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    Oct. 23, 2004

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    FORT WORTH, Texas -

    2004 HOUSTON COUGAR FOOTBALL
    Houston Cougars (1-6, 1-3 C-USA) at TCU Horned Frogs (4-3, 2-2 C-USA)
    Saturday, October 23, 2004 * Amon G. Carter Stadium * Fort Worth, Texas

    POSTGAME NOTES
    ** Houston's lead over TCU in the all-time series fell to 13-11 (.542)... Cougars fell to 57-54 (.514) against current Conference USA teams... Cougars fell to 109-117-6 (.483) all-time in the month of October... Cougars are 101-95-8 (.515) all time against teams from the state of Texas.

    ** The Cougars endured their 300th all-time loss in the 58-plus-year history of UH Football... In more than 58 years, the Cougars have posted a combined 321-300-15 all-time record.

    ** The Cougars dropped their seventh consecutive game to TCU with Saturday's loss... The last UH win was a 49-46 decision at the Houston Astrodome on Oct. 31, 1992... The Cougars have not defeated TCU at Amon Carter Stadium since taking a 55-10 win on Nov. 4, 1989, a five-game road losing streak to the Horned Frogs.

    ** With his reception on the Cougars' first play from scrimmage, wide receiver Vincent Marshall caught a pass in his 20th consecutive game.

    ** With 123 receiving yards, wide receiver Vincent Marshall recorded his third consecutive 100-yard receiving game and the fifth 100-yard game of his career... It also was his fourth 100-yard game of the 2004 season.

    ** With nine receptions, wide receiver Vincent Marshall tied his personal single-game best in that category... His total equaled his previous best of nine catches set against Army on Sept. 18, 2004.

    ** Quarterback Kevin Kolb's 43-yard run around the 9:30 mark of the second quarter was the longest run of his career... It topped his previous long of 32 yards against TCU on Oct. 25, 2003.

     

     

    ** Quarterback Kevin Kolb set new personal single-game highs with 25 completions and 44 pass attempts... His completion total topped his previous best of 24 set at Army on Nov. 15, 2003... His pass attempt total topped his previous best of 39 set at Tulane on Oct. 11, 2003.

    ** With three touchdown passes, quarterback Kevin Kolb recorded his first multi-touchdown game of the 2004 season... It was the 10th multi-touchdown game of his career.... It also was the fourth time in his career that Kolb threw at least three touchdown passes in a game.

    ** With 309 yards of total offense (53 rush, 256 pass), quarterback Kevin Kolb became only the seventh player in school history to record more than 5,000 yards of total offense during his career... Kolb moved past Jimmy Klingler (1991-93) into sixth place in UH career history in that category and now has 5,120 yards of total offense during his career... Up next in the UH records book is Jimmy Klingler (1991-93), who compiled 5,122 yards of total offense (-122 rush, 5,244 pass) during his career.

    ** With 25 completions, quarterback Kevin Kolb moved past Gerald Landry (1983-86) into sixth place in UH career history with 343 completions... Up next in the UH records book is Jimmy Klingler (1991-93), who completed 428 passes during his career.

    ** By taking part in 57 plays (44 pass, 13 rush) against TCU, quarterback Kevin Kolb moved past Gary Mullins (1969-71) into eighth place in UH career history with 792 total plays... Up next in the UH records book is Jimmy Klingler (191-93), who took part in 830 plays during his career.

    ** Safety Rocky Schwartz recorded his first career interception at the 1:09 mark of the second quarter.

    ** With his 21-yard field goal at the 0:02 mark of the second quarter, kicker Dustin Bell recorded his second field goal of the game... It was the 14th multi-field goal game of his career and his fourth multi-field goal game of the 2004 season... It also was his fourth multi-field goal game in the Cougars' last five games.

    ** With three field goals, kicker Dustin Bell tied his single-game high with three field goals and recorded his second consecutive game with three field goals... His total equaled his previous single-game best of three field goals against Southern Miss on Oct. 7, 2004, and Louisiana-Lafayette of the Sun Belt Conference on Sept. 14, 2002.

    ** With nine points scored (three field goals), kicker Dustin Bell became only the sixth player in UH career history to score more than 200 points... Bell has now scored 204 points during his career.

    ** Tight end John McGilvray returned his first career kickoff around the 4:45 mark of the third quarter.

    ** Running back Ryan Gilbert recorded his first career receiving touchdown at the 9:04 mark of the fourth quarter... It was Gilbert's third overall touchdown of the 2004 season.

    ** With six receptions for 73 yards, wide receiver Perry McDaniel set new personal single-game bests in both categories... His reception total topped his previous best of two set at Oklahoma (Sept. 11, 2004), vs. Army (Sept. 18, 2004) and vs. Miami (Fla.) (Sept. 23, 2004)... His yardage total topped his previous best of 31 yards set against Army (Sept. 18, 2004).

    ** Running back Anthony Evans returned to the Cougar lineup for the first time since the Army game on Sept. 18.

    ** CONSECUTIVE STARTS STREAKS: Defensive tackle Kade Lane made his 31st consecutive start, dating back to Aug. 31, 2002, against Rice at Rice Stadium.

    ** FIRST STARTS: Senior defensive end Kendrick Goss made his first career start of the 2004 season left end.

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