Sept. 28, 2015
No. 3 TCU (4-0, 1-0) vs. Texas (1-3, 0-1)
| Date (Time)
||Saturday, Oct. 3 (11 a.m. CDT)
||Amon G. Carter Stadium (45,000) | Fort Worth, Texas
| TV Talent
||Sean McDonough (PBP), Chris Spielman (color), Todd McShay (sideline)
| Radio Listing
|| WBAP 820 AM, KTCU 88.7 FM, Sirius/XM 84
| Spanish Radio
|| AM 1270 Univision Radio
| Listen Online
|| Listen Live
| Radio Talent
|| Brian Estridge (PBP), John Denton (color)
Landry Burdine (sideline)
| Spanish Radio Talent
|| Miguel Cruz (PBP), Elvis Gallegos (color)
| Game Notes
|| TCU Game Notes
|| Watch Tuesday News Conference
ABOUT THE GAME
*Defending Big 12 champion and No. 3 TCU hosts Texas in its conference home opener.
*Dating back to last season, TCU's 12-game winning streak ranks second nationally behind Ohio State (17).
*Since 1980, TCU's Gary Patterson leads all college football coaches with six 12-game winning streaks. The 55-52 victory at Texas Tech enabled Patterson to break a tie with Bobby Bowden.
*TCU is 34-3 as a top-10 team under Patterson, including 23-1 when in the top 5.
*TCU is looking to defeat Texas in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1958-59.
*Since beginning Big 12 play in 2012, the Horned Frogs have won two of three meetings with the Longhorns. The road team has won all three games when TCU and Texas have met as Big 12 rivals.
*TCU has opened 4-0 for the sixth time in eight seasons. The Horned Frogs are looking to go 5-0 for the third time in the last seven years and fourth time overall in 15 seasons under Patterson.
*Patterson is 2-2 as a head coach versus Texas.
HOME SWEET HOME
*In 15 seasons under head coach Gary Patterson, TCU is 70-14 at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
*TCU has a nine-game home winning streak.
*The Horned Frogs are playing their fourth season in Amon G. Carter Stadium after its $164 million donor-funded rebuild.
*TCU sold out of football season tickets for the third time in the last four seasons. This year's record-breaking total is 34,094.
*TCU already has four sellouts this season.
*Saturday marks the 86th meeting between TCU and Texas. The Longhorns hold a 62-22-1 advantage in a series that began with an 18-10 Texas win in 1897.
*Since 1958, TCU has lost 18 of its last 19 home games to Texas. All but one game was during the Southwest Conference days.
*TCU is 9-28-0 versus Texas in Fort Worth and 13-34-1 in Austin.
*Texas is TCU's fourth-most played series. The Horned Frogs' 85 games with the Longhorns trail only Baylor (110), SMU (95) and Texas A&M (92).
*In 2013, the last time TCU hosted Texas in Fort Worth, the game was interrupted for 3 hours and 6 minutes by a weather delay.
*The game resumed just after 11 p.m. and ended after 12:30 a.m.
*One of the more memorable wins in TCU history was a 6-0 victory at No. 1 Texas on Nov. 8, 1961.
*The lone score in the game was a second-quarter touchdown pass from quarterback Sonny Gibbs to Buddy Iles.
*TCU has the nation's second-longest streak (17 games) for consecutive games with a first-quarter touchdown (USC, 18).
*TCU is one of just five programs nationally to already have two road wins (Minnesota, Texas Tech) at Power Five schools.
*TCU ranks second nationally in total offense (636.5 yards per game) and fifth in scoring offense (51.0 points per game).
*Trevone Boykin has the nation's longest streak with a touchdown pass in 19 straight games.
*Boykin, who ranks second nationally in total offense at 415.0 yards per game, leads all active players with 10,250 career yards.
*Boykin needs three touchdown passes and 65 yards of total offense to break Andy Dalton's TCU career records in both categories.
*Josh Doctson was named the Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week after his 18 receptions for 267 yards and three touchdowns in the 55-52 win at Texas Tech.
*Doctson became the first Horned Frog with at least 10 catches in a game since Trevone Boykin had 11 receptions versus West Virginia in 2013.
*Aaron Green has topped the 160-yard mark in rushing in each of the last two games. He has two rushing touchdowns in three straight contests.
*TCU leads the nation with 13 players on defense making their first career starts this season.
*Seven defensive starters and three starting wide receivers have been sidelined this season.