Post-Game Notes: TCU at West Virginia

Oct. 22, 2016

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TCU 10, No. 12 West Virginia 34
Oct. 22, 2016
Attendance: 61,780

Team Notes
* A second-quarter sack by Aaron Curry extended TCU’s school-record streak to 37 games with at least one sack. It is the second-longest active streak in the nation, behind only Ohio State with 41.

* TCU scored for the 300th consecutive game. It's the nation's second-longest current streak and fourth all-time in NCAA history. The Horned Frogs haven't been blanked since Nov. 16, 1991 at Texas (32-0).

* TCU saw its streak of 36 consecutive games with at least 20 points, which ranked second nationally behind Oregon (37), snapped.

* The Horned Frogs recorded five sacks.

* TCU lost for just the second time in its last 14 games following an open date.

* TCU dropped to 12-9 on the road in its Big 12 history.

* Over the last three seasons, TCU has the Big 12’s second-best overall record (27-6) and conference mark (17-5).

* TCU’s Gary Patterson is now 3-2 as a head coach versus West Virginia.

* TCU's team captains were Josh Carraway, John Diarse, Kyle Hicks and Kenny Hill. It was Hill’s first game as a captain.

* TCU wore a white jersey with white pants and a white helmet.

Individual Notes
* Kyle Hicks had a team-high 103 yards rushing for his second consecutive 100-yard game and third of the season.

* Jaelan Austin’s 11-yard second quarter touchdown reception gave him a streak of four consecutive games with a scoring grab and the team lead with five touchdown catches on the season.

* Austin’s streak of a touchdown catch in four straight games is the longest by a Horned Frog since Josh Doctson had multiple scoring grabs in six consecutive games last season.

* Daniel Walsh, making his first career start, had four receptions to equal his season total entering the game.

* Aaron Curry and Josh Carraway had sacks on back-to-back snaps in the second quarter. Carraway has a team-high 5 1/2 sacks on the season with Curry second at 4 1/2.

* James McFarland, Mat Boesen and Ranthony Texada also had sacks.

* Travin Howard led TCU with 11 total tackles, his fourth straight game with double-digit tackles.

* Brandon Hatfield’s first quarter 30-yard field goal made him 6-of-7 on the season.

* Cornerback Julius Lewis made his first appearance and start of the season. He missed the opening six games due to injury.

* Center Austin Schlottmann returned to action and started after missing the previous two games due to injury.



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