TCU graduate student and two-time All-Big 12 safety Sam Carter has been named a finalist for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award.
The Horned Frogs (8-1, 5-1 Big 12) climbed to No. 4 in Tuesday’s updated CFP rankings, inside the projected four-team mix of playoff participants.
TCU joined Mississippi State, Oregon and Florida State in the College Football Playoff committee’s top four, beating out teams such as Alabama and Ohio State.
Baylor and TCU currently sit atop the Big 12 standings with identical 8-1, 5-1 records, and if the two remain deadlocked at the end of the season, conference commissioner Bob Bowslby says the Big 12 won’t recommend one team over the other to the College Football Playoff committee.
If there was any doubt about the biggest debate facing the College Football Playoff, eight of the first 10 media questions directed Tuesday to committee chairman Jeff Long involved TCU and Baylor.
Debate the fairness all you want. Time and time again, it's proven true. It's why, combined with a laughably soft nonconference schedule, No. 7 Baylor is still three spots behind No. 4 TCU in the College Football Playoff committee poll.
TCU coach Gary Patterson said he will not worry about style points the rest of the season and will take knees against beaten opponents.
The goal for TCU this season was “to become relevant again,’’ coach Gary Patterson said on Tuesday.
Four years ago, on a recruiting trip through Texas, Clint Bowen laid his eyes on a rather impressive quarterback prospect from West Mesquite High in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
TCU football coach Gary Patterson held his weekly news conference on Tuesday in the Four Sevens Team.