|Friday, Aug 21|
|Women's Soccer||at Missouri||6:30 PM|
|Saturday, Aug 22|
|Women's Volleyball||vs Purple & White Scrimmage||TBA|
|Sunday, Aug 23|
|Women's Soccer||at Arkansas||6:00 PM|
|Friday, Aug 28|
|Women's Soccer||at Illinois||7:00 PM|
|Women's Volleyball||vs Abilene Christian||11:00 AM|
|Women's Volleyball||vs Texas State||6:00 PM|
|Saturday, Aug 29|
|Women's Volleyball||vs UTEP||6:00 PM|
|Sunday, Aug 30|
|Women's Soccer||at Illinois State||1:00 PM|
|Tuesday, Sept 1|
|Cross Country||at Bear Twilight||TBA|
|Thursday, Sept 3|
|Football||at Minnesota||8:00 PM|
|Friday, Sept 4|
|Women's Soccer||vs Maryland||7:00 PM|
|Women's Volleyball||vs Dartmouth||4:30 PM|
|Saturday, Sept 5|
|Women's Volleyball||at San Diego State||10:30 AM|
|Sunday, Sept 6|
|Women's Soccer||vs Oral Roberts||1:00 PM|
|Saturday, Sept 12|
|Football||vs Stephen F. Austin||2:30 PM|
|Cross Country||at UNT Invite||TBA|
|Friday, Sept 18|
|Women's Equestrian||vs Purple and White Scrimmage||All Day|
|Women's Tennis||vs Duke Invitational||All Day|
|Women's Tennis||vs Midland Invitational||All Day|
|Men's Tennis||vs Oracle/ITA Masters||All Day|
|Men's Tennis||vs Midland Invitational||All Day|
|Saturday, Sept 19|
|Football||vs SMU (Family & Clark Weekend)||7:00 PM|
|Thursday, Sept 24|
|Women's Equestrian||at SMU||All Day|
|Friday, Sept 25|
|Swimming & Diving||at North Texas||4:00 PM|
|Women's Tennis||vs Oklahoma Invite||All Day|
|Saturday, Sept 26|
|Football||at Texas Tech||TBA|
|Swimming & Diving||vs Texas-Permian Basin||11:00 AM|
|Cross Country||at Texas A&M Invite||TBA|
|Wednesday, Sept 30|
|Women's Tennis||vs Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships||All Day|
|Thursday, Oct 1|
|Women's Tennis||vs Kirkland 50K||All Day|
|Friday, Oct 2|
|Women's Equestrian||at South Carolina||All Day|
|Cross Country||at Longhorn Invite||TBA|
|Saturday, Oct 3|
|Football||vs Texas (Homecoming)||TBA|
|Men's Tennis||vs Saint Francis Health System ITA All-American Championships||All Day|
TCU Doubles Up Colorado State 24-12
Sept. 29, 2007
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP)-- Backup quarterback Marcus Jackson rushed for two touchdowns and threw for another to lead TCU past Colorado State 24-12 Saturday night.
Starter Andy Dalton suffered an apparent knee injury on TCU's opening drive. Jackson had a 4-yard touchdown run on his first play of the game.
Jackson was 11-for-26 passing for 137 yards and carried 17 times for 38 yards.
TCU (3-2, 1-1 Mountain West) played without defensive end Tommy Blake, who was placed on medical leave Tuesday for undisclosed reasons. Blake, who came into the season as a top NFL prospect, will miss at least one more game.
TCU's Aaron Brown, who has been slowed this season with a knee injury, rushed for 113 yards on 20 carries. It was his fifth career 100-yard rushing game.
Colorado State (0-4, 0-1) scored on its first possession when Jason Smith booted a 47-yard field goal.
Jackson was 0-for-3 passing in the first quarter, but heated up in the second.
On TCU's season-best 90-yard drive, Jackson completed four passes for 73 yards. He connected with Shae Reagan on a 4-yard pass to put the Horned Frogs ahead 14-3.
Chris Manfredini's 19-yard field goal gave the Frogs a 17-3 halftime lead.
In the third quarter, TCU scored again when Jackson rolled out to his left for his second 4-yard touchdown run.
Colorado State finished the scoring on Smith's 27-yard field goal and Caleb Hanie's 54-yard touchdown pass to Damon Morton. The two-point conversion failed, leaving the score at 24-12 a minute into the fourth quarter.
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