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  1. https://sports.yahoo.com/former-texas-running-back-cedric-151513845.html
  2. Army football looks to keep the good times rollingAugust 16, 2019 By The Associated Press http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/story.cfm/story/1978334
  3. Vi a TCU perder ante UNT, Rice y UTA en los años 70 I saw TCU lose to UNT, Rice and UTA in the 70's http://www.jhowell.net/cf/scores/TexasChristian.htm
  4. ODDS TO MAKE THE 2019-20 COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF. August 13th, 2019 by Philsteele.com https://philsteele.com/2019/08/13/odds-to-make-the-2019-20-college-football-playoff/
  5. Fixed Frogs: Reagor, TCU healthy after impressive recoveryAugust 12, 2019 By The Associated Press http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/story.cfm/story/1977933
  6. Esto tiene tres días This is three days old Fixed Frogs: Reagor, TCU healthy after impressive recoveryAugust 12, 2019 By The Associated Press FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) When TCU won its final two games to get bowl eligible last year, Jalen Reagor extended his record touchdown receiving streak while also running for a score in each game.Reagor, who also took some snaps while lining up in different spots, wasn't even at full strength because of a nagging ankle injury.''He was hurt. The last four games, he played about 70 or 80 percent,'' coach Gary Patterson said. ''I don't think people even know how fast Jalen Reagor is.''Unlike many others, Reagor was able to stay on the field and contribute in a huge way. Patterson said about two dozen Frogs suffered season-ending injuries and many others missed multiple games.Through all of that, and after a 3-5 start, the Frogs won three of four to get to the Cheez-It Bowl, then had another winning season after an overtime victory over California.''That was big for us ... know that we almost hit rock bottom, and we still rose to the occasion,'' linebacker Garret Wallow said.While Reagor was then among several starters who missed at least part of spring practice, he is back healthy. So are key defenders like veteran safety Innis Gaines, who played only a half season before a knee injury, and tackle Ross Blacklock, who tore an Achilles tendon in a non-contact drill last preseason.''Probably the worst pain I've felt in my life, traumatizing actually,'' Blacklock said.Reagor had TD catches in seven consecutive games during a 1,000-yard receiving season. He accounted for 30% of TCU's receptions (72 of 239), the best in the Big 12 and highest under Patterson, who is going into his 19th season. The Frogs could use more of the same from the son of a former NFL defensive tackle.''I don't look at it as pressure,'' Reagor said. ''I feel like I'm supposed to be here.''TCU opens the season at home Aug. 31 against Arkansas-Pine Bluff, then has an open date before going to Purdue.LOT OF QB OPTIONSAlex Delton is the most experienced TCU quarterback, through the graduate transfer's six starts came the past two seasons at Kansas State. Mike Collins, the former Penn transfer, started four games last year as a sophomore before a right ankle injury late in the season. There are also two highly touted freshmen: dual-threat QB Justin Rogers got one series in the bowl game, and Max Duggan was an early enrollee who took part in spring practice. The NCAA denied Texas native and Ohio State transfer Matthew Baldwin from being eligible to play immediately this season.FACING DISCIPLINERunning back Sewo Olonilua, who set a school bowl record with 194 yards rushing in the Cheez-It Bowl, was arrested in May on possible drug charges. Preseason practice started with the case still pending in Walker County. Patterson said Olonilua would practice and that there would be discipline from the TCU ''no matter how his deal turns out.''The kid graduated in four years, he's been good here. Screwed up,'' the coach said. ''Always a price one way or another that has to be paid.''END INTO FULL SEASONTCU limited defensive end Ochaun Mathis to four games last season so the freshman could keep that year of eligibility. The 6-foot-5, 235-pound Mathis now gets a chance to have a big impact. LJ Collier and Ben Banogu, last year's starting ends, went in the first two rounds of the NFL draft.NOT WHAT YOU THINKThe team motto ''Earn the Chip'' has nothing to do with the Frogs having a chip on their shoulder.''Earn the right to wear purple and the black,'' Patterson clarified, saying that about 700 players have been through the program since he arrived as defensive coordinator 22 years ago. Former Frogs like Pro Football Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson are in their 40s. Clips of former players and standout moments have been featured this preseason to show ''what it means to play and be at TCU.'' http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/story.cfm/story/1977933
  7. If you're ever in town and I'm not using my 4 tickets you're welcome to them 🙂
  8. I find Texas Tech at 6-1 most interesting. The band wagon may have some empty seats to start the year
  9. Odds to make 2020 Final Four August 6, 2019 By VI News The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook released its odds on which schools will make the Final Four in 2020. Selection Sunday will be on March 15, 2020 and the Final Four will take place on Saturday April 4, 2020. The 2020 tournament will be played at Mercendes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Odds To Make the 2019-20 College Basketball Final 4 Michigan State Spartans 3/2 Virginia Cavaliers 5/4 Kentucky Wildcats 7/4 Duke Blue Devils 2/1 Kansas Jayhawks 2/1 North Carolina Tar Heels 7/2 Memphis Tigers 7/2 Louisville Cardinals 4/1 Villanova Wildcats 5/1 Florida Gators 5/1 Gonzaga Bulldogs 6/1 Texas Tech Red Raiders 6/1 Arizona Wildcats 15/2 Maryland Terrapins 15/2 Oregon Ducks 10/1 LSU Tigers 10/1 Baylor Bears 10/1 Ohio State Buckeyes 12/1 Seton Hall Pirates 12/1 Tennessee Volunteers 15/1 Auburn Tigers 15/1 Florida State Seminoles 15/1 Houston Cougars 15/1 Purdue Boilermakers 15/1 Xavier Musketeers 15/1 Michigan Wolverines 20/1 Mississippi State Bulldogs 20/1 Washington Huskies 20/1 Texas Longhorns 25/1 Marquette Golden Eagles 25/1 Cincinnati Bearcats 25/1 Iowa Hawkeyes 25/1 Iowa State Cyclones 25/1 Syracuse Orange 25/1 Creighton Bluejays 25/1 Arizona State Sun Devils 25/1 Georgia Bulldogs 25/1 Illinois Fighting Illini 25/1 UCLA Bruins 25/1 USC Trojans 25/1 Utah State Aggies 25/1 VCU Rams 25/1 West Virginia Mountaineers 25/1 Wisconsin Badgers 25/1 Alabama Crimson Tide 50/1 Colorado Buffaloes 50/1 Indiana Hoosiers 50/1 Minnesota Golden Gophers 50/1 NC State Wolfpack 50/1 Oklahoma Sooners 50/1 Ole Miss Rebels 50/1 U Conn Huskies 50/1 Missouri Tigers 75/1 Penn State Nittany Lions 75/1 Butler Bulldogs 75/1 Georgetown Hoyas 75/1 Kansas State Wildcats 75/1 Nebraska Cornhuskers 75/1 New Mexico State Aggies 75/1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 75/1 Oklahoma State Cowboys 75/1 Oregon State Beavers 75/1 Saint Mary's Gaels 75/1 Wichita State Shockers 75/1 Davidson Wildcats 75/1 Texas A&M Aggies 125/1 Arkansas Razorbacks 125/1 Miami, Fl. Hurricanes 125/1 Missouri State Bears 125/1 Providence Friars 125/1 St Louis Billikens 125/1 TCU Horned Frogs 125/1 Utah Utes 125/1 Virginia Tech Hokies 125/1 Boise State Broncos 125/1 UC Irvine Anteaters 125/1 Northwestern Wildcats 125/1 Pittsburgh Panthers 125/1 Rutgers Scarlet Knights 125/1 San Diego State Aztecs 125/1 SMU Mustangs 125/1 South Carolina Gamecocks 125/1 St Bonaventure Bonnies 125/1 Stanford Cardinal 125/1 Temple Owls 125/1 Vanderbilt Commodores 125/1 Harvard Crimson 125/1 South Florida Bulls 125/1 St. John's Red Storm 250/1 Nevada Wolfpack 250/1 New Mexico Lobos 250/1 Belmont Bruins 250/1 Buffalo Bulls 250/1 BYU Cougars 250/1 California Golden Bears 250/1 Central Florida Golden Knights 250/1 Charleston Cougars 250/1 Clemson Tigers 250/1 Dayton Flyers 250/1 Depaul Blue Demons 250/1 Fresno State Bulldogs 250/1 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 250/1 Grand Canyon Antelopes 250/1 Liberty Flames 250/1 Lipscomb Bisons 250/1 Loyola Chicago Ramblers 250/1 Northern Iowa Panthers 250/1 Old Dominion Monarchs 250/1 Pennsylvania Quakers 250/1 UNLV Runnin' Rebels 250/1 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers 250/1 Yale Bulldogs 250/1 Vermont Catamounts 250/1 Rhode Island Rams 500/1 San Francisco Dons 500/1 Wake Forest Demon Deacons 500/1 Washington State Cougars 500/1 Austin Peay Governors 500/1 Ball State Cardinals 500/1 Boston College Eagles 500/1 Bowling Green Falcons 500/1 Bradley Braves 500/1 Central Michigan Chippewas 500/1 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 500/1 Colorado State Rams 500/1 CS Fullerton Titans 500/1 Drake Bulldogs 500/1 Duquesne Dukes 500/1 East Tennessee State Buccaneers 500/1 Florida Atlantic Owls 500/1 Florida Int'l Panthers 500/1 Furman Paladins 500/1 George Mason Patriots 500/1 Georgia Southern Eagles 500/1 Georgia State Panthers 500/1 Hawaii Rainbow Warriors 500/1 Hofstra The Pride 500/1 Iona Gaels 500/1 Jacksonville State Gamecocks 500/1 Kent State Golden Flashes 500/1 La Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns 500/1 La Monroe Warhawks 500/1 La Salle Explorers 500/1 Long Beach State 49ers 500/1 Loyola Marymount Lions 500/1 Marshall Thundering Herd 500/1 Montana Grizzlies 500/1 Murray State Racers 500/1 NC Greensboro Spartans 500/1 North Texas Mean Green 500/1 Northeastern Huskies 500/1 Northern Kentucky Norse 500/1 Oakland Golden Grizzlies 500/1 Princeton Tigers 500/1 Richmond Spiders 500/1 San Diego Toreros 500/1 South Alabama Jaguars 500/1 South Dakota State Jackrabbits 500/1 Southern Miss Golden Eagles 500/1 St. Joseph's Hawks 500/1 Texas State Bobcats 500/1 Toledo Rockets 500/1 Tulsa Golden Hurricane 500/1 UAB Blazers 500/1 UCSB Gauchos 500/1 Texas Arlington Mavericks 500/1 UTSA Roadrunners 500/1 Wofford Terriers 500/1 Wright State Raiders 500/1 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs 500/1 Utah Valley Wolverines 1250/1 UTEP Miners 1250/1 Valparaiso Crusaders 1250/1 William & Mary Tribe 1250/1
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