TCU can gain perspective on title-game rout by taking a 30,000-foot view

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TCU coach Sonny Dykes and human-performance director Kaz Kazadi laid a foundation in 2022 for long-term success (Frogs Today/Melissa Triebwasser).



By David Beaudin
Frogs Today staff writer


INGLEWOOD, Calif. — OK, so maybe TCU wasn’t a Cinderella story, given the success of the program over the last couple of decades.

Our own Jamie Plunkett chronicled all of the TCU football accomplishments over that time Monday morning.

The question remains, what story are the Horned Frogs?

The Frog Prince? 

Truthfully, I don’t even know what that is. Just crammed it in there for the namesake.

Beauty and the Beast?

After Monday, I am not sure which is which?

Let’s go with the Tortoise and the Hare.  

In part, because I had reached my fairy-tale limit and also because there is some truth in college football that in order to build something special — or sustainable — then “slow and steady wins the race.”

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