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Frogs O’ War Podcast: Week 1 reactions & week 2 predictions

Back again with another episode of the Frogs O’ War Podcast! This time, Anthony and Ryan break down all the good and bad from the Frogs’ week 1 victory in Boulder as well as look ahead to next week. The Big 12 has plenty of action this weekend as well as a few key matchups around the country to discuss. To hear our full predictions for the Frogs’ home opener against Tarleton State, tune in below:

TCU 38, Colorado 13: A Late-Night W In Boulder

It was a tale of two halves in Boulder tonight as an explosive second half propelled the Horned Frogs to their first win in the Sonny Dykes era. The first half wasn’t exactly what you’d want to see to open the 2022 season. The Frogs’ put up only 62 yards of total offense and a whopping 0 points, but thanks to a 60-yard Derius Davis punt return they maintained a small lead heading into the break. Maybe a 45-minute lightning delay played a part in the slow start, or maybe it was just early seaso

Game Thread: TCU Football at Colorado

TCU Football opens the 2022 season with a business trip to Boulder to take on the Colorado Buffaloes. This is it. This is the moment we’ve been waiting for all offseason. A new era of TCU Football is finally upon us, and tonight Horned Frog fans get a first taste of what they can expect to see for years to come under a new coaching regime. After a season-long quarterback battle, Chandler Morris is set to start under center. Although the Oklahoma transfer earned the starting nod tonight, no one

Frogs O’ War Podcast: Week 1 Is Finally Here

On this week’s episode of the Frogs O’ War podcast, Anthony and Ryan cover a wide variety of TCU sports topics. Ranging from TCU Soccer’s hot start to a position-by-position breakdown of the official week 1 TCU Football depth chart, this episode is packed! Aside from the Frogs, Anthony and Ryan also discuss some of the premier games happening elsewhere in the Big 12 as well as around the country. Tune in to hear full predictions for the Frogs’ season opener against Colorado!

TCU Soccer 7, Santa Clara 0: Domination at Garvey-Rosenthal

A pair of Horned Frogs scored their first collegiate goals tonight as Gracie Brian’s brace led TCU Soccer past the Santa Clara Broncos 7-0. Kennedy Clountz and Remini Tillotson notched their first career goals in the purple and white to close out what felt like a monsoon of offense by the Frogs. Before I dive into the actual game breakdown, I just want to point out that Santa Clara was a FINAL FOUR team just last season. The Broncos were also ranked no. 5 in the preseason polls, but after goin

TCU Soccer 2, Minnesota 1: Last-minute heroics secure first W

After a hard-fought battle trailing 1-0 through 84 minutes, TCU Soccer scored two goals within 93 seconds to secure the first win of the season against Minnesota. Freshmen forward Seven Castain and graduate transfer Megan Reilly saved the day with a couple of heroic shots to notch their first career goals in the purple and white. Despite falling behind after a 48th-minute goal from Minnesota’s McKenna Buisman, the Frogs were on the front foot for the majority of the game. TCU outshot the Gophe

Opponent Preview Series: Kansas Jayhawks

Our opponent preview series continues into week 6 where the Frogs will take on the Kansas Jayhawks in Lawrence. Since joining the Big 12, the Frogs are 9-1 against the birds with the one blemish occurring on the road in 2018. With a tough round 1 of Big 12 play against Oklahoma, this is a matchup coach Sonny Dyles and co. will want to lock down. The Jayhawks have seemed to built a fair level of hype heading into the 2022 season. Whether or not this newfound public affection is thanks to last ye

TCU Athletics 2021/2022 Recap: Rifle

Next up on our 2021/2022 athletics year in review series, we’ve got the reigning national champions: TCU Rifle. You may have seen a joke here and there on the Twittersphere referring to TCU as a “Rifle school,” but the fact of the matter is those aren’t jokes folks. This Rifle program is pretty darn good. The Horned Frogs’ rifle squad, led by head coach Karen Munoz, has amassed three team national championships, four individual championships, and 123 All-American shooters. All this to combine

Frogs O’ War Podcast: 2021/2022 Athletics year in review

Back at ya with another episode of the FOW Podcast! This week, Anthony and Ryan go through just about every sport on campus, breaking down the high and lows from each team’s most recent season as well as a slight outlook ahead to 2022/2023. Of course, there are a few quick news hits mixed in there as well, but stay tuned for next week’s episode as we’ll be continuing this “year in review” with some superlative awards for the Horned Frog athletes. Tune in below or wherever you prefer to listen

Former Frog KaVontae Turpin wins USFL MVP

Former standout wide receiver for TCU Football, KaVontae Turpin, just became the first USFL MVP since Herschel Walker received the award in 1985. “Turpin Time” finished the 10-game season leading the league in receiving yards (540) and yards after catch (316) despite catching 35 balls less than USFL receptions leader Lance Lenoir (88). He also racked up 129 rushing yards and 6 all-purpose touchdowns. Turp’s ridiculous production rate on offense as well as some flashy plays on kick/punt returns

Frogs O’ War Podcast: TCU News & Super Regional Recap

On this week’s episode of the Frogs O’ War podcast, Anthony and Ryan cover some quick news hits on a wide variety of sports topics. The Big 12 expanding to 16 teams for the year 2023, Du Mapaya etching his name amongst horned frog legends, and even a look into basketball’s Emerald Coast Class first-round matchup; we’ve got you covered! Aside from news and TCU sports updates, the guys go through last week’s Super Regional predictions to see how their predictions faired. Click the play button be

TCU Athletics 2021/2022 Recap: Soccer

With the baseball season coming to an end and the Track & Field calendar wrapping up at the end of this month, the 2021/2022 TCU Athletics year is coming to a close. We’ve got a long offseason of new signings, rumors, and “what-ifs” to look forward to this summer across all sports, but for now, let’s take a step back and look at what all this University accomplished in the past year. From a march madness win in basketball to an elite 8 appearance by the Men’s Tennis squad, Horned Frog fans wer

Frogs O’ War Podcast: Regional Recap

Back for another episode after a very eventful weekend of TCU athletics. This week, Anthony and Ryan go game by game breaking down how the Frogs’ postseason journey transpired in College Station. All things ranging from Austin Krob and Cam Brown’s lights-out pitching performances, to a Brayden Taylor snub for the all-regional team, the guys have got you covered! Rounding out the episode, Anthony and Ryan predict the superregional round of the NCAA tournament and discuss which teams have the be

TCU 9, Texas A&M 15: ‘Til next season

TCU Baseball’s season came to an end last night following a gut-wrenching 15-9 loss against Texas A&M in the College Station Regional Final. Before I dive into the nitty-gritty of the game, I want to preface this by saying the Frogs never quit. This group had their backs against the wall countless times this season, and it seemed fitting to end things on a do-or-die game shared with a pretty hefty rival. Numerous times in that ballgame, Frog fans hung their head thinking “Well, that’s that,” b

TCU 6, Louisiana 1: Frogs live to see another day

Lights out pitching from Cam Brown and an early 2-run home run from Brayden Taylor propelled the Frogs to a 6-1 win over 3-seed Louisiana in a do-or-die scenario. With the win, the Frogs advance to the College Station regional final, where they’ll face the hosts and no. 5 national seed Texas A&M. Being that the Aggies have a game to drop, TCU will have to win tonight at 7 pm in order to force a second game, where in that scenario it would be winner take all. The Frogs needed some big performan

TCU 3, Oral Roberts 1: Survive and advance

Back-to-back 6th inning home runs from Brayden Taylor and Kurtis Byrne on two consecutive pitches propelled TCU Baseball to a 3-1 win over Oral Roberts this afternoon. With the win, the Frogs advance to the next stage of the College Station regional, where they’ll face the loser of tonight’s A&M vs Louisiana matchup. It wasn’t necessarily the prettiest win, but stellar performances from Marcelo Perez and Garrett Wright on the mound were exactly what the Frogs needed. Perez finished the game w

TCU 6, Louisiana 7: Frogs drop opener in College Station

The road to Omaha just got a whole ‘lot tougher. TCU Baseball dropped their opening game in the College Station Regional 7-6 in a battle against 3-seed Louisiana. Because of the loss, the Frogs move into the losers bracket and will face 4-seed Oral Roberts tomorrow afternoon while the Ragin’ Cajuns move on to play the hosts in the evening game. The Frogs got off to a shaky start, as Riley Cornelio gave up back-to-back home runs in the 2nd inning over the course of a three-pitch span, one of w

NCAA Baseball Tournament: College Station Regional Preview

All game lines and futures odds are per DraftKings as of June 1 and are for entertainment purposes only At Bat: In the competitive SEC, Texas A&M did not have any players earn first-team All-Conference honors and have no projected top 2022 MLB prospects, but the Aggie roster runs deep with power and speed at every spot. The Aggies get on base, steal bases, and mash for power: 9 regular starters with on-base % over .350, with 3 players with double-digit steals, and 7 players with 6+ homers. Oppo

TCU Baseball addresses the media prior to regional matchup

TCU Baseball Head Coach Kirk Saarloos along with key players Tommy Sacco and Riley Cornelio sat down to speak with media ahead of Friday night’s regional matchup against the 3-seeded Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns. Throughout the press conference, there was a sense of confidence across the trio of Horned Frogs. Although a “been there, done that” attitude could be expected for a team that’s made the postseason 16 times in the last 18 years, the Frogs appeared to be cool, calm, and collected while also

Frogs O’ War Podcast: Tourney Time

Back again with another episode! On this week’s installment of the FOW podcast, Anthony and Ryan dive into a variety of TCU sports topics with a focus on the baseball team’s start to their postseason journey. Aside from talking Frogball, the guys break down how Damion Baugh’s decision to stay at TCU for another season impacts the Frogs as well as how new transfer guard Rondel Walker (Ok. St.) will fit into Dixon’s system. A bit of a disclaimer before you click play on the episode: We apologiz
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