272 257 305 290 268 272 250 235 246 246 238 222 237 210 208 214 216 212 203 195 210 197 200 180 181 182

RFr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Added 31 pounds since coming to TCU; Second on Frogs’ defensive line with 29 tackles; 2 1/2 sacks Didn’t play football until junior year of HS; Had a TFL and PBU at Utah; Recorded a sack at CSU Nephew of former Frog and All-MWC safety Stephen Hodge; Has played in four games Grad student and two-time All-MWC pick; 5 TFL with 3 1/2 sacks in ‘10; 1 1/2 TFL with a sack vs. BYU Six tackles in ‘10; Had sacks against Virginia and New Mexico to open and close ‘09 regular season Has started the last four games; Third on TCU with three sacks; Ran on relay team in track in HS Didn’t play football until junior year of HS; Had a TFL and PBU at Utah; Recorded a sack at CSU First-team FWAA All-American; Unanimous first-team All-MWC; Team-high 12 TFL and 6 1/2 sacks True freshman who was a high school running back last year, averaging 14.1 yards per carry Made his first career start (LE) in SDSU game; Former walk-on who received a medical hardship in ‘09 First-team All-MWC; Tops TCU with 97 tackles; Career-high 12 stops with an Int. at Utah Has aspirations of being a stand-up comedian; Nephew of TCU linebackers coach Tony Tademy Special teams star; Huge block on Jeremy Kerley PR vs. Baylor; Had both of TCU’s punt blocks in ‘09 First-team AFCA All-American and MWC Defensive Player of the Year; Former BMX world champion Has totaled 27 tackles this season; Third on TCU with 12 special teams stops A high school running back; Second-team All-MWC; Second on TCU with 70 stops and 10 1/2 TFL Moved from fourth-team receiver to starting safety in ‘09 camp; Late Int. to preserve shutout vs. Wyo. Four-star signee; 22 tackles, including a sack, in ‘10; Tops TCU with 16 special teams stops Jim Thorpe Award finalist; Knows sign language; 56 stops are third on TCU; Team-high 3 Int. and 3 FF Seven tackles in ‘10; Two stops with a TFL vs. Wyoming and AFA; Scout Team Defensive MVP in ‘07 Grad student; Forced three fumbles vs. Tenn. Tech; Has 36 tackles with 4 1/2 TFL; Seven stops at Utah Seven career starts including four games in ‘10; Fifth on TCU with 45 tackles; Career-high 12 vs. Wyo. Originally an LSU signee; In his first year as a starter; Team-high 7 PBU with 2 Int. and 2 FF Moved this season from safety to cornerback; Four-star recruit who originally signed with Oklahoma True freshman and early enrollee in the spring; Second on TCU with 15 special teams tackles One of the fastest Frogs with a 4.32 in the 40; 25 tackles and five PBUs; Two picks in last three games True freshman who totaled five return TDs (three on punts) last year at Cedar Hill HS; Eight stops in ‘10

TCU SPECIALISTS PK 37 Ross Evans H 6 Bart Johnson SN 50 Daniel Shelley KO 38 Kevin Sharples P 47 Anson Kelton KR 85 Jeremy Kerley 7 Greg McCoy PR 85 Jeremy Kerley

5-9 6-0 6-1 5-9 6-4 5-10 5-10 5-10

185 195 228 185 280 192 181 192

Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

11-of-13 on FGs this season and 42-of-51 in his career; TCU’s all-time leader in PATs (175) In his second season as the holder; Has at least one reception in 34 consecutive games First year as the snapper; Last two TCU snappers (Jared Retkofsky, Clint Gresham) reached the NFL Grad student handling kickoff duties for the second straight year; Has 14 touchbacks this season Has a career-best 42.2 average this season; 34 punts inside 20 with five touchbacks the last two years Two-time MWC Special Teams Player of the Year; Hornung Award finalist; Averaging 28.0 yards 33.4 average this season; Had a TCU record 35.9 mark in ‘09, including an 81-yard TD at Wyoming One of only two players nationally in the top 20 in PR and KR; Two punt returns for TDs last season

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


TCU NUMERICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Last School) 1 Tekerrein Cuba S 6-4 210 JR-2L Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 2 Curtis Clay WR 6-0 193 SR-3L Lockhart, Texas (Lockhart) 3 Tejay Johnson S 6-1 212 SR-3L Garland, Texas (South Garland) 4 Willie Leiss WR 6-1 180 SR-SQ Hurst, Texas (L.D. Bell) 4 Casey Pachall QB 6-4 208 FR-RS Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood) 6 Bart Johnson WR 6-0 195 SR-3L Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood) 6 Elisha Olabode CB 5-10 182 FR-HS Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) 7 Logan Hodges WR 5-10 170 FR-HS Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield) 7 Greg McCoy CB 5-10 181 JR-2L Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson) 9 Alex Ibiloye S 6-0 195 SR-3L Garland, Texas (South Garland) 9 Billy Pizor WR 6-0 185 SR-SQ Katy, Texas (Taylor) 10 John Brown WR 6-3 200 SR-SQ Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley NW) 10 Matt Brown QB 6-1 185 FR-HS Allen, Texas (Allen) 11 Skye Dawson WR 5-10 175 SO-1L Mesquite, Texas (Dallas Christian) 12 Brian Alexis CB 5-9 160 SO-SQ Fort Worth, Texas (Country Day) 12 Yogi Gallegos QB 6-1 208 SO-SQ Irving, Texas (Irving) 13 Antoine Hicks WR 6-2 212 JR-2L Arlington, Texas (Timberview) 14 Andy Dalton QB 6-3 220 SR-3L Katy, Texas (Katy) 15 Rick Settle QB 5-11 205 FR-RS Olathe, Kan. (Olathe East) 15 Malcolm Williams CB 5-11 200 SR-1L Grand Prairie, Texas (S. Grand Prairie)/Trinity Valley CC 16 Chris Atterberry WR 5-11 175 SO-SQ Forney, Texas (Forney) 16 Jurell Thompson S 5-11 216 SO-1L Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider) 17 Sam Carter QB 6-0 205 FR-HS Alief, Texas (Hastings) 17 Tyler Luttrell S 6-1 214 SR-2L Weatherford, Texas (Weatherford) 18 Travaras Battle CB 6-0 180 FR-HS San Antonio, Texas (John Jay) 19 Antonio Graves S 6-1 210 FR-HS Texarkana, Texas (Plesant Grove) 19 Garrett Winsett WR 5-9 180 JR-SQ Austin, Texas (McNeil) 20 Ethan Grant TB/WR 5-10 175 FR-HS Coconut Creek, Fla. (North Broward) 21 Johnny Fobbs S 6-1 203 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Everman) 21 Patrick McDonald WR 6-0 200 SO-SQ New Vernon, N.J. (Madison) 22 Jercell Fort TB 5-11 195 JR-1L Los Angeles, Calif. (Hamilton) 23 Johnny Catalano WR 5-10 170 FR-HS Plano, Texas (Trinity Christian Acacemy) 23 Trenton Thomas S 6-0 190 FR-RS Brenham, Texas (Brenham) 24 Danny Heiss S 6-0 199 FR-HS Aledo, Texas (Aledo) 24 Dwight Smith TB 5-10 218 FR-HS Carthage, Texas (Carthage) 25 Ryan Hightower FB 5-9 220 SR-SQ Albuquerque, N.M. (La Cueva) 25 Kevin White CB 5-10 174 FR-HS Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point) 26 Jai Cavness TB 5-8 205 JR-2L Houston, Texas (Thurgood Marshall) 26 Devin Johnson CB 5-10 188 SO-SQ Oklahoma City, Okla. (Moore) 27 Jason Teague CB 6-2 197 SR-1L Carthage, Texas (Carthage)/Tyler JC 28 Colin Jones S 6-0 208 SR-3L Bridgeport, Texas (Bridgeport) 29 Matthew Tucker TB 6-1 210 SO-1L Tyler, Texas (Chapel Hill) 30 Aundre Dean TB 6-0 215 SO-TR Katy, Texas (Katy)/UCLA 30 Geoff Hooker S 5-10 180 FR-HS Sherman, Texas (Sherman) 31 Cale Patterson P 5-11 185 SO-SQ Kenilworth, Ill. (New Trier) 31 Chris Scott S 5-10 185 SO-1L Baton Rouge, La. (Southern Lab) 32 Waymon James TB 5-8 203 FR-RS Sherman, Texas (Sherman) 33 Kris Gardner LB 6-1 238 JR-2L Arlington, Texas (Martin) 34 Ed Wesley TB 5-9 200 SO-1L Irving, Texas (MacArthur) 35 Tanner Brock LB 6-3 246 SO-1L Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) 35 Michael Dunn WR 5-11 170 FR-RS Nashville, Tenn. (Ensworth) 36 Sam Hall WR 6-0 185 SO-HS Cleveland, Texas (The Woodlands Christian Acad.) 36 Chris Kim S 5-9 175 FR-RS Newton, Mass. (Newton South) 37 Ross Evans PK 5-9 185 JR-2L Burnet, Texas (Burnet) 37 Kitt Livingston S 6-1 180 FR-RS La Jolla, Calif. (La Jolla) 38 Kevin Sharples PK 5-9 185 SR-1L The Woodlands, Texas (Oak Ridge) 38 Sam Shutt WR 6-0 190 SO-SQ Savannah, Tenn. (Hardin County) 39 Joel Hasley S 6-1 205 FR-RS Aledo, Texas (Aledo) 40 Greg Burks LB 6-1 222 SO-1L Houston, Texas (Spring Woods) 40 Justin Rose TE 6-2 230 JR-SQ Houston, Texas (North Shore)/Texas Lutheran

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Last School) 41 Jonathan Anderson S 6-1 196 FR-HS Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll) 42 Blake Roberts LB 6-4 225 FR-HS Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 43 Tank Carder LB 6-3 237 JR-2L Sweeny, Texas (Sweeny) 44 David Stoltzman LB 6-0 212 SO-SQ Southlake, Texas (Carroll) 46 Ryan DeNucci PK 5-10 170 FR-HS Austin, Texas (L.C. Anderson) 47 Anson Kelton P 6-4 280 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Aledo) 48 Luke Shivers FB 6-0 220 JR-2L Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse) 49 Stephen Bryant TE 6-5 220 FR-HS New Deal, Texas (New Deal) 50 Daniel Shelley SN 6-1 228 SO-SQ Austin, Texas (Hyde Park Baptist) 51 Joseph Bates SN 6-2 240 JR-SQ Cherry Hill, N.J. (East)/Monmouth 51 Kenny Cain LB 6-1 210 SO-1L Metairie, La. (John Curtis Christian) 52 Ross Forrest DE 6-4 246 SO-1L Odessa, Texas (Permian) 53 David Johnson DT 6-2 270 FR-HS Argyle, Texas (Argyle) 54 Marcus Mallet LB 6-1 216 FR-HS Cleveland, Texas (Cleveland) 55 Kyle Dooley OG 6-3 315 JR-2L Papillion, Neb. (La Vista) 56 Christopher Cisi LB 5-9 195 FR-RS Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Westlake) 56 James Dunbar OT 6-6 305 FR-RS New Boston, Texas (Maud) 57 Cory Grant DT 6-2 305 SR-2L Houston, Texas (Alief Elsik) 58 Bryant House DT 6-4 267 FR-RS Maud, Texas (Maud) 58 Nick Tutcher OL 6-4 255 FR-RS Houston, Texas (St. John’s School) 59 Logan Sligar LB 5-11 235 SO-1L Marietta, Ga. (Pope) 60 Matt Johnston OT 6-5 300 FR-RS Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus) 61 Marcus Cannon OT 6-6 350 SR-3L Odessa, Texas (Odessa) 62 Jeff Olson OT 6-4 282 JR-1L McKinney, Texas (McKinney North) 63 Justin Trejo OG 6-4 305 SO-SQ St. Paul, Minn. (Cretin-Derham Hall) 64 James Fry C 6-3 290 SO-SQ Spring Branch, Texas (Smithson Valley) 65 Sean Cady DL 6-3 200 FR-RS Austin, Texas (St. Michael’s) 65 Michael Rosner C 6-3 295 SO-1L Sugar Land, Texas (Dulles) 66 Blaize Foltz OG 6-4 310 SO-1L Derby, Kan. (Rose Hill) 67 Michael Clifford OL 6-3 285 FR-RS Paris, Texas (Paris) 68 Trevius Jones OT 6-3 310 SO-SQ Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 69 Kelly Griffin NT 6-1 310 SR-3L Irving, Texas (MacArthur) 70 Zach Roth OT 6-6 316 SR-SQ Garden City, Kan. (Holcomb)/Garden City CC 71 Michael Thompson C 6-4 315 FR-HS Farmersville, Texas (Farmersville) 73 Eric Tausch C 6-3 295 FR-RS Plano, Texas (Jesuit College Prep) 74 Ty Horn OT 6-5 320 FR-RS McGregor, Texas (Midway) 75 Steven Spencer DE 5-11 235 FR-HS Oceanside, Calif. (Vista) 75 John Wooldridge OT 6-5 310 FR-RS Houston, Texas (Episcopal) 76 Jake Kirkpatrick C 6-3 305 SR-3L Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 77 Spencer Thompson OT 6-4 305 JR-1L Plainview, Texas (Plainview) 78 Josh Vernon OG 6-2 300 SR-2L Irving, Texas (MacArthur) 79 Nykiren Wellington OT 6-6 275 FR-HS San Antoino, Texas (Holmes) 80 Logan Brock TE 6-3 260 JR-2L Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) 81 Alonzo Adams WR 6-0 190 SR-2L Houston, Texas (Westside)/Tyler JC 82 Josh Boyce WR 6-0 203 FR-RS Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) 83 Jonathan Jones WR 6-4 215 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Everman) 84 Evan Frosch TE 6-4 265 SR-3L Midland, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 85 Jeremy Kerley WR 5-10 192 SR-3L Hutto, Texas (Hutto) 86 Corey Fuller TE 6-6 255 SO-1L La Vernia, Texas (La Vernia) 87 Robert Deck TE 6-4 270 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic) 88 Jimmy Young WR 6-1 208 SR-3L Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish) 89 Walker Dille TE 6-4 242 SO-1L Sugar Land, Texas (Clements) 90 Stansly Maponga DE 6-2 260 FR-RS Carrollton, Texas (Hebron) 91 Matt Anderson DE 6-3 235 FR-HS Vanderbilt, Texas (Industrial) 92 Ray Burns NT 6-1 290 FR-RS New Boston, Texas (Maud) 93 Jeremy Coleman NT 6-2 290 SO-1L Missouri City, Texas (Fort Bend Marshall) 94 D.J. Yendrey DT 6-4 268 SO-1L Edna, Texas (Edna) 95 Clarence Leatch DE 6-4 257 SR-2L Tatum, Texas (Tatum) 96 Wayne Daniels DE 6-2 250 SR-3L Kilgore, Texas (Kilgore) 97 Jon Koontz DL 6-2 230 FR-RS Aledo, Texas (Aledo) 98 Clifton Murphy DE 6-4 230 FR-HS Little Elm, Texas (Little Elm) 99 Braylon Broughton DE 6-6 272 JR-1L Dallas, Texas (Hillcrest)

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

25


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L 2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E N O T E S 26

TCU ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Last School) 81 Alonzo Adams WR 6-0 190 SR-2L Houston, Texas (Westside)/Tyler JC 12 Brian Alexis CB 5-9 160 SO-SQ Fort Worth, Texas (Country Day) 41 Jonathan Anderson S 6-1 196 FR-HS Corpus Christi, Texas (Carroll) 91 Matt Anderson DE 6-3 235 FR-HS Vanderbilt, Texas (Industrial) 16 Chris Atterberry WR 5-11 175 SO-SQ Forney, Texas (Forney) 51 Joseph Bates SN 6-2 240 JR-SQ Cherry Hill, N.J. (East)/Monmouth 18 Travaras Battle CB 6-0 180 FR-HS San Antonio, Texas (John Jay) 82 Josh Boyce WR 6-0 203 FR-RS Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) 80 Logan Brock TE 6-3 260 JR-2L Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) 35 Tanner Brock LB 6-3 246 SO-1L Copperas Cove, Texas (Copperas Cove) 99 Braylon Broughton DE 6-6 272 JR-1L Dallas, Texas (Hillcrest) 10 John Brown WR 6-3 200 SR-SQ Overland Park, Kan. (Blue Valley NW) 10 Matt Brown QB 6-1 185 FR-HS Allen, Texas (Allen) 49 Stephen Bryant TE 6-5 220 FR-HS New Deal, Texas (New Deal) 40 Greg Burks LB 6-1 222 SO-1L Houston, Texas (Spring Woods) 92 Ray Burns NT 6-1 290 FR-RS New Boston, Texas (Maud) 65 Sean Cady DL 6-3 200 FR-RS Austin, Texas (St. Michael’s) 51 Kenny Cain LB 6-1 210 SO-1L Metairie, La. (John Curtis Christian) 61 Marcus Cannon OT 6-6 350 SR-3L Odessa, Texas (Odessa) 43 Tank Carder LB 6-3 237 JR-2L Sweeny, Texas (Sweeny) 17 Sam Carter QB 6-0 205 FR-HS Alief, Texas (Hastings) 23 Johnny Catalano WR 5-10 170 FR-HS Plano, Texas (Trinity Christian Acacemy) 26 Jai Cavness TB 5-8 205 JR-2L Houston, Texas (Thurgood Marshall) 56 Christopher Cisi LB 5-9 195 FR-RS Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Westlake) 2 Curtis Clay WR 6-0 193 SR-3L Lockhart, Texas (Lockhart) 67 Michael Clifford OL 6-3 285 FR-RS Paris, Texas (Paris) 93 Jeremy Coleman NT 6-2 290 SO-1L Missouri City, Texas (Fort Bend Marshall) 1 Tekerrein Cuba S 6-4 210 JR-2L Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 14 Andy Dalton QB 6-3 220 SR-3L Katy, Texas (Katy) 96 Wayne Daniels DE 6-2 250 SR-3L Kilgore, Texas (Kilgore) 11 Skye Dawson WR 5-10 175 SO-1L Mesquite, Texas (Dallas Christian) 30 Aundre Dean TB 6-0 215 SO-TR Katy, Texas (Katy)/UCLA 87 Robert Deck TE 6-4 270 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Nolan Catholic) 46 Ryan DeNucci PK 5-10 170 FR-HS Austin, Texas (L.C. Anderson) 89 Walker Dille TE 6-4 242 SO-1L Sugar Land, Texas (Clements) 55 Kyle Dooley OG 6-3 315 JR-2L Papillion, Neb. (La Vista) 56 James Dunbar OT 6-6 305 FR-RS New Boston, Texas (Maud) 35 Michael Dunn WR 5-11 170 FR-RS Nashville, Tenn. (Ensworth) 37 Ross Evans PK 5-9 185 JR-2L Burnet, Texas (Burnet) 21 Johnny Fobbs S 6-1 203 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Everman) 66 Blaize Foltz OG 6-4 310 SO-1L Derby, Kan. (Rose Hill) 52 Ross Forrest DE 6-4 264 SO-1L Odessa, Texas (Permian) 22 Jercell Fort TB 5-11 195 JR-1L Los Angeles, Calif. (Hamilton) 84 Evan Frosch TE 6-4 265 SR-3L Midland, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 64 James Fry C 6-3 290 SO-SQ Spring Branch, Texas (Smithson Valley) 86 Corey Fuller TE 6-6 255 SO-1L La Vernia, Texas (La Vernia) 12 Yogi Gallegos QB 6-1 208 SO-SQ Irving, Texas (Irving) 33 Kris Gardner LB 6-1 238 JR-2L Arlington, Texas (Martin) 57 Cory Grant DT 6-2 305 SR-2L Houston, Texas (Alief Elsik) 20 Ethan Grant TB/WR 5-10 175 FR-HS Coconut Creek, Fla. (North Broward) 19 Antonio Graves S 6-1 210 FR-HS Texarkana, Texas (Plesant Grove) 69 Kelly Griffin NT 6-1 310 SR-3L Irving, Texas (MacArthur) 36 Sam Hall WR 6-0 185 SO-HS Cleveland, Texas (The Woodlands Christian Acad.) 39 Joel Hasley S 6-1 205 FR-RS Aledo, Texas (Aledo) 24 Danny Heiss S 6-0 199 FR-HS Aledo, Texas (Aledo) 13 Antoine Hicks WR 6-2 212 JR-2L Arlington, Texas (Timberview) 25 Ryan Hightower FB 5-9 220 SR-SQ Albuquerque, N.M. (La Cueva) 7 Logan Hodges WR 5-10 170 FR-HS Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield) 30 Geoff Hooker S 5-10 180 FR-HS Sherman, Texas (Sherman) 74 Ty Horn OT 6-5 320 FR-RS McGregor, Texas (Midway) 58 Bryant House DT 6-4 267 FR-RS Maud, Texas (Maud) 9 Alex Ibiloye S 6-0 195 SR-3L Garland, Texas (South Garland)

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Last School) 32 Waymon James TB 5-8 203 FR-RS Sherman, Texas (Sherman) 6 Bart Johnson WR 6-0 195 SR-3L Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood) 53 David Johnson DT 6-2 270 FR-HS Argyle, Texas (Argyle) 26 Devin Johnson CB 5-10 188 SO-SQ Oklahoma City, Okla. (Moore) 3 Tejay Johnson S 6-1 212 SR-3L Garland, Texas (South Garland) 60 Matt Johnston OT 6-5 300 FR-RS Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus) 28 Colin Jones S 6-0 208 SR-3L Bridgeport, Texas (Bridgeport) 83 Jonathan Jones WR 6-4 215 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Everman) 68 Trevius Jones OT 6-3 310 SO-SQ Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 47 Anson Kelton P 6-4 280 JR-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Aledo) 85 Jeremy Kerley WR 5-10 192 SR-3L Hutto, Texas (Hutto) 36 Chris Kim S 5-9 175 FR-RS Newton, Mass. (Newton South) 76 Jake Kirkpatrick C 6-3 305 SR-3L Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 97 Jon Koontz DL 6-2 230 FR-RS Aledo, Texas (Aledo) 95 Clarence Leatch DE 6-4 257 SR-2L Tatum, Texas (Tatum) 4 Willie Leiss WR 6-1 180 SR-SQ Hurst, Texas (L.D. Bell) 37 Kitt Livingston S 6-1 180 FR-RS La Jolla, Calif. (La Jolla) 17 Tyler Luttrell S 6-1 214 SR-2L Weatherford, Texas (Weatherford) 54 Marcus Mallet LB 6-1 216 FR-HS Cleveland, Texas (Cleveland) 90 Stansly Maponga DE 6-2 260 FR-RS Carrollton, Texas (Hebron) 7 Greg McCoy CB 5-10 181 JR-2L Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson) 21 Patrick McDonald WR 6-0 200 SO-SQ New Vernon, N.J. (Madison) 98 Clifton Murphy DE 6-4 230 FR-HS Little Elm, Texas (Little Elm) 6 Elisha Olabode CB 5-10 182 FR-HS Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill) 62 Jeff Olson OT 6-4 282 JR-1L McKinney, Texas (McKinney North) 4 Casey Pachall QB 6-4 208 FR-RS Brownwood, Texas (Brownwood) 31 Cale Patterson P 5-11 185 SO-SQ Kenilworth, Ill. (New Trier) 9 Billy Pizor WR 6-0 185 SR-SQ Katy, Texas (Taylor) 42 Blake Roberts LB 6-4 225 FR-HS Tyler, Texas (Robert E. Lee) 40 Justin Rose TE 6-2 230 JR-SQ Houston, Texas (North Shore)/Texas Lutheran 65 Michael Rosner C 6-3 295 SO-1L Sugar Land, Texas (Dulles) 70 Zach Roth OT 6-6 316 SR-SQ Garden City, Kan. (Holcomb)/Garden City CC 31 Chris Scott S 5-10 185 SO-1L Baton Rouge, La. (Southern Lab) 15 Rick Settle QB 5-11 205 FR-RS Olathe, Kan. (Olathe East) 38 Kevin Sharples PK 5-9 185 SR-1L The Woodlands, Texas (Oak Ridge) 50 Daniel Shelley SN 6-1 228 SO-SQ Austin, Texas (Hyde Park Baptist) 48 Luke Shivers FB 6-0 220 JR-2L Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse) 38 Sam Shutt WR 6-0 190 SO-SQ Savannah, Tenn. (Hardin County) 59 Logan Sligar LB 5-11 235 SO-1L Marietta, Ga. (Pope) 24 Dwight Smith TB 5-10 218 FR-HS Carthage, Texas (Carthage) 75 Steven Spencer DE 5-11 235 FR-HS Oceanside, Calif. (Vista) 44 David Stoltzman LB 6-0 212 SO-SQ Southlake, Texas (Carroll) 73 Eric Tausch C 6-3 295 FR-RS Plano, Texas (Jesuit College Prep) 27 Jason Teague CB 6-2 197 SR-1L Carthage, Texas (Carthage)/Tyler JC 23 Trenton Thomas S 6-0 190 FR-RS Brenham, Texas (Brenham) 16 Jurell Thompson S 5-11 216 SO-1L Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider) 71 Michael Thompson C 6-4 315 FR-HS Farmersville, Texas (Farmersville) 77 Spencer Thompson OT 6-4 305 JR-1L Plainview, Texas (Plainview) 63 Justin Trejo OG 6-4 305 SO-SQ St. Paul, Minn. (Cretin-Derham Hall) 29 Matthew Tucker TB 6-1 210 SO-1L Tyler, Texas (Chapel Hill) 58 Nick Tutcher OL 6-4 255 FR-RS Houston, Texas (St. John’s School) 78 Josh Vernon OG 6-2 300 SR-2L Irving, Texas (MacArthur) 79 Nykiren Wellington OT 6-6 275 FR-HS San Antoino, Texas (Holmes) 34 Ed Wesley TB 5-9 200 SO-1L Irving, Texas (MacArthur) 25 Kevin White CB 5-10 174 FR-HS Round Rock, Texas (Stony Point) 15 Malcolm Williams CB 5-11 200 SR-1L Grand Prairie, Texas (S. Grand Prairie)/Trinity Valley CC 19 Garrett Winsett WR 5-9 180 JR-SQ Austin, Texas (McNeil) 75 John Wooldridge OT 6-5 310 FR-RS Houston, Texas (Episcopal) 94 D.J. Yendrey DT 6-4 268 SO-1L Edna, Texas (Edna) 88 Jimmy Young WR 6-1 208 SR-3L Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


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 272: vs. Boise State, 2009 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 258: vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 249: vs. Houston, 2007 Texas Bowl 225: vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED

44: vs. Boise State, 2009 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 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

25: vs. Boise State, 2009 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 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 PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 6: vs. Georgia, 1942 Orange Bowl

MOST TIMES PUNTED

14: vs. LSU, 1936 Sugar Bowl

BEST PUNTING AVERAGE 49.8: vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com 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

19: Jeff Ballard vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl 17: Davey O’Brien vs. Carnegie Tech, 1939 Sugar Bowl

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS

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

MOST YARDS RECEIVING

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 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

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

MOST PUNT RETURNS

MOST RUSHES

5: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. USC, 1998 Sun 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

275: Jeff Ballard vs. Iowa State, 2005 EV1.net Houston Bowl 272: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2009 Tostitos Fiesta 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

TCU BOWL RECORDS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

6: Brian Bonner vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS

89: Brian Bonner vs. Northern Illinois, 2006 Poinsettia Bowl

MOST KICKOFF RETURNS

MOST KICKOFF YARDS RETURNS

91: LaDainian Tomlinson vs. USC, 1998 Sun Bowl 89: LaTarence Dunbar vs. Texas A&M, 2001 galleryfurniture.com Bowl

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

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED

44: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2009 Tostitos Fiesta 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 COMPLETED

25: Andy Dalton vs. Boise State, 2009 Fiesta Bowl 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

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

Andy Dalton was named MVP for both the 2007 Texas Bowl and 2008 Poinsettia Bowls while leading TCU to wins both years.

27


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

81

82

ALONZO ADAMS

WIDE RECEIVER

SENIOR I 6-0 I 190 I 2L

COPPERAS COVE HS

WESTSIDE HS / TYLER JC 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Appeared in all 12 games … his lone reception was an 11-yard grab in the Frogs’ 62-7 win against Tennessee Tech … contributed one tackle on special teams.

ADAMS’ CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 38/0 (12/0 in 2010, 13/0 in 2009; 13/0 in 2008) Receptions: 1 for 11 yards in 2010, 1 for 5 yards in 2008

MATT ANDERSON

DEFENSIVE END

FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 235 I HS

INDUSTRIAL HS 2010 | FRESHMAN SEASON One of three true freshmen to see action for TCU in 2010, joining defensive backs Travaras Battle and Elisha Olabode ... appeared in nine games, totaling four tackles ... recorded his first career stop against Oregon State ... amassed a season-high two tackles versus the Beavers ... earned his first tackle for loss and forced fumble in the Frogs’ 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech ... also posted tackles against MWC foes Air Force and UNLV.

ANDERSON’S CAREER STATS

18

2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Rivals.com second-team freshman All-American ... CollegeFootballNews.com honorablemention freshman All-American ... exploded onto the collegiate scene after a redshirting in 2009, pacing all TCU receivers with 602 receiving yards, playing in 12 games ... also leads all Frogs by averaging 50.2 receiving yards per game, ranking sixth in the Mountain West Conference ... his 33 receptions are second on the team and the most by a TCU freshman since Cory Rodgers’ 37 in 2003 ... earned starts in six of the last seven games for the Frogs ... ranks fourth among TCU offensive players in touchdowns (6) and scoring (36) ... recorded two 100+ yard performances ... totaled a career-high 127 yards on eight receptions against BYU, reaching the end zone on grabs of 20 and 35 yards ... his eight catches against BYU were the most in a game by a Frog since Donald Massey had eight in a 2006 and he totaled the most receiving yards by a TCU freshman since Rodgers had 171 on six catches at Houston in 2003 ... had a breakout game at Utah, pulling in three catches for 126 and two touchdowns ... had a 93-yard TD catch against the Utes that is listed as the third longest play from scrimmage in TCU history ... he tallied a 54-yard touchdown grab against UNLV ... recorded his first career score on a 24-yard pass in the Frogs’ 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech ... enjoyed multi-catch outputs in nine of TCU’s 12 games ... posted a reception in all but one game.

BOYCE’S CAREER STATS

VANDERBILT, TEXAS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2010 8/0 3 1 4 Totals 8/0 3 1 4

TFL 1.0-5 1.0-5

QBS INT PBU FR FF 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 1

TR AVA R A S BAT TLE

CORNERBACK

FRESHMAN I 6-0 I 180 I HS

RECEIVING Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2010 12/6 33 602 18.2 6 93 Totals 12/6 33 602 18.2 6 93

2010 GAME-BY-GAME-STATS

RECEIVING Opponent Rec Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 1 5 5.0 0 5 Tennessee Tech 3 70 23.3 1 32 Baylor 3 28 9.3 0 13 SMU 1 8 8.0 0 8 Colorado State 4 44 11.0 0 17 Wyoming 0 0 0.0 0 0 BYU 8 127 15.9 2 35 Air Force 3 49 16.3 0 27 UNLV 2 64 32.0 1 54 Utah 3 126 42.0 2 93 SDSU 2 31 15.5 0 19 New Mexico 3 50 16.7 0 28 Totals 33 602 18.2 6 93

BOYCE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS RECEIVING Receptions: 8 vs. BYU in 2010 Yards: 127 vs. BYU in 2010

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS JOHN JAY HS

80

2010 | FRESHMAN SEASON One of three true freshmen to see action for TCU in 2010, joining defensive end Matt Anderson and defensive back Elisha Olabode ... made an immediate impact for TCU at cornerback and on special teams coverage, appearing in all 12 games ... ranks second on the team in special teams tackles, totaling 14 stops ... posted his first career tackle against Baylor ... enjoyed a career-high four tackles and forced a fumble at New Mexico ... also made a pair of stops against Colorado State and Air Force.

Long: 93 at Utah in 2010 Touchdowns: 2, 2x; last at Utah in 2010

LOGAN BROCK

TIGHT END

JUNIOR I 6-3 I 260 I 2L

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS

BATTLE’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2010 12/0 10 6 16 Totals 12/0 10 6 16

RS FRESHMAN I 6-0 I 203 I RS

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS

HOUSTON, TEXAS

91

JOSH BOYCE

WIDE RECEIVER

COPPERAS COVE HS TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS INT PBU FR FF 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0 1

2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Made five starts while appearing in all 12 games … topped all TCU tight ends with six receptions for 110 yards … hauled in touchdown grabs in the last two games of the regular season ... his first collegiate touchdown reception was an 15-yard grab in the 40-35 win over San Diego State and the final game in the current Amon G. Carter Stadium … also scored on a 21-yard grab at New Mexico ... had a career-long 29-yard catch versus Baylor … recorded the first multi-catch game of his career with a pair against Wyoming ... also had a 23-yard reception at Utah.

BROCK’S CAREER STATS

RECEIVING

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

28

GP/S Rec 13/0 0 12/1 5 12/5 6 37/6 11

Yds Avg TD Long 0 0.0 0 0 67 13.4 0 18 110 18.3 2 29 177 16.1 2 29

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


35

TANNER BROCK

LINEBACKER

SOPHOMORE I 6-3 I 246 I 1L

COPPERAS COVE, TEXAS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2008 3/0 1 0 1 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 13/0 3 5 8 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 1 1 0 2010 12/0 5 6 11 2.0-3 1.0-1 0 2 1 0 Totals 28/0 9 11 20 3.5-5 1.0-1 0 3 2 0

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

COPPERAS COVE HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON SI.com honorable-mention All-American ... earned first-team All-Mountain West Conference considerations after leading TCU’s defense in tackles (97) and fumble recoveries (2) ... SI.com Midseason All-American ... listed eighth overall in the MWC with an 8.1 average tackles per game ... recorded a career-high 12 tackles at Utah, earning MWC Defensive Player of the Week honors ... also hauled in his first career interception against the Utes, returning the ball 57 yards to the Utah 4 to set up a TCU touchdown ... led TCU in tackles seven times this season ... turned in a career-high eight solo stops against BYU ... also tallied seven solo tackles against Air Force and San Diego State ... recorded double-digit tackles in four of TCU’s eight MWC games (Colorado State, BYU, Utah, New Mexico) ... contributed seven stops on special teams ... enjoyed fumble recoveries against Tennessee Tech and Colorado State ... chipped in a tackle for loss in half of TCU’s 12 games ... posted sacks against Tennessee Tech, SMU and San Diego State.

BROCK’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2009 13/0 21 11 32 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 1 1 2010 12/12 53 44 97 5.5-15 2.0-9 1 3 2 0 Totals 25/12 74 55 129 6.5-17 2.0-9 1 3 3 1

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 3 3 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Tennessee Tech 2 7 9 1.5-7 0.5-4 0 0 1 0 Baylor 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 2 2 4 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 1 0 0 Colorado State 5 5 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 Wyoming 3 4 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 8 3 11 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 7 1 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 3 3 6 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 6 6 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1 0 0 SDSU 7 2 9 0.5-3 0.5-3 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 4 7 11 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 53 44 97 5.5-15 2.0-9 1 3 2 0

BROCK’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 1 2 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 Baylor 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Colorado State 1 0 1 1.0-1 1.0-1 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 0 1 1 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 SDSU 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 5 6 11 2.0-3 1.0-1 0 2 1 0

BROUGHTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 3 at SMU in 2010 Solo Tackles: 2 vs. Air Force in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at Colorado State in 2010 Sacks: 1.0 at Colorado State in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 3x; last at Utah in 2010 Fumble Recoveries: 1, 2x; last vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010

40

GREG BURKS

LINEBACKER

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 222 I 1L

HOUSTON, TEXAS SPRING WOODS HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON A major contributor on special teams, while adding depth at linebacker … saw action in all 12 games... enjoyed a pair of tackles against Baylor, Wyoming and New Mexico ... has tacked on a stop in six of TCU’s 12 games this fall.

BURKS’ CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Tackles: 12 at Utah in 2010 Solo Tackles: 8 vs. BYU in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.5 vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 Sacks: 1.0 at SMU in 2010 Interceptions: 1 at Utah in 2010 Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Texas State in 2009 Fumble Recoveries: 1, 3x; last at Colorado State in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 3x; last at Utah in 2010

99

BROUGHTON’S CAREER STATS

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

DEFENSE

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP/S UT AT TT 13/0 2 1 3 12/0 9 0 9 25/0 11 1 12

51

BRAYLON BROUGHTON

DEFENSIVE END

JUNIOR I 6-6 I 272 I 1L

TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 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

KENNY CAIN

LINEBACKER

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 210 I 1L

METAIRIE, LA.

JOHN CURTIS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

DALLAS, TEXAS HILLCREST HS

2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Gave TCU solid depth at the defensive end position … played in all 12 regular season games … registered 11 tackles, including five solo stops, during the year ... recorded his first career sack in the 27-0 win at Colorado State ... totaled 2.0 tackles for loss this fall ... set a single-game career-high with three tackles against SMU ... tallied two tackles, one for a loss, and recovered a fumble in the 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech ... contributed a stop in seven of TCU’s 12 games ... also notched a pair of pass deflections and pass breakups.

2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in all 12 games … 11 of his 27 season tackles came on special teams … exploded for a career-high five tackles in back-to-back games against Air Force and UNLV ... had three tackles, one for a loss, and recovered a fumble in the 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech ... tallied a stop in all but one game this season.

CAIN’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2009 8/0 2 2 4 2010 12/0 18 9 27 Totals 20/0 20 11 31

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 1 1 0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 1 1 0

29


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

61

MARCUS CANNON

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

SENIOR I 6-6 I 350 I 3L

SENIOR I 6-0 I 193 I 3L

LOCKHART, TEXAS

ODESSA, TEXAS

LOCKHART HS

ODESSA HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Rivals.com third-team All-American ... SI.com honorable-mention All-American ... had a dominant season at left tackle … a first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection … ranked fifth among offensive tackles for the 2011 NFL Draft by ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Jr.started all 12 games … anchors an offensive line that led TCU to single-season records in touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) ... instrumental in TCU tying for seventh nationally in allowing just 0.75 sacks per game … has also helped the Horned Frogs rank fourth in scoring (43.3 points per game), seventh in the country in total offense (491.5 yards per game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game).

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Sure-handed receiver and a major contributor on special teams ... one of only three Frogs to play in all 51 games in the last four seasons, joining fellow wide outs Bart Johnson and Jimmy Young ... hauled in five receptions for 44 yards this season ... enjoyed a two-catch performance against Tennessee Tech ... also had catches against Oregon State, Baylor and SMU ... tallied nine tackles on kick and punt coverage ... served as an impressive punt returner in the latter stages of the season, averaging 24.0 yards per return ... totaled 87 yards on four returns at New Mexico ... was recognized as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes TCU Athlete of the Year by the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of the FCA.

CANNON’S CAREER STATS

CLAY’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 49/36 (12/12 in 2010; 13/13 in 2009; 11/11 in 2008; 13/0 in 2007)

43

TANK CARDER

LINEBACKER

JUNIOR I 6-2 I 237 I 2L

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 2009 13/0 18 241 13.4 3 47 2010 12/1 5 44 8.8 0 13 Totals 51/2 34 407 12.0 3 47

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

SWEENY, TEXAS SWEENY HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON AFCA first-team All-American ... Associated Press second-team All-American ... CBSSports. com second-team All-American ... SI.com honorable-mention All-American ... a first-team AllMountain West Conference selection ... started all 12 games ... anchors a Frog defense that leads the nation in total defense (215.4 yards) ... totaled 54 tackles, including 6.5 for loss and 2.5 sacks ... sits behind only senior safety Tejay Johnson (167) on the career active tackles list with 148 stops ... matched his career-high with 10 tackles against UNLV, including one tackle for loss ... also led TCU in tackles against SMU with eight stops ... contributed sacks against Tennessee Tech, Colorado State and Air Force ... tallied his lone interception of the year against BYU ... recorded a tackle in all but one game (San Diego State) ... listed a tackle for loss in four of the Frogs’ final five games ... frustrated quarterbacks with a pass breakup in five games ... had a fumble recovery against New Mexico.

CARDER’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2008 11/0 4 5 9 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 2009 13/13 51 38 89 10.0-29 2.0-8 1 10 1 1 2010 12/12 31 23 54 6.5-19 2.5-12 1 5 1 0 Totals 36/25 86 66 152 17.5-49 4.5-20 2 16 2 1

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 3 0 3 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 3 2 5 0.5-5 0.5-5 0 0 0 0 Baylor 5 1 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 SMU 5 3 8 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Colorado State 5 1 6 1.5-2 1.0-1 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 2 2 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 BYU 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1 0 0 Air Force 2 0 2 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 0 0 0 UNLV 3 7 10 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 1 4 5 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 New Mexico 1 3 4 0.5-2 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 Totals 31 23 54 6.5-19 2.5-12 1 5 1 0

RECEIVING Opponent Rec Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 1 13 13.0 0 13 Tennessee Tech 2 12 6.0 0 6 Baylor 1 11 11.0 0 11 SMU 1 8 8.0 0 8 Colorado State 0 0 0.0 0 0 Wyoming 0 0 0.0 0 0 BYU 0 0 0.0 0 0 Air Force 0 0 0.0 0 0 UNLV 0 0 0.0 0 0 Utah 0 0 0.0 0 0 SDSU 0 0 0.0 0 0 New Mexico 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 5 44 8.8 0 13

CLAY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

RECEIVING Receptions: 3, 2x; last vs. Colorado State in 2009 Yards: 70 vs. Colorado State in 2009 Long: 47 yards vs. Colorado State in 2009 Touchdowns: 1, 3x; last vs. Boise State in 2009

93

JEREMY COLEMAN

NOSE TACKLE

SOPHOMORE I 6-2 I 290 I 1L

MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS FORT BEND MARSHALL HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Saw extensive action on the defensive line, playing in 11 games ... totaled six tackles during the year ... recorded a multi-tackle performance, including a tackle for loss, in the 62-7 win against Tennessee Tech ... registered stops in four of the Frogs’ first five games.

COLEMAN’S CAREER STATS

CARDER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 10, 2x; last at UNLV in 2010 Solo Tackles: 7 vs. New Mexico in 2009 Tackles for Loss: 4.0-11 vs. New Mexico in 2009 Sacks: 1.0, 4x; last vs. Air Force in 2010 Pass Breakups: 2, 3x; last vs. UNLV in 2009 Fumbles Forced: 1 at Wyoming in 2009 Fumbles Recovered: 1, 2x; last at New Mexico in 2010 Interceptions: 1, 2x; last vs. BYU in 2010

30

2

CURTIS CLAY

WIDE RECEIVER

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2009 13/0 6 3 9 2.5-9 2.0-8 0 0 0 0 2010 11/0 2 4 6 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 24/0 8 7 15 3.0-10 2.0-8 0 0 0 0

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


14

COLEMAN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE: Tackles: 2, 3x; last vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 Solo Tackles: 1, 8x; last vs. Baylor in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 2x; last vs. New Mexico in 2009 Sacks: 1.0, 2x; last vs. New Mexico in 2009

1

ANDY DALTON

QUARTERBACK

SENIOR I 6-3 I 220 I 3L

KATY, TEXAS

TEKERREIN CUBA

SAFETY

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 210 I 2L

TYLER, TEXAS ROBERT E. LEE HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Appeared in all 12 games, starting five ... ranks fifth on the TCU defense in tackles ... recorded a career-high 12 tackles, nine solo, against Wyoming ... followed that performance with nine total tackles at home against BYU ... contributed a tackle for loss in road wins at Colorado State and New Mexico ... his lone pass breakup of the season came at CSU ... also played a major part on special teams, tallying three tackles ... currently sits seventh among active TCU tackle leaders.

CUBA’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2008 7/0 7 5 12 2009 10/2 15 6 21 2010 12/5 30 15 45 Totals 29/7 52 26 78

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

TFL 0.5-1 0.0-0 2.0-3 2.5-4

QBS INT PBU FR FF 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 0.0-0 0 2 0 0

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Baylor 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Colorado State 5 1 6 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Wyoming 9 3 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 5 4 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 3 4 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 3 2 5 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 15 45 2.0-3 0.0-0 0 1 0 0

CUBA’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 12 vs. Wyoming in 2010 Solo Tackles: 9 vs. Wyoming in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at New Mexico in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 2x at Colorado State in 2010

KATY HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Manning Award finalist ... Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award finalist ... Davey O’Brien Award semifinalist ... Maxwell Award semifinalist ... one of 15 “Players to Watch” for the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award ... Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year ... SI.com honorable-mention All-American ... first-team All-Mountain West Conference ... finished ninth in Heisman Trophy voting, including four first-place votes ... Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week (at Utah) ... Rivals.com National Offensive Player of the Week (at Utah) ... earned an ESPN.com Helmet Sticker after his performance at Baylor ... a three-time Manning Award Star of the Week (Baylor, Wyoming, Utah) ... also a three-time MWC Offensive Player of the Week (Baylor, BYU, Utah) ... ranks fifth in the nation in passing efficiency with a 167.03 rating, boasting his second consecutive season in the top 10 ... has thrown for a TCU single-season record 26 touchdown passes with just six interceptions ... his 66.2 completion percentage is on pace to set another TCU single-season mark ... fourth on TCU in rushing with 407 yards on a career-best 5.3 per carry average ... produced three of the top-seven single-game completion percentages in TCU history ... completed 21-of-23 passes for 267 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in a 45-10 win over Baylor ... was 21-of-26 passing for a career-high 355 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in a 47-7 victory at No. 5 Utah ... has completed 67.4 percent (116-of-172) of his passes with 20 touchdowns and just two picks since getting engaged Oct. 6 ... has become the Mountain West Conference career leader in total offense (11,678 yards) and plays from scrimmage (1,698) ... thrown a touchdown pass in a Mountain West Conference record 20 consecutive games ... TCU’s career leader in every major passing record ... directs a TCU offense that ranks fourth nationally in scoring (43.3 points) and seventh in total offense (491.5 yards) ... TCU has set singleseason school records for touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) ... the Frogs have scored in all but one quarter this season.

DALTON’S CAREER STATS

PASSING Year GP/S C-A-I Pct Yds TD Lng 2007 13/12 222-371-11 59.8 2459 10 70 2008 11/11 182-307-5 59.3 2242 11 65 2009 13/13 199-323-8 61.6 2756 23 75 2010 12/12 194-293-6 66.2 2638 26 93 Totals 49/48 797-1294-30 61.2 10095 70 93

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

RUSHING Att Yds Avg TD Lng 98 232 2.4 5 19 113 432 3.8 8 24 116 512 4.4 3 18 77 407 5.3 5 47 404 1583 3.9 21 47

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

PASSING RUSHING Opponent C-A-I Pct Yds TD Lng Att Yds Avg TD Lng Oregon State 17-27-2 63.0 175 1 52 15 64 4.3 2 12 Tennessee Tech 15-21-0 71.4 182 1 32 5 23 4.6 1 19 Baylor 21-23-0 91.3 267 2 37 4 26 6.5 0 13 SMU 14-26-2 53.8 174 1 41 7 43 6.1 0 14 Colorado State 11-24-0 45.8 109 1 39 10 67 6.7 0 16 Wyoming 14-17-0 82.4 270 3 50 4 42 10.5 0 15 BYU 24-36-0 66.7 273 4 35 7 16 2.3 0 20 Air Force 11-20-1 55.0 185 1 38 7 93 13.3 1 47 UNLV 16-23-0 69.6 252 2 54 6 30 5.0 1 18 Utah 21-26-0 80.8 355 3 93 5 14 2.8 0 5 SDSU 21-36-1 58.3 240 4 38 6 -3 -0.5 0 8 New Mexico 9-14-0 64.3 156 3 45 1 -8 -8.0 0 -8 Totals 194-27-6 66.3 2482 23 93 77 407 5.3 5 47

DALTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

PASSING Attempts: 45, 2x; vs. Air Force, vs. Utah in 2007 Completions: 29 vs. Air Force in 2007 Yards: 355 at Utah in 2010 Touchdowns: 4, 4x; last vs. San Diego State in 2010 Long Completion: 93 yards to Josh Boyce at Utah in 2010 Completion Pct.: 91.3% vs. Baylor in 2010 RUSHING Attempts: 19 at Clemson in 2009 Yards: 93 vs. Air Force in 2010 Touchdowns: 2, 5x; last vs. Oregon State in 2010 Long Gain: 47 yards vs. Air Force in 2010

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

31


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

96

WAYNE DANIELS

DEFENSIVE END

SENIOR I 6-2 I 250 I 3L

KILGORE HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON First-team All-American by the FWAA ... SI.com honorable-mention All-American ... first-team All-Mountain West Conference in his second season as a starter … leads TCU with a careerhigh 6.5 sacks and 12.0 tackles for loss … also equals sophomore linebacker Tanner Brock for the team lead with two fumble recoveries ... his recoveries came against Tennessee Tech and Colorado State ... has recovered a fumble in all four seasons of action, six overall for his career ... ranks seventh on the squad with 33 stops … opened the season with a TFL in the first seven games ... all three tackles against Oregon State came from behind the line of scrimmage, highlighted by a pair of sacks ... Daniels also forced a fumble against the Beavers ... tallied a season-high five tackles against SMU ... posted four-tackle outputs against Tennessee Tech, BYU and New Mexico.

DANIELS’ CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2006 9/0 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 2007 Redshirt 2008 12/0 8 3 11 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0 1 0 2009 13/13 20 30 50 9.0-40 5.5-33 0 3 2 1 2010 12/12 17 16 33 12.0-46 6.5-35 0 1 2 2 Totals 46/25 46 49 95 22.0-91 13.0-73 0 4 6 3

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 3 0 3 3.0-12 2.0-10 0 0 0 1 Tennessee Tech 1 3 4 2.0-13 1.5-12 0 0 1 0 Baylor 2 0 2 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 2 3 5 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Colorado State 2 1 3 1.0-3 1.0-3 0 0 1 0 Wyoming 1 1 2 1.0-3 1.0-3 0 0 0 0 BYU 1 3 4 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Utah 1 0 1 1.0-7 1.0-7 0 0 0 1 SDSU 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 2 2 4 2.0-6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 17 16 33 12.0-46 6.5-35 0 1 2 2

DANIELS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 8 at Clemson in 2009 Solo Tackles: 4, 3x; last vs. Colorado State in 2009 Tackles for Loss: 3.0-12 vs. Oregon State in 2010 Sacks: 2.0 vs. Oregon State in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 4x; last at UNLV in 2010 Fumble Recoveries: 1, 6x; last at Colorado State in 2010 Fumbles Forced: 1, 3x; last at Utah in 2010

SKYE DAWSON

WIDE RECEIVER

SOPHOMORE I 5-10 I 175 I 1L

MESQUITE, TEXAS DALLAS CHRISTIAN HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON A speedster on the outside that played in 11 games, starting in two ... exploded in the seasonopener against Oregon State, recording a career-high four receptions for 69 yards ... enjoyed a season-long 52 yard grab against the Beavers to set up a TCU touchdown ... returned three kicks, including a career-long 44 yarder, in the Frogs’ 40-35 win against San Diego State ... contributed a reception in five of the Frogs’ first six games ... hauled in a 43-yard catch against Wyoming ... also snared a 24-yard reception at Utah ... a sprinter on the TCU track team, Dawson also carried the ball four times.

32

RUSHING

RECEIVING

Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2009 12/0 13 111 8.5 0 25 0 0 0.0 0 0 2010 11/2 4 4 1.0 0 5 12 170 14.2 0 52 Totals 23/2 17 115 6.8 0 25 12 170 14.2 0 52

DAWSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

KILGORE, TEXAS

11

DAWSON’S CAREER STATS

RUSHING Attempts: 3, 2x; last vs. Utah in 2009 Yards: 47 vs. Colorado State in 2009 Long Gain: 25 yards vs. Colorado State in 2009 RECEIVING Receptions: 4, vs. Oregon State in 2010 Yards: 69 vs. Oregon State in 2010 Long: 52 yards vs. Oregon State in 2010

30

AUNDRE DEAN

TAILBACK

SOPHOMORE I 6-0 I 215 I TR

KATY, TEXAS

KATY HS / UCLA 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Provided depth in the Horned Frog backfield, appearing in eight games ... recorded a careerhigh 223 yards on 32 carries ... concluded the regular season at New Mexico with his best output, totaling 55 yards on seven attempts, highlighted by his first career touchdown ... the score came on a 5-yard scamper ... ripped off a season-long rush of 35 yards at UNLV ... finished with 47 yards against the Rebels ... enjoyed six rushes for 39 yards versus Wyoming ... one of five Frogs with triple-digit rushing yardage.

DEAN’S CAREER STATS

RUSHING Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Long 2008 6/0 10 22 2.2 0 7 2009 Redshirted 2010 8/0 32 223 7.0 1 35 Totals 14/0 42 245 5.8 1 35

DEAN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS RUSHING Attempts: 7 at New Mexico in 2010 Yards: 55 at New Mexico in 2010 Long: 35 yards at UNLV in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 at New Mexico in 2010

55

KYLE DOOLEY

OFFENSIVE GUARD

JUNIOR I 6-3 I 315 I 2L

PAPILLION, NEB. LA VISTA HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Former walk-on who started nine games at left guard … instrumental in TCU tying for seventh nationally in allowing just 0.75 sacks per game … has also helped the Horned Frogs rank fourth in scoring (43.3 points per game), seventh in the country in total offense (491.5 yards per game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game).

DOOLEY’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 33/27 (10/9 in 2010; 13/13 in 2009; 10/5 in 2008)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


56

21

JAMES DUNBAR

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

RS FRESHMAN I 6-6 I 305 I RS

SAFETY

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 203 I 2L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

NEW BOSTON, TEXAS

EVERMAN HS

MAUD HS

2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Added depth to the safety position … appeared in 10 games … two of his seven tackles came on special teams ... tallied two stops, including a tackle for loss, at home against Wyoming and Air Force ... other tackles came against Oregon State, Tennessee Tech and Utah.

2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Played in all 12 games, providing depth on the offensive line.

DUNBAR’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 12/0 in 2010

37

JOHNNY FOBBS

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

FOBBS’ CAREER STATS

DEFENSE

ROSS EVANS

PLACEKICKER

JUNIOR I 5-9 I 185 I 2L

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP/S UT AT TT 8/0 3 0 3 13/0 0 1 1 10/0 4 3 7 31/0 7 4 11

QBS INT PBU FR FF 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0

FOBBS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 2, 3x, last vs. Air Force in 2010 Solo Tackles: 2, 2x, last vs. Air Force in 2010

BURNET, TEXAS BURNET HS

52

2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Appeared on the watch list for the Lou Groza Award, honoring the nation’s top placekicker …ranks second in the Mountain West Conference in scoring with 98 points while tying for 40th nationally at 8.2 points per game … set a TCU single-game record with nine extra points in the 66-17 win at New Mexico … scored in double figures in the Frogs’ final three games ... accounted for ten points in the 40-35 win over San Diego State ... made his first eight field goal attempts of the season ... kicked a season-long 43-yard field goal at Colorado State … had a field goal in eight of the 12 games with three contests of multiple kicks made … 11-of13 on field goals and 65-70 on PAT’s for the season.

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 2009 13 15-18 83.3 0-0 8-9 4-4 3-5 0-0 48 0 61-63 106 2010 12 11-13 84.6 1-1 5-6 4-4 1-2 0-0 43 0 65-70 98 Totals 38 42-51 82.4 2-2 19-23 14-15 6-10 1-1 50 0 175-188 301

ROSS FORREST

DEFENSIVE END

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 246 I 1L

ODESSA, TEXAS PERMIAN HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in nine games, including a start against San Diego State ... tallied five tackles for the year ... recorded two stops against the Aztecs ... picked up his first career tackle versus Tennessee Tech ... also made a stop against Utah and New Mexico ... made tackles in the final three games of the season.

FORREST’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 21/1 (9/1 in 2010; 1/0 in 2009; 11/0 in 2008)

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

KICKING Opponent FG/A Pct. 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lng Blk PAT Pts Oregon St. 0-0 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 4-4 4 Tenn Tech 0-0 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 8-9 8 Baylor 1-1 100.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 23 0 6-6 9 SMU 0-0 100.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 5-6 5 Colorado St. 2-2 100.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 43 0 3-3 9 Wyoming 1-1 100.0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 37 0 6-6 9 BYU 1-1 100.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 20 0 4-4 7 Air Force 1-1 100.0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 30 0 5-5 8 UNLV 0-0 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 6-7 6 Utah 2-2 100.0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 24 0 5-6 11 SDSU 2-4 50.0 0-0 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-0 36 0 4-5 10 New Mexico 1-1 100.0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 19 0 9-9 12 Totals 11-13 84.6 1-1 5-6 4-4 1-2 0-0 43 0 65-70 98

EVANS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-3 2.0-3

KICKING Field Goals: 3 at Virginia in 2009 Field Goals Attempted: 3, 4x; last vs. Utah in 2009 Long Field Goal: 50 yards at New Mexico in 2008 PATs Made: 9 at New Mexico in 2010 (school record) PATs Attempted: 9, 2x, last at New Mexico in 2010 (tied school record)

84

EVAN FROSCH

TIGHT END

SENIOR I 6-4 I 265 I 3L

MIDLAND, TEXAS ROBERT E. LEE HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference for the second-straight season… tremendous blocker in the Frogs’ rushing attack ... had two receptions for the season ... caught a career-long 31-yard reception at SMU … other catch went for 11 yards the week before against Baylor.

FROSCH’S CAREER STATS RECEIVING

Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2007 13/3 5 35 7.0 0 9 2008 12/3 10 67 6.7 2 12 2009 13/8 3 33 11.0 0 15 2010 12/6 2 42 21.0 0 31 Totals 50/20 20 177 8.9 2 31

FROSCH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS RECEIVING Receptions: 3, 2x; last at SMU in 2008 Yards: 31 at SMU in 2010 Long: 31 at SMU in 2010 Touchdowns: 1, 2x; last at UNLV in 2008

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

33


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

64

JAMES FRY

CENTER

SOPHOMORE I 6-3 I 290 I SQ

SENIOR I 6-2 I 305 I 2L

SPRING BRANCH, TEXAS

HOUSTON, TEXAS

SMITHSON VALLEY HS

ALIEF ELSIK HS

2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in nine games, providing depth at center ... made his collegiate debut at home in the 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech.

FRY’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 9/0 in 2010

86

COREY FULLER

TIGHT END

SOPHOMORE I 6-6 I 255 I 1L

LA VERNIA, TEXAS LA VERNIA HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in 10 games … recorded his first career reception with a 19-yard grab at Colorado State ... followed up a week later with an 11-yard catch against Wyoming.

FULLER’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 20/0 (10/0 in 2010; 10/0 in 2009)

12

YOGI GALLEGOS

QUARTERBACK

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 208 I SQ

IRVING, TEXAS IRVING HS

2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Played in two contests … completed his first career pass, connecting with Corey Fuller for 11 yards against Wyoming ... also saw action at New Mexico ... carried the ball twice for eight yards at UNM, scampering for a career-long five yards against the Lobos.

GALLEGOS’ CAREER STATS

PASSING RUSHING Year GP/S C-A-I Pct Yds TD Lng Att Yds Avg TD Lng 2009 2/0 0-0-0 00.0 0 0 0 1 4 4.0 0 4 2010 2/0 1-4-0 25.0 11 0 11 2 8 4.0 0 5 Totals 4/0 1-4-0 25.0 11 0 11 3 12 4.0 0 5

33

KRIS GARDNER

LINEBACKER

JUNIOR I 6-1 I 238 I 2L

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Second-team All-Mountain West Conference for the second year … started all 12 games, posting 18 tackles … second on the squad with 3 ½ sacks for 23 yards, a career high in a single-season ... tied for fifth on the Horned Frogs with five tackles for loss … posted a season-best three tackles against BYU and at New Mexico, tallying a sack in each game ... pitched in on sacks against Tennessee Tech, Baylor and San Diego State ... had multi-tackle performances in six of TCU’s 12 games ... anchors a TCU defensive unit that ranks first in total defense (215.4 ypg) and pass defense (126.25 ypg), while boasting the third-best rushing defense (89.17 ypg).

GRANT’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2007 13/0 8 6 14 2.0-18 2.0-18 0 0 0 0 2008 3/0 1 0 1 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 13/12 18 7 25 5.5-17 2.5-9 0 0 0 0 2010 12/12 8 10 18 5.0-29 3.5-23 0 0 0 0 Totals 41/24 35 23 58 13.5-65 8.0-50 0 0 0 0

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 0 1 1 0.5-2 0.5-2 0 0 0 0 Baylor 1 1 2 1.5-9 0.5-4 0 0 0 0 SMU 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Colorado State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 2 1 3 1.5-9 1.0-8 0 0 0 0 Air Force 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU 0 1 1 0.5-2 0.5-2 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 2 1 3 1.0-7 1.0-7 0 0 0 0 Totals 8 10 18 5.0-29 3.5-23 0 0 0 0

GRANT’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE Tackles: 4 at Air Force in 2009 Solo Tackles: 3 at Air Force in 2009 Tackles for Loss: 2.0 at BYU in 2009 Sacks: 2.0 at BYU in 2009

13

ANTOINE HICKS

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-2 I 212 I 2L

ARLINGTON, TEXAS TIMBERVIEW HS

ARLINGTON, TEXAS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Special teams standout who added depth to the linebacker position … three of his 12 tackles on the season came on special teams … recorded three stops versus Wyoming, including his lone tackle for loss and pass breakup on the year ... also tallied three tackles at New Mexico ... posted two stops against Tennessee Tech.

2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Played in 11 games with three starts ... had three touchdowns on just 15 touches … posted 12 catches for 171 yards, ranking fifth for the Frogs in both categories ... reached the end zone once on the ground and once through the air against Wyoming, despite totaling only six yards for the game ... caught two balls for 26 yards and a score at New Mexico ... hauled in a season-long 41-yard reception at SMU ... had a catch in nine of his 11 games ... recorded one tackle on special teams ... one of nine Frogs to have at least three touchdowns.

GARDNER’S CAREER STATS

HICKS’ CAREER STATS

MARTIN HS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2008 9/0 4 3 7 2009 13/0 10 9 19 2010 12/0 8 4 12 Totals 34/0 22 16 38

34

57

CORY GRANT

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

TFL 0.0-0 2.0-8 1.0-1 3.0-9

QBS INT PBU FR FF 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 1.0-7 0 0 1 1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 1.0-7 0 1 1 1

RECEIVING RUSHING Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long Att Yds Avg TD Long 2008 11/2 7 69 9.9 0 19 13 68 5.2 0 13 2009 13/12 23 478 20.8 6 75 9 20 2.2 4 5 2010 11/3 12 171 14.2 2 41 3 3 1.0 1 2 Totals 35/17 42 718 17.1 8 75 25 91 3.6 5 13

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

RECEIVING RUSHING Opponent Rec Yds Avg TD Long Att Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 1 12 12.0 0 12 0 0 0.0 0 0 Tennessee Tech Did Not Play Baylor 1 9 9.0 0 9 0 0 0.0 0 0 SMU 1 41 41.0 0 41 0 0 0.0 0 0 Colorado State 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Wyoming 1 4 4.0 1 4 1 2 2.0 1 2 BYU 2 20 10.0 0 10 0 0 0.0 0 0 Air Force 2 47 23.5 0 38 0 0 0.0 0 0 UNLV 1 5 5.0 0 5 1 0 0.0 0 0 Utah 1 7 7.0 0 7 0 0 0.0 0 0 SDSU 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 New Mexico 2 26 13.0 1 14 1 1 1.0 0 1 Totals 12 171 14.2 2 41 3 3 1.0 1 2

HICKS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

DEFENSE Tackles: 9, 4x; last vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 Solo Tackles: 9 vs. SMU in 2009 Tackles for Loss: 1.5-5 vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 2x; last vs. Oregon State in 2010 Forced Fumbles: 3 vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 Fumble Recoveries: 1 at Utah in 2010

RUSHING Attempts: 6, 2x; vs. Wyoming, at UNVL in 2008 Yards: 38 at UNLV in 2008 Long: 13 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Touchdowns: 1, 5x; last vs. Wyoming in 2010

OFFENSIVE GUARD

2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in eight games, providing depth on the offensive line ... made his collegiate debut in the 30-21 win over Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium.

HORN’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 8/0 in 2010

ALEX IBILOYE

SAFETY

WAYMON JAMES

TAILBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 5-8 I 203 I RS

SHERMAN, TEXAS

RS FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 320 I RS

MIDWAY HS

SHERMAN HS 2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Played in 10 games in his redshirt freshman season ... third for TCU in carries (83), rushing yards (489) and average rushing yards per game (48.9) ... tied senior quarterback Andy Dalton for third on the team with five rushing touchdowns ... ranked fourth for TCU in all-purpose yards (58.0 ypg) and tied for fifth in scoring with 36 points ... finished the season with fourstraight games with 55 yards or more ... rushed for more than 20 yards in nine of his ten games ... enjoyed a career performance in the final home game of the season, posting 102 rushing yards on 23 carries and a touchdown versus San Diego State ... teamed up with Matthew Tucker (131) to become the first TCU tandem to rush for 100 yards in the same game since Lonta Hobbs (117) and Brandon Hassell (110) against Boise State in the 2003 Fort Worth Bowl ... his previous career-high was 64 yards at Utah the week before ... made his college debut at home against Tennessee Tech, carrying the ball five times for 34 yards and a score ... barreled for 41 yards on eight carries and two touchdowns at SMU ... caught five passes for 91 yards (18.2 avg) ... hauled in two receptions, including a career-long 38-yard touchdown grab, at New Mexico ... also rushed for 46 yards against the Lobos to total 101 all-purpose yards.

JAMES’ CAREER STATS

SENIOR I 6-0 I 195 I 3L

RUSHING

RECEIVING

Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2010 10/0 83 489 5.9 5 28 5 91 18.2 1 38 Totals 10/0 83 489 5.9 5 28 5 91 18.2 1 38

GARLAND, TEXAS SOUTH GARLAND HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Started seven of the 10 games he played … ranked sixth on TCU with 36 tackles … tied a career-high with nine stops against Tennessee Tech … also accounted for three of the Frogs’ six forced fumbles versus the Golden Eagles ... named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week for his performance against Tennessee Tech ... Ibiloye’s total was more than any Frog amassed during the entire 2009 season ... posted a tackle for loss in the first three games of the season against Oregon State, Tennessee Tech and Baylor ... had another tackle for loss at Air Force ... recorded seven tackles and recovered a fumble at Utah ... contributed a tackle in nine of the 10 games that he played and had multi-tackle outputs in seven games.

IBILOYE’S CAREER STATS

32

TY HORN

MCGREGOR, TEXAS

9

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 4 2 6 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Tennessee Tech 4 5 9 1.5-5 0.0-0 0 0 0 3 Baylor 2 1 3 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 2 2 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Colorado State Did Not Play Wyoming Did Not Play BYU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 3 0 3 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 4 3 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 SDSU 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 21 15 36 4.5-9 0.0-0 0 1 1 3

IBILOYE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

RECEIVING Receptions: 5 vs. New Mexico in 2009 Yards: 123 vs. New Mexico in 2009 Long: 75, 2x; last vs. UNLV in 2009 Touchdowns: 2 vs. New Mexico in 2009

74

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2007 13/0 5 1 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2008 13/0 11 2 13 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 12/11 39 31 70 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 2010 10/7 21 15 36 4.5-9 0.0-0 0 1 1 3 Totals 48/18 76 49 125 5.0-9 0.0-0 0 2 1 3

JAMES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS RUSHING Attempts: 23 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Yards: 102 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Long Gain: 28 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Touchdowns: 2 at SMU in 2010 RECEIVING Receptions: 2 at New Mexico in 2010 Yards: 46 at New Mexico in 2010 Long: 38 at New Mexico in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 at New Mexico in 2010

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

35


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

6

BART JOHNSON

WIDE RECEIVER

SENIOR I 6-0 I 195 I 3L

BROWNWOOD, TEXAS BROWNWOOD HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Second-team ESPN Academic All-American ... one of only three players to play in all 51 games in the last four seasons, joining fellow wide outs Curtis Clay and Jimmy Young ... ranks third on TCU with 30 receptions for 396 yards and three touchdowns ... has 30 catches in each of the last two seasons ... had at least one catch in every game this season, extending his teambest streak to 34 contests in a row with a reception ... tallied multiple receptions in seven of TCU’s 12 games ... had at least three catches in the Frogs’ first four games ... tied a career-best reception total with seven grabs for 56 yards against Tennessee Tech ... hauled in a seasonhigh three touchdowns, collecting scores against SMU, Wyoming and Utah ... posted catches of 20+ yards in six of the Frogs’ final six games ... his season-best 59 yards came on three grabs against BYU.

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS

RECEIVING Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2007 13/1 6 63 10.5 2 18 2008 13/8 15 206 13.7 1 52 2009 13/4 33 410 12.4 2 44 2010 12/5 30 396 13.2 3 37 Totals 51/18 84 1075 12.8 8 52

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 4 2 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 1 Baylor 5 2 7 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 3 0 0 Colorado State 4 2 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 2 Wyoming 4 0 4 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 3 5 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Air Force 5 0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 3 3 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 0 4 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 New Mexico 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 22 56 1.5-3 0.0-0 3 3 0 3

DEFENSE Tackles: 14 at BYU in 2009 Solo Tackles: 7 vs. Boise State in 2009 Tackles for Loss: 2.0, 2x; last vs. Wyoming in 2008 Sacks: 1.0 at Colorado State in 2008 Interceptions: 1, 7x; last vs. San Diego State in 2010 Pass Breakups: 3 at SMU in 2010 Forced Fumbles: 2 at Colorado State in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 at SMU in 2010 (19-yard INT return)

RECEIVING Opponent Rec Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 3 26 8.7 0 17 Tennessee Tech 7 56 8.0 0 13 Baylor 3 43 14.3 0 37 SMU 3 29 9.7 1 11 Colorado State 1 7 7.0 0 7 Wyoming 1 31 31.0 1 31 BYU 3 59 19.7 0 23 Air Force 1 25 25.0 0 25 UNLV 1 29 29.0 0 29 Utah 2 33 16.5 1 26 SDSU 4 54 13.5 0 29 New Mexico 1 4 4.0 0 4 Totals 30 396 13.2 3 37

28

COLIN JONES

SAFETY

SENIOR I 6-0 I 208 I 3L

BRIDGEPORT, TEXAS BRIDGEPORT HS

JOHNSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

RECEIVING Receptions: 7, 2x; vs. Texas State in 2009; vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 Yards: 70 vs. Texas State in 2009 Touchdowns: 2 vs. New Mexico in 2009 Long: 52 yards at Utah in 2008

TEJAY JOHNSON

SAFETY

SENIOR I 6-1 I 212 I 3L

GARLAND, TEXAS SOUTH GARLAND HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, recognizing the top defensive back in the country ... Walter Camp first-team All-American ... Associated Press first-team All-American ... SI.com first-team All-American ... CBSSports.com first-team All-American ... Rivals.com first-team All-American ... First-team All-Mountain West Conference … leads TCU with three interceptions and tied for the most forced fumbles with fellow safety Alex Ibiloye … sits third on the Horned Frogs with 56 tackles … totaled a season-best eight stops with an interception in the win against BYU … tallied a tackle for loss against Baylor and Wyoming ... has been singled out by Horned Frog head coach Gary Patterson for his on-field leadership ... anchor of a TCU defense that leads the nation in total defense (223.2 yards) for the third straight season, representing all three years Johnson has been a starter ... the Frogs also rank first in scoring defense (10.9 points), pass defense (134.6 yards) and fewest first downs allowed per game (11.6).

36

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2007 13/0 4 3 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2008 12/12 34 13 47 4.0-13 1.0-9 1 10 0 1 2009 13/13 35 24 59 1.0-2 0.0-0 3 2 0 1 2010 12/12 34 22 56 1.5-3 0.0-0 3 3 0 3 Totals 50/37 107 62 169 6.5-18 1.0-9 7 15 0 5

JOHNSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

3

JOHNSON’S CAREER STATS

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Second-Team All-Mountain West Conference ... started 11 of the 12 games he played ... second on the team with a career-best 70 tackles and 10.5 tackles for loss ... matched a careerhigh with nine stops against UNLV ... also returned an interception 30 yards for a score against the Rebels ... recorded eight solo tackles versus San Diego State, highlighted by a pair of sacks ... tallied 3.5 sacks as part of a seven tackle output at Colorado State ... totaled seven stops in three-straight weeks (Baylor, SMU, CSU) ... ended the season with his first career fumble recovery and four stops at New Mexico.

JONES’ CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2007 12/0 5 3 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2008 13/0 7 3 10 1.0-6 1.0-6 0 1 0 0 2009 7/5 14 12 26 1.5-2 0.0-0 1 2 0 0 2010 12/11 44 25 70 10.5-40 2.0-18 1 3 1 0 Totals 44/16 70 43 114 13.0-48 3.0-24 2 6 1 0

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 2 1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 2 3 5 1.5-4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Baylor 5 2 7 1.5-3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 5 2 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Colorado State 3 4 7 3.5-7 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Wyoming 3 3 6 1.0-6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 6 0 6 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 3 6 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Utah 2 4 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU 8 0 8 2.0-18 2.0-18 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 Totals 44 25 70 10.5-40 2.0-18 1 2 1 0

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


JONES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

KELTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

PUNTING Punts: 7, 2x; vs. Stanford, at Colorado State in 2008 Average (3 or more atts): 46.0 yards/att (3 atts) vs. Baylor in 2010 Long: 72 yards vs. Air Force in 2009 50+ Yard Kicks: 2, 2x; vs. Stanford, at Utah in 2008 Kicks Inside Opponent’s 20: 5 at Oklahoma in 2008

DEFENSE Tackles: 9, 2x; last at UNLV in 2010 Solo Tackles: 8 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 3.5 at Colorado State in 2010 Sacks: 2.0 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 6x; last at Colorado State in 2010 Interceptions: 1, 2x; last at UNLV in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 at UNLV in 2010 (30-yard INT return)

83

85

JONATHAN JONES

WIDE RECEIVER

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 215 I 2L

SENIOR I 5-10 I 192 I 3L

HUTTO HS

EVERMAN HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Played in 11 games at wide receiver ... did not have any receptions.

JONES’ CAREER STATS

Receiving Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2008 12/1 2 18 9.0 1 14 2009 8/1 3 30 10.0 0 19 2010 11/0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 31/2 5 48 9.6 1 19

ANSON KELTON

PUNTER

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 280 I 2L

FORT WORTH, TEXAS ALEDO HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Placed 15 punts inside the opponent 20 with just four touchbacks on the season … turned in a career-best 42.2 yards per punt average ... also boomed a career-high eight punts for more than 50 yards despite kicking a career-low 38 punts ... ended the year with punts of 47, 52 and 53 yards at New Mexico ... his season-long punt of 58 yards came at home against BYU ... three of his four punts against Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium landed inside the 20 ... opponents have returned only 15 of TCU’s 38 punts for 108 yards (7.2 avg).

KELTON’S CAREER STATS

PUNTING Year GP Att Yds Avg Lng Blk TB FC 50+ I20 2008 13 54 2230 41.3 58 1 7 4 6 30 2009 13 59 2213 37.5 72 0 1 18 6 19 2010 11 38 1602 42.2 58 0 4 13 8 15 Totals 37 151 6045 42.4 72 1 12 35 20 64

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

WIDE RECEIVER

HUTTO, TEXAS

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

47

JEREMY KERLEY

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

PUNTING Opponent Att Yds Avg Lng Blk TB FC 50+ I20 Oregon State 4 169 42.2 56 0 0 2 1 3 Tennessee Tech 3 127 42.3 47 0 0 2 0 0 Baylor 3 138 46.0 51 0 1 0 1 2 SMU 3 110 36.7 40 0 0 1 0 2 Colorado State 4 167 41.8 51 0 0 1 1 1 Wyoming 2 91 45.5 48 0 0 2 0 1 BYU 6 248 41.3 58 0 2 2 1 3 Air Force 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 1 36 36.0 36 0 0 0 0 1 Utah 3 128 42.7 50 0 0 0 1 1 SDSU 5 199 39.8 51 0 0 2 1 0 New Mexico 4 189 47.2 53 0 1 1 2 1 Totals 38 1602 42.2 58 0 4 13 8 15

2010 I SENIOR SEASON One of three Paul Hornung Award finalists ... Rivals.com first-team All-American ... SI.com honorable-mention All-American ... ... Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year … second player in MWC history to earn the honor twice ... first-team All-MWC at return specialist, becoming the seventh player in MWC history to be a three-time first-team all-conference selection … was also a second-team selection at wide receiver … Midseason All-American by Phil Steele’s ... three-time Paul Hornung Award Most Versatile Performance of the Week recognition (vs. Oregon State, Baylor and SMU) ... two-time MWC Special Teams Player of the Week (vs. SMU and BYU) ... one of just two players in the nation to rank in the top 20 in punt returns and kickoff returns ... averaging a career-best 28.0 yards on kickoff returns ... led the Frogs with a career-high 50 receptions to rack up 517 yards ... only the 13th player in TCU history to reach 50 receptions in a season and the first since Jimmy Young totaled 59 in 2008 ... also paced the squad with 10 receiving touchdowns ... tied Mike Renfro’s 1977 TCU record with 10 touchdown receptions ... had at least five catches in six of TCU’s 12 games ... with the addition of his two rushing scores, Kerley leads the TCU offense with 12 combined touchdowns ... went 2-2 passing for 37 yards and a touchdown ... connected with Bart Johnson for a 26-yard score in the final seconds of the first quarter at Utah ... his other completion was a 11-yard dart to Johnson at SMU ... went out in style on senior night, hauling in a career-best eight receptions for 85 yards and three touchdowns ... was the first TCU player with three touchdown catches in a game since Jimmy Young versus Wyoming in 2008 ... set a career high with 234 all-purpose yards at SMU ... had 172 yards on kickoff returns, 23 on punt returns, 33 yards receiving and six yards rushing against the Mustangs ... led the MWC in all-purpose yards (122.8 avg), while tying for third in the league in receptions (4.2 avg) and seventh in receiving yards (43.1 avg) ... led the Frogs in receptions in six of his 12 games ... caught four passes for 69 yards and two touchdowns against Baylor ... opened the year with six grabs for 49 yards and a score in the 30-21 win over Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium ... led the team with seven receptions at Utah, totaling 68 yards (9.7 ypc).

KERLEY’S CAREER STATS

RECEIVING RUSHING Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Lng Att Yds Avg TDs Lng 2007 13/0 9 97 10.8 0 29 6 16 2.7 0 8 2008 11/3 11 95 8.6 0 15 25 143 5.7 3 24 2009 13/7 44 532 12.1 2 45 14 50 3.6 3 13 2010 12/10 50 517 10.3 10 50 16 92 5.8 2 19 Totals 49/20 114 1241 10.9 12 50 61 301 4.9 8 24 KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS Year No. Yds Avg. TD Long No. Yds Avg TD Long 2007 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2008 0 0 0.0 0 0 25 348 13.9 0 53 2009 18 479 26.6 0 52 39 563 14.4 2 71 2010 17 476 28.0 0 83 30 388 12.9 0 45 Totals 35 955 27.3 0 83 94 1299 13.8 2 71 PASSING: 5-7-1-135, 1 TD (2-2-0-54 in 2007; 0-2-1-0 in 2008; 1-1-0-44 in 2009; 2-2-0-37, 1 TD in 2010)

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

37


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

KERLEY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

RECEIVING RUSHING Opponent Rec. Yds Avg. TD Long Att Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 6 49 8.2 1 19 0 0 0.0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 16 16.0 0 16 1 5 5.0 1 5 Baylor 6 69 11.5 2 28 4 49 12.2 0 19 SMU 4 33 8.3 0 25 1 6 6.0 0 6 Colorado State 3 5 1.7 0 3 4 20 5.0 0 7 Wyoming 3 65 21.7 1 50 1 3 3.0 0 3 BYU 5 25 5.0 1 21 0 0 0.0 0 0 Air Force 2 20 10.0 1 12 2 11 5.5 0 10 UNLV 5 82 16.4 1 27 1 5 5.0 1 5 Utah 7 68 9.7 0 25 1 -5 -5.0 0 -5 SDSU 8 85 10.6 3 38 1 -2 -2.0 0 -2 New Mexico 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 50 517 10.3 10 50 16 92 5.8 2 19 KICKOFF RETURNS PUNT RETURNS Opponent No. Yds Avg TD Long No. Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 5 105 21.0 0 24 3 42 14.0 0 34 Tennessee Tech 1 20 20.0 0 20 1 12 12.0 0 12 Baylor 0 0 0.0 0 0 4 84 21.0 0 45 SMU 5 172 34.4 0 83 2 23 11.5 0 13 Colorado State 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 35 11.7 0 16 Wyoming 1 26 26.0 0 26 3 48 16.0 0 26 BYU 2 81 40.5 0 52 4 56 14.0 0 17 Air Force 2 46 23.0 0 25 0 0 0.0 0 0 UNLV 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 -3 -1.5 0 1 Utah 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 4 4.0 0 4 SDSU 1 26 26.0 0 26 5 59 11.8 0 43 New Mexico 0 0 0.0 0 0 2 28 14.0 0 28 Totals 17 476 28.0 0 83 30 388 12.9 0 45 PASSING: 1-1-0-11 at SMU; 1-1-0-26 (TD) at Utah

76

JAKE KIRKPATRICK

CENTER

SENIOR I 6-3 I 305 I 3L

TYLER, TEXAS

ROBERT E. LEE HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Rimington Award winner, recognizing the top center in the country ... one of four finalists for the 2010 Rotary Lombardi Award, recognizing the nation’s top lineman ... listed as the lone offensive lineman among the four finalists ... Walter Camp First-team All-American ... AP, SI.com and CBSSports.com Second-Team All-American ... First-team All-Mountain West Conference … started all 12 games, extending his streak to 25-straight games … set the blocking scheme on every play … anchored a line that paves the way for the Horned Frogs to rank fourth in scoring (43.3 points per game), seventh in the country in total offense (491.5 yards per game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game) ... the Frogs’ line is tied for seventh nationally in allowing just 0.75 sacks per game … TCU set single-season records in touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) in 2010.

KIRKPATRICK’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 46/25 (12/12 in 2010; 13/13 in 2009; 12/0 in 2008, 9/0 in 2007)

95

CLARENCE LEATCH

DEFENSIVE END

SENIOR I 6-4 I 257 I 2L

TATUM, TEXAS TATUM HS

KERLEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS RECEIVING Receptions: 8 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Yards: 87 at Wyoming in 2009 Long: 50 yards vs. Wyoming in 2010 TDs: 3 vs. San Diego State in 2010 PASSING Attempts: 1, 7x; last at Utah in 2010 Completions: 1, 5x; last at Utah in 2010 Yards: 44 at BYU in 2009 Long: 44 yards at BYU in 2009 Touchdowns: 1 at Utah in 2010 RUSHING Attempts: 9 vs. BYU in 2008 Yards: 77 vs. BYU in 2008 Long: 24 yards vs. BYU in 2008 TDs: 1, 8x; last at UNLV in 2010 PUNT RETURNS Attempts: 6 vs. San Diego State in 2008 Yards: 123 vs. SMU in 2009 Long: 71 yards vs. SMU in 2009 TDs: 1, 2x; last vs. Colorado St. in 2009 KICKOFF RETURNS Attempts: 5; 2x, last at SMU in 2010 Yards: 172 at SMU in 2010 Long: 83 at SMU in 2010

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Appeared in five games, providing depth on the defensive line ... his lone tackle came in the Frogs’ 48-6 win at UNLV.

LEATCH’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2007 3/0 2 0 2 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2008 7/0 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 13/0 4 2 6 2.0-15 2.0-15 0 1 0 0 2010 5/0 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 28/0 9 2 11 3.0-16 2.0-15 0 1 0 0

17

TYLER LUTTRELL

SAFETY

SENIOR I 6-1 I 214 I 2L

WEATHERFORD, TEXAS WEATHERFORD HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Converted wide receiver that is a key player in TCU’s secondary … played in eight games, making his lone start in the season opener versus Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium... tallied a season-high four stops against the Beavers ... recorded eight tackles for the year ... missed the next three games due to injury ... picked his second-career interception in the Frogs’ 45-0 shutout over Wyoming.

LUTTRELL’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2007 0/0 Played Wide Receiver -- no catches 2008 9/0 Played Wide Receiver -- no catches 2009 13/8 22 13 35 2.0-8 1.0-2 1 2 0 1 2010 8/1 3 5 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Totals 30/9 25 18 43 2.0-8 1.0-2 2 2 0 1

38

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 1 3 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech Did Not Play Baylor Did Not Play SMU Did Not Play Colorado State 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 BYU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 5 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0

MAPONGA’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 5, 2x; last vs. Air Force in 2010 Solo Tackles: 3, 2x; last vs. Air Force in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 2x; last vs. BYU in 2010 Sacks: 1.0, 2x; last vs. BYU in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1 at SMU in 2010 Forced Fumbles: 1 at SMU in 2010

7

LUTTRELL’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

JUNIOR I 5-10 I 181 I 2L

WOODROW WILSON HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Contributed at both cornerback and special teams … started in all 12 games ... ranks 12th on the team with a career-high 25 total tackles ... tallied a season-best four stops and a pass breakup at Colorado State ... totaled a career-best five pass breakups ... recorded interceptions in back-to-back weeks at Utah and against San Diego State ... registered at least two tackles in TCU’s first five games and in eight of 12 games this season ... returned five kickoffs for 167 yards (33.4 avg) ... broke loose for a season-long 56 yard return at New Mexico.

STANSLY MAPONGA

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

RS FRESHMAN I 6-2 I 260 I RS

CARROLLTON, TEXAS HEBRON HS 2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Second-team Freshman All-American selection by CollegeFootballNews.com ... second-team All-Mountain West Conference selection ... made an immediate impact on TCU’s defensive line, starting 10 of his 11 games played ... ranks ninth on the team and second on the defensive line with 29 tackles (13 solo) ... his 2.5 sacks ties with All-American linebacker Tank Carder for fourth-most on the squad ... made his first collegiate tackle with three assisted stops against Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium ... recorded his first solo stop and sack the following week versus Tennessee Tech ... chipped in four tackles, including an assisted sack in the 45-10 win over Baylor ... recorded a career-best five tackles at SMU, tying safety Colin Jones for the game high ... also forced a fumble and knocked down a pass against the Mustangs ... matched his five stop performance versus Air Force ... registered another solo sack as part of a three tackle output against BYU ... had seven multi-tackle games ... all but one of his stops behind the line of scrimmage was a sack.

MOPANGA’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2010 11/10 13 16 29 3.0-17 2.5-17 0 1 0 1 Totals 11/10 13 16 29 3.0-17 2.5-17 0 1 0 1

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

CORNERBACK

DALLAS, TEXAS

DEFENSE Tackles: 6, 2x; last vs. New Mexico in 2009 Solo Tackles: 6 vs. New Mexico in 2009 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 2x; last vs. New Mexico in 2009 Sacks: 1.0 at Virginia in 2009 Interceptions: 1, 2x; last vs. Wyoming in 2010 Pass Breakups: 2 vs. Texas State in 2009 Forced Fumbles: 1 vs. Utah in 2009

90

GREG MCCOY

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 3 4 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0 0 0 Baylor 1 3 4 0.5-4 0.5-4 0 0 0 0 SMU 2 3 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 1 Colorado State 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 3 0 3 1.0-8 1.0-8 0 0 0 0 Air Force 3 2 5 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SDSU Did Not Play New Mexico 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 13 16 29 3.0-17 2.5-17 0 1 0 1

McCOY’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2008 12/0 4 4 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 2009 13/2 18 4 22 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 4 0 0 2010 12/12 20 5 25 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 5 0 0 Totals 37/14 42 13 55 0.0-0 0.0-0 5 9 0 0 KICKOFF RETURNS Year No. Yds Avg. TD Long 2008 0 0 0.0 0 0 2009 10 359 35.9 1 81 2010 5 167 33.4 0 56 Totals 15 526 35.1 1 81

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 3 0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Tennessee Tech 2 1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Baylor 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Colorado State 4 0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Wyoming 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 3 0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Air Force 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Utah 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 SDSU 3 0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 New Mexico 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Totals 20 5 25 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 5 0 0

McCOY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 7 vs. Boise State in 2009 Solo Tackles: 7 vs. Boise State in 2009 Interceptions: 1, 5x; last vs. San Diego State in 2010 Pass Breakups: 1, 9x; last at New Mexico in 2010 KICKOFF RETURNS Attempts: 3 vs. Colorado State in 2009 Yards: 104 at Wyoming in 2009 Long: 81 yards at Wyoming in 2009 (touchdown)

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

39


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L HORNED FROG BIOS

6

ELISHA OLABODE

CORNERBACK

FRESHMAN I 5-10 I 182 I HS

SENIOR I 6-6 I 316 I SQ

CEDAR HILL, TEXAS

GARDEN CITY, KAN.

CEDAR HILL HS

HOLCOMB HS / GARDEN CITY CC

2010 | FRESHMAN SEASON One of three true freshman to see action for TCU in 2010, joining defensive back Travaras Battle and defensive end Matt Anderson ... made 10 appearances in the TCU secondary ... recorded eight tackles in his first year ... totaled career-best three stops in the regular season finale at New Mexico ... chipped in a pair of tackles against Wyoming ... also posted stops against Tennessee Tech, Colorado State and UNLV.

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Started nine of his 10 games at right tackle ... anchored a line that paves the way for the Horned Frogs to rank fourth in scoring (43.3 points per game), seventh in the country in total offense (491.5 yards per game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game) ... the Frogs’ line is tied for seventh nationally in allowing just 0.75 sacks per game … TCU set single-season records in touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) in 2010.

OLABODE’S CAREER STATS

ROTH’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2010 10/0 4 4 8 Totals 10/0 4 4 8

62

Games Played/Started: 14/9 (10/9 in 2010; 4/0 in 2009) TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

QBS INT PBU FR FF 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0

JEFF OLSON

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 282 I 1L

MCKINNEY, TEXAS MCKINNEY NORTH HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Contributed in 11 games, making four starts at right tackle ... his four starts came against Tennessee Tech, Air Force, UNLV and Utah ... TCU’s offense scored at least 38 points in all four starts and averaged 275 rushing yards.

OLSON’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 20/4 (11/4 in 2010; 9/0 in 2009)

4

CASEY PACHALL

QUARTERBACK

RS FRESHMAN I 6-4 I 208 I RS

BROWNWOOD, TEXAS BROWNWOOD HS 2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in eight games for TCU this season ... threw for 78 yards and a touchdown on 6-of-9 passing ... also ran for 94 yards and two scores in 15 attempts ... racked up the bulk of his stats by leading the Frog offense in the second half at New Mexico ... scampered five times for 31 yards and a score, while enjoying 4-of-6 passing for 54 yards and a 21-yard touchdown pass to tight end Logan Brock against the Lobos ... connected on a career-long 28-yard pass with Josh Boyce at New Mexico ... rushed for an eight-yard touchdown versus UNLV ... had his longest rush for 22 yards against Tennessee Tech.

PACHALL’S CAREER STATS

PASSING Year GP/S C-A-I Pct Yds TD Lng 2010 8/0 6-9-0 66.7 78 1 28 Totals 8/0 6-9-0 66.7 78 1 28

PACHALL’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

RUSHING Att Yds Avg TD Lng 15 94 6.3 2 22 15 94 6.3 2 22

RUSHING Attempts: 5 at New Mexico in 2010 Yards: 31 at New Mexico in 2010 Touchdowns: 1, 2x; last at New Mexico in 2010

38

KEVIN SHARPLES

PLACE KICKER

SENIOR I 5-9 I 185 I 1L

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS OAK RIDGE HS 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Utilized as the Horned Frogs’ kickoff specialist … blasted a career-best 14 touchbacks, including a career-high four against Tennessee Tech … averaged 66.1 yards on his 93 kickoffs … did not have a kickoff go out of bounds … totaled two tackles for the season, splitting the stops between Tennessee Tech and UNLV.

SHARPLES’ CAREER STATS

Games Played: 27 (12 in 2010; 12 in 2009; 3 in 2008)

50

DANIEL SHELLEY

SNAPPER

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 228 I SQ

AUSTIN, TEXAS

HYDE PARK BAPTIST HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Had an outstanding season in his first year as the Frogs’ deep snapper ... TCU did not have a kick or punt blocked ... recorded his lone tackle at New Mexico.

SHELLEY’S CAREER STATS

Games Played: 13 (12 in 2010; 1 in 2009)

48

LUKE SHIVERS

FULLBACK

JUNIOR I 6-0 I 220 I 2L

WHITEHOUSE, TEXAS WHITEHOUSE HS

PASSING Attempts: 6 at New Mexico in 2010 Completions: 4 at New Mexico in 2010 Yards: 54 at New Mexico in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 at New Mexico in 2010 Long Completion: 28 yards to Josh Boyce at New Mexico in 2010

40

70

ZACH ROTH

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Utilized as a fullback and tight end … played in all 12 games … scored four touchdowns on his 11 touches for the year … has seven scores on 17 career touches ... rumbled for a pair of goal-line touchdowns at New Mexico ... had a two-yard score in the 45-10 win against Baylor ... followed a week later with a 4-yard touchdown rush at SMU, matching a career-long ... all three receptions resulted in TCU first downs ... his three receptions top the combined total of two from his first two seasons ... hauled in a career-long 10-yard grab in the 45-0 shutout over Wyoming ... caught a 9-yard catch at SMU ... also connected for a 6-yard reception against Air Force ... chipped in his lone tackle at New Mexico.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

SHIVERS’ CAREER STATS

RUSHING

RECEIVING

Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2008 12/0 2 6 3.0 2 3 1 5 5.0 0 5 2009 13/0 2 5 2.5 1 4 1 1 1.0 1 1 2010 12/0 8 13 1.6 4 4 3 25 8.3 0 10 Totals 37/0 12 24 2.0 7 4 5 31 6.2 1 10

SHIVERS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS RUSHING Attempts: 3 at New Mexico in 2010 Yards: 4, 2x; last at SMU in 2010 (touchdown) Touchdowns: 2 at New Mexico in 2010 RECEIVING Receptions: 1, 5x; last at vs. Air Force in 2010 Yards: 10 vs. Wyoming in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 vs. SMU in 2009

73

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 1 2 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Tennessee Tech 4 0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 1 0 1 Baylor 5 0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 SMU 0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Colorado State 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Wyoming 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 2 0 2 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 Air Force 1 1 2 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 UNLV 2 1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Utah 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 1 SDSU 3 0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 2 0 0 New Mexico 3 2 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 24 9 33 1.5-4 0.0-0 2 7 0 2

HORNED FROG BIOS

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

TEAGUE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

ERIC TAUSCH

CENTER

RS FRESHMAN I 6-3 I 295 I RS

DEFENSE Tackles: 5, 2x; last at New Mexico in 2010 Solo Tackles: 5 vs. Baylor in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 2x; last vs. BYU in 2010 Interceptions: 1, 4x; last at UNLV in 2010 Pass Breakups: 2 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Fumbles Recovered: 1 at San Diego State in 2009 Forced Fumbles: 1, 2x; last at Utah in 2010 Touchdowns: 1 vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 (29-yard interception return)

PLANO, TEXAS

JESUIT COLLEGE PREP 2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in six games, providing depth at center in his first season.

16

TAUSCH’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 6/0 in 2010

27

JASON TEAGUE

CORNERBACK

SENIOR I 6-2 I 197 I 1L

CARTHAGE, TEXAS CARTHAGE HS / TYLER JC 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Second-team All-Mountain West Conference selection … played in all 12 games … tied defensive end Wayne Daniels for seventh on the squad with 33 tackles ... his 24 solo stops are sixth for TCU ... returned an interception 29 yards for a touchdown, forced a fumble and posted four tackles in the 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech … also had a pick and three tackles against UNLV ... forced a fumble and had two stops at Utah ... matched a season high five tackles against Baylor and at New Mexico ... his five solo stops versus the Bears were a careerbest performance ... had a tackle for loss in back-to-back weeks versus BYU and Air Force … tallied a career-high seven pass breakups ... contributed a tackle in all but one game ... had multiple stops in 10 of 12 games.

JURELL THOMPSON

SAFETY

SOPHOMORE I 5-11 I 216 I 1L

WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS RIDER HS 2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Appeared in all 12 games, contributing in the secondary and leading the team in special teams tackles … 15 of his 22 tackles and both forced fumbles came on special teams ... enjoyed a career-high six tackles and a forced fumble in the 66-17 win at New Mexico ... recorded a forced fumble along with three stops at Colorado State ... also had three takedowns at Utah ... tallied a sack against Tennessee Tech ... recorded a stop in 10 of TCU’s 12 games and had multiple tackles in six appearances.

THOMPSON’S CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2009 12/0 13 9 22 Totals 12/0 13 9 22

TEAGUE’S CAREER STATS

77

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2008 5/0 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 13/2 17 5 22 1.5-4 0.0-0 2 3 1 0 2010 12/12 24 9 33 1.5-4 0.0-0 2 7 0 2 Totals 30/14 41 15 56 3.0-8 0.0-0 4 10 1 2

TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 1.0-4 1.0-4 0 0 0 2 1.0-4 1.0-4 0 0 0 2

SPENCER THOMPSON

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

JUNIOR I 6-4 I 305 I 1L

PLAINVIEW, TEXAS PLAINVIEW HS 2010 I JUNIOR SEASON Contributed in 11 games, making three starts at left guard ... his three starts came against Air Force, UNLV and Utah ... TCU’s offense scored at least 38 points in all three starts and averaged 276 rushing yards.

THOMPSON’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 24/3 (11/3 in 2010; 9/0 in 2009; 4/0 in 2008)

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

41


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL HORNED FROG BIOS

29

MATTHEW TUCKER

TAILBACK

SOPHOMORE I 6-1 I 210 I 1L

TYLER, TEXAS CHAPEL HILL HS

2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Placed second on TCU with a career-best 694 yards rushing and seven touchdowns ... his 1,370 rushing yards in the past two seasons ranks him third among TCU’s active rushers, behind Ed Wesley (1,641) and Andy Dalton (1,591) ... averaged 4.8 yards per carry … has double-digit touches in eight of TCU’s 12 games ... his top rushing effort came in the final game at Amon G. Carter Stadium ... posted 131 yards on a career-high 22 carries with a long of 18 yards in the 40-35 win versus San Diego State ... Against the Aztecs, Tucker (131) and James (102) became the first TCU tandem to rush for 100 yards in the same game since Lonta Hobbs (117) and Brandon Hassell (110) against Boise State in the 2003 Fort Worth Bowl ... tallied 20 carries for 74 yards in the season opener against Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium ... after the opener, he scored in three straight weeks ... scored twice on the ground against Tennessee Tech, matching a career-high ... followed up to earn double digit carries versus Baylor (12) and at SMU (19), reaching the end zone in each game ... rumbled for 87 yards on just eight carries (10.9 avg.), highlighted by a season-long 47-yard run that moved the Frogs from their own 29 yard line to the Rams’ 24 and setting up a TCU touchdown ... that play serves as the seventh-longest play from scrimmage for TCU this season ... also caught eight passes for 97 yards (12.1 avg.) ... his biggest day through the air came against Wyoming, hauling in three grabs for 53 yards, highlighted by a career-long 31 yard snag.

TUCKER’S CAREER STATS

RUSHING RECEIVING Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Lng Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 2009 13/0 105 676 6.4 8 48 3 19 6.3 0 9 2010 12/1 144 694 4.8 7 47 8 97 12.1 0 31 Totals 25/1 249 1370 5.5 15 48 11 116 10.5 0 31

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

RUSHING RECEIVING Opponent Att Yds Avg. TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 20 74 3.7 0 13 0 0 0.0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 9 53 5.9 2 16 0 0 0.0 0 0 Baylor 12 34 2.8 1 14 1 6 6.0 0 6 SMU 19 63 3.3 1 15 0 0 0.0 0 0 Colorado State 8 87 10.9 0 47 0 0 0.0 0 0 Wyoming 7 45 6.4 1 12 3 53 17.7 0 31 BYU 10 31 3.1 0 8 1 6 6.0 0 6 Air Force 12 63 5.2 1 15 0 0 0.0 0 0 UNLV 7 28 4.0 0 10 2 21 10.5 0 13 Utah 9 32 3.6 0 13 1 11 11.0 0 11 SDSU 22 131 6.0 0 18 0 0 0.0 0 0 New Mexico 9 53 5.9 1 14 0 0 0.0 0 0 Totals 144 694 4.8 7 47 8 97 12.1 0 31

TUCKER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

RUSHING Carries: 22 vs. San Diego State in 2010 Yards: 134 at Wyoming in 2009 Long Rush: 48 yards at Wyoming in 2009 (touchdown) Touchdowns: 2, 3x; last vs. Tennessee Tech in 2010 RECEIVING Receptions: 3 vs. Wyoming in 2010 Yards: 53 vs. Wyoming in 2010 Long Reception: 31 vs. Wyoming in 2010

78

VERNON’S CAREER STATS

Games Played/Started: 45/23 (12/12 in 2010; 12/11 in 2009; 12/0 in 2008; 9/0 in 2007)

34

ED WESLEY

TAILBACK

SOPHOMORE I 5-9 I 200 I 1L

IRVING, TEXAS MACARTHUR HS

2009 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award, recognizing the nation’s top running back ... Firstteam All-Mountain West Conference … his 1,065 yards rushing paces all Frogs as he became the first to rush for 1,000 on the season since Robert Merrill (1,107) in 2003 ... also leads the team with 11 rushing touchdowns, nearly tripling his output of four scores from a year ago ... leads all active TCU rushers with 1,733 yards in two seasons ... rushed for more than 100 yards four times and scampered into the end zone in eight of TCU’s 12 games ... enjoyed double-digit carry figures in 10 games ... averaged 6.6 rushing yards per carry and 88.8 yards on the ground per game … boasted runs of more than 10 yards in nine different games ... the 88.8 rushing yards per game ranks second in the MWC and 34th nationally ... had 11 rushing touchdowns … ran for a career-best and TCU season-high 209 yards, including two touchdowns, on 28 carries against Air Force … he single-handedly outrushed (209-184) an Air Force team that entered the game as the nation’s leading ground attack at 346.9 yards per game ... it was the 24th 200-yard game in TCU history and the 20th-best single-game total ... served as the most yards by a Frog since Joseph Turner’s 226 at San Diego State in 2007 ... received MWC Offensive Player of the Week honors, as well a weekly accolade from Rivals. com fr his performance against the Falcons ... ran 19 times for 165 yards versus Baylor, trotting into the end zone on runs of five and 49 yards ... his 49-yard touchdown run against the Bears is the longest rush from scrimmage for the Frogs this season ... also scored twice on 78 yards at Colorado State ... enjoyed 115 yards on 17 rushes against Wyoming ... wrapped the regular season with 77 yards, including a 44-yard scamper, at New Mexico ... also had a season-long 10-yard reception at New Mexico.

WESLEY’S CAREER STATS

RUSHING Year GP/S Att Yds Avg TD Lng 2009 13/2 101 653 6.5 4 64 2010 12/12 162 1065 6.6 11 49 Totals 25/14 263 1718 6.6 15 64

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

RUSHING RECEIVING Opponent Att Yds Avg. TD Long Rec Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 17 134 7.9 1 16 1 1 1.0 0 1 Tennessee Tech 11 85 7.7 1 19 0 0 0.0 0 0 Baylor 19 165 8.7 2 49 0 0 0.0 0 0 SMU 8 35 4.4 0 9 0 0 0.0 0 0 Colorado State 15 78 5.2 2 13 1 9 9.0 0 9 Wyoming 17 115 6.8 1 17 0 0 0.0 0 0 BYU 10 53 5.3 0 16 2 -4 -2.0 0 0 Air Force 28 209 7.5 2 22 0 0 0.0 0 0 UNLV 13 64 4.9 1 15 1 8 8.0 0 8 Utah 12 50 4.2 1 9 1 5 5.0 0 5 SDSU 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 New Mexico 11 77 7.0 0 44 1 10 10.0 0 10 Totals 162 1065 6.6 11 49 7 29 4.1 0 10

WESLEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

JOSH VERNON

OFFENSIVE GUARD

SENIOR I 6-2 I 300 I 2L

IRVING, TEXAS MACARTHUR HS

RUSHING Carries: 28 vs. Air Force in 2010 Yards: 209 vs. Air Force in 2010 Long Rush: 64 yards vs. Utah in 2009 Touchdowns: 2, 3x; last vs. Air Force in 2010

RECEIVING Receptions: 3 vs. Colorado State in 2009 Yards: 58 at Clemson in 2009 Long Reception: 58 yards at Clemson in 2009 Touchdowns: 1, 3x; last vs. UNLV in 2009

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Started all 12 games at right guard ... anchored a line that paves the way for the Horned Frogs to rank fourth in scoring (43.3 points per game), seventh in the country in total offense (491.5 yards per game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game) ... the Frogs’ line is tied for seventh nationally in allowing just 0.75 sacks per game … TCU set single-season records in touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) in 2010.

42

RECEIVING Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 8 170 21.3 3 58 7 29 4.1 0 10 15 199 13.3 3 58

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


15

MALCOLM WILLIAMS

CORNERBACK

SENIOR I 5-11 I 200 I 1L

GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS SOUTH GRAND PRAIRIE HS / TRINITY VALLEY CC 2010 I SENIOR SEASON Contributed at safety and on special teams … nine of his 21 tackles came on special teams … totaled a season-best three stops at SMU and New Mexico … recorded two tackles in the 30-21 season opening win over Oregon State at Cowboys Stadium ... also made stops against Wyoming, UNLV and Utah.

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATS

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT 2009 13/0 6 4 10 2010 12/0 8 3 11 Totals 25/0 14 7 21

TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 1 0

WILLIAMS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS DEFENSE Tackles: 3, 3x; last at New Mexico in 2010 Solo Tackles: 3 vs. Texas State in 2009 Fumbles Recovered: 1 vs. Utah in 2009

75

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

DEFENSE Opponent UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF Oregon State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 0 1 1 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Baylor 1 0 1 1.0-8 1.0-8 0 0 0 0 SMU 1 2 3 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Colorado State 2 0 2 1.0-2 1.0-2 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 BYU 1 0 1 1.0-5 1.0-5 0 0 0 0 Air Force 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 UNLV 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Utah 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 1 0 SDSU 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 0 5 5 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 6 11 17 5.0-20 3.0-15 0 0 1 0

YENDREY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5 at New Mexico in 2010 Solo Tackles: 2, 2x; last at Colorado State in 2010 Tackles for Loss: 1.0, 7x; last at New Mexico in 2010 Sacks: 1.0, 5x; last vs. BYU in 2010

88

JIMMY YOUNG

WIDE RECEIVER

SENIOR I 6-1 I 208 I 3L

MONROE, LA.

JOHN WOOLDRIDGE

OUACHITA PARISH HS

2010 I REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON Appeared in five games in his first season ... provides depth on the offensive line ... made his collegiate debut at home against Tennessee Tech ... also faced Wyoming, UNLV, Utah and New Mexico.

2010 I SENIOR SEASON Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference selection … one of only three players to play in all 51 games in the last four seasons, joining fellow wide outs Curtis Clay and Bart Johnson ... has moved into second place on TCU’s career receiving yards list (2,259), behind Mike Renfro (2,739) ... has 13 career touchdowns, tying him with LaTarence Dunbar (1999-02) and Kelly Blackwell (1988-91) for fifth all-time at TCU ... leads all active Frogs in receptions (142) and receiving yards (2,259) ... ranks fourth this season with 27 receptions and 429 yards … had at least one catch in 11 of the 12 games with multiple receptions in six contests, including the final six of the season … third on the team with four receiving touchdowns … had 39-yard score with his lone catch at Colorado State … had a season-high five catches for 84 yards and a touchdown at Utah … scored on a 14-yard reception as part of three catches in the 31-3 win versus BYU … recorded two receptions for 54 yards, including a season-long 45-yard grab in the 66-17 victory at New Mexico.

WOOLDRIDGE’S CAREER STATS

YOUNG’S CAREER STATS

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

RS FRESHMAN I 6-5 I 310 I RS

HOUSTON, TEXAS EPISCOPAL HS

Games Played/Started: 5/0 in 2010

94

DJ YENDREY

DEFENSIVE END

SOPHOMORE I 6-4 I 268 I 1L

RECEIVING Year GP/S Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2007 13/0 23 325 14.1 1 70 2008 13/11 59 988 16.7 5 65 2009 13/12 33 517 15.7 3 36 2010 12/9 27 429 15.9 4 45 Totals 51/32 142 2259 15.8 13 70

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS

EDNA, TEXAS EDNA HS

2010 I SOPHOMORE SEASON Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference selection ... played in all 12 games, making four starts ... his three sacks are third-best on the team ... also tied for fifth on the squad with five tackles for loss ... tallied a tackle in the first five games of the season ... made a stop in nine of TCU’s 12 games ... posted a career-high five tackles, including a tackle for loss, at New Mexico ... recorded his first career fumble recovery at Utah ... the recovery came on Utah’s 26 yard line and led to a TCU touchdown on the first play from scrimmage ... boasted a tackle for loss in four-straight games against Tennessee Tech, Baylor, SMU and Colorado State ... his three sacks came at the expense of Baylor, Colorado State and BYU ... had four multi-tackle performances.

YENDREY’S CAREER STATS

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 10 H 2O0R11 N ERDOFSREOBGOFWOLOTB G AAML EL

DEFENSE Year GP/S UT AT TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2009 13/0 6 7 13 3.0-24 2.0-23 0 0 0 0 2010 12/4 6 11 17 5.0-20 3.0-15 0 0 1 0 Totals 25/4 12 18 30 8.0-44 5.0-38 0 0 1 0

RECEIVING Opponent Rec Yds Avg TD Long Oregon State 0 0 0.0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 17 17.0 0 17 Baylor 3 53 17.7 0 29 SMU 1 9 9.0 0 9 Colorado State 1 39 39.0 1 39 Wyoming 1 8 8.0 0 8 BYU 3 40 13.3 1 15 Air Force 2 38 18.0 0 21 UNLV 4 43 10.8 0 13 Utah 5 84 16.8 1 30 SDSU 4 44 11.0 0 14 New Mexico 2 54 27.0 1 45 Totals 27 429 15.9 4 45

YOUNG’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS

RECEIVING Receptions: 7 vs. Stephen F. Austin in 2008 Yards: 226 vs. Wyoming in 2008 (school record) Long: 70 yards at Stanford in 2007 Touchdowns: 3 vs. Wyoming in 2008 Yards Per Reception (min. 3 rec.): 45.2 yards vs. Wyoming in 2008

TC U F O OTB A L L: N ATI O N’S 6TH-B E ST R E C O R D S I N C E 2 00 5

43


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

G A RY PAT TE RSON

HEAD COACH

KANSAS STATE, 1983 10TH SEASON AS TCU HEAD COACH 13TH SEASON OVERALL AT TCU Since taking over the helm of the Horned Frogs in December 2000, Gary Patterson has become synonymous with TCU football. In 2010, Patterson has guided the Horned Frogs to their second consecutive undefeated regular season and BCS appearance. The Horned Frogs, ranked third, will face Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl. Patterson was selected for nine national coaching honors last season after leading TCU to a 12-1 record, No. 6 ranking and the Fiesta Bowl. Patterson was named National Coach of the Year by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association and Sporting News while also receiving the Bobby Dodd Award, Eddie Robinson Award, Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award, George Munger Award and Woody Hayes Award. The No. 6 ranking in season-ending polls by the Associated Press and USA Today gave the Frogs their second straight top-10 finish and third in the last five years. TCU had its highest season-ending ranking since 1955, when it was also sixth, and has posted back-to-back top-10 appearances in final polls for the first time since the 1958-59 campaigns. The Frogs finished seventh in 2008. In 2009, TCU posted just the second 12-win season in its history, matched only by its 1935 national championship team which also went 12-1. The Frogs had their first undefeated regular season since their 1938 national championship campaign. TCU topped the nation in total defense for the second straight year and fourth time in 10 seasons. Despite losing seven starters to graduation, including three to the NFL, off 2008’s No. 1 defense, the Frogs again led the nation by allowing just 239.7 yards per game. Since the NCAA began tracking statistics in 1937, TCU is tied with Alabama and Auburn for the most No. 1 rankings in total defense at four. All four of the Frogs’ top marks (2000, 2002, 2008, 2009) have come under Patterson. Since 2000, TCU’s first of four team defensive titles, Virginia Tech is the only other school to finish first more than once (2005, 2006). The Frogs, Hokies and Miami, Fla. (1989, 1994) are the only teams to win the crown at least twice since 1989. TCU and Florida were the only schools in 2009 to rank in the top 10 nationally in total offense and defense. The Frogs were seventh offensively at 456.7 yards per game. The dean of Mountain West Conference coaches, Patterson has led TCU to at least 10 wins seven times in the last nine years, including six 11-win campaigns since 2003. No other coach in TCU history has more than two 10-win campaigns. Patterson’s 97-28 (.776) record is the best mark of the four coaches at TCU to be on the sideline for at least 100 games. Patterson’s 97 wins are second on the Frogs’ career victory list, trailing only Dutch Meyer (109-79-13, .575). Meyer coached TCU to its 1935 and 1938 national championships.

44

Patterson’s .776 winning percentage is second among TCU coaches with more than 20 games under their belt and fifth among active coaches in the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly called Division I-A). The Frogs have won six conference titles with Patterson on staff in addition to posting eight of the school’s 12 10-win seasons. He was TCU’s defensive coordinator from 1998-00. During his 13 years on campus, Patterson has seen TCU make 12 bowl appearances. From 2005-08, Patterson led the Frogs to four straight bowl victories for the first time in school history. During that stretch, TCU was one of just seven schools nationally to have a current bowl winning streak of at least four in a row. TCU is 7-4 in bowl games with Patterson on its coaching staff and 5-4 with him as head coach. Prior to Patterson’s arrival on campus in 1998, the Frogs had just four bowl wins in their history.

PATTERSON FILE AGE: ___________________50 (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)

The Frogs are 15-3 in their last 18 games against teams from leagues with automatic BCS bids, including a 6-2 mark versus the Big 12 and a 4-0 record against the Pac-10 the past six seasons.

MARRIED: ___________________________ Kelsey

The Frogs were fourth in the final BCS standings in 2009, marking the highest appearance ever by a team from a nonautomatic qualifying conference.

COACHING EXPERIENCE: 1982______________Kansas State (Graduate Asst.) 1983-84___________ Tennessee Tech (Linebackers) 1986___________________UC Davis (Linebackers) 1987_______ Cal Lutheran (Defensive Coordinator) 1988_________Pittsburg State (Kan.) (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)

In 10 seasons as a head coach, Patterson has coached 130 All-Conference selections, 13 first-team All-Americans, 11 Freshman All-Americans and two Academic All-Americans. In five of its first six seasons in the Mountain West, TCU has set the pace on the all-conference teams. The Frogs had a school-record 20 selections in 2009, 18 in 2005 and 2008, 17 in 2010, 14 in 2006 and 11 in 2007. As TCU’s head coach, Patterson has had 24 players drafted with a total of 47 in NFL camps. 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. Patterson guided TCU to an 11-2 record 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. 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). Patterson became the fastest TCU coach to reach 50 victories (70 games) with a 27-21 win at New Mexico on Nov. 11, 2006.

CHILDREN:_________________ Josh, Cade, Blake

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) 2009_______________________ Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010________________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


H E A D C O A C H GA R Y PAT TE R S O N FROGS UNDER PATTERSON Situation__________________________ Record Score First___________________________ 71-15 When Opp. Scores First________________ 26-13 Lead at the Half________________________ 80-9 Trail at the Half_______________________ 12-17 Tied at the Half_________________________ 5-2 Lead After 3 Quarters___________________ 83-8 Trail After 3 Quarters___________________ 6-16 Tied After 3 Quarters____________________ 8-4 Games Decided in OT____________________ 4-4 300+ yards of Offense_________________ 86-21 100+ Rushing Yards___________________ 94-17 200+ Rushing Yards____________________ 54-2 200+ Passing Yards____________________ 49-18 300+ Passing Yards_____________________ 11-5 Win Time of Possession________________ 78-13 Opp. At or Under 300 Total Yards__________ 70-6 Allow 300+ Total Yards_________________ 27-22 Opp. Under 100 Rush Yds._______________ 70-8

CAREER COACHING WINS AT TCU No.___ Coach _________________________Wins 1.____ Dutch Meyer_____________________ 109 2.____ Gary Patterson____________________ 97 3.____ Abe Martin________________________ 74 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___________________125 4.____ Jim Wacker_______________________ 100 5.____ Pat Sullivan_______________________ 67 6.____ F.A. Dry___________________________ 66 7.____ Francis Schmidt____________________ 57 8.____ Madison A. Bell____________________ 55

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). 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 11-win 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 also led the country in defense during the 2000 and 2002 campaigns. In 2002, the Frogs 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 12 bowl games in 13 seasons, including a 17-3 win over MWC champion Colorado State in the 2002 AXA Liberty Bowl.

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

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. 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. Eleven of Patterson’s career wins came in the Horned 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 to happen 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.

CAREER RECORD BREAKDOWN vs. Conference Opponents______________ 61-18 vs. Non-Conference Opponents_________ 36-10 vs. Ranked Opponents__________________ 10-7 Home Games_________________________ 51-6 Road Games_________________________ 40-18 Neutral Site Games______________________ 6-4 August________________________________ 1-1 September___________________________ 31-9 October______________________________ 33-7 November____________________________ 25-7 December_____________________________ 7-3 January_______________________________ 0-1

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

45


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

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 Horned Frogs scored a school-record six defensive touchdowns, intercepted 12 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 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 allconference recognition and he was a finalist for the Frank Broyles National Assistant Coach of the Year award.

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.

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.

Patterson has been a member of 14 bowl staffs, including one each with Kansas State, Utah State and New Mexico. The other 11 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 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.

PATTERSON’S HEAD COACHING RECORD

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_______ .833_________________ Poinsettia 2009_____ TCU_________ 12_______ 1_______ .923____________________ Fiesta 2010 TCU 12 0 1.000 Rose Totals________________ 97______ 28______ .776_______________ (10 Years)

PATTERSON’S MILESTONE VICTORIES

in______ Date_________Opponent_______ Site____________________ Score W 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 75_______ 9/19/09_______Texas State_______ Fort Worth______________ 56-21

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 2009 Fiesta___________________Boise State_____________ L__________ 10-17 9 Bowls in 10 Years___________________________________ 5-4 Record (.555)

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 10/24/09_________at BYU (16)____________________ W_______________ 38-7 11/14/09_________vs. Utah (16)___________________ W______________ 55-28 1/4/10___________vs. Boise State (6)________________L_______________ 10-17 9/4/10___________vs. Oregon State (24)____________ W______________ 30-21 11/6/10__________at Utah (5)_____________________ W_______________ 47-7 17 Games__________________________________________ 10-7 Record (.588)

46

A native of Rozel, Kansas, Patterson is married to the former Kelsey Hayes. He has three sons: Josh, Cade and Blake.

PATTERSON VS. ALL OPPONENTS

Air Force________________________________________________________ 5-1 Arizona_________________________________________________________ 1-0 Army___________________________________________________________ 6-0 Baylor__________________________________________________________ 3-0 Boise State______________________________________________________ 1-2 BYU____________________________________________________________ 4-2 Cincinnati_______________________________________________________ 1-2 Clemson________________________________________________________ 1-0 Colorado State___________________________________________________ 7-0 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_____________________________________________________ 6-0 North Texas______________________________________________________ 2-0 Northern Illinois__________________________________________________ 1-0 Northwestern____________________________________________________ 2-0 Northwestern State_______________________________________________ 0-1 Oklahoma_______________________________________________________ 1-1 Oregon State____________________________________________________ 1-0 San Diego State__________________________________________________ 6-0 SMU____________________________________________________________ 8-1 Southern Miss____________________________________________________ 3-2 Stanford________________________________________________________ 2-0 Stephen F. Austin_________________________________________________ 1-0 Tennessee Tech___________________________________________________ 1-0 Texas___________________________________________________________ 0-1 Texas A&M_______________________________________________________ 0-1 Texas State______________________________________________________ 1-0 Texas Tech_______________________________________________________ 1-1 Tulane__________________________________________________________ 2-2 UAB____________________________________________________________ 1-2 UC Davis________________________________________________________ 1-0 UNLV___________________________________________________________ 6-0 USF____________________________________________________________ 1-1 Utah___________________________________________________________ 3-3 Vanderbilt_______________________________________________________ 1-0 Virginia_________________________________________________________ 1-0 Wyoming_______________________________________________________ 5-1 Total_________________________________________________________ 97-28

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 2009_________ Nine National Coach of the Year Awards/MWC Coach of the Year

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


TC U I N D I V I D U A L H O N O R S I N T H E PAT T E R S O N E R A TED HENDRICKS AWARD

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN

Jerry Hughes (2009)

Nick Browne (2002-2003)

LOTT TROPHY

CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Jerry Hughes (2009)

RIMINGTON TROPHY Jake Kirkpatrick (2010)

RUDY AWARD Drew Combs (2008)

FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN

Nick Browne (2002) LaMarcus McDonald (2002) Nick Browne (2003) Bo Schobel (2003) Cory Rodgers (2005) Jerry Hughes (2008) Jerry Hughes (2009) Jake Kirkpatrick (2009) Daryl Washington (2009) Tank Carder (2010) Wayne Daniels (2010) Tejay Johnson (2010) Jeremy Kerley (2010) Jake Kirkpatrick (2010)

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) Tanner Brock (2009) Josh Boyce (2010) Stansly Maponga (2010)

Andy Dalton (2009) Andy Dalton (2010)

CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

LaMarcus McDonald (2002) Tommy Blake (2005) Jerry Hughes (2008) Jerry Hughes (2009) Tank Carder (2010)

CONFERENCE  SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR Nick Browne (2003) Jeremy Kerley (2009) Jeremy Kerley (2010)

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) Marcus Cannon (2009) Andy Dalton (2009) Ross Evans (2009) Jerry Hughes (2009) Jeremy Kerley (2009) Marshall Newhouse (2009) Rafael Priest (2009) Nick Sanders (2009) Daryl Washington (2009) Tanner Brock (2010) Marcus Cannon (2010) Tank Carder (2010) Andy Dalton (2010) Wayne Daniels (2010) Tejay Johnson (2010) Jeremy Kerley (2010) Jake Kirkpatrick (2010) Ed Wesley (2010)

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) 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) Tank Carder (2009) Wayne Daniels (2009) Cory Grant (2009) Tejay Johnson (2009) Jake Kirkpatrick (2009) Joseph Turner (2009) Cory Grant (2010) Colin Jones (2010) Jeremy Kerley (2010) Stansly Maponga (2010) Jason Teague (2010)

SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

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

Jason Goss (2001) LaMarcus McDonald (2001) Chad Pugh (2001) LaTarence Dunbar (2002) Kenneth Hilliard (2002)

THIRD TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

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) Evan Frosch (2009) Antoine Hicks (2009) Ed Wesley (2009) Jimmy Young (2009) Evan Frosch (2010) D.J. Yendrey (2010) Jimmy Young (2010)

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 Clint Gresham Tye Gunn Reggie Harrell David Hawthorne Robert Henson Kenneth Hilliard Stephen Hodge Reggie Holts Jerry Hughes Chase Johnson Matty Lindner Adrian Madise Cody McCarty LaMarcus McDonald Jeremy Modkins Marshall Newhouse Chase Ortiz Martin Patterson Jason Phillips Robert Pollard Jamal Powell Rafael Priest Ranorris Ray Jared Retkofsky Nic Richmond David Roach Cory Rodgers Tyrone Sanders Blake Schlueter Bo Schobel Matt Schobel Herb Taylor Michael Toudouze John Turntine Daryl Washingotn Marvin White

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

47


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

JA R R E T T AN DE RSON

CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ RUNNING BACKS 13TH SEASON AT TCU NEW MEXICO, 1993

ANDERSON FILE

After coming to TCU as a graduate assistant, Jarrett Anderson

season in TCU history. His 59 receptions tied for the fourth-

is in his 13th year overall with the Horned Frogs.

best total on the Frogs’ single-season chart.

In February 2009, Anderson was promoted to co-offensive

Under Anderson’s tutelage, three TCU receivers in eight years

coordinator. He also became the running backs coach after

were drafted by NFL teams.

HOMETOWN:____________________ Tyler, Texas

Cory Rodgers was a fourth-round pick by Green Bay in

MARRIED:_____________________________ Lisa

serving as wide receivers coach the previous eight seasons. In 2010 and for the third-straight season, Anderson has

2006. Adrian Madise and LaTarence Dunbar were selected

helped lead a TCU offense that shattered single-season

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

school records for points scored (520) and touchdowns (70).

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

The Frogs have scored in all but one quarter this year.

various TCU receiving categories.

The Horned Frogs rank fourth nationally in scoring (43.3

Reggie Harrell, who signed as a free agent with Dallas,

points per game), seventh in total offense (491.5 yards per

became TCU’s first 1,000-yard receiver in 2003.

game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game).

AGE:___________________ 40 (born Dec. 7, 1970)

CHILDREN:____________________ Aidan and Eli ALMA MATER:_____________ New Mexico (1993) PLAYING EXPERIENCE: 1990-91___________________Tyler Junior College 1992-93_________________________ New Mexico

During his three-year career, Rodgers tied Mike Renfro’s Sophomores Ed Wesley and Matthew Tucker have marched

career TCU mark of 17 receiving touchdowns.

for career-highs in yards and touchdowns. Tucker rumbled for a career-best 694 yards for seven scores, while Wesley

Both Harrell and Rodgers rank among the top 10 in school

scampered for 1,065 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns to

history in career receptions and yards while earning all-

become the first Frog to rush for 1,000 on the season since

conference recognition.

Robert Merrill (1,107) in 2003. Wesley garnered All-MWC firstteam considerations.

leading receiver with 111 catches. In addition, Michael

In 2009, the Horned Frogs established previous single-season school marks for points scored (498), total offense (5,937 yards) and first downs (311).

DePriest was signed as a free-agent in 2007 by Indianapolis. Prior to assuming his current duties, Anderson served on the TCU coaching staff as a graduate assistant from 1998-00,

TCU ranked fifth nationally in rushing offense (239.5 yards per game) and scoring (38.3 points per game) while placing seventh in total offense (456.7 yards per game) and eighth in passing efficiency (154.1).

working primarily with the Frogs’ offensive line. Anderson spent one season (1997) as an assistant coach at Tyler Junior College, where he worked with the running backs and receivers. He began his collegiate playing career at

Anderson helped mentor Tucker and Wesley into being the

Tyler before transferring to New Mexico. He lettered for the

Frogs’ second- and third-leading rushers with 676 and 638

Lobos in both 1992 and 1993.

yards, respectively. Those totals represented the fifth- and sixth-best rushing totals by a freshman in TCU history. In 2008, Jimmy Young became the first TCU wide receiver to be named All-Mountain West Conference. Young had 988 yards receiving to narrowly miss just the second 1,000-yard

48

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

Anderson graduated from New Mexico in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in university studies and earned a master’s degree in TCU’s MLA program.

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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

Anderson and his wife, Lisa, have two sons: Aidan and Eli.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


D I C K B U M PAS

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ DEFENSIVE LINE 7TH SEASON AT TCU ARKANSAS, 1973

BUMPAS FILE AGE:__________________ 61 (born Dec. 19, 1949) 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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

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 Utah State from 1992-94 and at Navy in 1995. At both places, Bumpas was the defensive coordinator while Patterson was the secondary coach. In 2010, Bumpas was a finalist for the Broyles Award, recognizing the nation’s top assistant coach, for the third consecutive season. He has been a finalist for the honor four times in his career. TCU currently tops the country in total defense (215.4 ypg), pass defense (126.3 ypg), scoring defense (11.4 ppg) and first downs allowed (136). Bumpas has an All-American on all three levels of his starting lineup in defensive end Wayne Daniels, linebacker Tank Carder and safety Tejay Johnson. Johnson was one of three finalists for the 2010 Jim Thorpe Award. Bumpas mentored Horned Frog defensive end Jerry Hughes into being a two-time consensus All-American and the 2009 recipient of the Ted Hendricks Award and Lott Trophy. Hughes, who had never played on defense until arriving at TCU, was also a finalist for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award. In 2008. 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). 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 defensive end Matt Panfil enjoyed their best seasons in 2008 and were both secondteam picks. Defensive tackle James Vess was an honorablemention choice. 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). 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.

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. Houston finished 25th in the nation in total defense that first year while ranking 20th against the run and 22nd in scoring defense. In 2001, Bumpas coached Wayne Rogers, the Conference USA Co-Defensive Player of the Year.

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

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. At season’s end, he was invited to coach in the Blue-Gray All-Star Game. In 1996, Bumpas’ defense held California to just three secondhalf points in an Aloha Bowl victory. 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), during which time he mentored 1990 Lombardi Award winner Chris Zorich. 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.

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

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

49


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

R U ST Y B U R NS

WIDE RECEIVERS 2ND SEASON AT TCU SPRINGFIELD, 1978

Rusty Burns joined the TCU staff as wide receivers coach in

Burns has also been an offensive coordinator at Cincinnati

February 2009.

(2002-03), Wyoming (1999-01), Memphis (1996-98) and

BURNS FILE

Connecticut (1980-88).

AGE:__________________55 (born Sept. 27, 1955)

high 50-catch season, becoming the 13th player in program

At Cincinnati, Burns directed a record-setting offensive attack

HOMETOWN:__________________ Bourne, Mass.

history with at least 50 grabs in a season. Kerley has also

in 2002 that helped lead the Bearcats to the Conference USA

tied Mike Renfro’s 1977 TCU record with 10 touchdown

championship. Cincinnati set school marks for passing yards

receptions. Kerley claimed second-team MWC honors, along

(3,649 yards), total offense (5,565 yards) and points (409). The

with honorable-mention member Jimmy Young.

Bearcats led C-USA in passing (260.6) and total offense (397.5)

In 2010, Burns has tutored senior Jeremy Kerley to a career-

MARRIED:___________________________ Debra CHILDREN:_________________ Kelly and Kirsten

per game.

ALMA MATER:______________ Springfield (1978)

2010, pacing all TCU receivers with 602 receiving yards

It was Burns’ second stint at Cincinnati. He was the Bearcats’

and averaging 50.2 receiving yards per game. Boyce’s 33

quarterbacks coach from 1989-91. Burns also served three

PLAYING EXPERIENCE: 1974-77__________________________ Springfield

receptions are second on the team and the most by a TCU

seasons (1992-94) as an assistant coach at Georgia Tech.

Freshman Josh Boyce also exploded onto the scene in

freshman since Cory Rodgers (37) in 2003. In his final year at Wyoming, Burns had the most improved In his first season with the Horned Frogs, four of TCU’s top-six

offense in the Mountain West Conference.

receivers posted reception totals that surpassed their career totals entering the season. Three TCU receivers, Antoine

Burns is a 1978 graduate of Springfield College, where he

Hicks, Jeremy Kerley and Jimmy Young, were named All-

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

Mountain West Conference, while Ryan Christian continued

Springfield. His first coaching position came at his alma mater

his career professionally with the Toronto Argonauts of the

as he served two seasons as offensive coordinator upon his

Canadian Football League.

graduation.

Prior to arriving at TCU, Burns spent four seasons (2004-07) as

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

the offensive coordinator at SMU. The Mustangs set a school

Kirsten.

record with 29 touchdown passes in 2006, while their 325 points scored ranked third all-time in SMU history.

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-present_____________TCU (Wide Receivers) BOWL GAMES: 2002____________ New Orleans Bowl (Cincinnati) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

50

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


J U STI N FU E NTE

CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ QUARTERBACKS 4TH SEASON AT TCU MURRAY STATE, 1999

FUENTE FILE AGE:__________________ 34 (born July 30, 1976) HOMETOWN:____________________ Tulsa, Okla. MARRIED:___________________________ Jenny CHILDREN:______________________Cecilia Mae

Justin Fuente joined the TCU football coaching staff in

LaDainian Tomlinson keyed a Frog ground attack that

February 2007 as running backs coach and was promoted to

averaged 275.6 per game.

co-offensive coordinator in February 2009. As part of his new duties, he moved from running backs to quarterbacks coach.

Fuente coached tailback Aaron Brown into being a sixthround selection by the Detroit Lions in the 2009 NFL draft.

In 2010, Fuente helped direct TCU to single-season records in touchdowns (70) and points scored (520) and also helped

Fuente came to TCU after spending the previous six seasons

the Horned Frogs rank fourth nationally in scoring (43.3

as quarterbacks coach at Illinois State. His final three years

points per game), seventh in total offense (491.5 yards per

saw him double as the Redbirds’ offensive coordinator.

ALMA MATER:_____________ Murray State (1999)

game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game).

PLAYING EXPERIENCE: 1996-97__________________________ Oklahoma 1998-99________________________ Murray State 2000-01__________________Oklahoma Wranglers

Under Fuente’s tutelage, senior quarterback Andy Dalton has

former TCU quarterbacks coach and then-Sooners offensive

become TCU’s career leader in every major passing record.

coordinator Dick Winder. Fuente set an Oklahoma freshman

Dalton is also the Mountain West Conference career leader

record with 11 touchdown passes. He transferred to Murray

in total offense (11,678 yards) and plays from scrimmage

State for his final two years of eligibility.

(1,698).

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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

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

Fuente set 11 school records at Murray State, including total

Dalton garnered 2010 MWC Offensive Player of the Year

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

honors, while also becoming a finalist for the Manning

the Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year and

Award and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award.

a finalist for the Walter Payton Award, given annually to the nation’s top player in Division I-AA.

In his first season as co-offensive coordinator, Fuente helped direct a record-setting 2009 TCU attack. The Horned Frogs

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

established single-season school marks for points scored

nationally in total offense in 2005 and 2006. The Redbirds

(498), total offense (5,937 yards) and first downs (311).

placed eighth in 2006 with an average of 397.5 yards per game after ranking fifth in both total offense (477.6 yards)

TCU ranked fifth nationally in rushing offense (239.5 yards

and scoring (39.2 points) in 2005.

per game) and scoring (38.3 points per game) while placing seventh in total offense (456.7 yards per game) and eighth in

Fuente coached Redbird quarterback Luke Drone to first-

passing efficiency (154.1).

team All-Gateway Conference honors as he led the league in passing (227.8 yards) and total offense (231.6 yards).

Dalton received Mountain West Conference Offensive Player

Running back Pierre Rembert set an Illinois State single-

of the Year and All-America honors. Dalton was also one of

season record while ranking sixth nationally in rushing with

10 finalists for the Manning Award as he set a single-season

1,743 yards (134.1 per game).

TCU record with 2,756 yards passing. Following his collegiate career, Fuente played professionally The Horned Frogs defined running back by committee in

with the Oklahoma Wranglers in the Arena League. A 1999

2008. TCU ranked 12th nationally in rushing despite not

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

having a player in the top-96 individually. TCU’s 220.2 yards per game rushing was its highest mark since 2000, when

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

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

51


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

C H A D G LASGOW

SAFETIES

10TH SEASON AT TCU OKLAHOMA STATE, 1995 Chad Glasgow, a member of Gary Patterson’s first staff at

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

TCU, is in his 10th year as the Horned Frogs’ safeties coach.

fourth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals. Bonner was a second-team selection.

AGE: __________________ 38 (born Jan. 18, 1972)

White and Jeremy Modkins were All-MWC in 2005.

HOMETOWN: _______________ Woodward, Okla.

Tejay Johnson, a finalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, is third on

Since arriving at TCU, Glasgow also tutored all-conference

WIFE:_______________________________ Maida

the team in tackles with 56 and garnered first-team Walter

safeties Kenneth Hilliard, a free-agent signee with the

Camp All-America honors.

Buffalo Bills, and Marvin Godbolt, who inked a professional

Glasgow has four safeties currently in the top-six in tackles for the Frogs this season. Senior Colin Jones has enjoyed a career year, tallying 70 stops and 10.5 tackles for loss. Senior

contract in the Canadian Football League. With Johnson and Jones earning first and second-team honors, respectively, Glasgow has now coached 14 all-

Glasgow coached safeties, including 2000 Southland

conference picks at safety for TCU.

Conference Player of the Year C.J. Carroll, at Southwest Texas State from 1998-00.

Four TCU safeties in the last four years have signed National Prior to his stint at Southwest Texas State, Glasgow spent

Football League contracts.

one year at Illinois State as the linebackers coach. After the graduation of two of three starters at safety from 2008’s top-ranked defense, Glasgow directed a unit that

Glasgow also had coaching stops as a graduate assistant at

again helped TCU rank No. 1 in the country for total defense

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

in 2009.

New Mexico (1996) with Dennis Franchione. Patterson was the Lobos’ defensive coordinator that season.

Stephen Hodge, who led the nation in sacks by a defensive back with eight in 2007, was a sixth-round draft pick by the

A three-year letterwinner, Glasgow played linebacker at

Dallas Cowboys in 2009.

Oklahoma State. He earned a bachelor’s degree from OSU in business administration in 1995.

Hodge and David Roach earned All-MWC honors in 2007.

52

GLASGOW FILE

Roach and Brian Bonner signed 2008 free-agent contracts

Glasgow and his wife, Maida, were married in March 2010.

with the New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers,

The couple welcomed twin boys, Brance and Colt, in

respectively.

November.

CHILDREN:____________ Brance and Colt (twins) 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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


C L AY J E N N I N GS

CORNERBACKS 3RD SEASON AT TCU NORTH TEXAS, 1996

JENNINGS FILE AGE:___________________ 37 (born Nov. 3, 1973)

Clay Jennings joined the TCU football staff as cornerbacks

Lafayette, where he helped the Ragin’ Cajuns to a No. 11

coach in January 2008.

national ranking in pass defense. At Louisiana-Lafayette, Jennings tutored current NFL players Antwain Spann (New

In his three seasons with the Horned Frogs, TCU has led the

HOMETOWN:___________________ Waco, Texas

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

nation in total defense.

Adams (Arizona Cardinals).

MARRIED:__________________________ Belinda

Jason Teague claimed 2010 second-team All-Mountain West

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

Conference honors, boasting 33 tackles, two interceptions,

coach and recruiting coordinator at Sam Houston State.

nine passes defended and a pair of forced fumbles. Teague

He helped the Bearkats to a share of the 2001 Southland

returned one of his picks 29 yards for a touchdown against

Conference championship and the quarterfinal round of the

Tennessee Tech.

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

CHILDREN:_________________ Kirby and Kenzie ALMA MATER:______________North Texas (1996) 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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

Both Rafael Priest and Nick Sanders were first-team AllMountain West Conference selections in 2009. Priest was

American and Buck Buchanan Award finalist Keith Davis, who just completed his fifth season with the Dallas Cowboys.

ranked by Rivals.com as the nation’s sixth-best cornerback,

Jennings also coached the secondary at Southern Arkansas

while Sanders was tabbed by Sporting News as the MWC’s

(2000), Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa (1999) and

hardest hitter.

Morehouse College in Atlanta (1998). At SAU, Jennings

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.

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

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. Jennings is a 1992 graduate of Waco’s La Vega High School and a 1996 North Texas alumnus (bachelor’s of science in kinesiology). Jennings and his wife, Belinda, have two children: son Kirby and daughter Kenzie.

Prior to his two-year stint at Houston, Jennings spent two seasons (2003-04) as the defensive backs coach at Louisiana-

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

53


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

D A N SHAR P

TIGHT ENDS/ SPECIAL TEAMS 10TH SEASON AT TCU TCU, 1985

One of the more popular players to ever don the Purple and White, Dan Sharp is in his 10th year during his second stint as an assistant coach at his alma mater. He doubles as the tight ends and special teams coach. A 2005 inductee into the TCU Lettermen’s Hall of Fame, Sharp returned to the Frogs’ staff in 2001 as the tight ends coach and special teams coordinator. He previously coached nine seasons at TCU before heading to Tulsa in 1998.

54

Sharp coached TCU placekicker and three-time All-Mountain West Conference selection Chris Manfredini to a 47-of-54 mark on field goals in three seasons (2005-07). Additionally, punter Derek Wash was an honorable-mention All-MWC choice in 2007 with a 42.5 average.

Under Sharp’s tutelage in 2010, senior Jeremy Kerley is one of just two players in the nation to rank in the top-20 in punt returns and kickoff returns, averaging a career-best 28.0 yards on kickoff returns.

Placekicker Nick Browne and punter Joey Biasatti were semifinalists for the Lou Groza and Ray Guy Awards, respectively, during the 2002 campaign. Browne earned AllAmerica honors and was the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year in 2003.

Kerley was named the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year. TCU has had the first-team All-MWC return specialist all six seasons it has been in the league (Kerley, 2008-10; Brian Bonner, 2006-07; Cory Rodgers, 2005).

In the last four seasons, three tight ends (Chad Andrus, Brent Hecht, Shae Reagan) have been inducted into the National Football Foundation’s Hampshire Honor Society for academic excellence.

Junior placekicker Ross Evans ranks second in the MWC in scoring with 98 points while tying for 40th nationally at 8.2 points per game. Evans set a TCU single-game record with nine extra points in the 66-17 win at New Mexico. Kickoff specialist Kevin Sharples has a career-best 14 touchbacks in 2010.

Under Sharp’s leadership, Matt Schobel was the second pick in the third round of the 2002 National Football League draft and the 67th player selected overall. In 2004, Cody McCarty garnered first-team all-league honors.

TCU topped the nation in 2009 in kickoff-return average with a 29.2-yard mark. The Horned Frogs led the Mountain West Conference in kickoff and punt returns as they had three special teams touchdowns. Kerley returned two punts for scores and received All-America honors as a return specialist, while Greg McCoy returned a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown en route to setting a single-season TCU record with a 35.9-yard average.

SHARP FILE

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

Sharp previously coached at TCU (1991-97) under both Jim Wacker and Pat Sullivan. He mentored the tight ends for five years and handled the defensive ends for two seasons. Before joining the TCU staff on a full-time basis, Sharp served as a graduate assistant under Wacker. 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 touchdown reception in a 32-31 win at Arkansas, the Frogs’ first victory in Fayetteville in 29 years.

Sharp also coached first-team All-MWC placekicker Ross Evans, who was 15-of-18 on field-goal attempts while setting a single-season TCU record with 61 extra-points made.In 2008, Sharp mentored Evans and fellow freshman Anson Kelton as they handled the kicking game for TCU.

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 yards and seven touchdowns. He spent two years in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons before returning to TCU in 1988.

Kelton earned All-Mountain West Conference honors as 30 of his 54 punts (55.6 percent) were placed inside the opponent 20 with just seven touchbacks. He had a 41.3 average. Evans made 16-of-20 field goals, including a 50-yard effort on his first collegiate attempt. He was the only freshman among

He received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from TCU in 1985 and his master’s in liberal arts in 1992.

AGE:___________________ 48 (born Feb. 5, 1962) 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) 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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

Sharp and his wife, Cindy, both natives of Boerne, Texas, are the parents of two daughters: Alexandra and Andrea.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


TO NY TADE MY

LINEBACKERS

6TH SEASON AT TCU LOUISIANA TECH, 1983

TADEMY FILE

Tony Tademy joined the TCU football staff in June 2005.

an 11-1 record with a defensive unit that led the nation in turnover margin (+21), interceptions (26) and takeaways (40).

AGE:_________________ 51 (born March 1, 1959)

Tademy has coached at least two All-Mountain West

Phillips became the first freshman defensive player in MWC

Conference selections each of his six years at TCU. Four

HOMETOWN:_______________ Jacksonville, Ark.

history to be named first- or second-team all-conference. He

Horned Frog linebackers in the last three seasons have

was also a Freshman All-American.

MARRIED:___________________________ Maria CHILDREN:___________________ A.J. and Victor

reached the National Football League. Prior to arriving at TCU, Tademy spent two seasons as the Daryl Washington was a 2010 second-round draft pick of the

defensive coordinator at McKinney (Texas) High School.

Arizona Cardinals, while David Hawthorne was the Seattle

ALMA MATER:___________ Louisiana Tech (1983)

Seahawks’ leading tackler last year. In 2008, Jason Phillips and

Tademy has been in the coaching profession since earning his

Robert Henson were both first-team All-MWC and NFL draft

bachelor’s degree in general studies from Louisiana Tech in

PLAYING EXPERIENCE: 1977-80_______________________ Louisiana Tech

selections. Phillips was the first pick in the fifth round by the

1983. While an undergrad, he played linebacker and helped

Baltimore Ravens, while Henson was a sixth-round choice by

the Bulldogs to a pair of Independence Bowl appearances.

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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

the Washington Redskins. Tademy’s first full-time assistant coaching stint came at VMI In 2010, junior Tank Carder was named an AFCA All-American

from 1985-86 when current TCU assistant head coach and

and MWC Defensive Player of the Year. Sophomore Tanner

offensive line coach Eddie Williamson was the Keydets’ head

Brock, the Frogs’ leader in tackles with 97 stops, also garnered

coach.

first-team MWC accolades in his first year as a starter. Tademy coached the 1987 season at Louisiana Tech, serving The 2009 campaign saw Washington and Carder, in their first

as the inside linebackers coach. He later became the offensive

season as starters, earn first- and second-team All-Mountain

line and specialists coach at Howard University, where he also

West Conference honors, respectively. Washington was

coached linebackers and was the recruiting coordinator.

named to four All-America teams in addition to being a Butkus Award semifinalist.

Tademy spent three seasons (1994-96) at the University of Houston, working with the defensive ends under coach Kim

Phillips became the first defensive player in MWC history to

Helton and helping the Cougars to the 1996 Liberty Bowl.

be a first- or second-team all-conference selection in four consecutive seasons. Henson was an honorable-mention

Tademy returned to the high school ranks as an assistant

pick his first three years before becoming a first-team

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

honoree as a senior.

before taking over as the defensive coordinator at LouisianaLafayette from 1999-01. He spent one season as the defensive

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

coordinator at Blinn College before becoming the defensive

state’s Best Linebacker in 2007, while Hawthorne, a three-

coordinator at McKinney in 2003.

year starter (2005-07), signed a free-agent contract with the Seahawks.

A Jacksonville, Ark., native, Tademy and his wife, Maria, have two sons: A.J. and Victor.

In 2005, Tademy’s first season, TCU’s top three linebackers featured a pair of redshirt freshmen (Phillips and Henson) and a sophomore (Hawthorne). The Frogs were still able to post

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

55


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

E D D I E WI LLIAMSON

ASSISTANT HEAD COACH/ OFFENSIVE LINE 10TH SEASON AT TCU DAVIDSON, 1974 A veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks, Eddie Williamson is in his 10th season at TCU as the offensive line coach. He was given the title of assistant head coach in 2002. Williamson has coached 16 All-Mountain West Conference selections over the last six seasons. Four of his former TCU linemen are active in the National Football League. Williamsons’ 2010 offensive line helped lead TCU to singleseason records in touchdowns (70) and points scored (520), while serving instrumental in tying for seventh nationally in allowing just 0.75 sacks per game. The Horned Frogs also rank fourth nationally in scoring (43.3 points per game), seventh in total offense (491.5 yards per game) and ninth in rushing (261.2 yards per game). Center Jake Kirkpatrick was a Walter Camp first-team AllAmerican selection and won the 2010 Rimington Trophy, recognizing the nation’s top center. He also joined senior Marcus Cannon on the All-MWC first team. Kirkpatrick, who only played one year of high school football, is in his second season as TCU’s starting center. Three of TCU’s five starters received postseason accolades in 2009, including first-team All-MWC tackles Cannon and Marshall Newhouse. Newhouse was drafted in the fifth round by the Green Bay Packers. Kirkpatrick received first-team AllAmerica honors and was one of six finalists for the Rimington Award. The 2009 TCU offensive line ranked sixth nationally in allowing only 12 sacks (0.9 per game). The Horned Frogs established single-season school marks for points scored (498), total offense (5,937 yards) and first downs (311). TCU ranked fifth nationally in rushing offense (239.5 yards per game) and scoring (38.3 points per game) while placing seventh in total offense (456.7 yards per game) and eighth in passing efficiency (154.1). In 2008, center Blake Schlueter was a first-team All-MWC

pick and a seventh-round draft pick of the Denver Broncos. Newhouse and Cannon earned second-team and honorablemention honors, respectively. They helped TCU lead the nation in time of possession (35:10) while setting school records for points scored (437) and touchdowns (56). Tackle Herb Taylor was a two-time first-team All-MWC selection (2005-06) before the Kansas City Chiefs made him a sixth-round draft pick. Michael Toudouze, also a tackle, was first-team All-MWC in 2005 and a fifth-round selection of the Indianapolis Colts. He earned a Super Bowl championship ring as a rookie and was also on the Colts’ roster during their 2009 Super Bowl run. Anthony Alabi was a fifth-round pick of the Miami Dolphins in 2005. With four new starters on the offensive line in 2006, TCU allowed just 13 sacks. It was the lowest total in the MWC and tied for the sixth-best mark nationally. In 2005, with three new starters, the Frogs surrendered the league’s secondfewest sacks. Williamson came to TCU from Wake Forest, where he served as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. He joined the WFU staff in January 2000. Williamson also served as an assistant coach at Texas Southern, Baylor, North Carolina, Wake Forest, South Carolina, Georgia, Duke and Furman. Williamson also has experience as a head coach, serving in that role at VMI from 1985-88. A part of 16 bowl teams, Williamson’s college coaching career began soon after graduating from Davidson College in 1974. A native of Pendleton, S.C., Williamson was a standout linebacker at Davidson (1971-73). He graduated in 1974 and went on to earn his master’s degree from Furman in 1976. Williamson and his wife, Patty, have three children: Eddie III, Carrie Beth and Tricia.

WILLIAMSON FILE AGE:__________________ 59 (born Dec. 11, 1951) HOMETOWN:_________________Pendleton, S.C. MARRIED:____________________________ Patty CHILDREN:______ Eddie III, Carrie Beth and Tricia ALMA MATER:________________Davidson (1974) MASTER’S DEGREE:____________ Furman (1976) 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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

56

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


D O N SOM M E R

HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH 10TH SEASON AT TCU UTEP, 1987

SOMMER FILE AGE:___________________ 46 (born Feb. 1, 1964) HOMETOWN:__________________Bellaire, Texas

Don Sommer is in his 10th year as TCU’s head strength and

bringing the total number of MSCCs in the world to 36 at the

conditioning coach after arriving on campus in January

time of his certification.

2001. He was named the 2008 National Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year by footballscoop.com.

Sommer is a graduate of the University of Texas-El Paso with a bachelor’s degree in education. He was a four-year

In his capacity, Sommer is responsible for the overall

letterman and starter for the Miners’ football squad before

direction, design and implementation of strength and

playing professionally with the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis

conditioning programs for all 20 sports at TCU.

Colts.

ALMA MATER:___________________ UTEP (1987)

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

Sommer returned to the classroom following his playing

five football players and a total of 10 student-athletes

career and earned his master’s degree in health education

MASTER’S DEGREE:___________ Missouri (1991)

receiving All-America honors from the National Strength and

from Missouri.

MARRIED:___________________________ Cindy CHILDREN:_________________Dayne and Kaylin

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Conditioning Association (NSCA).

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)

Sommer and his wife, Cindy, have two children: Dayne and Sommer came to TCU after serving in a similar capacity at

Kaylin.

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,

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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

57


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

M I KE SI NQU E FI E LD

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS 16TH SEASON AT TCU LSU, 1992

football operations and 16th 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,

AGE:___________________ 42 (born Oct. 7, 1968) HOMETOWN:____________________LaPlace, La.

team travel and recruiting visitations.

MARRIED:____________________________ Alisa

Sinquefield previously served as the athletics equipment

CHILDREN:___________________ Kaleb and Levi

man­ger 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 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 two sons: Kaleb and Levi.

58

SINQUEFIELD FILE

Mike Sin­que­field is in his 10th season as the director of

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) 2009_______________________Fiesta Bowl (TCU) 2010_______________________ Rose Bowl (TCU)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


F O O TB A L L S U P PO R T S TA FF

BRANDON LECHTENBERG

GRADUATE ASSISTANT DEFENSE

1ST SEASON AS GA, 3RD SEASON OVERALL AT TCU NEBRASKA, 2005 Brandon Lechtenberg is in his third year at TCU and first as the graduate assistant working with the Horned Frogs’ defense. His first two seasons were spent as a graduate assistant in video. Lechtenberg came to TCU after serving as the defensive coordinator at Central City (Neb.) High School, helping the Bison to the playoffs for the first time in 19 seasons.

TI M ALLM O N Assistant Video Coordinator

D O N N A B IASAT TI

Administrative Assistant to Coach Patterson

J E R E M I A H FI S C U S Graduate Assistant— Video

Before his year at Central City, Lechtenberg served two seasons (2005-06) as the defensive line coach and special teams coordinator at North Star High School in Lincoln. He was instrumental in the Gators making their first playoff appearance in school history.

H O R N E D F R O G C O A C H E S & STA F F

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Lechtenberg is a 2005 graduate of Nebraska, receiving his degree in education and social studies. As a senior at Butte High School, Lechtenberg was the state’s Defensive Player of the Year in leading the Wildcats to the state title. Also a standout on the track, he was part of a state gold medal winning 4x400 team.

RUSS PLAGER

D AV I D GAB LE

GRADUATE ASSISTANT

G I S E L E KATE S

Head Football Trainer

Administrative Assistant

M I KE MAPLE S

RYA N M C I N E R N E Y

M AT T LEWI S

Equipment Manager

OFFENSE

1ST SEASON AT TCU NEBRASKA, 2005 Russ Plager is in his first year at TCU and is the graduate assistant for the Horned Frogs’ offense. Plager will work with the offensive line in addition to assisting with video breakdown. Plager comes to TCU after working the last five years as the running backs and defensive backs coach at North Star High School in Lincoln, Neb. As an undergraduate at the University of Nebraska, Plager worked as a student assistant with the Cornhuskers’ football team. His degree is in education. Plager lettered in football, basketball and golf at Table Rock (Neb.) High School.

Video Coordinator

DANIELLE BARTELSTEIN

Graduate Assistant— Video

M A R K M I LLE R

Assistant Equipment Manager

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS 1ST SEASON AT TCU ILLINOIS, 2006 Danielle Bartelstein joined the TCU football staff in September 2010 as the assistant director of football operations. In addition to helping coordinate team travel, Bartelstein organizes and maintains the recruiting database while serving as the contact for high schools and junior colleges. She is also the liaison to pro scouts. Bartelstein came to TCU after serving two years in the football program and athletics department at Stanford. Her myriad of responsibilities included summer camps, video and marketing.

M AT T PAR K E R

Associate Strength Coach

C H R I S U C HACZ Director of Athletic Academic Services

A 2006 Dean’s List graduate of Illinois, Bartelstein worked with the Illini’s football program as an undergraduate. She assisted with recruiting, camps and administrative duties.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

59


H O R N E D F R O G F O OTB A L L U N I V E R S IT Y A D M I N I STR ATI O N

U N I V E R S IT Y AD M I N I STR ATI O N

DR. VICTOR J. BOSCHINI, JR.

CHANCELLOR

8TH YEAR AT TCU Working to Provide a World-Class, Values-Centered University Experience As Chancellor of Texas Christian University since 2003, Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr., has had the privilege of leading the university through an extraordinary period. TCU has made unprecedented investments in scholarships, facilities and technology, academic programs, and new faculty and staff, all for one purpose: providing a world-class, values-centered university experience for TCU’s almost 9,000 students. Reflecting his background in higher education administration and the familiarity with undergraduates that comes from teaching a class in the College of Education each year, Chancellor Boschini knows it’s a 24/7 world for this generation of Horned Frogs. And he’s determined that TCU maximizes all the opportunities for learning. That’s why the new Campus Commons is open day and night. With four residence halls, the Brown-Lupton University Union, and our newest academic building Scharbauer Hall, the Commons is becoming the center of a vibrant social, cultural and intellectual life for students, faculty and staff. The Campus Commons concept grew from Vision in Action, a major strategic planning effort Dr. Boschini launched soon after becoming TCU’s 10th chancellor. Among the results of Vision in Action are 10 new facilities opened in recent years; significant increases in scholarships and financial aid funds; the addition of a substantial number of faculty and instructional positions, resulting in a low 15:1 student/faculty ratio; several endowed chairs and professorships; and the creation of the John V. Roach Honors College. Underwriting these achievements is The Campaign for TCU, which has raised more than $273 million, two years ahead of its original $250 million goal. Chancellor Boschini maintains a high profile in the world of higher education. As a past chair of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (NAICU), he advocated for 1,000 independent colleges and universities across the nation. As past chair, he continues his work for NAICU, which is often described as “the voice of private higher education.” Chancellor Boschini is also past chair of the Mountain West Conference’s Executive Board and is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT). In spite of these responsibilities, the Chancellor teaches one course every academic year. This year he is teaching a course called The American University Experience in our great College of Education here on campus. The overarching theme of his course considers the question, “Is higher education a driving force for positive social change in the United States?” It’s a natural fit since he not only holds the rank of professor of education, but also brings an extensive background in higher education administration to the classroom. Since TCU is Fort Worth’s “home team,” the Chancellor takes an active role in as many community ventures as possible. He serves on the board of directors of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Van Cliburn Foundation. Chancellor Boschini and his wife Megan have given TCU two Horned Frogs: Elizabeth, a 2009 graduate, and Mary, a junior. Future Frogs Edward and Margaret attend All Saints Episcopal School in Fort Worth.

60

TCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS OF THE BOARD CHAIRMAN_____________________ J. Luther King, Jr. VICE CHAIRMAN____________Clarence Scharbauer III SECRETARY______________________ Karen M. Baker TREASURER____________________ Brian G. Gutierrez Term Expires Spring 2011 J. Kelly Cox (Midland) Alan D. Friedman (Dallas) Ann M. Jones (Albany) Mary Ralph Lowe (Fort Worth) Matthew K. Rose (Fort Worth) Patricia Penrose Schieffer (Washington, D.C.) F. Howard Walsh, Jr. (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2012 Amy R. Bailey (Fort Worth) Marcia Fuller French (Fort Worth) Rafael G. Garza (Fort Worth) Charlie L. Geren (Fort Worth) Nick A. Giachino (Chicago, IL) J. Luther King, Jr. (Dallas) G. Malcolm Louden (Fort Worth) Kit Tennison Moncrief (Fort Worth) Roger A. Ramsey (Houston) Trevor D. Rees-Jones (Dallas) Joan G. Rogers (Fort Worth) Edgar H. Schollmaier (Fort Worth) Rick L Wittenbraker (Houston) Kimbell Fortson Wynne (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2013 Peter L. Bermont (Miami, Fla.) John F. Davis III (Dallas) A.R. “Buddy” Dike (Fort Worth) Kenneth J. Huffman (Newtown, Pa.) Bruce W. Hunt (Dallas) Ronald C. Parker (Dallas) Billy Rosenthal (Fort Worth) Clarence Scharbauer III (Midland) Duer Wagner III (Dallas/Fort Worth) Lissa N. Wagner (Midland) Robert J. Wright (Dallas) Term Expires Spring 2014 Leanne Acuff (Colorado Springs, Colo.) Allie Beth Allman (Dallas) Brenda A. Cline (Fort Worth) Ronald W. Clinkscale (Fort Worth) Lou Hill Davidson (Washington, D.C.) G. Hunter Enis (Fort Worth) Mark L. Johnson (Fort Worth) J. Roger King (Fort Worth) John H. Pinkerton (Fort Worth) Jerry J. Ray (Austin) Roy C. Snodgrass III (Austin) William E. Steele III (Fort Worth) J. Roger Williams (Fort Worth) Ex-Officio Members Dani L. Cartwright, Regional Minister, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest (Fort Worth) Jan Harlin Ramsey, Alumni Association Representative (Dallas) Colby D. Siratt, Alumni Association Representative (Fort Worth) Jan Tucker Scully, President, TCU Alumni Association (Fort Worth)

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


ATH L E TI C S A D M I N I S TR ATI O N

CH RIS DEL CONTE

DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS 2ND YEAR AT TCU

DAVIS BABB ASSOCIATE A.D. 12TH YEAR AT TCU

Selected to Lead TCU into the Future as the Frogs’ Seventh Director of Athletics Chris Del Conte was appointed TCU’s athletics director on Oct. 21, 2009. In just over a year on the job, Del Conte has seen the TCU football team make a pair of BCS appearances (2010 Fiesta Bowl, 2011 Rose Bowl), the Horned Frog baseball team reach the College World Series, the rifle team win a national championship, $125 million raised for the renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium and Big East Conference membership for all sports in 2012.

ROSS BAILEY

ATH L E TI C S A D M I N I STR ATI O N

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

ASSOCIATE A.D.

33RD YEAR AT TCU

TCU set a single-season school record last year with six conference championships (football, men’s swimming and diving, women’s basketball, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and baseball). Fifteen of 20 sports were represented in NCAA postseason play and 12 teams were nationally ranked. It was an overall historic year for the Horned Frogs as the football team made its first appearance in a BCS game and the baseball team reached the College World Series for the first time in program history. TCU was the only school in the nation in 2009-10 to play in a BCS game and win at least one game at the CWS. The momentum continued into the summer. In just six months, $105 million was raised for the renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium. Work began immediately following the 2010 football season. An implosion of the press box side of the stadium took place Dec. 5. The renovation will be fully completed in 2012. Additionally, a TCU record $4.4 million in Frog Club donations was received over the last year. TCU was one of just three institutions in 2009-10 to have multiple National Coaches of the Year in Gary Patterson (football) and Jim Schlossnagle (baseball). Patterson and Schlossnagle were part of five TCU coaches (Darryl Anderson, men’s indoor track and field; Jeff Mittie, women’s basketball; Angie Larkin, women’s golf ) to receive Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year accolades. The success on the playing field carried over to the classroom. In the Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 semesters, TCU student-athletes recorded their highest cumulative grade-point average since tracking began in 1998. Fifteen of 20 sports have team GPAs over 3.0.

RHON DA HATCHER FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE

21ST YEAR AT TCU 12TH YEAR AS FAR

JACK HESSELBROCK ASSOCIATE A.D.

23RD YEAR AT TCU

The partnership between TCU and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex was never more evident than the 2009-10 athletics campaign. Football, baseball, soccer and volleyball set single-season attendance marks. A record in season-ticket sales helped the Horned Frogs establish another TCU attendance mark in the 2010 football campaign. Del Conte, recipient of the 2010 Bobby Dodd Division I-A Athletic Director’s Award, joined the Horned Frog family after serving four years as the director of athletics for Rice University. During his tenure at Rice, Del Conte had responsibility for 16 intercollegiate programs, 350 student-athletes, along with coaches and staff. Del Conte also designed, developed and managed the Rice Vision for the Second Century Campaign, which raised over $90 million. He secured significant funds to build athletic facilities such as the Tudor Fieldhouse and Youngkin Center for Student-Athlete Excellence, and also raised $4 million for upgrades to the football stadium. Del Conte also secured a marketing sponsorship and broadcast rights contract for Rice and maintained a focus on student-athlete academic achievement, resulting in numerous public recognition awards from the NCAA for the academic progress rate of student-athletes. Prior to Rice, Del Conte was the senior associate athletics director for external operations and sports programs at the University of Arizona (2000-06). In that role, Del Conte had responsibility for the planning, management and oversight of the day-to-day operation for the department of intercollegiate athletics. He also functioned as the chief financial officer; managed external operations; had oversight and management of all contracts, ticket sales, broadcast rights fees, corporate sponsorships, and trademarks and licensing; and oversight of all facility construction.

KI M JOHNSON

ASSOCIATE A.D./ SWA 3RD YEAR AT TCU

SCOTT KULL ASSOCIATE A.D. 6TH YEAR AT TCU

Del Conte also served as an assistant athletics director for external operations at both Washington State (1998-99) and Cal Poly (1994-98). Del Conte serves on the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee as well as the Davey O’Brien Foundation Board and National Sports Marketing Network Board. His other professional committee involvement and associations include the Division I-A Athletics Directors Association and the National Association of Directors of Athletic Development. Del Conte received a bachelor’s of arts degree in sociology from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s of education, administration and supervision from Washington State.

ANDREA NORDMANN ASSOCIATE A.D. 4TH YEAR AT TCU

Del Conte is married to Dr. Robin Ward and has two daughters.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

61


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

O V E R A L L STAT I STI C S 2010 TCU FOOTBALL RESULTS (12-0 OVERALL, 8-0 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE) DATE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 24 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 27

OPPONENT RESULT SCORE OVERALL CONFERENCE TV No. 22 Oregon State$ W 30-21 1-0 0-0 ESPN Tennessee Tech W 62-7 2-0 0-0 -- Baylor W 45-10 3-0 0-0 VERSUS at SMU W 41-24 4-0 0-0 ESPN at Colorado State* W 27-0 5-0 1-0 The Mtn. Wyoming* W 45-0 6-0 2-0 CBS College BYU* W 31-3 7-0 3-0 VERSUS Air Force* W 38-7 8-0 4-0 CBS College at UNLV* W 48-6 9-0 5-0 CBS College at No. 5 Utah* W 47-7 10-0 6-0 CBS College San Diego State* W 40-35 11-0 7-0 VERSUS New Mexico* W 66-17 12-0 8-0 VERSUS

* - Denotes Mountain West Conference game

SCORING BY QUARTERS TCU Opponents

TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

62

1st 147 45

2nd 145 33

ATTEN 46,138 37,117 47,393 35,481 22,553 38,081 40,416 46,096 16,745 46,522 45,694 18,640

$-at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington

3rd 110 31

TCU 520 43.3 309 179 121 9 3134 3324 190 574 5.5 261.2 39 2764 203-308-6 9.0 13.6 230.3 28 5898 882 6.7 491.5 28-747 36-533 12-164 26.7 14.8 13.7 18-7 64-522 43.5 39-1623 41.6 36.8 34:34 78/149 52% 9/13 69% 25-140 0 70 11-13 0-0 58-66 88% 48-66 73% 65-70 93% 254797 6/42466

4th 118 28

OT TOTAL -- 520 -- 137

OPP 137 11.4 136 65 58 13 1070 1336 266 345 3.1 89.2 7 1515 145-302-12 5.0 10.4 126.2 10 2585 647 4.0 215.4 79-1621 15-108 6-72 20.5 7.2 12.0 21-10 58-466 38.8 89-3858 43.3 35.3 25:26 33/151 22% 6/15 40% 9-64 0 18 4-5 0-0 13-16 81% 10-16 63% 17-18 94% 139941 5/27988 1/46138

RUSHING

PLAYER Wesley, Ed Tucker, Matthew James, Waymon Dalton, Andy Dean, Aundre Pachall, Casey Kerley, Jeremy Fort, Jercell Hightower, Ryan Shivers, Luke Gallegos, Yogi Dawson, Skye Hicks, Antoine Team Total Opponents

RECEIVING

PLAYER Kerley, Jeremy Boyce, Josh Johnson, Bart Young, Jimmy Hicks, Antoine Dawson, Skye Tucker, Matthew Wesley, Ed Brock, Logan James, Waymon Clay, Curtis Shivers, Luke Frosch, Evan Fuller, Corey Adams, Alonzo Total Opponents

PASSING

PLAYER Dalton, Andy Pachall, Casey Gallegos, Yogi Kerley, Jeremy Total Opponents

GP 12 12 10 12 8 8 12 11 4 12 2 11 11 9 12 12

ATT 162 144 83 77 32 15 16 14 1 8 2 4 3 13 574 345

GP 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 12 12 10 12 12 11 10 11 12 12

GP 12 8 2 12 12 12

GAIN 1080 719 500 481 225 107 99 64 16 13 8 9 3 0 3324 1336

LOSS NET AVG 15 1065 6.6 25 694 4.8 11 489 5.9 74 407 5.3 2 223 7.0 13 94 6.3 7 92 5.8 0 64 4.6 0 16 16.0 0 13 1.6 0 8 4.0 5 4 1.0 0 3 1.0 38 -38 -2.9 190 3134 5.5 266 1070 3.1

NO. YDS 50 517 33 602 30 396 27 429 12 171 12 170 8 97 7 29 6 110 5 91 5 44 3 25 2 42 2 30 1 11 203 2764 145 1515

EFFIC 167.0 176.1 48.1 420.4 167.4 93.1

CMP-ATT-INT 194-293-6 6-9-0 1-4-0 2-2-0 203-308-6 145-302-12

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S

AVG 10.3 18.2 13.2 15.9 14.2 14.2 12.1 4.1 18.3 18.2 8.8 8.3 21.0 15.0 11.0 13.6 10.4

PCT 66.2 66.7 25.0 100.0 65.9 48.0

TD 11 7 5 5 1 2 2 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 39 7

TD 10 6 3 4 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 28 10

YDS 2638 78 11 37 2764 1515

LONG 49 47 28 47 35 22 19 12 16 4 5 5 2 0 49 31

YPG 88.8 57.8 48.9 33.9 27.9 11.8 7.7 5.8 4.0 1.1 4.0 0.4 0.3 -4.2 261.2 89.2

LONG YPG 50 43.1 93 50.2 37 33.0 45 35.8 41 15.5 52 15.5 31 8.1 10 2.4 29 9.2 38 9.1 13 3.7 10 2.1 31 3.8 19 3.0 11 1.0 93 230.3 53 126.2

TD 26 1 0 1 28 10

LNG 93 28 11 26 93 53

YPG 219.8 9.8 5.5 3.1 230.3 126.2


O V E R A L L S TATI S TI C S TOTAL OFFENSE

PLAYER Dalton, Andy Wesley, Ed Tucker, Matthew James, Waymon Dean, Aundre Pachall, Casey Kerley, Jeremy Fort, Jercell Gallegos, Yogi Hghtower, Ryan Shivers, Luke Dawson, Skye Hicks, Antoine Team Total Opponents

GP 12 12 12 10 8 8 12 11 2 4 12 11 11 9 12 12

PLAYS 370 162 144 83 32 24 18 14 6 1 8 4 3 13 882 647

FGS 11-13 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 11-13 4-5

I-----------------PATS----------------I KICK RUSH RCV PASS 65-70 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 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 65-70 0-0 0 0-0 17-18 0-0 0 0-0

SCORING

PLAYER TD Evans, Ross 0 Kerley, Jeremy 12 Wesley, Ed 11 Tucker, Matthew 7 Boyce, Josh 6 James, Waymon 6 Dalton, Andy 5 Young, Jimmy 4 Shivers, Luke 4 Hicks, Antoine 3 Johnson, Bart 3 Brock, Logan 2 Pachall, Casey 2 Hightower, Ryan 1 Johnson, Tejay 1 Teague, Jason 1 Jones, Colin 1 Dean, Aundre 1 Team 0 Total 70 Opponents 18

RUSH 407 1065 694 489 223 94 92 64 8 16 13 4 3 -38 3134 1070

PASS 2638 0 0 0 0 78 37 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 2764 1515

TOTAL 3045 1065 694 489 223 172 129 64 19 16 13 4 3 -38 5898 2585

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SAF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

YPG 253.8 88.8 57.8 48.9 27.9 21.5 10.8 5.8 9.5 4.0 1.1 0.4 0.3 -4.2 491.5 215.4

2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

PTS 98 72 66 42 36 36 30 24 24 18 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 2 520 137 Freshman wide receiver Josh Boyce is second on the team in receptions with 33, including a 93-yard touchdown grab in a 47-7 win at Utah.

PUNT RETURNS

PLAYER Kerley, Jeremy Clay, Curtis Dawson, Skye Total Opponents

KICK RETURNS

PLAYER Kerley, Jeremy McCoy, Greg Shivers, Luke Dawson, Skye Total Opponents

INTERCEPTION RETURNS PLAYER Johnson, Tejay Teague, Jason McCoy, Greg Thompson, Jurrell Luttrell, Tyler Carder, Tank Brock, Tanner Jones, Colin Total Opponents

NO. 30 5 1 36 15

YDS 388 120 25 533 108

AVG 12.9 24.0 25.0 14.8 7.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LONG 45 50 25 50 29

NO. 17 5 3 3 28 79

YDS 476 167 17 87 747 1621

AVG 28.0 33.4 5.7 29.0 26.7 20.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

LONG 83 56 8 44 83 45

NO. 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 12 6

YDS 50 29 -2 0 0 0 57 30 164 72

AVG 16.7 14.5 -1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 57.0 30.0 13.7 12.0

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0

LONG 29 29 0 0 0 0 57 30 57 32

Senior signal-caller Andy Dalton has gotten it done with his arm and legs this season, throwing for 26 TDs and rushing for another five.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

63


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

O V E R A L L STAT I STI C S ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE PLAYER Kerley, Jeremy Wesley, Ed Tucker, Matthew Boyce, Josh James, Waymon Young, Jimmy Dalton, Andy Johnson, Bart Dawson, Skye Dean, Aundre Hicks, Antoine McCoy, Greg Clay, Curtis Brock, Logan Pachall, Casey Fort, Jercell Brock, Tanner Shivers, Luke Johnson, Tejay Frosch, Evan Jones, Colin Fuller, Corey Teague, Jason Hightower, Ryan Adams, Alonzo Gallegos, Yogi TEAM Total Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 12 11 8 11 12 12 12 8 11 12 12 12 11 12 10 12 4 11 2 9 12 12

RUSH 92 1065 694 0 489 0 407 0 4 223 3 0 0 0 94 64 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 8 -38 3134 1070

REC 517 29 97 602 91 429 0 396 170 0 171 0 44 110 0 0 0 25 0 42 0 30 0 0 11 0 0 2764 1515

PR 388 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 120 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 533 108

KOR 476 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87 0 0 167 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 747 1621

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 0 0 0 57 0 50 0 30 0 29 0 0 0 0 164 72

TOT 1473 1094 791 602 580 429 407 396 286 223 174 165 164 110 94 64 57 55 50 42 30 30 29 16 11 8 -38 7342 4386

YPG 122.8 91.2 65.9 50.2 58.0 35.8 33.9 33.0 26.0 27.9 15.8 13.8 13.7 9.2 11.8 5.8 4.8 4.6 4.2 3.8 2.5 3.0 2.4 4.0 1.0 4.0 -4.2 611.8 365.5

PUNTING

PLAYER Kelton, Anson Dalton, Andy Total Opponents

KICKOFFS

PLAYER Sharples, Kevin Total Opponents

FIELD GOALS

PLAYER Evans, Ross

FG SEQUENCE

GAME Oregon State Tennessee Tech Baylor SMU Colorado State Wyoming BYU Air Force UNLV Utah San Diego State New Mexico

NO. 38 1 39 89

YDS 1602 21 1623 3858

NO. YDS 93 6151 93 6151 35 2207

AVG 42.2 21.0 41.6 43.3

LONG 58 21 58 74

AVG 66.1 66.1 63.1

TB 14 14 7

TB 4 0 4 9

OB 0 0 0

FC 13 0 13 24

RETN -- 20.5 26.7

I20 BLKD 15 0 1 0 16 0 21 0

NET -- 45.7 37.7

YDLN -24 32

FGM-A PCT 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LG BLK 11-13 84.6 1-1 5-6 4-4 1-2 0-0 43 0

TCU - - (23) - (29),(43) (37) (20) (30) - (24),(23) 47,(36),25,(31) (19)

OPPONENT 47 (48) (26) (27) (27)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

RED-ZONE ANALYSIS

TCU Opponent No. TDs FG Score Pct. TD Pct. TO Dwn. EOH MFG Oregon State 6 4 0 .666 .666 1 0 1 0 Tennessee Tech 7 7 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 Baylor 5 4 1 1.000 .800 0 0 0 0 SMU 5 5 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 Colorado State 4 2 1 .750 .500 0 0 1 0 Wyoming 5 4 1 1.000 .800 0 0 0 0 BYU 2 1 1 1.000 .500 0 0 0 0 Air Force 6 5 1 1.000 .833 0 0 0 0 UNLV 6 4 0 .666 .666 1 0 1 0 Utah 4 2 2 1.000 .500 0 0 0 0 San Diego State 9 4 2 .666 .444 1 0 1 1 New Mexico 7 6 1 1.000 .857 0 0 0 0 Totals 66 48 10 .879 .727 3 0 4 1 OPPONENTS Team No. TDs FG Score Pct. TD Pct. TO Dwn. EOH MFG Oregon State 1 1 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 Tennessee Tech 1 1 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 Baylor 1 0 0 .000 .000 0 1 0 0 SMU 3 1 1 .667 .333 0 1 0 0 Colorado State 0 0 0 .000 .000 0 0 0 0 Wyoming 1 0 0 .000 .000 1 0 0 0 BYU 1 0 1 1.000 .000 0 0 0 0 Air Force 1 1 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 UNLV 1 1 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 Utah 1 1 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 San Diego State 2 2 0 1.000 1.000 0 0 0 0 New Mexico 3 2 1 1.000 .667 0 0 0 0 Totals 16 10 13 .812 .625 1 2 0 0

SPECIAL TEAMS TACKLES Player Thompson, Jurell Battle, Travaras Cain, Kenny Williams, Malcolm Clay, Curtis Burks, Greg Brock, Tanner Fort, Jercell Luttrell, Tyler Jones, Colin Cuba, Tekerrein Gardner, Kris Broughton, Braylon Fobbs, Johnny Johnson, Tejay Sharples, Kevin Adams, Alonzo Hicks, Antoine Scott, Chris Teague, Jason Shelley, Daniel Shivers, Luke Fuller, Corey

TO: Turnover; Dwn.: Loss of possession on downs; EOH: End of half/game; MFG: Missed field goal

64

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S

UA 10 10 8 6 4 4 7 3 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

A TT 6 16 5 15 3 11 3 9 5 9 4 8 0 7 2 5 3 5 2 4 1 3 1 3 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1


D E F E N S I V E S TATI S TI C S DEFENSIVE STATISTICS PLAYER Brock, Tanner Jones, Colin Johnson, Tejay Carder, Tank Cuba, Tekerrein Ibiloye, Alex Daniels, Wayne Teague, Jason Maponga, Stansly Cain, Kenny McCoy, Greg Thompson, Jurrell Grant, Cory Yendrey, D.J. Battle, Travaras Gardner, Kris Williams, Malcolm Broughton, Braylon Clay, Curtis Burks, Greg Olabode, Elisha Luttrell, Tyler Fobbs, Johnny Coleman, Jeremy Fort, Jercell Forrest, Ross Griffin, Kelly Anderson, Matt Sharples, Kevin Hicks, Antoine Adams, Alonzo Fuller, Corey Frosch, Evan Shivers, Luke Olson, Jeff Shelley, Daniel Brock, Logan Leatch, Clarence Wesley, Ed Scott, Chris TEAM Total Opponents

GP 12 12 12 12 12 10 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 10 8 10 11 11 9 8 8 12 11 11 10 11 12 10 11 12 4 12 3 9 12 12

Solo 53 44 34 31 30 21 17 24 13 18 20 13 8 6 10 8 8 5 4 9 4 3 4 2 3 2 3 3 1 1 - - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 408 512

Ast 44 26 22 23 15 15 16 9 16 9 5 9 10 11 6 4 3 6 5 - 4 5 3 4 2 3 2 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - - - - - 283 438

Total 97 70 56 54 45 36 33 33 29 27 25 22 18 17 16 12 11 11 9 9 8 8 7 6 5 5 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 691 950

TFL/Yds 5.5/15 10.5/40 1.5/3 6.5/19 2.0/3 4.5/9 12.0/46 1.5/4 3.0/17 1.0/1 - 1.0/4 5.0/29 5.0/20 - 1.0/1 - 2.0/3 - - - - 2.0/3 0.5/1 - - 2.5/8 1.0/5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 68/231 41/136

Defensive end Wayne Daniels has filled the void left by 2009 All-American Jerry Hughes, racking up 33 tackles and 6.5 sacks.

Sacks 2.0/9 2.0/18 - 2.5/12 - - 6.5/35 - 2.5/17 - - 1.0/4 3.5/23 3.0/15 - - - 1.0/1 - - - - - - - - 1.0/6 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 25/140 9/64

Int-Yds 1/57 1/30 3/50 1/0 - - - 2/29 - - 2/-2 1/0 - - - - - - - - - 1/0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12/164 6/72

PBU 3 2 3 5 1 1 1 7 1 1 5 - - - - 1 1 2 - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 35 24

PD 4 3 6 6 1 1 1 9 1 1 7 1 - - - 1 1 2 - - - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 47 30

QBH 1 1 - 1 - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4 2

FR/Yds 2/0 1/0 - 1/7 - 1/3 2/0 - - 1/0 - - - 1/0 - - - 1/0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10/10 7/53

FF - - 3 - - 3 2 2 1 - - 2 - - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 15 6

BLK - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Saf - - 1 1 -

2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Linebackers Tanner Brock (left) and Tank Carder have patrolled the middle of the field for Gary Patterson’s top-ranked TCU defense. Brock leads the team with 97 total tackles.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

65


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

G A M E -BY-G A M E TEAM STATI STI C S OPPONENT Oregon State TENNESSEE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico TCU Totals Opponent

|---------RUSHING-----------| |-------RECEIVING-------| |-------------PASSING-------------| |---------KICK RET----------| |---------PUNT RET---------| TOT NO. YDS TD LG NO. YDS TD LG C-A-I YDS TD LG NO. YDS TD LG NO. YDS TD LG OFF 54 278 3 16 17 175 1 52 17-27-2 175 1 52 5 105 0 24 3 42 0 34 453 41 270 7 22 15 182 1 32 15-21-0 182 1 32 2 47 0 23 1 12 0 12 452 48 291 4 49 21 267 2 37 21-23-0 267 2 37 2 39 0 31 4 84 0 45 558 46 190 4 15 15 185 1 41 15-27-2 185 1 41 5 172 0 83 2 23 0 13 375 49 346 2 47 12 128 1 39 12-25-0 128 1 39 0 0 0 0 3 35 0 16 474 46 305 3 17 15 281 3 50 15-18-0 281 3 50 1 26 0 26 3 48 0 26 586 38 108 0 20 24 273 4 35 24-36-0 273 4 35 2 81 0 52 4 56 0 17 381 51 377 4 47 11 185 1 38 11-20-1 185 1 38 2 46 0 25 0 0 0 0 562 52 273 4 35 17 257 2 54 17-25-0 257 2 54 2 28 0 26 2 -3 0 1 530 45 177 2 13 22 381 4 93 22-27-0 381 4 93 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 4 558 54 226 1 28 21 240 4 38 21-36-1 240 4 38 4 113 0 44 6 92 0 43 466 50 293 5 44 13 210 4 45 13-23-0 210 4 45 3 90 0 56 7 140 0 50 503 574 3134 39 49 203 2764 28 93 203-308-6 2764 28 93 28 747 0 83 36 533 0 50 5898 345 1070 7 31 145 1515 10 53 145-302-12 1515 10 53 79 1621 0 45 15 108 0 29 2585

GAMES PLAYED: 12 AVG PER RUSH: 5.5 AVG PER CATCH: 13.6

PASS EFFICIENCY: 167.39 ALL PURPOSE AVG/GAME: 611.8 KICK RET AVG: 26.7 TOTAL OFFENSE AVG/GM: 491.5 PUNT RET AVG: 14.8

OPPONENT Oregon State TENNESSE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico TCU Totals Opponent

|-----------------------TACKLES-----------------------| SOLO AST TOTAL TFL-YDS 24 24 48 5.0 -14 39 32 71 13.0 -53 41 14 55 8.0 -33 28 32 60 3.0 -5 40 20 60 9.0 -16 35 20 55 6.0-16 38 18 56 6.0-26 47 4 51 5.0-11 24 41 65 2.0-3 22 34 56 2.0-9 33 6 39 3.0-23 37 38 75 6.0-22 408 283 691 68.0-231 512 438 950 41.0-136

OPPONENT Oregon State TENNESSEE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico TCU Totals Opponent

|-----------------------------------------PUNTING------------------------------------------------------| NO. YDS AVG LONG BLKD TB FC 50+ I20 4 169 42.2 56 0 0 2 1 3 3 127 42.3 47 0 0 2 0 0 3 138 46.0 51 0 1 0 1 2 3 110 36.7 40 0 0 1 0 2 5 188 37.6 51 0 0 1 1 2 2 91 45.5 48 0 0 2 0 1 6 248 41.3 58 0 2 2 1 3 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 36 36.0 36 0 0 0 0 1 3 128 42.7 50 0 0 0 1 1 5 199 39.8 51 0 0 2 1 0 4 189 47.2 53 0 1 1 2 1 39 1623 41.6 58 0 4 13 8 16 89 3858 43.3 74 0 9 24 27 21

SACKS-YDS 2.0 -10 5.0 -32 3.0 -22 1.0 -2 4.0-7 1.0-3 3.0-21 1.0-6 0.0-0 1.0-7 3.0-23 1.0-7 25.0-140 9.0-64

|----FUMBLES----| FF FR-YDS INT-YDS QBH PBU KICK 1 0 -0 0 -0 0 4 0 6 4 -0 1-29 0 1 0 0 0 -0 0 -0 0 1 0 1 0 -0 1-19 0 9 0 3 2 -0 0 -0 1 4 0 0 0-0 1-0 0 2 0 0 0-0 2-2 0 3 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0-0 2-30 0 4 0 2 2-3 2-55 0 2 0 0 0-0 2-29 0 3 0 2 2-7 1-0 3 1 0 15 10-10 12-164 4 35 0 6 7-53 6-72 2 24 0 |---------FIELD GOALS---------| ATT-MADE LG BLKD 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 23 0 0-0 0 0 2-2 43 0 1-1 37 0 1-1 20 0 1-1 30 0 0-0 0 0 2-2 24 0 2-4 36 0 1-1 19 0 11-13 43 0 4-5 48 0

|------------Kicks--XPTS------------| ATT-MADE RUN RCV SAF 4-4 0 0 1 8-9 0 0 0 6-6 0 0 0 5-6 0 0 0 3-3 0 0 0 6-6 0 0 0 4-4 0 0 0 5-5 0 0 0 6-7 0 0 0 5-6 0 0 0 4-5 0 0 0 9-9 0 0 0 65-70 0 0 1 17-18 0 0 0

PTS 30 62 45 41 27 45 31 38 48 47 40 66 520 137

|----------------KICKOFFS----------------------| NO. YDS AVG TB OB 5 326 65.2 0 0 10 650 65.0 4 0 8 535 66.9 1 0 7 467 66.7 2 0 6 404 67.3 1 0 8 533 66.6 2 0 6 385 64.2 0 0 7 458 65.4 0 0 8 499 62.4 0 0 9 622 69.1 2 0 8 532 66.5 1 0 11 740 67.3 1 0 93 6151 66.1 14 0 35 2207 63.1 7 0

2010 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS TCU OFFENSE

Pos. OSU TTU BAY SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM WR Kerley Clay Kerley Kerley Kerley Kerley Kerley Kerley Hicks Kerley Kerley Kerley WR Young Young Young Young Young Young Johnson Boyce Young Boyce Young Boyce TE Frosch Frosch Frosch Hicks (WR) Hicks (WR) Boyce (WR) Boyce (WR) Frosch Frosch Frosch Boyce (WR) Young (WR) LT Cannon Olson Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon Cannon LG Dooley Dooley Dooley Dooley Dooley Dooley Dooley Thompson Thompson Thompson Dooley Rosner C Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick RG Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon RT Roth Roth Roth Roth Roth Roth Roth Olson Olson Olson Roth Roth TE Brock Brock Brock Johnson (WR) Dawson (WR) Dawson (WR) Tucker (TB) Brock Johnson (WR) Brock Johnson (WR) Johnson (WR) QB Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton Dalton RB Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley Wesley

TCU DEFENSE

Pos. OSU TTU BAY SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM DE Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Maponga Forrest Maponga NT Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Griffin Grant Grant Grant Grant DT Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Grant Yendrey Yendrey Yendrey Yendrey DE Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels Daniels LB Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder Carder LB Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock CB Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague Teague WS Ibiloye Ibiloye Ibiloye Ibiloye Cuba Cuba Cuba Ibiloye Cuba Ibiloye Ibiloye Cuba FS Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson SS Luttrell Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones CB McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy McCoy

66

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


G A M E- B Y- G A M E I N D IV I D UA L S TATI S TI C S GAME-BY-GAME RUSHING (ATT-YDS/TD)

OSU TTU BAY SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM Wesley, Ed 17-134/1 11-85/1 19-165/2 8-35/0 15-78/2 17-115/1 10-53/0 28-209/2 13-64/1 12-50/1 1-0/0 11-77/0 Tucker, Matthew 20-74/0 9-53/2 12-34/1 19-63/1 8-87/0 7-45/1 10-31/0 12-63/1 7-28/0 9-32/0 22-131/0 9-53/1 James, Waymon DNP 5-34/1 3-13/0 8-41/2 6-55/0 6-43/0 5-21/0 DNP 9-61/0 11-64/1 23-102/1 7-55/0 Dalton, Andy 15-64/2 5-23/1 4-26/0 7-43/0 10-67/0 4-42/0 7-16/0 7-93/1 6-30/1 5-14/0 6--3/0 1--8/0 Dean, Aundre DNP 5-23/0 1-3/0 DNP 2-25/0 6-39/0 2-9/0 DNP 5-47/0 4-22/0 DNP 7-55/1 Pachall, Casey DNP 2-28/0 1-3/0 DNP 1-12/0 DNP 1-2/0 - 2-18/1 3-0/0 DNP 5-31/1 Kerley, Jeremy - 1-5/1 4-49/0 1-6/0 4-20/0 1-3/0 - 2-11/0 1-5/1 1--5/0 1--2/0 Fort, Jercell - - DNP - 1-2/0 2-8/0 - 1-2/0 4-26/0 - - 6-26/0 Hightower, Ryan DNP 1-16/1 - DNP DNP - DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP Shivers, Luke 1-1/0 - 1-2/1 1-4/1 1-2/0 - 1-1/0 - - - - 3-3/2 Gallegos, Yogi DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-8/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Dawson, Skye 1-5/0 1-4/0 1-0/0 - - - 1--5/0 DNP - - - Hicks, Antoine - DNP - - - 1-2/1 - - 1-0/0 - - 1-1/0 TEAM - 1--1/0 2--4/0 2--2/0 1--2/0 DNP 1--20/0 1--1/0 4--6/0 DNP 1--2/0 DNP Totals 54-278/3 41-270/7 48-291/4 46-190/4 49-346/2 46-305/3 38-108/0 51-377/4 52-273/4 45-177/2 54-226/1 50-293/5

2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

GAME-BY-GAME PASSING (CMP-ATT-INT-YDS-TD)

OSU TTU BAY SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM Dalton, Andy 17-27-2-175-1 15-21-0-182-1 21-23-0-267-2 14-26-2-174-1 11-24-0-109-1 14-17-0-270-3 24-36-0-273-4 11-20-1-185-1 16-23-0-252-2 21-26-0-355-3 21-36-1-240-4 9-14-0-156-3 Casey Pachall - - - - 1-1-0-19-0 - - - 1-2-0-5-0 - - 4-6-0-54-1 Kerley, Jeremy - - - 1-1-0-11-0 - - - - - 1-1-0-26-1 - Yogi Gallegos - - - - - 1-1-0-11-0 - - - - - 0-3-0-0-0 Totals 17-27-2-175-1 15-21-0-182-1 21-23-0-267-2 15-27-2-185-1 12-25-0-128-1 15-18-0-281-3 24-36-0-273-4 11-20-1-185-1 17-25-0-257-2 22-27-0-381-4 21-36-1-240-4 13-23-0-210-4

GAME-BY-GAME RECEIVING (REC-YDS/TD)

Boyce, Josh Kerley, Jeremy Young, Jimmy Johnson, Bart Hicks, Antoine Dawson, Skye Brock, Logan Tucker, Matthew James, Waymon Clay, Curtis Frosch, Evan Fuller, Corey Wesley, Ed Shivers, Luke Adams, Alonzo Totals

OSU TTU BAY SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM 1-5/0 3-70/1 3-28/0 1-8/0 4-44/0 - 8-127/2 3-49/0 2-64/1 3-126/2 2-31/0 3-50/0 6-49/1 1-16/0 6-69/2 4-33/0 3-5/0 3-65/1 5-25/1 2-20/1 5-82/1 7-68/0 8-85/3 - 1-17/0 3-53/0 1-9/0 1-39/1 1-8/0 3-40/1 2-38/0 4-43/0 5-84/1 4-44/0 2-54/1 3-26/0 7-56/0 3-43/0 3-29/1 1-7/0 1-31/1 3-59/0 1-25/0 1-29/0 2-33/1 4-54/0 1-4/0 1-12/0 DNP 1-9/0 1-41/0 - 1-4/1 2-20/0 2-47/0 1-5/0 1-7/0 - 2-26/1 4-69/0 - 1-8/0 1-10/0 1-5/0 1-43/0 - DNP 1-5/0 1-24/0 1-7/0 1--1/0 - - 1-29/0 - - 2-22/0 - - - 1-23/0 1-15/1 1-21/1 - - 1-6/0 - - 3-53/0 1-6/0 - 2-21/0 1-11/0 - DNP - - 1-7/0 - 1-34/0 - DNP - - 1-4/0 2-46/1 1-13/0 2-12/0 1-11/0 1-8/0 - - - - - - - - - 1-11/0 1-31/0 - - - - - - - DNP DNP - - DNP 1-19/0 1-11/0 - - - - - 1-1/0 - - - 1-9/0 - 2--4/0 - 1-8/0 1-5/0 - 1-10/0 - - - 1-9/0 - 1-10/0 - 1-6/0 - - - - 1-11/0 - - - - - - - - - DNP

17-175-1 15-182-1 21-267-2 15-185-1 12-128-1 15-281-3 24-273-4 11-185-1 17-257-2 22-381-4 21-240-4 13-210-4

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

67


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

G A M E -BY-G A M E D E FE N S IV E STATI ST I C S TACKLES (U-A-T)

Brock, Tanner Jones, Colin Johnson, Tejay Carder, Tank Cuba, Tekerrein Ibiloye, Alex Daniels, Wayne Teague, Jason Maponga, Stansly Cain, Kenny McCoy, Greg Thompson , Jurrell Grant, Cory Yendrey, D.J. Battle, Travaras Gardner, Kris Williams, Malcolm Broughton, Braylon Clay, Curtis Burks, Greg Luttrell, Tyler Olabode, Elisha Fobbs, Johnny Coleman, Jeremy Griffin, Kelly Fort, Jercell Forrest, Ross Anderson, Matt Sharples, Kevin Olson, Jeff Frosch, Evan Adams, Alonzo Brock, Logan Wesley, Ed Leatch, Clarence Shivers, Luke Scott, Chris Shelley, Daniel Hicks, Antoine Fuller, Corey Totals

U-A TOTAL 53-44 97 44-26 70 34-22 56 31-23 54 30-15 45 21-15 36 17-16 33 24-9 33 13-16 29 18-9 27 20-5 25 13-9 22 8-10 18 6-11 17 10-6 16 8-4 12 8-3 11 5-6 11 4-5 9 9-0 9 3-5 8 4-4 8 4-3 7 2-4 6 3-2 5 3-2 5 2-3 5 3-1 4 1-1 2 1-0 1 1-0 1 0-1 1 1-0 1 1-0 1 1-0 1 0-1 1 1-0 1 0-1 1 1-0 1 0-1 1 408-283 691

OSU TTU BAY 3-3 2-7 3-1 2-1 2-3 5-2 0-2 4-2 5-2 3-0 3-2 5-1 - 1-0 1-0 4-2 4-5 2-1 3-0 1-3 2-0 1-2 4-0 5-0 0-3 1-3 1-3 1-1 3-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 1-1 0-2 1-0 2-0 - 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 - - 1-1 0-1 2-0 - 1-1 - - 0-1 1-1 - - 0-1 0-1 - 1-0 2-0 1-3 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 - 0-1 1-0 - - 1-1 1-0 - - 1-0 - 1-0 DNP - 1-0 - - 2-0 - - 0-1 - DNP - - 1-0 - - - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP - - - - DNP - DNP - - - 1-0 DNP - DNP - - 24-24 39-32 41-14

SMU CSU WYO BYU AFA UNLV UTAH SDSU UNM 2-2 5-5 3-4 8-3 7-1 3-3 6-6 7-2 4-7 5-2 3-4 3-3 2-0 6-0 3-6 2-4 8-0 3-1 1-1 4-2 4-0 3-5 5-0 3-3 0-4 3-1 2-0 5-3 5-1 2-2 1-0 2-0 3-7 1-4 - 1-3 0-1 5-1 9-3 5-4 1-0 3-4 2-0 - 3-2 2-2 DNP DNP - 3-0 0-1 4-3 2-0 0-1 2-3 2-1 1-1 1-3 1-0 0-2 1-0 1-1 2-2 0-3 1-0 - 2-0 1-1 2-1 2-0 3-0 3-2 2-3 2-0 - 3-0 3-2 1-0 - DNP 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-2 2-1 5-0 2-3 0-1 - 0-1 2-0 4-0 0-1 3-0 1-0 - 0-2 3-0 1-0 - 3-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-3 - 4-2 0-2 0-1 - 2-1 2-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 1-2 2-0 - 1-0 1-0 0-2 - - 0-5 0-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 2-0 - 1-0 1-0 3-1 1-0 - 2-1 - - 0-1 - 1-0 2-1 2-1 - 1-0 - - 1-0 1-0 - 2-1 0-3 1-0 - - 2-0 - 0-1 1-0 DNP 0-1 0-1 - 2-0 - 1-1 1-0 - 1-0 - 2-0 1-0 - - - - 2-0 DNP - 2-0 - - 0-1 0-1 - DNP - 0-1 1-1 DNP - 0-1 - - 2-1 - DNP 1-1 - 2-0 - 0-1 - DNP 0-1 0-1 - - - - - DNP 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - - - 0-1 0-1 2-0 - DNP DNP DNP - - 0-1 1-1 0-1 DNP DNP - - 1-0 0-1 - DNP DNP - - - - - 1-0 - - - - - - 1-0 - - - DNP - - - - - - - - DNP - - - - - - 0-1 - DNP 1-0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-0 DNP DNP - DNP DNP 1-0 - DNP DNP - - - - - - - - 0-1 DNP DNP 1-0 DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - - DNP - - - - 0-1 - - - - - - - - DNP - - - - - - - 0-1 28-32 40-20 35-20 38-18 47-4 24-41 22-34 33-6 37-38

TACKLES FOR LOSS (TFL-YARDS) Daniels, Wayne Jones, Colin Carder, Tank Brock, Tanner Yendrey, D.J. Grant, Cory Ibiloye, Alex Maponga, Stansly Griffin, Kelly Broughton, Braylon Fobbs, Johnny Cuba, Tekerrein Teague, Jason Johnson, Tejay Anderson, Matt Cain, Kenny Thompson, Jurrell Gardner, Kris Coleman, Jeremy Totals 

SACKS (SACKS-YARDS) Daniels, Wayne Grant, Cory Yendrey, D.J. Maponga, Stansly Carder, Tank Brock, Tanner Jones, Colin Broughton, Braylon Griffin, Kelly Thompson, Jurrell Totals

68

U-A TOTAL OSU TTU BAY SMU 10-4 12.0 3.0-12 2.0-13 1.0-1 0.5-1 9-3 10.5 - 1.5-4 1.5-3 - 4-5 6.5 1.0-1 0.5-5 - 0.5-0 3-5 5.5 - 1.5-7 - 1.0-2 3-4 5.0 - 0.5-0 1.0-8 0.5-1 3-4 5.0 - 0.5-2 1.5-9 - 4-1 4.5 1.0-1 1.5-5 1.0-2 - 1-4 3.0 - 1.0-5 0.5-4 - 2-1 2.5 - - 1.0-6 0.5-1 1-2 2.0 - 0.5-1 - - 2-0 2.0 - - - - 2-0 2.0 - - - - 1-1 1.5 - - - - 1-1 1.5 - - 0.5-0 - 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-5 - DNP 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-1 - - 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-4 - - 1-0 1.0 - - - - 0-1 0.5 - 0.5-1 - - 50-36 68.0 4.0-14 13.0-53 8.0-33 3.0-5

CSU 1.0-3 3.5-7 1.5-2 - 1.0-2 - DNP - - 1.0-1 DNP 1.0-1 - - DNP - - - - 9.0-16

WYO 1.0-3 1.0-6 - - - - DNP - 1.0-1 - 1.0-2 - - 1.0-3 - - - 1.0-1 - 6.0-16

BYU AFA 0.5-0 - - 1.0-2 - 1.0-6 1.0-1 - 1.0-5 - 1.5-9 - - 1.0-1 1.0-8 0.5-0 - - - - - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-3 0.5-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - 6.0-26 5.0-11

UNLV UTAH - 1.0-7 - - 1.0-2 0.5-1 1.0-1 - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP - 0.5-1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2.0-3 2.0-9

U-A TOTAL OSU TTU BAY SMU 6-1 6.5 2.0-10 1.5-12 - - 2-3 3.5 - 0.5-2 0.5-4 - 3-0 3.0 - - 1.0-8 - 1-3 2.5 - 1.0-5 0.5-4 - 2-1 2.5 - 0.5-5 - - 1-2 2.0 - 0.5-4 - 1.0-2 2-0 2.0 - - - - 1-0 1.0 - - - - 1-0 1.0 - - 1.0-6 - 1-0 1.0 - 1.0-4 - - 20-10 25.0 2.0-10 5.0-32 3.0-22 1.0-2

CSU 1.0-3 - 1.0-2 - 1.0-1 - - 1.0-1 - - 4.0-7

WYO 1.0-3 - - - - - - - - - 1.0-3

BYU AFA - - 1.0-8 - 1.0-5 - 1.0-8 - - 1.0-6 - - - - - - - - - - 3.0-21 1.0-6

UNLV - - - - - - - - DNP - -

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S

SDSU UNM - 2.0-6 2.0-18 - 0.5-2 0.5-3 0.5-1 - 1.0-4 0.5-2 1.0-7 - DNP DNP DNP - DNP - DNP - 1.0-2 - - DNP DNP - - - DNP 3.0-23 6.0-22

UTAH SDSU UNM 1.0-7 - - 0.5-2 1.0-7 - - - DNP - - - 0.5-3 - 2.0-18 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP - - 1.0-7 3.0-23 1.0-7


O P P O N E N T G A M E- B Y- G A M E T E A M S TATI S TI C S OPPONENT vs Oregon State TENNESSEE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico Opponent totals TCU

|---------RUSHING-----------| NO. YDS TD LG 25 73 1 16 41 92 0 31 26 99 0 28 29 192 1 29 26 45 0 6 28 75 0 9 27 56 0 9 41 184 1 19 24 69 0 17 17 51 0 13 21 38 2 21 40 96 2 20 345 1070 7 31 574 3134 39 49

|-------RECEIVING-------| NO. YDS TD LG 10 182 2 34 9 58 1 17 16 164 1 53 14 169 2 50 17 116 0 18 11 116 0 40 14 91 0 13 3 47 0 22 15 128 1 23 16 148 1 23 11 262 2 50 9 34 0 9 145 1515 10 53 203 2764 28 93

|-------------PASSING-------------| |---------KICK RET----------| C-A-I YDS TD LG NO. YDS TD LG 10-26-0 182 2 34 5 114 0 24 9-14-1 58 1 17 6 95 0 30 16-30-0 164 1 53 7 166 0 30 14-35-1 169 2 50 5 104 0 28 17-29-0 116 0 18 5 123 0 29 11-17-1 116 0 40 6 120 0 26 14-30-2 91 0 13 6 123 0 31 3-7-0 47 0 22 7 122 0 25 15-32-2 128 1 23 8 158 0 24 16-35-2 148 1 23 7 161 0 45 11-26-2 262 2 50 7 111 0 22 9-21-1 34 0 9 10 224 0 32 145-302-12 1515 10 53 79 1621 0 45 203-308-6 2764 28 93 28 747 0 83

GAMES PLAYED: 12 AVG PER RUSH: 23.1 AVG PER CATCH: 10.4

PASS EFFICIENCY: 93.13 ALL PURPOSE AVG/GAME: 365.5 KICK RET AVG: 20.5 TOTAL OFFENSE AVG/GM: 215.4 PUNT RET AVG: 7.2

OPPONENT vs Oregon State TENNESSEE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico Opponent totals TCU

|-----------------------TACKLES-----------------------| SOLO AST TOTAL TFL-YDS 48 50 98 2.0-7 34 30 64 5.0-12 41 46 87 1.0-2 39 30 69 6.0-15 38 34 72 1.0-2 42 32 74 2.0-3 53 20 73 8.0-35 45 22 67 1.0-2 30 56 86 1.0-1 35 54 89 3.0-7 69 14 83 6.0-28 38 50 88 5.0-22 512 438 950 41.0-136 408 283 691 68.0-231

OPPONENT vs Oregon State TENNESSEE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico Opponent totals TCU

|-----------------------------------------PUNTING------------------------------------------------------| NO. YDS AVG LONG BLKD TB FC 50+ I20 5 217 43.4 53 0 0 2 1 3 7 274 39.1 53 0 2 2 2 0 8 365 45.6 53 0 0 3 3 3 7 280 40.0 74 0 1 2 2 1 8 398 49.8 67 0 2 2 3 2 8 371 46.4 61 0 1 2 3 3 7 336 48.0 59 0 1 0 5 0 6 287 47.8 71 0 1 0 3 3 6 197 32.8 42 0 0 3 0 1 8 347 43.4 67 0 1 5 3 1 9 361 40.1 48 0 0 3 0 1 10 425 42.5 51 0 0 0 2 3 89 3858 43.3 74 0 9 24 27 21 39 1623 41.6 58 0 4 13 8 16

SACKS-YDS 1.0-6 1.0-5 0.0-0 1.0-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-17 2.0-17 9.0-64 25.0-140

|----FUMBLES----| FF FR-YDS INT-YDS QBH PBU KICK 0 0-0 2-21 0 2 0 0 1-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 2-32 0 4 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 0 0-0 1-19 0 1 0 0 2-0 0-0 0 2 0 1 1-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1-0 1-0 0 6 0 2 2-53 0-0 2 1 0 6 7-53 6-72 2 24 0 15 10-10 12-164 4 35 0 |---------FIELD GOALS---------| ATT-MADE LG BLKD 0-1 0 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 48 0 1-1 26 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 27 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 27 0 4-5 48 0 11-13 43 0

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

|---------PUNT RET---------| NO. YDS TD LG 2 13 0 13 1 0 0 0 1 8 0 8 2 4 0 2 3 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 23 0 23 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 10 0 10 2 33 0 29 1 12 0 12 15 108 0 29 36 533 0 50

|------------Kicks--XPTS------------| ATT-MAD RUN RCV SAF 3-3 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 3-3 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 0-1 0 0 0 1-1 0 0 0 5-5 0 0 0 2-2 0 0 0 17-18 0 0 0 65-70 0 0 1

ALL PUR 255 150 263 361 161 191 147 231 197 199 300 130 2585 5898

2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

PTS 21 7 10 24 0 0 3 7 6 7 35 17 137 520

|----------------KICKOFFS----------------------| NO. YDS AVG TB OB 5 317 63.4 0 0 2 123 61.5 0 0 3 178 59.3 1 0 5 319 63.8 0 0 1 70 70.0 1 0 1 70 70.0 0 0 2 128 64.0 0 0 2 122 61.0 0 0 2 101 50.5 0 0 2 140 70.0 2 0 6 411 68.5 2 0 4 228 57.0 1 0 35 2207 63.1 7 0 93 6151 66.1 14 0

69


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

S P E C I A LT Y STATI STI C S TCU INSIDE OPPONENT RED-ZONE Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 24 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 27

Opponent Score vs Oregon State W 30-21 Tennessee Tech W 62-7 Baylor W 45-10 at SMU W 41-24 at Colorado State W 27-0 Wyoming W 45-0 BYU W 31-3 Air Force W 38-7 at UNLV W 48-6 at Utah W 47-7 San Diego State W 40-35 at New Mexico W 66-17 Totals 58 of 66 (87.9%)

OPPONENTS INSIDE TCU RED-ZONE

Date Opponent Score Sept. 4 vs Oregon State W 30-21 Sept. 11 Tennessee Tech W 62-7 Sept. 18 Baylor W 45-10 Sept. 24 at SMU W 41-24 Oct. 2 at Colorado State W 27-0 Oct. 9 Wyoming W 45-0 Oct. 16 BYU W 31-3 Oct. 23 Air Force W 38-7 Oct. 30 at UNLV W 48-6 Nov. 6 at Utah W 47-7 Nov. 13 San Diego State W 40-35 Nov. 27 at New Mexico W 66-17 Totals 13 of 16 (81.2%)

TIME OF POSSESSION Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 24 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 27

Opponent vs. Oregon State TENNESSEE TECH BAYLOR at SMU at Colorado State WYOMING BYU AIR FORCE at UNLV at Utah SAN DIEGO STATE at New Mexico TCU Total Avg. Opponents Total Avg.

Overall 39:23 28:33 36:07 32:18 33:56 32:21 35:44 32:36 32:49 39:06 40:51 31:08 414:52 34:34 305:08 25:26

BIG PLAYS (25 yards+)

Rushing (7): Wesley_______________ 49 yds* vs Baylor Dalton______________ 47 yds vs Air Force Tucker_________ 47 yds at Colorado State Wesley___________ 44 yds at New Mexico Dean__________________ 35 yds at UNLV Tucker________ 28 yds vs San Diego State Tucker__________________25 yds at Utah Receiving (30): Boyce__________________ 93 yds* at Utah Boyce_________________ 54 yds* at UNLV Dawson_________ 52 yds vs Oregon State Kerley_____________50 yds* vs Wyoming Young___________45 yds* at New Mexico Wesley___________ 44 yds at New Mexico Dawson____________ 43 yds vs Wyoming Hicks___________________41 yds at SMU Young________ 39 yds* at Colorado State Kerley_______ 38 yds* vs San Diego State James___________38 yds* at New Mexico Johnson______________ 37 yds vs Baylor Boyce__________________ 35 yds* vs BYU James_____________ 34 yds vs Wyoming Kerley_________32 yds vs Tennessee Tech Frosch__________________31 yds at SMU Tucker_____________ 31 yds vs. Wyoming Johnson___________31 yds* vs Wyoming Young__________________30 yds at Utah Young________________ 29 yds vs Baylor Young________________ 29 yds vs Baylor Johnson_______________ 29 yds at UNLV Johnson______ 29 yds vs San Diego State Boyce____________ 28 yds at New Mexico

70

1st Qtr 9:02 5:38 9:28 6:27 9:12 7:02 10:37 6:33 8:35 8:52 11:25 9:00 101:51 8:29 78:09 6:30

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs - ---------- Failed to score inside RZ ---------In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half 6 4 28 4 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 7 7 48 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 31 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 35 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 17 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 5 31 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 10 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 38 5 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 27 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 4 20 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 6 33 4 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 7 7 45 6 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 66 58 363 48 37 11 10 1 0 2 1 4

Game 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs ---------- Failed to score inside RZ ---------In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 1 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 10 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 14 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 17 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 13 78 10 6 4 3 0 2 1 0 0 0

2nd Qtr 7:36 7:29 7:10 8:31 8:48 6:16 9:48 9:31 6:00 10:37 9:47 5:54 97:27 8:07 82:33 6:52

3rd Qtr 11:42 7:42 8:08 9:25 10:41 10:43 3:59 8:45 7:40 9:59 9:18 7:21 105:23 8:46 74:37 6:13

4th Qtr 11:03 7:44 11:21 7:55 5:15 8:20 11:20 7:47 10:34 9:38 10:21 8:53 109:11 9:10 69:49 5:49

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS Overall Rate 11-17 64.7% 7-10 70% 3-8 37.5% 5-11 45.5% 6-14 42.9% 4-7 57.1% 7-16 43.8% 6-10 60% 7-11 63.6% 10-15 66.7% 7-18 38.9% 5-12 41.6% 78-149 52.3% 33-151 21.8%

4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS Overall Rate 0-0 0% 0-0 0% 1-1 100% 2-3 66.7% 0-1 0% 0-0 0% 1-2 50% 1-2 50% 2-2 100% 0-0 0% 1-1 1000% 1-1 100% 9-13 69.2% 6-15 40%

Kerley_______________ 28 yds* vs Baylor Boyce_______________ 27 yds vs Air Force Kerley_________________ 27 yds at UNLV Johnson_______________ 26 yds* at Utah Boyce__________________ 26 yds* at Utah Kerley__________________25 yds at SMU Kerley__________________25 yds at Utah Returns (23): Kerley______________ 83 yds (KO) at SMU Brock_______________ 57 yds (int) at Utah McCoy_______ 56 yds (KO) at New Mexico Kerley______________ 52 yds (KO) vs BYU Clay________ 50 yds (punt) at New Mexico Kerley___________45 yds (punt) vs Baylor Dawson___ 44 yds (KO) vs San Diego State Kerley___ 43 yds (punt) vs San Diego State Kerley______________ 38 yds (KO) at SMU Kerley___________34 yds (punt) vs Baylor Clay_____ 33 yds (punt) vs San Diego State Clay________ 32 yds (punt) at New Mexico McCoy____________ 31 yds (KO) vs Baylor Jones_____________ 30 yds (int)* vs UNLV Teague___ 29 yds (int)* vs Tennessee Tech Kerley______________ 29 yds (KO) vs BYU Johnson___29 yds (int) vs San Diego State Kerley______ 28 yds (punt) at New Mexico Kerley________ 26 yds (punt) vs Wyoming Kerley__________26 yds (KO) vs Wyoming Kerley____ 26 yds (KO) vs San Diego State Kerley__________ 25 yds (KO) vs Air Force Dawson_____ 25 yds (punt) at New Mexico

* - Denotes touchdown-scoring play Senior Jeremy Kerley has five returns of longer than 35 yards this season and was named the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year for the second-straight season.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


S E A S O N S U P E R LATI V E S 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_____________________________ 54 (vs Oregon State; vs. SDSU)_________ 377 (vs Air Force)_____________________ 7.4 (vs Air Force)_____________________ 7 (vs Tennessee Tech)_________________ 36 (vs BYU; vs. San Diego State)_________ 24 (vs BYU) _________________________ 381 (at Utah)________________________ 15.6 (vs Wyoming)___________________ 4 (Four times) _______________________ 90 (vs San Diego State)________________ 586 (vs Wyoming)____________________ 9.2 (vs Wyoming)____________________ 66 (at New Mexico) __________________ 5 (vs Tennessee Tech)_________________ 30 (vs Air Force; at UNLV) ______________ 11(vs Wyoming)_____________________ 84 (vs Wyoming)_____________________ 2 (Five times)________________________ 2 (Four times)_______________________

TCU INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

LOWS 38 (vs BYU) 108 (vs BYU) 2.8 (vs BYU) 0 (vs BYU) 18 (vs Wyoming) 11 (vs Air Force) 128 (at Colorado State) 5.1 (at Colorado State) 1 (Five times) 62 (vs Tennessee Tech) 375 (at SMU) 5.1 (at SMU; vs BYU) 27 (at Colorado State) 1 (Five times) 21 (at SMU) 3 (Five times) 20 (vs BYU) 0 (Four times) 0 (Four times)

Rushes______________________ 28______________ Wesley, Ed vs Air Force Yards Rushing________________ 209_____________ Wesley, Ed vs Air Force TD Rushes___________________ 2_______________ Dalton, Andy vs Oregon State Tucker, Matthew vs Tennessee Tech Wesley, Ed vs Baylor James, Waymon at SMU Wesley, Ed at Colorado State Wesley, Ed vs Air Force Shivers, Luke at New Mexico Long Rush___________________ 49______________ Wesley, Ed vs Baylor Pass attempts________________ 36______________ Dalton, Andy vs BYU Dalton, Andy vs San Diego State Pass completions_____________ 24______________ Dalton, Andy vs BYU Yards Passing________________ 355_____________ Dalton, Andy at Utah TD Passes___________________ 4_______________ Dalton, Andy vs BYU Dalton, Andy vs San Diego State Long Pass___________________ 93______________ Dalton, Andy at Utah Receptions__________________ 8_______________ Boyce, Josh vs BYU Kerley, Jeremy vs San Diego State Yards Receiving_______________ 127_____________ Boyce, Josh vs BYU TD Receptions________________ 3_______________ Kerley, Jeremy vs San Diego State Long Reception______________ 93______________ Boyce, Josh at Utah Field Goals__________________ 2_______________ Evans, Ross at Colorado State Evans, Ross at Utah Evans, Ross vs San Diego State Long Field Goal_______________ 43______________ Evans, Ross at Colorado State Punts_______________________ 6_______________ Kelton, Anson vs BYU Punting Avg_________________ 47.2_____________ Kelton, Anson at New Mexico Long Punt___________________ 58______________ Kelton, Anson vs BYU Long Punt Return_____________ 50______________ Clay, Curtis at New Mexico Long Kickoff Return___________ 83______________ Kerley, Jeremy at SMU Tackles______________________ 12______________ Cuba, Tekerrein vs Wyoming Brock, Tanner at Utah Sacks_______________________ 2.0______________ Daniels, Wayne vs Oregon State Jones, Colin vs San Diego State Tackles For Loss______________ 3.5______________ Jones, Colin at Colorado State Interceptions________________ 1_______________ Teague, Jason vs Tennessee Tech Johnson, Tejay at SMU Luttrell, Tyler vs Wyoming Johnson, Tejay vs BYU Carder, Tank vs BYU Teague, Jason at UNLV Jones, Colin at UNLV McCoy, Greg at Utah Brock, Tanner at Utah Johnson, Tejay vs San Diego State McCoy, Greg vs San Diego State Thompson, Jurrell at New Mexico

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 41 (vs Tenn Tech; vs Air Force)_____ 17 (at Utah) 192 (at SMU)___________________ 38 (vs San Diego State) 6.6 (at SMU)____________________ 1.7 (at Colorado State) 2 (vs SDSU; at New Mexico)_______ 0 (Seven times) 35 (at SMU; at Utah)_____________ 7 (vs Air Force) 17 (at Colorado State)____________ 3 (vs Air Force) 262 (vs San Diego State) _________ 34 (at New Mexico) 10.1 (vs San Diego State)_________ 1.6 (at New Mexico) 2 (vs OSU; at SMU; vs SDSU)_______ 0 (Five times) 64 (at SMU)____________________ 32 (vs San Diego State) 361(at SMU) ___________________ 130 (at New Mexico) 6.4 (vs San Diego State)__________ 2.1 (at New Mexico) 35 (vs San Diego State)___________ 0 (at CSU, vs Wyoming) 2 (vs BYU; vs SDSU; at UNM)_______ 0 (Six times) 19 (at SMU)____________________ 7 (vs San Diego State) 9 (at UNLV)____________________ 3 (vs Utah) 88 (at UNLV)___________________ 20 (vs BYU) 5 (vs Tennessee Tech)____________ 0 (vs OSU; vs BU; vs BYU) 2 (vs Oregon State; at SMU)_______ 0 (Eight times)

2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes __________________ 19 _______________Godfrey, Stump at New Mexico Yards Rushing ____________ 139 ______________Line, Zach at SMU TD Rushes _______________ 2 ________________Sullivan, Brand vs San Diego State Godfrey, Stump at New Mexico Long Rush _______________ 31 _______________Gay, Dontey vs Tennessee Tech Pass attempts ____________ 35 _______________Padron, Kyle at SMU Wynn, Jordan at Utah Pass completions _________ 17 _______________Thomas, Pete at Colorado State Yards Passing _____________ 262 ______________Lindley, Ryan vs San Diego State TD Passes ________________ 2 ________________Katz, Ryan vs Oregon State Padron, Kyle at SMU Lindley, Ryan vs San Diego State Long Pass _______________ 53 _______________Griffin III, R. vs Baylor Receptions ______________ 7 ________________Johnson, M. at UNLV Yards Receiving ___________ 167 ______________Brown, Vincent vs San Diego State TD Receptions ____________ 2 ________________Brown, Vincent vs San Diego State Long Reception ___________ 53 _______________Gordon, Josh vs Baylor Field Goals _______________ 1 ________________Jones, Aaron vs Baylor Szymanski, Matt at SMU Payne, Mitch vs BYU Aho, James at New Mexico Long Field Goal ___________ 48 _______________Jones, Aaron vs Baylor Punts ___________________ 10 _______________Skaer, Ben at New Mexico Punting Avg _____________ 49.8 ______________Kontodiakos, Pete at Colorado State Long Punt _______________ 74 _______________Szymanski, Matt at SMU Long Punt Return _________ 29 _______________Parker, Larry vs San Diego State Long Kickoff Return _______ 45 _______________Smithson, Shaky at Utah Tackles __________________ 18 _______________Mitchell, Lance vs Oregon State Walker, Chaz at Utah (Nov 06, 2010) Sacks ___________________ 1.0 _______________Paea, Stephen vs Oregon State Edwards, Marcus vs Tennessee Tech Thompson, Taylor at SMU Eason, Corby vs BYU So’oto, Vic vs BYU Burris, Miles vs San Diego State Andrews, Rob vs San Diego State Greer, Jacori at New Mexico Tackles For Loss ___________ 2.0 _______________Banjo, Chris at SMU So’oto, Vic vs BYU Burris, Miles vs San Diego State Interceptions _____________ 1 ________________Mitchell, Lance vs Oregon State Roberson, Dwight vs Oregon State Moore, Sterling at SMU Smith, Ryan, at SMU Wooding, Anthony vs Air Force Lemon, Gabe vs San Diego State

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

71


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 10 G A M E -BY-G A M E R ECAPS SEPT. 4, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 46,138 COWBOYS STADIUM • ARLINGTON, TEXAS

SEPT. 11, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 37,117 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

#24 OREGON STATE

21

7

BAYLOR

10

#6 TCU 30

#4 TCU 62

#4 TCU 45

ARLINGTON, Texas - Andy Dalton ran for two touchdowns and threw for another, and No. 6 TCU opened the season with a 30-21 victory over No. 24 Oregon State in the 2010 Cowboys Classic. Dalton’s final touchdown, a 4-yard keeper at the end of the third quarter, put TCU ahead for good. The Frogs’ final points, a safety after an errant Oregon State snap inside its own 20-yard line with only 4:14 remaining, put the game out of the Beavers’ reach. Ed Wesley led a potent Frog ground attack with 134 yards rushing on 17 carries. Matthew Tucker added 74 yards on 20 carries, while Dalton accounted for 237 yards of offense, including 64 on the ground. Jeremy Kerley tied a career high with six receptions. He caught a 1-yard touchdown to tie the game at 14-all midway through the second quarter, then set up an 8-yard score by Wesley before halftime with a 34-yard punt return.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Matthew Tucker ran for two touchdowns, Andy Dalton threw for a score while setting another TCU record and the Frogs stretched their home winning streak to 15 games with a 62-7 victory over Tennessee Tech. Dalton tied Max Knake’s school record of 622 career completions with his second against the Eagles, a 24-yard TD to Josh Boyce less than 5 minutes into the game to put TCU ahead to stay. TCU also shined on defense. Jason Teague returned an interception 29 yards for a touchdown at the end of the first quarter for a 21-0 lead, and Alex Ibiloye forced three TTU fumbles, more than any Frog recorded during all of 2009.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Ed Wesley ran 19 times for 165 yards and two touchdowns, Andy Dalton completed 21 of 23 passes for 267 yards with two scores to Jeremy Kerley and No. 4 TCU stretched its home winning streak to 16 games with a 45-10 victory over Baylor. The Horned Frogs scored touchdowns on their first five drives to build a 35-3 lead and had 335 of their 558 total yards by halftime. Dalton, whose 91-percent completion rate set singlegame TCU and Mountain West Conference records, hit his first 11 passes. His first incompletion didn’t come until 4 minutes into the second quarter. TCU held Baylor, which entered the game averaging 478 yards of total offense per contest, to only 263 yards.

SCORE BY QUARTERS OREGON STATE TCU

1 2 3 4 F 7 7 7 0 21 7 14 7 2 30

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter OSU - Jam. Rodgers 30-yard pass from R. Katz (J. Kahut kick), 11:48 TCU - A. Dalton 6-yard run (R. Evans kick), 7:19 Second Quarter OSU - J. Bishop 34-yard pass from R. Katz (J. Kahut kick), 11:57 TCU - J. Kerley 1-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 8:39 TCU - E. Wesley 8-yard run (R. Evans kick), 0:49 Third Quarter OSU - Jac. Rodgers 1-yard run (J. Kahut kick), 5:33 TCU - A. Dalton 4-yard run (R. Evans kick), 0:59 Fourth Quarter TCU - Team safety, 4:14

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

OSU TCU 13 28 25-73 54-278 182 175 10-26-0 17-27-2 51-255 81-453 2-13-0 3-42-0 5-114-0 5-105-0 2-21-0 0-0-0 5-43.4 4-42.2 2-0 0-0 4-30 6-45 20:37 39:23 4-of-11 11-of-17 1-of-1 0-of-0 1-6 2-10

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING OSU - Jac. Rodgers 18-75; Jam. Rodgers 2-8; Wheaton 1-6; Katz 3-2. TCU - Wesley 17-134; Tucker 20-74; Dalton 15-64; Dawson 1-5; Shivers 1-1. PASSING OSU - Katz 9-25-0-159; Hekker 1-1-0-23. TCU - Dalton 17-27-2-175.

SCORE BY QUARTERS TENNESSEE TECH TCU

1 2 3 4 F 0 7 0 0 7 21 14 6 21 62

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter TCU - J. Boyce 24-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 10:54 TCU - M. Tucker 3-yard run (R. Evans kick), 1:03 TCU - J. Teague 29-yard int. return (R. Evans kick), 0:01 Second Quarter TTU - T. Hudson 11-yard pass from T. Lamb (M. Barker kick), 11:39 TCU - J. Kerley 5-yard run (R. Evans kick), 1:26 TCU - M. Tucker 1-yard run (R. Evans kick), 0:25 Third Quarter TCU - A. Dalton 19-yard run (R. Evans kick failed), 6:41 Fourth Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 7-yard run (R. Evans kick), 14:19 TCU - W. James 15-yard run (R. Evans kick), 11:06 TCU - R. Hightower 16-yard run (R. Evans kick), 4:09

SCORE BY QUARTERS BAYLOR TCU

TTU TCU 11 24 41-92 41-270 58 182 9-14-1 15-21-0 55-150 62-452 1-0-0 1-12-0 6-95-0 2-47-0 0-0-0 1-29-1 7-39.1 3-42.3 6-4 1-1 4-25 8-75 31:27 28:33 5-of-14 7-of-10 0-of-0 0-of-0 1-5 5-32

1 2 3 4 F 3 0 7 0 10 21 14 3 7 45

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter TCU - J. Kerley 28-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 12:40 TCU - E. Wesley 49-yard run (R. Evans kick), 7:43 BU - A. Jones 48-yard field goal, 5:34 TCU - M. Tucker 1-yard run (R. Evans kick), 1:17 Second Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 5-yard run (R. Evans kick), 10:11 TCU - L. Shivers 2-yard run (R. Evans kick), 6:03 Third Quarter TCU - R. Evans 23-yard field goal, 5:30 BU - J. Gordon 53-yard pass from R. Griffin III (A. Jones kick), 3:31 Fourth Quarter TCU - J. Kerley 9-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 9:43

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

BU TCU 15 28 26-99 48-291 164 267 16-30-0 21-23-0 56-263 71-558 1-8-0 4-84-0 7-166-0 2-39-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-45.6 3-46.0 0-0 0-0 6-41 3-25 23:53 36:07 2-of-12 3-of-8 0-of-1 1-of-1 0-0 3-22

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING TTU - Gay 7-38; Garrett 2-30; Barnes 3-12; Perez 3-11; Crawford 7-6; Hudson 1-3; Ziegler 1-3; Team 1-(-1); Lamb 15-(-5); Page 1-(-5). TCU - Wesley 11-85; Tucker 9-53; James 5-34; Pachall 2-28; Dean 5-23; Dalton 5-23; Hightower 1-16; Kerley 1-5; Dawson 1-4; Team 1-(-1).

RUSHING BU - Finley 9-56; Griffin III 14-21; Ganaway 1-17; Salubi 1-3; I. Williams 1-2. TCU - Wesley 19-165; Kerley 4-49; Tucker 12-34; Dalton 4-26; James 3-13; Dean 1-3; Pachall 1-3; Shivers 1-2; Dawson 1-0; Team 2-(-4).

PASSING TTU - Lamb 7-12-1-50; Barnes 2-2-0-8. TCU - Dalton 15-21-0-182.

RECEIVING OSU - Jam. Rodgers 4-75; Halahuni 2-26; Nichols 2-24; Bishop 1-34; Poyer 1-23. TCU - Kerley 6-49; Dawson 4-69; B. Johnson 3-26; Clay 1-13; Hicks 1-12; Boyce 1-5; Wesley 1-1.

72

TENNESSEE TECH

SEPT. 18, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 47,393 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

RECEIVING TTU - Hudson 2-11; Ziegler 2-7; Benford 1-17; Sailes 1-9; Olverson 1-8; Allen 1-7; Gay 1-(-1). TCU - B. Johnson 7-56; Boyce 3-70; Clay 2-12; Young 1-17; Kerley 1-16; Adams 1-11.

PASSING BU - Griffin III 16-28-0-164; Florence 0-2-0-0. TCU - Dalton 21-23-0-267. RECEIVING BU - T. Williams 6-37; Gordon 3-66; Sampson 2-31; Wright 2-10; Finley 1-10; K. Johnson 1-7; Taylor 1-3. TCU - Kerley 6-69; Young 3-53; B. Johnson 3-43; Boyce 3-28; L. Brock 1-29; Clay 1-11; Frosch 1-11; Hicks 1-9; Dawson 1-8; Tucker 1-6.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


SEPT. 24, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 35,481 GERALD J. FORD STADIUM • DALLAS, TEXAS

#4 TCU

OCT. 2, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 22,553 HUGHES STADIUM • FORT COLLINS, COLO.

41

SMU 24 DALLAS - No. 4 TCU extended its regular-season winning streak to 17 games with a 41-24 win over SMU. Playing on the road for the first time this season, the Frogs trailed when TCU’S second interception set up a goahead SMU touchdown early in the third quarter. Jeremy Kerley responded by returning the ensuing kickoff 83 yards and TCU was back in control. Andy Dalton capped that drive with an 11-yard touchdown pass to Bart Johnson, then completed a pair of third downs on the way to a 9-yard touchdown run by Waymon James on the next series. Luke Shivers added a 4-yard touchdown run at the start of the fourth quarter to push TCU’s lead to 35-17, and Tejay Johnson later capped the scoring by returning a pick 19 yards to the end zone. SCORE BY QUARTERS TCU SMU

1 2 3 4 F 7 7 14 13 41 7 3 7 7 24

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter SMU - A. Robinson 23-yard pass from K. Padron (M. Szymanski kick), 6:47 TCU - Tucker, Matthew 2-yard run (R. Evans kick), 0:13 Second Quarter TCU - W. James 4-yard run (R. Evans kick), 4:21 SMU - M. Szymanski 26-yard field goal, 0:20 Third Quarter SMU - B. Haynes 1-yard pass from K. Padron (M. Szymanski kick), 13:58 TCU - B. Johnson 11-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 12:26 TCU - W. James 9-yard run (R. Evans kick), 5:31 Fourth Quarter TCU - L. Shivers 4-yard run (R. Evans kick), 14:26 SMU - Z. Line 29-yard run (M. Szymanski kick), 11:24 TCU - T. Johnson 19-yard int. return (R. Evans kick failed), 7:14

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU SMU 21 19 46-190 29-192 185 169 15-27-2 14-35-1 73-375 64-361 2-23-0 2-4-0 5-172-0 5-104-0 1-19-1 2-32-0 3-36.7 7-40.0 2-0 1-0 3-35 5-55 32:18 27:42 5-of-11 2-of-13 2-of-3 1-of-2 1-2 1-7

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING TCU - Tucker 19-63; Dalton 7-43; James 8-41; Wesley 8-35; Kerley 1-6; Shivers 1-4; Team 2-(-2) SMU - Line 17-139; Butler 4-22; Padron 7-19; Szymanski 1-12. PASSING TCU - Dalton 14-26-2-174; Kerley 1-1-0-11. SMU - Padron 14-35-1-169. RECEIVING TCU - Kerley 4-33; B. Johnson 3-29; Hicks 1-41; Frosch 1-31; Dawson 1-10; Shivers 1-9; Young 1-9; Boyce 1-8; Clay 1-8; James 1-7. SMU - D. Johnson 5-72; Robinson 5-61; Beasley 2-20; Line 1-15; Haynes 1-1.

#5 TCU

2 0 10 G A M E- B Y- G A M E R E C A P S OCT. 9, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 38,081 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

27

COLORADO STATE

WYOMING

0

0

#5 TCU 45

FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Ed Wesley scored twice, TCU’s swarming defense forced two fumbles and the fifth-ranked Frogs pulled away in the second half Saturday during a 27-0 win at Colorado State. The Frogs rotated in a steady stream of fresh tailbacks all game long as they gained a season-high 346 yards on the ground. Matthew Tucker led the way with 87 yards, while Wesley added 78. TCU limited the Rams to just 161 total yards. The Frogs also held the Rams to eight first downs as they won their 18th straight regular-season game. The shutout marked the first time in Gary Patterson’s tenure as head coach that TCU shut out an opponent on the road. Andy Dalton’s 39-yard fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Jimmy Young gave him a new TCU-record 50 scoring tosses in his career, breaking the previous all-time mark of 49 (Max Knake, 1992-95). Dalton also set a new program mark for career pass attempts during the victory.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Andy Dalton threw for a seasonhigh 270 yards and three touchdowns, and TCU recorded a second consecutive shutout for the first time in 55 years in the No. 5 Frogs’ 45-0 victory against Wyoming. TCU featured a balanced offensive attack against the Cowboys, rushing for 305 and passing for 281. Tailback Ed Wesley totaled 115 yards on the ground for his third 100yard performance of the season. Dalton completed 14-of-17 attempts and found nine different receivers. Scoring passes went to Jeremy Kerley, Bart Johnson and Antoine Hicks. The tosses to Kerley and Johnson went for 50 and 31 yards, respectively, in the game’s opening 15:07. The Frogs limited the Cowboys to only 191 total yards, marking the second straight game the TCU defense held an opponent under 200 yards. Wyoming was a combined 0-of11 on third- and fourth-down conversion attempts. Safety Tekerrein Cuba racked up a TCU season-best 12 tackles.

SCORE BY QUARTERS TCU COLORADO STATE

SCORE BY QUARTERS WYOMING TCU

1 2 3 4 F 3 3 14 7 27 0 0 0 0 0

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter TCU - R. Evans 29-yard field goal, 7:58 Second Quarter TCU - R. Evans 43-yard field goal, 13:31 Third Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 8-yard run (R. Evans kick), 12:47 TCU - E. Wesley 3-yard run (R. Evans kick), 2:51 Fourth Quarter TCU - J. Young 39-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 11:25

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU CSU 24 8 49-346 26-45 128 116 12-25-0 17-29-0 74-474 55-161 3-35-0 3-5-0 0-0-0 5-123-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-37.6 8-49.8 1-0 3-2 4-30 4-30 33:56 26:04 6-of-14 4-of-15 0-of-1 1-of-2 4-7 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING TCU - Tucker 8-87; Wesley 15-78; Dalton 10-67; James 6-55; Dean 2-25; Kerley 4-20; Pachall 1-12; Fort 1-2; Shivers 1-2; Team 1-(-2). CSU - Mosure 7-15; Nwoke 4-8; Pauga 3-8; Greenwood 1-6; Borcky 1-4; Mason 1-2; Thomas 6-2; Carter 3-1. PASSING TCU - Dalton 11-24-0-109; Pachall 1-1-0-19. CSU - Thomas 17-29-0-116. RECEIVING TCU - Boyce 4-44; Kerley 3-5; Young 1-39; Fuller 1-19; Wesley 1-9; B. Johnson 1-7; Dawson 1-5. CSU - Pauga 3-23; Liggett 3-20; Greenwood 3-18; Borcky 2-19; Nwoke 2-19; Law 1-9; Peitz 1-4; Yemm 1-3; Mason 1-1.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

2 0 10 S E A O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

1 2 3 4 F 0 0 0 0 0 14 17 7 7 45

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter TCU - J. Kerley 50-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 8:18 TCU - A. Hicks 2-yard run (R. Evans kick), 3:19 Second Quarter TCU - B. Johnson 31-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 14:53 TCU - E. Wesley 17-yard run (R. Evans kick), 10:38 TCU - R. Evans 37-yard field goal, 3:20 Third Quarter TCU - M. Tucker 5-yard run (R. Evans kick), 9:43 Fourth Quarter TCU - A. Hicks 4-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 14:22

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

UW TCU 8 27 28-75 46-305 116 281 11-17-1 15-18-0 45-191 64-586 0-0-0 3-48-0 6-120-0 1-26-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 8-46.4 2-45.5 0-0 0-0 5-30 11-84 27:39 32:21 0-of-10 4-of-7 0-of-1 0-of-0 0-0 1-3

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING UW - Alexander 15-41; Herron 6-19; Crum 5-9; Ogbonna 1-5; Gipson 1-1. TCU - Wesley 17-115; Tucker 7-45; James 6-43; Dalton 4-42; Dean 6-39; Fort 2-8; Gallegos 2-8; Kerley 1-3; Hicks 1-2. PASSING UW - Crum 11-17-1-116. TCU - Dalton 14-17-0-270; Gallegos 1-1-0-11. RECEIVING UW - McNeill 3-1; Herron 2-43; Leonard 2-10; Alexander 2-8; Burkhalter 1-40; Studnicka 1-14. TCU - Kerley 3-65; Tucker 3-53; Brock 2-22; Dawson 1-43; James 1-34; B. Johnson 1-31; Fuller 1-11; Shivers 1-10; Young 1-8; Hicks 1-4.

73


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL 2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 10 G A M E -BY-G A M E R ECAPS OCT. 16, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 40,416 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

OCT. 30, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 16,745 SAM BOYD STADIUM • LAS VEGAS, NEV.

BYU 3

AIR FORCE

#4 TCU 31

#4 TCU 38

UNLV 6

FORT WORTH, Texas - Andy Dalton threw four touchdown passes, including two barely a minute apart late in the first half, and No. 4 TCU narrowly missed a third consecutive shutout in a 31-3 victory against BYU. Leading 3-0 in the waning minutes of the first half, the Frogs took control of the game. Stansly Maponga sacked BYU quarterback Jake Heaps, forcing the Cougars to punt from their 4. Given good field position, Dalton found Josh Boyce on a 35-yard score two plays later. Boyce finished with eight receptions for 127 yards, the most for TCU since Jimmy Young totaled a school-record 226 in 2008 vs. Wyoming. The Frogs got the ball right back on an interception, and Dalton hit a wide-open Young for a 14-yard score that made it 17-0 with 26 seconds left in the half. The Cougars had just 14 total yards in the first half but ended TCU’s shutout streak at 10 quarters, crossing midfield for the first time on a 70-yard drive to a short field goal late in the third. BYU finished with 147 total yards, the third straight time and fourth overall that TCU’s nation-leading defense held an opponent to less than 200 yards.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Ed Wesley rushed for a careerhigh 209 yards and two touchdowns, and the TCU defense stiffened after giving up its first October touchdown, leading the No. 4 Frogs to a 38-7 victory over Air Force. Wesley had more yards by himself than the nation’s No. 1 rushing offense as the Frogs piled up 377 yards on the ground, 30 more than the Falcons averaged coming in. Air Force answered a TCU touchdown on the opening possession by driving 89 yards against a TCU defense that had allowed just three points in the previous three games. The Falcons didn’t do much more, though, while the Frogs just kept rolling. Both of Wesley’s scores came in the second half, and TCU finished with 562 total yards. For the second week in a row, TCU was in a three-point game before taking control just before halftime. This time, the lead was 10-7 after the Frogs went 89 yards in 3:01, capped by Andy Dalton’s 8-yard scoring pass to Jeremy Kerley with 16 seconds left in the half. Dalton finished 11-of-20 for 185 yards while adding a career-best 93 yards rushing.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Andy Dalton threw for 252 yards and two touchdowns, Jeremy Kerley scored running and receiving, and No. 4 TCU dominated defensively again to stay undefeated with a 48-6 road victory against UNLV. Ed Wesley ran 64 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown and Dalton finished 16 of 23 with no interceptions. TCU built a 28-6 halftime lead. Kerley started the scoring with a 5-yard run around the left side with 9:31 left in the first quarter, followed by Wesley’s 1-yard run up the middle on the first play of the second quarter to make it 14-0. Colin Jones intercepted Omar Clayton’s pass and ran it back for 30-yard touchdown one minute later. Dalton had a 1-yard dive into the end zone with a minute until halftime. Three plays into the second half, Dalton found Josh Boyce across the middle in stride for a 54-yard touchdown pass. It was TCU’s longest play from scrimmage this season.

SCORE BY QUARTERS BYU TCU

SCORE BY QUARTERS AIR FORCE TCU

1 2 3 4 F 0 0 3 0 3 3 14 0 14 31

7

1 2 3 4 F 7 0 0 0 7 7 10 14 7 38

SCORING SUMMARY

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter TCU - R. Evans 20-yard field goal, 2:19 Second Quarter TCU - J. Boyce 35-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 1:30 TCU - J. Young 14-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 0:26 Third Quarter BYU - M. Payne 27-yard field goal, 1:14 Fourth Quarter TCU - J. Boyce 20-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 10:03 TCU - J. Kerley 21-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 4:26

First Quarter TCU - A. Dalton 5-yard run (R. Evans kick), 12:10 AF - T. Jefferson 16-yard run (E. Soderberg kick), 6:36 Second Quarter TCU - R. Evans 30-yard field goal TCU - J. Kerley 8-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 0:16 Third Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 8-yard run (R. Evans kick), 6:33 TCU - M. Tucker 6-yard run (R. Evans kick), 0:00 Fourth Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 13-yard run (R. Evans kick), 6:22

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

BYU TCU 10 23 27-56 38-108 91 273 14-30-2 24-36-0 57-147 74-381 1-23-0 4-56-0 6-123-0 2-81-0 0-0-0 2-2-0 7-48.0 6-41.3 0-0 3-0 4-20 4-20 24:16 35:44 3-of-14 7-of-16 0-of-2 1-of-2 2-12 3-21

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BYU - Kariya 12-57; Di Luigi 9-11; Quezada 2-6; Hague 1-3; Heaps 3-(-21). TCU - Wesley 10-53; Tucker 10-31; James 5-21; Dalton 7-16; Dean 2-9; Pachall 1-2; Shivers 1-1; Dawson 1-(-5), Team 1-(-20). PASSING BYU - Heaps 14-30-2-91. TCU - Dalton 24-36-0-273. RECEIVING BYU - Di Luigi 6-37; Kariya 4-31; Hague 2-14; Mahina 1-5; Jacobson 1-4. TCU - Boyce 8-127; Kerley 5-25; B. Johnson 3-59; Young 3-40; Hicks 2-20; Wesley 2-(-4); Tucker 1-6.

74

OCT. 23, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 46,096 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

#4 TCU

SCORE BY QUARTERS TCU UNLV

AF TCU 13 30 41-184 51-377 47 185 3-7-0 11-20-1 48-231 71-562 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-122-0 2-46-0 1-19-0 0-0-0 6-47.8 0-0.0 2-0 0-0 4-30 3-25 27:24 32:36 4-of-11 6-of-10 0-of-1 1-of-2 0-0 1-6

SCORING SUMMARY

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

PASSING AF - Jefferson 3-7-0-47. TCU - Dalton 11-20-1-185. RECEIVING AF - Warzeka 1-22; Freeman 1-17; Halderman 1-8. TCU - Boyce 3-49; Hicks 2-47; Young 2-38; Kerley 2-20; B. Johnson 1-25; Shivers 1-6.

TCU UNLV 30 12 52-273 24-69 257 128 17-25-0 15-32-2 77-530 56-197 2-(-3)-0 1-0-0 2-28-0 8-158-0 2-30-1 0-0-0 1-36.0 6-32.8 3-2 0-0 3-35 9-88 32:49 27:11 7-of-11 3-of-13 2-of-2 2-of-4 0-0 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING AF - Halderman 4-53; Jefferson 9-39; Walker 6-30; Coleman 1-19; Clark 10-18; Jones 2-14; Cobb 4-9; Dietz 3-5; Team 1-(-1); Warzeka 1-(-2). TCU - Wesley 28-209; Dalton 7-93; Tucker 12-63; Kerley 2-11; Fort 1-2; Team 1-(-1).

1 2 3 4 F 7 21 7 13 48 0 6 0 0 6

First Quarter TCU - J. Kerley 5-yard run (R. Evans kick), 9:31 Second Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 1-yard run (R. Evans kick), 14:57 TCU - C. Jones 30-yard int. return (R. Evans kick), 13:57 UNLV - M. Johnson 10-yard pass from O. Clayton (N. Kohorst kick failed), 9:02 TCU - A. Dalton 1-yard run (R. Evans kick), 1:00 Third Quarter TCU - J. Boyce 54-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 14:09 Fourth Quarter TCU - J. Kerley 24-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 14:55 TCU - C. Pachall 8-yard run (R. Evans kick failed), 4:10

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

48

RUSHING TCU - Wesley 13-64; James 9-61; Dean 5-47; Dalton 6-30; Tucker 7-28; Fort 4-26; Pachall 2-18; Kerley 1-5; Hicks 1-0; Team 4-(-6). UNLV - Cornett 11-26; Purvis 7-24; Clayton 4-14; Trotter 2-5. PASSING TCU - Dalton 16-23-0-252; Pachall 1-2-0-5. UNLV - Clayton 15-29-2-128; Herring 0-2-0-0; Lamers 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING TCU - Kerley 5-82; Young 4-43; Boyce 2-64; Tucker 2-21; B. Johnson 1-29; Wesley 1-8; Dawson 1-5; Hicks 1-5. UNLV - M. Johnson 7-67; Payne 2-27; Cornett 2-9; Vidal 2-7; Knutson 1-16; Watkins 1-2.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


NOV. 6, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 46,522 RICE-ECCLES STADIUM • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

#3 TCU

NOV. 13, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 45,694 AMON G. CARTER STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS

47

#5 UTAH

SAN DIEGO STATE

2 0 10 G A M E- B Y- G A M E R E C A P S NOV. 27, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 18,640 UNIVERSITY STADIUM • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.

35

7

#3 TCU 40

SALT LAKE CITY - Andy Dalton passed for a careerhigh 355 yards and three touchdowns and No. 3 TCU looked every bit like a team worthy of busting into the BCS championship game with a 47-7 demolition of No. 5 Utah. Jeremy Kerley threw a TD pass as the Horned Frogs jumped out to an early 20-0 lead, quieting a sellout crowd clad almost entirely in black. By halftime, the Horned Frogs had outgained Utah 32872 en route to a 23-0 lead. The loss snapped Utah’s 21-game home winning streak. Dalton found Josh Boyce for a 26-yard TD pass on the opening drive, then came back to Boyce eight minutes later with a 93-yard scoring strike, the third-longest offensive play in TCU history. Utah struggled to get anything going against TCU’s No. 1-ranked defense, finishing with only 199 total yards.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Andy Dalton threw for 240 yards and four touchdowns, three to fellow senior Jeremy Kerley, as TCU rallied from an early two-touchdown deficit and then held on for a 40-35 victory against San Diego State in its home finale. San Diego State was held to one first down in the opening 42 minutes, on a flea flicker on the game’s second play from scrimmage, and three first downs through three quarters. The Horned Frogs more than doubled the Aztecs in time of possession. TCU featured two players with 100-plus yards rushing in Matthew Tucker (131) and Waymon James (102).

SCORE BY QUARTERS TCU UTAH

1 2 3 4 F 20 3 14 10 47 0 0 0 7 7

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter TCU - J. Boyce 26-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 10:14 TCU - J. Boyce 93-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 2:11 TCU - B. Johnson 26-yard pass from J. Kerley (R. Evans kick failed), 0:25 Second Quarter TCU - R. Evans 24-yard field goal, 7:55 Third Quarter TCU - E. Wesley 4-yard run (R. Evans kick), 14:20 TCU - J. Young 11-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 5:33 Fourth Quarter TCU - R. Evans 23-yard field goal, 14:49 Utah - M. Asiata 19-yard pass from J. Wynn (J. Phillips kick), 11:12 TCU - W. James 25-yard run (R. Evans kick), 4:58

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU UTAH 23 11 45-177 17-51 381 148 22-27-0 16-35-2 72-558 52-199 1-4-0 1-10-0 0-0-0 7-161-0 2-55-0 0-0-0 3-42.7 8-43.4 4-1 2-2 3-30 3-22 39:06 20:54 10-of-15 3-of-13 0-of-0 0-of-0 1-7 0-0

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING TCU - James 11-64; Wesley 12-50; Tucker 9-32; Dean 4-22; Dalton 5-14; Pachall 3-0; Kerley 1-(-5). UTAH - Wide 9-32; Asiata 6-27; Wynn 2-(-8). PASSING TCU - Dalton 21-26-0-355; Kerley 1-1-0-26. UTAH - Wynn 16-35-2-148. RECEIVING TCU - Kerley 7-68; Young 5-84; Boyce 3-126; B. Johnson 2-33; Dawson 1-24; L. Brock 1-23; Tucker 1-11; Hicks 1-7; Wesley 1-5. UTAH - Christopher 6-73; Asiata 5-28; Brooks 2-9; Moeai 1-23; Smithson 1-9; Wide 1-6.

SCORE BY QUARTERS SAN DIEGO STATE TCU

1 2 3 4 F 14 0 7 14 35 13 21 3 3 40

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter SDSU - B. Sullivan 1-yard run (A. Perez kick), 12:05 SDSU - J. Long 0-yard fumble recovery (A. Perez kick), 9:16 TCU - J. Kerley 38-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 3:43 TCU - L. Brock 15-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick failed), 0:32 Second Quarter TCU - W. James 9-yard run (R. Evans kick), 6:39 TCU - J. Kerley 9-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 2:10 TCU - J. Kerley 4-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 0:24 Third Quarter TCU - R. Evans 36-yard field goal, 9:32 SDSU - B. Sullivan 1-yard run (A. Perez kick), 1:01 Fourth Quarter TCU - R. Evans 31-yard field goal, 13:06 SDSU - V. Brown 33-yard pass from R. Lindley (A. Perez kick), 6:43 SDSU - V. Brown 35-yard pass from R. Lindley (A. Perez kick), 4:50

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

SDSU TCU 7 27 21-38 54-226 262 240 11-26-2 21-36-1 47-300 90-466 2-33-0 6-92-0 7-111-0 4-113-0 1-0-0 2-29-0 9-40.1 5-39.8 0-0 2-1 6-46 6-45 19:09 40:51 2-of-11 7-of-18 0-of-0 1-of-1 2-17 3-23

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

#4 TCU

66

NEW MEXICO

17

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Andy Dalton threw three touchdown passes as TCU capped its second straight undefeated regular season with another Mountain West championship. Fullback Luke Shivers scored twice on short runs and reserve quarterback Casey Pachall passed for one TD and ran for another. The Horned Frogs had their highest scoring output of the season, outperforming a 62-7 win over Tennessee Tech on Sept. 11. TCU scored five unanswered TDs in the second half to pull away from a 31-17 halftime margin. TCU set single-season school records with 70 TDs and 520 points, the third straight year with a new mark in each category. SCORE BY QUARTERS TCU NEW MEXICO

1 2 3 4 F 24 7 21 14 66 7 10 0 0 17

SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter TCU - A. Hicks 14-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 13:48 TCU - W. James 38-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 9:32 TCU - J. Young 45-yard pass from A. Dalton (R. Evans kick), 6:38 UNM - S. Godfrey 1-yard run (Aho kick), 3:20 TCU - R. Evans 19-yard field goal, 0:00 Second Quarter TCU - L. Shivers 2-yard run (R. Evans kick), 14:25 UNM - J. Aho 27-yard field goal, 9:42 UNM - S. Godfrey 1-yard run, 8:57 Third Quarter TCU - C. Pachall 8-yard run (R. Evans kick), 8:05 TCU - L. Brock 21-yard pass from C. Pachall (R. Evans kick), 6:19 TCU - L. Shivers 1-yard run (R. Evans kick), 4:26 Fourth Quarter TCU - M. Tucker 1-yard run (R. Evans kick), 13:30 TCU - A. Dean 5-yard run (R. Evans kick), 8:129

TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Punt Returns-Yards-TDs Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs Interception Returns-Yards-TDs Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

TCU UNM 24 9 50-293 40-96 210 34 13-23-0 9-21-1 73-503 61-130 7-140-0 1-12-0 3-90-0 10-224-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 4-47.2 10-42.5 2-2 5-2 10-73 4-49 31:08 28:52 5-of-12 1-of-14 1-of-1 1-of-1 1-1 2-17

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING SDSU - Hillman 13-54; Kazee 1-6; Sullivan 3-2; Team 1-(-1); Lindley 3-(-23). TCU - Tucker 22-131; James 23-102; Wesley 1-0; Kerley 1-(-2); Team 1-(-2); Dalton 6-(-3).

RUSHING TCU - Wesley 11-77; James 7-55; Dean 7-55; Tucker 9-53; Pachall 5-31; Fort 6-26; Shivers 3-3; Hicks 1-1; Dalton 1-(-8). UNM - Carrier 10-39; Wright 9-29; Godfrey 19-27; Austin 2-1.

PASSING SDSU - Lindley 11-26-2-262. TCU - Dalton 21-36-1-240

PASSING TCU - Dalton 9-14-0-156; Pachall 4-6-0-55; Gallegos 0-3-0-0. UNM - Godfrey 7-14-1-21; Holbrook 1-4-0-9; Austin 1-2-0-4; Scarlett 0-1-0-1.

RECEIVING SDSU - Brown 4-167; Sampson 4-42; Sullivan 2-53; A. Johnson 1-0. TCU - Kerley 8-85; B. Johnson 4-54; Young 4-44; Boyce 2-31; L. Brock 1-15; Dawson 1-7; James 1-4.

RECEIVING TCU - Boyce 3-50; Young 2-54; James 2-46; Hicks 2-26; L.Brock 1-21; Wesley 1-10; B. Johnson 1-4; Dawson 1-(-1). UNM - Solomon 3-15; Kirk 2-3; Wilhelm 1-9; A. Aho 1-9; Wright 1-0; Fussell 1-(-2).

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

2 0 10 S E A S O N R E V I E W

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

75


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

B O W L H I ST O RY 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 foot­ ball team, was skep­ti­cal that TCU’s 3 to 2 vic­ to­ ry in the Sug­ ar Bowl game was a con­clu­sive test of the squads. “My con­clu­sion of the game was that the slippery field elim­in ­ at­ed 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 stur­ dy de­ fense that piled up the Marquette Golden Av­ a­lanche, 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

Attendance — 35,000

TCU 16, MARQUETTE 6

0 3 0 0 — 3 0 2 0 0 — 2

TEAM STATISTICS

First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-yards

TCU LSU 6 9 49-121 45-120 54 59 31 42 8-3-1 21-3-3 14-46.0 13-44.7 2-1 3-2 4-20 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.

76

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 3, LSU 2 TCU LSU

NEW ORLEANS, La. — It was with pow­ er, passes and kick­ing that the Chris­tians made the two touch­ downs and one field goal that en­ abled them to win, 15-7. Carnegie’s most consis­ tent method of at­ tack 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.

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

0 0

TCU 15, CARNEGIE TECH 7 — —

16 6

TCU MU 16 10 34-169 32-55 149 134 81 109 20-9-3 21-11-3 4-32.5 6-39.5 1-0 1-0 5-35 3-25

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.

TCU Carnegie Tech

Attendance — 50,000

0 0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost

6 7

6 0

3 0

— —

15 7

TCU CT 17 8 39-141 41-109 224 59 36 0 28-17-0 88-33-2 1-40.0 6-42.0 2-2 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

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


B O W L H I S TO R Y 1942 ORANGE BOWL

Georgia 40, TCU 26 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1942 MIAMI, Fla. — In the wildest, weird­ est foot­ ball battle ever waged in this cor­ner of the coun­ try, the Geor­gia Bull­dogs outscored the cou­ ra­ 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

1945 COTTON BOWL

Oklahoma A&M 34, TCU 0 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1945 DALLAS — With speed, spirit and spiraling pass­ es, the Cow­ boys of Okla­ho­ma A&M com­ plete­ ly out-classed the TCU Horned Frogs in the ninth annual Cot­ton Bowl football game here this crys­ tal clear New Year’s af­ ter­ noon 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 foot­ball throw­ing expected of him. In just five min­ utes his rifle arm ac­ count­ ed for two touch­downs as the Con­ fed­er­ates bested the Chris­ tians, 13-9, in the first Delta Bowl game.

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

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 14 7 0 — 40 7 0 7 12 — 26

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties

TCU UGA 7 12 31-56 47-188 143 282 23-9-6 23-12-4 7-36.6 4-21.0 3-0 3-2 3-0 3-2 1-15 8-59

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Gillespie 10-35, Sparks 3-18, Conway 3-10, Bierman 2-7, Nix 1-6, Ramsey 1-1, Kring 1-1, Medanich 6-minus 5, Brumbaugh 1-minus 7, Bagley 3-minus 10. UGA — Sinkwich 22-112, Todd 6-38, Keuper 8-18, Davis 3-10, Bray 2-5. Passing TCU — Gillespie 5-11-2, 93 yards, Ramsey 1-1-0, 17 yards, Nix 2-8-3, 25 yards, Kring 1-1-0, 8 yards, Bagley 0-1-1, Montgomery 0-1-0. UGA — Sinkwich 9-11-2, 234 yards, Todd 3-12-2, 48 yards. Receiving TCU — Alford 4-57, Kring 1-53, Bierman 1-12, Hall 1-8, Gillespie 1-8, Taylor 1-5. UGA — Davis 4-70, Kimsey 3-74, Conger 2-98, Keuper 2-26.

OKLAHOMA A&M 34, TCU 0 Oklahoma A&M TCU

Attendance — 37,500

14 0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

0 0

7 0

13 0

MISSISSIPPI 13, TCU 9 — 34 — 0

TCU A&M 5 20 27-74 60-295 31 199 26 82 10-3-3 17-9-1 8-34.0 6-31.0 2-1 1-1 5-25 7-75

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Mississippi TCU

Attendance — 28,600

0 0 0 13 — 13 0 9 0 0 — 9

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU MISS 15 15 46-141 35-111 55 186 73 23 11-6-2 30-12-4 5-42.8 3-40.6 2-2 1-1 5-45 7-35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Ruff 7-35, Mason 8-26, Busby 1-12, Cox 1-4, Jackson 3-4, Hadaway 7-minus 7. A&M — Spavital 18-120, Fenimore 16-63, Hankins 9-57, Thomas 7-25, Creager 5-16, Stafford 2-7, Conner 1-6, Moore 1-3, Karraker 1-minus 2.

Rushing TCU — Stout 15-73, McKelvey 7-26, Barry 19-20, Knox 2-17, Browning 1-7, Joslin 1-1, Bloxom 1-minus 3. MISS — Salmon 6-48, Harrell 6-18, Jenkins 5-17, Bowen 6-16, Stalling 1-9, Conerly 10-(-1).

Passing TCU — Hadaway 3-6-1, 31 yards, Cox 0-3-1, Busby 0-1-1. A&M — Fenimore 6-13-1, 136 yards, Thomas 2-2-0, 54 yards, Creager 1-2-0, 9 yards.

Passing TCU — Berry 3-5-1, 32 yards, Stout 2-4-0, 17 yards, Knox 1-2-1, 6 yards. MISS — Conerly 12-28-3, 186 yards, Wilson 0-2-1.

Receiving TCU — Jackson 1-34, Ruff 1-minus 1, Gaxxen 1-minus-2. A&M — Hankins 4-103, Creager 2-54, Moore 1-17, Armstrong 1-16, Thomas 1-9.

Receiving TCU — Bailey 3-23, Stout 1-13, Kilman 1-13, Boal 1-6. MISS — Johnson 3-79, Howell 2-25, Salmon 2-23, Bowen 2-20, Poole 1-22, Harper 1-9, Odom 1-8.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

77


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

B O W L H I ST O RY 1952 COTTON BOWL

Kentucky 20, TCU 7 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1952

1956 COTTON BOWL

Mississippi 14, TCU 13 ­­­∙ Jan. 2, 1956

DALLAS — TCU, dis­ tress­ing­ly flat except for one mag­nif­i­cent minuteand-half surge late in the third quarter, suc­ceed­ed only in making it a mas­ terpiece of frustration. And so the four-timesbeat­en Wild­cats from the Blue­grass State thor­ ough­ ly trounced the South­west Con­fer­ence cham­pi­ons before a capacity throng of 75,349 ... 20-7. Ken­tucky scored on two surges of 52 and 57 yards in the first and second quarters to post its 13-0 halftime lead.

DALLAS — The Uni­ver­ si­ty of Mis­sis­sip­pi Rebels, cham­pi­ons of the South­ east­ern Con­fer­ence, spot­ted the TCU Horned Frogs, cham­pi­ons of the South­west Con­fer­ ence, 13 points in the 20th annual Cotton Bowl football game be­ fore 75,000 spectators here this warm and sun­ ny Mon­day af­ter­noon and then swung back to win by the margin of a single point, 14-13 ... (TCU) ac­tu­al­ly lost the game for being in motion on a conversion effort.

Frogs, who had bogged down once on the four, wasted another 59-yard push to the 24 early in the second quarter. Here, Clark in­ter­cept­ed a Mal Fowler pass returned to the Kentucky 43 and the Wildcats tromped on from here for 57 yards and another touch­down in 11 plays ... TCU made its 48-yard move to the five after this and came back later in the quarter with its 51-yard march to the one all for nothing ... (Gilbert) Bartosh drew his first chance of the game ... Here Bartosh called a direct snap — back Bobby Jack Floyd went 43 yards for touchdown on the longest run of the day.

They made the 14th point on the first try, but because a player was in motion, they had to try again from five yards farther back, and missed. They probably lost the game on the opening kickoff when quarterback Chuck Curtis made the mistake of re­ceiv­ing and run­ning with the ball. He was so badly injured when tackled that he never returned to action ... In spite of the handicap, the Horned Frogs scored a touch­down in the first quarter and count­ed in the second to lead 13-0 before the Rebels got their first touchdown to make it 13-7 at the half ... Mississippi won the game in the 11th minute of the fourth quarter ... Billy Lott scored on a five-yard gallop around his right wing. The Rebs’ winning move traveled exactly the same distance as their first touchdown pa­rade: 66 yards ... The Frogs went 44 and 75 yards for their touch­downs.

Against the wind in the fourth Bartosh guided the Frogs 40 yards ... The TCU com­mand sent in McKown to punt and he obliged with his neat kick-out on the 8. But here, where holding ’em was imperative for TCU, Tom Fillion broke loose for 17 yards on a third-down-seven-to-go-play ... Ken­tucky held the ball, put TCU in the hole with the kick and Bartosh was spilled for losses.

1957 COTTON BOWL

TCU 28, Syracuse 27 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1957 DALLAS — Harold Pollard’s four-for-four con­ver­sions and the block­ing of Syr­a­cuse’s third point-af­ter-touch­ down at­tempt by (Chico) Mendoza pro­duced a 2827 Cotton Bowl victory for TCU after 18 years of wait­ ing. The Frogs had dropped five suc­ces­sive bowl ap­pear­anc­es and had not recorded a postseason triumph since 1939. It was a moving of­fen­sive show all the way with the TCU passing providing a balance Syracuse couldn’t stop and the Saltine Warriors riding pow­er­ful­ly on a running game spear­head­ed by the All-America halfback, Jim Brown. He gained 132 yards and was voted the game’s out­stand­ing back. The Frogs’ AllAmerican tackle, Norman Hamilton, was the one defender who came nearest to stop­ping Brown con­sis­tent­ly and he was chosen as the game’s out­stand­ing lineman. Syr­a­cuse scored in the last two min­utes to give the game its touch of such hair-breadth close­ness. For much of the afternoon it was TCU’s game and a couple of times seemed on the verge of turning decisive. There was a unique twist to the first-half scoring in that each team intercepted passes and then drove 70 yards to score and each recovered fumbles and pushed out short yardage for the second touchdowns. – Fort Worth Star-Telegram

– Fort Worth Star-Telegram

– Fort Worth Star-Telegram

KENTUCKY 20, TCU 7 Kentucky TCU

Attendance — 75,349

MISSISSIPPI 14, TCU 13

7 6 0 7 — 20 0 0 7 0 — 7

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU UK 15 13 48-201 54-213 99 8 10 70 17-5-1 20-8-1 5-40.8 6-34.6 2-1 0-0 7-32 6-40

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Floyd 14-115, McKown 16-42, Ray 4-19, Doty 3-14, Bartosh 6-7, Medanich 3-5, Fowler 1-2, Harville 1-minus 3. UK — Fillion 10-73, Jones 11-42, Gruner 11-39, Parilli 8-22, Hamilton 3-14, Jones 3-9, Felch 4-6, Clark 3-6. Passing TCU — McKown 1-8-0, 51 yards, Bartosh 2-5-0, 26 yards, Fowler 2-4-1, 22 yards. UK — Parilli 8-20-1, 85 yards. Receiving TCU — Medanich 3-43, Vaught 1-51, Floyd 1-5. UK — Meilinger 3-61, Ck 2-17, Fillion 2-11.

78

Mississippi TCU

Attendance — 75,000

0 7 0 7 — 14 7 6 0 0 — 13

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU MISS 11 12 54-233 36-92 20 137 55 35 5-2-2 21-10-2 5-29.0 6-42.7 2-1 1-1 8-80 6-80

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Swink 19-107, Taylor 10-76, Hallbeck 12-33, Shofner 2-7, Finney 9-5, Wineburg 1-4, Pollard 1-1. MISS — Cothren 12-79, Lott 2-7, Kinard 3-5, Day 13-3, Blair 6-minus 2. Passing TCU — Finney 1-3-2, 13 yards, Wineburg 1-1-0, 7 yards, Swink 0-1-0. MISS — Day 10-21-0, 137 yards. Receiving TCU — Williams 1-13, Nickel 1-7. MISS — Kinard 6-83, Cothren 2-19, Blair 1-28, Baker 1-7.

TCU 28, SYRACUSE 27 TCU Syracuse

Attendance – 68,000

7 7 7 7 — 28 0 14 0 13 — 27

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU SU 15 16 56-133 53-235 204 62 3 5 16-13-0 7-3-1 4-37.5 2-46.5 3-2 3-3 4-40 1-5

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Dike 11-54, Swink 12-41, Wineburg 6-17, Hallbeck 13-13, Curtis 3-11, Miller 1-6, Shofner 4-5, Vacek 1-4, Finney 4-minus 18. SU — Brown 26-132, Cann 8-28, Ridlon 5-22, Zimmerman 4-21, Kuczala 3-14, Coffin 3-8, Jackson 2-4, Ackley 2-2. Passing TCU — Curtis 12-15-0, 176 yards, Miller 1-1-0, 28 yards. SU — Zimmerman 1-3-0, 27 yards, Brown 1-2-1, 20 yards, Ridlon 1-2-0, 15 yards. Receiving TCU — Swink 4-60, Nikkel 3-57, Williams 2-37, Vacek 1-28, Shofner 2-16, Wineburg 1-6. SU — Ridlon 2-47, Massey 1-15.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


B O W L H I S TO R Y 1959 COTTON BOWL

1959 BLUEBONNET BOWL

1965 SUN BOWL

TCU 0, Air Force 0 ­­­∙ Jan. 1, 1959

Clemson 23, TCU 7 ­­­∙ Dec. 19, 1959

Texas Western 13, TCU 12 ­­­∙ Dec. 19, 1965

DALLAS — The gen­ tle­ men operating the scoreboard had the easiest occupation in all land as the South­ west Con­fer­ence champions (TCU) and the future gen­ er­als (Air Force Academy) from Col­o­rado Springs played the sec­ ond 0-0 dead­ lock in the 23year history of the New Year’s Day clas­ sic ... It was the fourth tie game ever unreeled before a Cotton Bowl assemblage ... It was a dis­ap­point­ing final for both clubs. The Horned Frogs took the field bearing an 8-2 record. The Falcons were unbeaten in 10 games and had their season immaculate but for a tie with Iowa. The Frogs fum­bled the ball on eight occasions and on three of these wasted possession. One of these came early in the final period and surely tried the composure of Coach Abe Martin as he saw the Falcons reclaim a bobble just eight steps from the Air Force Academy’s end zone.

HOUSTON — The Frogs were drowned, 23-7, by a dead­ ly sprin­ kle of Clemson pass­ es in a sev­en-minute pe­ri­od of the final quarter ... The sud­ den Clemson scor­ ing flood washed away a 7-3 lead TCU carried into the fatal final period. A narrow margin, but one that, at the time, appeared enough to send the luckless Tigers down to their fourth straight bowl defeat ... Neither team had threat­ened se­ri­ ous­ly after Clemson’s second quar­ter 22-yard field goal by Lon Armstrong, and TCU’s lone touch­down, a 19-yard pass from Jack Redding to Harry Moreland with 5:45 left in the first half. Clemson had completed only one gaining pass all af­ter­noon, that a 5-yard throw from Tiger quar­ter­back Harvey White.

EL PASO, Texas. — The Min­ ers sulked off the field with a 10-point deficit at the in­ ter­ mis­ sion, but then pumped up Billy Stevens’ arm and Joe Cook’s foot and even­tu­al­ly de­flat­ed the Frogs, 13-12. Stevens, who gained sec­ ond rank among the nation’s passers this season, proved his stardom to TCU by racking up 208 yards on 21 pass completions, the most ever against an Abe Martin team. The skinny sophomore had only seven strikes in the first half as the ball-con­trol­ling Frogs rammed into a 10-0 lead. Stevens made the 31st annual post season game a vastly different story in the second half.

The field, covered by tarpaulin during the snow fall earlier in the week, was damp and contributed to the uneasy handling of the ball. The visiting Falcons also had difficulty retaining the sphere and lost control on three of their five fumbles. Jack Spikes attempted both of TCU’s field goals, the first early in the opening period ... The Airmen offered their severest threat midway of the second quarter ... It was here that the Frog line gave its best performance, restraining the Silver and Blue on the six, the spot from where George Pupich missed a field goal.

White must have spotted the silver lining in the gath­er­ing dark­ness for Tiger hopes. He took plenty of time behind the mam­moth line and arched a long, high shot toward right end Gary Barnes, racing past TCU’s Larry Dawson at the Frog 35. Armstrong added the extra point ... Two plays after the kickoff, Armstrong las­soed a pass from TCU quar­ ter­back Donald George ... From there, Lowndes Shingler, over­whelm­ing­ly voted out­stand­ing back, came back to guide the Tigers for the final slap on the cheek to a proud TCU team which had gained wide respect as the class of the Southwest Con­fer­ence, winning seven games to finish in a 3-way tie for the title.

– Fort Worth Star-Telegram

– The Dallas Morning News

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

Stevens shot a 34-yard touchdown pass to 165-pound flanker Chuck Hughes and a star­tling comeback was be­ gun ... The Miners drove 70 yards for a tying 21-yard field goal by Cook... Texas Western, a raging de­fen­sive team by this time, hopped on a TCU fumble at the Frog 29. Cook kicked an 18-yard three-pointer FG four plays deep in the final period to boot the Miners into a 13-10 cushion. TCU’s final two points were a gift. With 43 seconds left in the game ... The Miner quarterback raced back in his end zone for a safety ... The Frogs got their last chance. They could get only eight yards before the clock ran out. Although Stevens won the great air race in the end, TCU’s senior quar­ter­back, Kent Nix got a head start. David Smith hauling in Nix’s 11-yard pass for the score ... The Frogs had another scoring op­por­tu­ni­ty in the first period ... (Bruce) Alford missed a kick from the 28. – Fort Worth Star-Tele­gram

TCU 0, AIR FORCE 0 TCU Air Force

Attendance – 75,504

0 0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

0 0

0 0

CLEMSON 23, TCU 7 0 0

— —

0 0

TCU AFA 9 13 48-190 45-140 37 91 59 35 11-3-0 23-12-2 9-38.8 7-38.1 8-3 5-3 8-61 3-15

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Clemson TCU

Attendance – 55,000

0 3 0 20 — 23 0 7 0 0 — 7

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU CU 12 16 39-89 54-203 70 103 10 61 17-7-4 13-6-1 5-32.0 3-37.0 1-0 3-1 5-35 3-23

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Spikes 17-108, Moreland 3-35, Harris 7-24, Terrell 3-15, Lasater 4-15, Priddy 3-6, Dawson 5-4, Vacek 1-3, Gault 1-3, Enis 4-minus 23. AFA — Galios 13-52, Quinlan 7-33, Lane 5-16, Pupich 7-12, Mayo 4-3.

Rushing TCU — Spikes 11-33, Harris 8-29, Priddy 3-17, Moreland 7-17, Sledge 1-11, Lasater 3-5, Reding 1-3, Terrell 1-1, Dawson 2-minus 5. CU — Shingler 3-65, Daigeneault 12-50, Cline 9-33, Mathis 6-21, Scrudato 8-21, Usry 9-14, Pavilack 2-1.

Passing TCU — Lasater 1-1-0, 37 yards, Enis 2-8-0, 0 yards, Dawson 0-2-0. AFA — 9-19-2, 70 yards, Rosane 1-2-0, 14 yards, Kuenzel 2-2-0, 7 yards.

Passing TCU — George 3-7-2, 37 yards, Reding 1-2-0, 19 yards, Sledge 1-3-1, 10 yards, Dawson 2-4-1, 4 yards, Lasater 0-1-0. CU — White 4-9-1, 69 yards, Shingler 2-4-0, 24 yards.

Receiving TCU — Meyer 1-37, Gilmore 1-5, Harris 1-minus 5. AFA — Lane 4-27, Rodgers 2-17, Jozwiak 2-11, Rickey 1-19, Quinlan 1-10.

Receiving TCU — Moreland 2-37, Harris 2-17, Meger 1-14, Reding 1-5, Dodson 1-minus 3. CU — Usry 2-5, Barnes 1-17 .

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

TEXAS WESTERN 13, TCU 12 Texas Western TCU Attendance – 27,450

0 0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

0 10

10 0

3 2

— —

13 12

TCU TWU 18 14 49-100 24-12 157 202 42 72 28-15-3 34-21-3 4-48.5 5-39.0 4-3 2-0 5-35 3-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Post 22-76, Landon 15-28, Smith 5-0, Nix 7-minus 4. TWU — Davis 14-44, Harrell 1-9, Yarborough 1-1, Stevens 8-minus 42. Passing TCU — Nix 15-27-3, 157 yards, Landon 0-1-0. TWU — Stevens 21-34-3, 202 yards. Receiving TCU — Campbell 6-74, Smith 5-39, Ball 3-35, Post 1-9. TWU — Hughes 6-115, Wallace 6-26, Anderson 4-45, Yarborough 2-13, Harrell 1-13.

79


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

B O W L H I ST O RY 1984 BLUEBONNET BOWL

1994 INDEPENDENCE BOWL

HOUSTON — What had promise of being the ex­cit­ing fin­ish to an “unbelievable” season turned clos­ er to a nightmare ... at least un­til TCU’s dramatic, fourthquarter come­back restored some de­gree of re­spect to the out­come in the 25th edition of the Blue­b­on­net Bowl. The final score was West Virginia 31, TCU 14. But for the Horned Frogs there were lots of dips and swerves along the way. For starters, a 21-point West Virginia blitz during a 14-minute span of the first half had some­what of a sobering effect on the Purples. So did the loss of All-American running back Kenneth Davis, to a knee injury, in the early moments of the postseason classic.

SHREVEPORT, La. — A de­cade slipped by before TCU’s Horned Frogs re­ sur­faced from obliv­i­on into the post-season... The Frogs most­ly slipped however, as they trudged and muddied them­selves on the rain-drenched field of In­de­pen­dence Stadium... Some 27,242 fans – a ma­ jor­ i­ ty of them TCU sup­port­ers – withstood the temp­ tation to stay home ... The view be­came pains­tak­ing­ly clear no mat­ter the van­tage point ... Vir­gin­ia proved too good for these up­start Frogs and captured its first bowl tri­umph in five attempts since 1987 with the 20-10 victory ... “We can’t use the field as an excuse in any way,” TCU coach Pat Sullivan said. “I couldn’t be more proud of our foot­ball team, but we weren’t quite good enough in a couple of ways.”

West Virginia 31, TCU 14 ­­­∙ Dec. 31, 1984

After being shoved up and down the field by the Mountaineers’ offense (355 yards), while countering with little punch themselves (148 yards) during the first 30 minutes, the Horned Frogs did make a contest of it after the in­ ter­ mis­ sion, scoring the only touchdown of the second half while mount­ing a couple of other drives which nearly resulted in points. Much of TCU’s second half turnaround was due to the passing arm of senior Anthony Gulley who finished with 150 yards passing in­clud­ing TD tosses to Dan Sharp and Keith Burnett. Senior re­ceiv­er James Maness caught five passes for 90 yards but was no match sta­tis­tical­ly for the six-catch, 152-yard performance of WVU light­ning bug. -Associated Press

1998 SUN BOWL

Virginia 20, TCU 10 ­­­∙ Dec. 28, 1994

TCU 28, USC 19 ­­­∙ Dec. 31, 1998

The 15th-ranked Cav­a­liers (9-3) dom­i­nat­ed at the point of attack, where so many games will be won or lost ... The Frogs and their South­west Con­fer­ence-leading offense, which av­er­aged 411.6 yards per game dur­ing the regular season, sus­tained nothing on this chilly, wet night. Vir­gin­ia, which en­tered the con­test with the na­tion’s No. 1-ranked defensive unit against the run, surrendered only 191 yards and 11 first downs to the Frogs. The running of junior tailback Andre Davis, who rushed for 97 yards on 24 carries, failed to provide enough offense on a night when (quarterback Max) Knake struggled. “The truth of it is I played terrible,” said Knake. “If I could have played better, there may have been a different outcome.”

EL PASO, Texas — With only six wins, many thought TCU was not worthy of a bowl appearance. But, the Horned Frogs proved their critics wrong in a big way. Basil Mitchell rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns on only 19 carries as TCU earned its first bowl victory in 41 years with a 28-19 win over USC in the 65th Sun Bowl. Quarterback Patrick Batteaux added 94 yards and two scores for TCU, which recorded its first post-season win since defeating Syracuse in the 1957 Cotton Bowl. TCU (7-5) dominated the line of scrimmage, rushing for 314 yards while holding USC to a Sun Bowl record minus-23, breaking by two yards the mark set by Florida State in 1951. The Trojans (8-5) also posted the lowest rushing total in school history, eclipsing the previous record of minus-11 yards against Iowa in 1976. Mitchell fell just short of Charles Alexander’s Sun Bowl rushing record of 197 yards. He opened the scoring with a three-yard run 7:07 into the first quarter. True freshman Carson Palmer completed 17-of-28 passes for a season-best 280 yards to rally USC. The Horned Frogs put away the game by chewing more than six minutes off the clock before pinning USC inside its 15 with less than two minutes remaining.

-Associated Press

WEST VIRGINIA 31, TCU 14 West Virginia TCU

Attendance — 46,000

VIRGINIA 20, TCU 10

14 17 0 0 — 31 0 7 0 7 — 14

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing Yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU WVU 15 23 44-92 49-200 187 302 26 42 12-22-1 17-31-1 6-47.5 4-37.0 2-2 2-2 2-15 5-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Jeffery 10-37, Gulley 13-34, Sciaraffa 6-22, Davis 6-19, Littles 1-6, Riddick 7-minus 6, Tatum 1-minus 20. WVU — Holifield 13-84, Wolfley 7-53, Gay 9-47, Randolph 6-25, Mullen 1-11, Peccon 7-8, Hill 2-6, White 4-minus 34. Passing TCU — Gulley 9-14-0, 150 yards, Sciaraffa 3-8-1, 37 yards. WVU — White 16-30-1, 280 yards, Mullen 1-1-0, 22 yards. Receiving TCU — Maness 5-90, Burnett 3-65, Sharp 3-29, Davis 1-3. WVU — Drewery 6-152, Wolfley 3-36, Bennett 2-16, Fish­er 2-17, Mullen 1-62.

80

-gofrogs.com

Virginia TCU

Attendance — 27,242

0 0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing Yards Passing Yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

10 3

10 0 — 0 7 — 10

TCU 28, USC 19 20

TCU UVA 11 20 32-126 52-237 65 199 25-8-2 23-14-1 8-37.3 4-38.5 2-1 1-0 6-39 9-66

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Davis 24-97, Knake 4-17. UVA — Brooks 17-114, Way 24-90, Barber 3-18. Passing TCU — Knake 24-8-1, 65 yards - 1 TD. UVA — Groh 23-14-2, 199 yards - 1 TD. Receiving TCU — Brasfield 2-11, Collins 2-14, A. Davis 2-9, Oliver 1-22, Washington 1-11. UVA — Jeffers 3-60, Neely 3-55, Barber 3-2, Allen 2-32.

USC TCU

Attendance – 46,612

0 3 13 3 — 19 14 7 7 0 — 28

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

USC TCU 12 18 21-(-23) 61-314 280 51 74 110 28-17-0 6-4-0 6-45.8 5-37.8 1-0 0-0 7-49 6-55

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing USC — Morton 11-18, Papadakis 3-5, Soward 1-1, Palmer 6-(-47). TCU — Mitchell 19-185, Batteaux 28-94, Tomlinson 12-30, Williams 2-5. Passing USC — Palmer 17-of-28, 280 yards, 0 INT, 1 TD. TCU — Batteaux 4-of-5, 51 yards, 0 INT, 0 TD; Tomlinson, 0-of-1, 0 yards. Receiving USC — Soward 6-64, Parker 4-104, Miller 3-67, Bastianelli 2-36, Morton 1-5, Harris 1-4. TCU — Tomlinson 1-25, Maiden 1-22, Williams 1-4, Mitchell 1-0.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


B O W L H I S TO R Y 1999 MOBILE ALABAMA BOWL

TCU 28, East Carolina 14 ­­­∙ Dec. 22, 1999 MOBILE, Ala. — LaDainian Tomlinson ran for 124 yards and two touchdowns to lead TCU to a 28-14 victory over No. 20 East Carolina in the inaugural Mobile Alabama Bowl. It was the second consecutive bowl upset for TCU (8-4). East Carolina (9-3) entered the game as six-point favorites. That didn’t bother the Horned Frogs, who completely shut down the Pirates’ running game, holding them to minus-16 yards.

2000 MOBILE ALABAMA BOWL

Southern Miss 28, TCU 21 ­­­∙ Dec. 20, 2000 MOBILE, Ala. — Jeff Kelly’s 28-yard touchdown pass to freshman Kenny Johnson with eight seconds left lifted Southern Miss to a 28-21 victory over No. 13 TCU in the Mobile Alabama Bowl. In the first major bowl game of the season, TCU tailback LaDainian Tomlinson ran for 118 yards, his lowest total of the season. The Heisman Trophy finalist carried 28 times and scored two TDs in the third quarter.

East Carolina went into the game focusing on stopping Tomlinson, whose 1,850 yards edged Heisman Trophy winner Ron Dayne for the NCAA Division I rushing title.

Southern Miss (8-4) got a second chance after a fourth missed field goal, and trusted their senior quarterback instead of the shaky kicking game.

TCU, which alternated between quarterbacks Casey Printers and Patrick Batteaux, made it impossible for the Pirates to adjust.

With 33 seconds left, they took over at the TCU 43-yard line after Mobile native Etric Pruitt got a hand on John Braziel’s punt. Kelly threw two incompletions, then scrambled 14 yards for a first down. On the next play, he lofted a perfect strike over the middle just above safety LaVar Veale’s outstretched arm, victimizing the nation’s top defense.

Early in the first quarter, Printers gained seven yards on an option run to move TCU to the 2. Batteaux, a senior who runs the option better than Printers, came in on the next play and pitched the ball to Tomlinson, who ran in for the touchdown. That tied the game at 7 and TCU slowly pulled away from there. East Carolina, which couldn’t run the ball at all against TCU, had to go to the air in the second half. It initially worked, but early in the fourth quarter, Russell Gary intercepted Garrard’s pass and returned it 32 yards for a touchdown. That gave TCU a 28-14 lead with 14:04 to play.

The Horned Frogs (10-2) endured a December coaching change and uncertainty over who would lead them into the game. In the end, former defensive coordinator Gary Patterson replaced Dennis Franchione on the sidelines. Franchione left for Alabama Dec. 1 and was initially expected to coach the bowl game. TCU officials decided late last week to allow the Patterson era to begin a season early.

2001 GALLERYFURNITURE.COM BOWL Texas A&M 28, TCU 9 ­­­∙ Dec. 28, 2001

HOUSTON — Byron Jones intercepted three passes in his first start and Joe Weber scored two touchdowns, helping Texas A&M end a four-game bowl losing streak with a 28-9 victory over TCU (6-6) in the galleryfurniture .com Bowl.

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

The Aggies (8-4) beat their former Southwest Conference rivals for the 24th straight time. Weber, voted offensive player of the game, broke a 7-7 second-quarter tie with a 2-yard touchdown run and added a 14-yard run that put the Aggies in control with 1:14 left in the third quarter. TCU’s Casey Printers was intercepted four times. Jones earned MVP honors and also was the defensive player of the game with three tackles. Starting in place of injured Sean Weston, Jones had only two broken-up passes on his defensive chart in 11 games before he returned his first interception 62 yards in the first quarter to the Frog 35. The Aggies couldn’t score on that chance but Jones had a 15-yard interception to the TCU 1-yard line in the second quarter, setting up Mark Farris’ quarterback keeper for the score. Charlie Owens scooped up a fumble by A&M running back Derek Farmer and returned it 89 yards for a TCU touchdown with four minutes left in the half for a 7-7 tie. It was the second longest fumble return in school history. -gofrogs.com

-gofrogs.com

– Associated Press

TCU 28, EAST CAROLINA 14 TCU ECU

Attendance – 34,200

7 14 0 7 — 28 7 0 7 0 — 14

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU ECU 16 12 50-186 26-(-16) 174 239 69 140 19-13-1 37-20-1 6-31.7 7-38.1 1-1 0-0 8-80 3-15

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Tomlinson 36-124, Batteaux 6-37, Printers 7-27, Layne 1-(-2). ECU — Henry 4-22, Wilson 9-16, Alston 1-(-7), Stokes 2-(-14), Garrard 10-(-33). Passing TCU — Printers 13-19-1, 174 yards, 1 TD. ECU — Garrard 19-35-1, 191 yards, 1 TD; Alston, 1-2-0, 48 yards. Receiving TCU — Tomlinson 4-29, Scarborough 2-49, Maiden 2-41, Dunbar 2-16, Batteaux 1-17, James 1-13, Brown 1-9. ECU — Wilson 8-23, Chappell 5-116, Powell 2-67, Stokes 2-9, Floyd 1-11, Henry 1-9, Burns 1-4.

SOUTHERN MISS 28, TCU 21 TCU Southern Miss

Attendance — 40,300

7 0 14 0 — 21 7 0 7 14 — 28

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU USM 16 15 43-150 36-158 115 159 132 100 10-22-2 11-23-0 6-33.3 4-40.5 2-0 0-0 8-68 5-35

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Tomlinson, 28-118, 2 TD, Layne 7-31, Printers 8-1. USM — Nance 16-104, Kelly 11-43, Woods 8-12, Team 1-(-1). Passing TCU — Printers, 10-22-2, 115 yards, 1 TD. USM — Kelly, 11-23-0, 159 yards, 3 TD. Receiving TCU — Brown 3-37, Layne 3-14, Dunbar 2-42, Maiden 2-22. USM — Handy 5-84, Garner 3-42, Johnson 1-29, Mills 1-7, Woods 1-(-3).

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

TEXAS A&M 28, TCU 9 TCU Texas A&M

Attendance — 53,480

0 7 0 2 — 9 0 14 7 7 — 28

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing Yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU A&M 11 17 24-(-26) 49-104 144 191 107 143 15-30-4 9-20-0 6-49.8 7-41.7 2-1 1-1 11-87 4-25

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Madison 11-29; Holts 3-9; Team 1-0; Dunbar 1-0; Printers 8- (-64). A&M — Weber 9-59 2 TD; Farmer 17-33; Flemming 5-16; Joseph 8-13; Goynes 2-2; Mangum 1-0; Team 1-(-1); Long 1-(-4); Farris 5-(-14). Passing TCU — Printers, 15-30-4, 144 yards, 0 TD. A&M — Farris, 9-19-0, 191 yards, 1 TD; Flemming 0-1, 0 yards; Long 0-0, 0 yards. Receiving TCU — Madise 7-65; Dunbar 4-36; Schobel 2-22; Williams 2-21. A&M — Carriger 2-57; Farmer 2-18; Weber 2-25; Jones 1-82 1 TD; Taylor 1-15; Porter 1-4.

81


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

B O W L H I ST O RY 2002 AXA LIBERTY BOWL

TCU 17, Colorado State 3 ­­­∙ Dec. 31, 2002 MEMPHIS, Tenn. — TCU figured out how to stop Colorado State standout Cecil Sapp after just two runs in the Liberty Bowl. Sapp reeled off big gains of 59 and 25 yards on the Rams’ first two possessions, but had 22 yards the rest of the game, and TCU tailback Ricky Madison stole the show with 111 yards rushing and a touchdown as the Horned Frogs beat No. 23 Colorado State 17-3 Tuesday. It was the Horned Frogs’ 500th victory in school history. Madison ran for 107 of his yards in the rainy second half as TCU’s offense came alive after a sloppy opening by both teams. In the first half, the teams combined for three lost fumbles, two interceptions, a missed field goal and an unsuccessful faked field goal. Their sloppy play made for the lowest scoring first half of a Liberty Bowl since Penn State led Tulane 6-0 in 1979. TCU (10-2) finally put together a seven-play, 62-yard scoring drive led by Lonta Hobbs in the closing minutes of the second quarter. The freshman ran for 39 yards in the drive, capped when Sean Stilley threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to LaTarence Dunbar with 1:21 remaining to put TCU up 7-0 at the break.

2003 PLAINSCAPITAL FORT WORTH BOWL

Boise State 34, TCU 31 ­­­∙ Dec. 22, 2003 FORT WORTH — Ryan Dinwiddie, who ended his career as the most efficient passer in college football, threw for 325 yards and three touchdowns to lead the No. 18 Broncos (13-1) to a 34-31 win Tuesday night over No. 19 TCU in the inaugural Fort Worth Bowl.

2005 EV1.NET HOUSTON BOWL

No. 14 TCU 27, Iowa State 24 ∙­­­ Dec. 31, 2005 HOUSTON — Peter LoCoco hit a 44-yard field goal with 5:25 left in the game to put TCU on top 27-24 and the Frogs’ defense held Iowa State in check on the ensuing drive for the victory at Reliant Stadium.

Their bowl win on TCU’s campus wasn’t secured until sophomore Mike Wynn was well short on a 51-yard field goal attempt, the first kick in his college career, with 7 seconds left. TCU (11-2) had its school-record 13-game home winning streak snapped. The Frogs had been in contention for a Bowl Championship Series spot until their only regularseason loss Nov. 20 and then turned down an invitation to last week’s GMAC Bowl because it conflicted with exams. Dinwiddie hit 19 of 35 passes with two interceptions, but his last touchdown was an 18-yarder to Derek Schouman for the winning score with 12:43 left. “I thought we beat them on both sides of the football. Three big plays beat us,” TCU coach Gary Patterson said. “There’s a reason they’ve won a lot of games.” – Associated Press

The TCU defense forced four Iowa State turnovers and Robert Merrill reached the century mark in rushing yards for the 10th time in his career as he ran for 109 yards on 11 carries with a touchdown to help lead the Frogs to the win. TCU scored on its opening two possessions for a 14-0 lead just 6:36 into the contest. The two touchdowns came in a 1:55 span. The Horned Frogs took the opening kickoff and drove 80 yards in 12 plays, capped by a 20-yard Merrill touchdown run. On the second play of Iowa State’s ensuing possession, Jeremy Modkins forced a fumble that was recovered by Drew Coleman, giving the Frogs possession at the Cyclone 21. Three plays later, an Aaron Brown 7-yard scoring run extended TCU’s lead to 14-0. Iowa State scored 17 points in a 4:30 stretch of the second quarter to take a 17-14 lead with 10:30 left in the first half. The Cyclones’ third turnover of the first half, a fumble recovery by David Roach, led to the Frogs going back on top. The first snap of TCU’s ensuing series saw Jeff Ballard connect on an 84-yard touchdown pass to Michael DePriest to give the Frogs a 21-17 lead with 4:05 left in the half.

The Rams were held to 89 yards rushing - compared with 197 for TCU - for their lowest total of the season. TCU also outgained Colorado State 338-149. – Associated Press

-gofrogs.com

TCU 17, COLORADO STATE 3 Colorado State TCU Attendance — 55,207

BOISE STATE 34, TCU 31

0 0 3 0 — 3 0 7 0 10 — 17

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

CSU TCU 8 19 31-89 52-197 50 141 111 71 6-28-3 16-28-1 8-36.9 8-36.6 5-3 2-1 7-49 9-70

Attendance — 38,028

14 10 7 0 — 31 7 17 3 7 — 34

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

TCU BSU 26 19 57-280 29-117 214 325 99 161 15-29-1 19-35-2 4-40.8 5-36.8 2-2 0-0 6-57 6-70

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Passing CSU — Van Pelt 4-19-1, 24 yards, 0 TD; Holland 2-8-2, 26 yards, 0 TD; Cuppari 0-1-0, 0 yards. TCU — Stilley 16-28, 141 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT. Rushing CSU — Sapp 19-106; Childs 1-0; Sanders 1-(-4); Van Pelt 9-(-6); Holland 1-(-7). TCU — Madison 19-111; Hobbs 20-77; Holts 3-13; Stilley 7-10; Dunbar 1-0; Team 2-(-14). Receiving CSU — Pittman 4-33; Dreessen 1-11; Cuppari 1-6. TCU — Dunbar 6-71; Hobbs 3-10; Madise 2-18; Williams 2-12; Madison 1-12; McCarty 1-9; Harrell 1-9.

82

TCU Boise State

TCU 27, IOWA STATE 24 TCU Iowa State

Attendance - 37,286

14 0

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties

10 17

0 7

3 0

- -

TCU ISU 21 12 46-135 25-34 275 254 87 15 21-33-1 20-33-2 7-37.4 8-42.1 2-2 2-2 14-134 6-51

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing TCU — Hobbs 23-117; Hassell 19-110; Merrill 8-26; Rodgers 3-14; DePriest 1-14; Hayter 1-2; Kummer 2-(-3). BSU — Mikell 16-101; Heck 6-11; Marks 3-7; Dinwiddie 2-0; Team 1-(-1); Bady 1-(-1).

Rushing TCU — Merrill 11-109, Brown 12-48, Massey 1-4, Rodgers 1-4, DePriest 1-2, Ballard 16-minus 13, Team 4-minus 19. ISU — Meyer 12-27, Coleman 3-9, Team 1-minus 1, Hicks 9-minus 1.

Passing TCU — Hassell 26-13-1-160; Kummer 2-2-0-54; McCarty 1-0-0-0. BSU — Dinwiddie 35-19-2-325.

Passing TCU — Ballard 21-33-1, 275 yards. ISU — Meyer 20-33-2, 254 yards.

Receiving TCU — Harrell 6-107; Rodgers 4-51; McCarty 2-2; Hobbs 1-45; Andrus 1-6; Harmon 1-3. BSU — Acree 8-150; Smith 3-21; Schouman 2-24; Carpenter 1-54; Gilligan 1-28; Bady 1-26; Mikell 1-10; Weldon 1-9; Heck 1-3.

27 24

Receiving TCU — Rodgers 4-46, Bryant 4-35, DePriest 3-97, Massey 3-11, Moore 2-34, Grimmett 2-18, Pearson 1-14, Hecht 1-12, Merrill 1-8. ISU — Blythe 5-105, Flynn 3-32, Barkema 3-24, Davis 3-15, Sumrall 2-41, Hicks 2-23, Nickel 2-14.

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S


B O W L H I S TO R Y 2006 SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION

POINSETTIA BOWL

#25 TCU 37, No. Illinois 7 ­­­∙ Dec. 19, 2006

2007 TEXAS BOWL

TCU 20, Houston 13 ­­­∙ Dec. 28, 2007

SAN DIEGO — Penned in by a bunch of tough Horned Frogs, Garrett Wolfe had nowhere to run.

HOUSTON — Justin Watts had scored exactly one touchdown in his career at TCU before the Texas Bowl.

The national rushing leader was held to 28 yards, a whopping 130 below his average, and No. 25 TCU won a Poinsettia Bowl mismatch against Northern Illinois 37-7.

TD No. 2 marked the goahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter to help TCU to a 20-13 win over Houston.

While Wolfe was repeatedly stuffed by one of the nation’s best defenses, led by end Tommy Blake, Horned Frogs quarterback Jeff Ballard ran for three touchdowns and threw for another. Ballard looked like more of a running back as he scored on runs of 10, 1 and 6 yards. He threw a 6-yard TD pass to tight end Brent Hecht and finished with 258 passing yards. TCU’s Lonta Hobbs rushed for 114 yards and one TD. Wolfe came in leading the nation with an average of 158.3 yards rushing and 178.9 all-purpose yards. The Horned Frogs, though, were fourth nationally in run defense after allowing only 67.6 yards per game. TCU kept alive its string of not allowing a 100-yard rusher, one of only four teams to do so this year. Wolfe, who carried 20 times, came dangerously close to his career-low of 24 yards set in his first game, the 2004 season opener. The Huskies had only five first downs and 60 yards of total offense, compared to 23 first downs and 456 yards for TCU. – Associated Press

2008 SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION

POINSETTIA BOWL

#11 TCU 17, #9 Boise State 16 ∙­­­ Dec. 23, 2008 SAN DIEGO — Joseph Turner dove into the end zone for the winning score, and LaDainian Tomlinson went nuts on the sideline.

HORNED FROG HISTORY

2 0 11 R O S E B O W L G A M E

It was a good night to be a Frog, current and past.

The junior wove through the defense and danced into the end zone for an 8-yard touchdown run that made it 17-10 and gave TCU (8-5) its first lead of the game against its old Southwest Conference rival. He and Ryan Christian split carries against Houston (8-5) after starter Joseph Turner injured his knee in the first quarter and didn’t return. Quarterback Andy Dalton also ran for a touchdown for TCU. Dalton was 21-of-30 for 249 yards with one interception. Watts and Christian combined for 88 yards rushing on 12 carries. A 15-yard leaping reception by Jimmy Young on third down kept the drive that ended in Watts’ touchdown going. Young outjumped Carson Blackmon to grab the ball and managed to keep his left leg in bounds as he landed. It was initially ruled an incomplete pass, but the call was overturned after a review by officials. The Cougars had a chance to tie it with less than 30 seconds to play but Case Keenum’s pass sailed just beyond the fingertips of Jeron Harvey in the end zone. He had two more shots at the end zone, but the ball fell short on the first one and Chase Ortiz hit him as he threw the second one to end the game.

Turner’s 17-yard run midway through the fourth quarter gave the No. 11 Horned Frogs their first lead of the night, during a 17-16 victory over No. 9 and previously undefeated Boise State in the Poinsettia Bowl. BSU was trying to finish 13-0 for the second time in three seasons. The Broncos took a 10-0 lead on Ian Johnson’s 20yard touchdown run midway through the first quarter, but their high-scoring offense bogged down against TCU’s fast, aggressive defense. TCU 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. 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. – Associated Press

-Associated Press

TCU 37, NORTHERN ILLINOIS 7 Northern Illinois TCU

Attendance - 29, 709

0 6

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties

0 0 10 14

7 7

- -

TCU 20, HOUSTON 13 7 37

NIU TCU 5 23 29-(-20) 46-198 80 258 122 127 6-19-1 19-29-0 9-40.6 6-27.3 1-0 2-0 0-0 7-80

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Houston TCU

Attendance — 62,097

7 3 0 3 — 13 0 7 3 10 — 20

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushing yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards

UH TCU 20 19 30-32 39-116 335 249 83 120 23-38-0 21-30-1 6-50.2 7-37.6 0-0 0-0 6-73 11-85

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

TCU 17, BOISE STATE 16 Boise State TCU

Attendance - 34,628

10 3 0 3 — 16 0 7 3 7 — 17

TEAM STATISTICS

First Downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties

BSU TCU 15 28 20-28 51-275 222 197 153 105 22-35-1 22-36-2 4-48.0 4-32.0 2-1 1-0 4-25 6-63

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing NIU — Wolfe 20-28, Anderson 3-4, Britt 1-(-4), Nicholson 5-(-48). TCU — Hobbs 18-109, Brown 14-52, Ballard 11-19, Massey 3-18.

Rushing UH — Alridge 15-29, Kohn 1-5, Ganaway 1-0, Keenum 13-(-2). TCU — Watts 12-46, 1 TD, Christian 12-42, Dalton 11-17, 1 TD, Turner 3-10, Dickerson 1-1.

Rushing BSU — Johnson 7-28, 1 TD, Harper 3-6, Perretta 5-4, Avery 2-1, Moore 2-(-10) TCU — Brown 14-102, 1 TD, Turner 16-84, 1 TD, Dalton 16-84, Kerley 4-10, Christian 1-6

Passing NIU — Nicholson 6-18-1, 80 yards, 0 TD. Morris 0-1-0. TCU — Ballard 19-29-0, 258 yards, 1 TD

Passing UH — Keenum, 23-38-0, 335 yards, 1 TD. TCU — Dalton, 21-31-1, 249 yards, 0 TD.

Passing BSU — Moore 22-35-1, 222 yards, 0 TD. TCU — Dalton 22-35-1, 197 yards, 0 TD, Kerley 0-1-1.

Receiving NIU — Carter 2-14, Wolfe 2-2, Simon 1-62, Davis 1-2. TCU — Harmon 6-94, Hobbs 3-61, Moore 2-26, Reagan 2-23, Bryant 2-20, Andrus 1-12, Brown 1-8, Massey 1-8, Hecht 1-6.

Receiving UH — Avery 10-120, McDaniel 5-55, Harvey 4-64, Kohn 1-67, 1 TD, Gilbert 1-16, Castile 1-9, Alridge 1-4. TCU — Dickerson 3-57, Bryant 3-56, Reagan 3-35, Christian 3-30, Kerley 3-15, B. Johnson 2-17, Young 1-15, Turner 1-12, Frosch 1-9, Watts 1-3.

Receiving BSU — Childs 7-61, Pettis 4-64, Johnson 3-(-5), Perretta 2-78, Hawkins 2-10, Avery 1-6, Bissell 1-3, Brockel 1-3, Martin 1-1. TCU — Bryant 6-67, Christian 6-53, Young 5-62, Brown 2-(-3), Reagan 1-11, Clay 1-7, Turner 1-0.

B A C K-TO-B A C K B C S A P P E A R A N C E S

83


H2 0O10 R NTC E DU FFROOOTB G F AO LOTB L ALL HORNED FROG HISTORY

B O W L H I ST O RY JAN. 4, 2010 • ATTENDANCE: 73,227 UNIV. OF PHOENIX STADIUM • GLENDALE, ARIZ.

No. 6 BOISE STATE

17

No. 3 TCU 10 SCORE BY QUARTERS BOISE STATE TCU

1 2 3 4 F 7 3 0 7 17 0 7 3 0 10

SCORING SUMMARY

First Quarter BSU - Thompson, Brandon 51-yard interception return, (Brotzman kick), 11:28 Second Quarter BSU - Brotzman, Kyle 40-yard field goal, 8:02 TCU - Clay, Curtis 30-yard pass from Dalton, Andy (Evans kick), 0:49 Third Quarter TCU - Evans, Ross 29-yard field goal, 3:42 Fourth Quarter BSU - Martin, Doug 2-yard run, (Brotzman kick), 7:21

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BSU - Martin 16-42; Avery 12-20; Young 3-16; Ke. Moore 1-(-1). TCU - Turner 7-22; Tucker 1-9; Wesley 2-8; Jackson 1-7; Dalton 9 (-10). PASSING BSU - Ke. Moore 23-39-0-211; Brotzman 1-1-0-29. TCU - Dalton 25-44-1-272. RECEIVING BSU - Young 8-72; Efaw 4-75; Ki. Moore 4-28; Potter 2-21; Burroughs 2-9; Gallarda 1-16; Avery 1-13; Pettis 1-5; Martin 1-1. TCU - Kerley 6-65; Christian 5-40; Young 4-68; Hicks 4-45; B. Johnson 3-12; Clay 2-39; Tucker 1-3.

GAME STATISTICS CATEGORY 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 16 17 32-77 36-20 240 272 24-40-0 25-44-3 72-317 64-308 0-0 0-0 4-41-0 5-76-0 3-54-0 4-77-0 3-66-1 0-0-0 8-44.4 8-48.4 1-1 2-0 7-70 7-53 34:43 25:17 6-of-18 1-of-12 2-of-2 0-of-1 2-3 1-1 2-11 0-0

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Boise State reached into its bag of tricks again and stunned TCU in a Fiesta Bowl duel of unbeaten BCS busters. After the Broncos pulled off a gutsy fake punt at their own 33-yard line, Doug Martin scored the decisive touchdown to give No. 6 Boise State a 17-10 victory over third-ranked TCU on Monday night. A 10-10 stalemate came alive when punter Kyle Brotzman hit wide-open Kyle Efaw with a 30-yard strike with about 9 minutes to play. Four plays later, Martin dove over a tackler from 2 yards out as the Broncos became the second school ever to go 14-0, joining Ohio State in 2002. The trickery evoked memories of Boise State’s BCS debut three years ago, when it pulled out a passel of gadget plays to defeat Oklahoma on the same field. Unlike that thriller, this game offered little drama until Petersen made another surprising call. The Broncos caught the Horned Frogs napping on the fake punt by Brotzman. Kellen Moore then completed three straight passes to advance to the 2, and Martin scored to put Boise State up 17-10 with 7:21 to go. TCU took over at its own 1 with 1:06 remaining and marched to the Boise State 30 before cornerback Brandyn Thompson disrupted a pass by Andy Dalton, and Winston Venable picked it off to end the threat.

Moore passed for 211 yards. Dalton finished with 272 yards and a score through the air, but was intercepted three times. Brotzman also made a 40-yard field goal midway through the second to make it 10-0, putting the Horned Frogs in the biggest hole they had faced all season. Some wondered whether the Broncos deserved a shot at the national title. On this night, they were just barely good enough to edge Mountain West champion TCU (121), snapping the Horned Frogs’ 14-game win streak. It was the first time two schools from conferences without automatic BCS bids have met in one of college football’s biggest bowls. But for long stretches TCU and Boise State played as if they belonged in the Poinsettia Bowl, site of TCU’s 17-16 victory over Boise State in December 2008. Neither team could muster an offensive touchdown until the final minute of the first half, when Dalton hit Curtis Clay for a 30-yard score to make it 10-7 at halftime. The Horned Frogs capitalized on Boise State’s first turnover to pull even midway through the third. The Broncos had moved into Horned Frogs territory when AllAmerican defensive end Jerry Hughes stripped Martin and recovered the ball at TCU’s 43-yard line. Eight plays later, Ross Evans kicked a 29-yard field goal to tie it at 10.

TCU GAME STARTERS Offense WR Hicks WR Young WR Christian WR Kerley RB Turner QB Dalton LT Newhouse LG Dooley C Kirkpatrick RG Vernon RT Cannon

84

Defense LE Hughes NT Griffin DT Grant RE Daniels SLB Washington MLB Carder SS Luttrell FS T. Johnson WS Ibiloye CB Sanders CB McCoy

B A C K-TO-B A C K M O U NTA I N W E ST C O N F E R E N C E C H A M P I O N S



2011 TCU Rose Bowl Guide