TCU football recruitment is gearing up for the 2006 season with three recent high school commitments.Jimmy Young, a wide receiver from Ouachita Parish High School in Monroe, La.; Wayne Daniels, a defensive end from Kilgore High School; and Clarence Leatch, a defensive end from Tatum High School, have all made verbal commitments within the past week to attend and play football at TCU.
According to NCAA rules, head coach Gary Patterson is currently barred from commenting on the Horned Frogs' recruitment progress.
Throw on a cowboy hat and pull up some boots because the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is here again.Throughout this month and into February, the Will Rogers Memorial Center will host the event, which has taken place annually since 1896.
Participants from 40 states and even a few foreign countries are attending the event with more than 21,000 bodies of livestock.
Also attending are some of Fort Worth's more notable citizens.
1The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo boasts that it has the "World's Original Indoor Rodeo." Held nightly, the rodeo features everything from barrel racing to bull riding. Although the livestock competition is always the centerpiece of the show, the in between event entertainment, such as Tijuana stud poker, in which four men play a game of poker with a wild bull on prowl in the ring, providing both laughs and thrills. Oftentimes, the rodeo clowns steal the show with their sarcastic in-between bull banter.