Two of the greatest players in the history of the TCU football program have combined for a pretty great Horned Frogs’ picture.
Today is TCU’s pro day, and NFL quarterback Andy Dalton is back in Fort Worth to support his former program.
Dalton, who led TCU to a Rose Bowl victory in 2011, is watching the Horned Frogs’ pro hopefuls go through drills with current QB Trevone...
TCU finished 12-1 in 2014, splitting the Big 12 regular season title with Baylor and routing Ole Miss 42-3 in the Peach Bowl. They also ended up No. 3 in the final Associated Press rankings.
For their efforts, the Horned Frogs received some rather nice bling. Here’s a look at the team’s championship rings, courtesy of cornerbacks coach Paul Gonzales.
#WinningIsMotive but commemorative...
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Stanford has agreed to a pair of series with Vanderbilt and TCU.
Stanford and Vanderbilt announced Wednesday that they will meet four times between 2021 and 2027. The Cardinal will play at Vanderbilt in 2021 and 2025, while the Commodores will travel to Stanford in 2024 and 2027.
The two private schools have never played each other, and the Cardinal have never...
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2 days ago
DALLAS (AP) -- Kelsey Lang had 14 points on 7-of-11 shooting and No. 6 seed Texas women knocked off third-seeded TCU 67-61 in the Big 12 quarterfinals on Saturday.
The Longhorns (21-9) held off a late challenge from the Horned Frogs to advance to the semifinals where they will face No. 2 seed Oklahoma on Sunday.
Zahna Medley hit a 3-pointer with 46 seconds left that capped a 7-1...
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20 days ago
TCU football covered a lot of ground on the gridiron this year. The Horned Frogs finished fifth in total yards, putting up 6929 on the season. The offense wasn’t the only part of the program moving though. Fiery head coach Gary Patterson was all over the place as well, according to his assistant Ashley Stamp. She recorded his steps during the Big 12 season and bowl game against...
The years come and go — a reality never more present than on New Year’s Day — and sports continue to amaze us.
The new year of 2015 didn’t waste much time causing our mouths to drop, our brains to explode, our hearts to thump-thump-thump away.
Like a slow-motion train wreck, one calamity after another visited the Baylor Bears at a point in time when 143 different negative...
Arby’s got roast beef sandwiches and jokes.
The Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl was a big ol’ slop fest, as Ole Miss and TCU combined for six turnovers in the first half alone. It was an ugly game in every way possible, but it also provided Arby’s with the perfect opportunity to promote some tasty treats of their own.
Is this the Arby's Turnover Bowl? #TCUvsOleMiss— Arby's (@Arbys...
Ole Miss was having just a little bit of trouble keeping the TCU defense out of the backfield during the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Wednesday afternoon. At one point in the game it appears that the Rebels considered going with a different set of big ole bodies in hopes that they could slow down the Horned Frogs.A cow should be able to handle a frog, right? Read more »
TCU made an incredibly loud statement during the first half of the Peach Bowl on Wednesday, dominating Ole Miss in every phase of the game and storming out to a 28-0 lead. The game got so ugly that the Horned Frogs began relentlessly taunting the “Landshark” defense. Those who have followed the Rebels ferocious defense...Read More
The TCU Horned Frogs might wish they were playing in one of the national semifinals but Gary Patterson’s team appears very hungry at the Peach Bowl. They opened one of the best non-playoff bowl matchups with a perfectly executed trick play to go ahead 7-0. They would add another touchdown midway through the first for
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Even though the TCU Horned Frogs missed out on the College Football Playoff, you can’t deny that Gary Patterson’s team was one of the most impressive in the nation this season. For their efforts, the Horned Frogs will play a very good Ole Miss team in this afternoon’s Peach Bowl in Atlanta. TCU is fired up for the bowl bid, and released a very cool “#BeatOleMiss” hype video...
More than three weeks removed from the College Football Playoff committee's final ranking, the No. 6 TCU Horned Frogs are mere hours from kicking off the Peach Bowl against the No. 9 Ole Miss Rebels.
It should be a dandy of a football game, even if in the back of their minds, the Frogs still don't really understand how they ended up in Georgia.
Not that they'll say any such thing...
This has been a magnificent, resplendent, roaring rebound of a season for the Texas Christian Horned Frogs.
Stuck in the muck at 4-8 in 2013, the Frogs faced plenty of questions — all of them legitimate — about their very ability to survive, let alone thrive, in the Big 12. Yes, TCU had endured a lot of bad luck in its first two Big 12 seasons — personal problems for quarterback...
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- TCU coach Gary Patterson has been named the college football coach of the year by the Walter Camp Football Foundation.
The annual award is voted on by the nation's 125 Football Bowl Subdivision head coaches and sports information directors.
Patterson, who is TCU's winningest coach with 131-45 record in 14 seasons, led the Horned Frogs to an 11-1 record this season...
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December 18, 2014
FORT WORTH, Texas – The TCU Horned Frogs will head to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl as co-champs of the Big 12 and as a team that narrowly missed on a trip to the College Football Playoffs.
They'll also do so with a head coach that has a new contract.
TCU athletic director Chris Del Conte said that coach Gary Patterson was given a new deal Sunday that will keep him as the TCU...
When arguing for TCU to earn a spot in the inaugural College Football Playoff, you could talk about how the Horned Frogs are 11-1, have won seven straight games and possess one of the country’s top-three offenses and top-20 defenses.
Or, you could take a simpler approach, the approach taken by TCU running back Aaron Green following his team’s blowout victory against Iowa State...
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby is one of the most powerful men in college athletics, which is why it's surprising he's been such a shrinking violet when it comes to advocating for his teams in the College Football Playoff. After fully endorsing an ad campaign that touted "One True Champion" beginning at Big 12 media days, Bowlsby is embracing the likely scenario of the league having...
TCU remained in the middle of the College Football Playoff discussion by coming back to beat Kansas on Saturday. The win wasn’t emphatic, but it sure beats a loss. The Student Section editors discuss how that 34-30 win should affect TCU’s place in the sport’s pecking order.
Very simply, should TCU fall in the standings?
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Kansas wide receiver Nigel King made what might have been Saturday’s play of the day against No. 4 TCU.
Two Horned Frogs defenders appeared to defend the pass and tip it out of bounds, but King was able to get a hand on it — multiple times — before finally making the grab and scampering toward the end zone.
The 78-yard touchdown reception gave the 3-6 Jayhawks an improbable...
The selection committee has made its statement: No team in college football is safe, even those with perfect records.
The 12-member committee released its third playoff rankings Tuesday night, and the top four has shifted once again. One-loss Oregon continued its upward climb by shooting to No. 2, dropping undefeated Florida State to No. 3. TCU, meanwhile, moved into the fourth...
Just being back at a TCU football game was a reason to be thankful whether the Horned Frogs won or lost a top 10 showdown with Kansas State.
A month ago, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse Nina Pham was an Ebola patient in isolation.
Saturday, the TCU alumna was surrounded by 45,000 at Amon G. Carter Stadium cheering on her alma mater.
"It's just a blessing and an honor...
So far so good for Trevone Boykin and the TCU Horned Frogs as they are leading Kansas State in the third quarter. Check out this highlight from Boykin as he sprints for the end zone and goes airborne over the defense and flips into the end zone.
Trevone Boykin drops back, takes off and FLIPS into the end zone! @drpepper #oneofakindplays http://t.co/pumgWOizZX
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Auburn-Ole Miss was the most memorable game from the past weekend, but TCU’s 31-30 thriller over West Virginia rated a very close second. TCU and West Virginia both fought long uphill battles for respect in college football in the first decade of this century. Now in the Big 12, they created a compelling drama on Saturday, one which showed that they both belong in the world of...