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Frogs make it a family affair
The men’s basketball team is more than a group of players, on and off the court. With head coach Neil Dougherty’s son playing at TCU, it is a family as well.

The men’s basketball team shares many things: the court, hotel rooms, the locker room, even the same name.

As of this past fall, head basketball coach Neil Dougherty now coaches his son, who is also named Neil.
Coach Dougherty
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The Horned Frogs look forward to a bright future with the Dougherty family.
Frogs falter from the free-throw line

On a poor shooting night, the Frogs fell to the DePaul Blue Demons Tuesday night 61-54 at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
Weekend Sports Follow-up
TCU considers conference change

TCU officials weigh pros and cons as they await an invitation to move conferences.
Frogs bring in C-USA honors

Conference USA honored two TCU athletes this week as “C-USA Outstanding Performers.”
 
 
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