INSIDE TODAY’S GAME
SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: CB GREG MCCOY
TCU renews Battle for the Iron Skillet with rival SMU.
Veteran corner looks to be solid role model.
Q&A - S TEKERREIN CUBA
TCU WOMEN’S GOLF UPDATE
Academics and football brought senior to TCU.
TCU women opened fall campaign last week.
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Inside Today’s Game 2-3 The Last Time Out 3 5 Letter from Chancellor Boschini Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. 6 8 Director of Athletics Chris Del Conte Head Coach Gary Patterson 10-12 Assistant Coaches 14-22 24-26 TCU Support Staff TCU Photo Roster 28-38 42 Team Photo / Senior Class Leadership Council 44 Football Staff / Head Coaches & Administration 46 University Administration 48 TCU Season Statistics 77-78 81 Senior Spotlight: #7 Greg McCoy Today’s Matchup 82 SMU Photo Roster 83 84 Q&A with #1 Tekerrein Cuba TCU Opponent Scoreboard 86 TCU Women’s Golf Update 88 TCU Men’s Golf Update 89 TCU Football: A Rich History 90 TCU Football: A New Era 91 Texas Christian University 94 The Future of TCU Football 96-97 Amon G. Carter Stadium 100-101 TCU Cheerleaders 104 TCU Showgirls 106 TCU Marching Band 108 Horned Frog Traditions 112 Frog in the Pros 118 Frogs on Radio 126 TCU Frog Club 128 Wheels of the Frogs 130 2011 Athletics Donors 134-142 NCAA Compliance Information 162 TCU Basketball Season Ticket Information 173
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at Air Force*
L, 48-50 W, 35-19
ULM Fort Worth, Texas
Portland State Fort Worth, Texas
W, 55-13 2:30 p.m. (CBSSN)
SMU Fort Worth, Texas
at San Diego State*
New Mexico*# Fort Worth, Texas
at Boise State*
Colorado State* Fort Worth, Texas
2:30 p.m. (CBSSN)
UNLV* Fort Worth, Texas
1:30 p.m. (VERSUS)
Home games in bold All times Central and subject to change
San Diego, Calif.
# - Homecoming *Mountain West game
9:30 p.m. (CBSSN) 1 p.m. (The Mtn.) 7 p.m. (ESPN) 1 p.m. (The Mtn.) 2:30 p.m. (VERSUS)
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3-1 (2-0 C-USA)
vs. 3-1 (1-0 MWC)
THE OPPONENT - SMU MUSTANGS
Date: Oct. 1, 2011 Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. CDT Location: Fort Worth, Texas Stadium: Amon G. Carter Stadium Capacity: 32,000* Series: TCU leads, 44-39-7
Location: Dallas, Texas Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 10,981 Nickname: Mustangs Colors: Red and Blue Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. R. Gerald Turner Athletics Director: Steve Orsini Stadium: Gerald J. Ford Capacity: 32,000
*Capacity during 2011 season only due to stadium construction.
Head Coach: June Jones Alma Mater: NY State Regents College Record at School: 12-17 (3rd year) Overall Record: 88-58 (11th year) vs. TCU: 0-4 2010 Record: 8-5 (6-2) Bowl: Hawaii Bowl vs. Nevada- W, 45-10 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/13 Starters Returning (O/D/S):18 (8/7/3) Starters Lost (O/D/S): 8 (3/4/1)
About Today’s Game 4No. 20 TCU closes its three-game homestand today when it hosts SMU in the State Farm DFW Duel - Battle for the Iron Skillet. 4During the post-World War II college football boom, TCU and SMU students created a traveling trophy called the Iron Skillet that was presented to the winner of the annual game between the rivals. The tradition eventually died and the skillet was lost. In 1993, the tradition was revived. 4TCU’s Gary Patterson is 8-1 as a head coach versus SMU. 4As an assistant coach, Patterson was 4-2 against the Mustangs. Patterson was on the 1995 Navy staff when the Midshipmen won 33-2 in Dallas. As defensive coordinator at New Mexico during the 1996-97 campaigns, Patterson split a pair of meetings with SMU. TCU was 2-1 against SMU when Patterson was the Frogs’ defensive coordinator (1998-00). 4During his time as TCU’s defensive coordinator, Patterson twice faced June Jones when the current SMU head coach was at Hawaii. Patterson’s Frogs won 34-14 at Hawaii in 1999 and 41-21 in Fort Worth in 2000. 4Since 2005, the Frogs are 36-1 in day games and 62-4 in Saturday contests. TCU hasn’t lost a Saturday home game since the 2004 season finale against Tulane. 4The SMU game will mark TCU’s 33rd contest against a former Southwest Conference rival since the league dissolved after the 1995 season. TCU is 21-11 versus former SWC foes, including an 11-3 mark against SMU. 4TCU holds a 44-39-7 edge over SMU in a series that began with a 43-0 Frog win in Fort Worth in 1915. 4The Frogs have won four straight games over the Mustangs and 10 of the last 11. 4TCU has a seven-game home winning streak versus SMU. The Frogs’ last home loss to the Mustangs was a 21-15 setback in 1993. 4The Frogs are 25-17-5 versus SMU in Fort Worth and 19-22-2 in Dallas. 4SMU is TCU’s third-most played series. The Frogs’ 90 meetings with the Mustangs trail only Baylor (107) and Texas A&M (92).
Sophomore tailback Waymon James ranks third among all Mountain West players in rushing yards per game (86.0 ypg) and is second in average yards per carry (8.6 ypc). 4Other than the two seasons (1987-88) the Mustangs did not field a team, the 2006 campaign represented the only time TCU and SMU have not met since 1925.
Topping the Charts 4 Tailback Waymon James has a team-best 344 rushing yards on an 8.6 per carry mark. He had a career-long 65-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second half against Portland State. 4James is third in the Mountain West in rushing with his average of 86.0 yards per game. 4 James’ 8.6 per carry average ranks second among the MW’s top-10 rushers, trailing only Air Force’s Asher Clark (8.8). 4In addition to a career-high 136 yards rushing against Portland State, James had an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
A Flyin’ Frog 4After a career-best eight receptions for 111 yards and two touchdowns against Portland State, wide receiver Skye Dawson is now second on TCU with 14 receptions. 4Dawson had the first 100-yard receiving game of his career as well as his first two touchdowns. He scored on pass plays of 10 and 73 yards. The 10-yard touchdown came just three plays after his career-long 42-yard punt return. 4Dawson is also TCU’s fourth-leading rusher after totaling 44 yards on three carries at Baylor, including a career-long 32-yard run. 4A former member of the TCU track and field team, Dawson won the 2010 Mountain West Indoor Championship in the 60 meters with a mark of 6.69, the third-fastest time in MW history. He has a personal-best mark of 10.29 in the 100 meters.
SMU vs. #20 TCU Good Starts 4 TCU has opened a season with a record of 3-1 or better for the eighth time in Gary Patterson’s 11 seasons as head coach.
Strong Openings 4TCU has scored at least 35 points in its opening four games for the first time since 2004.
Finding the End Zone 4Backup quarterback Matt Brown has played in three of four games this season. 4Brown reached the end zone for the first time in his collegiate career with a 4-yard scoring run for TCU’s final points in the 55-13 win over Portland State. 4Brown does not have a pass attempt on the season but has six carries for 20 yards.
Immediate Impact 4Chuck Hunter started at nose tackle against Portland State, becoming the first true freshman to start for TCU since Kelly Griffin, also at nose tackle, in 2007. 4Hunter finished with three stops and shared a tackle for loss with D.J.Yendrey.
Pick Six 4With Tank Carder’s 26-yard interception return for a touchdown against Portland State, TCU has returned six of its last 15 picks for a score. 4Carder’s interception, which came on the first play from scrimmage after a 66-yard Casey Pachall touchdown pass to Josh Boyce, is TCU’s only pick on the season. 4It was Carder’s second career interception return for a score. He returned a pick 15 yards for a touchdown versus Utah in 2009.
Sack Watch 4TCU has seven sacks the last two games after totaling one in the first two contests. 4Six players have combined for TCU’s eight sacks on the season with Stansly Maponga recording a team-best 2 1/2.
TCU Stands Alone 4TCU is the only school in the nation to have two different players with a kickoff return for a touchdown this season. 4The Frogs’ two kickoff returns for touchdowns have come in the last two games. Greg McCoy went 94 yards versus Louisiana-Monroe, while Waymon James had an 82-yard score against Portland State. 4TCU has two kickoff returns for a touchdown in the same season for the first time since 2005, when Cory Rodgers went 87 yards at SMU and 100 yards at BYU.
Making History 4With two field goals and seven extra-points made against Portland State, Ross Evans had 13 points to give him the Mountain West career kick scoring record with 338 points. Evans moved past BYU’s Mitch Payne (334, 2007-10).
The Last Time Out Sept. 24, 2011 • Attendance: 33,825 AMON G. CARTER Stadium • FORT WORTH, TEXAS
PORTLAND STATE #20 TCU
FORT WORTH - TCU scored three touchdowns in a span of 1:18 just before halftime and Waymon James ran 65 yards for a score early in the second half as No. 20 TCU beat Portland State, 55-13. James, who finished with 136 yards on 10 carries, added an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter - the second week in a row the Frogs returned one for a score. Pachall threw a quick pass to Josh Boyce, who caught the ball near the line of scrimmage and turned upfield for a 66-yard touchdown with 1:55 left in the first half that put TCU ahead to stay. On the first play of the second half, James took a handoff to the right and was quickly grabbed by a couple of defenders. They pulled him toward the ground, but James rolled over on top of one of the defenders then spun away and ran to the end zone. Skye Dawson caught eight passes for 111 yards, while Boyce had four catches for 94 yards. Pachall completed 14 of 20 passes for 214 yards and three TDs. Kenny Cain totaled a career-high 13 tackles, while Tank Carder added a 26-yard interception return for a touchdown. Score by Quarters 1 PORTLAND STATE TCU
3 0 0 10 13 0 24 17 14 55
Tank Carder, Sr., LB
SCORING SUMMARY First Quarter PSU - Z. Brown 22-yard field goal, 8:11 Second Quarter TCU - R. Evans 35-yard field goal, 14:55 TCU - J. Boyce 66-yard pass from C. Pachall (R. Evans kick), 1:55 TCU - T. Carder 26-yard interception return (R. Evans kick), 1:40 TCU - S. Dawson 10-yard pass from C. Pachall (R. Evans kick), 0:37 Third Quarter TCU - W. James 65-yard run (R. Evans kick), 14:45 TCU - R. Evans 24-yard field goal, 8:30 TCU - S. Dawson 73-yard pass from C. Pachall (R. Evans kick), 4:07 Fourth Quarter PSU - Z. Brown 42-yard field goal, 12:40 TCU - W. James 82-yard kickoff return (R. Evans kick), 12:26 TCU - M. Brown 4-yard run (R. Evans kick), 7:51 PSU - S. Richard 1-yard run (Z. Brown kick), 1:39 TEAM Statistics CATEGORY PSU TCU 19 21 First Downs Rushes-Yards 44-119 33-248 Passing Yards 176 214 Passes Comp-Att-Int 19-34-1 14-20-1 Total Offense Plays-Yards 78-295 53-462 Punt Returns-Yards-TDs 0-0-0 3-85-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs 9-166-0 2-93-1 Interception Returns-Yards-TDs 1-0-0 1-26-1 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-40.5 2-26.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 6-42 7-58 Possession Time 36:14 23:46 Third-Down Conversions 9-of-20 5-of-9 Fourth-Down Conversions 1-of-1 0-of-0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-11 2-19 Individual Statistics Rushing PSU - Richard 28-90; Kavanaugh 10-20; Lilley 5-11; Griffin 1-(-2). TCU - James 10-136; Tucker 10-62; Dean 7-34; Brown 3-15; Pachall 3-1. Passing PSU - Kavanaugh 12-18-0-103; Hubel 7-16-1-73. TCU - Pachall 14-20-1-214.
Skye Dawson, Jr., WR
Receiving PSU - Monahan 9-109; Powell 2-22; Richard 2-11; Toureen 2-6; Lewis 1-14; Tatum 1-8; Loftin 1-3; Noa 1-3. TCU - Dawson 8-111; Boyce 4-94; Hicks 1-5; Tucker 1-4.
OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR
Welcome to Amon G. Carter Stadium! This is a remarkable time for Texas Christian University and Horned Frog football! As you can see, we are in the midst of a massive, renovation/rejuvenation/rebirth of venerable Amon G. Carter Stadium. We are building for an exceptional game-day experience for fans — Frog fans and those who support our competitors. Until then, we apologize for inconveniences which accompany such a massive project and thank you for your patience. Last December, TCU imploded the west stands and is reconstructing them from the ground up. The west side will feature new patron amenities, suites on two levels and a club area, as well as a new press box. The north end zone is seeing improvements too, including added seating at the upper level, an observation deck and additional rest rooms and concession stands. We especially hope you will like the new scoreboard. Our student-athletes, coaches and competitors are benefiting as well. Game and field support facilities, along with storage and team support areas, are being located in the lower basement level of the west stands. Renovations of the west stands and north end zone will be complete prior to next season, while additional plans to renovate the east stands were announced in August and will also be completed for the start of the 2012 campaign. This is a donor-funded effort, and we could not be more grateful to those who have provided financial support and to those who have so passionately cheered the Horned Frogs on to back-to-back undefeated regular seasons, a Rose Bowl championship and last year’s No. 2 post-season national ranking. Thank you all! We’d also like to extend a Texas-sized welcome to the fans of our Mountain West Conference and other competitors. We hope you’ll enjoy your stay in Fort Worth, known for cowboys, culture and Horned Frogs. Best wishes,
Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Chancellor
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Victor J. Boschini Jr. Chancellor
Amon G. Carter Stadium, in the process of a massive reconstruction, is just one of the reasons for excitement on the Texas Christian University campus these days. As TCU’s Chancellor since 2003, Dr.Victor J. Boschini, Jr., has had the privilege of leading the university through an extraordinary period. TCU has made unprecedented investments in scholarships, facilities and technology, academic programs, and new faculty and staff, all for one purpose: to be a worldclass, values-centered university.
served as chair of the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (NAICU), also headquartered in Washington, D.C. That organization represents and advocates in Congress for the interests of private colleges and universities across the nation. In both groups, he has focused on maintaining accessibility for all students to higher education – particularly through federal financial aid programs.
This growth is the result of Vision in Action, an inclusive major strategic planning effort Dr. Boschini launched soon after becoming TCU’s 10th chancellor. Among the results of Vision in Action have been more than a dozen new facilities and scores of renovations across the campus; a doubling of scholarship dollars awarded to undergraduates; the addition of a substantial number of faculty and instructional positions, including 12 new endowed positions, resulting in smaller classes; and the creation of the John V. Roach Honors College.
Since TCU is Fort Worth’s “home team,” the Chancellor takes an active role in as many community ventures as possible. He serves on the board of directors of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Van Cliburn Foundation.
On any given day, Chancellor Boschini and his wife, Megan, can be found at a variety of events across campus. They also spend considerable time traveling across the state and country, on behalf of TCU. Both have participated in Frog Camps for new students, including Frog Camp London, Frog Camp Roma and Casa Nueva Frog Camp. The Boschinis also frequently host students, alums, and TCU supporters in their home. In addition, the Chancellor teaches one course every academic year, a freshman seminar in the College of Education. Chancellor Boschini is a member of the Board of Directors of the American Council on Education (ACE). Headquartered in Washington, D.C., ACE serves as the largest and primary voice for colleges and universities across the country, both private and public. Previously he
Chancellor and Mrs. Boschini have given TCU two Horned Frogs: Elizabeth, Class of 2009, and Mary, Class of 2012. Future Frogs Edward and Margaret attend All Saints Episcopal School in Fort Worth.
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Chris Del Conte was appointed TCU’s athletics director on October 21, 2009. Since his arrival on campus, the TCU football program has made two straight BCS appearances, including a 21-19 win over Wisconsin in the 2011 Rose Bowl Game. Additionally, the Horned Frog baseball team reached the 2010 College World Series and the rifle team won the 2010 NCAA championship. In 2009-10, TCU was the only school in the nation to play in a BCS game and win at least one game at the CWS. Del Conte has overseen a fundraising campaign that has raised $143 million to date over the last year, exceeding the original goal of $105 million, to renovate Amon G. Carter Stadium, TCU’s longtime football home. The new stadium will be completely finished in time for the 2012 season. Other recent facility improvements include the expansion of baseball’s Charlie and Marie Lupton Stadium as well as the construction of a new intercollegiate strength and conditioning center scheduled for completion in September 2011. After this fall, work will begin on a new football locker room, training room and equipment room. Del Conte has helped guide the Horned Frogs into BIG EAST Conference membership effective in the 2012-13 athletics season. The recipient of the 2010 Bobby Dodd Division I-A Athletic Director’s Award, Del Conte was also one of five finalists for the SportsBusiness Journal’s Athletic Director of the Year. Over the last two years, three TCU head coaches (Gary Patterson, football; Jim Schlossnagle, baseball; Karen Monez, rifle) have been named National Coach of the Year. Patterson has received the accolade in each of the last two seasons. Five TCU coaches were named MWC Coach of the Year in their respective sports in 2009-10. TCU set a single-season school record in 2009-10 with six conference championships (football, men’s swimming and diving, women’s basketball, men’s tennis, women’s tennis and baseball). Fifteen of 20 sports were represented in NCAA postseason play and 12 teams were nationally ranked.
Chris Del Conte
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics The success on the playing field carried over to the classroom. In the Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 semesters, TCU student-athletes recorded their highest cumulative grade-point average since tracking began in 1998. Fifteen of 20 sports had team GPAs over 3.0. The partnership between TCU, Fort Worth and the Metroplex has never been more evident. Football, baseball, soccer, tennis, track and field and volleyball set singleseason attendance marks in 2010-11. During his tenure at Rice, Del Conte had responsibility for 16 intercollegiate programs, 350 student-athletes, along with coaches and staff. Del Conte also designed, developed and managed the Rice Vision for the Second Century Campaign, which raised over $90 million. He raised significant funds to build athletic facilities such as the Tudor Fieldhouse and Youngkin Center for Student-Athlete Excellence, and also raised $4 million for upgrades to the football stadium. Del Conte also secured a marketing sponsorship and broadcast rights contract for Rice and maintained a focus on studentathlete academic achievement, resulting in numerous public recognition awards from the NCAA for the academic progress rate of student-athletes. Prior to Rice, Del Conte was the senior associate athletics director for external operations and sports programs at the University of Arizona (2000-06). In that role, Del Conte had responsibility for the planning, management and oversight of the day-to-day operation for the department of intercollegiate athletics. He also functioned as the chief financial officer; managed external operations; had oversight and management of all contracts, ticket sales, broadcast rights fees, corporate
sponsorships, and trademarks and licensing; and oversight of all facility construction. Del Conte also served as an assistant athletics director for external operations at both Washington State (199899) and Cal Poly (1994-98). Del Conte served on the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee and currently assists with the Davey O’Brien Foundation Board and National Sports Marketing Network Board. His other professional committee involvement and associations include the Division I-A Athletics Directors Association and the National Association of Directors of Athletic Development. Del Conte received a bachelor’s of arts degree in sociology from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s of education, administration and supervision from Washington State. Del Conte is married to Dr. Robin Ward and has two daughters, Sienna and Sophia.
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Gary Patterson File BORN:______________________________ Feb. 13, 1960 Birthplace:_______________________ Larned, Kan. Hometown:_________________________Rozel, Kan.
Since taking over the helm of the Horned Frogs in Dec. 2000, Gary Patterson has become synonymous with TCU football. In 2010, Patterson guided the Horned Frogs to an undefeated season and Rose Bowl championship. TCU finished second in the final polls with a 13-0 record, its first perfect campaign since winning the national championship in 1938. The Horned Frogs are the only team in the nation to be ranked in the season-ending top 10 in both the Associated Press and USA Today polls over the last three years. TCU has finished in the top 10 four times in the past six years. TCU’s average final ranking of No. 5 over the last three seasons ranks first nationally. With 98 wins, Patterson is just 12 victories shy of becoming TCU football’s all-time winningest coach. The current mark of 109 is held by Dutch Meyer, who led the Horned Frogs to their national championships in 1935 and 1938. Patterson’s .778 winning percentage (98-28) is third among active coaches nationally with a minimum of five years experience. Patterson was named American Football Monthly’s 2010 Coach of the Year as he led TCU to its second straight BCS game. Other recent honors for Patterson include the Exchange Club of Fort Worth recognizing him as Fort Worth’s Outstanding Citizen for 2010, while the National Football Foundation’s Gridiron Club of Dallas selected him for its 2011 Distinguished Texan Award. Patterson also received the 2010 TCU Chancellor’s Staff Award for Outstanding Service.
Patterson’s success on the gridiron is also mirrored in the classroom for his players. In each of the last three seasons, TCU has been recognized by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) as one of the nation’s leaders in its graduation rate for student-athletes.
Alma Mater:________________ Kansas Sate (1983)
TCU was also one of four teams to finish in the top 25 in the final 2010 polls and the Academic Progress Rate (APR).
______________________ Educational Administration
Patterson has also been active in the community and an integral part of the fundraising efforts which have seen upgrades in TCU’s athletics facilities. In 2009, Patterson was selected for nine national coaching honors after leading TCU to a 12-1 record, No. 6 ranking and Fiesta Bowl appearance.
High School:_____ Pawnee Heights, Kan. (1978)
_______________________________ Physical Education Master’s Degree:_______ Tennessee Tech (1984)
Played at:_____________ Dodge City CC (1978-79) ___________________________Kansas State (1980-81) Wife:_____________________________________ Kelsey Children:____________________ Josh, Cade, Blake
Patterson was named National Coach of the Year by the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association and Sporting News while also receiving the Bobby Dodd Award, Eddie Robinson Award, Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year Award, George Munger Award and Woody Hayes Award.
1982________________Kansas State (Graduate Asst.)
Despite losing two starters in the first two rounds of the National Football League draft and a pair of four-year starters at cornerback, TCU topped the nation in total defense in 2010. The Horned Frogs became just the third program in NCAA history to finish first in that category in three straight seasons.
1989-91_______________________Sonoma (CA) State
1983-84____________ Tennessee Tech (Linebackers) 1986______________________ UC Davis (Linebackers) 1987________Cal Lutheran (Defensive Coordinator) 1988__________Pittsburg (Kan.) State (Linebackers)
_________________________ (Defensive Coordinator) 1992_______________________Oregon Lightning Bolts 1992-94__________________ Utah State (Secondary) 1995____________________________ Navy (Secondary)
Since the NCAA began tracking statistics in 1937, no other school has finished first in total defense as many times (five) as TCU. All five of those No. 1 rankings (2000, 2002, 2008, 2009, 2010) have come in the last 11 seasons under Patterson.
1996-97_____________________________ New Mexico ________________ (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties) 1998-00___ TCU (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties) 2000-present__________________ TCU (Head Coach)
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Gary Patterson The dean of Mountain West Conference coaches, Patterson has led TCU to at least 10 wins seven times in the last nine years, including six 11-win seasons since 2003. No other coach in TCU history has more than two 10-win campaigns. TCU is 25-1 over the last two seasons and 36-3 since 2008. The Frogs have won six conference titles with Patterson on staff in addition to posting eight of the school’s 12 10-win seasons. He was TCU’s defensive coordinator from 1998-00. During his 13 years on campus, Patterson has seen TCU make 12 bowl appearances. From 2005-08, Patterson led the Frogs to four straight bowl victories for the first time in school history. During that stretch, TCU was one of just seven schools nationally to have a current bowl winning streak of at least four in a row.
TCU is 8-4 in bowl games with Patterson on its coaching staff and 6-4 with him as head coach. Prior to Patterson’s arrival on campus in 1998, the Frogs had just four bowl wins in their history. The Frogs are 16-3 in their last 19 games against teams from leagues with automatic BCS bids, including a 6-3 mark versus the Big 12 and a 4-0 record against the Pac-10. In 10 seasons as a head coach, Patterson has coached 130 All-Conference selections, 13 first-team AllAmericans, 13 Freshman All-Americans and two Academic All-Americans. In five of its first six seasons in the Mountain West, TCU has set the pace on the all-conference teams. The Frogs had a school-record 20 selections in 2009, 18 in 2005 and 2008, 17 in 2010, 14 in 2006 and 11 in 2007. As TCU’s head coach, Patterson has had 29 players drafted with a total of 53 in NFL camps. A native of Rozel, Kansas, Patterson is married to the former Kelsey Hayes. He has three sons: Josh, Cade and Blake.
Co-Offensive Coordinator/ Running Backs
BORN: Dec. 7, 1970 Hometown: Tyler, Texas Married: Lisa Children: Aidan and Eli Alma Mater: New Mexico (1993) Playing Experience: Tyler Junior College (1990-91); New Mexico (1992-93) Coaching Experience: New Mexico (Grad. Asst., 1994); Tyler J.C. (RBs/ WRs, 1997); TCU (Graduate Asst., 1998-2000; WRs, 2001-08; Co-Off. Coord./RBs, 2009-pres.)
About Jarrett Anderson
Jarrett Anderson is in his 14th year overall with the Horned Frogs. Anderson was promoted to co-offensive coordinator in February 2009. He also became the running backs coach after serving as wide receivers coach the previous eight seasons. In both of Anderson’s first two seasons as a coordinator, TCU set single-season school records for touchdowns, points scored and first downs while also ranking among the nation’s most productive units. The Horned Frogs won 25 of 26 games and made back-to-back BCS appearances, including winning the 2011 Rose Bowl. In 2010, Anderson helped direct TCU to single-season school marks in touchdowns (73), points scored (541), total offense (6,199 yards) and first downs (327). The Horned Frogs ranked fourth nationally in scoring (41.6 points per game), sixth in passing efficiency (166.9), 10th in rushing (247.4 yards per game) and 12th in total offense (476.9 yards per game). As a sophomore in 2010, Ed Wesley ran for 1,078 yards to become TCU’s first 1,000-yard rusher since 2003. He was a first-team All-Mountain West Conference selection and one of 10 semifinalists for the Doak Walker Award as the nation’s top running back. Prior to assuming his current duties, he served on the TCU staff as a graduate assistant from 1998-00, working primarily with the offensive line. Anderson, who played at New Mexico for two seasons, lettered in 1992 and 1993.
About Dick Bumpas Dick Bumpas joined TCU in February 2004 as the defensive coordinator and defensive line coach.
Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Line
Bumpas first worked with Horned Frog coach Gary Patterson at Kansas State in the early 1980s. He was the Wildcats’ defensive line coach in 1981 when Patterson was a senior linebacker. Patterson then became a Kansas State graduate assistant in 1982 and joined Bumpas on staff.
BORN: Dec. 19, 1949 Hometown: Fort Smith, Ark. Married: Gloria Alma Mater: Arkansas (1973)
The duo also worked together at Tennessee Tech (198384), Utah State (1992-94) and Navy (1995). At each place, Bumpas was the defensive coordinator while Patterson was a position coach.
Playing Experience: Arkansas (1969-70); All-American Bowl (1971); British Columbia Lions (1974); Memphis Southmen (1974-76)
Bumpas has been a finalist each of the last three seasons for the Frank Broyles Award, recognizing the nation’s top assistant coach. He has been a finalist for the honor four times in his career. The Frogs have led the nation in total defense each of the last three seasons. In 2010, Bumpas helped guide a Horned Frog unit that saw a first-team All-American on all three levels of the defense in end Wayne Daniels, linebacker Tank Carder and safety Tejay Johnson. Johnson was one of three finalists for the 2010 Jim Thorpe Award, recognizing the nation’s top defensive back. In a coaching career that has spanned over 30 years, Bumpas has won championships in four different conferences. He has also coached in 18 bowl games.
Coaching Experience: Arkansas (Grad. Asst., 1977); Army (DL, 1978); Air Force (DL, 1979-80); Kansas State (DL, 1981-82); Tennessee Tech (D-Coord./Asst. HC, 1983-84); Tennessee (LBs/Special Teams, 1985-88); Arkansas (DL, 1989); Notre Dame (DL, 1990-91); Utah State (D-Coord./Asst. HC, 1992-94); Navy (D-Coord./Asst. HC /DL, 1995-98); Blue-Gray All-Star Classic (1997); Houston (Co-D-Coord./Asst. HC/LBs, 1999-02); Western Michigan (D-Coord./LBs, 2003); TCU (D-Coord./DL, 2004-present)
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BORN: Sept. 27, 1955 Hometown: Bourne, Mass. Married: Debra CHILDREN: Kelly and Kirsten Alma Mater: Springfield (1978) Playing Experience: Springfield (1974-77) Coaching Experience: Springfield (O-Coord., 1978-79); Connecticut (O-Coord./QBs, 1980-88); Cincinnati (QBs, 1989-91); Georgia Tech (QBs, 1992-93); Georgia Tech (WRs, 1994); Memphis (O-Coord./QBs, 1996-98); Wyoming (O-Coord./QBs, 1999-01); Cincinnati (O-Coord./WRs/ QBs, 2002-03); SMU (Off. Coord./QBs, 2004-07); TCU (WRs, 2009-pres.)
About Rusty Burns Rusty Burns joined the TCU staff as wide receivers coach in February 2009. In both his seasons with the Horned Frogs, TCU has set single-season school records for touchdowns, points scored, total offense and first downs. In 2010, Burns tutored Jeremy Kerley to a career-high 56 receptions, helping him become the 13th player in program history with at least 50 grabs in a season. Kerley also tied Mike Renfro’s 1977 TCU record with 10 touchdown catches. Kerley, a fifth-round draft pick of the New York Jets, and Jimmy Young received All-Mountain West Conference honors. Josh Boyce exploded onto the scene in 2010, pacing all TCU receivers with 646 receiving yards in being named a Freshman All-American. His 34 receptions, the most by a Horned Frog rookie since Cory Rodgers (37) in 2003, and six touchdown catches were both second on the team. Prior to arriving at TCU, Burns spent four seasons (2004-07) as the offensive coordinator at SMU. The Mustangs set a school record with 29 touchdown passes in 2006, while their 325 points ranked third in SMU history. Burns has also been an offensive coordinator at Cincinnati (2002-03), Wyoming (1999-01), Memphis (1996-98) and Connecticut (1980-88). He also has worked as a position coach for Georgia Tech (1992-94) and Cincinnati (1989-91).
About Justin Fuente Justin Fuente joined the TCU staff in February 2007 as running backs coach and was promoted to co-offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach in February 2009. In both of Fuente’s first two seasons as a coordinator, TCU set single-season school records for touchdowns, points scored and first downs while also ranking among the nation’s most productive units. The Horned Frogs won 25 of 26 games and made back-to-back BCS appearances, including winning the 2011 Rose Bowl. In 2010, Fuente helped direct TCU to single-season school marks in touchdowns (73), points scored (541), total offense (6,199 yards) and first downs (327). The Frogs ranked fourth nationally in scoring (41.6 points per game), sixth in passing efficiency (166.9), 10th in rushing (247.4 yards per game) and 12th in total offense (476.9 yards per game). Under Fuente’s tutelage, quarterback Andy Dalton became TCU’s career leader in every major passing record. The 2011 second-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals also set Mountain West Conference all-time marks for total offense (11,925 yards) and plays from scrimmage (1,730). Fuente came to TCU after spending six seasons as quarterbacks coach at Illinois State. His final three years saw him double as the Redbirds’ offensive coordinator. He played two seasons (1996-97) at Oklahoma before transferring to Murray State for his final two years of eligibility. Fuente later played professionally with the Oklahoma Wranglers in the Arena League.
Justin Fuente444444 CO-OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/ QUARTERBACKS
BORN: July 30, 1976 Hometown: Tulsa, Okla. Married: Jenny CHILDREN: Cecilia Mae Alma Mater: Murray State (1999) Playing Experience: Oklahoma (1996-97); Murray State (1998-99); Oklahoma Wranglers (2000-01) Coaching Experience: Illinois State (QBs, 2001-03; O-Coord./QBs, 2004-06); TCU (RBs, 2007-08; Co-O-Coord./QBs, 2009-pres.)
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3333333Trey Haverty Safeties
BORN: Aug. 21, 1981 Hometown: Shreveport, La. Married: Christy Alma Mater: Texas Tech (2004) Playing Experience: Texas Tech (2001-04) Coaching Experience: Midlothian [Texas] HS (WRs/KO Returns, 2005); Cisco [Texas] JC (WRs, 2006); TCU (Grad. Asst., 2007-09); Millsaps (D-Coord., 2010); TCU (Safeties, 2011-pres.)
About Trey Haverty Trey Haverty arrived at TCU as safeties coach in February 2011. Haverty, who served the 2010 campaign as defensive coordinator at Millsaps College, was a TCU graduate assistant, working with head coach Gary Patterson and the defense, for three seasons (2007-09). The 2008 and 2009 campaigns saw the Horned Frogs lead the nation in total defense. TCU was 23-3 in Haverty’s final two seasons with the Horned Frogs. The 2009 campaign saw TCU make its first BCS appearance with a trip to the Fiesta Bowl. Haverty first arrived at TCU after serving as wide receivers coach at Cisco Junior College in 2006. His first coaching position was at Midlothian High School in 2005. During his playing days, Haverty was an All-America wide receiver at Texas Tech. As a senior for the Red Raiders in 2004, Haverty led the Big 12 in receptions (77) while placing second in receiving yards (1,019). He was a second-team All-American by Sports Illustrated and a third-team Associated Press pick. In his final collegiate game, he had eight receptions for 147 yards in a 45-31 Holiday Bowl victory over California. Haverty had 110 receptions for 1,326 yards and seven touchdowns in his Texas Tech career (2001-04).
About Clay Jennings Clay Jennings joined the TCU football staff as cornerbacks coach in January 2008. In all three of his seasons with the Horned Frogs, TCU has led the nation in total defense. Jason Teague was a 2010 second-team All-Mountain West Conference selection, giving TCU four All-MWC honorees in the last three seasons. Both Rafael Priest and Nick Sanders were first-team AllMWC picks in 2009. Priest was ranked by Rivals.com as the nation’s sixth-best cornerback, while Sanders was tabbed by Sporting News as the MWC’s hardest hitter. Jennings, who has coached five current NFL defensive backs, came to the Horned Frogs after serving as the cornerbacks coach at Baylor in 2007. Jennings worked two seasons (2005-06) as safeties coach at Houston, helping the Cougars earn back-to-back bowl appearances and the 2006 Conference USA championship. In 2006, UH free safety Will Gulley earned Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year honors. Prior to his stint at Houston, Jennings spent two seasons (2003-04) as the defensive backs coach at LouisianaLafayette, where he helped the Ragin’ Cajuns to a No. 11 national ranking in pass defense. At Louisiana-Lafayette, Jennings tutored current NFL players Antwain Spann (New England Patriots), C.C. Brown (Houston Texans) and Michael Adams (Arizona Cardinals).
Clay Jennnings44444 Cornerbacks
BORN: Nov. 3, 1973 Hometown: Waco, Texas Married: Belinda CHILDREN: Kirby and Kenzie Alma Mater: North Texas (1996) Playing Experience: North Texas (1992-95) Coaching Experience: North Texas (Student Asst., 1996; Grad Asst., 1997); Morehouse (Secondary, 1998); Morningside (Secondary, 1999); Southern Arkansas (Secondary, 2000); Sam Houston St. (Secondary/Recruiting Coord., 2001-02); Louisiana-Lafayette (Secondary, 2003-04; Houston (Safeties, 2005-06); Baylor (CBs, 2007); TCU (CBs, 2008-pres.)
Tight Ends/Special Teams
BORN: Feb. 5, 1962 Hometown: Boerne, Texas Married: Cindy Children: Alexandra and Andrea Alma Mater: TCU (1985) Master’s Degree: TCU (1992) Playing Experience: TCU (1981-84); Atlanta Falcons (1986-87) Coaching Experience: TCU (Grad. Asst., 1989-90; DEs, 1991; TEs, 1992-96; DEs, 1997); Tulsa (TEs/Special Teams, 1998-00); TCU (TEs/Special Teams, 2001-pres.)
About Dan Sharp One of the more popular players to ever don the Purple and White, Dan Sharp is in his 11th year during his second stint as an assistant coach at his alma mater. He doubles as the tight ends and special teams coach. A 2005 inductee into the TCU Lettermen’s Hall of Fame, Sharp returned to the Horned Frogs’ staff in 2001 as the tight ends coach and special teams coordinator. He previously coached for seven seasons at TCU before heading to Tulsa in 1998. Under Sharp’s tutelage in 2010, Jeremy Kerley was named the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year. TCU has had the first-team All-MWC return specialist all six seasons it has been in the league (Kerley, 2008-10; Brian Bonner, 2006-07; Cory Rodgers, 2005). Kerley, a first-team All-American and one of three finalists for the Paul Hornung Award, also became a 2011 fifth-round draft pick of the New York Jets. Sharp previously coached at TCU (1991-97) under both Jim Wacker and Pat Sullivan. He was a tight end on TCU’s 1984 team which went 8-3 and earned a trip to the Bluebonnet Bowl. He had a key touchdown reception in a 32-31 win at Arkansas, the Frogs’ first victory in Fayetteville in 29 years.
About Tony Tademy Tony Tademy joined the TCU football staff in June 2005. The play of the linebackers have been instrumental in the Horned Frogs leading the nation in total defense each of the last three seasons. Tademy has coached at least two All-Mountain West Conference selections in each of his six years at TCU. Four Horned Frog linebackers in the last four seasons are active in the National Football League. In 2010, Tank Carder was a first-team All-American, the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year and the Rose Bowl’s Defensive Most Valuable Player. Fellow linebacker Tanner Brock led TCU with 106 tackles as he garnered first-team MWC accolades in his first year in the starting lineup. The 2009 campaign saw Daryl Washington and Carder, in their first season as starters, earn first- and second-team All-MWC honors, respectively. Washington was named to four All-America teams in addition to being a Butkus Award semifinalist. Prior to arriving at TCU, Tademy spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator at McKinney (Texas) High School. Tademy served as an assistant coach on the collegiate level at eight different schools prior to his stint at McKinney High.
Tony Tademy444444 Linebackers
BORN: March 1, 1959 Hometown: Jacksonville, Ark. Married: Maria Children: A.J. and Victor Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech (1983) Playing Experience: Louisiana Tech (1977-80) Coaching Experience: Louisiana Tech (Student Coach, 1981-82); Mississippi (Grad. Asst., 1983-84); VMI (LBs, 1985); VMI (DL, 1986); Louisiana Tech (Inside LBs, 1987); Howard (Specialists/OL, 1989); Howard (LBs, 1990-91); NE Louisiana (DL, 1992); Suitland (Md.) HS (HC, 1993); Houston (DE, 1994-96); Texas City (Texas) HS (TEs, 1997-98); La.-Lafayette (D-Coord./LBs, 1999-01); Blinn College (D-Coord./LBs, 2002); McKinney (Texas) HS (D-Coord., 2003-04); TCU (LBs, 2005-pres.)
Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Age: 59 (born Dec. 11, 1951) Hometown: Pendleton, S.C. Married: Patty Children: Eddie III, Carrie Beth, Tricia Alma Mater: Davidson (1974) Master’s Degree: Furman (1976) Playing Experience: Davidson (1971-73) Coaching Experience: Furman (Grad. Asst./LBs, 1974-75); Furman (OL, 1977); Duke (OL, 1978-82); Baylor (OL, 1983); Georgia (OL, 1984); VMI (HC, 1985-88); South Carolina (OL, 1989-90); Wake Forest (O-Coord./OL, 1991-92); North Carolina (Asst. HC/OL, 1993-97); Baylor (O-Coord./QBs, 1998); Texas Southern (O-Coord./QBs, 1999); Wake Forest (Off. Coord./OL, 2000); TCU (OL, 2001; Asst. HC/OL, 2002-pres.)
About Eddie Williamson A veteran of the collegiate coaching ranks, Eddie Williamson is in his 11th season at TCU as the offensive line coach. He was given the additional title of assistant head coach in 2002. Williamson has coached 16 All-MWC selections over the last six seasons. Five of his former linemen are active in the NFL. In 2010, Williamson’s offensive line helped TCU set singleseason school records in touchdowns (73), points scored (541), total offense (6,199 yards) and first downs (327). TCU ranked fourth nationally in scoring (41.6 points per game), sixth in passing efficiency (166.9), 10th in rushing (247.4 yards per game) and 12th in total offense (476.9 yards per game). The Horned Frogs also tied for fifth in fewest sacks allowed, surrendering just nine in 13 contests (0.7 per game). Jake Kirkpatrick, who played just one year of high school football, was a first-team All-American and the 2010 recipient of the Rimington Trophy, recognizing the nation’s top center. Kirkpatrick joined Marcus Cannon, a 2011 fifth-round draft pick of the New England Patriots, on the All-MWC first team. Cannon was also named to multiple All-America squads. Williamson came to TCU after serving as an assistant coach at Wake Forest. He also has held positions at Texas Southern, Baylor, North Carolina, Wake Forest, South Carolina, Georgia, Duke and Furman and was the head coach at VMI from 1985 to 1988.
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333 Mike Sinquefield
333 Don Sommer
Mike Sinquefield is in his 11th season as the director
Don Sommer is in his 11th year as TCU’s head strength
of football operations and 17th year overall at TCU.
and conditioning coach after arriving on campus in 2001.
Sinquefield’s broad range of responsibilities include
In his capacity, Sommer is responsible for the overall
office management and administration, game day
direction, design and implementation of strength and
responsibilities, liaison with various athletic and
conditioning programs for all 20 TCU sports.
DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH
university departments, team travel and recruiting Sommer came to TCU after serving in a similar capacity
at Missouri for two years. He had been part of the Tiger Sinquefield previously served as the athletics equipment manger at TCU. In that role, he
program since 1989, serving first as a graduate assistant for two years before assuming
was responsible for maintaining and requisitioning athletic equipment for outfitting the
the assistant strength and conditioning coaching post in 1991.
Horned Frog student-athletes. Sommer was one of 10 individuals to receive the prestigious certification of “Master Prior to his arrival in Fort Worth, Sinquefield spent three years in a similar capacity at
Strength & Conditioning Coach” at the 2003 Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches
East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C. As an undergraduate, Sinquefield served as a
Association (CSCCA) national conference. He joined the existing 26 Master Strength &
student equipment manager and student athletic trainer at LSU. He earned his bachelor
Conditioning Coaches, bringing the total number of MSCCs in the world to 36 at the
of general studies degree from LSU in 1992.
time of his certification. He was named the 2008 National Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year by FootballScoop.com.
Sinquefield is a native of LaPlace, La. He and his wife, Alisa, have two sons, Kaleb and Levi, and a daughter, Sofie Grace.
Sommer is a graduate of the University of Texas-El Paso with a bachelor’s degree in education. He was a four-year letterman and starter for the Miners’ football squad before playing professionally with the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts. Sommer returned to the classroom following his playing career and earned his master’s degree in health education from Missouri. Sommer and his wife, Cindy, have two children: Dayne and Kaylin.
333 David Gable
333 Matt Lewis
David Gable is in his ninth season as head football trainer
Matt Lewis is in his ninth season as TCU’s equipment
at TCU. Gable was promoted to Associate Director of
manager. His duties include maintenance, outfitting
Sports Medicine in Summer 2007.
student-athletes and the inventory and requisitioning of
ASSOC. DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE
ASST. A.D. FOR EQUIPMENT SERVICES
various Horned Frog athletic equipment. In addition to his primary responsibility with the TCU football team, Gable’s additional duties include managing
Lewis serves as the Associate Executive Director of
the Walsh Sports Medicine Complex, inventory control
the American Equipment Managers of America. He was
and purchasing for the athletic training/sports medicine area, general administrative duties and teaching within the CAATE Approved Athletic
recognized with the AEMA’s Glenn Sharp Award, which is the organization’s top honor, in 2010.
Training Education Program in TCU’s Department of Kinesiology. TCU marks Lewis’s fourth stop as an equipment manager. Most recently, he served as an Prior to arriving at TCU, Gable spent several years working at the HealthSouth Sports
assistant equipment manager in charge of football at Wake Forest for one year before
Medicine Clinic in Birmingham, Ala. Gable also has professional football experience with
joining the Iowa State athletics staff as the head equipment manager in July 2000.
the Carolina Panthers and Kansas City Chiefs (NFL), the Florida Bobcats (Arena 1), the Birmingham Steeldogs (Arena 2), the Birmingham Thunderbolts (XFL) and the Rhein Fire
Lewis received his bachelor’s degree in sports management and marketing from Marshall
(NFL Europe). In three years with Rhein, Gable worked with two championship teams.
in 1996, where he worked with the Thundering Herd football program as head equipment manager from 1995-99.
Gable, a native of Gering, Neb., received his bachelor’s degree in education with
an emphasis in athletic training from Nebraska in 1993 and his master’s in physical
A native of Scott Depot, W.Va., Lewis is a member of the Athletic Equipment Managers
education/health and sports sciences from Ohio in 1994. He and his wife, Samantha, have
Association (AEMA). He has served on the AEMA Board of Directors as a district
two children: Kylee and Kamryn.
director. He and his wife, Stefanie, have two daughters: Madison and Jordyn.
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO COACH PATTERSON
Front Row (L to R): David Gable, Pat Richards, Haley Hyde, Wafaa Chatila, Tashanee Williams, Katie Fulk, Niki Kelley, Chacoria Roberson, Austen Hutchinson and Cody Watkins. Back Row: Max Ozer and Kyle Kuykendall.
DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC ACADEMIC SERVICES
GRADUATE ASSISTANT OFFENSE
GRADUATE ASSISTANT DEFENSE
MATT PARKER ASSOCIATE STRENGTH COACH
Front Row (L to R): Clinton Foster, Leah Phillips, Kristen Barnes, Andrew Manks, Cameron Cunningham, Chris Martin, Annie Young, Trent Martin, Ana Auger-Crossman, Kaleb Smith, Jared Hudson, Clay Beltran, Jennifer Ulich, Brian Gallagher, Luke Tarazewich, Matt Morrison, Jason Jones and Matt Lewis.
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Front Row (L to R): Wyatt Smith, Judge Howell and Kyle Cox. Back Row (L to R): Mike Maples, Tyler Austin, Sam Ryan, Harley Grady and Tim Allmon.
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Meet the Horned Frogs
S | 6-4 | 210 | SR-3L
QB | 6-2 | 215 | FR-HS
PK | 6-0 | 192 | FR-HS
CB | 5-10 | 180 | SO-TR
WR | 5-11 | 161 | FR-HS
S | 6-1 | 185 | FR-HS
QB | 6-5 | 216 | SO-1L
S | 5-10 | 182 | SO-1L
CB | 5-10 | 181 | SR-3L
S | 5-11 | 175 | FR-HS
CB | 5-9 | 160 | JR-SQ
QB | 6-1 | 185 | FR-RS
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WR | 5-10 | 175 | JR-2L
CB | 5-11 | 181 | FR-HS
WR | 6-2 | 212 | SR-3L
WR | 6-2 | 195 | JR-HS
WR | 6-0 | 195 | FR-HS
WR | 5-10 | 165 | FR-HS
33333333 #7 - Greg McCoy
Senior • CB • Dallas, Texas • Woodrow Wilson HS
2010: Started all 13 games at cornerback ... also made a major contribution on special teams ... ranked 10th on TCU with a career-high 30 tackles, including 24 solo stops ... his career-best six pass breakups placed second ... recorded a season-best five stops and a key pass breakup in the 21-19 Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin ... had interceptions in back-to-back weeks versus Utah and San Diego State ... registered at least two tackles in the opening five games and in nine of 13 contests overall ... returned five kickoffs for 167 yards (33.4 avg.) ... broke loose for a season-long 56-yard return at New Mexico. 2009: Contributed at both cornerback and special teams ... made two starts at corner, including the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl ... had a career-high seven tackles, all solo, to go with a pass breakup against Boise State ... his first collegiate start was at San Diego State ... responded with an interception and four tackles ... returned a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown at Wyoming ... also had a pick and pass breakup against the Cowboys ... came back the next week with a 55-yard kickoff return against New Mexico ... also had a 53-yard effort versus SMU ... averaged 35.9 yards on 10 returns for the season ... tied for third on TCU with two interceptions ... recorded three stops and a pass breakup at Air Force ... had a PBU versus BYU. 2008: Played in 12 of 13 games ... added depth to the cornerback position while contributing on special teams ... had at least one tackle in seven contests ... recorded his first interception to go with a 24-yard return and solo stop in the 54-7 win over Wyoming ... had a season-best two tackles in the 44-14 victory over Air Force. 2007: Redshirted during his first season at TCU.
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Meet the Horned Frogs
QB | 5-11 | 205 | SO-SQ
S | 6-1 | 210 | JR-TR
WR | 5-11 | 175 | JR-SQ
S | 6-1 | 220 | FR-RS
CB | 6-0 | 180 | SO-1L
WR | 6-2 | 222 | FR-RS
TB | 5-10 | 175 | FR-RS
LB | 6-1 | 215 | SO-SQ
S | 6-1 | 203 | SR-3L
WR | 5-11 | 195 | SR-2L
WR | 5-10 | 170 | FR-RS
S | 5-11 | 190 | SO-1L
S | 6-2 | 190 | FR-HS
PK | 5-10 | 170 | FR-RS
WR | 5-11 | 190 | FR-HS
CB | 5-10 | 174 | FR-RS
TB | 5-7 | 170 | FR-HS
S | 5-10 | 188 | JR-SQ
#21 - Johnny Fobbs444444 Senior • S • Fort Worth, Texas • Everman HS
2010: Appeared in 11 games, adding depth at the safety position ... two of his seven tackles came on special teams ... tallied two stops, including one for loss, in home games versus Wyoming and Air Force ... other tackles came against Oregon State, Tennessee Tech and Utah ... recorded a pass breakup in the BYU game. 2009: Appeared in all 13 games ... recorded a tackle in the 38-7 win at BYU. 2008: Saw action in eight games ... totaled two solo tackles in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico ... also had a solo stop the next week versus Stephen F. Austin. 2007: Redshirted during his first season at TCU ... named TCU’s Scout Team Defensive Most Valuable Player.
Meet the Horned Frogs
CB | 6-1 | 186 | FR-HS
S | 6-2 | 200 | FR-HS
WR | 6-0 | 185 | JR-SQ
TB | 6-1 | 218 | JR-2L
TB | 6-0 | 215 | JR-1L
S | 5-10 | 180 | FR-RS
P | 5-11 | 185 | JR-SQ
S | 5-10 | 185 | JR-1L
TB | 5-8 | 203 | SO-1L
S | 5-10 | 190 | SO-SQ
LB | 6-1 | 238 | SR-3L
TB | 5-9 | 200 | JR-2L
LB | 6-3 | 250 | JR-2L
LB | 6-2 | 225 | FR-HS
PK | 5-9 | 185 | SR-3L
CB | 6-1 | 180 | SO-SQ
LB | 6-0 | 199 | FR-RS
LB | 6-1 | 230 | FR-HS
33333333 #37 - Ross Evans
Senior • PK • Burnet, Texas • Burnet HS
2010: Appeared on the watch list for the Lou Groza Award, honoring the nation’s top placekicker ... ranked third in the Mountain West Conference in scoring with 101 points while tying for 48th nationally at 7.8 points per game ... set a TCU single-game record with nine extra points in the 66-17 win at New Mexico ... made his first eight field-goal attempts of the season ... had a field goal in eight of the 13 games with three contests of multiple kicks made ... had a season-long 43yard effort at Colorado State ... 11-of-13 on field goals for the season, making him 42-of-51 in his career ... the 42 field goals moved him into fourth all-time at TCU ... his TCU single-season record 68 extra-points made gave him the Horned Frogs’ career PAT mark of 178. 2009: First-team All-MWC ... appeared on the Lou Groza Award watch list ... topped the MWC in scoring with 106 points while tying for 29th nationally at 8.2 points per game ... received MWC Special Teams Player of the Week honors at Virginia and Air Force ... had field goals of 28, 25 and 32 yards in the season-opening 30-14 victory over the Cavaliers ... accounted for all of TCU’s second-half scoring with field goals of 38 and 27 yards, in single-digit weather conditions, in the victory at Air Force ... kicked a season-long 48-yard field goal, two yards shy of a career best, at San Diego State ... had a field goal in nine of the 13 games with five contests of multiple kicks made ... 15-of-18 on field goals for the season, including a 29-yard effort in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. 2008: The only freshman to be included among the 20 semifinalists for the 2008 Lou Groza Award ... made 16-of-20 (80.0 percent) field-goal attempts ... made a 50-yard field goal on his first collegiate attempt in the season-opening 26-3 win at New Mexico ... it was the sixth-longest made kick by a freshman in 2008 while tying for the 12th-longest in TCU history ... had a streak of 12 consecutive makes at one point in the campaign ... four of his field goals were at least 39 yards.
Meet the Horned Frogs
LB | 6-1 | 222 | JR-2L
TE | 6-2 | 230 | SR-SQ
S | 6-3 | 208 | FR-RS
DE | 6-3 | 228 | FR-HS
LB | 6-3 | 237 | SR-3L
LB | 6-0 | 212 | JR-SQ
SN | 6-2 | 190 | FR-HS
P | 6-4 | 280 | SR-3L
FB | 6-0 | 220 | SR-3L
TE | 6-5 | 242 | FR-RS
SN | 6-1 | 228 | JR-1L
LB | 6-1 | 210 | JR-2L
DE | 6-4 | 265 | JR-2L
DT | 6-2 | 270 | FR-RS
LB | 6-1 | 216 | FR-RS
OG | 6-3 | 315 | SR-3L
LB | 5-9 | 195 | SO-SQ
OT | 6-6 | 305 | SO-1L
#43 - Tank Carder4444444 Senior • LB • Sweeny, Texas • Sweeny HS
2010: Named to six All-America teams, including first-team notice by the American Football Coaches Association and ESPN.com ... Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a first-team All-MWC selection ... 2011 Rose Bowl Game Defensive Most Valuable Player ... also named to ESPN.com’s All-Bowl Team ... came up big in the 21-19 win over No. 5 Wisconsin in the 2011 Rose Bowl ... broke up the Badgers’ potential game-tying 2-point pass with only two minutes to play ... totaled six stops in the contest, including three for loss with a sack ... started all 13 games ... anchored a Horned Frog defense that led the nation in total defense (228.5 yards) for the third straight year ... totaled 60 tackles, including 9 1/2 for loss and 3 1/2 sacks. 2009: A second-team All-MWC selection in his first year as a starter ... started all 13 games ... ranked second on TCU with 89 tackles and 10 for loss ... had 19 more stops than the next-closest Horned Frog (Alex Ibiloye, 70) ... topped TCU while tying for second in the MWC with 10 pass breakups ... received MWC Defensive Player of the Week accolades following the 55-28 win over Utah ... totaled a then career-high nine tackles, including one for loss, while returning an interception 15 yards for a touchdown ... added a pass breakup and quarterback hurry against the Utes ... the performance versus Utah earned him a Helmet Sticker from ESPN’s Rece Davis ... recorded at least four tackles in each game ... five of his season stops came on special teams ... combined on a TFL in eight of the 13 contests. 2008: Saw action in 11 of 13 games ... with Jason Phillips sidelined by injury, received extensive playing time in the 67-7 win over Stephen F. Austin ... recorded two tackles, including one for loss, and a pass break-up versus the Lumberjacks ... had at least one stop in seven of his 11 games. 2007: Redshirted during his first season at TCU.
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DT | 6-2 | 318 | FR-HS
DT | 6-4 | 267 | SO-SQ
OL | 6-4 | 255 | SO-SQ
C | 6-5 | 290 | FR-HS
OT | 6-5 | 300 | SO-SQ
DT | 6-2 | 275 | FR-HS
OT | 6-4 | 300 | SR-2L
OG | 6-4 | 305 | JR-SQ
C | 6-3 | 290 | JR-1L
OG | 6-4 | 300 | FR-HS
OG | 6-4 | 310 | JR-2L
OL | 6-3 | 285 | SO-SQ
OG | 6-3 | 310 | JR-1L
OT | 6-7 | 317 | SO-TR
DE | 6-3 | 200 | SO-SQ
C | 6-4 | 315 | FR-RS
OT | 6-6 | 290 | FR-HS
C | 6-3 | 295 | SO-1L
33333333 #62 - Jeff Olson
Senior • OT • McKinney, Texas • McKinney North HS
2010: Made four starts at right tackle while playing in 12 games overall ... his four starts came against Tennessee Tech, Air Force, UNLV and Utah ... TCU’s offense averaged 48.8 points, 274.3 yards rushing and 525.5 in total offense in his starts. 2009: Saw action in seven games. 2008: Added depth to the offensive line in his first season of competition for the Horned Frogs. 2007: Redshirted during his first season at TCU.
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TCU Season Statistics Scoring By Quarters
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT TOTAL 44 45 45 42 -- 176 34 23 19 23 -- 99
TCU OPP SCORING 176 99 Points Per Game 44.0 24.8 FIRST DOWNS 93 79 Rushing 44 28 Passing 40 48 Penalty 9 3 RUSHING YARDAGE 874 600 Yards gained rushing 941 675 Yards lost rushing 67 75 Rushing Attempts 160 149 Average Per Rush 5.5 4.0 Average Per Game 218.5 150.0 TDs Rushing 10 3 PASSING YARDAGE 875 989 Comp-Att-Int 74-108-2 83-126-1 Average Per Pass 8.1 7.8 Average Per Catch 11.8 11.9 Average Per Game 218.8 247.2 TDs Passing 10 9 TOTAL OFFENSE 1749 1589 Total Plays 268 275 Average Per Play 6.5 5.8 Average Per Game 437.2 397.2 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 16-537 26-541 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-144 4-29 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 1-26 2-11 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 33.6 20.8 7.2 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 14.4 INT RETURN AVERAGE 26.0 5.5 FUMBLES-LOST 8-3 6-4 PENALTIES-Yards 22-190 27-258 Average Per Game 47.5 64.5 11-425 22-916 PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt 38.6 41.6 Net punt average 34.2 31.5 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:58 30:02 3RD-DOWN Conversions 29/54 28/61 54% 46% 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 2/3 3/5 4th-Down Pct 67% 60% SACKS BY-Yards 8-41 4-41 MISC YARDS 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 23 12 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 5-8 6-7 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES (18-20) 90% (9-9) 100% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (14-20) 70% (4-9) 44% (19-20) 95% (9-11) 82% PATs-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE 66544 85860 Games/Avg Per Game 2/33272 2/42930 Neutral Site Games 0/0
PLAYER GP ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LONG YPG JAMES, Waymon 4 40 345 1 344 8.6 2 65 86.0 TUCKER, Matthew 4 53 271 5 266 5.0 5 22 66.5 DEAN, Aundre 3 19 109 4 105 5.5 0 28 35.0 DAWSON, Skye 4 3 44 0 44 14.7 0 32 11.0 PACHALL, Casey 4 24 90 53 37 1.5 1 16 9.2 WESLEY, Ed 1 6 36 0 36 6.0 0 24 36.0 FORT, Jercell 3 6 20 0 20 3.3 0 10 6.7 BROWN, Matt 3 6 23 3 20 3.3 1 8 6.7 HICKS, Antoine 4 1 2 0 2 2.0 1 2 0.5 BOYCE, Josh 4 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 0.2 SHIVERS, Luke 4 1 0 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 -0.2 Total 4 160 941 67 874 5.5 10 65 218.5 Opponents 4 149 675 75 600 4.0 3 44 150.0
PLAYER PACHALL, Casey TEAM Total Opponents
GP EFFIC C MP-ATT-INT PCT YDS TD LNG YPG 4 164.95 74-107-2 69.2 875 10 73 218.8 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 4 163.43 74-108-2 68.5 875 10 73 218.8 4 153.79 83-126-1 65.9 989 9 64 247.2
PLAYER GP NO. YDS AVG TD LONG YPG BOYCE, Josh 4 25 400 16.0 3 68 100.0 DAWSON, Skye 4 14 158 11.3 2 73 39.5 HICKS, Antoine 4 7 53 7.6 0 21 13.2 4 5 53 10.6 0 19 13.2 CARTER, Brandon BROCK, Logan 4 4 41 10.2 2 23 10.2 JAMES, Waymon 4 4 22 5.5 0 8 5.5 PORTER, David 4 3 48 16.0 2 21 12.0 TUCKER, Matthew 4 3 41 13.7 0 30 10.2 4 3 29 9.7 0 13 7.2 JONES, Jonathan WHITE, Cam 4 3 23 7.7 0 9 5.8 SHIVERS, Luke 4 3 7 2.3 1 4 1.8 Total 4 74 875 11.8 10 73 218.8 Opponents 4 83 989 11.9 9 64 247.2
PLAYER GP Plays Rush Pass Total YPG 228.0 PACHALL, Casey 4 131 37 875 912 JAMES, Waymon 4 40 344 0 344 86.0 TUCKER, Matthew 4 53 266 0 266 66.5 DEAN, Aundre 3 19 105 0 105 35.0 DAWSON, Skye 4 3 44 0 44 11.0 1 6 36 0 36 36.0 WESLEY, Ed BROWN, Matt 3 6 20 0 20 6.7 FORT, Jercell 3 6 20 0 20 6.7 HICKS, Antoine 4 1 2 0 2 0.5 BOYCE, Josh 4 1 1 0 1 0.2 4 1 -1 0 -1 -0.2 SHIVERS, Luke Total 4 268 874 875 1749 437.2 Opponents 4 275 600 989 1589 397.2
I-----------------PATs-----------------I PLAYER TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP SAF PTS EVANS, Ross 0 5-8 19-20 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 34 TUCKER, Matthew 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 BOYCE, Josh 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 JAMES, Waymon 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 BROCK, Logan 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 PORTER, David 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 DAWSON, Skye 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 PACHALL, Casey 1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 1-2 0 0 8 BROWN, Matt 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 CARDER, Tank 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 HICKS, Antoine 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 SHIVERS, Luke 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 MCCOY, Greg 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Total 23 5-8 19-20 1-1 1 1-2 0 0 176 Opponents 12 6-7 9-11 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 99
PLAYER KELTON, Anson PACHALL, Casey Total Opponents
No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blk 10 408 40.8 55 1 4 0 0 1 17 17.0 17 0 0 0 0 11 425 38.6 55 1 4 0 0 22 916 41.6 54 4 0 4 0
Matthew Tucker leads the Frogs this season with five touchdowns.
TCU Season Statistics
PLAYER FGM-A Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk EVANS, Ross 5-8 62.5 0-1 3-3 1-1 1-3 0-0 44 0
PLAYER No. Yds Avg TD LG DAWSON, Skye 6 71 11.8 0 42 CARTER, Brandon 4 68 17.0 0 43 BURKS, Greg 0 5 0.0 0 5 Total 10 144 14.4 0 43 Opponents 4 29 7.2 0 9
PLAYER MCCOY, Greg JAMES, Waymon DAWSON, Skye SHIVERS, Luke Total Opponents
No. Yds Avg TD LG 11 406 36.9 1 94 3 107 35.7 1 82 1 13 13.0 0 13 1 11 11.0 0 11 16 537 33.6 2 94 26 541 20.8 0 55
PLAYER CARDER, Tank Total Opponents
No. Yds Avg TD LG 1 26 26.0 1 26 1 26 26.0 1 26 2 11 5.5 0 11
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PLAYER JAMES, Waymon MCCOY, Greg BOYCE, Josh TUCKER, Matthew DAWSON, Skye CARTER, Brandon DEAN, Aundre HICKS, Antoine PORTER, David BROCK, Logan PACHALL, Casey WESLEY, Ed JONES, Jonathan CARDER, Tank WHITE, Cam BROWN, Matt FORT, Jercell SHIVERS, Luke BURKS, Greg Total Opponents
G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot YPG 4 344 22 0 107 0 473 118.2 4 0 0 0 406 0 406 101.5 4 1 400 0 0 0 401 100.2 4 266 41 0 0 0 307 76.8 4 44 158 71 13 0 286 71.5 4 0 53 68 0 0 121 30.2 3 105 0 0 0 0 105 35.0 4 2 53 0 0 0 55 13.8 4 0 48 0 0 0 48 12.0 4 0 41 0 0 0 41 10.2 4 37 0 0 0 0 37 9.2 1 36 0 0 0 0 36 36.0 4 0 29 0 0 0 29 7.2 4 0 0 0 0 26 26 6.5 4 0 23 0 0 0 23 5.8 3 20 0 0 0 0 20 6.7 3 20 0 0 0 0 20 6.7 4 -1 7 0 11 0 17 4.2 4 0 0 5 0 0 5 1.2 4 874 875 144 537 26 2456 614.0 4 600 989 29 541 11 2170 542.5
PLAYER GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds Sacks Int-Yds PBU PD QBH FR/Yds FF BLK Saf CUBA, Tekerrein 4 20 12 32 0.5-0 . . 1 . . 1 . . . CARDER, Tank 4 12 11 23 0.5-2 . 1-26 1 . . . . . . CAIN, Kenny 3 12 11 23 1.0-3 1.0-3 . 1 . . . . . . FOBBS, Johnny 4 10 12 22 . . . 2 . . . . . . MAPONGA, Stansly 4 12 7 19 3.0-21 2.5-20 . 1 . 1-0 3 . . . VERRETT, Jason 4 12 4 16 . . . . . . . . . . THOMAS, Trent 4 13 3 16 1.5-4 . . . . 1-0 . . . . YENDREY, D.J. 4 4 11 15 2.5-9 1.5-6 . . . 1-0 . . . . GARDNER, Kris 4 9 5 14 0.5-0 . . 1 . . . . . . BATTLE, Travaras 4 12 1 13 . . . 1 . . 1 . . . WHITE, Kevin 4 11 2 13 2.5-10 . . . . . . . . . BROUGHTON, Braylon 4 3 9 12 4.0-10 1.0-6 . 1 2 . . 1 . . ANDERSON, Jonathan 4 7 3 10 . . . . . . . . . . HUNTER, Chuck 4 1 8 9 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . . FORREST, Ross 4 2 6 8 1.0-1 . . . . . . . . . GILDON, Deryck 4 5 3 8 . . . . . . . . . . KOONTZ, Jon 4 5 2 7 2.0-7 . . . . . . . . . MCCOY, Greg 4 7 . 7 . . . . . . . . . . JOHNSON, David 3 4 2 6 1.0-4 1.0-4 . . . . . . . . CARTER, Sam 4 2 4 6 . . . 1 . . . . . . BURNS, Ray 4 3 2 5 1.0-2 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . 4 . 4 4 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . . LEWIS, Jon OLABODE, Elisha 4 2 2 4 . . . 1 . . . . . . BURKS, Greg 4 1 2 3 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . GRAVES, Antonio 3 2 1 3 . . . . . . 1 . . . DEAN, Aundre 3 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . . BROCK, Tanner 1 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . . FULLER, Corey 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . PACHALL, Casey 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . PORTER, David 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . CARTER, Brandon 4 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . ALEXIS, Brian 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . SHELLEY, Daniel 4 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . FORT, Jercell 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . SHIVERS, Luke 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . ROBERTS, Blake 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . HASLEY, Joel 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . HEISS, Danny 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . Total 4 181 132 313 23-77 8-41 1-26 11 2 4-0 6 1 . . Opponents 4 173 114 287 16.0-67 4-41 2-11 9 6 3-10 8 1 . .
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#7 Greg McCoy, Sr., CB, Dallas, Texas By Imani Suber, TCU Media Relations Student Intern In the early moments of the third quarter, TCU led Louisiana Monroe by a slim 21-17 margin. The crowd was uneasy and the team needed a spark.
McCoy credits his coaches for creating a caring and supportive environment where the importance of going to class and studying are constantly stressed.
Enter senior cornerback Greg McCoy.
McCoy sees football as “a ministry” and a vehicle through which he can show others that God is working through him in a positive way. This includes being a role model for the young men in his family. He recalls how, within his family, there wasn’t a clear direction to go down in order to achieve success, and how he now sees it as his responsibility to help provide that.
McCoy received the ball at the six-yard line and ran 94 yards, electrifying the crowd with his second career kickoff return for a touchdown. The score lifted the team and the fans, turning the momentum solidly in TCU’s favor. The Frogs took control of the game and never looked back. This is only one chapter in the success story that is Greg McCoy. “I just wanted to give back to the special teams at that moment.” McCoy said. “I wanted to give back to those that where blocking. They did a great job on that play. All I had to do was run, and everything worked out just fine.” Things are truly working out fine for McCoy, who hails from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas. McCoy has started 18 consecutive games for the Frogs at cornerback dating back to the 2010 Fiesta Bowl. Last year in his first full season as a starter, he ranked 10th among Frog defenders with a career-high 30 tackles, including 24 solo stops. He added a pass breakup in the Frogs’ historic Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin. The kickoff return two weeks ago against ULM earned McCoy his first career Mountain West Player of the Week honor. Now in his first year of graduate school after earning his degree last spring, McCoy fought through a lot of adversity to achieve his goals. Academics were not always a priority for the fifthyear senior. “It actually feels great, being a person who didn’t know if they were going to graduate high school let alone college,” McCoy said. Though his home lies only an hour east on the other end of I-30, with all he’s achieved as a student-athlete at TCU, McCoy feels like he’s come a million miles. “A lot of times people play football and they don’t graduate,” McCoy said. “So this is an opportunity that you have to take advantage of, and it makes me feel good about myself knowing that I took advantage of the opportunity.” McCoy started approaching his academics differently after he was redshirted his freshman year. It was then, he says, when he began to understand that football wouldn’t last forever. “You go through this humbling stage when you find out that you’ve been redshirted, because everyone believes that they are going to start right out of high school,” McCoy said. “But when your bubble gets busted, you have to find another way. So I figured that I should focus on school just in case football didn’t work out.”
“When I was growing up, we didn’t have this one specific thing we did,” McCoy said. “It was normal to not be in school. It was normal to not have a job. I want to give my nephews somebody to look at and say, “Okay, THIS is what we do.” Throughout his TCU career, McCoy has experienced tremendous team and personal success, but he feels he has benefited the most from observing others and embracing the characteristics in them he admires. “I observe a lot of people, people who have qualities that I would love to have in certain areas,” McCoy said. “I try to take certain characteristics, and those have shaped me into the person I am today.” McCoy has a simple yet powerful approach for working through the adversity and pressure that come with playing in a top college program. “Prayer, faith and just being there before,” McCoy said. “The way I approach football is the way I approach my life.” McCoy is an active figure in the TCU Football Leadership Council. He recalls his time as a freshman and how hectic it was, and that’s why he is hands on in helping the Frogs’ freshmen players through their first season. “As a freshman, you’re in shock about a lot of things,” McCoy said. “My main role is just explaining to them what is going on and what is happening. I just try to slow it down for them and try to be there when they need some type of assistance.”
McCoy’s Career Statistics
Defense Year GP/S UT-AT-TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2008 12/0 4-4-8 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 13/2 18-4-22 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 4 0 0 2009 2010 13/13 24-6-30 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 6 0 0 2011 4/4 7-0-7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 42/19 53-14-67 0.0-0 0.0-0 5 10 0 0 Kickoff Returns Year GP/S No. 2008 12/0 0 2009 13/2 10 2010 13/13 5 2011 4/4 11 Totals 42/19 26
Yds Avg. TD Long 0 0.0 0 0 359 35.9 1 81 167 33.4 0 56 406 36.9 1 94 932 35.8 2 94
When asked what life lessons he would share with young athletes, McCoy returns to his own experiences. “Don’t let anyone predict your future,” McCoy said. “Don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t have what it takes, because I believe we are all capable of doing whatever we want to do in life. “My grandmother always told me, ‘Reach for the stars. You may miss, but you may just catch a cloud.’ Nobody can tell you that you can’t make it.”
SMU Team Statistics
SMU Depth Chart OFFENSE QB RB
15 2 48
22 Jared Williams 5-9 195 Fr. LT
Kelvin Beachum Jr.
Der’rikk Thompson 5-11 185 RFr.
5-10 175 Jr.
Terrance Wilkerson 5-10 180 Sr.
SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURN AVG. PUNT RETURN AVG. INT RETURN AVG. FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-AVG. PUNTS-Avg. Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions SACKS BY-Yards
5-10 228 So.
5-10 228 So.
230 Jr. 230 Jr.
5-10 225 So.
5-11 210 Jr.
5-11 195 Sr.
5-10 205 Sr.
5-11 200 Jr.
LCB FS SS
185 So. 205 So.
5-10 198 Sr.
RECEIVING Player GP Cole Beasley 4 Darius Johnson 4 4 Terrance Wilkerson
Rec. 31 27 13
PUNT RETURNS Player GP Cole Beasley 4 Richard Crawford 4
Att. Yds Avg. TD Lng 3 20 6.7 0 10 3 37 12.3 0 33
KICK RETURNS Player GP Der’rikk Thompson 4 James Richardson 4
Att. Yds Avg. TD Lng 4 74 18.5 0 31 2 53 26.5 0 33
Yds Avg. TD Lng Avg./G 376 12.1 0 38 94.0 398 14.7 2 33 99.5 183 14.1 0 47 45.8
No. Yds Avg Lng TB FC I20 Blk 12 453 37.8 48 0 1 4 0
5-11 180 Jr.
Der’rikk Thompson 5-11 185 RFr. Kenneth Acker
GP C-A-I Pct. Yds TD Lng Avg./G 4 86-144-3 59.7 1133 4 44 283.2 3 9-20-3 45.0 152 0 47 50.7
Yds Avg. TD Lng Avg./G 463 5.9 11 40 115.8 48 5.3 0 19 12.0 29 4.1 0 10 14.5
PUNTING Player Matt Stone
PASSING Player J.J. Mcdermott Kyle Padron
Att. 78 9 7
FG Pct. Lng Blk PAT Pts 2-2 100.0 29 0 16-17 22
GP 4 4 2
RUSHING Player Zach Line Jared Williams Rishad Wimbley
KICKING Player Case Hover
SMU Opp. 124 70 31.0 17.5 89 59 20 22 64 30 5 7 501 277 4.4 2.3 125.2 69.2 12 6 1285 752 95-164-6 75-126-1 7.8 6.0 13.5 10.0 321.2 188.0 4 2 1786 1029 6.4 4.2 446.5 257.2 20.3 22.5 9.5 3.2 12.0 30.3 12-6 12-3 22-48.0 18-44.8 12-37.8 24-40.0 36.2 36.0 32:39 27:21 27/53 (51%) 14/53 (26%) 1/8 (12%) 2/6 (33%) 13-86 11-53
SMU Individual Leaders
5-11 187 So.
DEFENSE Player GP Tkls TFL-Yds Sacks-Yds PBU FF FR Int Taylor Reed 4 33 3.5-17 2.0-14 2 0 0 0 Ryan Smith 4 22 1.0-4 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Ja’Gared Davis 4 20 3.5-11 1.5-5 4 1 1 1 Kenneth Acker 4 18 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Chris Banjo 3 18 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Cameron Rogers 4 17 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0 0 0 Taylor Thompson 4 15 3.5-21 3.5-21 0 2 0 0 Kevin Pope 4 14 1.0-10 1.0-10 0 0 0 0 Richard Crawford 4 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 5 1 0 0 Marquis Frazier 4 11 3.0-18 3.0-18 0 0 0 0 Victor Jones 3 10 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 Torlan Pittman 4 9 1.5-6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TCU Depth Chart 62 71 79 55 77 64 73 71 66 75 78 74 72 80 86 49 48 29 32 22 30 4 10 2 82 88 13 85 83 11 17 3 22 15
OFFENSE Jeff Olson Michael Thompson Nykiren Wellington Kyle Dooley Spencer Thompson James Fry Eric Tausch Michael Thompson Blaize Foltz John Wooldridge Robert Deck Ty Horn Bobby Thompson Logan Brock Corey Fuller Stephen Bryant Luke Shivers Matthew Tucker Waymon James Jercell Fort Aundre Dean Casey Pachall Matt Brown Trevone Boykin Josh Boyce Cam White Antoine Hicks LaDarius Brown Jonathan Jones Skye Dawson David Porter Brandon Carter Jercell Fort David Bush
6-4 6-4 6-6 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-0 6-1 5-8 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-4 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-10
300 345 275 315 305 290 295 315 310 310 275 320 290 260 255 220 220 218 203 195 215 216 185 215 203 190 212 216 215 175 195 161 195 165
Sr. RFr. RFr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. RFr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. RFr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. RFr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr.
90 97 or 98 NT 92 96 93 94 DT 61 or 53 99 RE 52 97 MLB 43 33 36 SLB 51 36 40 SS 17 23 26 FS 21 6 3 WS 1 41 26 18 CB or 25 2 7 CB 10
DEFENSE Stansly Maponga Jon Koontz Cliff Murphy Ray Burns Chuck Hunter Jeremy Coleman D.J.Yendrey Jon Lewis David Johnson Braylon Broughton Ross Forrest Jon Koontz Tank Carder Kris Gardner Deryck Gildon Kenny Cain Deryck Gildon Greg Burks Sam Carter Trent Thomas Devin Johnson Johnny Fobbs Elisha Olabode Chris Hackett Tekerrein Cuba Jonathan Anderson Devin Johnson Travaras Battle Kevin White Jason Verrett Greg McCoy Brian Alexis
6-2 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-9
265 230 260 290 305 290 273 275 270 272 265 230 237 238 225 210 225 222 220 190 188 203 182 185 210 208 188 180 174 180 181 160
So. So. RFr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. RFr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. RFr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. RFr. Jr. So. RFr. So. Sr. Jr.
PK SN H KO P KR PR
SPECIALISTS Ross Evans Daniel Shelley Anson Kelton Ross Evans Anson Kelton Greg McCoy Skye Dawson Skye Dawson
5-9 6-1 6-4 5-9 6-4 5-10 5-10 5-10
185 228 280 185 280 181 175 175
Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.
LT LG C RG RT TE FB TB or QB WR WR or WR WR
37 50 47 37 47 7 11 11
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QB | 6-4 | 230 | JR-2L
WR | 5-10 | 175 | JR-1L
CB | 5-11 | 195 | SR-1L
WR | 5-11 | 185 | FR-RS
DE | 6-6 | 285 | SR-3L
DE | 6-3 | 285 | SR-2L
WR | 5-9 | 180 | SR-3L
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RG | 6-3 | 315 | SR-3L
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Q&A - S Tekerrein Cuba Tekerrein Cuba, in his first year as a fulltime starter, is one of the senior leaders of the Frogs’ secondary. He recently sat down with a TCU Media Relations staff member for a question-and-answer session. Do you feel any extra pressure following the graduation of Tejay Johnson and Colin Jones? “You just mentioned some great athletes in Tejay and Colin. They were great teammates to play with on and off the field, and I think it’s a little bit of pressure on me because I looked up to them. Now I have younger guys looking up to me, so I’m going try to be the best role model for them.” Your hometown is a football hotbed. How much pride do you have for Tyler? “Over the years, there have been a lot of Tyler guys play here. I think it’s a great opportunity for East Texans to see what TCU is all about.”
33333Tekerrein Cuba Senior | Safety | 6-4 | 210 Hometown: Tyler, Texas High School: Robert E. Lee HS Major: Communications Parents: Don and Debra Cuba CAREER STATS Defense
Year GP/S UT-AT-TT TFL QBS INT PBU FR FF 2008 7/1 7-5-12 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 2009 10/2 15-6-21 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 2010 13/6 32-17-49 2.0-3 0.0-0 0 1 0 0 2011 4/4 20-12-32 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 1 0 1 Totals 34/13 74-40-114 3.0-4 0.0-0 0 3 0 1
How do you like to spend your free time? “When I do have free time, when I’m not studying or in the playbook or something like that, I am probably playing video games with my teammates.” What would you tell someone who is weighing a chance to play for TCU? “I would say that this a great campus to be on. It’s not that big but, at the same time, not too small. It’s a great environment both on campus and off campus. I’ve had a great experience here.” Why did you decide to play for TCU? “What sold me and my family wasn’t just football. It was the high academic standard and the way TCU graduates its players. I liked it here, and I wanted to be the first person in my family to graduate.” How quickly has your career flown by? “It has gone by really fast. It seems like last year I was just coming in as a freshman. Right now I’m just trying to better myself for the team so that we can have another great season like we did last year.” How do you feel about your senior class having the chance to set the program’s alltime wins record? “We’ve been thinking about it, but not too much. We have to take it one game at a time. When that time comes along, we’ll start thinking more about it.” What are your plans following the end of your TCU career? “I will finish my degree in December. My degree will be in communications, and I will have a minor in criminal justice. I’m looking to do something in those fields.”
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Air Force (2-1) Date 9/3 9/10 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/13 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26
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ULM (1-3) Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 12/3
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Portland State (2-1) Date 9/3 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19
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SMU (3-1) Date 9/4 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26
Opponent at Texas A&M vs. UTEP vs. Northwestern State at Memphis at TCU vs. UCF at Southern Miss at Tulsa vs. Tulane vs. Navy at Houston vs. Rice
2011 Mountain West Conference Standings
Time/Result W, 50-48 W, 48-0 W, 56-31 2:30 p.m. TBA 2:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA 2:30 p.m. TBA
Time/Result W, 37-20 L, 19-35 W, 63-24 11 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m.
Time/Result L, 0-34 W, 35-7 L, 17-38 L, 17-45 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA
Time/Result W, 52-0 W, 31-29 L, 13-55 2:30 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m.
Time/Result L, 14-46 W, 28-17 W, 40-7 W, 42-0 2:30 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA TBA TBA
Opponent Scoreboard Team (Coaches/AP) TCU (20/20) Colorado State Boise State (4/4) San Diego State Wyoming UNLV Air Force New Mexico
San Diego State (3-1) Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/8 10/13 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3
Opponent vs. Cal Poly at Army vs. Washington State at Michigan vs. TCU at Air Force vs. Wyoming vs. New Mexico at Colorado State vs. Boise State at UNLV vs. Fresno State
New Mexico (0-4) Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 12/3
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BYU (2-2) Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/23 9/30 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/28 11/12 11/19 12/3
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Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3
Opponent vs. Weber State vs. Texas State at Bowling Green vs. Nebraska at Utah State vs. UNLV at San Diego State vs. TCU at Air Force vs. New Mexico at Boise State at Colorado State
Time/Result W, 49-21 W, 23-20 W, 42-24 L, 7-28 9:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. 7 p.m.
Time/Result L, 10-14 L, 3-52 L, 13-59 L, 45-48 (ot) 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m.
Time/Result W, 14-13 L, 16-17 L, 10-54 W, 24-17 7 p.m. TBA TBA 2 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA TBA 6:30 p.m.
Time/Result W, 35-32 W, 45-10 W, 28-27 L, 14-38 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 9 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.
MWC 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1
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Overall 3-1 3-1 3-0 3-1 3-1 1-3 2-1 0-4
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Boise State (3-0) Date 9/3 9/16 9/24 10/1 10/7 10/15 10/22 11/5 11/12 11/19 11/26 12/3
Opponent vs. Georgia (Atlanta) at Toledo vs. Tulsa vs. Nevada at Fresno State at Colorado State vs. Air Force at UNLV vs. TCU at San Diego State vs. Wyoming vs. New Mexico
Colorado State (3-1)
Streak Won 3 Won 1 Won 5 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 7
Time/Result W, 35-21 W, 40-15 W, 41-21 1:30 p.m. 8 p.m. 5 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m
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Opponent at Wisconsin at Washington State vs. Hawai’i vs. Southern Utah at Nevada at Wyoming vs. Colorado State vs. Boise State at New Mexico at Air Force vs. San Diego State at TCU
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TCU Women’s Golf Update The TCU women’s golf team won the Mountain West Conference championship last spring for the second time in five years. Head Coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin’s squad returns three all-conference selections in 2011-12, including Brooke Beeler, who earned her second career selection. The Frogs opened their fall campaign last week with a top-10 finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge, and finished runner up earlier this week at the UNM - Dick McGuire Invitational.
By Mark Cohen, TCU Media Relations The defending Mountain West champion TCU women’s golf program entered the 2011-12 campaign with momentum and 16 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances. Under 18th-year head coach Angie Ravaioli-Larkin, who has been named the MW Coach of the Year the last two seasons, TCU has topped the league in all-conference selections the last three years. Brooke Beeler, Melissa Loh and Sanna Nuutinen were recognized as All-MW honorees in 2010-11 with Nuutinen becoming the first Horned Frog since 2001 to receive conference Freshman of the Year accolades. A senior from Butler, Ill., Beeler topped TCU while placing second in the MW with a 73.7
stroke average last year. She won the Alamo Invitational while taking runner-up honors at the Windy City Collegiate Classic and Central District Invitational. Her opening-round 65 at the Central District Invitational in Parrish, Fla., set a TCU record.
Alexandra Bonetti (Paris, France), April McCoy (Carrollton, Texas) and Elisabeth Haavardsholm (Lomedalen, Norway). McCoy was ranked as the No. 31 recruit in the nation by the American Junior Golf Association, while Bonetti was the 2010 British Girls’ Amateur champion.
Beeler recorded six top-20 results in 11 tournaments, including four top-10 efforts. She was TCU’s top finisher in six events.
The Horned Frogs, ranked 22nd in the preseason, opened the 2011-12 campaign two weeks ago with an eighth-place finish at the Golfweek Conference Challenge in Edwards, Colo. Nuutinen and Raastad carded final-round 72s to lead a late surge for TCU. Nuutinen was the top Horned Frog finisher, tying for 11th individually.
Beeler represented the United States this summer at the World University Games in China. She also received an exemption to play in the LPGA Tour’s State Farm Classic in June. The honor roll continued into the fall for Beeler with Golf World tabbing her as one of 50 women’s collegiate players to watch this season. Raastad recorded five top-20 results in 11 tournaments last season. The Asker, Norway, native joined Beeler and Loh as the only Horned Frogs to play in all 11 tournaments a year ago. Nuutinen placed third on TCU and sixth in the league with a 75.5 stroke average. TCU women’s golfers continue to make their mark in the classroom as Loh and Katy Cardno were named All-America Scholars by the National Golf Coaches Association. Additionally, Loh graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Helping bolster this year’s returnees is an impressive freshman class of
Just a few days after returning from Colorado, TCU was back on the road as it began play last Sunday at the Dick McGuire Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M. The Horned Frogs went down to the wire in Albuquerque as they looked to capture their third tournament championship in the last 10 events. TCU posted a top-five finish with Beeler and McCoy recording top-20 results. TCU returns to the links Monday at the Windy City Classic in Chicago.
TCU Men’s Golf Update The TCU men’s golf team returns three golfers to its lineup this season who helped the squad advance to the NCAA Regional Championships for the 22nd consecutive year last spring. In addition to three-time All-Mountain West Conference selection Johan de Beer (pictured below right), juniors Pontus Gad and Daniel Jennevret also are back for Head Coach Bill Montigel’s program. Freshman Julien Brun, a France native who is one of the world’s top amateur golfers, has already given the Horned Frogs a boost early on this fall.
By Andy Anderson, TCU Media Relations The TCU men’s golf team enters the 2011-12 campaign with a long tradition of excellence on which to build. Last season’s squad advanced to the NCAA Regional Championships for the 22nd consecutive year, by far the longest postseason streak in the history of TCU’s overall athletics program. Head Coach Bill Montigel, who is entering his 24th season guiding the Frogs, is one of only four coaches in the nation to take his team to the regional tournament each of the last 22 years. While making the regional field is a yearly tradition of the TCU program, expectations do not end there. The Frogs have played in the NCAA Championship 12 times in Montigel’s tenure while posting two top-10 finishes, including a ninth-place showing three seasons ago. The Frogs lost one of their top golfers from 2011 in AllAmerican Tom Hoge, who qualified for a PGA Tour event during the past summer, however the amount of returning talent on the squad should help mitigate the departure. The other four individuals who competed for the Frogs in last spring’s regional tournament each return. Leading the returning talent is Johan de Beer, the lone senior expected to see regular competition for the squad this season. A native of Pretoria, South Africa, de Beer has been one of the team’s most consistent performers in its Mountain West Conference era. Last spring, de Beer became the first Frog ever to be named All-MWC three consecutive seasons, while his final national ranking of No. 126 was second only to Hoge’s position (No. 117). Also back on the course this season are juniors Pontus Gad and Daniel Jennevret, natives of Sweden, who filled the No. 3 and 4 holes in TCU’s lineup last season. Jennevret posted three top-10 finishes as a sophomore, while Gad twice placed in the top 20. Both Frogs are expected to take another step forward this season while helping TCU form a consistent lineup.
The fourth returnee from last season’s NCAA Regional team, senior Eli Cole, is doubtful for both the fall and spring seasons after suffering a leg injury during the summer. The Frogs will look to a large group of young golfers to fill the No. 5 spot in the lineup while Cole recovers from injury. Sophomore Ian Phillips has been in the role so far this fall, but others with varsity experience who could also earn opportunities to play include senior Matt Johnson and sophomore Johnny Antle. While Cole’s off-season injury is a blow for TCU, the arrival of freshman Julien Brun should prove to be a major addition to the program. Brun, who hails from Antibes, France, is one of the most highly regarded recruits in Montigel’s tenure. He brings a top-30 world amateur ranking with him to TCU and owns the talent to compete right away for the Frogs at the national level. TCU is already off to a fast start to the 2011-12 campaign, having claimed a pair of runner-up appearances and an individual title in the first two tournaments of the fall schedule. Brun proved that he is ready for college golf in his first event, when he won top medalist honors in early September at the Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate in Verona, N.Y.. In the process, he became the first freshman golfer to win the first college tournament in which he competed dating back to Montigel’s arrival with the program. Brun continued his hot start into the team’s second tournament, as he tied for third place at The McLaughlin two weeks ago in Farmington, N.Y. So far in six rounds as a Frog, Brun has shot even-par or better each time out.
par 65 in the final round of The McLaughlin, the best round by a Frog this fall. Jennevret entered the week atop the Mountain West’s leaderboard for stroke average, one spot in front of Brun. As is the case almost every year, TCU has another tough schedule lined up for 2011-12. Two solid tournaments featuring challenging national fields remain this fall in the Jack Nicklaus Invitational Oct. 10-11 in Columbus, Ohio, and the Isleworth Collegiate Invitational Oct. 25-28 in Windmere, Fla. The spring season is highlighted by several warm-weather destinations, with tournaments in locations such as Kona, Hawaii; Jacksonville, Fla.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Augusta, Ga.; and Scottsdale, Ariz. The Frogs’ lone tournament within the borders of the Lone Star State will be in March at the Morris Williams Invitational in Austin. TCU will make its final appearance at the MWC Championship May 3-5 in Tucson, Ariz., before joining the BIG EAST Conference next fall. This year’s NCAA Championships will be played at historic Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, Calif., host of the 1948 U.S. Open and a pair of PGA Championships (1983 and 1995).
While the freshman sensation has experienced a solid start to his career, it is Jennevret who has actually been the Frog with the sharpest game so far this fall. Jennevret leads the squad with a 68.5 stroke average and has finished as the runner-up individual in both of TCU’s tournaments. He fired a six-under
A Rich History Long before Gary Patterson’s TCU squads were stringing together double-digit win seasons and bowl victories, the Horned Frogs were piling up wins as a major force in the old Southwest Conference. TCU is the place where college football legends Davey O’Brien and Slingin’ Sammy Baugh helped to redefine the quarterback position for the modern era, where Jim Swink ran wild on opposing defenses in 1955 and Bob Lilly began his Pro Football Hall of Fame journey. Overall, TCU has won 16 conference championships and made 26 bowl game appearances in its history. Forty-five Frogs have been named All-Americans.
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TCU’s most successful decade, the 1930s, saw the program collect a pair of national championships (1935 and 1938) and more wins (84) under Hall of Fame head coach Dutch Meyer than any other program in the nation. Abe Martin continued TCU’s run with three SWC titles in a five-year stretch in the 1950s. The Frogs’ most successful season during TCU’s early era came during the 1938 season, when O’Brien capped his Heisman Trophy-winning season by leading TCU to a perfect 12-0 record and the No. 1 final ranking by the Associated Press. The Frogs defeated Carnegie Tech, 15-7, in the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2, 1939 to secure the first undefeated and untied season in school history.
A New Era That same high TCU standard that was born in the early days has re-emerged for Frog football under the watch of head coach Gary Patterson. The program has experienced a renaissance over the last decade that has seen the program return to its rightful place among the nation’s elite, as evidenced by college football’s fifth-best winning percentage since 2000 (.788). TCU has closed the year with a top-25 national ranking and at least 10 wins eight times in the last 11 seasons. The squad has earned a top-10 rating each of the last three years and four times overall dating back to 2005. TCU has posted perfect regular seasons each of the last two years to earn back-to-back trips to BCS games. The 2010 season, which TCU capped with a 13-0 record and Rose Bowl victory, marked the Frogs’ first perfect season since the 1938 national championship campaign. The team finished the year
ranked No. 2 in both the Associated Press Top 25 and USA Today Coaches’ Poll. Overall, the Frogs have played in 12 bowl games in the last 13 years. The squad also has won six conference titles in the last decade while making a name for itself against some of the nation’s top programs. While TCU’s profile has risen, so has that of its players. Frogs who have received major accolades during the Gary Patterson era include LaDainian Tomlinson, the 2000 Doak Walker Award Winner, Jerry Hughes, a two-time consensus first-team All-American and winner of the Lott Trophy and Hendricks Award, and Jake Kirkpatrick, who capped his senior season in 2010 by winning the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top center. Seven Frogs have been named All-Americans during the last two seasons, more than TCU had recorded over the previous 16 seasons combined.
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Campus Quick Facts 4 Enrollment of 9,142 (7,853undergraduates) 4 131 undergraduate areas of study 4 Eight different colleges on campus 4 49 master’s level programs 4 20 areas of doctoral study 4 Approximately 1,825 employees 4 523 full-time faculty members 4 84 percent of faculty hold highest degree in their discipline 4 2011 budget of $381 million 4 78,000 living alumni 4 Founded in 1873 4 TCU’s endowment is among the nation’s top 60 colleges 4 Campus is 275 acres 4 Wireless networking provided throughout campus 4 More than 60 religious groups represented on campus 4 More than 35 fraternities and sororities 4 More than 200 academic and social organizations 4 Ranked in top 20 of U.S. News & World Report’s Up & Coming National Universities list 4 Bloomberg ranked TCU’s business school No. 29 in 2010 4 Estimated annual cost, including tuition, room and board, books and fees, is $41,000
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The Future of TCU Football On Aug. 16, 2010, TCU announced a $105 million renovation of the west side and north end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium to better enhance football fans’ experience, upgrade amenities and transform the historic Fort Worth icon into the “Camden Yards” of collegiate football stadiums. Additional funding was then raised in order to expand the project to include the stadium’s east side, pushing the total project cost to $143 million. Work on the renovation, which has been fully funded by a group of 95 donors, began immediately following the 2010 season and will be completed prior to the start of the 2012 campaign. Following construction, the completely renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium will have a seating capacity of approximately 43,000. TCU began examining the possibility of renovating its stadium in 2006 when Luther King, then chairman of TCU’s Board of Trustees (BOT), appointed Clarence Scharbauer, the current BOT chairman, to lead a stadium renovation committee. The group’s invaluable work, along with that of TCU administrators, led to a stadium renovation that will lift the historical icon to a level of national visibility on par with the University’s championship-winning football team. Built in 1930, this is the first major renovation to the stadium since the upper deck was added in 1956. Designed by HKS Sports & Entertainment Group, who most recently completed work on the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, the renovation greatly enhances the fan experience by improving stadium accessibility, seating and views of the playing field. The renovation consists of: 4New concession stands for better access and reduced wait times 4A new, raised seating bowl on the west and east sides and north end for enhanced field views 425 suites, 2,300 club seats and lounges on the west side of the stadium
4Elevators and escalators for improved accessibility and crowd flow 4Upgraded and additional men’s and women’s restrooms 4A new press box
According to HKS, the design references the 1930s style of Southwestern art deco prevalent throughout Fort Worth and the surrounding region. Suites and lounges also will reflect the Southwestern art deco as well as the graphics and way-finding signage throughout the stadium. By integrating the University colors, HKS has created a unique look and feel for the renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium. In addition, the north concourse will mirror the south concourse and fans will be able to see the field while walking through either concourse.
Description of Renderings 1. The facade of the west stands will be ensconced in art deco detail of the 1930s, the era in which the stadium was built. A monument park and other decor around the stadium will showcase the great moments in TCU football history. 2. The stadium’s east side will also be completely reconstructed, adding a second deck of seating. 3. View north from the south end zone. A new video board will debut above the north stands during the 2011 season.
4. View south from the north end zone. A second video board located between the Meyer-Martin Athletic Complex and east stands will also debut during the 2011 season. 5. Views of the Club Lounge from the Suite Level promise to be spectacular. Lounges will open two hours before kickoff and stay open an hour after the game.
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Amon G. Carter Stadium When the Frog faithful began to overflow the stands at Clark Field, the TCU Board of Trustees realized that a new stadium was needed for the TCU football program. Thus, the Board of Trustees voted for a new stadium and created the Athletics Committee to study the cost as well as find a way to pay for it.
publisher recommended that Fort Worth residents raise 60 percent of the money for the stadium. Eventually, the sides settled on selling mortgage bonds to construct a $350,000 stadium that would seat 27,000, but could expand to over 60,000.
grandstand increased capacity by 8,500 to a total of 30,500 while three years later, 2,500 seats were added to the north end zone to up the total to 33,000. In 1953, the stadium once again expanded to a total capacity of 37,000 following a 4,000seat expansion to the east grandstands.
Momentum for the new stadium hit an all-time high when the Frogs claimed their first Southwest Conference championship on November 30, 1929, when all-conference quarterback Howard Grubbs engineered a late fourth-quarter drive to tie crosstown rival SMU, 7-7. In Francis Schmidt’s first season with the Frogs, TCU concluded the season with a 9-0-1 record, and stadium talks began to heat up.
The TCU Board of Trustees endorsed the settlement, and in 1929, a football stadium began to take shape. Less than one year after beginning construction on the stadium, the Frogs played their first game against the University of Arkansas on October 11, 1930. With Amon G. Carter Stadium at capacity of 22,000, the Frogs defeated the Razorbacks soundly by a 40-0 count, which marked a crowning achievement and the perfect dedicatory battle.
Amon G. Carter Stadium reached another milestone in 1956 as a two-level press box and upper deck area were added, which featured a giant 60’ x 120’ display of the school’s logo - the curved Purple and White “TCU.” When construction was completed in 1956, the official capacity of Amon G. Carter Stadium was 46,083 - over double what it was when originally constructed. Minor improvements were made over the next four decades, including the switch from artificial turf to natural grass prior to the beginning of the 1992 season.
The Athletics Committee recommended that the University begin a “quiet campaign” headed by Fort Worth Star-Telegram owner and publisher Amon G. Carter to raise $150,000 for the stadium that would seat roughly 30,000. The newspaper
Over the next two decades, several expansions of Amon G. Carter Stadium began to take shape from the end zone to the east grandstand areas. In 1948, construction to the east
Major changes to Amon G. Carter Stadium began in 1996 when the Walsh Physical Performance Complex was
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constructed at the cost of over $11 million, which included a home to the TCU Sports Medicine Center, football locker room expansion, weight room and equipment room. The complex was dedicated to former TCU trustee - F. Howard Walsh, and his wife, Mary D. Fleming-Walsh. The weight room inside the Walsh Physical Performance Center received a $100,000 renovation in Summer 2006 and now sits at over 9,000-square-feet. In 2002, a new scoreboard and video board were installed in the north end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium following a generous donation by the Dave E. Bloxom Sr. Foundation. The John S. Justin Athletic Center was also completed in 2002 in the south end zone of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The facility houses offices for all Frog football coaches and staff along with the TCU Athletics Administration. The John S. Justin Athletic Center also contains a video lab, academic learning areas, team
1. TCU vs. Utah (Nov. 14, 2009) 50,307
6. TCU vs. San Diego St. (Nov. 13, 2010) 45,694
2. TCU vs. Baylor (Sept. 18, 2010) 47,393
7. TCU vs. Texas Tech (Sept. 16, 2006) 45,647
3. TCU vs. Texas (Nov. 17, 1984) 47,280
8. TCU vs. Texas (Sept. 27, 1994) 44,821
4. TCU vs. Texas A&M (Oct. 19, 1957) 47,000
9. TCU vs. Arkansas (Oct. 1, 1966) 44,415
5. TCU vs. Air Force (Oct. 23, 2010) 46,096
10. TCU vs. Texas A&M (Nov. 25, 1995) 44,282
meeting rooms and the Encke Heritage Center, which plays home to a vast collection of trophies and other historical athletics memorabilia. The field at Amon G. Carter Stadium was renamed after W.A. “Monty & Tex” Moncrief in 2003 following a $3-million donation to the football program in honor of the legendary oil family and one of the first families of Philanthropy in the State of Texas. Also in 2003, Amon G. Carter Stadium became the home of the annual Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Game. The first major recent expansion to Amon G. Carter Stadium came in August 2008 when the 40,000-square-foot Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center was constructed. At a cost of $13 million, the addition was fully-funded by nine donors and featured six luxury suites, 250 club seats, academic and team meeting space as well as a player lounge area. Frog faithful also
received a unique view of Amon G. Carter Stadium, as the suites are the closest suites to the field in any stadium in the country. The project increased the stadium’s total capacity to 44,358. Thanks to a planned $143 million renovation project, the 2010 season marked the final campaign at Amon G. Carter Stadium as fans have grown to know it. The stadium’s final game (pictured above) occurred on Nov. 13, 2010, as TCU defeated San Diego State by a count of 40-35 in front of a sellout crowd of 45,694 spectators. The win marked the Frogs’ 20th straight at home, a school record that stretches back to the 2007 season. The west side of Amon G. Carter Stadium was reduced to a pile of rubble in the early morning of Sunday, Dec. 5, 2010. A planned implosion brought down the high-rising stands and press box in less than 30 seconds.
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2011-12 Cheerleaders555 Front Row (L to R): Kayla, Kristin F., Lesley, Sarah, Delaney, Heather, Skylar, Taylor and Brittany. Middle Row (L to R): Keegan, Ainsley, Katie, Kelsey D., Chanie, Thornell, Maddy, Meryl, Katie K., Becka, Marshall and Taylor L. Back Row (L to R): Ashley, Lauren, Kyra, Jasmine, Morgan, Kelsey P., Bailey, Kaely,Victoria, Caitlin, Kristen H., Kelsie B., Ashtyn and Amanda.
333 SuperFrog, Offical TCU Mascot TCU’s mascot, SuperFrog, the costumed Horned Frog that represents the University and the entire TCU Athletics Department, is one of the most unique mascots in all of college athletics. SuperFrog has been selected as one of 12 finalists for this year’s Capital One All-America Mascot Challenge. He will be featured in this year’s Capital One Mascot Challenge television ads, which will be aired nationally on the ABC/ESPN family of networks. Voting for the mascot of the year is open now. The mascots are matched up against each other each week throughout the season, with the top eight in voting advancing to the playoffs later in the year. Fans are encouraged to visit CapitalOneBowl.com, or click on the Mascot Challenge link on GoFrogs.com, and cast their votes early and often, as there are no limits on the number of votes an individual may cast.
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2011-12 Showgirls555 Front Row (L to R): Caroline, Katarina, Jordan and Lauren J.
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Fight Song We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!
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Horned Frog Traditions Tradition runs deep at TCU, and it all begins with the Horned Frog. Some say the frog was chosen as the school’s mascot because the football practice field was overrun with the small, spiny lizards. Others say its feisty attitude simply matched the tough frontier spirit shown by TCU itself. Other school traditions include TCU’s school colors, purple and white. The former represents royalty, the latter a clean game. Swaying while singing the alma mater is a must. So is learning how to do the Horned Frog hand sign. And new students may not have any idea what Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo means now, but they’ll soon discover that it’s one of the oldest cheers in the country.
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WHAT THE HECK IS A HORNED FROG? The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” Their primary diet is red harvester ants; they eat 80 to 100 a day. The typical horned frog is three to five inches long. Horned frogs are cold-blooded and have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoologists believe is part of their system of thermoregulation. When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four-foot stream of blood from their eyes. The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas in 1992.
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Frogs in the Pros TCU has a long and distinguished history of sending players on to careers in pro football. The last decade in particular has seen several Horned Frogs move on to success in the National Football League. Overall, 27 former TCU players were on NFL training camp rosters at one point this summer, including 13 rookies who played for TCU during its perfect 13-0 season in 2010. Running back LaDainian Tomlinson (New York Jets), the 2006 NFL MVP who owns the leagueâ€™s single-season touchdown record, leads all former Frogs in tenure in his 11th season. Other Frogs excelling in the pro ranks include starting linebackers David Hawthorne (Seattle Seahawks) and Daryl Washington (Arizona Cardinals) while former Frogs Michael Toudouze (Indianapolis Colts) and Marshall Newhouse (Green Bay Packers) both played for recent Super Bowl champions. Included among the five TCU players selected in the 2011 NFL Draft was Andy Dalton, who became the first Frog quarterback drafted since Busty Underwood in 1971 when Cincinnati Bengals chose him early in the second round.
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Frogs on Radio TCU-IMG Sports Network Crew Brian Estridge is in his 14th season at TCU providing insightful and entertaining play-by-play as the “Voice of the Horned Frogs” and Director of Broadcasting. In addition to his TCU radio responsibilities, Estridge has also provided play-by-play for numerous ESPNU and CBS/Westwood One radio productions. The Kershaw, S.C., native’s radio career began at age 14 with stops along the way in South Carolina, North Carolina and Ohio where he served as the play-by-play voice of Miami (Ohio) University and Appalachian State University. His play-by-play has been
honored by both the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters (TAPB) and the Press Club of Dallas as the best play-by-play in the state. Estridge is the co-host of The WBAP Morning News, DFW’s top-rated morning show. John Denton, a former Horned Frog kicker, is in his 23rd year serving as color analyst on the TCU Sports Network. Denton lettered four years as a kicker and
TCU-IMG Sports Network On July 1, 2006, TCU reached a seven-year agreement with IMG Sports, the national leader in collegiate sports marketing, that provides the company with primary multi-media rights to TCU Athletics. With the partnership, IMG Sports receives the rights to all sales and marketing opportunities associated with Horned Frog sports, including the TCU radio network for all sports, print advertising in various athletic department publications, promotions and all signage in TCU athletics facilities. In the spring of 2010, TCU announced a new five-year radio partnership with WBAP 820 AM and 96.7 FM that began in the 2010-11 athletics campaign. TCU receives an enhanced national presence through WBAP, which operates one of the most powerful stations in the country. The night-time signal reaches 38 states in addition to parts of Canada and Mexico. WBAP consistently ranks as one of the top-rated radio stations in the Metroplex. The TCU- IMG Sports Network broadcasts can also be heard in the Metroplex on 88.7 FM KTCU, in Houston on 100.7 KKHTFM and around the world via the internet on gofrogs.com. TCU also features a Spanish language broadcast on Univision Radio KFLC-AM 1270.
Gary Patterson Radio Show PRESENTED BY LEGACYTEXAS BANK The Gary Patterson Call-In Radio Show Presented by LegacyTexas Bank airs each Thursday throughout the season from 6-7 p.m. on 92.1 FM The Legend. The show, hosted by Brian Estridge, features TCU players, coaches and fans and broadcasts live from Railhead Smokehouse in Fort Worth.
punter for the Horned Frogs from 1981-84. Denton has drawn myriad assignments with Westwood One and CBS Radio Sports and their coverage of the NCAA Tournament, NFL Monday Night Football, NFL Playoffs and Major League Baseball’s Game of the Week, as well as working with ESPN. In addition to his TCU football color analyst duties, Denton serves as analyst for Horned Frog men’s basketball broadcasts and is TCU Athletics’ Director of Major Gifts.
Jeff Williams is back for his 13th season as the sideline reporter for the TCU Sports Network. Serving as the play-by-play voice of TCU women’s basketball since 1998, Williams began in 1999 as the sideline analyst for TCU radio and television broadcasts in football. He also provides play-by-play accounts for select Frog men’s basketball games. A current staff member at WBAP radio, Williams was the play-byplay voice of Penn State women’s basketball from 1993-95. PRODUCTION STAFF Josiah Miller—Producer/Engineer (7th year) Kyle Crews—Production Assistant (3rd year) Robert Smith—Studio Host (1st year) Wayne Gossard—Spotter (21st year) Bryan Lucas—Network Engineer (1st year) Brian Sperry—Statistician (16th year)
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Spanish Broadcast Crew Miguel Cruz, a veteran broadcaster in the Metroplex area, became the first-ever play-by-play announcer for TCU’s Spanish language broadcast when it debuted on Univision Radio 1270 AM in 2010. Cruz has spent the last eight years covering sports in Dallas-Fort Worth for Univision. In addition to hosting the daily radio show Ultima Jugada 1270 AM and the weekly television show Accion Deportiva Extra on Univision 23, Cruz also has been sideline reporter for Dallas Cowboys broadcasts and provided Spanish color analysis for the Dallas Mavericks’ Univision radio broadcast.
Elvis Gallegos, a four-year letterman as a Horned Frog safety (2003-06), is in his second season as analyst for TCU’s Spanish language broadcast. Gallegos played in 45 games as a Frog while helping the team post three 11-win seasons and a pair of bowl victories. He finished second on the team in tackles in 2004 with 56 stops while making a career-high seven starts at free safety in Gary Patterson’s defensive system. ELVIS GALLEGOS
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Winning intercollegiate athletics titles demands a team effort. To build these championship teams, scholarships are vital to attracting and recruiting the highest caliber student-athletes possible. Giving to the TCU Frog Club goes directly to the Scholarships for Champions campaign. In 2010-11, the total surpassed $5 million for the first time, representing more than half the total cost of funding TCUâ€™s 300 athletics scholarships.
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2011 Athletics Donors $1 MILLION+ LIFETIME DONORS
The TCU Frog Club would like to thank the following donors for their generous lifetime contributions of at least $1 million: Mrs. Carol Margaret Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lowe
T. J. Brown & C. A. Lupton Foundation, Inc.
Luther King Capital Management Corporation
Amon G. Carter Foundation
Mary Potishman Lard Trust
Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly Cox
Mr. W. A. Moncrief, Jr.
David E. Bloxom, Sr. Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. John V. Roach
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Enis
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scharbauer III
Four Sevens Oil Company, Limited
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scharbauer
Jane & John Justin Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Schollmaier
John L. Cox Company
The Walsh Foundation
The late Mr. John S. Justin
Mr. Duer Wagner III
Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther King, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walsh, Jr. William A. & Elizabeth B. Moncrief Foundation William and Catherine Bryce Memorial Fund
Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden The late Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Lowdon, Jr. Lowdon Family Foundation
The TCU Frog Club gratefully acknowledges its members and donors who contribute annual gifts and make it possible for more than 300 TCU student-athletes to receive athletic scholarships. On behalf of the TCU Athletics department and all student-athletes wearing the Purple and White, the Board of Directors and the TCU Frog Club say, “Thank You.” The following donors made contributions of $1,500 or more to the TCU Frog Club between June 1, 2010 and May 31, 2011.
$500,000+ Mrs. Carol Margaret Allen Amon G. Carter Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Enis Jane & John Justin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther King, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lowe Luther King Capital Management Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scharbauer III Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scharbauer The Walsh Foundation Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Jr.
$499,999 - $100,000 Mr. and Mrs. Rick L. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Berry Mr. Tom Bivins Larry and Patti Brogdon Mr. and Mrs. Peter Courtney III David E. Bloxom, Sr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Dee J. Kelly Leo Potishman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Levy Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden Mr. Dan E. Lowrance Mary Potishman Lard Trust Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mead Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Patton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve K. Perryman Mr. and Mrs. John V. Roach Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Schollmaier The Skyland Foundation Mr. Larry B. White, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George M.Young, Jr.
$99,999 - $50,000 Mr. Jack B. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. C. Jay Barlow Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Blackmon III Blackmoor Management Company Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Craine Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Davis Dr. and Mrs. T. Dean Fikar
Mr. and Mrs. Nick A. Giachino Global Gas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scot C. Hollmann Mrs. Linda D. Hrebec Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Hunt Jack Browning Baldwin Family Partnership Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Kritser, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Kyle, Jr. Kyle & Associates Dr. and Mrs. E. Alexander L’Heureux, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tod M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. John R. Millett Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Parker Mr. and Mrs. William C. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Prigel Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rubenstein Mr. William G. Shumacher Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Semple Ms. Angela Gwen Stanford The Angela Stanford Foundation Vincent Genovese Memorial Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rick L Wittenbraker
$49,999 - $10,000 Mr. and Mrs. Steve P. Allison Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Ambrose III AmeriCredit Corporation Amon G. Carter Star-Telegram Employees Fund Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Angelovich Mr. and Mrs. Mike Atkinson, Sr. Austin Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Tull E. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Gus S. Bates IV Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Berce Mr. Harry M. Bettis, Jr. Mr. John D. Bettis Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bointy Mr. and Mrs. Milus F. Bozarth Mr. and Mrs.Vernon W. Bryant, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Buschman Dr. and Mrs. James I. Cash, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom D. Chambers
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Christie Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Clark Mr. and Mrs. John K. Cockrell, Sr. Cockrell Enovation Dr. and Mrs. John E. Conway Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coody Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Cook Mr. N.E. Crain Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Daigle David A. Senior Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. John F. Davis III Dr. and Mrs. R.Vance Dell Mr. and Mrs. Joe Don Denton Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Deskins Dr. H. Anderson Dollahite and Dr. Leslie Tatum Mr. Michael D. Dry Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Durrett Mrs. Jennie Beth H. Edwards Mrs. Norma Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Nick T. Encke Mr. Bryan P. Eppstein and Mrs. Kimberley S. Eppstein Estate of Mary D. Walsh Farm and Ranch Healthcare, Inc. Frost National Bank The Honorable Charles L. Geren Mr. John Gleaton Greenwood Office Outfitters Mr. and Mrs. Marc Gunderson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Harp Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Hellberg Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Hill Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan Hill Mr. James R. Hille Mr. and Mrs. Randall K. Howard Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Royce T. Huffman Mr. Harry J. Huntsberry Ms. Lisa L. Huntsberry Mrs. Linda A. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Butch and Terry Turrentine Irby IMG College J. Hiram Moore Ltd Mr. and Mrs. Christian Jacobi
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2011 Athletics Donors
$9,999 - $5,000 Acme Brick Company Dr. and Mrs. Ted C. Alexander, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Pedro Alonso, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Arend Mr. and Mrs. Erik T. Bahr Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bailey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. James W. Barber Dr. and Mrs. William W. Barnes Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Bessire Mr. and Mrs. Bart J. Biggers Mr. Byron G. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. William G. Blackmon, Jr. BNSF Railway Company Mr. Bill Bond Mr. and Mrs. John P. Boswell Boswell Interests, Limited Dr. Cheryl Kimberling and Mr. David Branch Brandt Engineering Company Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brockway Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Brunner Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Greg W. Cantwell Mr. Brady F. Carruth Ms. Brittani G. Cate Mr. Nicholas Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Claiborne Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Clinkscale Mr. Dalton H. Cobb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Coffey, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Coleman Mr. Everett Taylor Collins Mr. and Mrs. Don Conlon Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Cook Mr. Benjamin M. Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford Mr. and Mrs. David R. Crocker Ms. Karen E. Crouch Mr. Christopher C. Curtin Dr. and Mrs. Wiley F. Curtis II Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Dale Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Day Mr. Christopher M. Del Conte and Dr. Robin Ward Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Denheyer Mr. and Mrs. Logan Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dike Dimitri Lake & Ranch Properties LP Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dodson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Dunaway Mr. and Mrs. Drew Durrett Dr. and Mrs. Larry Easterling Mr. and Mrs. Billy Echols Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ekberg Enterprise EAN Holdings, LLC ePlus Technology, Inc. Mr. John B. Esch Mr. Jeffrey S. Eubank Mrs. Kathleen S. Farr Mr. and Mrs. Mike W. Farris Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Felner First Rate, Inc. Mr. Michael D. Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allen Fogle Mr. Iric Joel Gachman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garrett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ginsburg Mr. and Mrs. John R. Golden Mr. Brian B. Goodfriend Mr. Stephen H. Gray Greenman Parker Connally Greenman Inc. Mrs. Barbara M. Grimm-Marshall Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gunn
Mr. Brian G. Gutierrez Mr. David Hargrave Mrs. Marla M. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Foy W. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Harrison Mrs. Michelle T. Heines Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Henry III Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Herman Dr. Dan Curtis Hinkle Mrs.Virginia Hobbs Mr. Dennis Hooks Mr. Kip R. Hooks Hooks Lincoln, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. William R. Howell Howell Instruments, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Huffman Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Iles, Sr. Ms. Stacey L. Jandrucko Jeff Eubank Roofing Company, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Craig LeBlanc Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Darrell R. Lester, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lewis Mr. Joseph Blake Lipscomb II Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin D. Loughry Rev. and Mrs. Barry Loving Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Luton Mr. Michael W. Manley Marshall T. Robinson Properties Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy V. McCord Mr. Timothy S. McNew Mr. and Mrs. David Medanich Mr. Charles R. Meeker Dr. Bonnie Melhart and Mr. Leonard J. Melhart, Jr. Meridian Bank Texas Metroplex Multifoods, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Patrick Millican Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Mock Mr. John P. Molyneaux Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Moncrief Mr. Shaun P. Mooney Dr. Linda S. Moore Mr. Ronald E. Moore Mr. Richard H. Morgan Moritz of Fort Worth - ChevroletChrysler-Jeep Mr. and Mrs. Dave Motley Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Muckleroy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mulhollan Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavell Mr. and Mrs.Van Pearcy Mr. and Mrs. K. Clark Peveto Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Pitcock, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William Dee Poteet III Mr. E. W. Prater, Jr. Mr. C. Scott Price Lt. Col. Michael D. Putnam Regan & James P. Bailey, Jr. Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Jon Roy Reid Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Marshall T. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Randy Rodgers Dr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Henry Samford Mr. and Mrs. Jim Samis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Sanders, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Edward M. Sankary Ms. Gerry L. Saum Scott Sherman Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Shapard Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. John R. Shelden
Mr. and Mrs. Scott G. Sherman Mr. John C. Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Jared William Shope Mr. Richard A. Skipper Mr. Carey R. Sloan Southwest Bank Mr. Scott Spiker Dr. and Mrs. Larry W. Spradley Mr. K. Lindsay Stites Mr. Dave Stone Ms. Jeannine K. Swan Systemware, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Tallmon Mr. Lee L. Tennison Texas Capital Bank The Arch and Stella Rowan Foundation, Inc. The Kearney Law Firm Mr. John B. Thomas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Thompson, Jr. Mr. Chad E. Tregellas Mr. and Mrs. Tim Tregellas Mr. and Mrs. Philip Trew Mr. John R.Vermillion Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett W.Vick Mr. Dave Vucina Mrs. Nancy B. Walden Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie H. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Whittington Mr. and Mrs. Jon T. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Williamson Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Co. Mrs. Irene Y. Wills Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Wynne
$4,999 - $2,500 3PAR Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Adams Dr. and Mrs. Nasim Akhtar Mr. and Mrs. Bob A. Akin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Denny Alexander Mr. Platt Allen III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Allison Mr. Larry Anfin Ann and Charles Florsheim Family Foundation Ms. Elizabeth Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. James H. Atkinson Mr. Alvin L. Attaway, Jr. John and Debbie Aughinbaugh Auto Claim Solutions LLC Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Autrey Mrs. Sandra R. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. T. Ross Bailey Mr. James A. Baird Bank of Texas Dr. Marsha and Mr. Fred Barber Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Barnes III Barnes and Noble College Booksellers, Inc. Dr. Louis H. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bates III Mrs. Jo Bearden Mr. Patrick H. Beckham Mr. and Mrs. William B. Beebe Mr. and Mrs. Rick Beeler Mr. and Mrs.Virgil D. Beene Ben Dyess & Associates Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Benesh Mr. R. Aaron Benton Mr. and Mrs. Don Bescher III Bettis Brothers, L.P. Mr. Edd E. Bivin Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Black Dr. Donald R. Blake Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Blakeman Blakeman Transportation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Don P. Bodenhamer Mr. John Allen Booth
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unaway is proud to have provided civil engineering and site development related to the on-going improvements to the TCU campus. These projects include two LEED Gold buildings, Scharbauer Hall and Sherley Hall. LEED Gold Certification level is based on the United States Green Building Councilâ€™s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design rating scale in which projects are ranked according to their incorporation of sustainability features. Congratulations to TCU for their long-term commitment to environmental initiatives.
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2011 Athletics Donors
Mr. and Mrs. T. Marshall Boyd Mr. and Mrs. A. William Brackett Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Brants III Mr. and Mrs. Zachary T. Bray Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Breedlove Mr. and Mrs. M. Glen Brewer, CPA Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bridge Mr. Jerald C. Britton and Mrs. Beverly R. Britton Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Brodhead, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Brown Brown-Forman/Jack Daniel Distillery Bumper Manufacturing Co., Inc. Mr. Forrest J. Burroughs Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cantrell, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Cappel Mr. and Mrs. Trey Carmichael Carol Winn & James Reed Dunaway Family Fdn, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. W. Plack Carr III Mr. and Mrs. Tim Carter Mr. and Mrs. Reagan K. Casey Chicken Express - Weatherford Mr. and Mrs. Rodger M. Chieffalo Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Churay Cisco Systems Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Chad E. Cline Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clingman Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clinkscales Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. Cochran Dr. Gary M. Cole and Dr. Michele L. Cole Dr. Ira J. Collerain Mrs. Nancy A. Cooper Dr. Mary and Mr. John Costas Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Courtney Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Craig III Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Craine Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Cram, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Crowley Ms. Mary Lee Cruz Mr. and Mrs. Bob Culley Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cunyus Mrs. Sue S. Curtis Curtis Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Ron Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Forrest C. Davis Mr. Clemente S. De La Cruz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. DeArman DeArman Insurance Group Mr. Caleb Deason Mr. Terry L. Debo and Ms. Deborah E. Barnett Mr. Gianpaolo DeFarro Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. DeHart, Sr. Ms. Karol G. Del Real Mr. Joe Don Denton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David N. Dike Mr. and Mrs. Jay C. Disney Mr. and Mrs. David D. Draper Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Draper Mr. and Mrs. W. Byron Dunn, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Durant Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Dyess, Jr. Ms. Barbara Ellison Eakman Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Early Mr. and Mrs. Martin Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eller Mrs. Patricia Eubank Dr. James F. Evans Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence Evans Ewing Autohaus The Late Col. Don D. Ezell Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Falls Mr. and Mrs. Jeff W. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Farrelly III
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Faulk Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ferebee Mrs. Mona Ray Fields Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Fikes FishNet Security Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Fitzgerald Mr. Todd R. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Floyd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Craig Ford Ford & Joslin LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Fortson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shawn R. Franklin Mr. David R. Frazier Freese & Nichols, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kirk French Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Galvan Mr. Michael K. Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Garvey Garvey Texas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rafael G. Garza Mr. Jeffrey S. Gdula Mr. and Mrs. John E. George, Jr. Mrs. Rita R. George Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Randall C. Gideon Drs. Richard C. and Ann M. Gipson Mr. Jeffrey S. Gleeson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bernard Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Goodwin, Sr. The Honorable Kay Granger Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Graves Chester and Laura Grudzinski, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Haggard Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Hahnfeld Hahnfeld Hoffer and Stanford Architects Mr. and Mrs. J. Clinton Hailey Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Hall Mrs. Melanie H. Hanna Harbison-Fischer Manufacturing Mr. and Mrs. Hal F. Harbuck, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Hardgrove Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. William W. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Harrison, Sr. Mr. Patrick A. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Harwell Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Russell Haynes Heartland Alliance of America Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Hesselbrock Hewlett Packard Co. Mr. and Mrs. Holt Hickman Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hill Hill & Wilkinson, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Hillard Ms. Trisha Hillman-Philipp Hillwood Development Corporation Ms. E. Elizabeth Hogan Mr. and Mrs. P. Michael Hogan Holiday Chevrolet Holt Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge Dennis and Patsy Hooks Kip and DeeDee Hooks Hooks Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Howell Dr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Hubbell Ms. Cathy C. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Joshua E. Huffman II Mr. Jimmy Humphreys, Jr. Mr. C. Brodie Hyde II Hyde Oil & Gas Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Rufus A. Ivie III Cal and Cheryl Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Jennings Jerryâ€™s Buick/Pontiac/GMAC/Nissan Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Johnson IV Mr. and Mrs. Matthew L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Jr. Johnson Controls Mr. and Mrs. Casey P. Jones Dr. Clark A. Jones Mr. and Mrs. David S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jon Rex Jones Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Jones JP Morgan Chase Bank/Pangburn Mrs. Delight Justice Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kalpakis Mr. and Mrs. John D. Karl Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Karr Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Katz Kay Granger Campaign Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Keetch Ms. Melissa A. Keil Keith and Sonia Moore Foundation Mr. Thomas K. Kell Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Kelly Kenneth & Cherrie Garrett Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Roby V. Key Dr. and Mrs. Shujaat Ali Khan Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Kight Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Kile Mr. Jason W. Kinander Klabzuba Oil & Gas The Honorable Lois Kolkhorst and Mr. James D. Kolkhorst Mr. Alfred G. Kyle Mr. Corey T. Kyle Mr. and Mrs. George E. LaHood Mrs. Janeen M. Lamkin Mr. and Mrs. William A. Landreth, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Lansford Law Offices of Clemente De La Cruz, PLLC Law Offices of Harold V. Johnson, P.C. Mrs.Virginia Ann Lawrence Dr. and Mrs. David F. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Lewis Ms. Emily N. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. Ken M. Link, Jr. Mr. Platt Livingston Allen, III Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Llewellyn Mr. and Mrs. Billy A. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Loffland Dr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Lorimer, Sr. Mr. Drew T. Louden Mr. Eddie J. Loudon Mr. and Mrs. James M. Loveless Ms. Mary Ralph Lowe Dr. and Mrs. Don A. Lutes Mr. Jeffrey B. Luz Mr. Larry S. Lydick, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Lydick Mac Churchill Auto Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John R. MacLean Mr. Steven James Mafrige Dr. and Mrs. Steven C. Mann Marshall R.Young Oil Company Martha V. Leonard Fund Mrs. Debra J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Martin, Jr. Martin Sprocket & Gear, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan T. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Matthews, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jack E. McCallum Mr. Scott McCollam Mr. and Mrs. Marcus R. McCrary Mr. W. Frank McCreight Ms. Debra L. McDonald Drs. John E. McDonald and Joan L. Bergstrom
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2011 Athletics Donors
Mrs. Chris C. Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Rose Mr. David M. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Stan Royal Mr. and Mrs. George Runnion, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. N. Reese Ryan Mr. and Mrs. John Jarman Rymell Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rymell S. E. Rodriguez Attorney At Law Drs. James A. and Martha H. Salmon Mr. and Mrs. Travis Sanders Dr. and Mrs. John C. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Scheideman Dr. and Mrs. Bob L. Schieffer Mr. August F. Schilling and Dr. C. Suzanne Huffman Mr. Douglas Schnitzer Mr. Aaron R. Schobel Mrs. Edith K. Schumacher Mrs. Kathryn L. Schutts Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Scott Dr. Farooq I. Selod and Dr. Sayeeda Selod Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Senter III Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Shircliff Ms. Merri L. Siddons Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Siddons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Simmons Site Property L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Arville O. Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. John Sledge Mrs. Marginel H. Slimp Dr. Don L. Smith, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, Jr. Ms. Kelly Ann Smith Mr. and Mrs. Marvin G. “Bud” Smith Mr. and Mrs. Shawn David Smith Mrs. Ann B. Smyers Mr. and Mrs. James E. Snelson Sodexo, Inc. and Affiliates Sovereign Bank Mr. Michael E. Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Mike D. Stepp Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Rob Lee Stewart Mr. Richard M. Stinson Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stupfel Mr. Ralph J. Sturgeon Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sturman Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sweeney Ms. Sonia Taborsky Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Talley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Tapp Dr. and Mrs. Doug Tatum, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Tauber Mrs. Linda R. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Francis Taylor TBG Partners Mr. Thaddeus L. Teaford, Jr. TES Energy Services LP TEXSTAR Ford Lincoln Mercury The Beck Group / HCBeck, Ltd. The Pettitt Firm, P.C. The Sweeney Company Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David H. Thomas III Mr. and Mrs. Arch O. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Thompson Mr. James G. Thompson TMT Partners, Ltd. Mr. Britt C. Todd Todd Company Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Topham Mr. Steven M. Tucker Mr. Tracy D. Tucker
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tucker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Greg W. Turman Mr. and Mrs. David W. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Turner Twin Kell Cleaners Ltd. Mr. and Mrs.Vernon Uecker Mr. and Mrs. Harris F. Underwood III Mrs. Jill E. Unell United Supermarkets LLC University Building Specialties, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos R.Vacek Mr. Damon R.Vacek Mr. and Mrs. Travis E.Vanderpool Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P.Villella Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.Vinsant Dr. and Mrs. Ronald F.Vrnak Mr. and Mrs. Cyril A. Wagner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Walker Mr. David Alan Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Walsh Mr. William L. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Ward Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Wardle Mr. and Mrs. Brent Watson Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Weidman Mr. Wayne H. Wells Western Real Estate Equities. LLC Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Wheatley II Mr. Robert Whipple Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitworth William L. Hill Insurance Mr. John S. Williams Mr. Winston F. Williams and Mrs. Erica Jade Mullins-Williams Williams Trew Real Estate Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Curt W. Wilson Mr. Edward A. Wilson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Loftin V. Witcher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Witherspoon Ms. Rebecca S. Wood Mr. Samuel P. Woodson IV Mrs. Judy C. Wooten Worthington National Bank Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wyatt XTO Energy Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yamagata Mr. and Mrs. Warren T.York Mr. and Mrs. George M.Young Mr. Marshall R.Young Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Zimmerman
$2,499 - $1,500 Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Abington Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Allen Ms. Lynn M. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Anderson Ms. Karen Andrews Mr. and Mrs. John R. Andrus Dr. Edwin C. Augustat Mr. and Mrs. Davis C. Babb Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker Mr. Dutch Baughman Mr. Jay Phillip Bayman Ms. Gay Donohoo Bellrichard Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Blouin Mr. Russ A. Bloxom Mr. and Mrs. Geno E. Borchardt Mr. Mackey J. Bozarth Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Brannon Mr. and Mrs. James N. Brawley Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Brookshire
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Brown Dr. and Mrs. Derek Alden Brown Mr. Brad Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Bruegel Mr. and Mrs. Jon S. Brumley Mr. Ross W. Brunner Mr. and Mrs. Theron L. Bryant Mr. Richard J. Bryce Dr. Brent Bunnell and Dr. Melody Burton Mr. and Mrs. D. Bradley Burlison Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burns Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Burum Buxton Mr. and Mrs. John J. Byrne, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cantu Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carey Dr. Liz and Mr. Todd Carlton Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Carmena Mr. and Mrs. Shelby W. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. James H. Carter III CD Financial LP Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chaffee Mr. and Mrs. Taylor A. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Chanlatte Chumar Investments LLC Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cisi Mr. and Mrs. John R. Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Clausen Mr. and Mrs. John T. Cluck Mr. and Mrs. Lance Cobb Mr. Bobby J. Cochran Colters Advertising, Inc. Compass Bank Concussion Advertising Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Conly Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Conway Mr. Jonathan C. Conway Mr. Robert D. Costas Mr. George N. Coultress, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Cox Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Cox Mrs. Susan L. Crenshaw Mr. Thomas B. Crouch Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crudup Ms. April J. Culver Mr. and Mrs. Bradford L. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Chris D. Curtis D L Investments Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Bronson C. Davis Dr. David L. De Vlaming Mr. and Mrs. David B. Dike Dike Financial Services Mr. Landon J. Dipprey Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Duncan Ms. Gerri D. Dye Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Elliott Ms. Brenda Ennis Mr. Greg Esposito FCF Restaurants, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fillman, Jr. Firehouse Cafe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florsheim Mrs. Elizabeth A. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Gallant Walter Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Jeff L. Fraley Mr. and Mrs. Bryan F. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. L. R. French, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Robin French III Mr. Jake R. Friemel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frunzi Mrs. Jane B. Furche Mr. and Mrs. Bill R. Gabbard, Jr. Mr. Joseph M. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Elton D. Gardner, Jr.
2011 Athletics Donors
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Gardner Mr. David R. Gattis GBC Benefits Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Gear Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gearhart Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gilbert Ms. Jill Elizabeth Goff Mr. Travis A. Goldammer Mr. Craig W. Gossard Mr. Christopher R. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Groat Mr. Leonard Gruca Mr. and Mrs. C. Rutledge Haggard Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Hall Mr. and Mrs. W. Bradley Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Steve H. Hargrove Hargrove Electric Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua N. Harmon Mrs. Carol V. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Danny G. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Jamie E. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Kyle H. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Marshall E. Harris Mr. Anthony Shane Harwell Ms. Janet G. Herald Mr. and Mrs. Edmundo O. Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Shawn G. Hessing Mr. and Mrs. Rayford B. High III Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hill II HKS, Inc. Mr. Timothy M. Hoch Mr. and Mrs. Andy Horn Mr. and Mrs. Corey R. Horsch Mr. Richard L. Hosea, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Houk Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Houk Mr. Micah J. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hund Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Hurst Mrs. Allison M. Huxel Mr. and Mrs. Grant H. James Mr. Ned M. James Mr. Cass J. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. John N. Johnson Mr. Stephen C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Jones Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Jones Ms. Elizabeth Kaufmann Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Kershaw Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan King Mr. and Mrs. Mason D. King Mr. Matthew B. King Mr. and Mrs. Rod King Mr. and Mrs. Travis King Mr. and Mrs. Dana R. Kizer Mr. and Mrs. David F. Kline Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Kobs Mr. and Mrs.Vance Laminack Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Lansford Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Larson Mr. and Mrs. James F. Level Mr. and Mrs. Ralph P. Lindner Mr. and Mrs. Jim R. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Linscott Mr. Stephen W. Litke Mr. Walter Littlejohn Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lively Mr. and Mrs. Beau A. Lochridge Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Lombardi Mr. Steven M. Lombardi Mr. and Mrs. Bryan C. Lucas Dr. and Mrs. John F. Lucas III Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Lucas
Mr. C. Wayne Luttrell Mrs. Anne Price Mackenzie Mr. and Mrs. Terry P. Mackenzie Mrs. Michelle M. Marlow Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Marvel Ms. Marcia R. Masenda Mr. Evan J. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McAdoo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. McBryde Mr. and Mrs. David McDonald McGartland & Borchardt, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Mike McGinley Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Hale McKeehan Mr. and Mrs. W. Mike McKendrick McKinley’s Fine Bakery and Cafe Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott McKinnon Col. Gary C. McMahon Dr. and Mrs. Jeff D. McMaster Mr. and Mrs. William J. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. John W. McQueeney Mr. and Mrs. Jay H. Meadows Mr. Barry K. Metcalf Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Meyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Miller Ms. Mary S. Miller Mr. Patrick H. A. Miller and Ms. Ann O. Rice Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Miller Mr. and Mrs.Virgil A. Miller Dr. Geoffrey Means Millican Rick and LaDonna Burke Mills Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Minshall Dr. Thomas Moeller Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mooney III Mr. and Mrs. Randy Moresi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wayne Morton Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Moses Mr. David E. Mote Mr. Harrell Moten and Dr. Mary Brian Mr. John D. Muckleroy Dr. and Mrs. Leo W. Munson National Shot Peening, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Nees III Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Netherland North Hills Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Clayton F. Odom Mrs. Katie M. O’Hara Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. O’Neal Mr. Charles M. Parham and Ms. Alissa C. McKinney Mr. James F. Pattee Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Pavell Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Peters Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Polanski Mr. Gjorgi Popstefanov and Mrs. Melissa Pennington Mr. Matthew G. Posey Mr. and Mrs. Charley Powell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Prater Mr. David W. Prehn Price Distributing Company Professional Golf Services, LP Professional Turf Products of Texas Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Provenza Mr. and Mrs. William U. Quillen Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Quirk, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ralston Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Ramsey Mrs. Angie Ravaioli-Larkin MAJ Steven W. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Reeder Reeder Distributors Inc. Mr. Art Renfro Ms. Rena E. Reynolds Mrs. Sheila Jane Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Jim G. Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rickenbacher, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rios RJM Contractors, LP Mr. and Mrs. Hal L. Roach, Sr. Mr. Eric Scott Robb Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Robison, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Robison Robison Enterprises, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Ryan D. Rubenkoenig Mr. Aaron W. Rumfelt Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ruxer Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Sanford, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Claude T. Scott Mr. Jordan C. Scott Mr. and Mrs. David L. Scruggs Mr. and Mrs. Hunter O. Semple Mr. and Mrs. Hal Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Reid Shackelford Mr. Layton D. Shaffner Mr. and Mrs. James D. Shelton Mr. and Mrs. William R. Sims Dr. William T. Slater and Ms. Elizabeth Doane Dr. Michael C. Slattery Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Slavin Mr. and Mrs. James P. Smith Mr. Kevin D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Sneed Mr. and Mrs. Jon B. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan I. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neil Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Ron E. Stults Mr. Benjamin L. Sturgeon Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Stutheit Drs. Joseph and Melinda Surdacki Dr. and Mrs.Vincent Tam Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tarazewich Tarrant Concrete Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor The Fort Worth Club The Reed-George Foundation, Inc. Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Billy M. Thomas Mr. Clayton R. Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Scott Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Viar Thompson Ms. Margaret A. Thurmond Ms. DeVonna J. Tinney Mr. and Mrs. James E. Torres Trico Electric Mrs. Sandra C. Tuomey TXU Energy Mr. John E.Viola Mr. and Mrs. J. Brandon Waits Wallace Ranch Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Wallach Mr. and Mrs. Merle A. Wang Corey and Marla Ware Mr. Blake H. Wegener Mr. Charles A. Weissenborn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Whelan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Greg L. Wilemon Mr. and Mrs. James C. Williams Mr. R. B. Wilshire Mr. and Mrs. Steve E. Wilson CPT Chris Wingate Mr. and Mrs. W. Alan Winter Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Winters, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wood Judge and Mrs. John T. Wooldridge Dr. Ona R. Wright and Mr. Edwin E. Wright, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Zoota
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How do I know if I’m being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.
What is a Contact? A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting.
What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc...) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.
Boosters Who is a “booster”? A “booster” is known in NCAA terms as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests.” You become a booster if: 4you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, 4you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, 4you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, 4you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, 4you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner. NCAA Bylaw 13.02.14.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity indefinitely. As a representative of TCU’s athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.
Institutional Control “Institutional control” of athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution’s staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution’s athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations. Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively.
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