Currently, ESPN is projecting that TCU will play in the Cactus Bowl, in Phoenix. Personally, I’d rather see them get to the Liberty Bowl. Here are the full projections.
College Football Playoff semifinals: none
Allstate Sugar Bowl (New Year's Six): Oklahoma
Valero Alamo Bowl: Oklahoma State
Russell Athletic Bowl: West Virginia
AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl: Baylor
AutoZone Liberty Bowl: Texas
Cactus Bowl: TCU
Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl: Kansas State
He’s had a really good past four games, after a shaky start to the season. Now, Texada is leading a surging TCU defense.
Patterson has praised Texada’s play the past three games, which lines up with the return of cornerback Julius Lewis on the other side. Lewis was expected to miss the season with an Achilles injury from January, but his early return has finally given the Horned Frogs their top two cornerbacks.
Newy Scruggs held a chat with folks to talk about college football, and there are some good TCU nuggets in it. Including this quote:
Gary Patterson is building up a very good 2017 squad. Kenny Hill has not been as good as I thought he would be but hopefully he will take that next step. The Frogs defense is finally coming around. The bigger issue is finishing 2016 well enough to make it to a bowl game. TCU has games against Oklahoma State, Texas and K-State to end the season.
Andre Pierce is expected to sign today, during college basketball’s early signing period.
The TCU men’s basketball program has received a commitment from Andre Pierce, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Lee College in Baytown. Pierce, a Jacksonville, Fla. native, averaged 7.7 points and 3.9 rebounds per game during the 2014-15 season while making 48.9 percent of his shots from the field. He redshirted last year while adding weight to his 6-9, 215-pound frame.
Congrats to the soccer Frogs! What a big accomplishment coming off of a great run in the Big 12 tournament. They’re one of six teams to make the tournament from the Big 12.
Tickets for Saturday’s game are available by calling 817-257-FROG or visiting gofrogs.com. Individual ticket prices are $10 for adults, $5 for TCU students with an ID and $5 for youth (ages 3-17).