Grambling State Vs. TCU 2012: Final Score And Game Recap

The No. 20 TCU Horned Frogs were as close to perfect as is possible on Saturday night, dominating Grambling State 56-0 while committing barely any mistakes all game long.

Quarterbacks Casey Pachall and Trevonne Boykin combined to go 17-of-17 for 274 yards and four touchdowns, with Pachall going a Superman-like 9-for-9 for 201 yards and three touchdowns alone.

The Frogs would take a 42-0 lead into the half and lead 56-0 after three quarters before pulling most starters and playing mostly reserves and third string players. TCU would lead 28-0 after the first quarter alone, thanks to a punt return for a touchdown by Deante Gray as well as a 28-yard interception return by Elisha Olabode.

TCU would outgain Grambling State 527-76 for the game, with the Tigers managing just five first downs in the game while committing 11 penalties and punting 11 times.

The Frogs, on top of the domination through the air, would add 253 yards rushing with six different players carrying the ball.

For more on Horned Frogs football, visit TCU blog Frogs O' War, plus SB Nation Dallas.

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