TCU will visit Texas Tech for the first time since 2004 on Thursday. Here are 15 facts and figures to consider:
1-Quarter left on All-American defensive end Devonte Fields’ suspension. Fields played in the third quarter against Southeastern Louisiana. He will sit out another quarter during the season to finish the suspension.
2-Number of AT&T Stadiums the Horned Frogs will play in this season. Texas Tech plays at Jones AT&T Stadium while the Cowboys Classic (Aug. 31 vs. LSU) was at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
2-Rushing touchdowns by running back B.J. Catalon in the 2013 season so far. Catalon failed to score a rushing touchdown last season.
3-The number of receptions Trevone Boykin had against Southeastern Louisiana. The quarterback tied for the team lead in catches and finished fourth in receiving yards with 25. He also had 133 passing yards and two passing touchdowns.
3-Number of times TCU and Texas Tech have played each other since the Southwest Conference was dissolved in 1996. They met in 2004, 2006 and 2012 with the Red Raiders winning two out of three.
7-Catalon’s national rank in average kickoff return yards per game (38.6). The Houston native ranks second in the Big 12 for all-purpose yards (163 per game).
28-Points Texas Tech scored in the first quarter against Stephen F. Austin last week, tying a school record for points in a quarter.
36-Length, in yards, of TCU’s longest play from scrimmage this season. Deante’ Gray made the 36-yard reception in the second quarter against Southeastern Louisiana. Gray had another reception for 34 yards.
48-Number of consecutive victories for the Frogs when they run for at least 167 yards. TCU posted 169 rushing yards against Southeastern Louisiana.
111-Rushing yards for Catalon in the first two games of the season, leading the Frogs.
2006-The last time TCU beat Texas Tech. The Frogs beat the Red Raiders 12-3 in Fort Worth. Texas Tech won last year’s match up 56-53 in triple overtime.
20-13-Score in TCU’s last Thursday night game. The Frogs beat Texas in Austin on Thanksgiving Day last season.
5-17-3-TCU's record in Lubbock, Texas. The Frogs’ most recent victory came in 1991. At home, TCU holds an 18-12 advantage over the Red Raiders.
16-1- TCU’s conference road record since the 2009 season. The only loss came last season at Oklahoma State, 36-14.
24-5- Record for road and neutral site games since 2009 for the Frogs. This ranks third nationally.