Max Duggan’s TCU career ends Monday night, but he won’t be forgotten anytime soon

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The final game of Max Duggan’s career arrives Monday, and his legacy can only grow in the national title game (The Associated Press/Stephen Spillman).



By Jeff Wilson
Frogs Today senior writer


LOS ANGELES — Some locally and nationally have said that TCU has already won this season, no matter what happens Monday night in the College Football Playoff National Championship.

The Horned Frogs have had a phenomenal season, one that has catapulted them back onto the national stage and put them in the driver’s seat as the destination program in the new Big 12 Conference.

Don’t tell TCU that it has already won, though. The Frogs are going to be pissed if things don’t go the right way against No. 1 Georgia.

For things to go their way, quarterback Max Duggan needs to have a game.

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