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FORT WORTH — There’s something about the Marquette Golden Eagles that brings out the best in the Horned Frogs. Maybe it’s the fact the Eagles...

Dethroned: Irvin, Shaw disappointed but ready to go dancing

Sandora Irvin’s tearful postgame press conference at the championship game of the Conference USA Tournament summed it all up. The Lady Frogs were sad. They...

Lady Frogs ‘jonesing’ for fourth C-USA title

The Lady Frogs have played many big games during the Jeff Mittie era, but only a handful compare to the magnitude of tonight’s battle...

FATIGUED: Horned Frogs lose ‘battle of attrition’ against Charlotte

For the first 40 minutes, the Horned Frogs and Charlotte 49ers were caught in a constant seesaw affair, with the two teams combining for...

Lady Frogs to face C-USA powerhouses

The Lady Frogs got the ball rolling for TCU basketball with a win at Charlotte on Sunday and then the men’s team carried that...

Junior tandem shines in backcourt

Corey Santee has a bold message for the other 13 basketball teams in Conference USA. At 10-13 and 6-6 in C-USA, the Horned Frogs may...

Shot down: Frogs blow out ranked Cardinals, demand national respect

Corey Santee couldn’t keep himself from smiling in the final minutes of Tuesday night’s game.

And he had every reason.

The junior guard had just scored 20 points, grabbed eight rebounds, dished out five assists and recorded four steals en route to leading the Frogs (10-12, 6-5 C-USA) to a 71-46 win over No. 10 Louisville.

The Pitino effect: Frogs to be tested by ranked team, respected...

Not since the General Bobby Knight led his army of Red Raiders into Fort Worth last season has a more celebrated head coach graced the visitors’ bench at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

Well, that’s about to change at 6 p.m. tonight when the Horned Frogs host No. 10 Louisville.

Bailiff accepts head coach job at Texas State

David Bailiff is living proof that one can indeed go back home.

Bailiff, the defensive coordinator for the Frogs the last two seasons, is heading back to his alma mater after accepting the head coaching position at Texas State University last week.

Hot bats of Huffman, Neuman lead TCU to extra-inning win

Chad Huffman had a game he’ll never forget Thursday night.

The freshman designated hitter made quite the first impression for himself in his collegiate baseball debut, leading the Frogs to a 13-12 extra-inning victory over Dallas Baptist University at Lupton Stadium.

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