The Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Selection Committee has announced TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin and wide receiver Josh Doctson as semifinalists for the 2014 Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award.
No. 5 TCU looks to move a step closer to its first Big 12 championship when it takes the field at Texas on Thanksgiving at 6:30 p.m.
TCU running back Aaron Green slithering through running holes and making defensive backs look silly in the open field isn't exactly the vision that came to mind when Gary Patterson hired Sonny Cumbie and Doug Meacham to run the Horned Frogs' offense this season.
The Big 12 title talk and No. 5 TCU's playoff position won't mean much if the Longhorns, playing their best football of the season, beat the Horned Frogs (9-1, 6-1 Big 12) on Thursday night.
TCU fans likely didn’t expect much excitement from a Thanksgiving showdown with Texas a month ago, but lots of things have changed in the last few weeks.
Texas is playing better. Defense has been pretty solid for awhile. Offense is still inconsistent, mostly because of Swoopes. If he's playing well, he certainly has potential to pull off upset.
The midterm, low-turnout, national elections of early November have given way to a season in which the political froth can't be contained in its own moonshine jug.
The senior from North Crowley made 4 of 6 shots from 3-point range, finished with a game-high 19 points and moved to No. 13 on the school’s all-time scoring list in a 106-53 victory against Mississippi Valley State.
On a night when all 14 players suited up scored, the Horned Frogs simply outmanned and outplayed the Delta Devils, eclipsing the 100-point barrier for the first time under head coach Trent Johnson. To put the game into perspective, at one point in the second half, TCU had more blocked shots (11) than the Delta Devils had field goals with nine.