Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk and TCU defensive end Devonte Fields are the Big 12 preseason players of the year.
TCU has signed two of the top high school running backs from Texas to national letters of intent.
Texas Christian dominated Michigan State’s offense in the first half by bottling up Le’Veon Bell. Once the Spartans’ bruising running back got going, the Horned Frogs had no way of stopping him.
Two-time BCS buster TCU has answered the biggest question about its move to the Big 12. Yes, the Horned Frogs can handle the weekly grind of playing in a major conference.
The Frogs are home Saturday night against third-ranked Kansas State, Patterson’s alma mater and where he started his coaching career.
Oklahoma State needs a win to maintain a realistic shot at defending its Big 12 title, and TCU is trying to improve to 3-0 in conference road games in its first season in the league.
The TCU football team has impressed the heck out of me its first year in the Big 12. The team has been dealt blow after blow after blow, but has survived to post a 5-2 record.
An impressive comeback for TCU. Only one problem: that just got the Horned Frogs into overtime.
Things have gotten even more difficult for coach Gary Patterson and the Horned Frogs in their inaugural season in one of the nation’s best conferences.
At his weekly press conference Texas Christian University (TCU) head football coach Gary Patterson announced that quarterback Casey Pachall is going to “dis-enroll” from the university for the Fall semester.
TCU coach Gary Patterson is expected to reveal the status of junior quarterback Casey Pachall at a luncheon on Tuesday afternoon.
In a reversal of his earlier decision to allow TCU Quarterback Casey Pachall to dress out and be on the sidelines for the Horned Frogs game Saturday against Iowa State, Head Coach Gary Paterson has ruled to keep the embattled QB away from the spotlight.