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Tuesday, May 11, 2021


Dalton leads 5 Frogs taken in NFL Draft

The 2011 NFL Draft is now complete, and five former TCU players were selected by NFL teams to continue their football careers at the...

Frogs finish off Lobos 11-4 with eighth inning finale

The 11th ranked TCU Horned Frogs (21-10) took care of the New Mexico Lobos (10-21) Saturday afternoon, 11-4. Purke (4-1) pitched got the win...

Patterson won’t wait for new squad to grow up

Since the Horned Frogs won the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day, TCU football has questions to answer. With the loss of half his starters...

Fans get new quarterback, new image

Over the past four years, TCU fans were used to the well-spoken, clean-cut starting quarterback and game manager that was Andy Dalton. The right-handed...

Spring Game: Patterson impressed by defensive line

The annual Spring Football Game took place at a half-constructed Amon G. Carter Stadium on Saturday morning. Signees, recruits, former players, media and about...

No. 15 TCU strikes first with 10-2 victory over Air Force

No. 15 TCU (16-9, 3-1) beat Air Force (11-14, 0-3) Friday night ,10-2, behind another strong start from junior starting pitcher Kyle Winkler (5-1)...

Frogs prepare for Saturday’s annual Spring Game

In preparation for Friday's annual Spring Game, Thursday afternoon's football practice was no less intense: the pads were bumping, and so was the music. Head...

Frogs face lack of experience on secondary

After finishing the 2010-11 season with its first BCS bowl win and ranked No. 2 in the final BCS poll, TCU faces the task of replacing five defensive starters.

For the past three years, TCU has had the best statistical defense in FBS football and has finished first in total defense an unprecedented five times under head football coach Gary Patterson 8212; more than any other program since NCAA started tracking statistics in 1937. Only Toledo (1969-71) and Oklahoma (1985-87) have also finished first in total defense three consecutive seasons.

Texas Rangers secure Hamilton for $24 million

The Rangers' hectic offseason remained abuzz Thursday, when outfielder Josh Hamilton was able to avoid salary arbitration and agree to a two-year, $24 million contract with the Texas Rangers. It was immediately clear that Hamilton hoped that this deal will eventually lead to a future long-term contract that would keep the All-Star and 2010 American League MVP in Arlington for many years to come.

"I want to be here for a long time," Hamilton said at a news conference at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington Thursday. "Hopefully, this will be just a drop in the bucket."

Men’s basketball tops Prairie View A&M 78-61

Junior guard J.R. Cadot led TCU in scoring with 15 points and was perfect from the field, shooting 7-for-7 on field goals, as the Horned Frog men's basketball team defeated Prairie View A&M 78-61 Wednesday night.

TCU entered the game against the Panthers looking to improve its home record to 5-0 and its overall record to 6-2 for the first time since the 2000-01 season.

Cadot also led the way defensively, reeling in nine rebounds for the Horned Frogs.

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