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For seemingly forever, K-State was the only team to wear purple in the Big 12 conference – that being until TCU joined last season. During Thursday’s game against Texas Tech, sophomore quarterback Trevone Boykin might have been caught sporting a Wildcat sleeve during the game. This sleeve has been worn by K-State basketball players in the past.
@UniWatch TCU qb is wearing a kstate basketball shooting sleeve (can see powercat logo near bottom) pic.twitter.com/G9YKo8Gopc
— Dave Smoller (@dsmolls) September 13, 2013
If so, one of two things happened here. Nike either has not made a TCU-style arm sleeve like this yet, or Boykin secretly bleeds K-State purple.
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TCU Horned Frogs quarterback Trevone Boykin was spotted wearing a Kansas State arm sleeve featuring the Wildcats' "Powercat" logo. Whoops.
12 years ago, an unimaginable tragedy occurred in our nation’s history. Today, the TCU equipment staff showed its own way of commemorating the event that changed so many lives.
9/11 #NeverForgotten pic.twitter.com/yHik1i96zs
— TCU Equipment (@TCU_Equipment) September 11, 2013
It hasn’t been made clear yet whether the Horned Frog football team will don these exact chrome...
It wasn’t a thing of beauty, but it was a huge win nonetheless for Texas Tech on Thursday night. Many people thought TCU was the dark horse to win the Big 12 this season, if not one of the outright favorites. On the flip side, Texas Tech was a bit of an afterthought, at least as being a contender in the Big 12 race goes. Now, the Red Raiders look like a team that could make some...
Around the nation Wednesday people from all walks of life remembered and honored the victims of the terrorist attacks on 9/11 and the first responders that ran into the mouth of danger that tragic day. TCU Equipment tweeted a picture of the decals that the Horned Frogs will have on their helmets in honor of those people.
They haven't said when they will have it on, but it...
Somehow, someway a real live fox made it's way onto the field during the Texas Tech vs. TCU game. Here's photo proof.
What does the fox say? We’re not sure, but if you were in Lubbock, Texas, on Thursday night, you’d have a chance to ask it yourself.
During the third quarter of a Big 12 matchup between TCU and Texas Tech, the furry critter invaded the visitors’ sideline, taking a few laps as members of the Horned Frogs staff tried to corral it.
Check out the surprise visitor in the video below...
Cameron Brock breaks down the TCU player to watch as the Red Raiders face the Horned Frogs to open up Big 12 Conference play.
TCU takes on Texas Tech on Thursday night, but the Horned Frogs' mascot may not be there after missing the team plane. Whoops.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders and TCU Horned Frogs had a little visitor on the field during Thursday night's game--a fox. No, that's not a euphemism for anything. There was an actual fox running around on the sideline!
The poor guy must have thought he was going to meet some other foxes there so when he realized he was all alone he tried to find...
The Red Raiders had to play two freshmen quarterbacks to win the game but in the end the Red Raiders perfect start to the season continued.
Thursday night's nationally televised showcase game features the TCU Horned Frogs in a Big 12 battle with Texas Tech. Here are a preview and predictions.
Here is everything that you all need to get ready for the game between the Red Raiders and Horned Frogs.
Notes and quotes from the Red Raiders upset victory against the Horned Frogs on Thursday night at Jones AT&T Stadium.