Weekly in-depth interviews and analysis of TCU sports from the fan's perspective.
KillerFrogs E175: Cooking Ribs on the Skillet
The Frogs bring home The Iron Skillet with a 42-34 win over the Mustangs in Coach Sonny Dykes’ return to The Hilltop. Shannon, Nathan, Nick, Ryann, and Sean break down what they liked from the game, go over some of the surprises across the Big 12, and look forward to the 11AM kickoff against the Sooners in Fort Worth this Saturday.
KillerFrogs E174: A Perfect Day of Football
The Horned Frogs open the season 2-0 after a win in their home opener against Tarleton State 59-17 in what shaped up to be a pretty perfect day of college football. Joining Ryann, Shannon, Nathan, and Sean this week to talk about this weekend’s games is BamaCentral writer and host of the All Things Bama podcast, Mason Smith.
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KillerFrogs E173: The Dykes Era Begins
TCU begun the Dykes era on a high winning at Colorado 38-13. Nathan, Shannon, and Sean discuss what they liked about the Frog season opener and what they expect to see this season.
Special Episode: Women’s Soccer Kickoff Party
Ryann and Sean are joined by TCU Women’s Soccer coach Eric Bell as well as players Megan Reilly, Messiah Bright, Payton Crews, and Chaylyn Hubbard at the first annual Women’s Soccer Kickoff Party.
The KillerFrogs E172: We Finally Won a Press Conference
At today’s press conference Sonny Dykes was officially introduced as the next head coach of the TCU Horned Frogs. Sean, WC, Hunter, and Nick talk about what this means for the program, break down what they like about Coach Dykes’ staff, and how this move is already paying dividends.
The KillerFrogs E171: Sonny Side of Frog Alley
It appears TCU is ready to officially announce Sonny Dykes as the next head coach of TCU football later this week following the Frogs’ 31-28 win over Kansas making Saturday’s game against Iowa State a must-win for the Frogs to become bowl eligible. We discuss what the hire means and who is being floated as a possible offensive coordinator. Hunter has some depressing, although not entirely unexpected, recruiting news, and Nick walks us through this week’s basketball games.
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!!