Track and field competes at the Michael Johnson Invitational

Track and field continues to break personal-best records.

Men’s tennis squanders big lead in loss at Columbia

TCU squandered a 3-0 lead in a heartbreaking loss at No. 19 Columbia on Sunday

“Riff Ram Bah Zoo” has history too

At TCU, we love our traditions. Traditions begin the moment we curl the fingers on a peace sign or yell "Go Frogs" on game days. But what is the history behind these customs that have become a way of life for us?

We all love it and yell it at every event we can. It is the oldest cheer in the Southwest Conference, TCU's original athletic conference, and it might date back all the way to the 1920s.

Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo

Lickety, Lickety, Zoo, Zoo

Who, Wah, Wah, Who

Give "em Hell, TCU.

Former football player credits collegiate success to family’s support

Jaelen Austin hopes his play time is far from over as he trains for TCU’s Pro Day next week.

Taking care of business: Football alum set to open barbecue restaurant...

After eight years in the NFL, David Hawthorne is set to open a barbecue restaurant in Fort Worth.

Friends, family motivate L.J. Collier to NFL Draft potential

The defensive end has come a long way from his hometown of 1,300 people to football's biggest stage.

Boschini: ‘None of the talk matters because Jamie Dixon is staying’

TCU head coach Jamie Dixon catches a ball that sailed out of bounds during the Horned Frogs' NIT semifinal contest with...

Alliance of American Football League gives Diarse a second chance

TCU football alumnus restarts his journey back to the NFL with the San Antonio Commanders of the Alliance of American Football League.

Next season’s QB race begins as spring practice gets underway

The head coach also provided an update on former wide receiver KaVontae Turpin.

Men’s basketball adds assistant coach, Ohio State transfer guard

The team announced the hiring of a former LSU assistant coach who has ties to the North Texas area.
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