The Massachusetts have signed former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Trevone Boykin for the 2024 season. Boykin also was a standout quarterback at Texas Christian University from 2011 through 2015.
When he had finished his collegiate career, Boykin ranked first in TCU career passing yards, passing attempts, pass completions, and touchdown passes. Threw for 10,728 yards in 48 games with 40 career starts. He completed 830-of-1,356 passes for a 61.2 completion percentage, ranking him third in the TCU record books. Boykin averaged 300.0 yards passing or better as both a junior and senior and compiled 12,777 yards of total offense during his career. As a receiver, he caught 28 passes for 257 yards and ran 2,049 yards on 507 carries with 27 rushing touchdowns. He finished his TCU career with 2,309 all-purpose yards.
It’s Campbell’s authenticity that has allowed him to rebuild TCU’s roster in one offseason, setting the Frogs up for immediate improvement while also adding pieces that can contribute for multiple seasons.
Owens and Prince, though, are one-year players in their final season of college ball, who both took a chance on Campbell and TCU. Prince withdrew her name from the WNBA Draft this past offseason, electing to come back to college for one more season, and it took a special coach to make that happen.
“There was no other coach that I would have gone back to college for,” Prince said. “I’m serious. Just the way that he talks to us, he’s so respectful, he’s always truthful. He’s just a good man. I know first and foremost. He’s just an incredible coach. He understands our strengths, our weaknesses and he just wants us to develop.”
TCU's lengthy season-opening homestand continues with a matchup against Alcorn State on Tuesday night in Fort Worth, Texas, as the Horned Frogs put their 4-0 record on the line.
Pace of play has been a key factor in the undefeated start for coach Jamie Dixon's team, as TCU utilizes its speed and athleticism with the ball in transition. In Friday's 86-52 win over Mississippi Valley State, the Horned Frogs recorded 43 fastbreak points
Preliminary good news on the injury front from OU coach Brent Venables.
Opening his presser he said to both quarterback Dillon Gabriel & wide receiver Jalil Farooq "Will, if they continue to progress throughout the week, be available this weekend." Adding Booker T corner Gentry Williams is expected back Friday against TCU.
The TCU Horned Frogs' fiery new uniforms include red accents and a horned frog with bloody eyes on the helmet.
The commitment is the realization of a dream for McMahan. Having played his high school ball in the Texas hill country, McMahan dreamed of suiting up for the Horned Frogs. After attending camps there and working to get an offer out of high school, McMahan will finally be a part of a program he grew up watching.
“Growing up, I’ve always been a big TCU fan,” he said. “I would go to their camps every year throughout high school, so it’s just been a big dream of mine to call this place home. The coaching staff played a huge part in the decision also.”
TCU makes its final trip to Norman for the foreseeable future as the Horned Frogs aim to send Oklahoma to the SEC with one final Big 12 loss.
Both teams should be fully invested in winning Friday (11 a.m., FOX) as TCU (5-6, 3-5) needs a win to gain bowl eligibility while the Sooners need a win to stay alive for a berth in the Big 12 title game.
The Big 12 Conference has announced TCU tight end Jared Wiley as its Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Saturday's 42-17 win over Baylor.
Wiley broke a TCU tight end record with 178 yards receiving. He set a career-high with seven receptions while tying another personal-best with two touchdowns.