In its New Year’s Six bowl appearance, TCU wanted to re-establish its reputation on defense as much as showcase its playoff quality.
Watching Oregon emasculate the previously undefeated uber masculine Florida State in the Rose Bowl made me long for Froggies vs. Ducks. That would have been a game.
Their coach politicked and cried foul, called anyone who was pro-TCU a Commie or a Canadian, and even confronted the conference commissioner for hurting his team’s playoff chances.
Instead of spending all the time whining about being left out, maybe you should have spent more time coaching your players to hold onto the lead.
The TCU men's basketball program opens conference play on the hardwood Saturday against No. 15 West Virginia. Start time is set for 3:00 p.m. CT inside Wilkerson-Greines.