At No. 4 in the country, the Frogs will get everybody’s best shot from this point on, if they weren’t already. Kansas needs to win its final three games to get bowl eligible, but with TCU, Oklahoma and Kansas State remaining, the Jayhawks can worry about just one week at a time after a win over Iowa State last week.
The Horned Frogs are tied for the Big 12 lead and would be among the four teams in the College Football Playoff if the season ended this week. Unfortunately for TCU, that's not the case. And with no marquee opponents in its final three games, it may take some lopsided victories to hold onto that spot. Meanwhile, Kansas will be trying to build on a victory over Iowa State, its first under interim coach Clint Bowen.
He has spent almost 30 years covering college football and basketball. He talked to the Star-Telegram about the state of college football, the new playoff format and TCU’s season.
Colleges insider Chuck Carlton hosted a chat Thursday afternoon to talk all things college football.
A popular college football video this week features a jubilant Texas coach Charlie Strong being passed through the locker room, held aloft by players, after Saturday’s victory over West Virginia.
That would be impressive for TCU men’s basketball. The Horned Frogs, who begin the season Friday night at their temporary home, Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center, against Prairie View A&M, have little to show for two seasons under Johnson as head coach.
The TCU women’s basketball team embarks on a new journey Friday as they open the 2014-15 regular season against Houston Baptist at 7 p.m. in the University Recreation Center.