Topic: football

Thanks to M.L. Leddy’s Boots & Saddlery of Fort Worth, the TCU-Texas Tech Saddle Trophy returns Saturday. Photo courtesy of Mark Cohen, TCU Athletics

November 17, 2017

Saddle up for a Wild Ride in Lubbock

Game 11 takes the Frogs to Lubbock, Texas, and Jones AT&T Stadium, a place that has seen its share of wild games in this series. And tomorrow should be no different. There’s plenty of storylines to go around after it was announced that quarterback Kenny Hill and safety Niko Small won’t make the trip to

Joe D. Denton photo courtesy of the Denton family.

November 10, 2017

Much at Stake this Weekend

On this Friday of Veterans Day weekend, we honor and give thanks to all of our veterans who have served, fought and protected us (U.S.) and our way of life. Many volunteered, others had their lives interrupted to go take on the challenge of aggressors. Thanks to all of those who made and make it

TCU Defeated UT in 1967

November 9, 2017

TCU–UT Game Brings Back Memories for Couple

Memories from 50 years: The 1967 TCU-UT football game, a purple dress and a poem. Elizabeth Lee Smith ’70 was a sophomore at TCU when she met Michael D. Smith, a senior at the University of Texas. It was 1967. Michael invited Elizabeth to Austin for the TCU-UT football game that November. “I wore my

Quarterback Kenny Hill scans the gridiron for a receiver during the game against West Virginia. On Saturday, Hill released the ball as fast as 0.6 seconds. Photo by Glen E Ellman

November 6, 2017

5 Thoughts on TCU – Texas

After one Saturday off the tracks against Iowa State, TCU returned to its course to show Texas Longhorns who really runs the state.

TCU fans cheer at the season opener in September. Saturday will be Tom Herman's first visit to Fort Worth as Texas' head coach. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

November 3, 2017

Tom Herman is Coming to Town

It’s the type of weekend we all love. There’s a big game Saturday night at The Carter and then we all get an extra hour of sleep with the return to standard time – Don’t forget to “fall back” and turn back your clock one hour. Have you ever forgotten and showed up for church

TCU fans cheer in the stands during the Oct. 7 football game against West Virginia. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

November 1, 2017

Tricks Instead of Treats

Happy Wednesday, everyone! I hope you had a great Halloween… Now about that diet. Halloween came early for the Frogs last Saturday in Ames, Iowa. You know what happened, so no need to get into those details. Head coach Gary Patterson said it yesterday at his weekly press conference – “Iowa State is not Iowa

TCU fans celebrate a touchdown in the homecoming game against Kansas. Photo by Leo Wesson

October 27, 2017

Horned Frogs: Now is Not the Time to Hibernate

As you read this, the TCU football team is en route to a top 25 matchup in Ames, Iowa. Yes, I said Ames, Iowa. It’s been awhile, 15 years to be exact, since the No. 25 Cyclones hosted such a tilt. Iowa State is arguably the hottest team in the Big 12 and Cyclone fans

Team photo by Glen E. Ellman

October 26, 2017

Basketball Season is Right Around the Corner

Happy Thursday from Waco. Don’t worry, I’m just here for meetings. This week is flying by: Monday the Frog Club team pulled off the 39th edition of the Horned Frog Classic presented by Greenwood Office Outfitters, generating $325,000 for TCU student-athlete scholarships. Thanks to Colonial Country Club, 244 players, the many sponsors and the Frog

October 23, 2017

5 Thoughts on TCU – Kansas

Setting records and getting better, the Frogs started the 2017 home stretch with a roar against Kansas.