FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -- Joseph Turner ran for three touchdowns as TCU scored on its first five possessions on the way to a 67-6 victory over Stephen F. Austin on Saturday night in its highest-scoring game in 76 years.
Turner had a 12-yard TD run and two 4-yard scores for the Frogs (2-0), whose 67 points were one short of the school record set against Austin College in 1932. TCU led 42-7 at halftime in its home opener.
Stephen F. Austin (1-1) was held to only 143 total yards, including three yards on 17 rushing attempts.
In its home opener seven years ago against Northwestern State, another team from the lower-tier Football Championship Subdivision, TCU was upset 27-24 in overtime. The Frogs weren't going to let that happen again.
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TCU rolled up 525 total yards, 320 on the ground, led by Ryan Christian's 67 yards on 11 carries.
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