LaDainian Tomlinson graduated from TCU in 2001 just as I was arriving on campus. I remember seeing the fingerprints of his stellar college football career - campus was covered in "LT for Heisman" stickers. As people described LT, the man - the honest, dedicated, and great man - I couldn't help but have visions of an Ernie Davis-like figure. He was a kid doing good using football as a passionate platform. During his Hall of Fame speech, I was reminded of LaDainian, the Horned Frog, the leader, the all around great man who was motivated to do good and be great. Proud of you, LT! You make every Horned Frog before you and after you so very proud of the work a Horned Frog can do.
TCU overtook Ole Miss 42-3 at the 2014 Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl on 31 December. After a controversial snub by the College Playoff Committee, the Frogs remain the topic of much conversation. Should they or shouldn't they be a team in the Championship hunt? Was it the financial potential of a small religious private or their record that kept them out?
Click here to see Forbes' financial argument against TCU taking a playoff spot.
Click here to see the 2014 Academic Ranking for the top 25 teams. TCU ranked #1.
Click here for coverage of the game against Ole Miss and an interview (video) with Coach Gary Patterson and quarterback Trevon Boykin.
Click here to see how the Frogs stack up in the Jeff Sagarin's latest computer rankings. TCU ranked #1.
Click here to read the final argument on the TCU vs Baylor debate.
Horned Frog Quaterback Andy Dalton starts another season with the Cincinnati Bengals. In celebration, revisiting the 2013 classic Pepsi commercial "Are you fan enough?"