TCU Horned Frogs
In its first year in existence, the newly formed College Football Playoff is already being sharply criticized. But the truth is, it is working.
The top four in the College Football Playoff rankings going into the final weekend of the regular season is as follows: Alabama, Oregon, TCU and Florida State.
The last time TCU got off to a start like this, the Horned Frogs made the NCAA tournament. That was 17 seasons ago.
Kyan Anderson scored 19 points in just 12 minutes as TCU doubled up on MVSU 106-53 on Monday.
The No. 5 Bears traded places with Big 12 co-leader TCU in the new AP Top 25 poll Sunday.
Brandon Parrish set a career-high with 22 points to lead TCU to an 86-71 victory over New Orleans Thursday.
TCU slipped to No. 5 after a closer-than-expected win against Kansas on Saturday. And Ohio State moved up two spots to No. 6, ahead of TCU’s Big 12 rival Baylor.
TCU senior Kyan Anderson came out swinging Monday night against Washington State, and the Frogs rolled the Cougars 81-54 on Monday night.
The Horned Frogs, who began this season unranked in every poll, are now fourth in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. TCU plays at Kansas on Saturday.
Jalon Miller is staying close to home after signing a national letter of intent with TCU.
TCU coach Gary Patterson is well aware of the escalating debate centered on his No. 5 Horned Frogs and No. 6 Baylor.
After getting four victories over ranked teams in six weeks, the Horned Frogs have made a strong case for one of the four spots in college football’s new playoff system.