Who to watch: TCU
By Tori Cummings
Posted November 30, 2012
Posted November 30, 2012
Seventeen seniors will play their final game in Amon G. Carter Stadium Saturday. The Frogs have a 2-3 record at home this season and have yet to win a Big 12 home game. Here are three seniors to watch in their final home game.
Kenny Cain, linebacker, senior
Kenny Cain recorded a sack and a team-high 14 tackles in the win over Texas. The Metairie, La., native has 65 tackles and a career-high two interceptions this season. Cain also had a fumble recovery against Virginia. He was the only senior to start and play on the defensive side of the ball this season.
Matthew Tucker, running back, senior
Matthew Tucker scored both touchdowns against Texas and rushed for 57 yards. Tucker has rushed for 467 yards and five touchdowns this season. Tucker also had seven receptions for 64 yards and a touchdown. The Tyler native led the team in rushing against Virginia, SMU and Kansas State.
Skye Dawson, wide receiver/special teams, senior
Skye Dawson leads the Frogs in all-purpose yards this season. He has 428 receiving yards and a touchdown on 31 receptions and added 44 rushing yards on nine carries. The Mesquite native’s 383 kickoff return yards on 17 attempts leads the Frogs. Dawson also has 150 yards on punt returns. He totaled a season-high 173 return yards against Iowa State.
Today on 360
TCU delayed Monday, Dec. 9 until 10:30 a.m.
TCU will open for classes and activities at 10:30 a.m. Monday, according to a TCU alert that was sent out to students around 7:00 p.m. Sunday night.
The alert is the third students have recieved in the past four days, the first two informing students of TCU cancelling all classes and activities for Friday and Saturday.
Provost Nowell Donovan emailed a message to all students shortly after the alert, explaining the process in which finals would be reschuedled due to the late opening.
TCU Holds Off Mississippi State
TCU (5-3) won for the fifth time in six games, jumping out to a 34-22 lead by halftime. The Horned Frogs led by 18 early in the second half, but the Bulldogs pulled within 59-56 on Roquez Johnson's putback with 2:24 remaining.
Top five strangest moments in the 2013 TCU football season
From beginning to end, the 2013 TCU football season could be accurately described in just one word: bizarre.
From officiating anomalies to wildlife on the field, there were many moments in 2013 that left Horned Frog fans scratching their heads. Some were under TCU’s control, others were not, but they all made this season a memorable one.
Here are the top five strangest moments for TCU in 2013:
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