Frogs for the Cure leaders explain what the initiative means to them

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Tim Halperin interviews with TCU 360 before Saturday's game.
(From left to right) Hunter Weaver, Ann Louden and Tim Halperin stand in the middle of Amon G. Carter Stadium during Saturday's halftime show. Photo by Rebecca Philp.

In an effort to raise breast cancer awareness, Horned Frogs wore all black to “Black Out Cancer” Saturday night during TCU's game against Kansas State.

The annual Frogs for the Cure game featured a breast cancer awareness halftime tribute unveiling the music video for the single "Cross That Line" by Tim Halperin, made specifically for this event. 

Also on the field were breast cancer survivors, including Ann Louden, the Frogs For the Cure Chair who was diagnosed six years ago, and Hunter Weaver, a freshman at TCU diagnosed with cancer while in the 6th grade.

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