Tuesday, September 03, 2002

TCU-UC Stats


        CINCINNATI 36, TCU 29

       TCU 14 6 3 6 0—29
       Cincinnati 7 0 7 15 7—36

        First Quarter
       Cin—Olinger 75 pass from Guidugli (Ruffin kick), 12:41.
       TCU—Holts 42 pass from Stilling (Browne kick), 3:28.
       TCU—T.Williams 70 punt return (Browne kick), 2:00.

        Second Quarter
       TCU—FG Browne 22, 10:24.
       TCU—FG Browne 43, 4:42.

        Third Quarter
       Cin—McCleskey 9 run (Ruffin kick), 7:59.
       TCU—FG Browne 38, 3:31.

        Fourth Quarter
       TCU—FG Browne 50, 13:06.
       TCU—FG Browne 48, 7:51.
       Cin—Hall 4 run (Ruffin kick), 5:17.
       Cin—L.Vann 35 pass from Guidugli (Guidugli run), 1:36.

        Overtime
       Cin—Guidugli 14 run (Ruffin kick).

       A—15,518.

        ———


                                 TCU       CINCINNATI
First downs                       14               22
Rushed-yards                   35-97           37-122
Passing yards                    253              287
Sacked-yards lost                0-0              0-0
Return yards                     144                5
Passes                       20-31-2          18-38-4
Punts                         5-43.6           6-40.5
Fumbles-lost                     3-1              1-1
Penalties-yards               16-102             7-45
Time of possession             30:25            29:35

       ———
       INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

        RUSHING—TCU, Connally 22-91, Madison 3-16, Dunbar 1-6, Holts 1-2, Stilley 6-(minus 12). Cincinnati, McCleskey 21-84, Guidugli 8-26, Harwell 5-9, Hall 1-4, Murray 1-(minus 1).

        PASSING—TCU, Stilley 20-31-2-253. Cincinnati, Guidugli 18-38-4-287.

        RECEIVING—TCU, Dunbar 5-76, Madise 4-51, Connally 4-28, Ellis 3-26, T.Williams 2-6, Holts 1-42, Hudnall 1-24. Cincinnati, L.Vann 9-96, Olinger 3-128, Murray 2-16, Keith 1-36, McCleskey 1-7, Harwell 1-3, B.Vann 1-1.

       



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