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... Every TCU-West Virginia game to this point has been awesome. In 2012, a 2-point conversion from Trevone Boykin to Josh Boyce in double overtime gave TCU a 39-38 win. In 2013, a field goal in overtime gave West Virginia a 30-27 win. In 2014, West ... Comment?
The former TCU wide receiver, who is the top three all-time for touchdown receptions, receptions, and yards, was signed by Cleveland Sunday after being cut by the Indianapolis Colts earlier in the week. Originally drafted by the New England Patriots, Boyce struggled with injuries early in his career and had trouble working his way up the depth chart for the Pats, who had a plethora of similar receivers on their roster. Comment?
The 5-foot-11 and 205-pound Boyce was selected in the fourth-round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. He appeared in nine games for the Patriots that season, finishing with nine receptions for 121 yards. Comment?
Boyce was with the Colts for only four months, having signed in April. He previously spent three years with the Patriots, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2013. Comment?
... around. In his three years as TCU's offensive coordinator and four years as Memphis' head coach, only receiver Josh Boyce came close to a 1,000-yard receiving season, posting 998 yards for the Horned Frogs in 2011. In an ideal situation, offensive ... Comment?
... career with a school record 2,785 receiving yards and 29 touchdown catches, shattering former Horned Frog Josh Boyce's previous record of 22. He also compiled 180 receptions, which ranks second in the school's record books. Including his freshman ... Comment?
Could these two TCU legends lead their squad past Trevone Boykin and Paul Dawson's 2014 team? - Jeff Gross/Getty Images The two best TCU teams of the modern era will never have the chance to square off... but... what if they did? The other day on Twitter, TCU grads and former football wide receivers Josh Boyce and David Porter raised an interesting question: if the undefeated, Rose Bowl Champion, 2010 squad, and the one-loss, Big XII and Peach Bowl Champion 2014 squad, were to play a game against each other, who would win? A lot of former Frogs got involved in the debate, each taking the side of the team they played for, of course. It's an interesting question, and there's no easy answer. Comment?
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