TCU Horned Frogs vs. West Virginia Mountaineers
In a matchup of Top 25 teams, the No. 10 TCU Horned Frogs play the No. 20 West Virginia Mountaineers on Saturday. TCU has won two straight games, including an 82-27 win over Texas Tech last week. West Virginia beat Oklahoma State last week and has won four straight games.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Kickoff: 3:30 p.m.
TV coverage: ABC/ESPN2
Oct. 25: TCU 82, Texas Tech 27
The Horned Frogs had 785 yards of total offense as they blew out the Red Raiders. After a Texas Tech field goal made the score 31-20 in the second quarter, TCU scored the next 30 points to break the game open. Trevone Boykin completed 22 of 39 passes for 433 yards and seven touchdowns, and Deante' Gray led the team with four catches for 165 yards and two touchdowns. Aaron Green and Trevorris Johnson each ran for 105 yards as TCU racked up 305 rushing yards.
Oct. 18: TCU 37, Oklahoma State 9
Quarterback Trevone Boykin set a career high with 410 passing yards while throwing three touchdowns and an interception as the Horned Frogs rolled past the Cowboys. Receiver Josh Doctson had seven catches for 225 yards and two touchdowns, including an 84-yard score. B.J. Catalon rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns. TCU intercepted Daxx Garman twice.
Oct. 11: Baylor 61, TCU 58
TCU lost its first game of the season against then-No. 5 Baylor after blowing a 58-37 fourth-quarter lead. Trevone Boykin completed 21 of 47 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown. The Horned Frogs rushed for 139 yards and four touchdowns as a team. Baylor's offense was too powerful for TCU's defense as quarterback Bryce Petty threw for 510 yards and six touchdowns. Three Baylor receivers topped 100 receiving yards, and Shock Linwood ran for 179 yards on 29 carries.
Oct. 4: TCU 37, Oklahoma 33
The Horned Frogs intercepted Trevor Knight twice, including a 41-yard interception return for a touchdown from Paul Dawson in the fourth quarter to help TCU defeat the Sooners. Trevor Boykin threw for 318 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. Kolby Listenbee was the standout receiver with five grabs for 103 yards. B.J. Catalon recorded the team's lone rushing touchdown.
Sept. 27: TCU 56, SMU 0
TCU dominated the "Battle for the Iron Skillet" by outgaining the Mustangs 614 to 245 and taking advantage of three SMU turnovers. Trevone Boykin threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns, with Deante' Gray hauling in six of Boykin's passes for 96 yards and two scores. TCU rushed for 265 yards and three touchdowns. The leading rusher was B.J. Catalon, who totaled 114 yards on the ground with a touchdown.
Sept. 13: TCU 30, Minnesota 7
In a 30-7 win over Minnesota, quarterback Trevone Boykin finished with 258 yards passing and two touchdowns and led the team in rushing with 92 yards on 12 carries. The TCU defense forced five turnovers and held Minnesota to 99 yards on the ground.
Aug. 30: TCU 48, Samford 14
TCU opened the season with a win over Samford, 48-14, during which receiver Kolby Listenbee grabbed three balls for 76 yards and two touchdowns. TCU amassed 555 yards, including 200 yards on the ground compiled by eight different rushers. TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin threw for 320 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for a touchdown.
Oct. 25: West Virginia 34, Oklahoma State 10
The Mountaineers scored the game's last 20 points to win a road game against the Cowboys. Clint Trickett completed 21 of 30 passes for 238 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. Wendell Smallwood broke out for 132 yards on 23 carries, and Mario Alford had seven catches for 136 yards and a touchdown.
Oct. 18: West Virginia 41, Baylor 27
West Virginia knocked off then-No. 4 Baylor by scoring the last 14 points to break away in the fourth quarter. Clint Trickett's two fourth-quarter touchdown passes were the difference as the Mountaineers upset the Bears. Kevin White led the Mountaineers with eight catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns.
Oct. 11: West Virginia 37, Texas Tech 34
The Mountaineers came back from a 21-10 deficit to beat the Red Raiders on the road. Josh Lambert's 55-yard field goal as time expired won the game for West Virginia. Clint Trickett threw for 301 yards, Wendell Smallwood ran for 123 yards and Kevin White caught 13 passes for 123 yards to lead the Mountaineers.
Oct. 4: West Virginia 33, Kansas 14
The Mountaineers’ defense forced 14 punts, the most ever by a West Virginia opponent. Quarterback Clint Trickett threw for 302 yards, his sixth-straight game with at least 300 yards passing. Wide receiver Kevin White tied a school record with his fifth straight game with at least 100 receiving yards, matching the mark set by Stedman Bailey in 2011.
Sept. 20: Oklahoma 45, West Virginia 33
Kevin White had 10 catches for 173 yards, giving him 42 receptions and 633 yards for the season. Last year he had 35 receptions for 507 yards. Mario Alford had 101 receiving yards, giving West Virginia back-to-back games with two 100-yard receivers for the first time since 2011. Josh Lambert’s 54-yard field goal tied for the longest in FBS this season.
Sept. 13 West Virginia 40, Maryland 37
Josh Lambert’s 47-yard field goal at the gun won it for the Mountaineers. ClintTrickett’s 511 passing yards were a career high and the second-most in school history. Kevin White’s career-high 216 receiving yards place him third in West Virginia single-game history.
Sept. 6: West Virginia 54, Towson 0
The Mountaineers posted their first shutout since blanking Coastal Carolina in 2010. Seven different players scored touchdowns for West Virginia, the most since seven players scored against Norfolk State in 2011. The 54-point margin of victory was the Mountaineers’ largest since an 80-7 win over Rutgers in 2011.
Aug. 30 Alabama 33, West Virginia 23
The neutral site game in Atlanta marked the just the sixth time in 32 years the Mountaineers have opened the season away from Morgantown. Mario Alford’s 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the program’s first kickoff return score since Tavon Austin against Kansas State in 2012. It was West Virginia’s first season-opening loss since 2003.