TCU Daily Skiff Friday, February 13, 2004
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Mountain West advantage
Shift in conferences will leave C-USA trailing
West Conference should be beneficial for football and women’s basketball

The Conference USA the Horned Frogs belong to today is not the same conference it will be leaving behind in 2005.

Departing with the Frogs, albeit to different digs, will be every former conference basketball champion and all but one former football champion since TCU arrived in C-USA two-and-a-half years ago. Replacing the crème of the C-USA crop are five schools from less-heralded conferences.
Horned Frogs hope more wins will score larger crowd
The Frogs are looking for bigger crowds to support their improved game

In his second season as TCU’s men’s basketball coach, Neil Dougherty has his players looking up to him and believing they are capable of achieving great things.

After Monday’s victory over South Florida, this has never been more apparent. The Frogs currently own their first-ever winning record in Conference USA (9-11, 5-4 C-USA), and have a group of teams looking up to them in the conference standings.
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A fan demonstrates one of the reasons he is attending a men’s basketball game.
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