San Diego State vs. TCU NCAA College Football 2010 Live Coverage on Versus

TCU Horned Frogs are unbeaten both in the overall NCAA football standings and in the conference standings. This team is well on the road to a perfect season and if they will defeat San Diego State Aztecs today they would have win past their biggest opponents. TCU defeated then number 5 Utah last week in a game that was totally dominated by them, 47-7. Can they dominate again today against San Diego State?

San Diego State quarterback Ryan Lindley fires a pass in the first half against Colorado State during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

San Diego State Aztecs started its four game winning streak by defeating then number 23 Air Force 27-25 and since then they had been well in the football field. Today and next week will be the toughest of games for the Aztecs. After today’s game they will be facing number 14 Utah and a win on these two games might just move them up into the official rankings table.

TCU had been dominating San Diego State for quite some time. In their last five meetings, TCU outscores the Aztecs by an average of 28.8 points. Just last season TCu defeated San Diego State, 55-12. The Horned Frogs rolled up 551 yards as Andy Dalton passed for 239 yards with two touchdowns and also ran for two scores.

Dalton is a player which TCU must protect and not over used since he is one of the major reason why TCU is such in a very good season. He passed for a career-high 355 yards and three touchdowns against Utah, giving him 14 TDs to one interception in six MWC games. The Frogs, first in the league with averages of 41.4 points and 492.9 yards of total offense, are outscoring their conference opponents 236-23.

Will TCU Horned Frogs stay undefeated or will the San Diego State Aztecs deliver their first defeat this season? Watch out for San Diego State vs TCU NCAA College football game update later.

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