TCU coach Gary Patterson has a new contract after leading the Horned Frogs to their first Big 12 title.
Patterson got 17 of 20 votes in the balloting by media members who cover the Big 12 on a regular basis. The award was revealed Tuesday.
TCU coach Gary Patterson really had no idea how much of an impact those final 11 minutes at Baylor could have nearly two months later.
Here they are again, chasing a league title but still sitting just outside of a potential berth in the new College Football Playoff heading in to a Thanksgiving night game at Texas.
TCU coach Gary Patterson has the same approach to another Thanksgiving night game at Texas, no matter how different the circumstances.
For the fourth year in a row since the league went to 10 teams and a round-robin schedule, the champion — and very possibly co-champions again — won’t be decided until the first Saturday in December.
TCU coach Gary Patterson is well aware of the escalating debate centered on his No. 5 Horned Frogs and No. 6 Baylor.
TCU coach Gary Patterson remembers the strange looks that he received 10 years ago, during a losing season, when he talked about his team becoming a BCS buster.
That record 82-point game is already in the past for No. 10 TCU. The Horned Frogs now have some road work to do Saturday, going to No. 20 West Virginia for the first of consecutive games that could have a significant impact on determining the Big 12 champion.
Quarterback Trevone Boykin and his crew are playing like they’re sold on what offensive coordinators Doug Meacham and Sonny Cumbie brought in after Patterson decided it was time to try to keep up with the fast-paced Big 12 teams.
The Frogs have scored 95 points in their first two Big 12 games — and given up 94 points — for a split in a pair of games against top-five teams.
The Horned Frogs are dominating on defense like they have so often under Gary Patterson, who was their demanding defensive coordinator before becoming head coach nearly 14 years ago.