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CFB : ATS Matchup
Thursday 11/22/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore
TCU
 
TEXAS
+7  

-7  
+220

-300

54.5
 
20
Final
13

TCU (6 - 4) at TEXAS (8 - 2)
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Week 13 Thursday, 11/22/2012 7:30 PM
Board OpenLatest
109TCU5855.5
110TEXAS-8-7
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games6-4+0.34-64-531.515.9411.5(5.6)2.524.010.3326.3(5.1)2.6
Road Games4-1+4.62-32-329.214.6380.2(5.1)2.423.410.6368.2(5.3)3.6
Last 3 Games1-2-0.41-21-221.09.3341.0(4.8)2.732.314.3356.3(4.9)2.0
Turf Games4-1+4.62-32-329.214.6380.2(5.1)2.423.410.6368.2(5.3)3.6
Conference Games3-4-1.62-54-329.711.7427.1(5.5)2.931.013.3374.3(5.6)2.1
TCU - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)31.515.920.833:3840-155(3.9)20-3360.2%256(7.7)73-411(5.6)(13.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.718.62230:0337-160(4.3)22-3463.0%268(7.8)71-428(6)(13.1)
Offense Road Games29.214.619.435:1343-140(3.3)19-3258.6%240(7.4)75-380(5.1)(13)
Defense (All Games)24.010.316.426:2231-98(3.1)18-3353.8%228(6.9)64-326(5.1)(13.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.30.415.921.630:5737-160(4.3)21-3560.8%254(7.2)72-413(5.7)(13.6)
Defense Road Games23.410.619.024:4731-88(2.8)20-3852.1%281(7.4)69-368(5.3)(15.7)

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games8-2+2.55-55-539.621.6457.9(6.6)0.829.116.4429.6(6.1)1.6
Home Games4-1-1.42-32-343.226.2481.0(6.8)0.424.414.8386.0(5.6)2.0
Last 3 Games3-0+3.92-10-328.317.0459.3(7.1)0.715.311.3330.3(5)1.0
Turf Games8-1+3.55-44-541.723.8476.7(6.8)0.625.314.2402.1(5.9)1.7
Conference Games5-2+1.53-44-335.420.6433.7(6.4)1.034.720.7473.0(6.4)1.3
TEXAS - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)39.621.622.231:2740-197(4.9)20-2968.4%261(9)69-458(6.6)(11.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.816.42231:4138-168(4.4)21-3561.9%262(7.6)73-430(5.9)(14)
Offense Home Games43.226.224.232:0341-207(5)22-3072.0%274(9.1)71-481(6.8)(11.1)
Defense (All Games)29.116.421.728:3340-200(5)18-3059.7%230(7.7)70-430(6.1)(14.8)
Opponents Offensive Avg.33.518.523.629:2740-186(4.7)22-3563.0%268(7.7)74-455(6.1)(13.6)
Defense Home Games24.414.820.227:5739-173(4.5)18-3061.7%213(7.1)69-386(5.6)(15.8)
Average power rating of opponents played: TCU 36.8,  TEXAS 39.4
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/29/2012@ SMU24-16W-13.5L51.5U47-5412-28-102222-3015-40-1906
10/6/2012IOWA ST23-37L-7L40.5O43-18523-40-270535-15213-22-1981
10/13/2012@ BAYLOR49-21W6W68.5O57-24822-30-261032-10615-23-3266
10/20/2012TEXAS TECH53-56L-1.5L57O42-18426-47-332327-7130-42-3180
10/27/2012@ OKLAHOMA ST14-36L7L64U27-12124-44-223340-14718-33-3242
11/3/2012@ W VIRGINIA39-38W4W69.5O45-12613-30-279335-7832-55-2602
11/10/2012KANSAS ST10-23L6.5L57U33-9618-33-178234-11512-21-1452
11/22/2012@ TEXAS            
12/1/2012OKLAHOMA            

TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/29/2012@ OKLAHOMA ST41-36W-2W63.5O42-13630-38-304140-27518-27-3011
10/6/2012W VIRGINIA45-48L-8L73O39-13522-29-269142-19225-35-2682
10/13/2012*OKLAHOMA21-63L3L54.5O23-7418-37-215351-34322-39-3341
10/20/2012BAYLOR56-50W-9.5L79.5O44-25119-31-274044-25530-41-3522
10/27/2012@ KANSAS21-17W-18L59.5U35-21113-23-131256-2343-9-391
11/3/2012@ TEXAS TECH31-22W6W66.5U39-16311-19-264028-11226-44-3290
11/10/2012IOWA ST33-7W-10W53.5U45-22226-32-387031-14415-29-1332
11/22/2012TCU            
12/1/2012@ KANSAS ST            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
TCU: TCU now moves to the Big 12 complete with a $164 million overhaul of its stadium, which will remain a difficult place to win for any opponent. The Horned Frogs are fresh off a 10-2 season with their only blemishes coming at Baylor (50-48) and an overtime loss to SMU. The majority of their starters return, including junior QB Casey Pachall (2,921 pass yds, 25 TD, 7 INT) and senior RB Ed Wesley (726 rush yds, 6.1 YPC, 6 TD), who were both keys in the team scoring 40.9 PPG last year (9th in FBS). The offensive line has a lot of openings, but they should be good enough by the start of the season to support this explosive backfield that rushed for 209 YPG in 2011. While the Horned Frogs have a dominant defensive line and quality linebackers, their secondary could be a problem against the historically strong passing offenses in the Big 12.
TEXAS: After two straight losing seasons in Big 12 play, Texas is confident it can get back to the top of the conference standings in 2012. To do so, the defense will have to lead them there. Despite playing in an explosive offensive conference, the Longhorns finished 11th in the nation in total defense (306 YPG), holding five of their final seven opponents to 20 points or less. Most of this unit remains intact, highlighted by a stellar secondary. There are still question marks on offense, namely QB with the underwhelming duo of David Ash (4 TD, 8 INT) and Case McCoy (7 TD, 4 INT) returning. Texas will be able to run the football again (203 rush YPG) with a bevy of talented backs, most notably Joe Bergeron (463 rush yds, 6.4 YPC, 5 TD) and Malcolm Brown (742 rush yds, 5 TD).
PREVIEW
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (TCU-TEXAS) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*TCU-Texas Preview* ===================

TCU (6-4) at No. 16 Texas (8-2), 7:30 p.m. EDT

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas has a new rival. Or make that an old one.

With the breakup of the annual Texas-Texas A&M rivalry after more than 100 years, the No. 18 Longhorns will face Big 12 newcomer TCU on Thanksgiving night in a renewal of an old Southwest Conference grudge match.

And the Longhorns (8-2, 5-2) acknowledged Monday that not having the Aggies to knock heads with anymore feels kind of weird.

"I miss it a lot," senior free safety Kenny Vaccaro said. "I wish we could play them one more time."

Although the Longhorns and Aggies could still meet in a bowl, the annual rivalry ended last season, Texas A&M's last in the Big 12. Texas won the last game 27-25 on a last-second field goal.

"We ended it the way we needed to end it," junior strong safety Adrian Phillips said.

Unlike most of last season's second half, the Longhorns are playing much better down the stretch. They've won four straight since back-to-back losses to West Virginia and Oklahoma, piling up 609 yards of offense Nov. 10 in a 33-7 rout of Iowa State.

"Offensively we've been pretty good overall," coach Mack Brown said. "... Our defense was what was really, really poor, and I think we're improving as a team because our defense is improving. And I think the reason they're improving is they're playing with more confidence."

TCU's defense, on the other hand, has given up 38.3 points per game while losing three of its last four. It fared better against then-No. 3 Kansas State on Nov. 10, but the offense produced nothing until less than seven minutes remained in the fourth quarter of a 23-10 loss.

Texas has played on Thanksgiving 75 times dating to 1895, including 64 games against the Aggies. Texas wanted to keep its holiday game tradition and the Big 12 served up TCU this year.

The Horned Frogs (6-4, 3-4) are one of Texas' oldest rivals even though the teams have met just once since the breakup of the old Southwest Conference in 1995. Texas and TCU have played 82 times, making it the fifth-most played series in Texas history.

Brown said he was sorry to see the rivalry with A&M disappear, but he's glad the Longhorns still get to play a Texas-based team on Thursday.

"Realignment has changed traditions, it's changed history, which I don't like," Brown said. "I'm really excited we're playing an old Southwest rival that has really done a great job in the BCS the last few years. The same people will watch this game that were going to watch A&M. Fans will be excited about it."

The change in opponent has forced some changes to some other longstanding traditions.

The annual team dinner was renamed from the "Aggie Supper" to the "Senior Supper" to send off the senior players before their last home game. Also, Texas hosts an annual nighttime "Hex Rally" before the A&M game, a tradition that started in 1941. The school still planned to hold a rally to put the hex on TCU.

"We asked a lot of students and players and they were just about unanimous that they wanted to keep that tradition," Brown said. "It puts the hex on the opponent regardless of the opponent, no matter who it is. Our fans and the TCU fans will be excited."

Texas dominated the old series with the Horned Frogs 61-20-1. The last meeting in 2007 was a 34-13 Texas victory.

When asked if he'd like to make TCU a permanent Thanksgiving opponent, Brown said that decision "will be above me. I didn't have anything to do with TCU. That was made through the conference."

Texas junior guard Mason Walters predicted Texas fans will embrace the "new" rivalry, even if it's just for one Thanksgiving game. Walters said he's already heard from some "much older" players and fans who remember the heyday of the Horned Frogs-Longhorns rivalry in the SWC.

"They're talking about TCU," Walters said. "It means something to them."

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