|Friday, Aug 26|
|Women's Volleyball||vs North Carolina State||7:00 PM|
|Saturday, Aug 27|
|Women's Volleyball||vs Arkansas State||7:00 PM|
|Sunday, Aug 28|
|Women's Soccer||at Lamar||1:00 PM||Watch Live|
|Women's Volleyball||vs Boise State||2:00 PM|
|Thursday, Sept 1|
|Cross Country||vs Bear Twilight Invitational||7:00 PM|
|Friday, Sept 2|
|Women's Soccer||vs Illinois||7:00 PM|
|Women's Volleyball||at Duke||5:30 PM|
|Saturday, Sept 3|
|Football||vs South Dakota State||7:00 PM|
|Women's Volleyball||at North Carolina||5:30 PM|
|Sunday, Sept 4|
|Women's Soccer||vs Texas Southern||6:00 PM|
|Friday, Sept 9|
|Women's Soccer||vs Washington State||7:00 PM|
|Women's Volleyball||at Creighton||6:00 PM|
|Saturday, Sept 10|
|Football||vs Arkansas||6:00 PM|
|Sunday, Sept 11|
|Women's Soccer||vs Oral Roberts||1:00 PM|
|Friday, Sept 16|
|Women's Soccer||vs Austin Peay||7:00 PM|
|Women's Equestrian||vs Texas Tech||All Day|
|Saturday, Sept 17|
|Football||vs Iowa State||11:00 AM|
|Cross Country||vs Ken Garland Invitational||8:00 AM|
|Friday, Sept 23|
|Football||at SMU||7:00 PM|
|Swimming & Diving||at North Texas||2:00 PM|
|Women's Equestrian||vs SMU||All Day|
|Saturday, Sept 24|
|Cross Country||vs Texas A&M Invite||9:00 AM|
|Swimming & Diving||vs Texas-Permian Basin||10:00 AM|
|Saturday, Oct 1|
|Cross Country||vs Chile Pepper Festival||9:00 AM|
|Rifle||at The Citadel||All Day|
|Saturday, Oct 8|
|Cross Country||vs Incarnate Word Invite||8:00 AM|
|Rifle||at Alaska||All Day|
|Monday, Oct 10|
|Rifle||at Alaska||All Day|
|Saturday, Oct 15|
|Cross Country||vs NCAA Pre-Nationals||11:00 AM|
|Wednesday, Oct 19|
|Swimming & Diving||vs SMU (Men)||7:00 PM|
|Friday, Oct 21|
|Women's Equestrian||at Fresno State||All Day|
|Saturday, Oct 22|
|Rifle||at Murray State||All Day|
Frogs win season opener, 26-3
Aug. 30, 2008
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Quarterback Andy Dalton ran for two touchdowns as TCU went on to a 26-3 win Saturday in the season-opener for both teams.
The Horned Frogs scored on their first three possessions and needed a span of just over four minutes to build a 16-0 lead on the Lobos in the Mountain West Conference game.
Dalton scored on runs of 11 and 4 yards, the second TD set up by Jeremy Kerley's 53-yard punt return midway through the fourth quarter.
The Lobos only points came from a 28-yard field goal kick by Aho with 10:48 left in the third quarter.
A short punt by first year Lobo kicker Adam Miller gave the Horned Frogs the ball on the New Mexico 30 and set up a four-play drive that ended with Dalton's 11-yard scoring run.
The Lobos got off one play on their ensuing possession as Donovan Porterie's pass hit TCU safety Steven Coleman in the chest at the New Mexico 35 and Coleman returned it to the 9. Halfback Joseph Turner scored on second down from the 2.
TCU also got field goals of 50 and 39 yards from Ross Evans.
Evans missed a chance to extend TCU's 16-0 lead when he missed a 20-yard field goal attempt with 39 seconds left in the first half. That drive was set up by Porterie's fumble near midfield that was recovered by defensive end Jerry Hughes.
Porterie suffered a neck injury on the play and did not return.
Backup Brad Gruner made his first pass a spectacular one, teaming with wide receiver Chris Hernandez on an 81-yard pass play to the TCU 12-yard line. But New Mexico's offense picked up 6 yards on three plays and settled for Ajo's field goal.
The Horned Frogs look to add another win to their record when return home to face Stephen F. Austin on September 6 at 6pm CT.
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