Justin K. Aller
The Frogs head to Austin to take on the Longhorns this Thanksgiving day to attempt to make the 100k+ at Royal Memorial Stadium wake up in a bad mood on Black Friday from more than just overeating.
The Aggies have wandered off to the SEC, so in the grand Thanksgiving tradition of taking someone's seat on the couch when they go to the bathroom it's the TCU Horned Frogs who are the Texas Longhorns' guests this season. The Frogs were told that they didn't need to bring a thing, but I have a feeling that Coach Patterson will be bringing down new blitzes and coverages to add further spice to TCU's main dish- the defense. It's Thanksgiving night, prime time television all around the country, and this one could be huge for recruiting for years to come. It's one thing to say that you play in a conference with Texas and another to be able to tell recruits that you can beat Texas at home- and no team has beaten Texas at home as many times as TCU. This is your Thanksgiving game thread. Let's beat the stuffing out of them.