The new controlling owner of the Buffalo Bills is a Horned Frog.
Mary Wilson, who was announced as controlling owner of the Bills on Thursday, took three classes at TCU in the summer of 1964, said the TCU Office of the Registrar.
Wilson took over after the death of her husband, previous owner Ralph C. Wilson, Jr., according to a press release.
“I have complete confidence in Russ Brandon, our President and CEO, to continue his duties of running the organization,” Wilson said in the release. “General Manager Doug Whaley and Head Coach Doug Marrone remain empowered by Russ to run the football operation.”
For now, the Bills will transition Wilson into her role.
“A process will be established at an appropriate time for the sale of the franchise,” according to the release. “This process will ensure that the club complies and is faithful to NFL rules and to its obligations to New York State and Erie County.”
The Bills had a 6-10 record in the 2013 season, according to ESPN.