By The Numbers: TCU at Oklahoma State

By The Numbers: TCU at Oklahoma State

TCU takes on Oklahoma State for the first time since 1993 on Saturday afternoon. Here are 15 statistics, facts and figures about the teams coming into the game:

1- The number of games TCU has played outside the state of Texas this year, a 20-6 victory against Kansas.

3- The number of flights TCU will take this season. The Frogs will fly to Stillwater, Okla. for the Saturday game.

3- The number of sacks Oklahoma State has allowed this season. Only Air Force (0) has allowed less sacks.

8- The number of sacks TCU defensive end Devonte Fields has this season. The true freshman leads the Big 12 in sacks and tackles for loss (14). He has had a sack in every game this season.

12- The number of takeaways TCU has forced in its last two away games. The Horned Frogs forced six turnovers against SMU and repeated the feat against Baylor.

14- The number of straight road conference games TCU has won, dating back to its years in the Mountain West Conference.

20- The number of receiving touchdowns TCU receiver Josh Boyce has in his career. It is an all-time school record.

32- The number of consecutive games in which Oklahoma State has scored at least 20 points. It is the second longest active streak in the nation, second only to TCU.

33- The number of straight games TCU has scored a minimum of 20 points. It is the longest active streak in the FBS.

45.7- The average number of points Oklahoma State scores per game. The Cowboys are fourth in the nation in this category.

127.5- The number of rushing yards OSU running back Joseph Randle averages per game. He has had five games with a minimum of 100 yards this season, leading all Big 12 rushers.

313.4- The average number of yards TCU allows per game. The Horned Frogs rank 17th in the nation in this statistic.

319- The number of rushing yards true freshman B.J. Catalon has on the season. Catalon leads the team in rushing yards on the year.

605.3- The average number of yards Oklahoma State's offense gains per game. It is the most yards gained by a single team per game in the Football Bowl Subdivision.

1915- The first year TCU played Oklahoma State (then called Oklahoma A&M). The Cowboys won 13-0 in Fort Worth.