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TCU News: GP Enjoying The Bye

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The TCU Football coach spent some time with a big star this week.

Football:

TCU's Patterson hangs out with Brad Paisley in bye week | Sports Day

GP is a big music fan, and he used some of his downtime during the bye week to seek out one of Country Music’s biggest stars.

TCU is on a bye week after beating Kansas on Saturday, and Gary Patterson is taking advantage.

The Horned Frogs head coach posted a tweet of him and country music star Brad Paisley on Thursday morning.

TCU half and half: 5 things that went right, 5 that went wrong | The Star-Telegram

Of all the things that have gone right for the Frogs, is any bigger than Kyle Hicks? Here’s to hoping we see a lot more of him in the second half of the season.

Kyle Hicks. The head coach hasn’t had one bad thing to say about him, and how often can you say that? The junior running back from Arlington Martin leads the Frogs in all-purpose yardage. He’s No. 1 in catches. He’s run for seven touchdowns. He’s second in the Big 12 in rushing yards. His nine total touchdowns tie him for seventh in touchdowns in the country. He recovered a fumble to save the game-winning drive against Kansas. His contributions are plentiful, and he’s touching the ball fewer than 20 times a game.

Soccer:

Baylor soccer takes down TCU, 2-1, in home return | Waco Tribune

TCU couldn’t get into the win column in Waco Friday.

The Bears picked up goals from Raegan Padgett and Precious Akanyirige in defeating TCU, 2-1, on Friday night at Betty Lou Mays Field.

It was the third straight win for Baylor (11-4-1 overall, 4-1-1 in Big 12), which held TCU scoreless for much of the match. The Horned Frogs (8-3-2, 0-3-2) punched in a goal in the 90th minute to break up the shutout.

Around Campus:

Man accused of breaking into state Capitol is TCU student | The Star-Telegram

This is a very weird story...

A man arrested this past weekend on accusations that he scaled scaffolding outside the Texas Capitol in Austin, then broke into a second-floor window and damaged a historic portrait, is a TCU student from California, according to university officials.

LEAPS makes sites more relational | TCU 360

The service organization is celebrating their 16th year on campus this weekend.

“I drastically went through the list of all our sites and cut out a ton because we really want to make it relational service so that people will keep wanting to come back,” said co-director Kaitlin Stutts, a junior biology major.