TCU-Kansas Postgame Notes

Oct. 12, 2013

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TCU vs. Kansas
Attendance: 41,894
Final: TCU 27, Kansas 17

Team Notes
*TCU improved to 12-1 in Homecoming games under head coach Gary Patterson and evened its all-time Homecoming mark at 41-41-5.

*TCU scored in its 261st consecutive game, the third-longest current streak in the nation and eighth best in NCAA history.

*TCU improved to 18-8-4 all-time against Kansas and 8-2-2 when playing the Jayhawks in Fort Worth.

*TCU is now 27-8 in regular-season games following a loss under Patterson.

*The Horned Frogs have won 31 of their last 36 home games and are 61-11 under Patterson at Amon G. Carter Stadium.

*TCU equaled a season high with its 207 yards rushing and is now 65-4 under Patterson when running for at least 200 yards.

*The Horned Frogs, the Big 12 leader in sacks entering the game, had six players combine for their four sacks.

*TCU improved to 5-1 in 11 a.m. games over the last two seasons.

*TCU's defense limited Kansas to just 198 total yards, marking the fewest allowed since holding Grambling State to 70 in the 2012 season opener. TCU has held three opponents to less than 300 total yards this season.

*TCU's team captains were Sam Carter, James Dunbar, Jon Koontz and Jason Verrett.

*TCU wore black jerseys, purple pants and a purple helmet.

Individual Notes

*Linebacker Paul Dawson and wide receivers David Porter and Ty Slanina made their first career starts.

*Dawson totaled a career-high 17 tackles, marking the most by a Horned Frog since Jonathan Anderson tallied 17 against BYU in 2011. The 17 tackles tied for the third-highest total under Patterson as head coach.

*Dawson also posted three tackles for loss, including a half sack, after entering the contest with just two tackles for loss in his career.

*Terrell Lathan posted his team-best fourth sack of the season.

*Jason Verrett had his first interception of the season and eighth of his career, the most among active Horned Frogs.

*Sam Carter recorded his second sack of the season and the fifth of his career.

*Marcus Mallet tallied nine stops, including 1 1/2 for loss, giving him a team-best 6 1/2 tackles for loss this season.

*Trevone Boykin's 10-yard first-quarter scoring run was his third rushing touchdown of the season and the sixth of his career.

*Boykin rushed for 71 yards on 12 carries, marking the third-most rushing yards of his career. Boykin had six carries of 10 or more yards.

*Boykin's 75-yard touchdown pass to David Porter on the first play of the second half was TCU's longest play from scrimmage since a Boykin to Brandon Carter 80-yard scoring toss against Oklahoma last season.

*Porter had a career-high four receptions for 118 yards.

*Porter had TCU's first 100-yard receiving game since Josh Boyce with 180 yards on six catches last season at West Virginia.

*B.J. Catalon rushed for a career-high 91 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries.

*Catalon's 2-yard third-quarter touchdown run gave him a rushing score in five of the opening six games.

*Catalon had a 25-yard first-quarter run for his second-longest carry of the season.

*LaDarius Brown tied a season-high with three receptions.

*Jaden Oberkrom was 2-of-2 on field goals, making him 9-of-11 on the season. Oberkrom connected on a 44-yard field goal in the second quarter and added a 37-yard effort late in the fourth quarter.

*Ethan Perry booted five of his seven punts inside the 20-yard line, giving him 13 punts inside the 20 on the season.



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