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After falling to Texas Tech last week, TCU will try to regain its momentum for the second half of its schedule. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

October 19, 2018

Halfway through the season, and Oklahoma is coming to town

At the halfway point in the season, the Frogs are exactly there. Half the way. Halfway to a bowl bid, halfway to finding an offense and all the way done listening to critics. This is a football team that endured a hellacious September and is now slaloming its way through injuries. College football is a

At the Sept. 15 Advocare Classic at AT&T Stadium, Shawn Robinson posted career highs in completions (24), attempts (40) passing yards (308) and total offense (315) against Ohio State. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

September 26, 2018

Shawn Robinson — Have patience with the quarterback

First-year starters at quarterback. There are always growing pains. It’s a fact of the game of football. The most difficult position on the field. One that touches ball on every play and the one position that’s highlighted more than any other. It’s not easy. There are good days and bad days. And it takes time

Darius Anderson TCU

September 21, 2018

TCU Aims for Five in a Row over Texas

South on I-35! Here we go to Austin for a football weekend and a game at Memorial Stadium (that’s what it used to be known as before they added Darrell K. Royal to the name). I’m glad they did it while DKR was still around to see it. I’ve made hundreds of trips down that

Darius Anderson, Jet Anderson, TCU rushing record

September 17, 2018

5 Thoughts on TCU – Ohio State

TCU came up just short on Saturday at AT&T Stadium, but Horned Frog Nation has many reasons to be hopeful. Here are five.

Hundreds of TCU students, in the stands at TCU's season opener against Southern, hold up three fingers to indicate a third down. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

September 13, 2018

TCU vs. Ohio State is College Football’s Big Game of the Week

These are great days. It’s what college football is all about and where the focus should be. Excitement on campus, ESPN College GameDay and the distant whistle of a big game coming down the track. Don’t miss the 7:05 on Saturday — as the O’Jays sing in their ’70s hit “Love Train,” — “If you

9/11, flags

September 12, 2018

We Have Reasons to Be Thankful in the TCU Community

The excitement over week three in the Horned Frogs’ long football season has certainly gone over the top already. The high-profile matchup featuring No. 4 vs No. 15 has finally arrived and along with it tons of predictions, what-ifs and even ESPN’s College GameDay in The Commons on Saturday. We’ve come a long way in the past

football helmet scales

November 20, 2017

Saddle Secured

Happy Monday! I’m pushing the schedule up a day this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. I hope all of you and your families are able to enjoy the best of everything Thanksgiving has to offer. Slow yourselves down. This week sometime, take 30 minutes to stop and be silent and think of all the

Doug Meacham, TCU OC

October 20, 2017

Will Kansas Give TCU a Homecoming Headache?

Happy Homecoming! The Frogs welcome Kansas in a game that will be interesting for a number of reasons: The Frogs want to keep this march up the polls going by getting to 7-0. Kansas always seems to give the Frogs headaches. The weather could play a factor late in the game. A chess match will