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TCU Texas 1984 football game

November 17, 2016

Throwback Thursday

    Thirty-two years ago today, No. 12 TCU hosted No. 10 Texas in a Southwest Conference showdown. It was a cold, gray and misty November day, and I remember the waterfall of noise in the stadium as I teed up the ball to kick off. You could feel it. The Frogs trailed at the

TCU Baylor cold rain

November 4, 2016

Bear Hunt

Time to take that 83-mile trip down I-35 to visit the Baylor Bears. Along the way, don’t forget to stop in West (known as West Station back in the old days) for some kolaches and myriad other treats. Remember the pimento cheese sandwiches. Our crew will be making its traditional stop at George’s in Waco

TCU vs. Texas Tech

October 27, 2016

Texas Tech Preview

Wow, seems like yesterday Brian Estridge and I were trying not to lose our minds while the Frogs were trying not to lose to the Red Raiders last year in Lubbock. On fourth-and-goal from the Tech 4-yard line, Trevone Boykin, Josh Doctson and Aaron Green teamed up for what’s now known as “The Divine Deflection”

TCU WVU, TCU West Virginia 2015

October 21, 2016

Country Roads

The second half of the season kicks off tomorrow at West Virginia. And it’s a BIG challenge. Make no mistake. West Virginia is 5-0 and rolling. A win would huge for the Frogs. The Mountaineers jumped from No. 20 in the polls to No. 12 in one week by virtue of the beat-down they put

October 15, 2016

What to Watch on the Frogs’ Open Week

Without a game to broadcast this week, I need something to keep me on my game. So here are the games I’ll be checking out this weekend … after I’ve finished Mrs. Denton’s to-do list. No. 20 West Virginia at Texas Tech   This should be interesting, as WVU has impressed me so far. Quarterback Skylar

Craig Laurie Way

October 12, 2016

Hug Your Loved Ones

With an open week for the Frogs, a lot of us outside of the TCU Football team turn our attention to catching up on things away from the field – errands, home repairs or just spending time with family. My “To Do” list changed late Saturday night when I arrived back home from the Kansas game. I