TCU wide receiver Josh Doctson made history Thursday night, as he broke the school’s single-season receptions record when he registered his 67th reception of the season in the Horned Frogs’ game against West Virginia. And he did this with still four games to go in the season.
Josh Doctson broke school's single-season Rec. record tonight with 67 Rec. on season… TCU still has 4 games left. pic.twitter.com/PNIVJKwhNr
— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) October 30, 2015
The all-American candidate is in the midst of another stellar game, as he had nine receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns midway through the third quarter in the Horned Frogs’ game against West Virginia. At last count TCU was rolling, as it was up 37-10 over the Mountaineers in the third quarter.
Doctson, a 6’3”, 195-pound wide receiver from Mansfield, Texas, had recorded 60 receptions for 1,067 yards and 12 touchdowns prior to Thursday’s game. For his career, Doctson has accumulated 196 receptions for 2,918 yards and 32 touchdowns in his illustrious career.