With the start of August (and a slow down for me professionally... I hope) and the return of TCU Football it is time to once again crank up the morning links... The daily traffic to this website has grown exponentially over the last few months and this should be a fantastic season for us and the Frogs... Can't wait to get started...
Oh ya, here are your morning links...
Patterson Meets With The Media - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
As part of Reporting Day for the TCU football team, head coach Gary Patterson and Horned Frog players met with the media Sunday in the Four Sevens Team Room of the Meyer-Martin Athletic Complex.
TCU quarterback Pachall apologizes for "mistakes" | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports Ne...
QB admits he must change; coach says no further penalty coming.
No punishment for TCU quarterback - San Antonio Express-News
FORT WORTH — TCU coach Gary Patterson said Sunday that starting quarterback Casey Pachall will not face team punishment after admitting to Fort Worth police that he smoked marijuana and failed a team drug test. A police report from Feb. 15 obtained by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram revealed Pachall's drug admissions, in which he also told police he had taken ecstasy and cocaine in the past.
TCU excited about Randy Shannon’s arrival | Big 12 Sports | a mySA.com blog
TCU made a big national splash last month when former Miami coach Randy Shannon was hired as the Horned Frogs’ new linebackers coach. TCU coach Gary Patterson said that Shannon has barely arrived at TCU after visiting with his daughter who is serving in the military in Europe. But he expects Shannon’s expertise to quickly impact the Horned Frogs.
Opinion: Pachall's cocaine confession, not drug test failure, should draw greatest concern | TCU 360 - with news and sports from the TCU Daily Skiff, TCU News Now and Image magazine
Buried toward the bottom of Tanner Brock’s Feb. 15 arrest report was the detailed account of the former TCU linebacker’s interview with police shortly after being taken into custody.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall: "I've made mistakes, I know I'm not perfect." | TCU 360 - with news and sports from the TCU Daily Skiff, TCU News Now and Image magazine
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall began the preseason by publicly apologizing Sunday afternoon after reports emerged of his admitted drug use. "I’ve made mistakes, I know I’m not perfect," Pachall said. "But I’ve learned from those mistakes and I’m still learning."
The Times' college football countdown: No. 24 Texas Christian - latimes.com
The biggest challenge for Texas Christian's football team is moving and adjusting to a measurably better conference. The Horned Frogs join the Big 12 for their sixth leap since 1995.
TCU Horned Frogs QB Casey Pachall won't face discipline from team - ESPN Dallas
TCU coach Gary Patterson says starting quarterback Casey Pachall will not face on-field discipline after the junior admitted to police in February that he used marijuana and failed a drug test in February.
Warner Finishes 13th In 100-Meters At Olympics - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
Former TCU All-American Justyn Warner competed in the semifinals of the 100-meter dash at the 2012 Olympics Sunday evening at Olympic Stadium.