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Aaron Green says he was underutilized at TCU and has more to give in the NFL | Fort Worth Star Telegram

He's working to prove he can be an every-down back in the league.

While Green would like to prove he can be an every-down guy, he faces an uphill battle. Most NFL scouts project him as a third-down type player, a running back who must be able to block in pass protection and catch the ball out of the backfield.

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Men's Basketball

TCU wants to show better offense in its part of Big 12/SEC Challenge | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Frogs have to start scoring more, but it's been a struggle all season.

Johnson believes the Frogs have enough firepower to win. The most recent recruiting class added scorers like Trent and J.D. Miller, a 22-point-a-game scorer at Seagoville. But the Texas game, in which TCU shot 33.3 percent, is an example of what has happened too often this season.

Rick Barnes opens up about his time at Texas | Dallas Morning News

He was great in 17 seasons at Texas, but now he's rebuilding Tennessee.

Year 1 is clearly a rebuild. Barnes is the third coach in three years after Donnie Tyndall was fired after last season for alleged NCAA violations when he was coach at Southern Miss. The Vols were picked 13th in the 14-team SEC.

Women's Basketball

TCU women searching for road wins | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Frogs went just 2-9 on the road last season, and they're looking for road win No. 3 when they head to Stillwater. Meanwhile, Zhana Medley has more milestones to pass.

Horned Frog senior guard Zahna Medley has the opportunity to reach two more milestones. She is 12 points shy of moving into second place on the school’s career scoring list and two assists shy on the career list.

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Swimming and Diving

Swimming & Diving Drops Meet at UNT |

Senior Kristen Connolly led the way, but the Frogs fell short 120-180.

Senior Kristen Connolly continued her success this season by sweeping both diving events, earning first in the 1-meter and 3-meter dives with scores of 298.95 and 279.67, respectively. Connolly has now recorded five first-place scores during the 2015-16 campaign.

Women's Tennis

Horned Frogs Sweep MTSU, 7-0 |

The Frogs improve to 2-1 on the young season.

The top part of the TCU singles lineup ultimately clinched the match for the Frogs. Olaya Garrido-Rivas picked up her first dual match victory of the season by dominating Brittany Huxley on court two, 6-0, 6-4, to put TCU up 2-0 in the match. Caroline Wegner followed up that performance by defeating Luisa Zirilli at the No. 3 position, 6-3, 6-2, for the 3-0 lead and then freshman Marie Norris clinched her second match this season by downing Darya Shulzhanok at the No. 1 spot, 6-3, 6-4.