225 days. That's how long we still have to wait until college football is back in our lives. This video will help you feel the rush that you need to hold you over until your Saturdays are made great again. We even get a glimpse of the new slogan for 2016 "Horned & Dangerous".
Why is the Yankees manager (a Northwestern alum) at TCU? Well why not! Joe Girardi's daughter is a prospective TCU student, so they dropped by for a visit. Girardi also chatted with the TCU baseball team for a bit and later caught the TCU-Texas Tech game. Sounds like a fun day.
Things we learned from WFAA's package on Bram Kohlhausen: (1) he played the Alamo Bowl with an injured wrist, (2) he changed a play so Aaron Green could get the chance to score a touchdown in his hometown and (3) we know nothing else about the Bram Kohlhausen movie other than Disney is interested in it.
So TCU didn't win a natty, but we won something better. Memories, family, triumph over adversity -- yeah, that sounds a lot better to me. Grab your tissue box and make time for all nine minutes of TCU Athletics' video above. It's worth it.
"Now drop down and give me 20! LOL JK." Can you believe the Alamo Bowl was a whole week ago already? And yes, we're still reliving the memories. So check this out: TCU's offensive line did a little trickery on Oregon by collectively dropping flat on the floor, distracting Oregon's defensive line from Bram Kohlhausen, who was throwing a pass along the line of scrimmage. It's brilliant. And it looks funny.
Here's the video of Bram Kohlhausen's phone chat with Dan Patrick on The Dan Patrick Show on Monday. It's wonderful.
Admit it. The woman at :20 is your spirit animal. Check out this hilarious video by Joey McReynolds and Sarah Breuner of TCU360.
If you get easily distracted by shiny objects, then HERE...have more shiny objects to distract yourself with! Have fun!
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