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Cam Newton’s eligability hurts Horned Frogs

Following Oregon's and Auburn's victories Saturday, the BCS National Championship Game has been set between the Ducks and the Tigers.

The Horned Frogs were left smelling roses as they prepare to face the Wisconsin Badgers in "The Granddaddy of Them All": the Rose Bowl. But the Horned Frog faithful are left to wonder what might have been if the recent NCAA ruling on Auburn quarterback Cam Newton's eligibility had gone the other way.

Frogs to face the Oklahoma Sooners

After winning two games in last week's three-game series against San Diego State University, the Frogs are looking to end their five-game homestand on...

First season tournament on the horizon for baseball team

After winning a high scoring home game Tuesday night against the Roadrunners of UT-San Antonio, 17-12, the baseball team's record moved to 6-1 on...

Men’s and women’s tennis traveling for weekend matches

The men's and women's tennis teams will hit the road this weekend for two non-conference matches. The men will travel down to College Station to take on the Texas A&M Aggies, while the women continue their long road stretch with a trip to Tuscaloosa, Ala., to take on the Crimson Tide.

The men are coming off a strong performance Saturday at home against Wichita State, in which they took care of the Shockers 5-2, advancing the Frogs to 4-2 overall. No. 17 Texas A&M is coming off impressive back-to-back wins Sunday over Wisconsin and Laredo Community College.

Men’s basketball suffer defeat by Utes, 64-55

The Horned Frogs' three-game winning streak came to a screeching halt Wednesday night at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. After a hard-fought game Wednesday, the night ended with the Frogs losing to the Utah Utes (11-12, 4-5) 64-55 in front of 4,414 enthusiastic TCU fans. The loss moves the Frogs' record to 11-14 and to 3-7 in conference, keeping them near the bottom of the Mountain West Conference standings.

The lone bright spot for the Frogs was freshman forward Nikola Cerina.

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