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TCU to continue work on Amon G. Carter Stadium with east side renovation

TCU to continue work on Amon G. Carter Stadium with east side renovation

Published Aug 30, 2011

TCU received approval from its Board of Trustees Executive Committee Monday to renovate the east side of Amon G. Carter Stadium, according to an email from Athletics Media Relations Director Mark Cohen. The...

Spanish speakers will be able to listen to TCU football

Published Aug 26, 2011

As the 2011 TCU football season approaches, Spanish speakers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area will not be left out of the action. Univision, a Spanish-language radio station, has renewed its contract with...

TCU football’s record-breaking number of season ticket sales approaching 21,000

Published Aug 25, 2011

Five TCU football players were taken in April’s NFL draft, and several more signed with teams as free agents. But while many new faces will be on the gridiron this season, even more new faces will be...

Stadium construction won’t stop because of TCU football games.

Published Aug 24, 2011

Construction on the new stadium will continue during the 2011 football season, Ross Bailey, Associate Athletic Director for Operations, said. “We’re not stopping work just because we’ve got football...

TCU football begins season ranked No. 14 in AP poll

TCU football begins season ranked No. 14 in AP poll

Published Aug 22, 2011

TCU has been ranked No. 14 in the Associated Press preseason poll. The No. 14 spot is the second highest preseason ranking in the history of the Associated Press poll. The Frogs started No. 6 in last...

Ohio State president atones for Little Sisters of the Poor joke against TCU

Ohio State president atones for “Little Sisters of the Poor” joke against TCU

Published Aug 18, 2011

OREGON, Ohio (AP) - Ohio State University's president is back in the good graces of the Little Sisters of the Poor after turning them into a punch line last fall when he mocked other universities who...

Former TCU wide receiver to sign with Dallas Cowboys

Former TCU wide receiver to sign with Dallas Cowboys

Published Aug 11, 2011

According to multiple sources, former TCU wide receiver Curtis Clay will sign with the Dallas Cowboys. Clay had 34 career receptions for the Frogs and three touchdowns, including one in the 2010 Tostitos...

Student tickets for TCU football game at Baylor go on sale Aug. 15

Student tickets for TCU football game at Baylor go on sale Aug. 15

Published Aug 10, 2011

Tickets for the Sept. 2 opener at Baylor are sold out. Unless you're a student that is. Tickets will be available to students on Monday, Aug. 15 by registering with the online ticket office. All...

TCU football starts No. 15 in preseason poll

TCU football starts No. 15 in preseason poll

Published Aug 4, 2011

The loss of some key players apparently has coaches doubting whether or not TCU can match last year's undefeated season. TCU football will start No. 15 in the USA Today Coaches Poll this season. They...

Gary Patterson looking for guys on a mission for upcoming TCU football season

Gary Patterson looking for ‘guys on a mission’ for upcoming TCU football season

Published Aug 3, 2011

Although the TCU football program has lost a lot of seniors, head football coach Gary Patterson said they have not lost the talent. “I think we have what we want coming back. It will develop....

TCU announces two football schedule changes

Published Aug 1, 2011

Due to construction of Amon G. Carter Stadium, TCU has made some changes to the 2011 football schedule. The Portland State game on Sept. 24 will be moved from 6 p.m. to 1 p.m. The rivalry game against...

Andy Dalton signs four-year, $5.2 million contract with Cincinnati

Andy Dalton signs four-year, $5.2 million contract with Cincinnati

Published Jul 30, 2011

Former TCU quarterback Andy Dalton has reportedly signed a four-year, $5.2 million contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. He will be at practice for training camp today. Carson Palmer, who started for...