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TCU could end up playing the Big 12 giant killer role by season's end.
TCU has been a pleasant surprise for the Big 12.
At 6-3 overall and 3-3 in-conference, they've already shown critics that it's not too big for them.
It's been fun to watch the frogs make a name for themselves in the Big 12. They've had some thrilling overtime games, some Big 12-esque offensive showings and they've actually played defense a little.
Their schedule to close the season could not be more brutal, as they face three ranked conference foes.
Next up is a house party with Collin Klein and company as the guests of honor, followed by a road trip to burnt orange land.
And when they finally get back home, it couldn't be Sooner as Landry Jones looks to make a lasting mark on his Big 12 career.
Call me crazy, but I have a feeling that TCU can spoil one or more of these teams' seasons. TCU is focused and believe they can win right now, and if any of their upcoming opponents overlook them, it might get a little froggy for their post-season plans.