clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

TCU News: Boykin, Doctson boost Heisman hopes

Here are your morning links!


TCU's Boykin, Doctson boosting each other's Heisman chances | Fort Worth Star Telegram

They're "two peas in a pod," according to Boykin.

Boykin’s Heisman campaign has gotten stronger because of Doctson, and Doctson’s profile increases in turn. Already one of the favorites for the Biletnikoff Award, Doctson is making his own case for an invitation to New York City.

Read more here:

Trevone and Abby: The story behind the photo of the TCU QB and a little Iowa State fan | Fort Worth Star Telegram

A good story from the perspective of the photographer.

Star-Telegram photographer Paul Moseley describes the scene at midfield when he captured the moment between Trevone Boykin and Abby Faber. And the resulting social media frenzy and outpouring of support that followed.

Read more here:

For Big 12 playoff hopefuls, losing isn't an option | TCU 360

Do the Frogs/Bears really have to go undefeated to get in?

When the Horned Frogs were left out of the inaugural College Football Playoffs in 2015, despite ending their season as co-Big 12 champions with an 11-1 record, head coach Gary Patterson kept his explanation simple: They had to go undefeated to control their destiny, and they didn’t.


Strong blocking pushes TCU volleyball toward best season in Big 12 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Frogs are first in blocks per set in the Big 12, and the have one of the best blockers in the country.

Juniors Regan McGuire and Natalie Gower lead the team in blocked shots per set, averaging 1.61 and 1.22, respectively. McGuire’s mark places her best in the Big 12 and sixth in the nation.

Read more here:
Men's Basketball

Scott Inducted Into Rice Hall of Fame |

The Frogs assistant coach has been with the team for four years.

TCU men's basketball assistant coach Brent Scott will be inducted into the Rice Athletics Hall of Fame Friday night.