TODAY
September 19, 2000

 

News

Board of Trustees review funds for task forces
Raising quality for students is main focus of board, members say

Permanent changes top meeting list
House set to introduce bill to buy bulletin board

Visitors learn about college
Monday at TCU to attract more than 500 visitors

 

Path to Victory

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Junior fullback George Layne finishes off a block on Northwestern defensive back Raheem Covington Saturday. Layne and the Frogs’ offensive line cleared the way for 387 team rushing yards in TCU’s 41-14 win against the Wildcats. See Sports for more photos and complete coverage of Saturday’s game.


 

Opinion

Not interested
Athletes need to regain patriotism

in your words
letters to the editor

 


 

Sports

Answering all Questions
Printers boosts offensive play, increases leadership

Wildcats, penalties can’t stop Tomlinson

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Senior tailback LaDainian Tomlinson celebrates one of his two touchdowns on Saturday with senior center Jeff Garner. The TCU offensive line led the way for another 240-yard team-rushing performance. The Frogs are 12-1 under head coach Dennis Franchione when reaching that
number on the ground.

 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you watched any Olympic events?

Yes: 74  No: 26


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