TCU QB Boykin to undergo wrist surgery | FOX Sports
He suffered the injury last season but played with a soft cast late in the season. TCU begins spring practice on Saturday and Boykin will participate, but he will sit out the final three of 15 spring practices after undergoing the procedure.
Patterson Announces Staff Changes | GoFrogs.com
Safeties coach Chad Glasgow and linebackers coach DeMontie Cross have been promoted to co-defensive coordinators, Dan Sharp will take over as defensive line coach and Paul Gonzales has been named cornerbacks coach.
Surging men subdue Texas Tech, think postseason | Fort Worth Star Telegram
"We’re just fighting to get in something postseason," sophomore forward Kenrich Williams said after recording a double-double with 10 points and a career-high 16 rebounds Wednesday night in the Horned Frogs’ 71-54 victory against Texas Tech. "Make something."
TCU finds balance in win over Texas Tech | Dallas Morning News
In another low-scoring game TCU was able to sweep the season series with rival Texas Tech with a consistent and balanced effort Wednesday. The Horned Frogs had nine players on the board, but none of them were really a primary scoring option for most of the game until Kyan Anderson took over late.
TCU Crushes Texas Tech Wednesday, 71-54 | GoFrogs.com
The Horned Frogs, who led for almost the entire game Wednesday, shot 44.4 percent from the field, while out-rebounding the Red Raiders, 37-36. When it was all said and done, TCU did it on both ends of the court, holding Texas Tech to a dismal 8.3 percent from behind the arc, which included an 0-for-5 showing from deep in the first half.
Skoug, Traver lead TCU to 1-0 win over Texas Southern | Fort Worth Star Telegram
Skoug, the designated hitter, turned on a 3-1 pitch from Felix Gomez to deliver TCU’s third hit of the game and his second career home run.
No. 1 TCU Blanks Texas Southern | GoFrogs.com
Evan Skoug's seventh inning home run proved to be the difference in No. 1 TCU's 1-0 victory over Texas Southern Wednesday night at Lupton Stadium. Three pitchers combined to hold the Tigers to just two hits and three base runners in the game.