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TCU Expected To Hire Meacham | Star Telegram
From Stefan Stevenson, "TCU is expected to hire Houston offensive coordinator Doug Meacham, according to a source who confirmed another report Tuesday evening". Stevenson also addresses the Burns/Anderson situation
Tweets from Stevenson regarding the situation :
"Multiple sources have said that no current TCU assistant coach will be fired. Plenty of jobs/position coach spots to go around."
"Other sources have said that Travis Bush is not coming to TCU, along with OC Doug Meacham."
TCU Reportedly Hires Houston's Doug Meacham as OC | Sbnation.com
From Chris Fuhrmeister of SB Nation, "In his first year as the Cougars' offensive coordinator, Meacham has been in charge of a potent attack that averaged 33.9 points and 422.5 yards per contest."
TCU Expected to Hire Meacham as OC | TCU.Scout.com
From Alex Apple "After an up and down year offensively, TCU will hire Doug Meacham as its offensive coordinator."
TCU needs this more than a new offensive coordinator | Star Telegram, Mac Engel Blog
Mac Engel argues that the Meacham hire is just the first step in TCU returning to glory and that the Frogs' best option for quarterback "is likely not on campus yet".
Report: TCU hires Houston's Doug Meacham as its OC | Nbcsports.com
From Chris Houston of NBC Sports "At this point, a fresh approach is needed after TCU finished 4-8, its worst record since going 1-10 in 1997. Otherwise, the Horned Frogs might find themselves permanently ensconced in the Big 12′s lower half."
TCU Ready for Mississippi State Thursday | GoFrogs.com
The TCU men's basketball program will continue life on the road Thursday night at Mississippi State inside Humphrey Coliseum."
Amric Fields is still likely out, but there are rumors circulating that the team's emotional leader and center could play Thursday in Starkville.
Women's Basketball set to host Stephen F. Austin tonight | GoFrogs.com
"(Zahna) Medley set the TCU freshman record a year ago with 77 total 3-pointers and has started the 2013-14 season on a tear, tying for the lead in the Big 12 with 3.0 treys per game. The Springfield, Ill., native has connected on four or more trifectas in four of the seven games this season."
Johnson wins USTA National Open | GoFrogs.com
"Johnson, who is ranked No. 14 in the nation, took down two top 15 ranked opponents and did not drop a set on his way to winning the title."