Here's our chance, folks. Let's make it happen.
With 16 wins to their name this season, the 2011-2012 Frogs are already the most successful team TCU has had in recent memory. They've taken down two teams currently ranked in the Top 25 (Virginia and UNLV), and have a chance for a third when #18 New Mexico visits Fort Worth tomorrow night. While Sir Wesley Willis has lamented their road woes, this is a completely different team at home. Thus far, their 12-2 record in the friendly confines of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum has been accomplished without the benefit of a proper (insane) home crowd.
Other than trying to rally the troops for the biggest home game in quite some time, the purpose of this post is to test the Spit Blood readers with their skills at predicting the future. It's time for you to log your predictions for the weekend in TCU sports. In the comments section, let us us know your answer to the following:
-What will be the final score of the TCU-UNM basketball game?
-What will the attendance be? How electric can Frog fans make our cozy home arena?
-Who will be the high scorer for TCU?
-How will the baseball Frogs fare in their tough road series against Cal State-Fullerton?
-Who will shine for Schlossnagle's squad at the plate, on the mound and in the field?
-How many total combined seconds will you watch of the Oscars and the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday?