TCU Horned Frogs
Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy is sticking with Daxx Garman at quarterback in the wake of a lopsided loss at TCU.
The Big 12 leading Horned Frogs have just completed their first-ever stretch of playing three consecutive top 15 opponents with a dominating win over Oklahoma State.
Horned Frogs beat Oklahoma State in Big 12 game
TCU is playing its third consecutive game against a ranked Big 12 opponent in what coach Gary Patterson has termed a “fun-packed October.”
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 biggest game in Texas this weekend is nowhere near a huge Ferris wheel — though there are plenty of places in Waco to stuff yourself with sloppy fried foods if that is what you want.
There are a few things to watch on Saturday, when the Big 12’s top game is usually the Red River Rivalry. But this year, that’s not even the biggest game in Texas.
Imagine a playoff that includes Arizona facing TCU in one semifinal and Mississippi State meeting Georgia Tech in the other. It’s not out of the question.
Five of the top eight teams in the AP rankings lost, a first since the poll went to 25 spots in 1989. TCU was the biggest benefactor, jumping 16 spots after upsetting Oklahoma.
TCU coach Gary Patterson can’t forget the big plays, the ones against his team in those close Big 12 losses to Oklahoma.
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.
DALLAS (AP) — Trevone Boykin threw for four touchdowns and ran for two others Saturday and TCU smothered struggling SMU 56-0. The victory was the most lopsided in the series’ 94-game history. Boykin threw scoring […]