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.
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.
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.
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.