Thursday, February 17, 2011

Morning Dump

TCU hires Trey Haverty as safeties coach

Haverty named safeties coach

TCU adjusts spring practice schedule

Former Katy, TCU star Dalton,Auburn DT fairly train in Houston
KHOU Houston

Watch when Dalton talks, morons spell his name wrong.

Argyles's Hedlund signs with Wake Forest
Denton Record Chronicle

TCU pitching ace Purke rested up, ready to deliver

TCU slips by CSU women

Another losing season, but TCU men have a future

Athletic Department:
Notes on a scorecard

1 comment:

Rex Kramer said...

Article on College Football News on who has the biggest shoes to fill.

5. Buh-bye: TCU QB Andy Dalton
Hello: Casey Pachall
TCU without Dalton will be like Fort Worth without Sundance Square. It’s going to take a while to get used to. He was a four-year fixture with the Frogs, but the staff knows he rubbed off on Pachall. About to enter his third year with the program, the sophomore-to-be was last year’s backup, appearing in eight games and throwing nine passes. At least in the early going, as he hones his passing skills, he can lean a little heavier on his legs. A terrific all-around athlete, who’ll flourish on read-option plays, he ran for 94 yards and two scores on only 15 carries. He has a long and lean frame, and once he fills out and proves he can make all of the throws, he’ll have a chance to be a dangerous dual-threat in the form of former Nevada QB Colin Kaepernick.