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TCU News: Patterson makes bank, Janczak rehab going slowly

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TCU football coach Gary Patterson’s pay tops $5.1 million | Fort Worth Star Telegram

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.


TCU going ‘super, super slow’ with Janczak, Schlossnagle says | Fort Worth Star Telegram

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.


TCU Tennis Team Serving For A Place In History | CBS DFW

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.”