TCU had to mount a comeback to beat SFA on Tuesday night, but a win is a win, and it keeps the tournament dream alive. Thankfully for this squad, Michael Landestoy will not be denied.
The senior picked up the slack in a big way Tuesday night. He hit a home run and knocked in four of the team’s eight runs, including two in the ninth that put away the game.
TCU sits at 30-19, with three games against Texas left to close out the regular season.
With the win, TCU improves to 30-19 on the season. The Horned Frogs will travel to Austin to close out the regular season with a three game Big 12 series at Texas. Thursday’s first pitch is slated for 6:30 p.m. The game will be televised on FS1.
Collins left Penn and The Wharton School for Neely and a shot at playing P5 football. But why? His answer is simple.
“I just realized after a year that it wasn’t the college experience or football experience that I wanted,” Collins said. “I wanted a big-time college football experience, a chance to chase my dream and possibly play at the next level.”
The Frogs will play the Buckeyes at 7pm on ABC, on September 15th at Jerry World.
TCU’s Sept. 15 football game versus Ohio State at AT&T Stadium in Arlington will have a 7 p.m. kickoff and be televised on ABC.
The Horned Frogs and Buckeyes will be meeting for the first time since 1973 and just the seventh time in their history.