The rivalry was born in 1915, and a skillet came into the mix 30 years later. It was either a friendly gesture between two student councils or a trophy bred of a tailgate argument over frying frog legs -- that second tale is more than a little dubious -- but regardless, fine cast iron cookware isn’t the only thing on the line.
It has been a while since a lot of people around Fort Worth have seen former TCU linebacker Tanner Brock, but as you can see from the picture, he is doing well.
With his team set to face SMU on Saturday, TCU head coach Gary Patterson spoke Wednesday about the troubles that the Mustangs can cause for the Horned Frogs’s defense.
TCU defensive back Derrick Kindred is a star on the rise.
He was crucial to the Horned Frogs slowing down Texas Tech in the second half. The versatile sophomore from San Antonio Wagner High School blanketed Tech tight end Jace Amaro, helping hold him to two second-half receptions after catching seven passes in the first half.
SMU is not off to the start June Jones envisioned during fall camp.
The Mustangs are 1-2 heading into the Battle for the Iron Skillet against cross-town rival TCU with their only win coming over FCS opponent Montana State- a 1-point victory. The new Run N’ Raid hasn’t been all that exciting nor has it lead to points being put on the scoreboard.