Nov. 17 (TCU 16, Baylor 9): The Bears were coming off an impressive offensive game, but the Frogs shut them down.
And, on a day when starting QB Mike Collins went down, fifth-year senior Grayson Muehlstein managed the Offense well enough.
Nov. 24 (TCU 31, Oklahoma State 24): Facing a win-and-in scenario for bowl eligibility, the Frogs’ offense showed up.
Jan. 22 (TCU 82, West Virginia 73): You can’t go wrong with a Big Monday hoops game , and the Frogs knocked off No.
Reliever Jake Eissler retired all 15 batters he faced, posting a career-high 11 strikeouts.
Nov. 9 (TCU 2, BYU 1): The Frogs scored both goals in the second-half to rally for their first NCAA Tournament win in program history.
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