TCU Horned Frogs Austin Tickets
The Horned Frogs are the sports teams of Texas Christian University. The Horned Frogs football team competes in NCAA’s Division I FBS. They joined the Big 12 Conference in 2012 and play alongside teams such as the Oklahoma Sooners, Texas Longhorns and the West Virginia Mountaineers. Prior to joining the Big 12, the Horned Frogs were part of the Mountain West Conference. The team plays its home games at the Amon G. Carter Stadium which has a capacity of approximately forty five thousand. The Horned Frogs have an upcoming fixture against the Texas Longhorns. Get TCU Horned Frogs Austin tickets and watch the action as it unfolds live at the Texas Memorial Stadium.
The Horned Frogs have been quite successful in their football campaigns over the years. They have flitted through many conferences (Mountain West Conference,C-USA,WAC,SWC and TIAA) and have ample trophies to show their success on the Conference level. They have won seventeen conference crowns since their football program was established in 1896.
In 1935 the Horned Frogs defeated LSU in the Sugar Bowl to claim their first national title. They were crowned national champions again, three years later when they defeated Carnegie Mellon in the 1938 Sugar Bowl. Get TCU Horned Frogs Austin tickets and watch the Horned Frogs football team takes on the Texas Longhorns. Austin is the capital of Texas and is renowned throughout the world as a center for technology and business. Don’t miss the football action when it comes to this dynamic city.
The Horned Frogs are under the tutelage of Gary Patterson, who is in his fourteenth year with the team. Patterson led the team to three consecutive Mountain West titles from 2009 to 2011. He has been recognized by several awards such as the AP Coach of the Year (2009) and the MWC Coach of the Year. With five victories in their first six games, the Horned Frogs have shown considerable improvement from last year when they could only gather four wins. Watch the game to see whether the Horned Frogs can carry the momentum in the latter half of the season.