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  1. 11 points
    Lyle Lanley

    Attacking the TCU Hoops Record Book

    I got away from doing this during the football season because, well, last fall was last fall. Some fun things happening on the hardwood now, though! Karviar Shepherd: Current career blocked shots: 102 (5th all-time) -Current pace of 0.2 per game this season makes it unlikely he'll move up on the list Vladimir Brodziansky: Current season total blocked shots: 56 (8th all-time). -Needs 6 to pass Alvardo Parker (2007) for 7th -Current pace of 2.4 per game should put him in position to pass Derrick Davenport's 74 blocks in 2001 for the #2 slot (behind Davenport's school-record 96 in 2000). Current career blocked shots: 90 (6th all-time) -Needs 82 total the rest of this year & all of next to break James Penny's school-record of 171 -Needs 13 to pass Shepherd for 5th, 44 to pass Reggie Smith for 4th Current career points scored: 650 -Needs 777 to pass Gary Turner to crack the Top 10 -Current pace of 14.3 per game this season means he'd need 54 games to do so. He'll need to step that up AND play in a lot of postseason games this year & next to make that happen. Kenrich Williams: Current season total rebounds: 196 -Needs 114 to pass Gary Turner (1966) to crack the Top 10 -Current pace of 9.3 per game should put him within range of doing so, but extra postseason games will help! Current career rebounds: 417 -Needs 246 to pass Bingo Merriex to crack the Top 10. Very attainable goal for next season. Alex Robinson: Current season total assists: 128 -Needs 41 to pass Jamie Dixon (1987) to crack the Top 10. -Current pace of 5.6 per game should put him in position to pass Mike Jones' 181 assists in 1998 for the #6 slot Current season total steals: 38 -Needs 20 to pass Albert Thomas (1991) to crack the Top 10 -Current pace of 1.7 per game should put him within range of doing so, but extra postseason games will help!
  2. 9 points
    Frogzilla

    TCU 2016-2017 Basketball...The Debut Season

    I've already watched more TCU MBB this year than I have in the past 20.
  3. 9 points
    Newbomb Turk

    One Night at Whataburger...

    Can we give young Mr. Hicks a break for his youthful indiscretion and change the name of this thread to "Burgers and the police blotter" or somesuch? No need to keep his name at the top of the board. Just a suggestion.
  4. 8 points
    PurpleDawg

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    Great comment: "When covering up a MURDER is NOT the worst scandal in the athletic program, maybe you shouldn't have an athletic program."
  5. 7 points
    Spanning the baselines to bring you the constant variety of TCU Baseball: the thrill of eliminating SEC teams from post-season competition, and the agony of no chilled, chopped onions at the concession stands. The human drama of athletic competition. This is TheFrogHorn.com's... TURKVISION P 1 - 2/17 - Penn State - W P x - 2/18 - Penn State P x - 2/19 - Penn State
  6. 7 points
    RedHill

    TCU 2016-2017 Basketball...The Debut Season

    Had Valentines lunch with my oldest grand daughter today. Her teacher is a TCU grad.
  7. 7 points
    Lyle Lanley

    TCU 2016-2017 Basketball...The Debut Season

    Getting murdered by the Baylor basketball team just means that their coach will try to frame us as drug dealers.
  8. 7 points
    SuperToad

    Signing Day thread

    Signed (21): Shawn Robinson 37 Wes Harris 22 Noah Daniels 31 Coy McMillion 38 Lakendrick VanZandt 40 Garret Wallow 32 Kerry Johnson 43 Alex Bush 33 Jalen Reagor 39 Kennedy Snell 34 Ni'Jeel Meeking 25 Terrell Cooper 18 Ezra Tu'ua 34 Corey Bethley 36 Christian Williams 33 Al'Dontre Davis 26 Quazzel White 19 George Ellis III 29 Dennis Collins 29 Omar Manning 41 Michael Onyemaobi 37
  9. 6 points
    FrogAbroad

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    I cannot even begin to imagine the horror of being a rape victim, and then having to describe the experience in detail in at least one but probably more than just a single interview. It is easy for those of us not affected to wonder why a rape goes unreported--but I believe it is impossible for us to understand how incredibly difficult it is to report and to be interrogated in depth (which, unfortunately, has to be done to establish a prosecutable case against the perpetrators). I suppose all that the rest of us can do is to encourage women to report rapes by being supportive before the crime as well as after. We must insist upon and support a reporting system that ensures timely, compassionate response for the brave women who do step forward. Men, we absolutely must take the time and make the effort to educate ourselves about something we can never fully understand. We must initiate uncomfortable conversations with the women we love about such things as prevention, about reporting, about how another man's criminal act will not change our love for those women. We must avoid and discourage thought, so-called humor and conversation about women as mere objects of sexual appetites. No amount of "manly-macho indignation" after the crime will help. We all must be men...women...human beings who genuinely do care about victims long before they become victims.
  10. 6 points
    Newbomb Turk

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    I'm seeing a GEICO commercial showing a bunch of blue-haired old ladies and men whaling on each other with different colored hymnals screaming, "We want the BLUE hymnals, not the God-forsaken RED ones!" and the voiceover saying, "If you're a Baptist, internal divisions over trivialities lead to your self-destruction. It's what you do. If you want to save 15% or more on car insurance, you switch to GEICO."
  11. 6 points
    Nick Danger

    Favorite Meme Thread

    An homage to the folks that "founded" this site!
  12. 6 points
    My choice would be beating Baylor in Waco, but that's just me...
  13. 6 points
    RedHill

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    Then the MSU fans loved this more than I did!
  14. 6 points
    SuperToad

    Signing Day thread

    Surprise! Brian Holland‏ @BHollandSports Lutcher WR Al'Dontre Davis picks #TCU on #NSD17 Was expected to sign with Ole Miss. Had offers from LSU, A&M, Tenn, Miss, Aub, Ark, and many more.
  15. 5 points
    My cardiologist has cleared me to run in the Half Marathon.
  16. 5 points
  17. 5 points
    frogtwang

    Baseball Countdown

  18. 5 points
    Newbomb Turk

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    On BaylorFans, they're referring to this story and asking, "Where is the outrage? Why was Baylor singled out for all the negative press? It's the librul media and the atheists in Austin who have it in for us!" No references to the fact that Michigan State is actually DOING SOMETHING besides covering up.
  19. 5 points
    RedHill

    TCU 2016-2017 Basketball...The Debut Season

    My first game at the Scholl tonight! My wife, daughter, SIL, 4 grand kids and me! We'll be "purpled" out!!
  20. 5 points
    Radio Shack Killa

    TGBDS: Epic Randomness

    So I'm an uncle again....
  21. 5 points
    TCU ex LaDainian Tomlinson now a Pro Football Hall of Famer http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/nfl/nfl-insider/article130833239.html
  22. 5 points
    PurpleDawg

    Frog Pets

    We would have celebrated my beloved Velvet's 14th birthday today. Nearly one year since she's been gone. Feels like forever. Love you, sweetest girl.
  23. 5 points
    FrogAbroad

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    Well, Davey boy, maybe that's because "no other university" has been so morally bankrupt and committed to evil that such an aggressive and decisive response has been necessary. That kind of political spin would be like British Petroleum's CEO saying "No other oil company in the world has responded so aggressively and decisively as British Petroleum with its paying $34 billion to promote ecological advancement in the Gulf of Mexico." As a old cowboy once said, "When a feller's full of bull he'd best keep his mouth shut."
  24. 5 points
    Feeling Froggy

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    At least Baylor Football is showing signs of trying to improve. Paying for it is far better than forcibly taking it against the woman's will...
  25. 5 points
    Newbomb Turk

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    I think the Patterson / aggie references were saying that even people who are predisposed to believe the worst about Baylor (i.e., Frogs, Aggies, Patterson) haven't imagined how bad the truth really is, and if the whole truth ever does come out, even they will be shocked.
  26. 5 points
    Army Frog Fan

    The Big Game thread

    One of my USMA classmates won a million bucks when the Pats won by 4. Some app's season long challenge and he was perfect.
  27. 5 points
    Baylor loses by 2.
  28. 5 points
    Jared

    TCU 2016-2017 Basketball...The Debut Season

    Final: 78-63! TCU sweeps Texas for the first time since 1987. We're 5-5 in the Big 12! We've clinched a winning regular season record! We probably need 4 more wins to have a chance at the NCAA's, but our NIT chances are actually very good. LHCBT was in the house for the retirement of Kurt Thomas' jersey. It's hard to believe how much we've improved. Great finish!
  29. 5 points
    SFA Frog

    One Night at Whataburger...

    At the request of the boys, we're eating Whataburger right now.
  30. 5 points
    Jared

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    They'll be talking about that for centuries. But, uh, this century, we're 6-3 over Baylor, despite their recent success, and we're 3-2 over them in the Big12 during the greatest success in their history, including their rape-enabling #CAB years.
  31. 5 points
    I don't buy it. She was in the thick of things, being his daughter, her brother being on staff, and being married to one of his assistant coaches. Their whole little circle of coverup had to include her, given her multiple connections at the highest levels. Anyone on social media that questioned anything about their program was vehemently attacked on by her. If she truly didn't know, then she is as dumb as a fence post and should be thankful that breathing is an involuntary action.
  32. 5 points
    angelosfrog

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    Here I am! I just found out about this last night around 10:00. I spent the next 90 minutes reading tweets from national sportswriters and posts on BF.com. The most gratifying part of these chickens finally coming to roost is the reaction on bf.com from fans who finally get it. There are multiple people over there giving GP credit for figuring out what a scum bag Art was and telling the truth about it. It's like hell just froze over with people giving GP kudos over there. I also want to add that you should never screw with Rusty Hardin. What went down in Art's case the other day was pure genius. The defendants in Art's case had filed a fairly genric and non-specific answer to Art's suit which is standard practice in Texas courts. Art's attorney, Ernie Cannon filed special exceptions which essentially demand that the other party file a pleading with a higher level of specificity to support the allegations made in the original pleading (in this case, the Defendant's answer). The Defendants, represented by Rusty Hardin, showed up at the hearing in Burnet with an amended answer with all the sordid details contained in the answer and told Art and his attorney's to take a look at this before we file it and let us know what you want to do. Art then nonsuited or dismissed his suit after reading what was going to be filed. However, Art's old Stephenville buddy and longtime lackey, Shillingslaw still had a suit filed and apparently declined to dismiss his suit (or maybe they never gave him a chance to) and the Defendants filed a 40 page answer with all the sordid details in it that Art was trying to avoid becoming public. So Rusty screwed Art by getting him to nonsuit his case and then still filing the answer with the details in the other suit. I'm just glad that Art is finally exposed for the POS that he is and it's his own arrogance and narcissism, of course, that did him in. Baylor could've easily fired him for cause and not paid him a dime but they paid him to buy silence. He then rewarded them by waging a PR campaign through his family, friends and assistant coaches that painted Art as a martyr and the Board of Regents as the villains. Well, the BOR finally had enough and unloaded on the sorry SOB with both barrels. Now Art is never going to get another job, his assistants will be lucky to work above the high school level and his daughter now knows her daddy is a scumbag. To quote the old football coach on KFC who knows Art well, "You reap what you sow, Art, you reap what you sow."
  33. 5 points
    Newbomb Turk

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    From page 35: The Dallas Morning News story and editorials on November 3 and 4 were published right before the November 5 game against TCU. On the evening of November 4, Baylor’s assistant coaches each posted the same message via Twitter disputing what the Regents had disclosed, and defending the former head coach. During the game itself, scores of fans showed up at McLane Stadium wearing black T-shirts with the handle “#CAB,” for “Coach Art Briles.” A donor even hung a black banner emblazoned with the hash tag from one of the luxury suites. The protests in the stands prompted yet another round of media stories. What, no mention of 62-22?
  34. 5 points
    FrogAbroad

    TCU 2016-2017 Basketball...The Debut Season

    scandal off the charts accusers throwing darts truth denied in parts BoR outsmarts integrity departs lies by pounds and quarts called them slutty tarts that PoS still starts stones instead of hearts Baylor's "Work of Art's"
  35. 5 points
    Down goes Bay-lah! Kansas wins 73-68.
  36. 5 points
    Cleburne Frog

    Signing Day thread

    Michael D. Onyemaobi is a Frog! He selected TCU over UCLA, Cal, AZ State, Colorado, Ole Miss, Washington St, Iowa St and Nebraska among others. Good get, most likely a safety. http://247sports.com/Player/Michael-Onyemaobi-89246
  37. 5 points
    FrogAbroad

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    Yeah, but...you forget the purpose of the NCCA: To punish non-SEC schools who give their athletes an extra cheeseburger.
  38. 5 points
    I'm a little upset with the recent play, but we're a young team on the court and we play like it. I still think this season is already a success. CJD has done a very good job with this program. Fisher is going to be good, Robinson could be very good, and Vlad is a beast. The future is bright.
  39. 5 points
    Bethley commits to TCU!!! https://mobile.twitter.com/coreybethley7/status/825118810562785280?ref_src=twsrc^tfw
  40. 4 points
    #1 TCU (4-0) vs ASU (3-1) Game 1 of 3 6:34pm Central Time Lupton Stadium, Fort Worth, TX Stats: StatBroadcast Thingie GameTracker Audio: FrogVision ($$$) Sir Frances Drake's Audio Link (Batten down 'er hatches!) Video: FrogVision ($$$) Henry Morgan's Video Link (Ye be walkin' tha plank, matey!) Starting line up: 1 - Austen Wade 2 - Elliot Barzilli 3 - Luken Baker 4 - Evan Skoug 5 - Cam Warner 6 - Nolan Brown 7 - Josh Watson 8 - Ryan Merrill 9 - Conner Wanhanen P - Brian Howard
  41. 4 points
    Lyle Lanley

    MLB Frogs thread for 2017

    ...and here's a quick rundown of the Frogs in MLB camps: -Andrew Cashner, Rangers - probably the #4 guy in the rotation behind Darvish, Hamels & Martin Perez -Jake Arrieta, Cubs -Matt Carpenter, Cardinals -Chad Huffman, Cardinals - as mentioned above, trying to win a roster spot - and should pick up some spring training ABs when Carpenter is playing for Team USA in the WBC -Bryan Holaday, Phillies - signed to a minor league deal, in camp as a non-roster invitee -Taylor Featherston, Phillies - non-roster invitee -Brandon Finnegan, Reds -Matt Purke, White Sox - non-roster invitee Also, it was mentioned in the 2016 thread, but Jason Coats was released by the Rays. He need Tommy John surgery, which the club is paying for but means a long road back.
  42. 4 points
    Newbomb Turk

    Baseball Countdown

  43. 4 points
    Feeling Froggy

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    Haven't there been enough allegations of misconduct against the WPD to demand an investigation into them turning a blind eye to Baylor related misconduct? I'm all for torching Rape U to the ground and salting the earth, but what I gathered from some of the texts, WPD is equally responsible for covering up incidents and allowing the culture to continue for years. How many lives were ruined because they were aiding and protecting BU? Why aren't the Rangers setting up shop in their department and sifting through their dirty laundry as well as investigating Baylor?
  44. 4 points
    Radio Shack Killa

    Off-season Thread (Top 5)

    Well, there was this girl from the KState band after the game in '84......
  45. 4 points
    NewfoundlandFreeFrog

    The Big Game thread

    Marcus also was critical on the tying score.
  46. 4 points
    Feeling Froggy

    One Night at Whataburger...

    Everytime I look at this thread, I get a craving for the 5-3-1, with an order of onion rings and a vanilla malt. And the shirt is beautiful.
  47. 4 points
    Feeling Froggy

    The continuing saga of Baylor Athletics

    I think it was about the 2013 postgame comments CGP made about Briles being scum... The whole rant that started with reference to the targeting hit on Boykin and them not taking the ejected player off the field and evolved into that's not how GP or TCU are going to do things... At least that is what I understand it to mean.
  48. 4 points
    PurpleDawg

    Signing Day thread

    Oh, well, how stupid of me not to know that. I mean, anyone should have figured that out.
  49. 4 points
    RedHill

    Signing Day thread

    Not in ths
  50. 4 points
    Feeling Froggy

    One Night at Whataburger...

    The only fast food I have eaten in the last 5+ years has been Whataburger. The only fast food I intend to eat will be at the first Whataburger (the one on the north side of Amarillo) that I come to when I visit back home later this year. (I thought every native Texan called it Water-burger as a kid. I also did, PD.)