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TCU beat Minnesota

TCU Beat Minnesota – First Step Towards the College Football Playoff

Posted on 4 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

There’s something obligating and pressuring about being the preseason #2 ranked team. TCU handled the pressure well with a 23-17 win in Minnesota, as Trevone Boykin did a very good job of handling the expectations with a touchdown throw and run. More


College Football Rumors – TCU Horned Frogs Under a Very New Kind of Pressure

Posted on 3 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

For the first time since moving into the Big 12, TCU are favored to win the conference and by being nationally ranked as number two in both the AP and Coaches polls, anything but making the College Football Playoff is going to be a disappointment. More

Stephen Sullivan

College Football Rumors – LSU, Auburn, Clemson, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, TCU & UCF Interested in Recruiting Stephen Sullivan

Posted on 18 Aug, 2015, by in College Football

It’s once again a wide open race for wide receiver Stephen Sullivan from the Donaldsonville high school in Louisiana. He decommitted from LSU, but is keeping the Tigers an option, … More

Baylor, TCU

Big 12 – Baylor & TCU Won’t Get Into the College Football Playoff

Posted on 7 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

By being a 10-team conference without a championship game, the Big 12 doomed both Baylor and TCU, the co-champions with one loss each, to do some cheap politicking in an attempt to convince the committee each one deserves to be in the college football playoff, but it’s not going to work, and it shouldn’t. More

TCU beat Texas

TCU Over Texas – One Step Closer to the Playoff

Posted on 28 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

If the committee needed a statement win from TCU to convince them they deserve to be in the playoff, their 48-10 drubbing of Texas in Austin should be enough to earn them some style points. There’s also the matter of actually winning the Big 12 and getting over a team or two in the final rankings, but that’s another matter. More


Big 12 – TCU & Baylor Leave Kansas State & Oklahoma Behind

Posted on 9 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

The Big 12 is reaching the finish line and things are getting clearer with TCU beating Kansas State and Baylor dispatching Oklahoma in Norman, leaving the conference with just two one-loss teams. More

Oklahoma beat Texas

Big 12: Oklahoma Disappoint vs Texas, Baylor Barely Escape Against TCU

Posted on 12 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

The Red River Showdown has been often one-sided in recent years. As expected, Oklahoma walked away from the Cotton Bowl with a win over Texas, but not as convincing as it should have been considering the team’s records. Baylor and TCU clashed heading in the battle of the undefeated teams, and walked away with a 61-58 win thanks to a crazy finish, which included scoring 24 points in the final 11 minutes of the game. More

TCU beat Oklahoma

TCU Over Oklahoma – Big 12 Shaken Up by Huge Upset

Posted on 5 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

A TCU win over Oklahoma isn’t such a rare thing when looking back at the history of clashes between the two teams, but at this point in time it’s a huge upset. The Horned Frogs came out with a 37-33 win against the undefeated Sooners thanks to a big game from Treyvone Boykin and on the opposite end, Trevor Knight making too many mistakes. More

Trevone Boykin

Big 12 – TCU vs Texas Tech Predictions

Posted on 12 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The TCU Horned Frogs didn’t expect to be without their starting quarterback so soon, making their visit to Lubbock and their game against the quite hot Texas Tech to look a lot more complicated than they initially thought, especially when thinking about last season’s encounter between the team. More

Vernon Adams

2013 College Football Season – Ranked Teams Losing & Upsets Already Begin

Posted on 1 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The beginning of the College Football season brought with it (so far) losses of three ranked teams, as Georgia (losing to Clemson) and TCU (losing to LSU) weren’t really subject to an upset due to the quality of their rivals, but Boise State being destroyed by Washington was more than a slightly surprising result, and so was Oregon State losing to Eastern Washington. More