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TCU News: TCU AD Chris Del Conte Would Welcome Trevone Boykin Back to TCU

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Del Conte says Trevone Boykin will be welcomed back at TCU: "He's ours" | Fort Worth Star Telegram

CDC said that he's simply following Bram Kohlhausen's lead.

“Think about what he did — the selfless act of humanity when he got up there and said he will always be my brother, this is his team, he taught me how to play, taught me how to be a man, taught me how to be a football player. That act of humility taught me a lesson myself. I sat there and was so overwhelmed with emotion for him to do that, because that was his spotlight. Yet he forgave, embraced, and said this was his team.”

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Help is on the way: TCU Horned Frogs | ESPN

ESPN addresses the quarterback situation the Frogs are currently facing.

With signing day just around the corner, we're going to be breaking down where Big 12 teams have the biggest positional need on their rosters. Then, ESPN recruiting guru Jeremy Crabtree is going to reveal how those Big 12 teams are addressing that need in recruiting.

Trevone Boykin is trying to convince NFL scouts that his arrest doesn't define his character | SB Nation

He's saying and doing all the right things.

"It's been way better than I really thought it would be," Boykin said. "I have no problem telling my story and I'm just really ready to move forward and prove to guys that I can play quarterback in this league. They know young people make mistakes and right now it's just about not making any more mistakes. You're a professional and you have to treat it like that."

Football Recruiting

Texas RB target Darius Anderson commits to TCU | Burnt Orange Nation

It seems that Anderson is shutting his recruiting down, as he won't visit Texas as previously planned.

According to Horned Frogs Blitz, that means that Anderson won't be on campus in Austin as previously planned.

Women's Basketball

TCU women lose lead in fourth quarter to No. 6 Texas | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Frogs led by as many as 11 in the game, and by three early in the final frame.

Wednesday, TCU held a three-point lead early in the fourth quarter, but Texas (17-1, 6-1 Big 12) outscored the Horned Frogs 23-15 in the frame, including seven points off five TCU turnovers.

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