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First Home Game this Saturday at 6:00 pm at the AGC Football Stadium against the Samford Bulldogs.

Intellicast weather forecast starting Thursday , August 28,2014:

 

 

Thursday:   Sunny,  High: 97 F,  Low: 77 F

 

Friday:  PM Thunderstorms,  High: 96 F,  Low: 77 F

 

Saturday:  PM Thunderstorms,  High: 96 F,  Low: 77 F

 

Sunday:  Sunny,  High: 98 F,  Low: 78 F

 

Monday:  Sunny,  High: 99 F,  Low: 78 F

 

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  • TCU Horned Frogs vs. Samford Bulldogs

  • (Samford not the Stanford Cardinals out of Stanford, California. Samford plays in the Southern Conference,  division 1 FCS, and are located in Birmingham, Alabama. Their coach, Pat Sullivan, was the head coach for TCU from 1992-97.)

  • August 30, 2014 

  • 6:00 pm (CT)

  • Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, Texas

  • Parking lots open at 1:00 pm, Gates open at 4:00 pm

  • TV Coverage: Fox Sports Net

 

 

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