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NOTES ON A SCORECARD - May 25, 2011

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MEETING OUR NEW FRIENDS
This week's blog comes to you from the Big East Conference meetings in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Basketball coaches Jim Christian and Jeff Mittie, football coach Gary Patterson, associate athletics director/senior woman administrator Kim Johnson and I are fortunate to have been invited to attend our first Big East Conference meetings. Although we're not a voting member yet, it's been a great opportunity to meet and interact with some of our future conference brethren. We've covered a lot of ground these last few days, including television contracts, future scheduling, bowl games, pending NCAA legislation and branding initiatives.

NOTES ON A SCORECARD - May 18, 2011

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HORNED FROG FEVER

We thank everyone who renewed their season tickets and parking by our Sunday, May 15, deadline. It's really incredible to think we're approaching 18,000 season tickets sold this early before the opening kickoff. It's already our second-best total ever, surpassed only by our record 19,143 from last year. What's especially rewarding is the number of new season-ticket holders we've acquired this year.

NOTES ON A SCORECARD - May qq, 2011

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IT'S A SELLOUT

Thanks to all of you who have placed a down payment for 2012 club seats in Amon G. Carter Stadium. We have been thrilled with the response and now have more down payments than we have seats. While our deadline is officially Sunday, May 15, it is clear that we will have a waiting list at the time of seat selection, which will take place this fall and be based on our Horned Frog Priority Points System. 

NOTES ON A SCORECARD - May 4, 2011

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STADIUM PROGRESS
Amon G. Carter Stadium is rising fast. Much of the new north end zone structure and west side main supports are in place. It's exciting to watch the progress as we ready the stadium for the 2011 season. Make sure to get all the details at http://www.stadium.tcu.edu. In case you haven't seen it yet, we have a great look back at Amon G. Carter Stadium's rich history with the following video: http://gofrogs.cstv.com/allaccess/?media=201695.

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