Horton has been a blessing and so fun to watch. Sad to see him go but here you can see what nfl scouts think of him.
The same scout dropped a report on tomlinson too
A great look at Johnston’s NFL ability.
The Ravens made their way down to New Orleans for a Monday Night showdown against the Saints. This game featured a quarterback matchup between Lamar Jackson and former AFC North adversary, Andy Dalton. Baltimore came into this one looking to pounce on a struggling New Orleans team, while simultaneously taking home a third straight win. The Ravens took an early touchdown lead and remained in control of the contest from start to finish. Justin Houston easily had the best game of any Raven as he racked up 1.5 sacks and an interception, all of which greatly contributed to a 27-13 win for Baltimore. How to Watch Mosconi Cup 2022 in US and Canada
Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens didn't need their full complement of key contributors to stifle the Saints and silence the Superdome. Kenyan Drake rushed for 93 yards and two touchdowns, Justin Houston had an interception to go with his third straight multiple-sack game, and the Ravens beat New Orleans 27-13 on Monday night. Jackson passed for a touchdown and frustrated New Orleans (3-6) with his mobility, rushing for 82 yards and exhibiting an array of jump cuts and spin moves while helping Baltimore (6-3) win its third straight and remain atop the AFC North, one game ahead of Cincinnati. "The human will can only take so much. It was just pounding down in and down out," Drake said. "That’s just what this team is all about — just continuing to wear teams down and grind them out with four quarters of football. "If you can stand up to that, more power to you, but more times than not we’re going to win that battle," Drake said. The Saints entered the game with a chance to pull into a three-way tie atop the anemic NFC South with Atlanta and Tampa Bay. Instead, they were outclassed by a Baltimore team missing several offensive starters, including tight end Mark Andrews and running back Gus Edwards. The Ravens converted nine of 15 third downs and had 319 total yards. The Saints were 3 of 11 on third down and finished with a season lows of 243 yards and 13 first downs. Baltimore possessed the ball for 37:47. "They beat us in a lot of different areas," Saints coach Dennis Allen said. "Time of possession is a factor of all phases of the game. And so we did not do a good job on third down in either aspect, offensively or defensively." Andy Dalton passed for 210 yards and New Orleans' lone touchdown to tight end Juwan Johnson, which came in when the game was virtually out of reach in the fourth quarter. Alvin Kamara was limited to 62 yards from scrimmage, his lowest output in five games. "We got just got beat," Dalton said, adding that Baltimore "deserved to win this one. They got after us." Dalton was sacked four times and his interception came on a pass tipped by Brent Urban. The play set up Drake's second TD. Baltimore's defense was stifling on New Orleans' first four possessions, limiting the Saints to 13 combined plays. Consequently, the stamina of New Orleans' defense was tested as the unit contended with the elusive Jackson for 19:31 of the first half. Baltimore's star QB didn't let that time go to waste. "Traditionally you cover for 3 to 4 seconds and the play is over," Saints safety Tyrann Matheiu said. "But a guy like that is a 7-, 8-, 9-second cover." While rolling right, Jackson found tight end Isaiah Likely running a flag pattern for a 24-yard score to make it 7-0 in the first quarter. In the second quarter, Jackson orchestrated a 12-play, 81-yard drive during which he ran for gains of 7, 16 and 12 yards. Drake capped it off by running into the end zone virtually untouched from a yard out for a 14-0 lead. Ravens coach John Harbaugh recalled shaking his head on the sideline in awe of Jackson's displays of explosiveness and agility. "I do not take it for granted," Harbaugh said. "I think I said, ‘Wow,’ a couple of times. Lamar plays on a different level. You can’t just look at the passing stats." The Saints did not get on the board until Wil Lutz's field goal as time expired in the half — a couple plays after Dalton overthrew open receiver Marquez Callaway in the end zone. Mosconi Cup 2022 Complete Schedule
Kansas is 5-0 and has a win over Iowa State last week. They also beat Duke at home and Houston on the road. TCU, meanwhile, has another pretty big win over SMU on the road, in addition to their win over the Sooners last week. WATCH TCU VS. KANSAS FOR FREE HERE More from The AP: Duggan, TCU rout No. 18 Oklahoma 55-24 as Gabriel gets hurt FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — TCU quarterback Max Duggan outran the Oklahoma defense for a long touchdown and lofted passes to wide-open receivers for other lengthy scores. Oklahoma’s Dillon Gabriel never got much of a chance to match him. Duggan went 67 yards for one of his two rushing TDs and threw for three scores, leading the Horned Frogs to a 55-24 rout of the 18th-ranked Sooners on Saturday in a second consecutive loss for first-year coach Brent Venables. "We’re not very good obviously right now," Venables said. "We’ve got a lot to get better at. We’ve got to give them answers and we’ve got to help get them better quickly." Gabriel was knocked out of the game in the second quarter when he was hit in the head while sliding by TCU linebacker Jamoi Hodge, who was ejected for targeting.
Nevada baseball head coach TJ Bruce told NSN's Kirsten Moran on Friday he has accepted the associate head coach job at TCU. The move will send shockwaves through one of the most storied and successful programs on Nevada's campus. Bruce has been the Wolf Pack's head coach the last seven seasons, posting a 171-168 overall record and 110-72 Mountain West mark. Bruce led Nevada to MW regular-season title in 2018 and 2021 and two runner-up finishes. Watch NFL Live Stream Free Online without credit card and signingup. Superbowl, Playoffs, Pro Bowl and even the Pre-Season games online in HD and SD.
The TCU Horned Frogs (35-18, 16-8) captured the Big 12 regular season baseball championship Sunday afternoon, topping off a sweep of visiting Santa Clara. While the victory is sweet, TCU has immediate work to do– it's postseason time.
He couldn’t find a better subject than revisiting TCU football’s 2015 season that ended in the most unlikely fashion — with backup quarterback Bram Kohlhausen orchestrating a 31-point comeback victory over Oregon in the Alamo Bowl. The game itself became an instant classic. Kohlhausen went from being a little-known backup to a celebrity, just a couple days after then-TCU star quarterback Trevone Boykin saw his terrific college career end in abrupt fashion by getting into a bar fight and a couple months after Kohlhausen’s father Bill died after a bout with cancer. And TCU continued its run of national prominence under Gary Patterson. "Writing the book appealed to me not only because of the extraordinary game, but Bram’s story," said Reeves, a former Star-Telegram columnist and writer who covered the local sports scene for more than four decades. "You’re left wondering what might’ve been if Bram didn’t squander some other opportunities away." TVU Networks delivers their remote video solution for the first-ever remotely produced 2023 Rugby World Cup Live Draw with 11 coaches in remote locations.
One down, five more to go. On Friday, the TCU Horned Frogs men’s tennis team won the first round of the NCAA tournament with a 4-0 sweep over Drake at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center in Fort Worth. In the other regional match, Utah defeated Ole Miss 4-2 in Friday’s first match of the day. No. 1 seed TCU (24-4) will face Utah (21-7) at 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 7, for the Fort Worth Regional championship match.