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TCU fans are feeling relatively good as 2021 gets underway. But confidence in the basketball and football teams are trending in opposite directions.
The Horned Frogs basketball team has jumped out to a 9-3 start. With that early run, fans are understandably excited. According to the most recent SB Nation Reacts survey, a full 100 percent of responding of TCU fans believe the team is headed in the right direction. This is the fourth week in a row that number has held steady. It’s up from 57 percent at the start of the year.
That confidence comes in the same week news broke that could play a big role in TCU’s postseason life. The NCAA announced the entirety of the NCAA Tournament would be played in and around Indianapolis.
According to college basketball fans around the country, roughly two-thirds of fans think playing all of March Madness in Indianapolis is a good idea.
TCU fans hope the basketball season goes a little smoother than the football season. However, after the season has ended, fans are still feeling relatively strong. 75 percent of TCU fans are confident in the team, down from 81 percent last week and a season low of 91 percent earlier in the season.
While the TCU season is over, there is still one game left to be played. Ohio State earned their way into that game with a shocking win over Clemson. That win was voted as the most surprising moment of all of bowl season.
With the win Ohio State advanced on to play Alabama in the CFP National Championship. According to nearly two-thirds of college football fans, Alabama will win another championship.
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