Boom! Baylor just got told to sit down, shut up and color.
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Posted by blakespop on 09 November 2014 - 02:02 PM
Boom! Baylor just got told to sit down, shut up and color.
Posted by Coach on 10 October 2014 - 05:18 AM
Goin' to Waco tomorrow. Big game, big crowd, big viewing audience--it's a national stage. It's what you've worked your whole life for. What most of us would give our left nut for.
Last week was no fluke. You can't overcome some of the play we had by accident--you have it in you to be the greatest team we've seen 'round here in decades. We know it--now it's time to prove it to the rest of the college football world.
You know what it's taken to get here. You know the journey--two years of hard work and hard play with little to show for it--but the payoff is finally here. Your chance to show the world what you've known in your heart all along--we're not upstarts, we're champions.
Just remember--a true champion doesn't care what anyone else says or does--he doesn't need ESPN or Sports Illustrated or the talkin' bobble heads blabbin' about his teams' chances. He knows the hard work, the sweat, blood and pain that he's endured and knows that sacrifice has prepared him for exactly where he is. And ultimately, when the time comes, he takes care of business. First week to last, kickoff to the final gun of each and every game--he doesn't play up or down to the competition, but plays within himself to the very best of his abilities.
It's gonna be a circus in Waco. Soak it all in before kickoff--because it's where you belong and it's where we spent 16 long, hard, years to get. Remember all those who came before you that made the same sacrifices, gave their all, and never had the stage you're stepping onto this week. Then, when time comes to line up for the kickoff, block it all out. Focus all your energy and concentration on doing what you know has to be done for 60 minutes.
Time to build some momentum, men. Gird your loins and prepare for battle! The Frogs are comin' to Waco and aren't takin' any prisoners. The rest of the stikin' college football world is about to find out just how special this team is!
Posted by HornedFrogGrant on 26 October 2014 - 03:02 PM
Posted by Hemingway on 01 December 2014 - 09:47 PM
Maybe I just don't get it but some people on here seem to be way more interested in signs in Waco than winning a football game in Fort Worth.
Posted by ArgyleFrog2010 on 19 November 2014 - 08:42 AM
Posted by Coach on 24 November 2014 - 01:36 PM
Well, it’s here. It’s your time. You’ve fought and scratched and clawed your way to the top. We’ve had to work harder, sweat and bleed more than any other team in the nation to get where we are. And now we've risen to the top of the Big12.
Two decades ago, the Big12 left us for dead. They kicked us to the curb and then laughed at us as irrelevant and inconsequential, leavin’ us to fend for ourselves in the “have-nots” of college football. They were sure we’d fold—that we’d fade even further from the college football world. And DeLoss Dodds from The University of Texas was front and center in the decision. But we didn’t fold. We didn’t give up. We fought back. We fought back with a vengeance like no one in the country ever expected. And we’ve fought and clawed our way back to the top of college football in a P-5 conference, making those in this conference who laughed at us eat those words. But make no mistake--Texas is dangerous. Letting them hang around invites disaster. Get up early and run it up fast. And when you get 'em down, look for only one thing--more points. Don't look at the scoreboard until the game is done. Do that, and Texas will rue the day they tried to kill our program.
Time to man up and gear up. Stop talking and get serious. Only one team stands in our way to a Big12 championship right now—Texas. Win that one, and we'll worry about the rest later. Rise up Horned Frogs! On to Austin! On to Victory!
Posted by cdsfrog on 23 October 2014 - 06:04 PM
Posted by PurplFrawg on 24 August 2014 - 02:08 PM
Posted by Frogs On A Plane on 16 August 2014 - 01:53 PM
Can someone remind me what the team slogan is this year?
Posted by Frog-in-law1995 on 18 July 2014 - 03:09 PM
Posted by Frogcrates on 12 July 2014 - 08:52 AM
People are ao negative. I bet it sucks to go through life pointing out what everybody else is doing wrong!
Posted by SnoSki on 24 April 2014 - 10:16 AM
That pic of Russell Wilson's soon to be ex wife reminded me of a certain moment in KFC history
Posted by Frog-in-law1995 on 16 December 2014 - 09:35 PM
Posted by frogs9497 on 19 November 2014 - 11:40 AM
he can join the other Baylor thugs
Posted by jewstfrogit on 01 November 2014 - 05:25 PM
Yes, it was ugly.
But the Frogs went into one of---if not the---toughest environment in the Big 12, in the rain, wind and cold, with College GameDay and a fired-up WVU team and fanbase, after taking the cheese and took on a surging WVU team, learned to deal with Boykin having a no good, very bad day, and found a way to win.
This isn't a game that wins accolades or Heisman Trophies. It's not one that makes CGP happy. But we learned we can win without relying on Boykin having a great day. We learned we can win in a very hostile environment. We learned we can win in the bad weather. We learned that we can play poorly on offense and trial basically the entire game-----yet still win.
Mistakes were made, but the coaches and players deserve that W.
That was a character-building win. That team in purple and white had every reason to fold, but on the backs of the defense, they were resilient, and Boykin made a clutch play at the end to set up a game-winning field goal.
So proud of this team. This could turn into the confidence-builder they need to keep winning. The sky is the limit.
Posted by TCURiggs on 30 August 2014 - 10:13 PM
Y'all are hilarious. Boykin goes 71% completion, 320 yds passing, 2 passing TDs, 29 rushing yds, 1 rushing TD, 0 turnovers, and you're going to fire up some "I still have concerns/why didn't Joeckel play more" thread? Yeesh. We would've killed for 3/4 of that production last year. Then, Joeckel comes in and goes 50%, although it was only 8 attempts, with a pick 6 and we're still looking for more of that? I think it's just time for some of you to realize that Boykin got most of the PT tonight for a reason... he's our best QB. Quit darning [2314ing] and support the guy.
Posted by Scott on 19 July 2014 - 02:08 PM
You are more than welcome here! However, the rules must be followed.
You also will not be given the "benefit of the doubt" on here. You are essentially a guest. If you can't take the heat....then leave. But if you choose to attack our posters, students, coaches & University in general....it will not be tolerated. Debate without degrading comments towards TCU & it's fans, are welcomed. Anything else will not work. Might seem unfair, but that is how it is going to work around here.
I'm also asking our posters not to attack our visitors. If they break the rules, report them & we will take care of business.
Posted by PhormerPhrog on 31 January 2014 - 04:49 PM
Posted by Raw Frog on 28 October 2014 - 12:32 PM
Matt, thank you young man for your time and contributions to TCU this year. We are so sorry for your injury and wish you great success in life, whatever path you choose.
God's blessings to you.
Posted by SigmaUte on 07 October 2014 - 01:40 PM
I just wanted to stop by here and congratulate you guys on your huge win over #4 Oklahoma. I always had a lot of respect for your program and have been following it since the MWC loosely since the jump to the BIG12 and rooting for your team. I think TCU and Utah have a lot in common, maybe more than any other programs, and I like seeing TCU have success. I knew it was only a matter of time before you caught up with the rest of the BIG12.
Anyways, congrats on the win. Heres to many more! Go Frogs, beat Baylor!
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