Eighteen Horned Frogs receive All-MW accolades
Casey Pachall threw for 117 yards to lead Horned Frogs.
No. 19 TCU 34, Colorado State 10
No. 24 TCU 36, No. 5 Boise State 35
TCU scores school-record 69 points in rout
2011: An honorable-mention All-Mountain West selection ... started all 12 games in which he appeared ... ranked third on the Horned Frogs with 33 receptions for 347 yards and a touchdown ... also posted three rushing scores on just six carries, reaching the end zone against Louisiana-Monroe, New Mexico and Colorado State ... had at least one catch in the final 11 regular-season games ... hauled in a career-high seven receptions for 103 yards and a 39-yard touchdown at San Diego State ... snagged five grabs for 43 yards at Air Force ... ended the regular season with four catches against UNLV.
2010: Played in 12 games with three starts ... had three touchdowns on just 16 touches ... totaled 13 catches for 175 yards, ranking fifth on the team in both categories ... reached the end zone once on the ground and once through the air against Wyoming, despite totaling only six yards for the game ... had a 4-yard touchdown catch and a 2-yard scoring run ... caught two balls for 26 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown for the first points of the game, at New Mexico ... hauled in a season-long 41-yard reception at SMU ... had a 38-yard grab versus Air Force ... had a catch in 10 of his 12 games ... recorded two tackles on special teams ... one of nine Horned Frogs to score at least three touchdowns.
2009: Emerged as a big-play threat for the Horned Frogs ... had 10 touchdowns on just 32 touches ... topped TCU with six touchdown catches, doubling the total of the next-closest Horned Frogs ... had four touchdowns on six grabs in a six-game midseason stretch ... scored at least one touchdown in eight of 13 games ... three of TCU's four-longest plays from scrimmage involved him ... had back-to-back games with 75-yard touchdown catches against BYU and UNLV ... one of just seven players nationally to have two receptions of at least 70 yards on the season ... had 62- and 20-yard touchdown catches just 12 seconds apart against New Mexico ... his five-longest receptions of the season went for touchdowns ... the top-two receiving games of his career came in the last two contests ... posted his first 100-yard game with a career-best five catches for 123 yards and two scores in the regular-season finale versus New Mexico ... had four receptions for 45 yards in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl ... placed third on TCU with 478 yards receiving ... tied for third on the team with four rushing touchdowns on just nine carries for the season ... ran for a 2-yard score and had a 28-yard touchdown catch against SMU ... totaled four tackles on special teams.
2008: One of three true freshmen (Ross Evans, Ross Forrest) to see action ... came on strong at the close of the season ... five of his seven receptions were in the last four games ... had two catches against both UNLV and Air Force ... one of his grabs against the Falcons was a spectacular one-handed snag ... had a season-long 19-yard reception at Utah ... filled in for an injured Jeremy Kerley and took the direct snaps in wins over Wyoming and UNLV ... had six carries for a season-best 38 yards while adding two receptions for 16 yards against the Rebels ... ran for 23 yards on six attempts versus the Cowboys in addition to blocking a punt that resulted in a safety ... totaled three tackles on special teams, including two at SMU.
High School: Prep All-American and all-district performer ... versatile four-sport letterman who saw action at RB, WR, QB, CB, S, P/PK and on special teams ... participated in the 2008 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game ... a member of ESPN's top 150 national prospects and ranked as the seventh-best athlete on the list ... compiled 4,044 yards of total offense (1,688 rushing/1,922 passing/434 receiving) and accounted for 37 TDs during his prep career ... rushed for 1,688 yards and 18 TDs on 285 carries (5.9 ypc), threw for 1,922 yards and 15 TDs and caught 27 passes for 434 yards (16.1 ypc) and four TDs over his final three seasons ... tabbed district 4-5A Utility MVP as a senior ... led the Wolves to a 9-4 record (6-1 district) and the third round of the state playoffs ... notched 712 yards and 10 TDs on 99 carries (7.2 ypc) ... threw for 516 yards and five TDs and caught 17 passes for 248 yards (14.6 ypc) and two TDs ... also served as the team's punter, punting 22 times for an average of 35.0 yards ... named all-district 4-5A as a junior ... helped Timberview reach the state playoffs in its first season of 5A football ... rushed for 617 yards and five TDs on 125 carries (4.9 ypc) and threw for 1,116 yards and seven TDs ... also caught five passes for 65 yards ... added 359 yards and three TDs on 61 carries (5.9 ypc) as a sophomore ... also threw for 290 yards and three TDs and caught five passes for 121 yards (24.2 ypc) and two TDs ... played for coach Terry Cron ... a three-year letterman in track and field ... competed in 4x200 and 4x400-meter relays ... holds personal bests of 21.8 in the 200 meters and 49.5 in the 400 meters ... also ran hurdles with personal bests of 15.1 in the 110-meter hurdles and 40.8 in the 300-meter hurdles ... is the school record holder in both the long jump (23 feet, 8 inches) and triple jump (46 feet, 3.5 inches) ... also a three-year letterman in baseball and basketball.
Personal: Majoring in communications.