No. 7 Texas 34, No. 19 TCU 13
September 8, 2007
Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium – Austin, Texas
· Texas is 37-4 (.902) against teams from within the state's borders under Mack Brown.
· Texas is 22-1 at home and has won 20 of their last 21 against Texas schools.
· Texas now leads its all-time series vs. TCU 61-20-1, including a 14-game home winning streak.
· Texas' defense logged its ninth consecutive game of not allowing a 100-yard rusher.
· Texas has won 28 of its last 29 games against TCU.
· Texas has won 14 of its last 15 home games against ranked opponents.
· Texas has won 11 of its last 12 games against ranked opponents.
· Texas is 16-2 vs. Top 25 teams at home under Mack Brown.
· Texas is 49-5 (.907) in home games during the Brown era.
· Texas produced 400 yards of total offense for the 51st time in the last 78 games.
· Texas is 72-2 when recording 400 or more total yards.
· Texas moved to 91-9 (.910) in the Brown era when scoring 20 or more points.
· Texas last won after trailing by 10 or more points at halftime in Game 9 of the 2006 season when they erased a 31-21 Texas Tech lead.
· Texas moved to 14-13 (.519) in the Brown era when trailing at halftime.
· Texas has gone 99 games without giving up a punt return for a TD.
· Texas scored its 54th non-offensive TD since 1999, third nationally.
· With Jamaal Charles' 134 rushing yards, Texas snapped TCU's streak of 21 consecutive games without allowing a 100-yard rusher.
· Acho's QB sack in the beginning of the second quarter was the first of his career and came on his first career series.
· Charles' 39-yard TD run with 2:42 remaining in the game was the 20th rushing TD and 23 overall TD of his career.
· Charles' 39-yard TD run was his longest rush since logging a 46-yard TD run against Rice in the third game of the 2006 season.
· Charles logged his second 100-yard game of the season and the sixth of his career.
· Charles logged back-to-back 100-yard rushing games for the first time in his career.
· Charles logged 20 or more rushing attempts in back-to-back games for the first time in his career.
· Cosby recorded a reception for the 20th consecutive game.
· Cosby has logged three or more receptions in seven consecutive games.
· Cosby has logged 100 or more all-purpose yards in each of UT's last three games.
· Derry's interception at the end of the fourth quarter was the first of his career.
· Finley has recorded at least one reception in his last nine games.
· Finley has recorded two or more receptions in 11 of his last 13 games.
· Finley moved into 10th place on UT's career list for reception yards by a tight end with 434, passing Brock Edwards (422).
· Foster's TD midway through the fourth quarter was the first of his career.
· Henry's fumble recovery in the first quarter was the first of his career.
· Houston's forced fumble in the first quarter was the first of his career.
· Jones' TD reception at the beginning of the third quarter was his first of the season and the fifth of his career.
· Jones' 91 receiving yards are a career-best, topping his 72 yards in the opener against Arkansas State.
· Jones' eight receptions is one shy of his career high of nine he logged in the season opener against Arkansas State.
· Jones' 163 yards through two games already eclipses his career high of 153 yards during the 2006 campaign. His 17 receptions also bests his highest season total of 13 from 2006.
· McCoy moved his career record to 12-3.
· McCoy eclipsed the 3,000-yard plateau in career passing yardage for the game. He ended the contest with 3,032 yards of yards.
· McCoy eclipsed the 3,000-yard plateau in career total offense for the game. He ended the contest with 3,247 yards of total offense.
· McCoy has thrown at least one TD in 13 of his 15 career games.
· McCoy's 25 completions was one shy of his career best (26 vs. Iowa 2006).
· McGee's rushing attempt at the beginning of the fourth quarter was the first of his career. His TD on the following play was the also a career first.
· Muckelroy's fumble recovery in the first quarter was the first of his career.
· Norton's QB sack midway through the second quarter was the first of his career and came on his first career series.
· Sweed started his 35th consecutive game.
· Sweed has caught at least one pass in 20 consecutive games and 36 of 39 career games.
· With his six-yard reception early in the fourth quarter, Sweed moved into a tie for sixth place on UT's all-time reception list equaling Johnny Walker with 114.
Attendance: 84,621; UT's 42nd consecutive home sellout.
Game Captains: Limas Sweed; Dallas Griffin; Derek Lokey; Frank Okam
Coin Toss: Texas won the toss ... Texas deferred choice to second half ... TCU elected to receive kickoff ... Texas elected to defend the South Goal.