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The former Frog QB will stay in state to continue his career.


Former TCU QB Sawyer transfers to SFA, will play next season | The Star-Telegram

It didn’t take Sawyer long to find a new home, and he won’t need much of a wardrobe change in doing so. Foster will be eligible to play immediately and has a good shot to earn the starting role.

“We’re pleased to add Foster to the Lumberjack family as he brings a wealth of experience and maturity to our program,” he said. “Foster is a very talented player looking for the opportunity to compete at the quarterback position. He is a high-character young man that will be an incredible asset to SFA football both on and off the field. We are excited to be a part of his very bright future.”

TCU commit adds Notre Dame offer | CBS Sports

Noah Daniels, a former Baylor commit who chose TCU over Oklahoma, is being pursued by the Irish - who lost another Texas cornerback commit Monday in Mansfield four star product Paulson Adebo.

Daniels, a former Baylor commit, has taken official visits to Oklahoma and TCU. He has one scheduled for Utah on Jan. 13. He'll have two opportunities to set one for South Bend.

*** never forget that Notre Dame went 4-8 in 2016


More preseason All-America honors roll in for TCU baseball | The Star-Telegram

TCU is racking up the accolades in January, but it won’t mean much without a fur consecutive trip to Omaha come June.

TCU returns eight position starters and 10 pitchers from last season’s 49-18 team, which reached the semifinals of the College World Series.

TCU opens the season Feb. 17 with a three-game series against Penn State at Lupton Stadium.


Guard Jayde Woods commits to TCU after transferring from Oregon | Daily Emerald

A top 100 player coming out of high school, the 6’1” player will be eligible to suit up for Coach Pebley’s squad midway through next season.

Woods will enroll at TCU later this month when the semester begins on Jan. 17.

“I just felt really comfortable with the coaching staff and the players,” Woods said. “I also wanted to find a school that was going to [help me] pursue different internships that would help me in the future when I’m applying for law school. I just fell in love with the school.”


TCU's Emmy Martin wins Harder Hall title | Golf Week

The junior made up for her second-place season a year ago by taking the tournament by storm in 2017.

“I am so very proud and happy for Emmy,” TCU head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin said in a school release. “She has worked extremely hard and overcome much adversity that this crazy game of golf throws at you. It is such a joy to see her become so mentally tough. Her focus and determination are off the charts.”