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Game Week #2: TCU vs Southeastern Louisiana

The Horned Frogs move onto the second of their seasons Lions, Tigers and Bears trifecta.

Like a Hindu goddess statue with pom-poms.
Like a Hindu goddess statue with pom-poms.
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TCU (0-1) vs. Southeastern Louisiana (1-0)

Date (Time) Saturday, Sep. 7 (11 a.m. CDT)
Location Amon G. Carter Stadium (45,000)| Fort Worth, TX
Fox Sports Southwest
TV Talent
Ron Thulin (PBP), Dave Lapham (color), Jim Knox (sideline)
Radio Listing WBAP 820 AM and 96.7 FM, KTCU 88.7 FM
Spanish Radio AM 1270 Univision Radio
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Radio Talent Brian Estridge (PBP), John Denton (color)
Landry Burdine (sideline)
Spanish Radio Talent Miguel Cruz (PBP), Elvis Gallegos (color)
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*No. 20 TCU makes its 2013 home debut when it hosts Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday at 11 a.m.
*The Horned Frogs are playing their second season in Amon G. Carter Stadium after its $164 million rebuild.
*TCU is 24-8 in regular-season games following a loss under head coach Gary Patterson.
*TCU has an 11 a.m. kickoff for the third time in its last six home games. The Horned Frogs also had 11 a.m. contests versus Virginia and Oklahoma at Amon G. Carter Stadium last season.
*After taking on LSU last week, TCU is playing an opponent from the state of Louisiana for the second consecutive game.
*In Southeastern Louisiana, the Horned Frogs are facing an FCS opponent for the sixth straight season.

*TCU and Southeastern Louisiana are meeting for the first time on the gridiron.

*TCU has won 11 straight home openers under head coach Gary Patterson. In eight of those victories, the Horned Frogs allowed 17 points or less.
*TCU is 11-1 overall in home openers under Patterson.

*TCU has sold out 13 of its last 14 home games at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
*TCU has won 28 of its last 33 home games and is 58-11 under Gary Patterson at Amon G. Carter Stadium.
*In its last 22 home dates, TCU has allowed just 41 touchdowns and outscored its opponents 923-341 (an average margin of 42-16).
*The Horned Frogs have recorded seven shutouts in their past 39 home dates.
*Since 1999, TCU is 69-11 in its last 80 home games.

*Four of TCU's five Louisiana natives are on the defensive line with three from West Monroe.
*Defensive tackles Chucky Hunter and Terrell Lathan and defensive end James McFarland are West Monroe High School graduates. Also hailing from Louisiana are a pair of true freshmen in safety Jermaine Antoine (Loreauville) and defensive tackle Tevin Lawson (Denham Springs).
*Hunter, a junior, was an All-Big 12 selection last season, while Lathan and McFarland lettered in reserve roles as true freshmen in 2012.

*TCU was picked third in the preseason Big 12 poll. The Horned Frogs received nine first-place votes and were just 18 points behind preseason favorite Oklahoma State.
*TCU has just 10 scholarship seniors on this year's roster.
*B.J. Catalon led TCU with 233 all-purpose yards against LSU. He had a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown on his first collegiate attempt. He totaled 159 return yards, a team-high 52 yards rushing and 22 yards receiving on three catches.
*Fellow tailback Waymon James is TCU's career leader in average yards per carry at 6.9.
*TCU is one of just three schools (Ohio State, Oklahoma State) to have three players (Catalon, James, Deante' Gray) who have returned either a kickoff or punt for a touchdown.
*Casey Pachall is TCU's all-time leader in completion percentage at 66.0.
*All-America cornerback Jason Verrett opened his 2013 campaign with seven tackles, including a sack, and three pass breakups against LSU.
*Kevin White, playing on the opposite side of Verrett, had four pass breakups, a fumble recovery and four tackles versus LSU. The four PBUs tied for fourth best in a single game during Gary Patterson's 13 seasons as head coach.