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TCU’s Jamie Dixon says he decided to stay instead of going to UCLA

TCU’s Jamie Dixon says he made the decision to stay at his alma mater instead of going home to coach at UCLA. Dixon says UCLA was prepared to take care of the hefty buyout in his contract. The coach said at the Big 12 spring meetings that he’s always been happy at TCU and that hasn’t changed after three seasons. He says the UCLA job was one he had to look at last month. His aging parents and his wife’s family still live in the Los Angeles area.

Top 25 Capsules: No. 4 Baylor routs TCU

Juicy Landrum scored a career-high 23 points, Kalani Brown had 16 points and four blocks and the No. 4 Baylor women went on a huge first-half run before coasting to a 79-55 victory over TCU on Saturday.

Pick 6: College football fanbases most cool with their coach

Not many college football fans outside of Alabama and Ohio State are totally content with their coach. And satisfaction can be fleeting, as Michigan State fans are finding out now. These days, Clemson fans are crazy about Dabo Swinney and Stanford supporters are cool with David Shaw. What other fanbases are feeling good about its coach heading into 2017?

TCU advances to NIT title game with victory over Central Florida

NEW YORK – Kenrich Williams scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half to lift Texas Christian to a 68-53 win over Central Florida in a NIT semifinal game on Tuesday night. Texas Christian will meet Georgia Tech in the championship game Thursday night.

Fear the Frog: TCU pegged as college baseball’s team to beat

TCU has made it to the College World Series three straight years, and the Horned Frogs have brought back eight everyday players, their top two starting pitchers and the closer. No surprise, they’ll open the season No. 1 in every major national poll. Luken Baker, the Frogs’ two-way star in 2016, will play first base and DH but doesn’t plan to pitch.

Trevone Boykin, No. 6 TCU romp past Texas

Trevone Boykin passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, and No. 6 TCU dominated Texas in a 48-10 victory in Austin, Texas, Thursday night that kept alive its hope of pushing into the College Football Playoff. The win kept the Horned Frogs (10-1, 7-1) in the hunt for their first Big 12 title. The question is whether it was impressive enough to impact the playoff standings, where they sit at No. 5, one spot out of contention for a national championship.

TCU sends Cougs to another lopsided loss

FORT WORTH, Texas – It’s 1,900 miles from Pullman to Fort Worth. To the Washington State men’s basketball team, it only feels like the Cougars traveled a million miles this week. After a long, rough, ugly road trip deep into the heart of Texas, the Cougars are headed home beaten, battered and looking for answers in the wake of their second consecutive beatdown, this one an 81-54 thrashing by TCU on Monday night at the Wilkerson-Greines Athletic Center.

TCU sends Cougs to another lopsided loss

After a long, rough, ugly road trip deep into the heart of Texas, the Cougars are headed home beaten, battered and looking for answers in the wake of their second consecutive beatdown, this one an 81-54 thrashing by TCU on Monday night in Fort Worth, Texas.

Cougars go cold in loss to TCU

PULLMAN – It’s not easy for any basketball team to win when it goes a quarter of the game without scoring. Washington State learned that lesson on Sunday, falling 64-62 to visiting Texas Christian University. The Cougars (2-2) jumped out to an early 6-2 lead with 16:48 remaining in the first half. They wouldn’t score again until D.J. Shelton hit a pair of free throws after just over 10 minutes had passed off the clock, putting the Cougars in a an 18-6 hole.