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Topic - Gary Patterson
The biggest question when two-time BCS buster TCU made the move to the Big 12 was whether the Horned Frogs could handle the week-to-week grind of playing in a major conference.
Suspended TCU quarterback Casey Pachall is leaving school for the rest of the semester and entering an inpatient rehabilitation facility.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was suspended indefinitely Thursday, hours after he was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated _ his second brush with trouble this year and one that clouds the 15th-ranked Horned Frogs' push for a Big 12 title.
Boise State's quest for perfection and BCS glory were dashed again by a missed field goal.
No. 20 TCU and SMU are still playing their grudge match 16 years after they were last conference rivals.
Forget that TCU is getting ready to face a lower-division team in Portland State. Coach Gary Patterson wants the same thing from his 20th-ranked Horned Frogs no matter who they are playing.
When TCU athletic director Chris Del Conte was explaining his school's decision last year to leave the Mountain West Conference, he pointed out that it wasn't the same league the Horned Frogs had joined.
TCU's home stadium has become a construction zone, with the 81-year-old facility under going a renovation project that will turn it into a modern showplace.
Rose Bowl champion TCU is coming off the mountain after this season.
Now that TCU has crashed the BCS party twice, the Horned Frogs are being welcomed into living rooms they had no chance of visiting even five years ago.
TCU coach Gary Patterson received a two-year contract extension through 2018 after leading the Horned Frogs to a perfect season and their first BCS victory.
TCU is getting out of future debates about whether the Horned Frogs deserve to be in a BCS game. They are joining a league with automatic access.
TCU coach Gary Patterson isn't worried about it. Neither are seniors Evan Frosch and Bart Johnson.
The Wyoming Cowboys are making the long trip south to play the only ranked team in Texas.
TCU was coming off a one-win season when Gary Patterson arrived 12 years ago as part of the new coaching staff.
"Truly a change of philosophy," Patterson said. "It's about scoring points. We can't turn the ball over. And then on defense, it's still about stopping the run, still about making people kick field goals and don't give up the big play."
Coach Gary Patterson says Fields was the victim but he's OK and attended classes and workouts Tuesday, hours after the incident.