FCSR #1403 | October 17, 2014 | Exclusive Report for TCU Frog Club Members
Upcoming Events 10/17 Women's Soccer vs Texas 7:00 p.m.
10/18 Football vs Oklahoma State 3:00 p.m.
10/19 Women's Soccer vs Texas Tech 1:00 p.m.

Frogs on the Air 10/18 Football vs Oklahoma State (WBAP 820 AM, KTCU 88.7 FM,
Spanish - AM 1270 Univision) 3:00 p.m.

10/23 Gary Patterson Show (92.1 HANK FM and KTCU 88.7 FM)
6:00 p.m. (Railhead Smokehouse)


Upcoming TV Games 10/18 Volleyball at Kansas (ESPN3) 12:00 p.m.
10/18 Football vs Oklahoma State (Fox Sports 1) 3:00 p.m.
10/22 Volleyball at Texas (Longhorn Network) 7:00 p.m.
10/23 Inside TCU Football with Gary Patterson (FSSW) 3:30 p.m.
10/25 Football vs Texas Tech (Fox) 2:30 p.m.


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The TCU Frog Club is excited for 36th rendition of the Horned Frog Classic that will take place at Colonial Country Club on October 20, 2014. The TCU Frog Club, with its mission of supporting TCU's student-athletes with scholarship support, believes in the Classic as a strong asset in helping to underwrite scholarships for the TCU Men's and Women's golf teams. The Classic has a proud tradition and purpose and with the continued support of TCU golf coaches, Bill Montigel and Angie Ravaioli-Larkin and their teams, the Classic has grown tremendously over the years. Sign up today and tee it up at one of the best stops on the PGA tour, Colonial Country Club, while supporting TCU student-athletes.

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The TCU Frog Club and BBVA Compass are pleased to present another season of the Gary Patterson Luncheon Series. We look forward to an exciting new year of Head Football Coach Gary Patterson, and guest speakers from the TCU Football staff and the Big 12, bringing Frog Club members their unique insight into each upcoming home football game!

LUNCHEON DATES:
October 23
October 30 - Special TCU Basketball Preview Luncheon
November 6 - Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom
December 4

LOCATIONS:
November 6th - Brown-Lupton University Union Ballroom
All other luncheons held in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center.

Parking available in the adjoining visitor lot and lots 3 & 4 (shuttle service available) located on West Cantey Street.

Register Here: www.froglinks.com/2014GPLuncheonSeries
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No. 12 TCU hosts No. 15 Oklahoma State for the first time as Big 12 rivals on Saturday at 3 p.m.
Game Day Central
No. 12 TCU Hosts No. 15 OSU on Saturday
Game Notes - Oklahoma State at No. 12 TCU (OSU Athletics)
Patterson Meets With The Media

Another Ranked Opponent For TCU (CBS DFW)
OSU notebook: Cowboys offensive line wary of TCU blitz (Tulsa World)
Return to the spotlight may be ideal for OSU (ESPN)
Boykin has injured wrist; will start against OSU (FWST)
Big 12 Insider: Baylor, TCU earn top midterm grades for Big 12 football teams (FWST)
Horned Frogs focused on putting Baylor loss behind them (ESPN)
Oklahoma State at TCU primer (ESPN)
Mike Gundy says tackling an emphasis as Cowboys prepare for high-powered offense (News OK)
Five things TCU fans need to know about Oklahoma State (DMN)
OSU schedule made more difficult as TCU plays at expected level (Tulsa World)
OSU Football: Fixing The Cowboys' Offense (News 9)
Extra burden on TCU defensive coaches with speedy Tyreek Hill coming to town (DMN)
How TCU plans to cope with toughest stretch in more than half a century (DMN)
TCU offense continues to produce at dizzying rate (FSSW)
The Big 12's status has changed, thanks primarily to TCU (News OK)
TCU notes: Defensive perspective changing in Big 12 (FWST)
Frogs still adjusting to the Big 12's new normal (FWST)
Oklahoma St.-TCU Preview (AP)

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin and linebacker Paul Dawson have been added to watch lists for the Maxwell Award and Chuck Bednarik Award, respectively. The Maxwell Award is presented to the nation's top offensive player, while the Bednarik Award recognizes the top defensive player in the country.

Boykin ranks second in the Big 12 and seventh nationally in total offense at 353.6 yards per game. He is also one of just eight quarterbacks nationally to lead his team in passing yards (1,463) and rushing (305 yards).

Dawson tops the Big 12 and is 12th nationally with his average of 11.0 tackles per game. The senior from Dallas has had a takeaway in all five games this season. He has team-high totals of seven tackles for loss, three sacks, two interceptions, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles.
Boykin and Dawson Receive National Notice

FrogVision catches up with newly inducted member of the College Football Hall of Fame, LaDainian Tomlinson.
Where Are They Now: LaDainian Tomlinson

Volleyball
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The TCU volleyball team dropped a 3-0 (25-18, 25-21, 25-21) decision to No. 25 Kansas State on Wednesday night in front of a sold-out crowd at the University Recreation Center.

The Horned Frogs (12-8, 2-4 Big 12) were once again led by the senior duo of Stephanie Holland and Mattie Burleson, who notched eight and seven kills, respectively. Ashley Smith, Regan McGuire and Mia Swanegan all chipped in six kills a piece on the night.

Smith led TCU with 11 digs, while Holland finished with double-digit digs for the second match in a row with 10. Burleson led the blocking effort for TCU and finished with three total blocks for the match.
Volleyball Tripped Up by Kansas State

TCU will now go on a two-game road swing and will travel to Lawrence, Kan., first to take on Kansas on Saturday, Oct. 18 at Noon, with the match set to air live on ESPN3. The Frogs will then head down to Austin to take on Texas at 7 p.m., live on the Longhorn Network on Oct. 22.

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The TCU women's soccer team returns home Friday night after a three-match road trip. The Horned Frogs will host Texas at 7:00 p.m.
Soccer Returns Home Friday; Hosts Texas

Men's Basketball

TCU made its annual appearance at the Big 12 Men's Basketball Media Day Wednesday when it traveled to the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. Head Coach Trent Johnson was joined by seniors Kyan Anderson and Trey Zeigler at the annual media event.
TCU Participates In Big 12 Media Day Wednesday
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Media Day Central
Press Conference Video
TCU men's basketball team's first job: Stop talking about last season (FWST)
Why transfers have Trent Johnson thinking positive entering third season (DMN)
TCU's Cash continues to succeed with induction into SWC Hall of Fame (FWST)

Women's Basketball

A Day in the Life of Raegan Pebley

Women's Tennis

The TCU women's tennis team was able to pick up nine wins on Thursday on the first day of the USTA/ITA Texas Regional Championships in Waco, Texas at the Hurd Tennis Center on the campus of Baylor. Four Horned Frogs were able to move on in the singles bracket, while two doubles tandems were able to snag wins in the opening round of the doubles bracket.

To open the competition, Sofiko Kadzhaya and Simona Parajova were able to take down Anastasiya Shestakova and Alexis Thoma of North Texas 8-5, while Palina Dubavets and Alexia Pereira were victorious over Lisa Bulgakova and Dasha Sharapova of SMU in a tiebreaker, 8-7(5).

In singles action, three players earned byes while Kadzhaya, Dubavets and Arantekin all competed in the opening round. Kadzhaya and Dubavets were able to knock out their opponents in straight sets, while Arantekin made a comeback to defeat Ana Sofia Cordero of North Texas, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.
TCU Posts Nine Wins at Regionals
Horned Frogs Head to Waco for Regionals

Compliance Corner
Re-Awarding Aid
Bo Gee is a golf student-athlete who withdrew from Ocean State University during the second week of classes. Bo was receiving a 50 percent scholarship and the coaches would like to re-award that aid to another student-athlete this semester. Is that permissible? No. The aid may not be re-awarded until the subsequent term. NCAA Bylaw 15.3.4.2 states that institutional financial aid based in any degree on athletics ability may be reduced or canceled during the period of the award if the recipient: (Revised: 1/10/92, 1/11/94, 1/10/95, 1/9/96, 12/13/05, 9/11/07)

(a) Renders himself or herself ineligible for intercollegiate competition;
(b) Fraudulently misrepresents any information on an application, letter of intent or financial aid agreement (see Bylaw 15.3.4.2.3);
(c) Engages in serious misconduct warranting substantial disciplinary penalty (see Bylaw 15.3.4.2.4); or
(d) Voluntarily (on his or her own initiative) withdraws from a sport at any time for personal reasons; however, the recipient's financial aid may not be awarded to another student-athlete in the academic term in which the aid was reduced or canceled. A student-athlete's request for written permission to contact another four-year collegiate institution regarding a possible transfer does not constitute a voluntary withdrawal.
Compliance Staff
Andrea Nordmann - Associate Athletics Director for Compliance
Brent Cunningham - Compliance Coordinator - Financial Aid
Stephanie Key - Administrative Assistant
Jessica Hazard - Compliance Coordinator-Eligibility
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