TCU, which won a conference championship in football and reached baseball’s College World Series. announced Monday the athletic department raised $39.2 million for the academic year.
There's plenty to be excited about with TCU. It has 10 returning starters back on offense and it has coach Gary Patterson, who has always been a successful defensive coach, but apparently Sports Illustrated is thinking there will be some regression.
Nobody asked you, SI. It seems that FOX scoffs at this idea, and we do too.
Fields will enroll on Aug. 4, he told The Courier-Journal last week. That puts the 2012 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year on campus for the start of fall camp Aug. 6, and he stacks up as one of the Cardinals' most high-profile additions heading into the 2015 season.
It's good to see Fields getting back on his feet, and with a strict set of guidelines, he could very well flourish at Louisville. Here's to hoping for the best for him.
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino said former TCU defensive end Devonte Fields will have a short leash once he joins the Cardinals’ football team early next month, ESPN reported.