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1.21.2006

Oh, Man, I Already Have Plans

TCU football has announced a home-and-home series in 2013 and 2014 with LSU. The Horned Frogs will visit Baton Rouge on Sept. 7, 2013, and the Tigers will go to Fort Worth on Sept. 6, 2014.

11 comments:

bigcatdaddy said...

Thanks for the pic Barry. I loves me some TCU Cheerleaders. YES I WOULD!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Man, what a shot for the TCU football program. That should help them get into the Big 12 over your beloved Bears.

Anonymous said...

TCU won't hold a candle to the tigers!! LSU just needs another chump on their pre-season schedule.
Let's be realistic here, they beat a very weak OU squad and the WAC is not a very strong conference. Send the Frogs to the Big 12 and they would be the doormat.

Anonymous said...

Doormat?? With Baylor in the conference? Not a chance!

Anonymous said...

There is Cheerleader in the pic that is from Decatur, can you find her?

Anonymous said...

from a current frog-

that's the showgirls dance team, not the cheerleaders, so you won't find the Decatur girl there.

Also, TCU is in the Mountain West conference and had a well played-hard fought Bowl game victory

Anonymous said...

3:34 and 6:05:

Excuse me, the "Mountain West". If TCU's all that, why are they only ranked 9th at the end of a one-loss season. There are four teams with two losses ranked in front of them. I'm not trying to take anything away from them, but they just couldn't measure up to the Big 12 (and I think Baylor could put up a good fight) or they would have been allowed to join in the first place. Putting all that aside, LSU is a far better football team than TCU.

bigcatdaddy said...
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bigcatdaddy said...

TCU is better than you think. Look at where the school is....right smack in the middle of the best recruting hotbed in the nation. TCU is in a better location than OU or UT.

TCU could hold their own in the big twelve. They would have ended up either second or third this year in the Big 12 south. They wouldn't have beaten Texas but it would have been a coin toss between TCU and Tech.

Anonymous said...

Who knows what type of team either TCU or LSU will have in 2013 or 2014? Players in those games are 10 to 14 years old right now.

By the way, TCU did beat 2 big 12 teams this year (both ranked in top 20). The real game would have been with A&M! What fun that would have been!

Anonymous said...

That's fine, you frog fans continue to dream your dreams of being the big dogs someday. But for now, it is obvious that TCU isn't recognized as a powerhouse in the college game. I'm sorry, what does that say about your conference when you win it and go to the Houston Bowl. 11:30, I only saw one ranked Big 12 team on TCU's schedule (that was OU at #7). Go to ESPN.com and check it out. I'll give you that the Big 12 South was weak this year and that the frogs could have probably whipped the aggies (so could the Decatur Eagles), but that won't be the case for long. There are also some up and coming teams in the Big 12 North (Nebraska, Kansas, and K-state) who will be competitive in the next few years. Face it guys, TCU is small time. Until they go 10-1 or 11-0 for many years, they'll not be respected by college football.