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TCU’s defensive freshmen have been a bright spot in tough season for Horned Frogs | Dallas Morning News

The freshmen and redshirt freshmen are making a difference for TCU’s defense.

Four freshmen or redshirt freshmen -- Ochaun Mathis, Colt Ellison, Ar’Darius Washington and Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson -- started for the Horned Frogs on defense against Baylor. Several more saw the field, including Nook Bradford, Kee’yon Stewart and Dee Winters.

TCU Football plans to finish strong despite tough losses | Fort Worth Star Telegram

With some attrition and a generally young football team, the Frogs haven’t done what many hoped they would this season. But Jeff Gladney and others know there’s still a lot to play for.

“We’ve just got to stick together,” senior cornerback Jeff Gladney said. “There’s four or five plays a game that we have to make. We just have to make our plays, and we’ll win our games.”

What Texas Tech football coach Matt Wells has to say about TCU | Abilene Reporter

First year head coach Matt Wells has known Gary Patterson for a long time, and respects TCU a lot.

This is a program that I got a chance to coach against when I was in the Mountain West, but I’ve known Gary Patterson for a long time, since I was 18 years old. Coached me in college, and really the last six years as I’ve been a head coach he’s done a lot for me just in terms of helping me as a young head coach. He hadn’t talked to me I don’t think in 10 months, but before that I’ve known him for a long time. Great guy, one of the best coaches in the country, longest tenured — one of the longest tenured, and he knows I’ve got a tremendous amount of respect for him. And when I see his teams, they’re tough-nosed, they’re tough, hard-nosed.

Which TCU head coach are you? | TCU 360

I got Reagan Pebley...who did you get?

Men’s Basketball

Jaire Grayer making presence felt early on | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The grad transfer from George Mason is a welcomed presence in a young locker room. He’s happy to be at TCU, and knows what the opportunity is for him to contribute.

“I just saw the opportunity for me and I definitely saw these guys [Bane and Samuel],” Grayer said. “I saw it was a great team, a great coaching staff and saw an opportunity there for me so I thought it was a great fit.”