Oct. 6, 2007
TCU at Wyoming
Oct. 6, 2007
Final: Wyoming 24, TCU 21
TCU scored first for the fifth time in six games this season and the 11th time in its last 13 contests.
TCU allowed a first-quarter touchdown for just the third time in its last 24 games.
The Horned Frogs surrendered a first-half touchdown for only the second time this season.
TCU blocked a punt for the third time this season. The Frogs have blocked five punts in their last 10 games.
The Frogs lost for just the fourth time in their past 12 road games.
Linebacker Robert Henson made his first start of the season and third of his career. It was his first start since Oct. 15, 2005 versus Army. Henson's first collegiate start came in the Frogs' previous trip to Wyoming (Oct. 8, 2005).
Quarterback Marcus Jackson, center Tony Savino and wide receiver Bart Johnson made their first collegiate starts.
Defensive end Jerry Hughes recorded his first collegiate interception in the first quarter. It was the first pick by a TCU defensive lineman since Chase Ortiz in the 2006 season opener at Baylor.
Chris Manfredini's first-quarter 51-yard field goal was a career-long while tying for the eighth-longest kick in TCU history. His previous best was a 47-yard effort last year versus UC Davis. In the Frogs' previous visit to Wyoming in 2005, former placekicker Peter LoCoco had a career-best 52-yard field goal.
Daryl Washington recorded his second punt block of the season and third of his career.
Ervin Dickerson recorded his third career touchdown reception midway through the fourth quarter. Dickerson leads the squad in the category this season.
Robert Henson, Jason Phillips and David Roach shared the TCU team lead with nine tackles each. Roach has earned at least a share of the team lead in stops in four of the Frogs' six games this season. He has made at least seven stops in five of six games.
Bart Johnson scored a touchdown on his first career catch late in the fourth quarter to help pull TCU within three points of the Cowboys. Johnson later added a one-handed reception for 18 yards on fourth down during the Frogs' final drive.