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Men’s Basketball

TCU gets defensive in rout of Alabama State | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Dixon gets win number two in the book with a dominant performance where the Frogs almost hit the century mark, and absolutely smothered Alabama State on defense.

TCU (2-0) limited the Hornets to a 28 percent shooting from the field in the first half and forced 22 turnovers, including 17 in the opening half, while taking control of the contest quickly and decisively.

Women’s Basketball

TCU looks to build on early success | Fort Worth Start Telegram

The Lady Frogs are 1-0 after a blowout win of their own on Friday, and take on Sam Houston State tonight at 6:30pm.

But the good thing about the Horned Frogs’ nonconference schedule is that it will allow TCU (1-0) to learn those lessons while still being successful when the final buzzer sounds. The the Frogs ended up outrebounding Incarnate Word 46-34 in the win.


From ‘the slums’ of L.A. to a Rhodes Scholar finalist at TCU | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Caylin Moore making the Frog Fam proud being named one of 200 finalists for the prestigious award that provides a scholarship to Oxford University.

TCU officials believe Moore is the fourth student in school history to be named a Rhodes finalist. TCU’s lone scholarship winner was Pete Larson in 1975.

The award calls for a well-rounded profile — not just academics, but also community involvement.

OSU Football: Cowboys Talk TCU |

Always interesting to hear from the opponents heading into gameday.

"They're always a good team. Coach Patterson down there, he's a defensive coach, they always have a good game plan ready and we have to be ready and have a great week of preparation. It will be a good challenge for us. The main thing when you play on the road is you have to take care of the football, eliminate penalties, turnovers, things like that. We really just have to go out and execute. Like I said, they're a disciplined defense, they always are so we have to go play our game, be disciplined and do what we do." - Center Brad Lundblade

After ‘eye-opening’ loss, TCU opens running game for Kenny Hill |

Hill is finally starting to remember that he is an athletic quarterback and that he can make plays and keep drives alive with his legs.

Hill ran for 85 yards while throwing for 244 with a touchdown and no interceptions in TCU’s 62-22 victory against Baylor two weeks ago.

It was his second-highest rushing total of the season. He had a career-high 93 yards rushing in Week 2 against Arkansas, when he threw for 377 yards. TCU is 3-1 when Hill runs 11 or more times.

TCU-Texas set for post-Thanksgiving afternoon kickoff |

Game time is set for 2:30pm Central on Black Friday, and the game will be televised on FS1. Also a pleasant reminder that TCU is not yet bowl eligible:

TCU has a chance to reach bowl eligibility this weekend against Oklahoma State, but failing that, they'll have to beat either Texas or Kansas State to make the postseason.