The Frogs continue their home-stand tonight, welcoming Manhattan to town for a three game set. A loss in this series would be bad, make sure you get out and cheer on the team.
Also, we are going to have a playoff in college football.. More on that, from me, later. Now, your morning links:
TCU Welcomes Manhattan For Weekend Series - Texas Christian University Horned Frogs - Official Athletic Site
The TCU Horned Frogs continue their homestand this weekend when they host Manhattan for a three game series. Friday night's series opener is slated to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Field Event Duo Shines For TCU On First Day Of Penn Relays - Texas Christian University Horned Frogs - Official Athletic Site
Senior Whitney Gipson and junior Kelsey Samuels both claimed first-place accolades Thursday afternoon in their respective events to lead TCU on a historic opening day of the 118th running of the Penn Relays at Franklin Field.
BCS moves toward college football playoff | The Baxter Bulletin | baxterbulletin.com
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) — College football is on the verge of finally having a playoff, its own version of the final four.
TCU fans running out of time to leave their mark | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports New...
TCU athletics news and notes.
TCU faces Manhattan as homestand continues | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News on t...
Andrew Mitchell has been a solid starter.
Scout.com: Luc set to transfer from Florida State
One of the most coveted linebackers in the country not long ago, Jeff Luc never broke into the starting lineup for Florida State -- and apparently never will. NoleDigest.com has learned Luc will transfer. The 6-foot, 252-pounder could be on his way to Kansas State, although Ole Miss, TCU and South Florida are reportedly in the mix, too.
BCS college football playoff: Conference commissioners make major progress toward college football playoff during Bowl Championship Series meetings - chicagotribune.com
Every conference commissioner who spoke after Wednesday's Bowl Championship Series meetings expressed some level of optimism regarding a college football playoff. The sport clearly is on the cusp of a new system that will please the vast majority of its fans.