TCU Football Recruiting: How National Signing Day 2011 Affected the Horned Frogs

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TCU Football Recruiting: How National Signing Day 2011 Affected the Horned Frogs
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Texas Christian University has finally established themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the NCAA.  After winning the Rose Bowl earlier this year, and finishing #2 in the nation, the Horned Frogs have reeled in the best recruiting class they have ever had.

Coach Gary Patterson has led the Frogs to their second straight undefeated season, although with a better result than the 2009-2010 season, where they lost in the Fiesta Bowl to Boise State.

TCU has been an underdog, and unrated in the NCAA, and a lot of people may see TCU as a dark horse or a team that will only be good for a few years.  The Frogs have finished in the top 25 eight times since the 2000 season, and have continued to get better every year.  With the Frogs latest victory in the Rose Bowl, and a new Horned Frog stadium arising in Fort Worth, Patterson has more than enough tools at his disposal to recruit star athletes.

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