TCU takes on Oklahoma State for the first time since 1993 on Saturday afternoon. Here are 15 statistics, facts and figures about the teams coming into the game:
1- The number of games TCU has played outside the state of Texas this year, a 20-6 victory against Kansas.
3- The number of flights TCU will take this season. The Frogs will fly to Stillwater, Okla. for the Saturday game.
3- The number of sacks Oklahoma State has allowed this season. Only Air Force (0) has allowed less sacks.
8- The number of sacks TCU defensive end Devonte Fields has this season. The true freshman leads the Big 12 in sacks and tackles for loss (14). He has had a sack in every game this season.
12- The number of takeaways TCU has forced in its last two away games. The Horned Frogs forced six turnovers against SMU and repeated the feat against Baylor.
14- The number of straight road conference games TCU has won, dating back to its years in the Mountain West Conference.
20- The number of receiving touchdowns TCU receiver Josh Boyce has in his career. It is an all-time school record.
32- The number of consecutive games in which Oklahoma State has scored at least 20 points. It is the second longest active streak in the nation, second only to TCU.
33- The number of straight games TCU has scored a minimum of 20 points. It is the longest active streak in the FBS.
45.7- The average number of points Oklahoma State scores per game. The Cowboys are fourth in the nation in this category.
127.5- The number of rushing yards OSU running back Joseph Randle averages per game. He has had five games with a minimum of 100 yards this season, leading all Big 12 rushers.
313.4- The average number of yards TCU allows per game. The Horned Frogs rank 17th in the nation in this statistic.
319- The number of rushing yards true freshman B.J. Catalon has on the season. Catalon leads the team in rushing yards on the year.
605.3- The average number of yards Oklahoma State's offense gains per game. It is the most yards gained by a single team per game in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
1915- The first year TCU played Oklahoma State (then called Oklahoma A&M). The Cowboys won 13-0 in Fort Worth.