By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer
Kirk Saarloos and Tommy Sacco sat at a small table in the underbelly of Blue Bell Park in the wee hours of the morning, processing the 15-9 loss to Texas A&M out loud for a full room of sleepy media folk.
TCU’s 2022 season, having ended moments before, will undoubtedly be tied forever to how it ended: in a loss to the Aggies and former coach Jim Schlossnagle. But this season was about much more than its less-than-storybook ending.
Much, much more.