The biggest complaint from week one seems to have been addressed.
Two gates have been accessible to students in the past, but the construction on new boxes and luxury suites reduced the number of student gates and caused those who arrived close to kickoff to form a crowd outside the stadium.
Another change that delayed the line was TCU’s new policy of no re-entry, which was implemented because alcohol is now sold inside the stadium, said Adrian Andrews, the assistant vice chancellor of public safety.
Andrews said some students attempted to re-swipe their IDs, lighting the card reader red and further slowing the flow of students.
Clark seems to think this is Delton’s job to lose.
Do you expect the quarterback time split to be similar to UAPB game?
Yes and I still expect Delton to get the starting nod. From the past few practices, Delton has looked better than Duggan running the offense. Like I’ve said all this week; I don’t think the program feels Delton did anything bad to lose playing time nor do they feel Max was so much better that he should start.
After a strong start to the season, Kramer’s volleyball squad took some lumps this weekend.
TCU opened the second set with the first two points, but the Seminoles kept it close and even tied the set at 5-5 and 8-8, until an ace by Adrian Ell gave the Noles a 13-12 lead. Overall, Florida State used a 7-0 run to take a five-point lead at 17-12. The Noles held onto their advantage, using kills by Knuth and Stockman, along with a set-clinching kill by Payton Caffrey to post a 25-20 set win.
It was back and forth to begin the third set, though the Seminoles were able to create a 9-5 lead, highlighted by an ace by Taylor Roberts. TCU worked back to tie the match at 12-12, but were unable to take the lead. Kills by Martin, Clothier and Knuth, along with aces by Tessier and Caffrey, kept FSU in control as the Noles closed out the sweep with a 25-18 third-set victory.
Schloss loves multi-sport athletes.
Boyers began his second and final year as Champion’s starting quarterback with a 41-8 victory over San Antonio Stevens High. The Chargers amassed a whopping 477 total yards of offense to the Falcons’ 102. The quarterback himself chipped in 196 yards through the air and “a little under 100” on the ground, Kaiser said.
The Chargers next play San Antonio Veterans Memorial High.
Regarding his protégé’s commitment to TCU, Kaiser said that the Horned Frogs got a “steal.”
“Their coaches saw what we saw in the young man,” the coach said. “He’s a terrific student, a [National Honor Society] kid. He’s so humble. If you talk to him, he’s probably the shyest guy out there. He doesn’t beat his chest or toot his own horn.”