Freshman Jake Repp lost his foot — but loves the life he gained as a result.
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Eddie Edmon ’68 believes God took him into the ministry by gunpoint in 1994. Now, Edmon is taking the gospel to his neighborhood by storm.
Reid Ryan ’94 — president and part-owner of the Round Rock Express minor league ballclub — follows his father’s fastball with a curve of a different kind.
As Heisman talk abounds, TCU halfback LaDainian Tomlinson looks eagerly to next season — if only to be the man Jesus wants him to be.
For a time, he captivated a nation. The Frogs were voted National Champions for the 1938 season, and Davey claimed nearly every honor available, including the Heisman, the Walter Camp and a unanimous first-team All-American.
The Heisman dates back to 1935 when the Downtown Athletic Club of New York City wanted to create an award to honor the nation’s outstanding college football player for each year.
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The Frogs bowl ’em over once again.
We ask the questions — Paul Kennedy, the director of TCU’s new Institute of Math, Science and Technology Education — gives us the answers.
A survey of music course? Nah, former fine arts and communication Dean Robert Garwell is taking students on a trip through time that even they can tap their foot to.
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