Tye Gunn threw a 4-yard scoring pass to Michael DePriest in overtime as TCU beat Utah, 23-20, last night in Fort Worth, Texas. The loss snapped the Utes' 18-game winning streak.
Freshman Aaron Brown rushed for 163 yards on 17 carries in his debut for TCU (2-1), which rebounded from its loss to SMU after beating then-No. 7 Oklahoma to start the season.
Tied at 17 after regulation, TCU won the coin toss and elected to start overtime on defense. Utah went three-and-out and settled for a 34-yard field goal by Dan Beardall before TCU scored on its first possession.
Utah (2-1) lost for the first time since dropping a 47-35 decision to New Mexico Oct. 25, 2003. The Utes entered the game with the nation's second-longest winning streak behind top-ranked USC, which has won 23 straight.
TCU's Chris Manfredini kicked a 30-yard field late in the third quarter to tie the game at 17.
TCU contained running back Quinton Ganther to mostly short bursts and smothered short passes. One week after Johnson set a school record for pass efficiency against Utah State, missing on just three of 21 attempts, the sophomore went 15 of 30 for 208 yards. He also threw his first interception with a reckless pass into double coverage.
Wagner 52, St. Peter's 25 -- John Sciarra threw for 298 yards and five touchdowns as Wagner rolled to its third straight win, defeating St. Peter's in Jersey City. N.J.