Friday, March 11, 2011

Morning Dump

Football:
QB Pachall impresses after slow start
Star-Telegram

Practice makes perfect way for Aledo's Gray to evaluate schools
Star-Telegram

20 former TCU players to work out during pro day
Star-Telegram

Ranking top NFL talent developers
ESPN

Baseball:
Baseball hosts Houston Baptist for three
GoFrogs.com



Rivera swings hot bat for No. 9 TCU
Muscatine Journal

Basketball:
Frogs men find good vibe in narrow loss to BYU
Star-Telegram

BYU shakes off pesky TCU in Mountain West quarterfinal
Washington Post

TCU senior wants to lift TCU legacy
Star-Telegram

Rifle:
TCU sharpshooters, all women, try to keep title
New York Times

Campus:
TCU receives permit to house horned Frogs
Pegasus/Daily Skiff

4 comments:

BuckNasty said...

More shit involving the "Texas Rangers"? Really? God I hate those guys.

Lyle Lanley said...

The baseball team or the law-enforcement group?

CFBMN said...

Damn - I realize it's one man's opinion (and that since I'm not an ESPN insider I may be misunderstanding the article), but the article ranking TCU as the nation's top developer of NFL talent should be stapled to the top of anything handed to a TCU football recruit...

BuckNasty said...

I guess the law enforcement group, since they will be guarding the terreriums.
CFBMN-I agree. Hopefully the coaches use articles like that all the time. He doesn't necessarily name us as the top developer, just the top developer out of the schools that don't haul in top 20 recruiting classes every year. I was surprised thought that the article mentioned Tommy Blake but left out others like D-Wash and Drew Coleman.