Austin, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Trevone Boykin threw two touchdown passes and ran for another and No. 6 TCU made a statement with a 48-10 road win over Texas on Thursday. Boykin completed 20-of-34 for 233 yards and carried the ball 12 times for 50 in TCUs sixth straight win. Aaron Green ran for 73 yards and a touchdown and Josh Doctson made seven receptions for 115 and a score. TCU (10-1, 7-1 Big 12) will need a win next week in its regular-season finale against Iowa State and help in order to sneak into the Top 4 of college footballs inaugural playoff. Tyrone Swoopes passed for 200 yards and a touchdown but was picked off a career-worst four times, as Texas (6-6, 5-4) saw its three-game win streak come to an end. Texas went three-and-out on the games first possession and Cameron Echols- Luper returned Michael Davidsons punt 53 yards to the Texas 27. TCU only gained two yards on three plays and had to settle for Jaden Oberkroms 42-yard field goal. Sam Carter intercepted Swoopes later in the first, leading to a 29-yarder from Oberkrom. The Longhorns finally sustained a drive late in the first, picking up three first downs to get to the TCU 39. But Jonathan Gray was tackled for a loss of 10 yards on first down and Swoopes fumbled on second down. Davion Pierson got to Swoopes and jarred the ball loose, and Terrell Lathan scooped it up and ran 40 yards untouched to the end zone. Nick Rose hit from 47 yards at 7:56 of the second to put Texas on the board, but TCUs offense came alive and found the end zone late in the half to send the Horned Frogs into halftime with a 20-3 lead. Doctsons 38-yard reception highlighted the scoring drive, and David Porter hauled in a TD grab from four yards out on 3rd-and-goal. Neither team scored in the third, but Doctson won a jump ball in the left side of the end zone on the first play of the fourth. His 22-yard touchdown made it 27-3. Texas responded less than a minute later, when Armant Foreman caught a short pass from Swoopes and ran 73 yards down the left sideline for the lone Longhorns touchdown. TCU scored 21 unanswered points from there, with Boykin and Green both running for touchdowns and Josh Carraway intercepting Swoopes and taking it back. Game Notes Swoopes had only been intercepted three times over his last six games ... Texas went 5-for-18 on third down ... The Longhorns were only penalized three times for 17 yards. Air Max 270 France Pas Cher . Next week, hell try to add to the list. A Stanley Cup champion as a rookie, Seguin followed that up by becoming the youngest player to lead the Boston Bruins in scoring. Air Max 270 Bowfin Femme .200. His solution to his hitting woes was business in the front and a party in the back."That would be a mullet," Norris says. http://www.nike720pascher.fr/air-max-270-flyknit-pas-cher.html . The team of Lars Nelson, Daniel Richardsson, Johan Olsson, and anchor Marcus Hellner cruised to victory in the 4x10 km event, winning in a time of one hour, 28 minutes, and 42. Air Max 720 Soldes . "Its not done, but its a huge step," Hannover general manager Dirk Dufner said. Poor defending allowed the visitors to score in the second minute, when Leon Andreasens header from Christian Panders cross sent the ball inside the far post. Air Vapormax Utility Pas Cher .com) - The Oklahoma City Thunder will try to get back on track Monday night when they welcome the Minnesota Timberwolves to Chesapeake Energy Arena.INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Indianapolis tight end Dallas Clark will retire Wednesday with the team that brought him into the NFL. Clark was Indys first-round pick in 2003. In nine seasons, he broke the franchises career tight end records for receptions (427) and TD catches (46) and finished second in yards receiving (4,887) and 100-yard games (seven). He also set Colts single season records with 100 receptions and 1,1106 yards in 2009 and 11 TD catches in 2007.dddddddddddd He was released following the 2011 season, part of the rebuilding purge that included the release of Peyton Manning and defensive captain Gary Brackett among others. Clark landed with Tampa Bay in 2012 and played in Baltimore last year. He finished with 505 receptions, 5,665 yards and 53 TDs. The Colts announced the retirement Monday. ' ' '