Earlier this week, TCU Football revealed it would be forced to cancel its spring game this year, due to a rash of injuries that have ravished their numbers. That revelation was, of course, disappointing to Frog fans, as spring games have become some of the most fan-friendly events in college sports.
Well, GP doesn’t want to disappoint his fans, so in lieu of a spring game, he is conceding something even more rare - opening up the final practice of spring to the public.
TCU Football with a little April fun, we will finish the 2019 Spring Ball practices with #15 being a Open practice to the public! We will have some controlled good on good situations with the finishing of this final practice! Come join us!— Gary Patterson (@TCUCoachP) April 4, 2019
With construction ongoing at Amon G Carter, only the west side will be open to the public. The event is free to any and all comers, but TCU Football kindly requests (demands) that there be no photo or video taken (GP is notoriously paranoid about such things).
Practice #15 will be held Friday, April 5th at 5:00pm at Amon G. Carter Stadium. This may be your one and only chance to see a TCU Football practice, so be sure to put it in your weekend plans!