It’s been seven decades since TCU’s only undefeated, untied team ruled college football. Led by their three All-Americans Davey O’Brien, Ki Aldrich and I.B. Hale, the 1938 Frogs were 11-0 and undisputed national champions. This season as TCU Athletics celebrates the 70th anniversary of arguably the Frogs’ great team ever and inducts the entire squad into the Lettermen’s Hall of Fame, here are 38 things you may not know about the 1938 National Champion Horned Frogs.
Three new Energy Institute labs promise to tease out the unknowns in the Barnett Shale.
New name for AddRan AddRan College of Humanities and Social Sciences became AddRan College of Liberal Arts in August as the fall semester began. Orientation faces challenges Faced with a campus full of demolition and construction, student orientation this summer was a bit, well, disorienting. With the old Brown-Lupton Student Center demolished and the new
Donation came from Paul and Judy Andrews of Fort Worth.
Two new sessions — Eco and London — give students more reasons to love being a Horned Frog.
Students organize energy club.
Thirty years ago, professor of piano Tamas Ungar joined the School of Music faculty. In three decades, he’s helped elevate piano education at TCU, started a renowned summer festival and further cemented Fort Worth as a major hub in the piano universe.
Every student can enjoy the thrill of victory through club sports.
As the country struggles to provide the energy we need for a burgeoning population, TCU is chasing solutions.