2003 Fort Worth Bowl
|2003 PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl|
|Date||December 23, 2003|
|Stadium||Amon G. Carter Stadium|
|Location||Fort Worth, Texas|
|Referee||Raymond Vaughn (MAC)|
|United States TV coverage|
|Announcers||Ron Franklin (Play-by-Play)|
Mike Gottfried (Analyst)
Adrian Karsten (Sideline)
TCU scored first when running back Corey Rodgers scored on a 3-yard touchdown run, giving TCU the early 7–0 lead. Boise State responded when quarterback Ryan Dinwiddie connected with T.J. Acree for a 27-yard touchdown pass tying the game at 7. TCU reclaimed the lead at 14–7 when Brandon Hassell fired a 22-yard touchdown pass to Cory Rodgers.
In the second quarter, Brandon Hassell scored on a 21-yard touchdown run giving TCU a 21–7 lead. Ryan Dinwiddie threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Carpenter to pull Boise State to 21–14. Running back David Mikell ran 75-yards for a touchdown, to tie the game at 21 before halftime.
In the third quarter, Nick Browne reclaimed the lead after he drilled a 32-yard field goal. Boise State responded with two field goals of their own to take a 27–24 lead into the fourth quarter. TCU running back Lonta Hobbs scored on a 7-yard touchdown run to give TCU a 31–27 lead. Ryan Dinwiddie won the game for Boise State when he fired an 18-yard touchdown pass to Derek Schouman to make the final 34–31, Boise State.