Weekly in-depth interviews and analysis of TCU sports from the fan's perspective.
The KillerFrogs E157: Women’s Soccer Coach Tom Serratore
We’re back at Grounds and Gold in Arlington with TCU Women’s Soccer Coach Tom Serratore on this week’s The KillerFrogs.
The KillerFrogs E156: Coach Schlossnagle, Jantzen Witte, and Brandon Finnegan LIVE from Grounds and Gold
We’re back! And not just with the podcast, but a LIVE show; the first one in nearly 4 years! Tonight from the amazing Grounds and Gold Confection and Coffee Shop in Arlington, Texas we’re LIVE with TCU Coach Jim Schlossnagle, pitcher Brandon Finnegan, and third baseman Jantzen Witte.
The KillerFrogs E155: Now Twitter Hates Us
After a wild game at The Carter, the Frogs break .500 on the season and look forward to the 2020 finale against La Tech under the lights in Fort Worth. We discuss how this team has progressed over the season, Nathan explains a minor disagreement he had with the officiating, is Max the future at QB?, Hunter runs down the incoming recruits, and Ryann breaks down the start of Basketball season.
The KillerFrogs E155: Grit
Our Frog family suffered a sudden loss this past weekend when Dwayne Brazzell Jr., brother of TCU Hall of Famer Shannon Brazzell, was tragically killed. We take time tonight to offer our condolences to the Brazzell family and ask for prayers for Shannon and his family.
Hunter walks us through a new WR recruit, great news as TCU and LA Tech announce a tenth game this season, we wonder why we can’t play Kansas more than once a year, and discuss what to expect this weekend as the Cowboys come to Fort Worth.
The KillerFrogs E153: Tributaries to Nowhere
This week we take some time between discussing the Frogs loss to West Virginia and the upcoming night game (!?) in Lawrence, Kansas to talk about what we’re thankful for in 2020.
The KillerFrogs E152: Coach Eric Bell
This week Ryann, WC, Shannon, and Sean talk with the head coach of the Big XII Champions TCU Women’s Soccer, Eric Bell. We also discuss football’s win over Tech, Gary Patterson’s evolution of coaching up his young players, and give our predictions for this weekend’s game in Morgantown against our couch burning brethren.
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Great podcast with experience
My only possible criticism is that the latest podcast called “ time to grow up” is the content from a horned frog 1985 alumni. Yes our offensive line needs to get better. But the play calling was horrible. Misdirection with our stable of running backs coupled with quick slant routes has worked then we stop. This style allows for the line to get into rythem and not have to hold blocks for more than 3 seconds. Let’s get up to the line and run the ball. Run, and dink & doink down the field. This will open up the long pass play. Mix it up.
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I love the broadcast
This is the greatest TCU Sports Podcast on the internet!!