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TCU head football coach Gary Patterson places frozen turkeys into the trunk of a vehicle as he joined other volunteers distributing food during a Tarrant Area Food Bank mobile pantry event in Arlington, Texas, Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. Thanksgiving holiday food items were distributed to over 5,000 families during the event that took place in a parking lot outside AT&T Stadium. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Patterson left Fort Worth better than he found it

By Colin Post
Published Nov 7, 2021
The 22-year head coach's work off the field matches his success on it.
TCU quarterback Chandler Morris (14) drops back to pass in TCUs 30-28 win over No. 12 Baylor on Nov. 6, 2021. (Esau Rodriguez/Staff Photographer)

No Patterson, no problem: TCU knocks off No. 12 Baylor

By Colin Post
Published Nov 6, 2021
Backup quarterback Chandler Morris totaled 538 yards of offense in his first start.
TCU wide receiver Derius Davis (12) runs past the Baylor special teams for a touchdown in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Waco, Texas, Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020. (Jerry Larson/Waco Tribune-Herald via AP)

Game on: TCU prepares to take on No. 12 Baylor amid head coach drama

By Braden Roux
Published Nov 5, 2021
The Frogs will take on the Bears less than a week after parting ways with Gary Patterson.
Gary Patterson showing support for the Frogs at a football game on Oct. 20, 2018. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.

Who will fill the shoes of Gary Patterson, TCU’s greatest coach of all time?

By Joey Palmeri
Published Nov 5, 2021
TCU looks to replace Gary Patterson with either experienced or up-and-coming coaching candidates.
TCU coach Gary Patterson left, shakes hands with Minnesota coach Jerry Kill after an NCAA college football game Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015, in Minneapolis. TCU won 23-17. (AP Photo/Paul Battaglia)

Coach Patterson’s choice: Jerry Kill

By JD Pells
Published Nov 4, 2021
A good friend of Gary Patterson's takes over as interim head coach of TCU football.
Gary Patterson, who announced his departure from the TCU football program on Oct. 31, 2021, was the Frogs all-time winningest coach over his 21 years leading the program. (Cristian ArguetaSoto/Staff Photographer)

Former, current players react to Gary Patterson’s departure

By JD Pells, Derek Lytle and Colin Post
Published Nov 1, 2021
Twitter was flooded with current and former Frogs showing appreciation for their former head coach.
Gary Patterson looks out onto the field as the team prepares to jog onto the field. (Cristian Argueta Soto/staff photographer)

Without Patterson, TCU football’s 2022 recruiting class at risk

By Colin Post
Published Nov 1, 2021
The Frogs lost their first commit on Monday, with more reportedly to come.
TCU Head Football Coach Gary Patterson

Patterson and TCU ‘mutually agree’ to part ways

By Colin Post
Published Oct 31, 2021
TCU's winningest head coach met with his team Sunday afternoon to break the news to them first.
Kansas States Deuce Vaughn (22) rushed for 109 yards and two touchdowns in the Frogs 31-12 loss on Oct. 30, 2021. (Photo courtesy of @KStateFB on Twitter)

Rock bottom: TCU football loses quarterback, third-straight game against Kansas State

By Colin Post
Published Oct 30, 2021
Max Duggan was replaced by Chandler Morris in the second half of the Frogs' loss.
TCU running back Kendre Miller (33) carries the ball against Kansas State in an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020, in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/Richard W. Rodriguez)

TCU football looks to snap losing streak on the road against Kansas State

By Braden Roux
Published Oct 29, 2021
The Frogs have lost four of their last five games.
TCU safety Michael Onyemaobi made his first start at safety for the Frogs against West Virginia on Oct. 26, 2021, in his fifth year with the program. (Photo courtesy of

Hard work pays off: TCU football’s Onyemaobi proof that perseverance trumps uncertainty

By Colin Post
Published Oct 26, 2021
The safety made his first start on Saturday in his fifth year with the program.
Memorial High School cornerback Jaylon Guilbeau, a four-star recruit, signed with TCU in Sept. 2021 after decommitting from Texas. (Photo courtesy of

Fresh legs: an update on TCU football’s 2022 recruiting class

By Braden Roux
Published Oct 25, 2021
The Frogs' class ranks 7th in the Big 12 so far, one spot lower than their 2021 class.