TCU defensive end Devonte Fields confirmed Wednesday that he intends to transfer to Stephen F. Austin University. “It’s true,” Fields replied in a text message shortly after his Twitter account hinted as much.
Defensive end Devonte Fields announced Wednesday on Twitter that he is transferring to Stephen F. Austin.
He'll be able to play right away for the Lumberjacks. He'll move to Nacogdoches, Texas, a small East Texas town 200 miles from home, and perhaps that'll help him stay out of trouble. But Fields is bringing with him a reputation badly in need of repair.
With 10 teams playing a round-robin schedule and no championship game, the Big 12 is emphasizing its unique standing in the new playoff era.
While seeing our student-athletes graduate is always my favorite day, it's incredibly energizing to have fall camps underway for several of our sports. Excitement is truly in the air as our football program has two practices completed, and soccer opens today. Volleyball reports Friday with its first practice on Saturday.
Brian Gutierrez, TCU’s vice chancellor of finance and administration, led the discussion about the plan for what he described as a $20 million, four-level structure with a fifth level “tucked in” that is to go up behind the Ranch Management building located at West Cantey and Stadium Drive. Gutierrez said the nine-month project is scheduled to begin in December, and the entire project will have about 1,100 spaces when completed.