Now that the Mountain West tenure has come to an end, fans are flocking to Amon Carter Stadium to check out the lineup of Big 12 foes coming to town. See the showdowns for yourself with a trip to Fort Worth and TCU football tickets from our marketplace.
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After quarterback Casey Paschall missed time in 2012, backup dual-threat QB Trevone Boykin stepped in admirably and won three games for TCU while under center, including a stunner over a highly ranked West Virginia squad in Morgantown. Now, with Paschall back in the fold, the Horned Frogs have two very skilled signal-callers to choose from to start the 2013 season. After the conclusion of spring practices, the depth chart had them both listed as the starting QB, giving the team the best kind of quarterback controversy: too much talent. The excess will serve the team well in its sophomore season in the Big 12.
Also back to help the team compete for a conference title are several big-time playmakers from a solid 2012 defensive unit, including defensive end Devonte Fields, who had 10 quarterback sacks a year ago, and cornerback Jason Verrett, who returns as one of the top cover men in the nation and will be tasked with stopping the best receivers in each game on the 2013 TCU football schedule. Don’t miss your chance to watch the team in action at Amon G. Carter Stadium this season—get your TCU football tickets from Vivid Seats today.