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  1. 7 points
    Give the rule some teeth and make him ineligible for the first CONFERENCE game.
  2. 6 points
    #$%@ baylor #$%@ art briles and #$%@ mount Vernon
  3. 6 points
    H2H!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!1!1!!!!!!!!!!1. We are National Champions!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!1!!!2
  4. 5 points
    Question #1 On a Free Kick, two or more members of the receiving team intentionally form a wedge for the purpose of blocking for the ball carrier at B's 25 yard line, which is illegal this year. Number 5 of the receiving team signals for and makes a fair catch at the 3-yard line. a. The receiving team is penalized from the spot of the foul, and B will snap from the 12 1/2 yard line. b. There is no foul and B will snap from the 25-yard line due to the fair catch.
  5. 5 points
    Our current 51: Quazzel White A few memorable 51s: Robert Henson Austin Schlottmann Josh Goolsby Kenny Cain Connie Sparks Down by 22 points and without starting QB Tye Gunn, TCU rallied behind super sub Jeff Ballard to beat BYU, 51-50, in Triple OT in Provo on September 24, 2005. ...and one bonus 51: Ken Norton Jr.
  6. 5 points
    A few memorable 54s: Marcus Mallet Joe Broadnax Hugh Pitts Dale Walker Lee Nailon James Cash LT scored 54 career rushing TDs at TCU A few bonus 54s: Chuck Howley Randy White Jaylon Smith Popeye Jones Rear Window hit theaters September 1, 1954
  7. 5 points
    Jerry Hughes, 2013-present Bill's Tracy Simien wore 55 during his rookie season for the 1989 Steelers. Hes not in this picture ... Jonathan Anderson 2019 Giants John Briscoe wore 55 for the 1991 A's Goo Kennedy, 1975 Spirits of St. Louis
  8. 5 points
    The first full update in a while: Guys currently in The Show: -Jake Arrieta, Phillies -Andrew Cashner, Orioles -Matt Carpenter, Cardinals -Bryan Holaday, Marlins -Kevin Cron, D'Backs -Alex Young, D'Backs Triple-A: -Tyler Alexander was optioned back to Toledo after making his MLB debut for the Tigers in a spot start earlier this week (5 IP, 2 ER, 5 H, 4 K, 0 BB). He's 2-9 on the year with a 6.23 ERA on the season for Toledo. -Stefan Crichton has tossed 4 scoreless innings for Reno (D'Backs) since being sent back down following his 8-appearance stint with Arizona in The Show (4.50 ERA in 10 IP). Through 24 total Triple-A apperances this year, he's 1-2 with a 3.27 ERA and 42 K's against 14 BB. -Jason Coats has 8 hits during his current 5-game hit streak for Durham (Rays). Through 49 total games, he's hitting .265 with 11 HR, 28 RBI and an .809 OPS. -Jantzen Witte went deep on the 4th of July for Pawtucket (Red Sox), extending his short hit streak to 3. Through 66 total games this year between Pawtucket and Double-A Portland, he's hitting .267 with 7 HR, 29 RBI and a .719 OPS. Double-A: -Durbin Feltman has a 2.13 ERA across his last 10 relief appearances for Portland (Red Sox), but his rough start to the season is still haunting him. Through 26 total appearances, he's 2-2 with a 4.65 ERA 31 K's against 23 BB. -Brian Howard has pitched at least 6 innings in his last 4 starts for Midland (A's), picking up W's in the last two. Through 17 total starts, BGH is 7-5 with a 2.92 ERA and 83 K's against 33 BB. -Jerrick Suiter is currently mired in a 1-for-24 slump for Altoona (Pirates), which has seen his batting average tumble .10 points in the last week. Through 81 games, he's hitting .239 with 3 HR, 30 RBI and a .598 OPS. -Riley Ferrell has thrown 3 scoreless innings in his first two outings for Corpus Christi (Astros) after being returned to the Houston organization after being waived by the Marlins. -Taylor Featherston has 4 hits across his last 3 games for NW Arkansas (Royals). Through 69 games, he's hitting .266 with 7 HR, 32 RBI and a .738 OPS. -Jordan Kipper (Bowie/Orioles) and Brian Trieglaff (Trenton/Yankees) have both been dealing with injuries all year and have yet to pitch in 2019. Advanced A-Ball: -Luken Baker had two base hits last time out for Palm Springs (Cardinals). Through 72 games, he's hitting .233 with 5 HR, 29 RBI and a .679 OPS. -Evan Skoug has reached base safely in his last three games for Winston-Salem (White Sox). Through 20 games since his promotion, he's hitting .213 with 3 HR, 13 RBI and a .783 OPS. -Josh Watson quickly earned a promotion after 7 games with the A's AZL League entry. Through 5 games at Stockton, he's hitting 3-for-17 (.176) with 1 HR, 2 RBI and an .804 OPS. -Austen Wade has been injured and hasn't played since May 8th for Lynchburg (Indians). Through 23 games, he'd started the year hitting .266 with 1 HR, 6 RBI and a .757 OPS. Class A: -Sean Wymer struck out 7 against 0 walks in his last start for Lansing (Blue Jays), but took the L. Through 16 starts, he's 3-7 with a 6.67 ERA and 52 K's against 19 BB's. Short-Season A-Ball and Rookie Leagues: -Nick Lodolo is scoreless across 4.1 IP in his first three starts for Billings (Reds), taking no-decisions in all three. His sterling 0.00 ERA matches nicely with 6 K's against zero walks. -Johnny Rizer has hit safely in 3 of his last 4 for Aberdeen (Orioles), but cooled off a tad after his insane start to his pro career which included taking Noah Syndagaard deep. Through 13 games, he's hitting .306 with 1 HR, 9 RBI and an .892 OPS. -Alex Isola has hit safely in 5 of his first 6 games for Elizabethton (Twins). He's currently hitting .400 with 1 HR, 8 RBI and a 1.029 OPS. -Jake Guenther has hit safely in his first 3 games for Princeton (Rays). He's currently hitting .600 with 1 RBI and a 1.292 OPS. -Jared Janczak picked up his first professional W in his last outing for the Indians' AZL League entry. Through 4 total relief appearances, he's 1-0 with a 2.45 ERA and 5 K's against zero walks. -Brandon Williamson has yet to pitch for Everett (Mariners) Independent Leagues: -Matt Purke is 2-4 with a 5.84 ERA through 15 total appearances for the Sugar Land Skeeters, which includes 6 starts. Status uncertain: -Brandon Finnegan appears to be assigned to Billings by the Reds organization, but has yet to pitch in 2019. -Jake Eissler does not appear to have signed yet with the Indians.
  9. 5 points
    At the encouragement of a fellow poster, I am sharing big news about my son from the past week. He is on youtube and has his own channel if you search for Zak McAllister Just a follow up on my son’s week at the 2019 International Juggler’s Association Annual Festival. So, he won the three biggest awards:World Champ for Individual World Champ for TeamsPeople’s Choice Award (voted on by ballot by all festival attendees for their favorite person at the festival)He also got four gold medals for lesser events and won another audience voting performance competition. He’s only the second person ever to win all three big awards in the same week. Essentially, every single thing he was eligible for, he won. He was on fire. It is a niche group of performers around the world, but in that world, he is on top for the moment. It was a very cool dad moment for me to see him compete against people from around the world and come out on top.
  10. 5 points
    Made some updates In the Show: -Alex Young - Reno (D'Backs) STATS AAA: -Riley Ferrell - Corpus Christi (Astros) STATS -Tyler Alexander - Toledo (Tigers) STATS -Jason Coats - Durham (Rays) STATS -Jantzen Witte - Pawtucket (Red Sox) STATS -Stefan Chrichton - Reno (D'backs) STATS -Kevin Cron - Reno (D'backs) STATS AA: -Durbin Feltman - Portland (Red Sox) STATS -Brian Howard - Midland (A's) STATS -Jerrick Suiter - Altoona (Pirates) STATS -Brian Trieglaff - Trenton (Yankees) STATS (INJURED) -Jordan Kipper - Bowie (Orioles) STATS (INJURED) -Taylor Featherston - NW Arkansas (Royals) STATS Advanced A-Ball: -Austen Wade - Lynchburg (Indians) STATS (INJURED) -Luken Baker - Palm Beach (Cardinals) STATS -Evan Skoug - Winston Salem (White Sox) STATS -Josh Watson - Stockton (A's) STATS A-Ball: -Sean Wymer - Lansing (Blue Jays) STATS Short-Season A & Rookie Leagues: -Brandon Williamson - Everett (Mariners) STATS -Johnny Rizer - Aberdeen (Orioles) STATS -Jared Janczak - AZL Indians Blue (Indians) STATS -Nick Lodolo - Billings (Reds) - STATS -Alex Isola - Elizabethton (Twins) - STATS Independent Leagues: -Matt Purke - Sugar Land Skeeters Status Uncertain: -Brandon Finnegan - (Reds) - was working in extended spring training, not assigned yet for this season -Jake Guenther - (Rays) - not assigned yet -Jake Eissler - (Indians) - not assigned yet/holding out hope he'll come back for his senior season Guys who appear to be out of baseball, at least for now: -Chad Huffman (last played in the Tigers' system last year) -Preston Morrison (last pitched in the Cubs' system last year) -Nolan Brown (last played in the White Sox' system last year) -Mitchell Traver (last pitched in the Angels' system last year) -Cam Warner (last played in the Tigers' system last year - I believe he may be playing back in Australia) -Jerome Pena (last played for the Aguascalientes Railroaders in the Mexican League last year)
  11. 5 points
    Our current 62: David Bolisomi A few memorable 62s: Jeff Olson Herb Zimmerman John Marsh (with biographical details!) That time Kyle Hicks scored 5 touchdowns and the Frogs dropped 62 on Baylor while their fans were all buying rape-enabler #CAB T-shirts in the parking lot ...and one bonus 62: James McMurtry was born March 18, 1962 - in Fort Worth.
  12. 5 points
    I can't wait for number 10 and number 2 to be right next to each other in next year's team photo...
  13. 5 points
    Vanderbilt (who lost to TCU)* takes the championship. * “Vanderbilt (who lost to TCU)” is the correct usage for references to the Vanderbilt baseball team for the foreseeable future.
  14. 4 points
    That first set took over an hour. Hopefully, Rybo can take the 2nd in the humidity in Iowa City. Dougaz will serve first. 0-1. Dougaz not giving up as he holds at love. 1-2. This set will be tight too. 2-all. 2-3. Still on serve. 3-all. YES!! 4-3! Alex breaks at love and takes the lead! 5-3! 6-3! Rybo breaks again and takes the match 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 to advance to the finals at Iowa City! He'll play the winner of the other semi between John McNally and Axel Geller tomorrow for the title.
  15. 4 points
    A few memorable 42s: Ty Summers Matt Panfil Carl Knox Ron Clinkscale Casey Pachall ended his playing days at TCU with 42 career TD passes A few bonus 42s: Jackie Robinson Jerry Stackhouse 42
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  17. 4 points
    Colin Jones, 2011 49ers Stefan Crichton, 2017 Orioles Geno Espineli, 2008 Giants (you'll have to take my word that the other digit is a 3) In the first of 6 appearances in the countdown, few or none of which will actually show his number, is L.D. "Little Dutch" Meyer, Dutch Meyer's nephew, who played MLB on either side of WWII. He wore 43 in his 1937 rookie season for the Cubs.
  18. 4 points
    A few memorable 44s: LaMarcus McDonald - I gave him a high 5 at Fuzzy's one time, back when they weren't a chain, were open 24/7 and didn't give an F about serving beers after 2am. Chris Manfredini - bonus Reeves Dalton appearance! Johnny Vaught - always remember to remind your Ole Miss friends that their stadium is named for one of ours. Big Game Howie Darius Anderson's 3rd TD run of the day, coming with 2:37 left, was the nail in the coffin of TCU's 44-31 win in Stillwater in 2017 A few bonus 44s: Robert Newhouse Ken Hill, Sr 44
  19. 4 points
    Today is a bumper crop of Frog pros ... Ty Summers, 2019 Packers Josh Carraway, 2017-18 Titans ... ... and 2019 Rams I posted this picture 3 days ago for Justin Rowland's place in the countdown, but there was another Frog who got his NFL cup of coffee with this same team, Billy Gault ... second row, 3rd player from the right. Jim Shofner, 1958-63 Browns Lyle Blackwood, 1977-82 Colts What's another word for pirate treasure? John Booty, 1995 Buccaneers Tom Gramly, 1968 Indians Not to spoil anything, but in four days I will be posting a shittonne of Kurt Thomas pictures, but for one season, with the 2008 Sonics, he wore #44. Goo Kennedy, 1976 Utah Stars
  20. 4 points
    Justin Rogers may be a superstar, I hope so, but I'm not ready to proclaim him such when I haven't seen him play in a game. Especially since he hasn't played or practiced at full speed for almost two years. I don't think there's a snowball's chance in Hades that the NCAA will approve a transfer waiver for a player coming to TCU. We aren't Ohio State. And our coach has publicly criticized easy waivers. I think Mike Collins can do what we need him to do, that is hand off the ball, throw an accurate deep ball and throw to the right color jersey. Alex Delton is a talented runner who can take over when we are trying to kill clock and protect a lead. All with the caveat that, although my name isn't Jon Snow, I know nothing.
  21. 4 points
    A few memorable 45s: Sammy Baugh September 18, 2010: TCU 45, Baylor 10....and it wasn't even that close. We were up 35-3 at halftime, and the trash-talking Baylor fans in my section left at the end of the 1st quarter. Afterward, Baylor QB and Jar-Jar Binks lookalike contest winner Robert Griffin (THE THIRD!!!!! Please don't confuse him with his non-famous father or his non-famous grandfather) called the Frogs' win "a fluke" Silly SMU tried an onside kick and LaDarius Brown took it to the house for a very short 45-yard kickoff return for a TD in 2013. A few bonus 45s: V-E Day: May 8, 1945 V-J Day: August 15, 1945 A.C. Green The Dutch Oven, in his finest moment 45
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  23. 4 points
    I didn't see this posted; please forgive if I missed it. Our new scoreboard is slightly larger than Baylor's: https://www.frogsowar.com/2019/7/14/20693811/revivalry-is-alive-and-well-new-tcu-scoreboard-built-with-the-bears-in-mind-baylor-rhule-patterson The loge boxes, suites, and club seats being built on the stadium’s east side will be complemented by a new, improved scoreboard as well - one that will measure 108’4” wide and 48’6” high. That’s 5,500 square feet of Snackwards Cam, for those of you playing at home. While it was a foregone conclusion that the Horned Frogs would take this opportunity to upgrade a scoreboard that left something to be desired, the measurements were set with a very specific goal in mind: be bigger than the one at the school 90 miles down I-35. Baylor's video board measures in at a barely visible 107’ wide by 47’ high. The Bears’ McLane Stadium opened in 2014. Not to critique Ms. Triebwasser's math, but that puts us at a little over 5254 ft^2 compared to baptist's 5029, a little over 225 more square feet. Suck it, rapey bears!
  24. 4 points
    Big 12 Media Days is live on FS2 and the LHN. Les Miles is a terrible public speaker, but I bet Kansas is better this year than in prior years - apparently, they're going to pass a lot. Coach P is up next. He starts with the "Coach P" and "Gary" shtick and he's gonna focus on "winning" this year. He thanks Jerry Jones for hosting - it only took him 17 minutes to get to JerryWorld from campus and was able to have a staff meeting this morning. He blathers for awhile and whines about the injuries. We're older this year - he likes that - and he's "ready to go." He obfuscates about who will be the starting QB and talks about his golf game instead. He's got 6 candidates and they all "have a story" and a "chip on their shoulder." He talks about Alex Delton seeking us out and rolling his sleeves up. He talks about Mike and Justin. He says the Big 12 is getting "bigger" with much more focus on TE's. FS2 puts up a graphic saying he was the New Mexico "State" DC. He talks about the coaching history of innumerable Big12 coaches. He says TCU has a better reputation outside Texas than within it; which helps with recruiting. He's confident about his D although we're replacing NFL draftees. They need to "grow up" though. He wants to rush the passer without blitzing. He's furious with those who claim we're not a "big-time" program. He brags about the Carter and our facilities. He's appropriately obsequious to our Board, our Chancellor and that Donati guy. Our goal is to become a "blueblood" - he's furious with those who claim that we're not. He's concerned about our "mentality" and we need to grow up and have better chemistry - he's furious with those players who won't grow up and want to play but don't want to play well. That's about it - nothing on Sewo. He seems to be appropriately furious at this stage of the pre-season. Ross Blacklock does an interview - he says he's 100% and couldn't be more excited to play this year. Jalen Reagor does an interview - he likes to do things "fast" and can't imagine doing things slow. He wants to earn the Biletnikoff award. He doesn't pick a favorite QB.
  25. 4 points
    Our current 47: Carter Ware A few memorable 47s: Paul Dawson Chris Piland Matt Purke November 6, 2010: TCU takes down #6 Utah on the road, 47-7
  26. 4 points
    Weightlifting U? TCU A Pipeline For Top Tier Athletes
  27. 4 points
    -Lat Mayen is no longer on the roster -The Frogs will play Clemson in the MGM Tournament in Vegas on November 24th, then either Colorado or Wyoming in the final or 3rd place game on the 26th.
  28. 4 points
    1951 was a raunchy year... Size. Endurance. Appetite. Automated toys.
  29. 4 points
    Ben Banogu, 2019 Colts Roosevelt Collins, 1992 Dolphins Jonathan Anderson, 2018 Bears 1991-93 Phillies ... ... and the 1993-95 Padres Scott Atchison wore #52 for the 2007 Giants ... On a side note, while looking for pics of Roosevelt Collins, I discovered that he wore 56 for the 1994 Sacramento Gold Miners and the 1995 San Antonio Texans during the CFL's brief dalliance with America. So pretend these were posted 4 days ago:
  30. 4 points
    Our current 53: John Lanz A few memorable 53s: Max Eubank David Johnson ...and a few bonus 53s: Mark Stepnoski Dirk dropped 53 on the Rockets on December 2, 2004
  31. 4 points
    Our current 56: Austin Myers A few memorable 56s: Chris Bradley Tracy Simien Josh Carraway scored a touchdown on a 56-yard fumble recovery return against Baylor in 2015. Norman Hamilton was a 1st-team All American lineman in 1956 A few bonus 56s: Hollywood Henderson Sergei Zubov
  32. 4 points
    I had TCU at 175-1 odds ($100 to win $17,600) when we went from #3 to #6 after beating ISU by 52 points. I was ready to jump off a bridge that day. All season long I looked at that ticket and I thought for sure I had a shot after the Iowa St blow out. To this very day I call BULL SHIT!!!!
  33. 4 points
    A few memorable 57s: TCU beat Syracuse, 28-27, in the Cotton Bowl on January 1, 1957. John Ruthstrom Zarnell Fitch in his playing days Cory Grant Davion Pierson I think this photo is from the right game (vs. West Virginia in 2015), but not the exact play - when Jaden Oberkrom kicked a school record 57-yard field goal right before halftime TreVontae Hights scored on a 57-yard TD reception from Michael Collins in last year's season opener against Southern
  34. 4 points
    A few memorable 59s: Terrance Maiden Tayo Fabuluje TCU and Air Force played to a 0-0 tie in the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day, 1959
  35. 4 points
    Kyle Clifton, 1984-96 Jets David Hawthorne, 2008 Seahawks Tank Carder, 2013-18 Browns In his 5th and final appearance in the countdown, Stansly Maponga, Broncos, 2017-18 Jeff Zimmerman, 1999-2001 Rangers Bryan Holaday, 2016 Red Sox
  36. 4 points
    The Camster was victorious over Istomin 2, 4 and 4 this morning and has advanced to the Round of 64 where he will play Kei Nishikori (ATP#7). Cam got into a little controversy with a tweet about how the Wimbledon wild cards should be announced 6 weeks or so before the tourney rather than just a few days before - he's been the recipient of wild cards before and probably shouldn't have opined.
  37. 4 points
    I picked up my copy of Dave Campbell's Texas Football today. Some things of note: Best recruiting class of 2014 = TCU. The Frogs never win the recruiting ratings, but almost always are first in this magazine's review five years afterward. College coach most trusted by 252 Texas high school coaches = Gary Patterson. (Least trusted = Jimbo Fisher) Among 40 top coaches under 40 = Sonny Cumbie Best receiver in Texas = Jalen Reagor All-Texas first team offense = Reagor, Lucas Niang. Second team = Sewo Olonilua. Best defensive lineman in Texas = Ross Blacklock All Texas first team defense = Blacklock, Jeff Gladney. Second team = Corey Bethley, Garrett Wallow, Julius Lewis, Innis Gaines. 2018 class 4A player of the year = Daimarqua Foster. 3A player of the year = Darwin Barlow 2019 high school Super Team 1st team = James Sylvester. 3rd team = Tyler Bailey Pretty good write-up on the Frogs by Shehan Jeyarajah. Of course, it's DCTF, so there is no proofreading. The depth chart shows a third of our players as "6-2, 220, Fr"
  38. 4 points
    Wimbledon starts today and Cam Norrie (ATP #55) is scheduled to play Denis Istomin (ATP# 115), an Uzbek player of Russian descent, in the Round of 128 early tomorrow morning. Cam is also in the doubles draw - teaming with Jaume Munar, a Spaniard, he's scheduled to play Dominic Inglot and Austin Krajicek on Wednesday in the Round of 32. For fans that can't get in to see his match on the court, there's always Norrie Hill, which Wimbledon has set up for Cam's fans to watch on big screen TV.
  39. 4 points
    Our current 61: Wil Houston A few memorable 61s: Marcus Cannon David Bobo November 18, 1961: TCU 6, #1 Texas 0 KaVontae Turpin scored on a 61-yard TD reception from Boykin as a true freshman against SMU in 2015 A few bonus 61s: Nate Newton Bill Hicks was born December 16, 1961
  40. 4 points
    Marcus Cannon, 2011-present Patriots Michael Keathley, 2001-2003 Chargers Jared Retkofsky, 2008 Steelers
  41. 4 points
    There are two Frogs in this picture, the Hall-of-Famer in the middle and today's honoree, Guy Morriss, wearing 62 in his 1972 rookie season for the Eagles ...
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  45. 4 points
    I've been travelling and/or sick for a few days. Our current 65: Colson Altmann A few memorable 65s: Dick Lowe Brady Foltz The "Hurricane Game" against Stanford was a pretty memorable experience for any of the 10,000 or so of us that were actually in the stands that rainy, rainy day while the remnants of Hurricane Ike blew through Fort Worth. Despite the size, it was quite possibly the most vocal crowd I can remember at Amon G. this side of the 2009 Utah game. Anyway, it was GP's 65th win at TCU. Nick Browne, one of the last men's soccer players at TCU, also kicked 65 career field goals on the gridiron Baylor just could not handle Jalen Reagor on his 65-yard TD reception from The Muehl in last year's win in Pappadeauxville.
  46. 4 points
    In the biggest conference realignment move in the last few years, Connecticut is apparently leaving the AAC and returning to the Big East. The purported reason is because they disliked the new AAC TV deal because it eliminated their ability to sell their 3rd tier rights to SNY, which, for them, was a big deal because of the strength of their women's and men's basketball program (and instead relegated all of that to ESPN+). But it's also because their football program has been losing fans and money since they got relegated out of the P5 in the last conference realignment. The state built and owns a brand new football stadium, but it's 30 miles or so away from campus and because they've been horrible the past few years, the students don't go to the games (against AAC teams they don't really know) and they've been losing money hand over fist. Going back to the Big East means that their basketball (and other sports) will be back in a league that they know (Georgetown, St. Johns, Providence, Seton Hall etc...) - football apparently will stay in the AAC for 1 year and then either go indy, be moved back down to FCS or join the MAC or C-USA (doubtful). Money-wise, they'll lose the reported $7 million per year that the AAC just negotiated, but they'll have the Big East's Fox deal ($3-4 million) plus whatever they will get for their 3rd tier stuff. When they left the Big East with the other football members, they lost the Big East name, but got to keep the exit fees from all the other departing schools (including TCU) - now that that's all been received and amortized, there is no remaining value there. Back when TCU was in the wilderness, I resented the fact that UConn could start a FBS program and immediately move into the BCS ranks without any years of dues-paying while TCU had spent over 100 years in the top level and then be relegated out of it. But now, I kind of feel sorry for them - their closeness to Storrs and ESPN didn't really pay off for them as they had hoped and expected. As a Hoya fan, I'm happy to have them back in the Big East. This is kind of a prestige blow to the AAC which has been pushing the "P6" argument - losing their only flagship state school and arguably most recognizable name (because of their nattys in basketball) surely won't help. UConn has been to a BCS/NY6 bowl and now they're dying (or at least being relegated severely).
  47. 4 points
    The Camster beat Chardy early this morning 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) at Eastbourne and will now play friend and fellow Brit Kyle Edmond (ATP#31) in the quarters. Cam is #49 and this is a battle between the U.K.'s #1 and #2 players. Cam's doubles match starts shortly - he and Londero and playing Mclachlan and Nielson. Widow lost 3 and 1 to Nicolas Mejia in singles at Cancun but he's still alive in doubles. Jerry Lopez will be playing Joshua Ortlip later today or tomorrow (he's won something like 11 matches in a row); Nick Chappell will play Luiz Enrique Mancilla de la Cruz later today and is also still alive in doubles with Jerry. Cam and Londero lost in doubles 3-6, 7-6, 5-10.
  48. 4 points
    Melissa at Frogs O'War has a good rundown on who is transferring out and a list of the known new additions for the 2020 baseball team. Lots of changes, lots of positions up for grabs this fall. https://www.frogsowar.com/2019/6/24/18714725/monday-morning-manager-tcu-baseball-roster-taking-shape-after-more-transfers
  49. 4 points
    If Vanderbilt wins, we can say TCU beat the national champions. But, if Michigan wins, the SEC loses. I'm resolved to be happy either way.
  50. 4 points
    Our current 70: Cordel Iwuagwu A few memorable 70s: Marshall Newhouse J.T. Aughinbaugh Darius Anderson broke out with a 70-yard TD against Texas in Austin as a freshman in 2016 Deante Gray broke out with a 70-yard punt return touchdown on his first career touch in the 2012 season opener against Grambling ...and a few bonus 70s: Rayfield Wright Dennis Rodman, during his short stint playing for his hometown team The astronauts of Apollo 13 safely splashed down in the Pacific on April 17, 1970 ABC's Monday Night Football debuted September 21, 1970
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