Well, there you go.
TCU baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle needed only eight words to address speculation that he’s on Texas A&M’s short list to run its baseball program.
“I have no interest in any other job,” Schlossnagle told the Star-Telegram on Monday.
Schlossnagle being linked to the Aggies opening came as no surprise to many within TCU’s athletic department.
As one source put it, the Aggies would “be silly not to look at him.”
But Schlossnagle didn’t sound like a coach interested in leaving any time soon even though A&M is expected to reach out to him.
Zach just became even more important, with Barlow transfering.
3. Zach Evans / So. / RB
Evans is the highest-rated recruit in TCU football history and is beginning to make a name for himself. After sitting out during parts of preseason practice due to exposures, Evans struggled to learn the playbook. He has since improved and at the end of the season was beginning to play like the star fans thought he would be, rushing for over 100 yards in two of the last three games. Evans finished the season with an average of 7.7 yards per carry (team-best).
Sign all of the giant humans, please.
The 6-foot-4, 290-pounder is rated as the No. 13 offensive guard in the nation and No. 3 overall player in Utah according to the composite rankings. He’s ranked even higher in the 247Sports rankings, coming in as the No. 8 offensive guard and No. 2 prospect in Utah. Maile is set to play in the Polynesian Bowl as well.
TCU was the most recent offer for Maile as the Frogs offered on April 29. No word has been released when Maile will be making a visit to the Fort Worth campus. He currently has one official visit set for Baylor on June 18.
Would be awesome to see Tom take it on his home course.
Hoge has carried that momentum into this season, already surpassing the $1 million mark in earnings for the year. He reached 98th in the world rankings following a tie for 12th at the Valero Texas Open last month. His best finish so far is a tie for third at the Mayakoba Golf Classic presented by UNIFIN in December 2020.
“I just try to keep getting better and I feel like I have,” Hoge said. “The more big events I play in, the major championships, you get more comfortable competing against those top guys. I feel I’ve gotten more comfortable out there, a little bit more belief in myself.
“I just keep getting a little better. Hopefully I can continue that. Hopefully one of these days, we’ll be close coming down the stretch on Sunday.”