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Lyle Lanley II

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  1. Wyatt Harris (at 6-3, 218) and sophomore walk-on Connor Koch (at 6-3, 220) are now listed as DEs after having previously been listed as LBs.
  2. Our current 26: Vernon Scott A few memorable 26s: Derrick Kindred Marvin White Mike Renfro Keaton Jones Sean Wymer A few bonus 26s: Kevin Smith Johnny Oates Jere Lehtinen 26
  3. -Arrieta gave up 1 run and struck out 5 in 4 IP against the Giants on Thursday. He took a no decision to remain 8-8 and shaved his ERA down to 4.44. Next scheduled start is Tuesday in Phoenix. -Cashner gave up 6 runs against Tampa Bay on Thursday, taking his 3rd L in 4 starts since being traded to the Red Sox. He's now 10-6 on the year with the same 4.44 ERA as Arrieta. His next scheduled start is Tuesday against the Royals. -Carpenter remains on the DL, he hasn't played since July 15th. -Young tallied 9 K's and only gave up 3 hits & 2 runs in 6.2 IP against the Nationals on Saturday, but got no run support and took his first L in the Big Leagues - but he also picked up his first Big League base hit. He's now 4-1 with a 2.60 ERA. Next scheduled start is Friday night at Dodger Stadium. -Holaday's 10-game hit streak finally came to an end on July 29th, but he started a new one by tallying a hit against the Twins on Thursday. He's now hitting .290 for the year with 2 HR and 7 RBI. -Alexander got beat up by the Rangers out at The Temple on Friday, dropping to 0-2 and expanding his ERA to 4.50. Next scheduled start is Wednesday afternoon at home against the White Sox.
  4. New commit over the weekend: Jimmy Holiday, a 6'0" 185lb athlete from Madison, Mississippi. Three-star recruit, has offers from Kansas & Air Force. Looks like he's a high school QB that'll be converted to either WR or DB.
  5. Our current 27: Ar'Darius Washington A few memorable 27s: Jason Teague Tony Jeffery Nobel Atkins Cubby Hudler Jordan Kipper The 2007 season opener was Andy Dalton's Horned Frog debut. His first victory at TCU, as a redshirt freshman, was a 27-0 win over Baylor. A few bonus 27s: Super Bowl XXVII Vladdy 27
  6. -Matthew Baldwin has been assigned #18 -Griffin Kell has been assigned #39 -Christian Williams is no longer on the roster -Trevon Moehrig has switched from #17 to #7 -Dee Winters has switched from #7 to #13, and is now listed as a linebacker
  7. Our current 29: Thomas Armstrong A few memorable 29s: Stephen Hodge Matthew Tucker Josh Doctson caught a school-record 29 touchdown passes Brandon FInnegan Aaron Schultz celebrating his go-ahead HR in Game 3 of the 2010 Super Regional in Austin. A few bonus 29s: Adrian Beltre DeMarco Murray Rusty Greer 29
  8. Our current 30: Garrett Wallow A few memorable 30s: Lonta Hobbs Denzel Johnson Aundre Dean Don Looney A few bonus 30s: TCU's own Larry Brown, Super Bowl XXX MVP Dan Reeves Neftali Feliz after A-Rod went down LOOKIN' Ben Bishop 30
  9. Our current 32: Ochaun Mathis A few memorable 32s: Travin Howard Corey Connally Joseph Phipps Clyde Flowers Carven Holcombe Karviar Shepherd A few bonus 32s: Walt Garrison Jamal Mashburn Brandon Bass Hambone Monty in his playing days 32
  10. Oh man, that game. We seemed to have control of it, then their PG hit like 18 threes in the final five minutes and we lost. Also, their fans were VERY displeased with me bringing up the fact that they had been caught cheating.
  11. Our current 33: Sewo Olonilua A few memorable 33s: Robert Merrill Jaden Oberkrom Marquise Gainous Chris Washburn TCU went into Norman and stunned OU in the 2005 season opener - it was GP's 33rd victory at TCU. And oh my what a road trip for ol' Lyle... A few bonus 33s: Duane Thomas Tony Dorsett Frank Howard Cliff Lee Brendan Haywood 33
  12. True -. but weren't most of the "skip" years in basketball due to either our or their home arena being unavailable? My thought was, as the days go by without the football series being extended beyond this year, their unexpected absence from our basketball schedule may be an ominous sign for the ol' Battle for the Iron Skillet.
  13. Our current 34: Zach Marcheselli A few memorable 34s: Ed Wesley Ricky Madison Keith Flowers Bingo Merriex Kenny Hustle Jake Arrieta A few bonus 34s: Nolan. Herschel Walker 34
  14. A few memorable 36s: Kenneth Davis Deryck Gildon. Man, what coulda been if he'd been able to make his grades... January 1, 1936: TCU beat LSU in the Sugar Bowl by the score of 3-2 A few bonus 36s: Bobby Witt Haha, only if she's 5'3" 36
  15. I thought the same thing. During Patterson's time, we've seen two corresponding trends in jersey number assignments: -Players care more about their jersey numbers now, and fads (such as the non-traditional one you noticed) have emerged. I'm not sure what's better about a number in the 30s or 40s for a D-Linemen, but I'm also fairly removed from the culture of teenagers these days. Heck, I wore #80 playing WR in high school back when that was one of the most sought-after numbers at the position. I'm no 49ers fan, but wearing Jerry Rice's number was pretty cool to me at the time. -More conservative coaches like GP have relented on things like doubling up on numbers (even though it literally cost us a game in 2013) and non-traditional numbers.
  16. The new roster is up! LINK Numbers assigned for guys who enrolled this summer: #1 - Trevius Hodges Tomlinson #2 - Kee'yon Stewart #7 - Dee Winters (listed as a DB...there'd been some talk of him playing LB) #10 - Deshawn McCuin #15 - Josh Foster #19 - Dylan Jordan #21 - Daimarqua Foster #22 - Blair Conwright #23 - Tony Wallace #24 - Darwin Barlow #25 - Wyatt Harris #29 - Thomas Armstrong #31 - Karter Johnson #34 - Zach Marcheselli #42 - Earl Barquet #44 - Colt Ellison #74 - Andrew Coker Matthew Baldwin not yet listed. Also...Donavann Collins, who'd been wearing #19 after enrolling in the spring, has switched to #3
  17. Just heard that the new east side suites are not opening at all this season.
  18. Our current 37: Cole Bunce A few memorable 37s: Kelvin Newton Jason Illian The very first Cotton Bowl game was played January 1, 1937. TCU beat Marquette, 16-6. This is the only photo I could find from TCU's 37-0 win over New Mexico in November of '07 A few bonus 37s: James Washington Kenny Rogers 37
  19. A few memorable 38s: George Layne Tommy Joe Crutcher Buddy Dike Jason Coats 1938 Heisman Trophy winner, Davey O'Brien A few bonus 38s: The old school brutha 38
  20. No, the full update hasn't dropped yet - but it should be any day now. Per Mark Cohen on twitter, jersey number assignments for newcomers are still being finalized. He did say, though, that Darwin Barlow will be wearing #24.
  21. Yep! It mostly recaps the things we already know about - the status of TCU in the WAC/CUSA/MWC, the hiring of Del Conte, the Dixon-aided Big East invite, the Hail Mary trip by Del Conte to go talk to Dodds in Austin. It does mention, briefly, TCU's watching of the almost Big 12/Pac 12 merger and their hopes to bring the Big 12 leftovers (Baylor, KU, K-State & Iowa State) into the fold (doesn't mention if that would've been in the Big East, necessarily. It also mentions Boschini getting "the call" from Chuck Neinas and abruptly walking out of a meeting (doesn't mention with whom) that he was having at Panera. Then it also discusses the difference in TV revenue - about $1 million the last year in the MWC vs. nearly $40 million this year!
  22. Jake Guenther hit his first professional home run last night. Through 13 total games for Rookie Advanced Princeton (Rays), he's hitting .319 with the 1 HR, 6 RBI and an .801 OPS.
  23. A few memorable 39s: Jason Phillips Jason Goss L.D. Meyer I'm not 100% sure this is from the same game, but TCU beat Carnegie Tech, 15-7, in the Sugar Bowl on January 2, 1939 Ki Aldrich, TCU center fresh off helping lead the Frogs to a national title, was the #1 overall pick in the 1939 NFL Draft by the Chicago Cardinals. Davey O'Brien then went #4 to the Eagles and I.B. Hale went #8 to Washington. A few bonus 39s: Scooter Feldman 39
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