TCU head coach Gary Patterson made a comment earlier in the week how he though the New Mexico Lobos were a dangerous team, but that does not seem to be the case Saturday afternoon. TCU came out running on all cylinders by scoring three touchdowns in the first and second quarters to lead 41-0 at the half and extended their lead to 55-0 at the end of the third quarter.
TCU has had a balanced attack passing and running the ball with Casey Pachall throwing for two touchdowns and 175 yards before being relieved of for backup Matt Brown. The running game has been running at will with Ed Wesley averaging 12 yards per carry so far and a touchdown, and the backs on the day have 200 yards and five total rushing scores.
The TCU defense is showing signs of the past by allowing only 44 yards and forced three turnovers on the day and the game is heading into the fourth quarter.
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