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Rain-soaked win over SMU reveals little about TCU's progress, future | Dallas-Fort Worth Spor...
Sloppy win over SMU doesn't reveal team's identity.
TCU a familiar opponent for freshman Nolan - Iowa State Daily: Volleyball
The first-ever meeting between Iowa State and Texas Christian was a little more special for one Cyclone volleyball player, who grew up just 30 minutes from Fort Worth, Texas.
Jimmy Burch: After September mismatches, let the real games begin | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports ...
Time to separate contenders from pretenders.
Horned Frogs move up to No. 13 in Coaches Poll | TCU 360 - with news and sports from the TCU Daily Skiff, TCU News Now and Image magazine
The TCU football team moved up in the Coaches Poll and stayed in the same spot in the Associated Press Poll on Sunday.
Big 12 competition tight » Sports » The Norman Transcript
After the dust settled late Saturday night only one thing was clear, competitive balance is firmly entrenched in the Big 12 Conference.
SportsDayDFW.com’s ‘Best in Texas’ poll (Week 5): Longhorns still on top; A&M catches up to TCU; Tech jumps Baylor | College Sports Blog
The Texas Longhorns picked up the biggest road win amongst in-state college football teams so far this year, and as a result, have their largest first-place cushion yet in our “Best in Texas” college football poll. Texas, which escaped Stillwater with a 41-35 win over Oklahoma State Saturday night, now has 15 points in between its next closest competitor — or in the case of this week’s poll, competitors.
Three Frogs Advance at ITA All-Americans - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
The TCU men's tennis team advanced three players into the qualifying round of the ITA Men's All-American Championships on Sunday on the courts of Tulsa's Michael D. Case Tennis Center.
Kansas Steals 3-2 Victory in Overtime - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU battled back from a 2-0 deficit to force overtime with 13 seconds remaining in regulation, but Kansas rebounded to steal the victory with a goal four minutes into the second overtime for the 3-2 win. Lindsy Schafer and Serena Smith-Banas each tallied their first-career goals in the loss.