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TCU 360

Robinson threw two interceptions against the Longhorns on Sept. 22, 2018. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.

Here come the Horns: what TCU football can expect from Texas this Saturday

By Braden Roux
Published Oct 1, 2021
The Longhorns enter Fort Worth 3-1 following an offensive explosion against Texas Tech.
FILE - In this file photo from March 6, 2017, Texas Sen. Lois Kolkhorst, front, backed by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, center, and other legislators talk to the media during a news conference to discuss Senate Bill 6 at the Texas Capitol in Austin, Texas. Just months after a high-profile study revealed that Texas has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the developed world, state lawmakers failed to respond by passing comprehensive legislation to combat the crisis during the legislative session. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

Capitol chatter: Kolkhorst brings rivalry between Frogs, Longhorns to Texas legislature

By Hannah Gagow
Published Oct 1, 2021
The Texas Senator had some trash talk for the Longhorns on the floor of the Texas legislature.
Memphis transfer T.J. Carter (7) wants to help TCU get their mojo back as Big 12 play begins this Saturday. (Photo courtesy of @TCUFootballs Twitter)

Not backing down: Carter determined to lead TCU football back to form defensively

By Colin Post
Published Sep 29, 2021
The safety transferred to TCU from Memphis in January.
TCU quarterback Max Duggan (15) runs for his life from a group of SMU defenders in the Battle for the Iron Skillet on Sept. 25, 2021. (Esau Rodriguez/Staff Photographer)

Out of the frying pan, into the fire: TCU football embarrassed by SMU offense in loss

By Colin Post
Published Sep 25, 2021
The Mustangs put up almost 600 yards of total offense on the Frogs on Saturday.
Sewo Oloniluas fumble was recovered by Jaelen Austin for TCUs second touchdown of the night. TCU vs SMU. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.

The Frog and Pony show: a history of TCU and SMU’s most memorable football matchups

By Joey Palmeri
Published Sep 24, 2021
The crosstown rivals matchup for the 100th time this Saturday.
A Big 12 sign is seen outside the conference headquarters in Irving, Texas. The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered sports at all levels, but all Big 12 schools expect their campuses to be open in the fall, lending hope to the possibility that football can start on time. (Photo Credits: Icon Sports Wire)

Around the Big 12: how each team has looked heading into conference play

By Lauren Cottrell
Published Sep 24, 2021
As conference play gets underway, the team’s performance for the remainder of the season will become clearer.
TCU will play in their third-straight home game this weekend as they try and re-gain the Iron Skillet in a clash with rival SMU. (Esau Rodriguez/Staff Photographer)

Something to prove: TCU football’s clash with SMU means more this time

By Colin Post
Published Sep 22, 2021
The Mustangs have provided the Frogs with plenty of motivation heading into their 100th all-time meeting.
Johnny Hall, in white, Texas Christian University halfback, found lots of opposition, but managed a five yard gain against Carnegie Tech in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, La., Jan. 2, 1939. (AP Photo)

The ‘whirlwind’ of TCU football’s conference realignments

By JD Pells
Published Sep 18, 2021
The Frogs are known for having one of the craziest conference hopping stories in college sports history.
Linebacker Garrett Wallow makes a tackle

Three rookie Frogs look to make NFL debut this weekend

By Joey Palmeri
Published Sep 12, 2021
Three former TCU football players will be active for their first NFL games on Sunday and Monday.
TCUs Zach Evans (6) had a career day with 183 yards rushing against California on Sept. 11, 2021. (Esau Rodriguez/Staff Photographer)

Too close for comfort: TCU football slips by California on the backs of Evans, Johnston

By Colin Post
Published Sep 11, 2021
The two young stars combined for 299 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns for the Frogs.
TCU had their way against FCS opponent Duquesne, but theyll face a much harder test against California on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021. (Esau Rodriguez/Staff Photographer)

Done messing around: TCU football set for first challenge of 2021 against California

By Colin Post
Published Sep 7, 2021
Patterson says California is "one of the best defenses we play."
Wide receiver JD Spielman scored one of TCUs six touchdowns on Saturday, Sept. 4, in a 45-3 win over Duquesne. (Esau Rodriquez/Staff Photographer).

Out-Duked: Starters look strong for TCU football in season-opening rout of Duquesne

By Colin Post
Published Sep 5, 2021
The Frogs scored five touchdowns in a tone-setting first half.