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  2. TCU Horned Frogs (23-16, 6-6 ▼2) vs Baylor Bears (27-12, 9-5 ▲1) 6:30pm Central Friday, April 26, 2019 Lupton Stadium Fort Worth, Texas Final Score B12 GameWatcher Live Sports Stats GameTracker StatBroadcast Thingy First Post FrogVision Radio Stream #1(StreamGuys) Radio Stream #2 (TuneIn) Radio Stream #3 (*.m3u8) FrogVision Accuweather.com Weather.com Weather Underground TCU Men's Baseball Facebook TCU Men's Baseball Twitter Starting Lineup:
  3. Kirk Herbstreit's day-two NFL Draft steals #2 on his list In a pool filled with star edge rushers, LJ Collier out of TCU may not get enough love for his abilities, Herbstreit said. Collier had 42 tackles and 11.5 TFLs last season. “He comes out of Gary Patterson’s defense at TCU,” Herbstreit said. “He’s a little bit short at 6-foot-2, 283 pounds but much tougher on the edge. It’s tough to run that way when he’s lined up against you, and also a sneaky-good pass rusher.”
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  5. This baseball season is turning out much like the football and basketball seasons ...
  6. I guess the silver lining today is that Janczak was throwing strikes. They were out over the plate and easy to hit, but they were strikes.
  7. Matt Rudis on the mound for TCU in T7. DBU draws a two-out walk. Walk. Runners on 1st & 2nd, two outs. Schloss pulls Rudis, brings in Mihlbauer. We’re heading to the house to beat the rain. Guenther drops a throw to 1st after a bunt, bases loaded. Line drive single to CF, 7-3 DBU. 8-3 DBU on a double.
  8. Isola leads off B6. Walks. Johnny 🚀. Singles, corners are reptilian with no outs. Henry. Line out to 2B. One out. Keefer. Singles, but tagged out at 2nd. 5-2 DBU, Rizer on 3rd. Conference on the mound. DBU goes to the bullpen. And light rain starts. The Clapper. Walks. Corners reptilian. Oviedo. Singles, 5-3, Frogs on 1st & 2nd, two outs. And yes, for those watching FrogVision, the rain chased Mrs Turk and me back to our regular seats. Wolf Hunter. Strikes out. 5-3 DBU after six full.
  9. Haylen Green on the mound in T6. DBU gets a one out single. Sac bunt, two away, runner advances to 2nd. Single to LF, 4-1 DBU, two outs, runner on 1st. Single to CF, runners on 1st & 2nd. Sarloos visits the mound. Single, 5-1, two outs, runners on 1st & 2nd. Wild pitch, runners advance to 2nd & 3rd. Ground out to 2B. 5-1 DBU going into B6.
  10. Yep, even including footage of you delivering broadcast updates.
  11. DBU brings in a new pitcher in B5. Oviedo leads off. Ground out to 3B. Wolf Hunter. Walks. Anyone watching on FrogVision should get a pretty good view of Mrs Turk and me behind the plate. Air Mail. Fly out to LF, two outs, Wolfe holds at 1st. Conference on the mound. Pitcher stays in. The Big Gun. Fly foul out to LF. 3-1 DBU going into the sixth inning.
  12. If I were an opposing coach, I would just have everyone bunt. TCU cannot get an out on a bunt.
  13. 2019 GOY OddsMarch 20, 2019By Sportsbetting.ag Share Facebook Twitter Digg MySpace SportsBetting.ag has posted spreads for 45 of college football's Games of the Year. The matchups are what the books anticipate to be the marquee games on the 2019 schedule, but if you would like odds for any other game not listed simply reply to this email.2019 Game of the Year Odds Odds per - SportsBetting.agSaturday, August 24 Florida vs Miami (+8.5)Saturday, August 31 Florida State vs Boise State (+4.5) Auburn vs Oregon (+3) South Carolina vs North Carolina (+7)Saturday, September 7 LSU at Texas (+7) Texas A&M at Clemson (-21) Stanford at USC (-4)Saturday, September 14 Oklahoma at UCLA (+11.5) Arizona State at Michigan State (-4.5) Stanford at Central Florida (+2.5)Saturday, September 21 Tennessee at Florida (-14.5) Notre Dame at Georgia (-11.5) Auburn at Texas A&M (-3.5) Michigan at Wisconsin (+6)Saturday, September 28 Ohio State at Nebraska (+7.5) USC at Washington (-7.5) Advertisement Saturday, October 12 USC at Notre Dame (-11.5) Florida at LSU (-3.5) Alabama at Texas A&M (+13) Oklahoma vs Texas (+17)Saturday, October 19 Oregon at Washington (-6.5) Michigan at Penn State (+6.5)Saturday, October 26 Washington State at Oregon (-4.5) Auburn at LSU (-7.5) Texas at TCU (-2.5) Notre Dame at Michigan (-8.5) Wisconsin at Ohio State (-9)Saturday, November 2 Georgia vs Florida (+4) Utah at Washington (-3) Oregon at USC (-1.5) Miami at Florida State (-1.5)Saturday, November 9 LSU at Alabama (-17) Iowa at Wisconsin (-5.5)Saturday, November 16 Georgia at Auburn (+9) Michigan State at Michigan (-14.5)Saturday, November 23 UCLA at USC (-6) Texas A&M at Georgia (-15.5) TCU at Oklahoma (-21) Penn State at Ohio State (-10.5)Friday, November 29 Texas Tech at Texas (-3) Washington State at Washington (-7) Cincinnati at Memphis (-11.5)Saturday, November 30 Ohio State at Michigan (-6.5) Alabama at Auburn (+14)Saturday, December 7 Army at Navy (+10)Odds Subject to Change
  14. 2019 Win Totals & PropsApril 1, 2019By Sportsbetting.ag Share Facebook Twitter Digg MySpace First to market, SportsBetting.ag has posted season victory totals for 22 college football teams, which are listed below. Also below are the odds to make the 2020 College Football Playoff for eight of the nation's elite programs.2019 College Football Win Totals - perSportsBetting.agAlabama regular season win total Over 11 (+110) Under 11 (-130)Auburn regular season win total Over 8 (+125) Under 8 (-145)Boise State regular season win total Over 10 (-125) Under 10 (+105)Clemson regular season win total Over 11 (-110) Under 11 (-110)Florida regular season win total Over 9 (-145) Under 9 (+125)Florida State regular season win total Over 7.5 (-110) Under 7.5 (-110)Georgia regular season win total Over 10.5 (-200) Under 10.5 (+170)Iowa State regular season win total Over 8 (-110) Under 8 (-110)LSU regular season win total Over 9 (-120) Under 9 (+100)Miami, Fl. regular season win total Over 8.5 (-145) Under 8.5 (+125)Michigan regular season win total Over 9.5 (-170) Under 9.5 (+150)Michigan State regular season win total Over 7 (-130) Under 7 (+110)Mississippi State regular season win total Over 8 (-160) Under 8 (+140)Nebraska regular season win total Over 8 (-130) Under 8 (+110)Notre Dame regular season win total Over 9.5 (-125) Under 9.5 (+105)Ohio State regular season win total Over 10 (+125) Under 10 (-145)Oklahoma regular season win total Over 10.5 (-160) Under 10.5 (+140)Oregon regular season win total Over 9.5 (+110) Under 9.5 (-130) Advertisement Penn State regular season win total Over 8.5 (-200) Under 8.5 (+170)Tennessee regular season win total Over 7 (-110) Under 7 (-110)Texas regular season win total Over 9.5 (-145) Under 9.5 (+125)Texas A&M regular season win total Over 7.5 (-145) Under 7.5 (+125)UCF regular season win total Over 10 (-110) Under 10 (-110)Utah regular season win total Over 8.5 (-110) Under 8.5 (-110)USC regular season win total Over 8.5 (-110) Under 8.5 (-110)Washington regular season win total Over 10 (+140) Under 10 (-160)Washington State regular season win total Over 8.5 (-110) Under 8.5 (-110)Wisconsin regular season win total Over 8.5 (-110) Under 8.5 (-110)
  15. Lead off double for DBU in T5. There will be a brief ause in the coverage while the TurkVision broadcast facilities relocate to the lower level. Got here just in time to see us blow that bunt, 3-1 DBU, one out, runner on 3rd. Fly out to shallow RF, two outs, runner holds at 3rd. Pop foul out. 3-1 DBU going into B5.
  16. Henry leads off B4. Ground out to SS. Keefer. Strikes out swinging, two away. The Clapper. Strikes out. This home late ump has an interesting strike zone. Still tied up after four.
  17. Orange wins the Buffalo Bros Stampede. Season Records: Green 8 Orange 2 Purple 19 Lucky section 204 gets five free wings.* *With the purchase of five at the regular price.
  18. Ice Man on the mound for TCU in T4. Newbomb gets a one out foul ball. Strike out, two away, nobody on. Strike out. Tied 1-1 going into B4.
  19. From 247: Eli Williams locks in OV date for TCU One of the state of Oklahoma’s top prospects will make his official visit to TCU on May 3rd as Sapulpa dual-threat quarterback Eli Williams plans to be in town. Williams confirmed his visit plans to HFB. “May 3rd will be the weekend,” Williams said. Williams last visited TCU for a junior day in mid-February and was offered while on his visit. Although some schools see him as a tight end or defensive end, TCU is recruiting the 6-foot-5, 220-pound Williams as a quarterback. He is currently ranked as the No. 26 dual-threat quarterback prospect in the nation according to 247Ssports.
  20. The Big Gun leads off B3. Fly out to LF. Isola. Fly out to RF. Johnny 🚀. Ground out to 2B. 1-1 after three full.
  21. One out double for DBU in T3. Strike out, two away. Single, 1-1. Single, runners on 1st & 2nd, two outs. Sarloos to the mound. Pop foul, Isola gets the catch for the final out. Tie game, 1-1, going into B3.
  22. Johnny Rocket leads off B2 and flies out to deep left on one pitch. Austin Henry. Walks on four pitches. Andrew Keefer. Singles to CF, bases 67% reptilian w/ one out. DBU goes to the bullpen early. The Clapper. Strikes out after a nine pitch at bat. Two away. Adam Oviedo. Singles to deep LF, Henry reaches home, 1-0 Frogs, 1st & 2nd base are carpenter ant kill zones. Wolf Hunter. Bloop single down the 3B line singles. Bases sporting spikes and spurting blood with two outs. Air Mail. Hitter’s count! Strikes out. 1-0 Frogs after two full.
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