Found August 28, 2013 on Fox Sports:
(Eds: APNewsNow.) By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer TCU coach Gary Patterson might find a way to start two quarterbacks in the season opener. While either Casey Pachall or Trevone Boykin will have to take the first snap for the 20th-ranked Horned Frogs against No. 12 LSU, Patterson is now throwing out the possibility of both being on the field Saturday night. Pachall and Boykin will serve as offensive co-captains and both will play even if not at the same time. Pachall is 15-2 as TCU's starter. Boykin won three Big 12 road games as a freshman while throwing for 2,054 yards and 15 touchdowns last season, when Pachall left school after a 4-0 start for treatment in a substance abuse program.

TCU has chance at national statement vs. LSU

FORT WORTH, Texas Near the bottom of the TCU "By Any Means" team pyramid for success in 2013 is the "Leave No Doubt" line which has Saturday's LSU game lumped in with games against Southeastern Louisiana and SMU. While a win against LSU would count the same as the other two non-conference games, it's the only one of the three that would make a statement...

Uniformed Fields still unlikely to play for TCU

Suspended TCU defensive end Devonte Fields will be in uniform when the 20th-ranked Horned Frogs open the season against No. 12 LSU. The depth chart released by TCU lists Fields or Matt Anderson starting at right defensive end, but it's still unlikely the reigning Big 12 defensive player of the year will play Saturday night. TCU announced in May that Fields was suspended for...

Photo: TCU Unveils New “Ranidaphobia” Billboard

Just a few days before the TCU Horned Frogs begin their 2013 season on national television, TCU sports information director Mark Cohen took to Twitter to show off a new billboard, located in downtown Fort Worth. The billboard sports the phrase “#Ranidaphobia.” For those unaware, Ranidaphobia is a fear of frogs. It’s also a slight reference to the team’s slogan for this...

TCU Coach Gary Patterson On Unanswered Questions: “You’ll Find Out At Game Time”

At least we know what they’ll be wearing. With many questions still unanswered four days before his team faces LSU at AT&T Stadium, TCU head coach Gary Patterson made it clear that they’d remain that way until Saturday night. “You’ll find out at game time,” Patterson said. The all-time winningest coach at TCU was asked whether star defensive end Devonte Fields would...

Scouting Report: TCU Defensive Line

TSD takes an in-depth look at at the TCU defensive line in advance of Saturday's season opener. How might the Frogs' front four look with or without suspended star Devonte Fields, and how will LSU neutralize DT Chucky Hunter. The answers are inside.

Frogs look for different proof vs. No. 12 LSU

(Eds: APNewsNow.) By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer When TCU was still a BCS buster, these were the kind of games the Horned Frogs had to play in hopes of proving themselves. The 20th-ranked Frogs play Saturday night against No. 12 LSU. And now they're trying to make a Big 12 statement against the SEC. TCU was still playing in the Mountain West when a series with LSU was...

Bryant Meets With The Media

TCU tight end Stephen Bryant met with the media on Tuesday to discuss this week's opening game against LSU.

Bragging rights on the line for Paris

Though originally from New Orleans, LSU commit Ed Paris moved into TCU territory after Hurricane Katrina. Close with several players currently committed to the Horned Frogs, Paris predicts his future team will come out on top in the 2013 season opener.

Settle It: LSU vs. TCU, who will win in The House That Jerry Built?

Will the revamped LSU Tigers take it to TCU, or will the Horned Frogs represent the Big 12 in a big way and leave Dallas with a win? What's your prediction?

5 Questions: TCU

With only two days left until No. 12 LSU meets No. 20 TCU in Arlington, excitement is at a fever pitch. To bring you the latest on the Horned Frogs, TSD caught up with Jeremy Clark, managing editor of, for five TCU-based questions.

For starters, 4 Big 12 teams still not naming QB

(Eds: APNewsNow.) By STEPHEN HAWKINS AP Sports Writer With only a few practices left before season openers this week, four of the 10 teams in the Big 12 haven't even named a starting quarterback. TCU coach Gary Patterson said Monday that everybody will know who starts for the 20th-ranked Horned Frogs when either Casey Pachall or Trevone Boykin run out on the field against 12th...
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