2015 game of the year, one to watch in 2016 | ESPN
TCU's win over Texas Tech takes the cake, while their 2016 trip to Baylor is the one to watch this season.
Green's improbable catch was the cherry on top of a game which saw TCU and Texas Tech combine for 1,357 total yards and 14 offensive touchdowns. Trevone Boykin and Patrick Mahomes went toe-to-toe as neither team took a double digit lead at any point. Green's catch is the lasting memory but Doctson had the game of his life, carrying the Horned Frogs' offense with 18 receptions for 257 yards and three touchdowns. TCU played a lot of great games in 2015 but its win in Lubbock left a lasting memory.
TCU's recruiting class may provide immediate starters, planned or not | Fort Worth Star Telegram
Taj Williams and Chris Gaynor could slide right into starter-roles with the Frogs.
Gaynor has a year of experience at both guard and tackle from his his time at Dodge City (Kan.) Community College. Joseph Noteboom and Aviante Collins have the inside track at the tackle spots, but the Frogs need guards. Gaynor might slide right in.
Patterson turns TCU's 3-star recruits into 4-, 5-star players, so it'll be fun to see what he does with strong 2016 class | Dallas Morning News
Bleacher Report college recruiting analyst Damon Sayles answers some questions about this TCU class.
National signing day has come and gone, and TCU now looks forward to spring football. Gary Patterson and his staff assembled a top-25 recruiting class (No. 23 according to the 247Sports Composite). At the time of the announcement of their class on signing day, the Horned Frogs ranked 21st nationally -- the highest ranking for a TCU recruiting class in program history.
TCU women hope to slow No. 4 Baylor | Fort Worth Star Telegram
It's been a long season against top competition for the Horned Frogs.
The contest at Schollmaier Arena will be TCU’s fourth against an opponent ranked in the top 10. The Horned Frogs have yet to notch a win against a ranked team this season.