Topic: football

The recipe for TCU's success is to go after quarterback Will Grier and keep tight coverage on Mountaineer wide receivers. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

November 9, 2018

TCU Needs Tight Coverage to Beat West Virginia

Wow, it really felt like fall this morning didn’t it? Put another log on the fire, it’s going to be a chilly weekend. It’s also going to be chilly where the Frogs are headed. Destination: Morgantown, WV. It’s raining there right now and tomorrow it’s going to be cloudy at Milan Puskar Stadium. A balmy

November 7, 2018

TCU Hoops Start Promising Season

Welcome to Basketball Season! Here we go on a run that will hopefully end in early April in the NCAA championship for both TCU Women’s and Men’s Basketball. Schollmaier Arena is the place to be. Get there. Congrats to TCU Women’s Basketball for their season-opening win over Duquesne yesterday 61-48. Jordan Moore had 22 points

TCU Coach Gary Patterson and Kansas State Coach Bill Snyder chat at a 2015 football game. Courtesy of TCU Athletics

November 2, 2018

A Tale of Two Injured Teams: TCU to Meet K-State

November calls. Thirty days of transition from fall to the holidays and the waiting winter. A month of anticipation and decision, especially in college football. A month full of big games, rivalries renewed and results that decide who is a champion and who is an also-ran. Four games to go. Three to win to get

Head Coach Gary Patterson prepares to lead the Horned Frogs onto the field as TCU hosts OU earlier this month. The Horned Frogs travel to Kansas to meet the Jayhawks on Saturday. Photo by Rodger Mallison

October 26, 2018

TCU Faces KU Without Key Players

Happy Friday! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for this week to be over so we can get on to game day. What a week it’s been for Frog fans. Hit from every angle with bad news. First we learn that quarterback Shawn Robinson is done for the year and will have his

Coach Jamie Dixon answered questions at the Big 12 Conference Men's Basketball Media Day on Oct. 24 in Kansas City. Photo by John Denton

October 25, 2018

It’s Officially TCU Basketball Season

Hello from Kansas City and Big 12 Men’s Basketball Media Day! It’s officially basketball season when we make the trip up to the Sprint Center for this annual pre-season run through the gauntlet. Head Coach Jamie Dixon along with guard Alex Robinson and forward J.D. Miller are here to meet with national media. Bob Bowlsby,

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

With quarterback Shawn Robinson out with an injury on the final drive, Sewo Olonilua took two snaps from the wildcat formation. The junior had a career-high 16 carries. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

October 1, 2018

5 Thoughts on TCU — Iowa State

The Frogs bounced back into the win column with a 17-14 victory over Iowa State, but the good of the triumph was tempered by some bad.

Defensive tackles Chris Bradley and Ross Blacklock stop a play on the gridiron in 2017 in Ames, Iowa. Photo courtesy of TCU Athletics

September 28, 2018

TCU Football Prepares for Iowa State Game

Happy Friday! A lot going on this weekend on campus and it all kicked off last night with the TCU Lettermen’s Association’s Hall of Fame Banquet. It was the 51st class inducted and I was honored to emcee the event. It’s always a great night full of memories and reflection among old teammates. The 2018

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