The following are photo's of TCU's game against Boise State on Tuesday night in San Diego.
Dalton completed 16-of-29 for 151 yards and three touchdowns
TCU vs. Colorado State (11-25-2006)
2008: Honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference as a return specialist ... ranked fifth in the nation with his 29.2-yard kickoff return average ... placeed second on TCU with 547 yards rushing, moving him into 10th place on the Horned Frogs' career list with 2,596 yards ... topped TCU with 1,188 all-purpose yards despite sitting out the opening three games due to a violation of university policy ... capped his career by leading TCU to a 17-16 win over previously-unbeaten Boise State in the Poinsettia Bowl with 102 yard rushing and one touchdown ... returned a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown against Wyoming for TCU's first kick return for a score since 2005 ... also had 75- and 56-yard kickoff returns against Oklahoma and BYU, respectively ... posted his sixth career 100-yard rushing game with 106 yards on 15 carries at Utah ... included in that total was a season-best 41-yard carry for his longest run from scrimmage since a 45-yard effort at Colorado State on Nov. 25, 2006 ... had a season-best four receptions for 60 yards in the 48-7 win at SMU ... added 51 yards on the ground against the Mustangs in his first game of the season ... rushed for 66 and 60 yards, respectively, in victories over San Diego State and UNLV ... scored on a 23-yard carry versus the Rebels ... had a 6-yard touchdown run in the 13-7 win at Colorado State ... tied for seventh on the Frogs with 10 receptions on the year.
2007: Preseason Mountain West Conference Player of the Year who saw his season come to a close with an injury against UNLV in the next-to-last regular-season contest ... was hampered by injuries throughout the campaign ... still placed second on the Frogs with 490 yards rushing (4.6 per carry) while ranking fourth with 24 receptions ... became the 12th player in TCU history to rush for over 2,000 career yards ... sidelined in the first quarter of the season-opening 27-0 win over Baylor ... missed the Texas and Air Force contests before returning to action in week four versus SMU ... came off-the-bench to rush for 92 yards on 11 carries while adding three receptions against the Mustangs ... earned MWC Offensive Player of the Week honors the following game when he ran for 124 yards, his fifth career 100-yard game, to go with three receptions in a 24-12 victory over Colorado State ... rushed for 91 yards while totaling a season-best five receptions and two key touchdowns as TCU rallied from a 14-point deficit for a 38-36 win at Stanford ... his 2-yard scoring reception on a fourth-and-goal with less than 10 minutes to play evened the game ... scored the game-winning touchdown on a 2-yard run with 4:13 remaining ... TCU was 3-0 when he rushed for at least 91 yards ... equaled a season-best with five receptions to go with 59 yards rushing against Utah ... posted four catches at Wyoming ... had at least one reception in eight of his nine games, the lone exception being the UNLV contest when he exited early due to injury ... did score on a 10-yard run versus the Rebels ... averaged 24.6 yards on 14 kickoff returns for the year ... had season-long efforts of 42 and 43 yards against BYU and UNLV, respectively ... totaled 995 all-purpose yards on the season.
2006: Second-team All-Mountain West Conference... TCU's top rusher (801 yards) while placing third in the league (66.8 yards per game)... his 5.2 per carry average was the best among the MWC's top-eight ground gainers... his team-high nine rushing touchdowns ranked first among the league's top-10 rushers... had a team-best 10 touchdowns overall... second on the Frogs in receptions (34) and receiving yards (455)... the 34 catches were the most by a Horned Frog running back since Basil Mitchell totaled 40 in 1996... had at least one reception in all but one game... third in the MWC in all-purpose yards per game (116.8)... totaled 285 all-purpose yards in the 45-14 win at Colorado State... rushed for a career-high 166 yards and three touchdowns, while adding three receptions for 48 yards and two kickoff returns for 71 yards... his third-quarter 84-yard touchdown reception from Marcus Jackson provided the go-ahead points in the 17-7 win at Baylor... it also enabled him to become the first TCU running back since 1994 (Andre Davis, 109 yards, vs. Tulane) to go over 100 yards receiving... recorded a season-best five receptions for 59 yards against UC Davis... had four catches against BYU and New Mexico... rushed for at least 48 yards in each game... had totals of 73 and 72, respectively, against UC Davis and Texas Tech.
2005: Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year and an honorable-mention Freshman All-American as a true freshman... posted the highest per carry average (5.9) among the MWC's top 10 rushers... closed the year with a 7-yard scoring run in the Houston Bowl win over Iowa State... averaged 80.0 yards on the ground in the final four games... placed eighth in the league with his 758 yards, all coming in the last 10 contests (75.8 avg.)... ranked 12th nationally among true freshmen in rushing yards and in a tie for sixth with his three 100-yard games... MWC Offensive Player of the Week after bursting on the scene with a season-high 163 yards on 17 carries in a nationally-televised Thursday night 23-20 overtime win versus Utah... did not have any carries in the opening two games before his explosion against the Utes... rushed for 129 yards versus New Mexico and 105 with three touchdowns against UNLV... his 73-yard carry against the Lobos gave the Frogs their longest run from scrimmage since 2001... his three receiving touchdowns were second on the team... all six of his rushing touchdowns on the year came in the last five contests.
High School: Played in one game as a senior at Mayde Creek High School... coached in football by Joe Sheffy... ran a 4.4 40-yard dash and recorded a 10.45 100-meter dash time on the track, one of the fastest prep times in the nation in 2004.
Personal: An arts and sciences pre-major... parents are Johnathan and Cheryl Brown.
BROWN'S CAREER RUSHING STATS
BROWN'S CAREER RECEIVING STATS
BROWN'S CAREER KICKOFF RETURN STATS
BROWN'S CAREER PUNT RETURN STATS
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