In this edition of Mondays in the Humidor with the Big Cigar we’ve got a compilation of, well, suck. Coaches vs. coaches, players vs. players, Cigars killing other Cigars with tridents, dogs and cats living together — mass hysteria (in my best Bill Murray voice).
AUSTIN — For the second week in a row, an upperclassmen had strong words for and about teammates.
After watching the film from Texas-TCU, I have more questions than answers. Here are my grades for the Longhorns offense and defense.
FORT WORTH — Before the game, TCU coach Gary Patterson said he’s beaten better teams with less talking about his matchup with Texas. Boy was he right.
Last week, Justin Wells began his Five Quick Thoughts piece by writing, simply: “No words.”
It’s gameday, y’all. UT heads to Fort Worth as the underdog to the No. 4 TCU Horned Frogs. We talk UT-TCU in the Gameplan, By the Numbers, The IT Roundtable, and the Scoop. Here’s our Texas-TCU game thread.
The No. 4 TCU Horned Frogs host Texas on Saturday in Fort Worth. We drop some high quality prognostication on the score/outcome, Boykin vs Heard, and the Upset of the Week in this week’s Roundtable.
Nobody saw this coming. A perfect snap to punter Michael Dickson who had an outstanding afternoon before the deciding play occurred. The youngster who was an Australian football player previously had a 55-yarder early in the game dropped the snap which gave the Cowboys a chance to kick a game winning field goal with 6 seconds left instead of taking the game to overtime.
What TCU has accomplished is impressive. In less than two decades the football program has transformed the university. After its Rose Bowl win in 2010, TCU had a 42% increase in enrollment applications. But things haven’t always been that way in Fort Worth.
Here’s the schedule for all the Texas targets/commits in Week 6 in TX HS football.