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Transfer Class to Watch: Keep an Eye on the Horned Frogs

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In 2022, TCU had a dream season that no one in Fort Worth could have ever imagined. The Horned Frogs went undefeated in the regular season and despite a Big-12 championship loss, were still able to reach the CFP as No.3. Despite heading into the Fiesta Bowl against Michigan as heavy underdogs, the Horned Frogs shocked the world. Led by the dynamic duo of Max Duggan and Quentin Johnston, TCU was able to take down Michigan 51-45.

However, a disastrous National Championship against Georgia that ended 65-7 left a sour taste in the mouths of Horned Frogs fans, and a 5-7 finish in 2023 has TCU looking to rebound. Sonny Dykes will be entering his third season as the head coach at TCU. An unbelievable season in 2022 earned Dykes coach of the year honors, however, he heads into the 2024 season facing a lot of adversity.

Unfortunately for the Horned Frogs, a significant talent gap was shown between the 2022 squad and last year’s. Dykes recognized this and is hoping a loaded transfer class will have his TCU team back competing for Big-12 championships in 2024.

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