Boykin, Elliot atop current Bovada odds for Heisman | FanBuzz
2015 Heisman Trophy Odds (as of 7/2/15):
Trevone Boykin, QB, TCU: 6/1
Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State: 7/1
Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia: 9/1
Braxton Miller, QB, Ohio State: 10/1
Cody Kessler, QB, USC: 12/1
Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State: 12/1
Jeremy Johnson, QB, Auburn: 12/1
Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU: 12/1
Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama: 16/1
10. James McFarland, Sr. DE. McFarland will likely split his time with Josh Carraway at the defensive end position, but he would easily be a full-time starter on another Big 12 team. He led the Horned Frogs in sacks a year ago with seven and finished the year with the most tackles for loss among returning players with 12. His biggest game came on the biggest stage with a defensive MVP win at the Peach Bowl after intercepting a pass in the end zone for a TCU touchdown and adding a sack.
"The only team that's coming at me right now is really TCU. I've been up there like three times already. Right now, I'd say my commitment is probably at about 75 percent to LSU."
TCU Recognized by Capital One Cup | GoFrogs.com
TCU enjoyed a wealth of success during the 2014-15 season. The year began with a 12-1 season in football, claiming the Big 12 Championship and a win in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, finishing the season at No. 3. Men’s track & field produced another national champion in Ronnie Baker in the 60-meter dash, which broke a 15-year-old school record.
Former TCU running back ready to lead Fort Worth North Side | Fort Worth Star Telegram
The football players at Fort Worth North Side didn’t seem to mind that Joseph Turner only had two years of coaching experience, or that he wasn’t even 30 years old.
UNT, TCU plan to open medical school in Fort Worth, sources say | Dallas Morning News
The University of North Texas and Texas Christian University plan to open a medical school together in Fort Worth, according to sources.
UNT Health, TCU talking M.D. school, but it's all on the QT | Fort Worth Star Telegram
Trustees will meet Monday to discuss making UNT an unprecedented one-stop shop for degrees in medicine, pharmacy, biomedical sciences, public health and health professions, and along the way giving TCU its first medical school in 97 years.