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By the Numbers - Iowa State

One last look back before we are able to look ahead to Ole Miss... what do the stats say about the Frogs big win to close out the regular season and win a share of the Big 12 title?

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14: Consecutive games for the TCU O to have scored at least 30 points, the best such streak in the nation.

722: Yards accumulated by the TCU O, second most this season and fourth most in school history. QB Trevone Boykin had a career best 559 yards on the day (460 passing, 55 receiving, and 44 rushing), also good for second most in TCU Football history. It was the first career touchdown catch for Boykin and the first career pass attempt for Porter.

22: Different players that had a touch on offense Saturday - three players attempted passes (Boykin, Bram Kohlhausen, and David Porter), eight players had a rushing attempt, and 11 players caught a pass. Boykin had an attempt in each of these areas, passing for four touchdowns and catching one.

100: Both receiver Josh Doctson and running back Aaron Green had 100 yard games - Doctson caught a career high nine passes for 151 yards and Green racked up 104 on the ground on 13 attempts. Green was close to double dipping, as he caught six passes for 67 yards as well.

31: Points in the third quarter for TCU, topping their first half production. The Frogs finished with the highest scoring average verses conference opponents, averaging 47.6 points per game in Big 12 play. They also scored 42 touchdowns at home, five more than they scored total all of last season.


0: Touchdowns scored agains the TCU defense Saturday. The Frogs were the best in the Big 12 in scoring defense in 2014, and 15th best in the country. TCU allowed only 13 touchdowns at home all season. Looking ahead, Ole Miss had the nation's best scoring defense this season.

13: Tackles for Paul Dawson. The potential All-American linebacker has nine double digit tackle totals on the season, and 128 total. Dawson is the 11th leading tackler in the nation, the leading tackler in the Big 12, has 18.5 tackles for loss, and four interceptions.

14: The streak stays alive! For the fourteenth consecutive game, the Frogs had at least one sack and one interception. Chuck Hunter had one and a half sacks, with Terrell Lathan picking up the other half. Freshman Ranthony Texada pulled in an interception - the first of his career, and Derrick Kindred had a pick six, the fourth pick six for the Frog D this season and the second time in two games they have done so.

93-3: TCU's record when holding opponents under 17 points in the Patterson era, which includes a 7-0 mark in three years of Big 12 play.

Special Teams:

13: Consecutive made field goals for Jaden Oberkrom, second most in TCU history. Oberkrom is chasing Chris Manfredini's mark of 19 straight.

58: Made field goals in Oberkrom's career, also good for six all time. Jaden will have a chance to pass the all-time record of 65 early next season.


6: Conference Championships for TCU under Gary Patterson, in three different leagues.

11: Wins for the Horned Frogs, the eighth time in the last 12 seasons under Patterson.

7-0: TCU's home mark this season, the fourth undefeated home record in the last seven years.

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