The nightcap of a long day of bowl games ended in a close one that had a pair of clutch field goals and a hint of honey BBQ sauce. The Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl between TCU and Michigan State didn’t start out particularly interesting when the Horned Frogs jumped out to a 13-0 lead over …
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A drug sweep on the TCU campus resulted in 17 students, including four members of the football team, being arrested on drug charges reports ESPN.
Junior linebacker Tanner Brock, junior safety Devin Johnson, junior defensive tackle D.J. Yendrey and sophomore offensive tackle Tyler Horn are the guilty parties [...]
For every bowl that is set to occur, Sports Reviews will be doing a preview for the game(s) occurring each day. Today, we take a look at the Poinsettia Bowl game featuring the Texas Christian Horned Frogs vs. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs.
The Poinsettia Bowl will be held tonight in San Diego, CA with a 5 p.m. PST start time. The game will pit the Mountain West [...]
The Big East conference got their wish. They have finally added schools to the conference when they could have been down to five schools after Pittsburgh (ACC), Syracuse (ACC), West Virginia (Big 12) and TCU (Big 12) all left within the last three months.
The schools to be added to the Big East include Boise State, Houston,[...]
TCU kicker Ross Evans is the all-time point leader at the school. For detail-oriented Gary Patterson, a man who seems to never forget a single play of any football game he has ever coached, that is secondary these days.
At yesterday’s weekly press conference, a reporter opened Pandora’s Box by asking if Ross Evans will play this week. Evans reportedly [...]
I know I had you as my Heisman pick for this year, but couldn’t you wait just one week to show everyone you were the best QB in the country? Couldn’t you just throw ONE pass off line, especially in the end…just one? And do you have to become the receiver on 3rd and 10 in a key late drive? Remaining foes better bring the Kryptonite. If you have any casual fans who want [...]
I would like to post this. It is very timely, given all the scandal stuff, also.
Please note this. It is important and true:
In 2009 when Scott was going through his initial trauma of fighting cancer, he wrote a letter to Gary Patterson. Scott thanked him for putting such a good program together, and for doing so without all [...]
As it happened, I learned rather early in life that the result of a college football game was more important than wars or depressions. I learned it at the first college game I ever attended which was three days before my seventh birthday on the contemptuous afternoon of November 30, 1935. This was the day of the biggest thing that ever happened to Fort Worth, Texas, a game between TCU (11-0) and SMU [...]
I love Gary Patterson and how he has turned the program into a first tier, first class model for what NCAA football can be. He has specialized in finding the great athletes with character who have the “chip on his shoulder” for being snubbed at other schools. In the world of 5 star rating services, [...]