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Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by TCUdirtbag, Sep 30, 2019.
WVU beat Liberty 7-0
TTU lost to MISS ST 3-2
No fans allowed at TCU home games until April 3.
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We're hosting a regional again!!!
You are a mean person.
If we were Aggie we'd hang a banner.
Opinions are varied but not as varied as I'd prefer them to be. Unlike Moose, I do care what people think about me. Actually, not so much.
Guess that supersedes the email I received earlier today from TCU.
2020 just sucks.
Think I’ll take up wood working.
A post that begs for tcudoc to comment
Well. Football in 5 1/2 months.
Just pulled the baseball games out of my Outlook calendar and realized that I really don't have a life.
If this had to happen, wish it would have occurred one of these past few seasons.
Was looking like we had a pretty exciting ball club this year. Pretty devastating news.
Here are seniors we may never see play for TCU again:
Makes me a little sick to my stomach.
Assuming you at least somewhat follow every game, that 12+ hours of your week that just opened up.
They are getting another year. Will be interesting who takes that extra year.
Going to create quite a mess, and I have no confidence in the NCAA to handle things the right way. Interesting free article from Kendall Rogers that touches on some of the issues that will be face:
"Any player who participated in a spring sport would be granted an additional year of eligibility."
Would be great if they did this for Winter sports who's championships were also impacted.
Our Women's Basketball team deserves better.
Also, I could stand another year of Bane.
Going to be a lot of players possibly with only 9 hitters and a pitcher