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Baseball

For TCU baseball, home regional no sure thing as postseason nears | Fort Worth Star Telegram

It would be the just the second time since 2009 that TCU would make the tournament but not host a regional.

The Horned Frogs are near the cutoff for the 16 teams that will host a regional, the four-team tournament that marks the first round of the national playoffs. TCU (33-12, 11-7 Big 12) sits third in the Big 12, behind Texas Tech (38-13, 17-4) and Oklahoma State (31-15, 12-6), and DIbaseball.com projects the conference to produce only one regional host.


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TCU Returns To League Play at Baylor | GoFrogs.com

It's the last time the Frogs will play on the road during the regular season, and if they want to have any chance of hosting a regional, a sweep is in order.

TCU returns to Big 12 play Friday night when it heads to Baylor for its final road series of the regular season. All three games in the series will by televised on FSSW or FSSW+.

Men's Basketball

Desmond Bane of Seton Catholic picks TCU | USA Today

Bane selected the Frogs over Miami (OH), after narrowing things down from the 27 offers he held, and is the third commit to TCU's class of 2016.

He averaged 30 points as a senior for Seton Catholic, won another sectional championship, gained national attention and found himself on ESPN and ultimately earned a spot on the Indiana All-Star team, the first Cardinal to earn that honor.

Former Frogs

Bill continue signing their picks, ink TCU WR Kolby Listenbee | The Buffalo News

Listenbee has a lot of learning ahead of him, but it seems like Buffalo will give him every opportunity to succeed.

However you slice it, he'll have every opportunity to be the receiver taking advantage of one-on-one coverage opposite Sammy Watkins. It just may take a little time and a lot of coaching --- Listenbee himself admits he only ran three or four routes in college.