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Patterson Meets With The Media - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU football coach Gary Patterson held his weekly news conference Tuesday in the Four Sevens Team Room.
TCU Set For Exhibition With East Central - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
The TCU women's basketball team will open its 2012-13 season Wednesday night with an exhibition contest against East Central.
TCU Declares Black Out Against K-State, Cancer - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
The TCU Athletics Department is encouraging the Horned Frogs faithful to wear black to the football game this Saturday at 6 p.m. in a nationally televised game against No. 2 Kansas State.
Kansas St.-TCU Preview - Yahoo! Sports
Kansas State is inching closer to a potential BCS national championship game appearance.
Patterson: TCU "still underdogs," David Johnson likely done for season | TCU 360
Following a thrilling 39-38 double-overtime win on the road against West Virginia, TCU head football coach Gary Patterson made it clear that the team's mindset is the same going forward.
Fans encouraged to wear black for Frogs for the Cure game | TCU 360
TCU’s football game Saturday against Kansas State will be the eighth annual Frogs for the Cure game and is being labeled a “Black Out for Cancer” game.
Snyder hopeful Klein can start for No. 3 K-State
Bill Snyder has always been secretive when it comes to discussing injuries. Or just about anything else in his program.
Young TCU women's basketball team kicks off season tonight against East Central | Dallas-Fort...
Heading into his 21st season as a head coach, 14th at TCU, women's basketball coach Jeff Mittie might be facing his toughest season yet.
TCU, Kansas State play it close to the vest | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News on ...
When it comes to injuries for this week's Kansas State-TCU prime-time showdown, don't ask.
With bowl eligibility achieved, TCU narrows focus to closing stretch | Dallas-Fort Worth Spor...
Of all Gary Patterson's standby lines, none has been more prevalent in 2012 than the importance of getting to six wins, to earn that bowl eligibility so coveted by players and coaches.