“My freshman year, we were out in Wyoming, and it just started snowing at halftime,” receiver David Porter said. “So that was pretty new. But I was like, ‘It’s not too bad.’ When you’re out there running, it’s not as cold as it actually feels. It’s not that bad.”
Johnny Football, get your butt off the bench in Cleveland and get back to Fort Worth, posthaste. The quarterback who was recruited over you at TCU is being exploited, and no one gamed his NCAA existence for his own personal financial well-being better than you.
The National Weather Service calls for a game-time temperature of 30 degrees with a 90 percent chance of snow. It would be the coldest temperature in which the warm-weather Frogs have played since Oct. 10, 2009, when it was 19 degrees at the start of a game against Air Force at Colorado Springs, Colo.
Trevone Boykin, among the most dynamic players in college football, chose TCU because it was the only school that promised him a chance to play quarterback.
It wasn’t the prettiest of games, but the TCU men’s basketball team opened the regular season in its makeshift home court of Wilkerson-Greines Athletic Center with a 71-54 win over Prairie View A&M on Friday.
Four TCU players scored in double-figures to lead the Horned Frogs to a 71-54 win over Prairie View A&M in the season-opener for both teams.
TCU went on a 22-4 run midway through the second half Friday night and never looked back, crushing Prairie View A&M at Wilkerson-Greines, 71-54.
Zahna Medley scored 22 points and Chelsea Prince had 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead TCU to an 87-64 victory over Houston Baptist on Friday, giving coach Raegan Pebley a victory in her regular-season debut with the Horned Frogs at the University Recreation Center.
Zahna Medley led four Horned Frogs in double figures with 22 points as the TCU women's basketball team posted an 87-64 season-opening victory over Houston Baptist Friday night at the University Recreation Center.