No. 14 Horned Frogs lose freshman forward Mayen to meniscus injury

TCU freshman Lat Mayen suffered a meniscus injury last week and will miss two to three months of practice, coach Jamie Dixon said Thursday. The 6-foot-8 forward from Adelaide, Australia, was on track to redshirt this season. But without him, the Frogs are down a player in practice, and he loses development time, Dixon said. […]

Dixon on hoops needs: ‘Whatever we need, we’re going to get’

TCU remains in the early stages of a renaissance in basketball, learning the ways of a big-time program. But the Horned Frogs lured Jamie Dixon from Pittsburgh with the promise of an emphasis on the sport, and he believes he and the Frogs will get what they need when they need it. “As far as […]

The Enemy’s Enemy: A Q&A about Stanford with Oregon’s Addicted to Quack

As we do every bowl season, we’re reaching out to other SB Nation blogs that play TCU’s bowl opponent on a regular basis to get some “enemy’s enemies” perspective. Since TCU is playing Stanford, we reached out to Oregon’s SB Nation site, Addicted to Quack, to ask them a few questions. A big thanks to […]

TCU News: Frogs that exceeded expectations, Donati wants to pick up where CDC left off

Football: It may be an off-the-radar game, but TCU has a lot to gain from Alamo Bowl | The Star-Telegram I disagree with the notion that this isn’t a big game – TCU is playing a top 15 program at the Big 12’s highest rated non-NY6 bowl. It matters. Carlos has some good thoughts on […]

Looking for that first Jeremiah Donati tweet as TCU AD? It’s coming

Is there a Jeremiah Donati tweet out yet? Don’t worry, it’s coming. The new TCU athletic director promises. “I get asked that all the time — what am I going to do about Twitter?” he said Monday after being introduced at a press conference. It’s a natural question. His predecessor, Chris Del Conte, masterfully engaged […]

Ten takeaways from TCU Basketball’s 10-0 start

It’s safe to say we all expected TCU basketball to build on its NIT Championship from a season ago. With the top six scorers all returning, the addition of transfers like Kouat Noi, Ahmed Hamdy, and Shawn Olden to active duty, and the No. 3 recruiting class in the Big 12 for 2017, hope and […]

Frogs O’ War Pod Mailbag: GET DEM QUESTIONS IN

Hey there, good, faithful Frogs O’ War reader. How are you on this fine humpday? Good? Great! Just popping in to see if you’d like to ask Melissa and Jamie a few questions for the podcast tonight. It’s recording at 8pm at University Pub. Leave a question in the comments below, and we’ll get them […]

TCU News: Donati makes good first impression, Football’s four star flip raises 2018 grade

Athletics: New TCU athletic director follows Del Conte’s service-first script | The Star-Telegram Donati has said all the right things in the early days of his tenure. I think this is going to be a home run hire. “All of a sudden the pressure to finish that stadium is 100 percent on my shoulders, whereas […]

Flip of four-star RB keeps TCU on track for its best recruiting class ever

TCU remains on track for its highest-rated recruiting class ever in football thanks to the flip of a four-star running back on Monday, making up for the downgrade to four stars of quarterback Justin Rogers. Fabian Franklin of Hattiesburg, Miss., switched his commitment from Mississippi State to TCU, giving the Horned Frogs a fifth four-star […]

TCU AD clear on new relationship with Patterson, Dixon, Schlossnagle

By longevity and reputation, collectively and individually, the three most powerful coaches at TCU — Gary Patterson, Jamie Dixon and Jim Schlossnagle — carry more weight than their new athletic director, Jeremiah Donati. He can live with that. Donati said Monday after his introductory press conference that he needs to learn as much as possible […]

Luken Baker, Sean Wymer named to Top 100 Collegiate Prospects list

Two Horned Frogs have been named to the Baseball America Top 100 prospects list, as first baseman Luken Baker and pitcher Sean Wymer made the cut in Tuesday’s reveal. Baker, who was injured against Oklahoma in May of his sophomore season, causing him to miss the Frogs’ run to a fourth consecutive College World Series, […]