Grambling St. (0-1) at No. 20 TCU (0-0), 7 p.m. (Fox Sports Southwest)
Line: No line.
Series Record: First meeting.
WHAT'S AT STAKE
TCU, one of four FBS teams that didn't have a game on college football's opening weekend, is playing its first game as a Big 12 team and its first game in its completely redone, $164 million stadium. With a victory, Gary Patterson becomes the winningest coach in school history. His 109 victories now match coach Dutch Meyer as for the most with the Horned Frogs.
Frogs young defensive line vs. Grambling's rushing game. TCU has three new starters on the defensive line, including a redshirt freshman tackle and a freshman at end opposite returning starter Stansly Maponga, whose 25 career starts are the most on TCU's roster. They could have an early test after the Tigers, hurt by two fumbled punts, piled up 356 yards rushing in their season opener against SWAC rival Alcorn State.
PLAYERS TO WATCH
Grambling St: Freshman Jeremy Runner is listed as a receiver, but ran for 166 yards on 13 carries in the Tigers' season-opening loss to Alcorn State.
TCU: WR Josh Boyce, who had 61 catches for 998 yards and nine TDs last season, just missing school records in all three categories. Boyce goes into his senior season with 15 career receiving TDs, two shy of matching that record.
FACTS & FIGURES
Over the past 10 seasons, the Frogs played their first game on the road eight times. They averaged 11 victories in those seasons. The two years they started at home, they won five games in 2004 and eight in 2007. ... TCU has won 10 consecutive home openers. ... Since 1996, Grambling has played only one game against a Top 25 team, losing 56-6 at Oklahoma State three years ago. ... Former Super Bowl MVP Doug Williams is in his second season of his second stint as coach at Grambling, his alma mater. His first was from 1998-2003, when he succeeded coach Eddie Robinson, the winningest Division I coach with 408 victories.