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Boykin scores his first touchdown on TCU’s trick play against Iowa State

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: December 6th, 2014 at 12:38 PM EST

The Texas Christian University Horned Frogs are hoping to blow out the Iowa State Cyclones to keep their College Football playoff hopes alive. In order to do that, the Horned Frogs need to score early and often.

To do that, for their first touchdown of the game, the TCU offensive staff pulled out a trick play for a score.

Trevone Boykin (Getty Images)

Trevone Boykin (Getty Images)

Trevone Boykin, who is normally the quarterback, began this play as the quarterback. Then, he passed to David Porter, who instead of running, threw the ball back to an open Boykin, who began to run a route.

Boykin would then go untouched up the sideline for a 55-yard touchdown to give TCU a 7-0 lead. This is the junior quarterback’s first career receiving touchdown.

Minutes later, TCU would add a short rushing touchdown by Aaron Green, as the Fort Worth, Texas team now lead 14-0.


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