Posts Tagged ‘tcu’

Internet Mocks Blind Student At TCU-Boise Game

Jeff Prince
It all started so innocently. Well, not really innocently. Mocking people on YouTube is more mean-spirited fun than innocence, but let’s not get hung up on semantics here, folks. The point is, somebody got a big laugh out of ...

Texas Creamed Unmercifully: TCU Falls To Boise State

Jeff Prince
It’s hard to say whether the TCU offense had an off night or if they just couldn’t compete with Boise State’s defense. Either way, Horned Frog quarterback Andy Dalton and his receiver corps couldn’t get it together and ...

You Want Fair?

Texas Christian University’s football program has achieved remarkable success in recent years. The Horned Frogs finished this year ranked fourth in the country – quite an accomplishment for a relatively small privat...

TCU Coach Patterson Named AP Coach of the Year

It seems TCU is finally getting a little national respect. Today, head football coach Gary Patterson was named AP coach of the year. Brian Kelly, who recently abandoned his Cincinnati Bearcats for Notre Dame, came in second. I ...

TCU Prof Lemon in Esquire

Anthony Mariani
KERA’s Art & Seek blog has noticed that this month’s Esquire magazine features an excerpt from a forthcoming memoir by a Fort Worth poet. TCU lit prof Alex Lemon’s Happy (Scribner) is about his salad days as a booze-f...

No Scrooges Here

So, Thanksgiving came and went and nobody at Static’s house burned the rolls or even complained about the food. The Horned Frog football team is kicking butts nationally. Public transportation is getting attention in Fort...

The Frogs Rise Again

It was Jan. 2, 1939, and the Texas Christian University football team was behind at halftime, trailing Carnegie Tech 7-6 in the Sugar Bowl. The Horned Frogs were unbeaten that season, but now they needed some magic. And when th...

Night and Day

Kristian Lin
WED ? 18 With Rick Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison set to drain each other of resources in the Republican primary, might there be room for a Democratic candidate to sneak into the governor’s chair? We don’t know, but...

The Times Remembers Don Ivan Punchatz

Anthony Mariani
In today’s New York Times is a kind obit of Don Ivan Punchatz, the TCU prof and Arlington resident whose illustrations for sci-fi and horror paperbacks, consumer magazines (including National Lampoon in its halcyon days, Roll...

TCU Player Featured in New York Times

Anthony Mariani
Here’s a relatively small, glowing NYT profile about TCU defensive end Jerry Hughes. The 6-foot-3-inch 257-lbs. senior is projected to be a first-round draft pick next year. Go, Frogs.