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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Curtis Clay
TCU quarterback Andy Dalton has earned a catchy, cool nickname.
No more questions about if TCU can make it to a BCS game. The Horned Frogs did that last season.
"I don't think anything fits as well as Slingin' Sammy," receiver Curtis Clay said. "Some guys on the team just call him Red. Some people call him Rooster. I just call him Andy."
"I think he knew, I think we all knew, that we didn't play to the best of our ability," Clay said. "We didn't give the nation and everybody watching a right depiction of what TCU football is all about."