TCU Horned Frogs Football Tickets
Bowl Record as of 2018: 17 Wins and 16 Losses
Head Coach in 2019: Gary Patterson
Home Stadium: Amon G. Carter Stadium
Conference and Division: The Big 12 Conference, Division I
Quarterbacks in 2019: Justin Rodgers and Alex Delton
TCU Horned Frogs Football TicketsAs one of the more popular members of the Big 12, TCU Horned Frogs have been around since the 19th century. Under the leadership of Gary Patterson, a head coach who will be starting his 18th season with the school, the team has won 167 games while losing only 63. Located in the heart of Texas in the Fort Worth area, TCU will soon attempt to improve their 2018 record of seven wins and six losses. Fortunately for the passionate fans of NCAA football, this means that the 2019 season has many match-ups against their long-time rivals such as the SMU, Baylor, and Texas Tech. Not to mention that they will battle with the notorious Texas Longhorns in late October and former Big 12 champion, the Oklahoma Sooners, in late-November. Besides a long track-record characterized by 18 conference titles and two national titles, TCU has also been declared the fourth-best private football college to ever exist. After all, having been around for over 123 years has certainly allowed the Horned Frogs to build a reputation of unimaginable proportions. Catch the future memorable game by scooping your tickets up at StubHub.
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What conference do the TCU Horned Frogs play in?TCU Horned Frogs have been members of five different NCAA conferences during their lifetime. Currently, they are in the Big 12 conference for Division I collegiate sports. They are one of the four schools that represent the Lone Star State (Texas).
What are the top games this year for the TCU Horned Frogs?Since the Big 12 features quite a few popular and historically successful teams, TCU will have a lot of excellent match-ups in 2019. The first such example will be the game against the championship finalist of 2018, the Texas Longhorns. They will then go on to face Baylor and Texas Tech in just a seven-day span. Finally, they will play the last year's conference winner, the Oklahoma Sooners, on November 23.
Who are the TCU Horned Frogs' biggest rivals in their conference?Although it is not the most successful team in the conference, SMU is arguably TCU's biggest rival. One of the main reasons why boils down to the proximity between the schools. SMU is located in Dallas while the TCU Horned Frogs reside in Fort Worth. Even with the 40-mile distance between the two, most Texans are aware that such mileage is nothing more than a quick freeway trip. Hence why the students of these two schools constantly run into each other and have deeply instilled disliking for one another.
Who are some notable players from TCU?TCU has given rise to many successful players who went on to play in the NFL. Examples include the starting quarterback Andy Dalton, three-time Superbowl champion Marcus Cannon, Superbowl 45 champion Marshall Newhouse and an All-American wide receiver Josh Doctson.
How big is the TCU Horned Frogs' Amon G. Carter Stadium?The Amon G. Carter Stadium, which is located on the west side of the school's campus, has a 50,000-person capacity.
How did the TCU Horned Frogs get their name?When non-Texans see TCU's mascot, they are often left wondering what it stands for. After hearing that it is a “ ”Horned Frog,“ ” their uncertainties are seldom resolved. Well, the Horned Frogs got their name from a spikey bodied reptile, the horned lizard, that is native to Texas area and one of the only 14 such species across North America.
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