TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle looks on during action in a game against Incarnate Word at Lupton Stadium. The 6-1 victory on April 21 was one of eight consecutive wins for the Horned Frogs, but Schlossnagle said the team hadn’t been playing as sharp as it looked in the latter part of the streak.
TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle looks on during action in a game against Incarnate Word at Lupton Stadium. The 6-1 victory on April 21 was one of eight consecutive wins for the Horned Frogs, but Schlossnagle said the team hadn’t been playing as sharp as it looked in the latter part of the streak. Paul Moseley Fort Worth Star-Telegram
TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle looks on during action in a game against Incarnate Word at Lupton Stadium. The 6-1 victory on April 21 was one of eight consecutive wins for the Horned Frogs, but Schlossnagle said the team hadn’t been playing as sharp as it looked in the latter part of the streak. Paul Moseley Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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