Wednesday, October 22, 2008

WFAA News Segment With CGP

Great news segment, also has Enis Kerlee, a member of the 1938 TCU National Championship team, who despite living in a nursing home, is still a bad ass to me.

Since It Seems To Be McCoy Hate Month...

Football Writers Association

Giving us some love on their home page. Huge picture of Hughes forcing a Max Hall fumble, also a mention of the Frogs as the Tostito's Fiesta Bowl team of the week.


On the surface, this is a great picture of the team walking out of the tunnel before the BYU game behind their fearless leader GP, ready to battle. Somber, contemplative and more than prepared to take the field for the biggest game of the season (because, the OU loss leaves us right where we started), and, for some, their careers, they're taking in the sights and sounds of the largest, most intense Amon Carter crowd many of them have ever seen. In the midst of all of this, however, may I direct your attention to the left side of the picture where there is a player yelling and screaming his head off? Perhaps his anger is directed at the ref, just to rattle him a little and dare him to go for that yellow flag later in the game. More likely though, it's just because the desire to play football, feed off the crowd and destroy anyone who gets in his path is what drives him to come out every week and give it his all. Do I even need to say his name? Thank you, Robert Henson. FOUR MORE YEARS!

--photo by Stephen McClung (because apparently we're blowing up and need to cite things now)

Morning Dump

TCU's stingy run defense gave up 232 yards to Wyoming last season Star-Telegram

Hughes adds to nationa honors

Patterson addresses TCU's preparation for Wyoming

Horned Frogs set to leap past visiting Cowboys Sports Network

It's the final BCS rankings that really matter Star-Telegram

Four Downs Sporting News

TCU v Wyoming preview CBS

Sween will start against No. 15 TCU Wyoming Tribune

Inside the match up UW at TCU Jackson Hole Star-Tribune

Pokes remain optimistic Laramie Boomerang

QB Stutzriem answers doubts about skills Jackson Hole Star-Tribune