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TCU's offense was so bad that it kept the Big 12's best defense not only out of conference title contention, but out of a bowl game (and resulted in both Co-OCs being out of a job). HawkeyedFrog breaks his silence to share his thoughts on the biggest reason that the offense failed.
Several Horned Frogs were honored, including Jason Verrett and Casey Pachall.
TCU 360 is out with an intense story of Devonte Fields being robbed, threatened, shot at and more at his Fort Worth residence.
With the formal announcement, we learn once and for all: Fungo's sources are better than Stefan's.
In an article published Saturday afternoon on the FWST website, Stefan Stevenson reported that while Cumbie had been hired by TCU, it wasn't as a coordinator.
Now that the hire has been confirmed by Fungo and his sources, let's get to know TCU's new co-Offensive Coordinator a bit.
Word spread yesterday amongst current and former Texas Tech players that Sonny Cumbie had formally accepted an offer from TCU and would be leaving Lubbock, Texas for Fort Worth, Texas.
The rumor, which has been gaining steam over the last 48 hours amongst Tech and TCU fan sites, says that Cumbie would be making a lateral move to TCU to join Doug Meacham as Co-Offensive Coordinators.
Meacham will be the offensive coordinator, no details were given regarding who he will coach specifically on the staff. No firings were indicated at the time.
With so many fingers in the cookie jar, it's not surprising that information leaks out as often as it does. However, nothing compares to the Texas situation over the past few days. So, we should all be thankful for a coach like Gary, and an AD like CDC, and an administration that doesn't undermine the program.
The senior cornerback was names co-defensive player of the year in the Big 12 along with Texas defensive lineman Jackson Jeffcoat.
Baylor comes to town to face TCU in what would be the Horned Frogs final game of the season.
Frogs O' War recaps the bleakest week in Big 12 history (and championship week as a whole). But don't worry, there are gifs!
After a season of offensive struggles, the Frogs hire the current Houston offensive coordinator and former Oklahoma State guru.
TCU will hire current Houston offensive coordinator and former Oklahoma State Cowboy Doug Meacham in a similar role for the Horned Frogs, effective this week. He will take over play calling duties from Jarrett Anderson and Rusty Burns.
The crew breaks down the final game of the 2013 season
A week with some suspense, but the outcomes weren't too shocking to those who have been paying attention.
The FoW crew breaks down the last heartbreak from TCU's season to forget.
TCU's season ends as so many of the games have this season- with the offense sabotaging a phenomenal defensive effort.
The TCU Horned Frogs close out the 2013 Football season at home against the archrival Baylor Bears
The FoW Crew steps forward once again to make their picks for this week's Big 12 games.
We all want to beat Baylor on Saturday, but other than going to the game and being loud how can we help the Frogs win? Divine intervention.
Baylor is in the midst of their best season in school history, despite coming off a loss last week, and have been putting a regular hurting on teams that can't hang with them offensively.
It's Baylor hate week, the last week of the season, and we saved the greatest amount of hate for last. All of the FOW Staff chimes in with things they hate about the Bears.
For anyone (read: me) hoping that Waymon James would return for senior day against Baylor, it's time to let it go.
Our experts were wrong quite a bit this week, and you know what? I'm okay with that.
Jason Verrett, a 2012 All-American, is tracking towards being a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
TCU heads to Manhattan, Kansas to take on the resurgent Kansas State Wildcats.
The bottom of the Big 12 is devouring itself and did a clash between last week's #2 and #3 teams mean enough to make a new #1?
West Virginia heads to Fort Worth to take on the TCU Horned Frogs with potential bowl eligibility on the table for both teams.
Intrigue, upsets, beatdowns and escapes in this week's Big 12 schedule- We recap it all while updating the staff picks.
The FoW crew sounds off on the loss that will ensure TCU spends the holidays at home- and not at the Fort Worth Bowl.
TCU finds a new way to get penalized and a new way to lose in what will be Gary Patterson's second bowl-less season
TCU's hopes of salvaging a bowl bid in this disastrous season are put to the test on the road in Manhattan, Kansas.
TCU heads to Manhattan, Kansas this week to take on the Wildcats. The game will be broadcast on FSN Regional Networks.
Jamie and new blogger Marshall Weber make their picks for this weekend's Big 12 games. Hawkeyed should be along to add his picks in soon.
How Do The Frogs Slow Down One Of The Big 12's Hottest Teams?
Saturday's game is a big one for both the Frogs and the Wildcats, as both teams fight to secure a bowl bid. Is this the kind of team that TCU can hang around with or even beat? We pump the crew of SBNation's Bring on The Cats for information ahead of the game.
After losing to an FCS team to start the season the defending Big 12 champions have found a dominant streak, blowing out teams that TCU lost to or struggled with. This could get ugly, we study causes for concern and areas of hope.
TCU traveled to Ames, Iowa to avenge 2012's loss to the Cyclones... And avenge they did!
We have a new number one team due to what happened in Waco, and TCU actually won a game- does that change anything?
TCU heads to Manhattan, Kansas to take on the resurgent Wildcats, Gary Patterson's alma-mater.
The Frogs got a win! Let's over-analyze it!
Welcome back to the MMQB, where Hawk and Jamie are here to talk about TCU's most recent football conquest: A win over Iowa State in Ames last Saturday.
The top and bottom of the conference is coming into focus as TCU and West Virginia stay on the very edge of bowl eligibility and Baylor and Texas Tech have very different reactions to having to play real teams.
The FoW crew checks in with their analysis of TCU's long awaited fourth win of the season.
The Frogs keep their bowl hopes alive by pulling out a win over the Cyclones at the very last minute.
TCU heads to Ames, Iowa to face off against the Cyclones, while Alabama and LSU close out the night on CBS.
TCU hits the road for the most winnable game left on the slate. Can the Frogs pull off their first road win of the season and keep bowl hopes alive?
TCU is trying desperately to remain above 9th in the conference. A win here does that.
TCU is heading up to Ames for the BETTER-THAN-SOMEONE-OTHER-THAN-KANSAS SHOWDOWN, so there's nothing for it but to talk with those handsome devils from Iowa State's Wide Right and Natty Lite.
Iowa State has been blown away in recent weeks by some good teams, but in case you haven't noticed... we suck. All the more reason to take careful inventory of the Cyclones ahead of Saturday's contest
With the top two inactive, still somehow chaos reigns beneath them. Where is TCU after the loss to West Virginia?
During Patterson's press conference Tuesday he noted that several key players may be ruled out for Saturday's game vs. Iowa State.
TCU's 2014 football slate includes five Big 12 home games, a first for TCU since entering the conference.
Are you getting tired of doing this yet? Yea, we are too.
Four games this week including a clash of top 25 teams, check out Farmaggedon's results as well as see the week's upset .
The FoW staff checks in with their thoughts on TCU's latest loss, this one at home to the West Virginia Mountaineers
The Frogs lose a game that they led for the first time this season, leaving TCU's season firmly in the "disaster" category.
Disappointment Bowl 2013! The day where we find out if TCU is a team that only loses to top 25 teams or if the Frogs still could salvage a bowl bid out of this disaster of a season.
Welcome to Week 10 in college football, the week that TCU gets back in the win column vs. West Virginia? Probably not. But, there are several other quality games on this day, including Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma State, so get ready to sit on that couch, IT'S SATURDAY!
TCU welcomed the Longhorns, and a multi-hour rain delay to Fort Worth. The Longhorns dominated, the Frogs wilted, the end.
Before TCU takes on West Virginia in DISAPPOINTMENT BOWL 2013 we need to know more about them. And who knows more about West Virginia than the fans who have been forcing themselves to watch it?
West Virginia has regressed badly on offense but improved markedly on defense from last year. We break down what to expect from each unit and how they may perform against TCU.
Gary Patterson met with the press to discuss West Virginia, his failing team, and more.
The entire conference was active and we have a new #1 team this week. Check out this weeks power rankings to find out what happened!
TCU hosts West Virginia, looking to get back on track and win their fourth contest of the season.
The MMQB is back, but who cares... This team has effectively quit on itself and it is probably quite pointless to continue this charade... We have very little chance of getting to six wins this year, the season is all but lost.
One team with an undefeated conference record falls to the mud with their one loss brethren, check all this and more in this week's Big 12 roundup!
The FoW crew (though probably just HawkeyedFrog at this point) break down the game with instant analysis.
The Frogs come out cold at the start of the game with Boykin, and come out cold after the insane three hour delay.
The Texas Longhorns make their first trip to Fort Worth since 1994 and the Horned Frogs will try to knock them off at home for just the second time since 1958.
Texas heads to Fort Worth to take on the Horned Frogs for the first time in decades. The Horned Frogs won in Austin last fall, but this year won't be so easy.
A big week of picks as for the first time all season, all Big 12 members are active in the same week.
The senior quarterback will be available for the Texas game on Saturday, but will be actually see the field?
Jarrett Anderson has served as a lightning rod of controversy this season as the blame for TCU's offensive impotence has fallen squarely at the feet of the Frogs' playcaller. The FoW staff pays Jarrett a visit to ensure that wrongs are righted before the Texas game.
TCU marches into Stillwater, Oklahoma... And continues to suck on offense, eventually resulting in a loss to the Cowboys.
Texas started with a thud, but has shown signs of becoming the team that people thought they would be before the season began. We break down the offense and the defense to examine the growth and if it will continue against TCU.
A relatively quiet week in the Big 12, but the Power Rankings are never the same.
Florida State rises to the top with a solid showing vs. Clemson, Alabama has Oregon on its heels, and Missouri is suddenly in the CFB playoff that isn't happening.
Great defense, terrible offense. What's new?
The FOW staff is down this week, not feeling good about the Frog's future coming off a horrendous performance in Stillwater.
Now in it's eighth season, Liberty Mutual has been awarding a coach of the year award annually to the coach who is truly great both on and off the field. Today, I make the case that Gary Patterson is this man, and something tells me you will agree.
There were moments where several of the top teams looked to be in trouble, but the contenders survived another week. We look at all the action as always as we try and make sense of this senseless season
The FoW staff checks in with their thoughts on the soul-sucking defeat at the hands of the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
Another great defensive performance by the Frogs is wasted by the offense's mind boggling ineptitude.
TCU heads north of the red river for the second time this season to take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys.
There are really only two keys to the game this week. Ya ready?
TCU takes on Oklahoma State at 11am CST, but there are plenty of good games later in the day as well.
Another game day is just ahead, so the Frogs O' War crew once again steps forward to make predictions for every game.
Believe it or not, we won this game, thanks to tons of Kansas turnovers and a freak touchdown from David Porter to start the second half... But man, it was crazy close for most of this game.
HawkeyedFrog puts HatcoCowboy from Oklahoma State's Cowboys Ride for Free to the question in advance of Saturday's visit to Stillwater.
The Frogs played terribly on Saturday but managed to come away with a win. Let's look at how it happened.
The Cowboys haven't quite lived up to their expectations yet this year, but their goals for the season are still within reach. We break down the offense and defense to see if TCU can crush those goals
Andy Dalton lead the alumni this week, passing for over 300 yards in a Bengals win.
What in the world is to be done with power rankings for a conference that won't make up its mind about which teams are good? Read on and find out!
TCU heads up to Stillwater for the second consecutive year to take on a listless Cowboys team who looks ripe for the taking... by any offense except for TCU's,
Welcome back to the MMQB, where we have the distinct pleasure of talking about a TCU victory instead of yet another disappointing loss. But, have no fear, we still sucked quite a bit and there is plenty to dump on... Let's dive right in!
The invincible top of the conference looks a lot more vulnerable this week, check how the Big 12 shook out on Saturday.
The Frogs O' War staff checks in with their opinions on TCU's long awaited first home Big 12 win.
The Frogs dominate the game on both sides, but keep the Jayhawks in the game with mistake after mistake before pulling away.
Game time in Fort Worth as the Frogs kick off the home portion of the Big 12 schedule against the Kansas Jayhawks.
Saturday is a day away, and the Big 12 has four interesting offerings for us. Who does the FoW staff think will win in the Big 12 this week?
TCU headed into Norman... But the offense didn't make it to the game until the second half. It was so close, yet so far for TCU who lost to the Sooners for the second consecutive year.
Checking in behind enemy lines once again, Frogs O' War gets in touch with SBNation Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk for an information exchange before this week's contest.
As reported by numerous media sources, Fields will have surgery on his right foot and will miss the rest of the season. He will seek a medical redshirt to protect this year of his eligibility.
The Kansas Jayhawks are an improved team from last year, but then again they'd almost have to be. We break down the offense and the defense so you know what to expect from Kansas on Saturday.
Gary Patterson took to the podium to talk TCU Football and his team's offensive struggles.
TCU welcomes the Jayhawks into town for their third conference game of the year.
Welcome back to the MMQB, where FOW writers are licking their wounds following the tough loss in Norman. It is the third loss for TCU on the season, all of them have been close late in the game and all have been winnable. Where do we go now?
The cream of the conference continues to rise, while the rest of the teams are still caught in the churning. What happened in the Big 12 this week?
The Frogs O' War Staff lines up to sound off on another frustrating loss, this time to the Oklahoma Sooners on the road in Norman.
A frustrating end to another great defensive performance for the Frogs, as OU is able to get the first downs they need to run the clock out late
TCU heads to Norman for the first time as a member of the Big 12 conference, hoping to take down the #11 Oklahoma Sooners and put themselves back in the Big 12 title chase.
Leaving Norman with a win is going to be a difficult task for TCU, but it's possible if they take care of a few things.
The trio of seers that make up your Frogs O' War staff converge once again to put their Big 12 picks on record.
Frogs O' War crosses North of the Red River for an exchange of information with SBNation's Oklahoma Sooner blog, the Crimson and Cream Machine
All of this week and weekends games, including a compelling matchup on both Thursday and Saturday night as ESPN and Fox Sports get after it.
In the latest chapter of the battle for the iron skillet, TCU gets off to a slow start before opening up a can of whoop ass on the Mustangs in Fort Worth.
Ezra has wandered off to face the perils of real world responsibility, leaving us in a world devoid of opponent previews. This unjust world will not stand, so HawkeyedFrog takes on the mantle of previewer.
Jamie, Patrick, and Hawk all submitted ballots this week... Frankly, I can't believe TCU didn't get a vote with all the homers around here.
ITS GAMEWEEK! This Saturday night, TCU will head to Oklahoma to face the undefeated Sooners in primetime on FOX. And with the line only being at 10/11 in favor of the Sooners, Vegas clearly thinks we have a chance... do we?
Jamie takes a deeper look at what made the Frogs tick against SMU.
Welcome back to the MMQB, where FOW analysts are recapping the good, the bad, and the something from a not-real blowout against SMU. Are the Frogs finding their groove or was this all a phantom win? Read on to find out.
The last week of the non-conference schedule saw two dominating performances, but the lone conference game of the day was an absolute shocker.
The Frogs O' War staff drops in to analyze the key points of TCU's dominating win over the rival SMU Mustangs.
TCU's recovers from a halftime deficit to decimate SMU in the second half.
We all know what this is about. Proximity. Hatred. Rivalry. A big hunk of iron and a belief that eating frog legs is not okay. Let's keep it at home.
In preparation for Saturday's non-conference showdown with the ponies from Dallas, here is a roundup of any/all information you need to make the best of your college football weekend.
Frogs O' War checks the tape of TCU's 20-10 loss to the Texas Tech Red Raiders and highlights what went right, what went wrong and what we're likely to see in the future.
The FOW bloggers line up ballots after 4 weeks of games. Here's their assessment.
It's gameweek again Frog fans, and the boys of fall are ready to take on rival SMU at home following a bye week and a tough loss to Tech. LETS DO THIS THANG! PS: Fungo will be in town this week for the game, let me know if we should do a FOW get together.
Even with a short week of games, it's utter chaos in the power rankings once again. This is going to be a fun season.
TCU headed to Lubbock for a Thursday night showdown... The offense was dead under new starting quarterback Trevone Boykin, and the Raiders pulled off the Vegas upset 20-10.
Byes abound this week in the Big 12, but there were several interesting result in the small crop of games. TCU and Oklahoma excepted, non-conference play is over as of this weekend, so what have we learned so far?
Happy Saturday! Take a day off from TCU Football (there isn't a game) and, instead, get ready to watch lots of not too thrilling matchups! But hey, it's still college football!
Gary Patterson, in meeting with the media Wednesday, updated the status of several players and gave insight into changes currently being made in the TCU Football program.
The first three games are in the books, how do the different offensive, defensive and coaching groups do through the first quarter of the season?
Gary Patterson, speaking to the media following Wednesday's practice, said the Big 12 admitted to getting calls wrong and said the officials in question would "not be having a good week."
Griffin Gilbert, brother of the SMU quarterback of similar name, was an emerging star for the Frogs at the underutilized tight end position.
The TCU home opener proves to be a tough match for the Horned Frogs, who pull ahead in the second half after Trevone Boykin comes on to play for an injured Casey Pachall.
This weeks lessons in polling: beating Manziel: good. Losing to the Akron Zips: bad. Beating Kent State: otherworldly.
In today's MMQB (the first, since Patrick was out of town the first two weeks of the season), the guys talk about the loss to Texas Tech but also about the season as a whole.
Yet more movement in the rankings as several teams wrap up their non-con slates. Do we have a new #1 team?
Another full week of Big 12 play, but only one conference game (which we won't be discussing here, because I'm in a good mood and don't plan on ruining it). How is the Big 12 shaping up on the cusp of conference play starting in earnest?
TCU takes on LSU at Cowboys Stadium (now AT&T Stadium), with the Frogs making it close late before LSU pulls ahead and ultimately takes the 2013 season opener.
The Star-Telegram reported this morning that Fields suffered a foot injury late in the game. Word today is that the injury could be a broken foot or a badly sprained foot, which could hold Fields out of action indefinitely.
The TCU offense ran onto the field, it messed shit up, and Casey hung his head. The entire ball game, in one gif.
TCU played poorly on offense, the refs seemed to make several bad calls/no calls throughout the game including late, which all lead to a 20-10 loss to Texas Tech in Lubbock.
No, seriously. What the hell was that?
The West Texas Championship game is upon us at last. We're all going to be watching, so why not join in the conversation with your fellow fans who are living and dying with every touchdown?
Despite being a short week, the concentration of hate has been very high on Frogs O' War, as TCU/Tech stirs up strong emotions from both sides. We've had profanity laced titles and bets between husband and wife, but how did all this come about? We go back to the offseason once again, where the FoW staff plots to ensure victory against the Texas Tech Red Raiders
(Jamie busts through your door wearing a mock turtleneck and visor. He's sweating a lot, because he got lost on the run to your house).
Clemson over Alabama? Here's a poll that has escaped the vortex in Tuscaloosa, for at least a week.
TCU is heading into the unfriendly confined of Lubbock to take on a young, unproven, yet dangerous team. Will the Horned Frogs come out of the desert unscathed? We will all find out Thursday night on ESPN.
The TCU Equipment staff has yet another cool helmet idea in the works, this one paying tribute to those who lost their lives on and because of 9/11.
All the information you need on game time, TV options, radio options, etc.
It's gameweek with a team that isn't FCS or SMU! That means that they have fans, and that Frogs O' War seeks these fans out to engage in the ancient tradition of questions and answers.
Gary Patterson took to the microphone today to talk all things Casey Pachall, Devonte Fields, and Texas Tech.
TCU heads into week 3 with one not good loss and one not good win. Tech has two wins that mean and say nothing about the actual strength of their program, but their QB has looked solid. It's a short week, see everybody Thursday night on ESPN!
TCU's entrance video for the 2013 season was pretty solid... I prefer the work done back in the day by the Red Productions crew, but this is just as solid.
The defensive end still has one more quarter to serve on his two game suspension.
The Frogs O' War staff checks in with their analysis of TCU's first win of the season.
After an absolutely abysmal first half the frogs remember that they're a good team and pound SE Louisiana
Another week, another game against a team of big cats from Louisiana. Let's hope we have more success this time around.
The Carter will rock purple endzones this weekend. So. Amazing.
We're all looking into our crystal balls to see who comes out on top this Saturday.
Frogs O' War checks the tape of TCU's 37-27 loss to the LSU tigers and highlights what went right, what went wrong and what we're likely to see in the future.
Frog fans got to know B.J. Catalon pretty well last season, but now, the nation knows who he is after a stellar game vs. LSU.
SLU is smaller and generally less talented than TCU. But they've got a dynamic quarterback, confidence, and momentum coming into Saturday's match in Fort Worth. The Frogs will do well to remember that Kansas State and Iowa State were bigger and better last week, too.
The Horned Frogs move onto the second of their seasons Lions, Tigers and Bears trifecta.
Shocking defeats, comfortable wins and 1-1 against the SEC. Check who struggled and who thrived this week in the Big 12 with the conference roundup.
The Frogs O' War staff checks in with instant analysis of TCU's frustrating loss to the LSU Tigers.
The Frogs defense gets worn down in the second half, and LSU escapes with a win.
The time for football has finally arrived once more, and there's nothing like a top 25 showdown to kick off the season with a bang. Chat about all of the games goings on here with your fellow Frogs!
The three time super bowl winning corner and TCU's only Super Bowl MVP shares his wisdom, memories and predictions with Frogs O' War ahead of Saturday's season kickoff against LSU.
Frogs O' War gets in touch with Billy Gomila of LSU's SBNation blog And the Valley Shook for a little down home Q&A ahead of Saturday's season opener in Jerryworld.
In his regular Tuesday press conference, Gary Patterson was asked about Devonte Fields and the chances he plays this Saturday. His response was predictably tame, "You'll Find Out At Game Time."
Horned Frogs and Tigers to meet for the first time since 1968.
Happy Tuesday everybody... Keep an eye on FOW around noon, Gary Patterson addresses the media and the inevitable Devonte Fields rumors.
On the depth chart, released to the media today, previously suspended defensive end Devonte Fields is listed as an "OR" at the right defensive end spot with Matt Anderson, indicating either could start Saturday night. It also indicated both, hypothetically, will play.
The last time LSU took the field, it was against Clemson in their bowl game... What can we garner from this film? A LOT.
It's looking more and more like the stud defensive end will play against the Tigers on Saturday.
Frogs O' War takes a detailed look at the defense the Horned Frogs will line up against at JerryWorld on Saturday. It's got all the pieces of a smothering SEC defense, but not yet the experience. Will inexperience trump its talent come gameday?
The Fort-Worth Star Telegram published an in-depth Gary Patterson biography, including unplugged videos of Gary at practice and playing his guitar in his new home office. It is quite an amazing piece, and worth multiple reads.
Nike has designed, for the fourth time, a custom uniform and helmet for TCU to wear in a "big" game, this time vs. LSU in the Cowboys Classic to star the 2013 season.
We've waited for... at least a few weeks for this day. Today, we find out, what the new Nike uniforms look like, ahead of their in-game debut versus LSU.
The Frogs O' War Staff once again puts their predictions for the season on the record for later bragging and mocking.
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is Arlington Safety Steve Wesley.
The Frogs' toughest test this season may be the first one: LSU. Frogs O' War gives you the most detailed look at the Tigers available on the web, offense first.
George Baltimore, what an awesome name. One of the newest Frogs is already a baller in my eyes.
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is our post-signing day surprise, DT Tevin Lawson
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is the tight end from Fort Worth, Charlie Reid.
Frogs O' War is getting you up to speed on all the new faces around the TCU football team. Next up, Athlete Jermaine Antoine.
It's been a little over one week since version 1.0 of the mock two-deep dropped, and a lot has happened: We have starters at LB, OT, OG, QB, and more... Well, not "Official" starters, but trust us... Barring injury, this is as close as you can get.
Seriously, what's up with all the red, Nike?
Gary Patterson said tonight during media availability that Nike had specifically asked him to stop releasing pictures of the new uniform they had designed for TCU. This coming Friday is the date for the big "reveal." Could this be TCU's new helmet?
The Frogs are in the top 20 to start the season in the poll that everyone talks about but doesn't actually influence determining a champ at all.
Bryson was a slightly underrated prospect coming out of high school, but his reversibility makes him extremely valuable to the Frogs.
Placekicker Jaden Oberkrom (6-3, 187, So.) and punter Ethan Perry (6-4, 230, So.) both received postseason honors as true freshmen in 2012.
After a few months of being chased after by every major program in the country, Dakota Allen has his final two schools: TCU and Texas Tech. Tonight at 9pm, he will announce his decision.
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is OL Joseph Noteboom.
TCU returns a pair of starters in versatile Eric Tausch (6-3, 300, Sr.) and tackle Aviante Collins (6-6, 285, So.).
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is speedster WR Ty Slanina
Marcus Mallet (6-1, 227, Jr.) entered fall camp in a first-team position. The Cleveland, Texas, native saw increased action in the second half of the season with starts against Kansas State and Texas.
Dan Greene of Sports Illustrated doesn't mention Frogs O' War, but he seems to like the football team just fine.
Trevone Boykin (6-2, 215, So.) and Casey Pachall (6-5, 230, Sr.) are locked in a battle for the first-team job.
FOW is a big fan of Paul Myerberg's writing about college football. Myerberg returns the favor, but isn't buying TCU this season. Read why, and why he's wrong.
While none of the nine players who entered fall camp on the depth chart at wide receiver are seniors, there's still experience at the position. Adding to the corps are transfers Ja'Juan Story (6-4, 208, So.) and Josh Doctson (6-4, 190, So.).
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is big offensive tackle, Eason Fromayan.
We are a few weeks into camp and already the depth chart is beginning to come into view... Very few injuries to speak of at this point which is good news for TCU, and some new names are starting to jump up the depth chart for the Frogs.
TCU returns both starters in All-American Jason Verrett (5-10, 176, Sr.) and Kevin White (5-10, 174, Jr.).
The tight end position will be bolstered by the return of Stephen Bryant (6-5, 240, Jr.), last year's projected starter who suffered a season-ending injury in the opening scrimmage of fall camp.
Basketball looked OK last night, Tiger Woods has a ways to go, Albert Pujols is a steroid user?
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is junior college transfer DE, Mike Tuaua
The defensive line is stacked for TCU, returning All-American Devonte Fields and NFL Draft prospect Chucky Hunter.
The stomach flu is going around, Dunbar is spending time at the guard position, the V's are doing well at tackle, and the running backs are still awesome.
With 120 players coming in and out of the program at all times, it is sometimes hard to keep track of everything... Fear not! The first edition of the FOW 2013 TCU Football Scholarship and Depth Chart has arrived!
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is sleeper safety candidate, DB Denzel Johnson.
Setting yet another record for ticket sales, TCU Football has sold out for the second straight year. The new record of 31,636 tickets sold represents a monumental achievement for TCU.
In addition to leading rusher B.J. Catalon (5-9, 190, So.), the running back position in 2013 will feature a return to action for Waymon James (5-8, 203, Sr.) and Aaron Green (5-11, 200, So.).
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, We're profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Next up is a defensive stud, CB Ranthony Texada.
Strong safety Sam Carter (6-1, 215, Jr.), weak safety Chris Hackett (6-2, 195, So.) and free safety Elisha Olabode (5-11, 193, Sr.) all return to their starting positions from a year ago.
After practice tonight, reporters had a chance to interview Gary Patterson, and one of his answers regarding Devonte Fields seemed to indicate there was a chance the all world defensive end might just play vs. the Tigers from LSU.
Did you have a chance to read every single preseason College Football magazine? Me too. If you add all these numbers together, the top 25 rankings and conference predictions are quite interesting.
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. Second up is the offensive headliner, RB Kyle Hicks.
The walk-on turned scholarship player has decided to walk away from football.
Leading up to the 2013 TCU Football season, we will be profiling the newest Horned Frogs on campus who were all a part of the 2013 recruiting class. First up, WR Cameron Echols-Luper.
With linebacker depth a continuing concern for TCU, the commitment of consensus three star linebacker Jimmie Swain is a big deal for the Horned Frogs.
TCU and LSU both have major questions leading up to the Cowboys Classic.
The USA Today Coaches Poll was released today, the most relevant preseason college football rankings.
The Left Tackle has reportedly quit the team, according to several reports.
For the first time since being dismissed from the team following a DWI arrest in 2012, Casey Pachall took 10 minutes to speak with the media today during TCU Football reporting day.
TCU is returning a ton of talent in 2013, and national awards groups are taking notice.
TCU comes in third: Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, TCU, Texas, Baylor and Kansas State all received first place votes.
Congratulations to Mark Cohen, Matt Hoover, and the entire staff at TCU Media Relations for yet another fantastic TCU Factbook... What would Kirk Herbstreit do without you?
The massive offensive tackle is from Lakewood Highschool in California; He measures in at roughly 6'6", 330 lbs.
In a recent article published by the School of Business at Emory College, they looked at the % chance of making it to a BCS bowl in a non-AQ (non automatic-qualifier) conference versus a AQ conference... The results may surprise you!
EA Sports released team rankings for NCAA Football '14 a while ago, and now I'm taking a look to see just how well they rated the Horned Frogs units.
The JUCO transfer selected TCU over Oklahoma and Texas Tech.
The third commit and three weeks for TCU Football is a good one, a stud on and off the field for Desoto with legacy roots at the University of Texas and an NFL pedigree. Despite the noise, Orr says he is solidly committed to the Horned Frogs.
The transfer from LSU had just become eligible to play after sitting out a year, but has been kicked off of the team.
Gary Patterson reported to TCU 360 that Jenkins has been dismissed from the team after a recent arrest for suspicion of burglary.
Spring has turned into summer, and anticipation of football has made me nostalgic for the great games gone by.
TCU favored in 4, underdog in 5.
For its participation in the Cowboys Classic in 2013, TCU will take home $3 million in revenue, which will be shared between athletics and the university.
Both are questionable.
TCU is putting together solid non-conference schedules for the future, but are the Frogs in the minority for finding tough matchups?
The Baylor game was one of the few bright moments in 2012 for TCU. Can they replicate that in 2013?
Remember that Colin Klein guy? God he was awful.
The spring season preview rolls onward with the team that inflicted our most disheartening loss of last year, the Iowa State Cyclones.
It was one of the most exciting games of 2012, but the rematch could be a blowout.
The Texas Longhorns are expected to be better in 2013, thanks to a matured offense and reloaded defense... But should we believe the hype?
The Opponent Preview series moves on to Stillwater for the only team that TCU will play twice in the Big 12 slate without setting foot in Fort Worth
Awesome hype video with 2012 highlights...
Gary Patterson announced today that he has suspended sophomore defensive end Devonte Fields for the first two games of the 2013 season for a violation of team and university rules.
The Spring Football look ahead travels to Lawrence for a look at the only Big 12 team to face a full strength TCU team last year- the Kansas Jayhawks.
The Spring Football preview series wraps up with a position group that gave TCU fans little reasons to be happy last year, but could be the most improved unit on the team this year.
Looking forward to the 2013-2014 TCU football team position by position, continuing with the men up front on defense
The Horned Frogs lost a close one to the Sooners in 2012, 2013 looks to be a competitive matchup once again, this time in Sooner-Ville.
TCU has announced a home-and-home football series with Minnesota beginning in 2014.
The spring was all about the return of Pachall, as it should be, and Gary is keeping quiet about who his starter will be come this fall... But, when you look at the numbers, the answer seems clear.
The Spring football look ahead series rolls on, as we look at our Skillet-less rivals to the East: The SMU Mustangs
Taking a way-too-early look at our Red Raider opponents.
Looking forward to the 2013-2014 TCU football team position by position, continuing with the key to our offensive success this season: The Offensive Line
Returning waterboy Bobby Boucher Jr. leads the Muddogs, who are pretty terrible, with the possible exception of their amazing linebacker and savant head coach.
Kenny Cain has graduated, leaving the Frogs with a bunch of junior options (literally) who show promise, but none are perfect. Who will the Frogs settle on?
Spring football has closed, which means it's time for obscenely early looks ahead toward the 2013 football schedule. First up, the LSU Tigers.
Looking forward to the 2013-2014 TCU football team position by position, starting with the most talented group on the team- the secondary.
The game between the Horned Frogs and the Red Raiders has been moved to Thursday, September 12.
The Horned Frogs and Tigers face off in the Cowboys Classic at Jerryworld on August 31st, and now, a kickoff time has been set.
After delaying his decision to sign when LSU pulled his full offer, Tevin Lawson has made his decision.
The Frogs O' War Let's Play series rolls on with the Texas State Bobcats, who are an appealing team to play due to a few shared names in our histories.
TCU Wide Receiver Josh Boyce is leaving early for the NFL Draft.
Most people were shocked when Maponga announced he was coming out early, expecting him to stay and improve his stock during his senior campaign.
Corey Fuller was generally underutilized as a Horned Frog, but still has potential at the next level.
Here's to a boring off season,.
TCU has gone out and pulled in a fantastic class for 2013, and while they lost out on a few big names, fans should be please with the guys that signed.
Finally some good news. The JuCo transfer out of College of the Canyons in California is officially a Horned Frog.
Outlaw and Polite-Bray are headed to Tech, apparently.
TCU claimed its second commit of the day after Jermaine Antoine switched his commitment from the University of North Texas to the Frogs.
According to reports out of HornedFrogBlitz.com, TCU has received a commitment from the safety prospect out of Gainesville, Texas.
TCU wide receiver Skye Dawson had a decent career with the Frogs, but he'll always be remembered for his inability to catch punts.
The linebacker from John Curtis HS in River Ridge, Louisiana, has had a crazy 24 hours of recruiting.
After visiting this past weekend, Frisco Centennial cornerback Cydney Calvin has committed to TCU.
With national signing day fast approaching, SBNation takes a look at the current state of recruiting in the Big 12.
National Signing Day is on its way, and the whimsical decisions of teenage boys will be the talk of the college sports world for weeks to come. Is it silly to care so much about the decision an 18 year old makes? Of course, but it's also important.
TCU Right Guard Blaize Foltz is headed to the NFL Draft, so let's see what he's got going for him.
As we continue our analysis of the TCU players entering the 2013 NFL Draft, we breakdown the playing style and measureables of running back Matthew Tucker.
There were a lot of big name prospects in Fort Worth to visit TCU over the weekend, which gives us an opportunity to recap where the Horned Frogs' 2013 recruiting class currently stands.
Jamie begins his previews of each TCU Horned Frog entering the 2013 NFL Draft with senior linebacker Kenny Cain.
In this week's entry in the Let's Play series we take a look at the first featured team in the Let's Play series, the North Texas Mean Green.
Gary Patterson has hired DeMontie Cross away from Charlie Wise to coach linebackers, and Kenny Perry is being brought in from Arlington Bowie High School to serve as a high school liaison.
Over the next few weeks, Frogs O' War will be breaking down all the TCU players that have entered the 2013 NFL Draft.
Former Auburn and Oklahoma State assistant coach Curtis Luper has reportedly been hired by Gary Patterson to take over as running backs coach.
TCU linebacker A.J. Hilliard has transferred to Texas A&M, or so it seems.
TCU's star defensive end Stansly Maponga is taking his talents to the next level.
In this week's entry in the Let's Play series we take a look at the first featured team in the Let's Play series, the Rice Owls
Casey Pachall, the former starting quarterback has rejoined the team, and will attend a team meeting today.
Just a few days after decommitting from Texas A&M, Cameron Echols-Luper has committed to TCU.
TCU was able to switch the major dual-threat QB from Syracuse after a coaching change for the Orange changed his incoming dynamic... Allen is also an early enrollee and will start school at TCU next week.
The Aggies have dominated the recruiting landscape, but is their large class driving some kids away? TCU looks to scoop up two of their decommits as the Frogs continue to bolster a strong 2013 class.
Purple Wimple has the final top 25 poll all to himself... I bet you find some room to disagree!
The leading receiver for the past two seasons is on his way to the show.
HUGE news... The Big 12's best CB is coming back.
The Horned Frogs have clawed their way up from being buried into the WAC up to the Big 12 and has now taken one of the precious few places at the "haves" table. What does that mean for our relationship with the other teams in Texas, though?
From Mac's blog this morning, "One person familiar with the situation said, "It's still a work in progress. It's not a done deal yet. According to a pair of sources, Pachall is not back with the team as he has yet to finish the treatment program..."
The art of rosterbation is a mix of skill, passion, and unbridled homerism. And we at Frogs O' War embrace this practice with open arms, and thus we offer you our first way-too-early 2013 two-deep depth chart for TCU Football.
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