*Josh Boyce extended his streak to 26 consecutive games with at least one reception. He has at least one catch in 31 of his 32 career games.
*Boyce’s eight receptions mark his most in a game since he had nine in last year’s contest at Baylor.
*With eight receptions, Boyce now has 125 in his career to move past Jeremy Kerley (120, 2007-10) and tie Stanley Washington (1979-82) for eighth on TCU’s all-time list.
*Boyce’s 2-yard third-quarter rushing touchdown marked his first career score. He is TCU’s career leader in receiving touchdowns with 19, including a 15-yard fourth-quarter score.
*Cam White’s scoring receptions of 18 and 15 yards represented his first career touchdown catches.
*White had a career-high four receptions for 51 yards. His previous-best total was three catches earlier this season against Virginia.
*LaDarius Brown’s 43-yard third-quarter touchdown catch marked his third scoring grab in the last four games.
*True freshman B.J. Catalon led TCU in rushing with 79 yards on 17 carries.
*Aundre Dean ran for a career-high 73 yards on 15 attempts.
*Laderice Sanders’ 2-yard scoring run marked his second straight game with a rushing touchdown.
*Jason Verrett recorded an interception for the third straight game. He has a team-high four picks on the season, all in the last three contests.
*Verrett’s four interceptions on the year mark the most by a Horned Frog since Marvin White had a team-best four in 2006.
*For the second time in three games, Chris Hackett had an interception and fumble recovery. Both takeaways came in the first half.
*Sam Carter recorded two sacks and an interception from his strong safety position.
*Devonte Fields had two tackles for loss, including a sack, to go with a forced fumble and fumble recovery.
*Kevin White recorded his first career interception.
*Joel Hasley topped TCU with eight tackles.