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TCU defense still needs to improve

The Horned Frogs’ defense still has room for improvement even after the win against the Air Force on Sept. 9, head football coach Gary...

Patterson, students acknowledge armed forces after football win

Football commonly focuses its attention on tradition, spirit, and competition, but against Air Force the common aspects were set aside to remember the 2001...

A look at the Horned Frog defense after week 2

The TCU defense came back strong after last weeks loss against Baylor, allowing Air Force to score 19-points in a Frog win, but Head...

Football team deserves fan support

This Friday, the Rose Bowl Champion Frogs start their season in Waco, with a new quarterback and a plethora of new starters. The keyword...

Purke plans to play under the bright lights

Sophomore pitcher Matt Purke started playing baseball when he was six years old, and for the past 14 years he said he hasn't put...

Education cutbacks affect TCU grads

Potential state budget cuts in public education have resulted in cutbacks in hiring of teachers upon graduation, Dale Young, director of teacher placement in the College of Education, said.

Gov. Rick Perry proposed $10 billion in cuts to the public education system, according to an Associated Press article on March 14. More than a thousand teachers, students and school officials protested the proposed cuts last week in Austin on the Capitol steps.

TCU Baseball wins opening series

Coming off its first College World Series appearance, the horned frog baseball team ranks number one in the preseason college baseball poll.

This season the Frogs will return seven of nine starters this season. Sophomore Matt Purke, junior Kyle Winkler and senior Steven Maxwell return to the plate this season, each have received preseason accolades.

Baseball head coach Jim Schlossnagle said he was proud of the way the Frogs opened up the season, even with a loss in game three of the series.

Weather puts damper on Super Bowl impact

Local campus restaurants prepared for the extra guests Super Bowl XLV was expected to bring to businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, until the Metroplex was frosted with snow and ice.

The Berry Street Fuzzy's location started seeing an increase in guests the weekend before the Super Bowl, but after the ice, business was not anywhere near what it was expected to be.

"It was a normal week," Fuzzy's General Manager Bo Martino said. "I was anticipating abnormal...I'm a little disappointed we didn't get more of that (Super Bowl) crowd."

Fans celebrate Rose Bowl victory once more

Two weeks after the Horned Frogs defeated Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl, the excitement had not slowed down as around 6,000 TCU fans continued celebrating at the Rose Bowl Celebration at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum on Monday.

In addition to the fans and football team, Chancellor Victor Boschini, Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief and members of the Rose Bowl management committee attended the celebration to honor the undefeated Horned Frogs.

Frogs win Rose Bowl

Third ranked TCU defeated No. 4 Wisconsin 21-19, the closest game the Frogs had all season, in Pasadena at the 97thRose Bowl Game.

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