Photo by Universal History Archive/Getty Images With their joint release Monday morning, Texas and Oklahoma all but killed the Big 12 conference. Eleven days ago, Bob Bowlsby stood at the podium in the middle of AT&T Stadium and addressed the media. When the question of realignment came up, Bowlsby was almost flippant in his response, saying “[realignment] … [Read more...] about Monday Morning Quarterback: Prepare the Viking Funeral, the Big 12 is dead
However this explosive new wave of college football conference realignment plays out, the television networks paying the giant media rights deals will be at the center. ESPN, which came to a massive new deal with the SEC late last year, is notorious for having its hands in these deals, especially when it comes to the conferences in which it is most heavily invested. They … [Read more...] about Report: ESPN Could Play Major Role In College Football Expansion
Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman via Imagn Content Services, LLC Exploring the best case scenario for TCU in a world of college football chaos. In case you haven’t seen one of the millions of reports blowing up the internet right now, Texas and Oklahoma are leaving the Big 12 to join the “prestigious” SEC, or at least that’s what all the signs are pointing to at this … [Read more...] about College Football purgatory is upon us, so what does this mean for TCU?
The Big 12, as we currently know it, is on the verge of obliteration. Texas and Oklahoma are reportedly on their way to the SEC, leaving eight members of the conference in the dust. Is there a hero to save the day? Insert the Pac-12. According to TCU insider Jeremy Clark, Baylor, TCU and Texas Tech have already reached out to the Pac-12 about joining the West Coast conference. … [Read more...] about 3 Big 12 Schools Reportedly Reached Out To Pac-12
The college football landscape looks like it’s in for some pretty major changes over the coming days. With Texas and Oklahoma both reportedly on the verge of leaving the Big 12 to join the SEC, the balance of power in a couple of the nation’s biggest conference could be shifting as soon as next week. The changes don’t stop there. According to Jayhawks insider Mike Vernon, … [Read more...] about Danny Kanell Reacts To Oklahoma, Texas News
Kirk Saarloos has done WORK in the transfer portal, securing a pair of potential weekend starters. | Melissa Triebwasser The right handed pitcher fills a big void in the rotation for the Horned Frogs. Kirk Saarloos is working hard this offseason to address TCU Baseball’s soft spots — namely starting pitching. Earlier this month, he locked in Oregon starter Brett Walker, … [Read more...] about TCU Baseball lands Arkansas transfer Caleb Bolden
All eyes are on Bob Bowlsby as the Big 12 conference navigates its choppiest waters yet. | Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports The times, they are a changin’. At SEC Media Days earlier this week — or a lifetime ago, who can say — SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey opened his time at the podium with a quote from the Bob Dylan song, saying “the times, they are a changing.” It was a … [Read more...] about TCU might survive realignment, but college football — as we know it — might not.
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Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Here’s your one stop shop for all of the NIL deals TCU student-athletes have signed. We are trying to keep track of the Name, Image, Likeness deals being signed by TCU Athletes as the new rules going into effect across college sports, and will update them in this stream as we come aware. Know something or have a tip? Hit us up in the … [Read more...] about TCU Athletes & NIL: Who are Horned Frogs partnering with?