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  1. 247 is reporting that freshman RB Dominic Richardson will not enroll at TCU. With the additions of Evans and Jackson, I believe this puts us at the 85 scholarship limit. https://247sports.com/college/tcu/Article/Dominic-Richardson-will-not-play-for-Frogs-147539196/
  2. College Football News preview for TCU. Better than most of these things from national reporters who don't pay much attention to the Frogs. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaafb/college-football-news-preview-2020-tcu-horned-frogs/ar-BB14B3JE
  3. If it was my call, I'd want to be sure none of those rich donors got sick.
  4. RIP Eddie Sutton https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/eddie-sutton-legendary-oklahoma-state-basketball-coach-dies-at-84/ar-BB14vARh
  5. PAC-12 commissioner says he thinks players can start workouts in July and start the season on schedule. Don't know if the Berkeley government will go along with that.
  6. I expect they will let the suite owners attend, with some precautions. They could open the lower west side, since there is usually at least six feet between fans there anyway.😉
  7. Startlegram has an article about restaurants killed by the virus. Fred's and Greenwood's gone from Bluebonnet Circle. https://www.star-telegram.com/entertainment/restaurants/burgers/article242873851.html
  8. Good analysis and he makes some good points. I believe with better offensive line play everything else will fall in place. That starts with recruiting, where the OL has been consistently starved. It also includes getting blocking angles to create holes. Too many times TCU backs are faced with a solid wall of linemen, perhaps moving laterally but forming an obstacle instead of moving the defense.
  9. The addition of Evans and Jackson puts us one over the scholarship limit, at least as far as what has been publicly disclosed. Likely a transfer (or maybe a few) we don't know about yet. Evans the first five star TCU has ever signed, but I'm still one to say starsies don't matter. I trust GP and staff have thoroughly researched his Frog Factor and are satisfied. We are really loaded at running back now. I hope we have someone who can give them some holes to run through.
  10. I was hoping for a receiver, but Jackson will help the pass rush.
  11. Backup long snapper Donovan Cahill has transferred to Boston College https://www.si.com/college/bostoncollege/football/boston-college-adds-tcu-long-snapper-donovan-cahill
  12. NCAA lays out guidelines for resuming athletics. Three phases, each being effective for two weeks before going to the next. Looks like a very local/regional approach, could lead to some games having to change location to be played. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/ncaa-lays-out-plan-for-return-of-sports/ar-BB13BcFT
  13. Looking, and perhaps stretching a bit, to find reasons for optimism: https://www.dallasnews.com/sports/tcu-horned-frogs/2020/05/05/five-reasons-for-tcu-football-fans-to-be-optimistic-in-2020/
  14. Some comments from Jerry Kill: https://www.dallasnews.com/sports/tcu-horned-frogs/2020/05/04/known-as-the-fix-it-guy-new-assistant-coach-jerry-kill-aims-to-help-longtime-friend-gary-patterson-get-tcu-back-on-track/
  15. Andy officially released by the Bengals. Now available for Dallas to pickup. If the Cowboys want a player without an arrest record or drug suspensions.
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