Amon G. Carter Stadium
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall never knew for sure if he was going to play for the first time since breaking his non-throwing arm seven weeks ago.
TCU announced that it has sold its full allotment of 30,000 season tickets for 2012, when the Horned Frogs begin Big 12 play in newly renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium.
With the swing of a wrecking ball, the majority of the student section of TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium came crashing to the ground Monday morning.
A year ago Horned Frog fans said goodbye to the old Amon G. Carter Stadium configuration. Fifty-two weeks later fans have packed into a stadium full of construction tape and cyclone fencing to cheer the Frogs on against the Colorado State Rams.
The west side of TCU’s football stadium has been reduced to a huge pile of rubble.
In less than a minute, the west grandstand at Texas Christian University’s football stadium will come down Sunday morning.
The Texas Christian University Horned Frogs fought a good fight at their last home game of the season, beating San Diego State 40 – 35. The next time the team plays at Amon G. Carter Stadium, it’ll have a new look. The stadium’s west side will implode next month.
Andy Dalton and the rest of the TCU seniors got one last win at home– after finding themselves in an unusual position – and kept alive their national title hopes.
if you have ever been in or around Amon G. Carter Stadium, you know that the current press box and uppper deck loom large over the field.
As part of an upcoming renovation at TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium, the west grandstand will be imploded next month.