Next win will be career win number 150 with the Frogs, so I’d say it’s worth it.
TCU football coach Gary Patterson, the winningest coach in TCU history, received a bonus of more than $600,000 in 2015, and his total compensation rose to just over $5.1 million, according to the university’s recently filed tax return.
Patterson also received a raise of about $500,000 in 2015 — the year after his team shared the Big 12 title with Baylor and crushed Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl — pushing his base salary to $3.99 million.
It looks like, despite the fact that Janczak has started throwing, that the Frogs won’t get him back before the end of the regular season. Frankly, I like this move. Even with a national seed on the line, Janczak is more valuable to the club healthy and ready for the postseason run.
Janczak (6-0, 2.25) ranks fourth in the Big 12 in earned-run average and second in batting average against (.161). He has taken no-hitters into the ninth inning and seventh innings this season.
Cameron Norrie came back to school to win a title, and he plans on doing just that.
TCU Tennis Coach David Roditi, a former three time All-America when he played tennis at the school in the 1990’s, says winning a national title would, “mean the world for everybody.”