Friday, March 5, 2010

Live Video feed of TCU vs. Tech


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right now it is the bottom of the 6th. Frogs up 7 to 2.

God is it five yet?

Mountain West: 3 or 4 NCAA bids?

While the Horned Frog men's basketball team's season has been shot for a while now, the rest of the conference is playing pretty well and could bring home the bacon like the TCU football team did in the fall. The latest ESPN bracketology has four Mountain West teams in the NCAA Tournament (for comparison, the SEC also has four), including New Mexico as a #2-seed. The others are BYU as a 4, UNLV as a 7 and San Diego State as 13 seed and one of the last four teams "in".

Remember, the teams in the tournament- and the further they go once they get there- determines the amount of money the conference will get out of the TV money. So you'll want to root for SDSU to get in and then for New Mexico and BYU to take advantage of what are expected to be high seeds and advance.

On the women's side, it looks as though the Lady Frogs may have to defend their regular-season conference title and win the MWC Tournament to assure themselves of a ninth NCAA Tournament appearance in ten years, as the latest women's bracketology projects the MWC as a one-bid league. They've got the Lady Frogs as a #8-seed currently.

Pay the Man!

Former Frogs linebacker David Hawthorne, who has become a starter in Seattle and earned the nickname "Heater" for reasons that probably do not involve bumming cigarettes, deserves a significant pay raise from the $350,000 he earned in 2009, according to his agent. Come on, Paul Allen- how is he supposed to make ends meet on a salary like that?

In other TCU alumni-related NFL free agency news, the New York Jets have acquired former All-Pro corner Antonio Cromartie, which could affect the job status of former Frog Drew Coleman. We'll keep an eye on that situation.

Scouting Report for Enron Tournament


The guys over at HornedFrogSports.com have scouted out all of the competition that the #7 Frogs will face this weekend in the World Capital of White-Collar Crime, so you'll know what to expect in all three games:

TCU at the 2010 Houston College Classic

Morning Dump

Houston College Classic a homecoming for 14 Frogs Star-Telegram

No. 7 TCU ready for challenge at Houston College Classic GoFrogs.com

Six teams geared up for tourney tussle
Houston Chronicle

Carter helps TCU clinch regular season title
Bossier Press-Tribune

Agent: LB Hawthorme deserving of of pay bump
Tacoma News Tribune

TCU area to see McDonald;s golden arches FW Business Press

For the perfect way to make it through a Friday afternoon click here at noon for the radio broadcast of TCU's opening Houston College Challenge game against Texas Tech.