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1938 National Championship Football Team

Accolades:

  • Captured the 1938 National Championship following an undefeated 11-0 season
  • Led by 1938 Heisman Trophy winner Davey O'Brien
  • Led by three All-Americans (Davey O'Brien, I.B. Hale and Ki Aldrich)
  • Led by seven All-Southwest Conference selections (Davey O'Brien, I.B. Hale, Ki Aldrich, Forrest Kline, Don Looney, Connie Sparks and Allie White)


Ki Aldrich (Inducted - 1969)
  • Hometown - Temple, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1936-39)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1937 | 1938 | 1939)
  • Member of the 1938 National Championship Team
  • Drafted in the first round in 1939 NFL Draft by the Chicago Cardinals
  • Played for Chicago Cardinals (1939-49) and Washington Redskins (1941-42, 1945-47)


Bruce Alford (Inducted - 1973)
  • Hometown - Waco, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1940-43)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in football (1941 | 1942)
  • Honored with the 1942 Rogers' Trophy
  • Served as team captain in football during the 1942 season


Rebecca Allison (Inducted - 2011)
  • Hometown - --
  • Sport - Track & Field

Accolades:
  • Two-time All-American in 1,500 Meters
  • All-Southwest Conference Selection
  • Holds SWC fastest time in 1,500 Meters
  • Currently Holds TCU Indoor & Outdoor Distance Records (800m, 1,500m & Mile)


Carl T. Anderson
  • Sport - Football (1938-40)

Accolades:
  • Member of 1938 National Championship Team
  • Member of 1939 Sugar Bowl Championship Team
  • Honored with the 1980 TCU Most Valuable Alumnus Award


Noble Atkins (Inducted - 1972)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Basketball (1929-31)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1930)
  • Served as team Captain during the 1930-31 season
  • Member of 1930-31 Southwest Conference Championship Team


Dean Bagley (Inducted - 1967)
  • Hometown - Dallas, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1940-42)

Accolades:
  • Most Valuable Player of the 1941 TCU-Texas Game
  • Started in the 1942 Orange Bowl
  • Honored with the first-ever Exchange Club Trophy in 1938


Morris Bailey (Inducted - 1974)
  • Hometown - Vernon, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1946-49)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1948 | 1949)
  • Set a then-record single-game record of 12 catches
  • Caught 89 passes for 1,169 receiving yards during his career


Marshall A. "Fuzzy" Baldwin (Inducted - 1967)
  • Hometown - Dallas, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Basketball (1907-10)

Accolades:
  • Lettered in football (1907-09) and baseball (1908-10)
  • Served as manager of the baseball team during the 1910
  • Served as team captain in baseball during the 1910 season


Gilbert Bartosh
  • Hometown - Granger, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1950-52)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1950)
  • Member of 1951 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Started in the 1951 Cotton Bowl
  • Rushed for a team-high 771 yards (1950)
  • Drafted by British Columbia Lions (CFL) in 1955


Lee Bassinger (Inducted - 1969)
  • Sport - Football (1931-32)

Accolades:
  • Member of 1932 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Former President of TCU's Ex-Lettermen's Association (1951-52)
  • Executive Secretary of TCU Lettermen's Association (1952-68)


Sammy Baugh (Inducted - 1968)
  • Hometown - Sweetwater, Texas
  • Sports - Football, Basketball and Baseball (1934-37)

Accolades:
  • Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1963)
  • Nine-Time All-Pro Quarterback
  • First Team All-American (Football | 1936)
  • Inducted into Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame (1999)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1935 | 1936)
  • Led the nation in passing (1935 | 1936)
  • Started on the 1935 National Championship Team
  • Started on the 1936 Sugar Bowl and 1937 Cotton Bowl Championship Teams
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1936)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in baseball (1936 | 1937)


Lindy Berry (Inducted - 1972)
  • Hometown - Wichita Falls, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1946-49)

Accolades:
  • All-American Quarterback (1949)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1948 | 1949)
  • Served as team captain during the 1948 season
  • Totaled 2,580 passing yards in career
  • Led the team in rushing (783 yards) during the 1948 season
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1948 | 1949)
  • Played in the CFL for the Edmonton Eskimos (1950-51)


William G. "Floppy" Blackmon
  • Sport - Basketball (1941-43)

Accolades:
  • Most Outstanding Player honors at Oklahoma City Tournament
  • Served as team captain during the 1942-43 season
  • Honored with the Most Valuable Alumnus Award
  • Veteran of World War II


Kelly Blackwell (Inducted - 2001)
  • Hometown - Richland Hills, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1988-91)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1991)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1990 | 1991)
  • Played in the 1992 East-West Shrine Game and 1992 Hula Bowl Game
  • Ranks fourth in TCU career receptions list
  • Set a NCAA record for tight end receptions with 81


Lyle Blackwood
  • Hometown - San Antonio, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1971-72)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1972)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1971 | 1972)
  • Set a TCU record for most interception yards in one game with 104
  • Played for Cincinnati Bengals (1973-1975), Seattle Seahawks (1976), Baltimore Colts (1977-1980) and Miami Dolphins (1981-1987)
  • Started in two Super Bowls
  • Led the NFL in interceptions (1977)
  • Second Team All-Pro (1977)


Dave Bloxom
  • Hometown - Houston, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Track (1946-49)

Accolades:
  • Lettered in track and field (1946-49)
  • Former President of TCU Lettermen's Association


Don Bodenhamer (Inducted - 1995)
  • Hometown - Arlington, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball (1970-73)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1972 | 1973)
  • Member of the 1972 Southwest Conference Co-Championship Team
  • Served as captain during the 1972 and 1973 seasons
  • Batted .405 during his junior campaign
  • Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 1973 Major League Baseball Draft


Marci Bozarth (Inducted - 1998)
  • Hometown - Lampassas, Texas
  • Sport - Golf (1982-83)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1982 | 1983)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1983)
  • Finished fifth overall at the 1983 NCAA Championships
  • TCU Female Athlete of the Year and Student-Athlete of the Year (1983)
  • Played on the 1983 NCAA National Championship Team
  • Competed on the LPGA Tour for 10 seasons


Buster Brannon (Inducted - 1971)
  • Hometown - Pine Bluff, Arkansas
  • Sport - Basketball (1932-33)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1932 | 1933)
  • Served as head basketball coach (1948-1967)
  • Captured two Southwest Conference Championships (1950-51 | 1951-52)
  • Served as an Assistant Athletic Director at TCU upon retirement from coaching
  • Held a career coaching record of 290-296, including 144-165 in Southwest Conference
  • Inducted into Texas Sports Hall of Fame and Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame


Becky Brill-Hall (Inducted - 2008)
  • Hometown - Simi Valley, California
  • Sport - Swimming (1980-82)

Accolades:
  • AIAW All-American selection (1981 | 1982)
  • Nine-time All-American selection in four events
  • AIAW Athlete of the Year (1982)
  • Selected to the Southwest Conference All-Decade Team for the 1980's
  • Team finished third at the 1981 and 1982 NCAA National Championships


Eugene Briscoe
  • Sport - Track and Field (1918-22)

Accolades:
  • Member of Letterman's Association since 1937
  • Served as a charter member of Centruy Club
  • 1972 Most Valuable Alumnus Award


Darrell Browder (Inducted - 1999)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Basketball (1980-83)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1981-82 | 1982-83)
  • Most Valuable Player Award (1979-80 | 1980-81)
  • Ranked first in career points at TCU (1,886)
  • Southwest Conference All-Tournament Team (1980-81)
  • Led the team in free throw percentage (1980-81 | 1981-82 | 1982-83)


Lance Brown (Inducted - 1989)
  • Hometown - West Plains, Missouri
  • Sport - Baseball (1963-64)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1963)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1963)
  • 1963 Southwest Conference Player of the Year
  • Coached TCU baseball (1987-2003) with a record of 571-481 with one conference championship
  • Notched first TCU post-season victory in school history
  • Southwest Conference Coach of the Year (1991 | 1994)


Mike Brumbelow (Inducted - 1970)
  • Hometown - Jacksboro, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1927-29)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1929)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1928 | 1929)
  • Honored with the 1929 Rogers Trophy Award
  • Played in the 1930 East-West Shrine Game
  • Member of 1929 Southwest Conference Championship Team


Norman Bulaich
  • Hometown - LaMarque, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1966, 1968-69)

Accolades:
  • Honorable Mention All-American selection(1969)
  • Collected a career-high 164 rushing yards against Texas Tech (1966)
  • Drafted first round by the Baltimore Colts in the 1970 NFL Draf
  • Played in the NFL for 10 seasons - Baltimore Colts (1970-72), Philadelphia Eagles (1973-1974) and Miami Dolphins
  • Played for the 1971 Baltimore Colts Super Bowl Champions
  • All-Pro (1972)


James F. Busby
  • Sports - Baseball and Track (1947-48)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1948)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1948)
  • Led the Southwest Conference with a .509 batting average in 1947
  • Honored with the Berry Brothers Donahue Award (1947 | 1948)
  • Played for the Chicago White Sox (1050-52, 55)
  • Appeared in MLB All-Star Game as a player (1951) and coach (1961)


Sonny Campbell (Inducted - 1988)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth
  • Sport - Football (1964-66)

Accolades:
  • TCU's leading receiver (1964 | 1965 | 1966)
  • Served as team captain during the 1996 season
  • Played in the 1965 Sun Bowl Classic
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1966)


Frank Cantelmi (inducted - 1978)
  • Sports - Basketball and Baseball (1924-27)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1923-24)
  • Led the team in points scoring during the 1926-27 season
  • First player in Southwest Conference to score 100 points in a season


James Cash (Inducted - 1984)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Basketball (1967-69)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1967-68)
  • Ranked 27th on the TCU all-time scoring list (1,026 points)
  • Became first African-American athlete to sign scholarship at TCU
  • Became first African-American athlete to sign scholarship in Southwest Conference
  • Academic All-American selection (1968 | 1969)


Herman Clark (Inducted - 1970)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1923-27)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1925 | 1926)
  • Honored with the first-ever Rogers Trophy Award (1925)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in baseball (1926)
  • Athletice Director of Fort Worth public schools (1945-1968)


Kyle Clifton
  • Hometown - Bridgeport, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1981-83)

Accolades:
  • Awarded with the Rogers Trophy Award (1983)
  • Tied for school-record for most tackles in a game (30)
  • Holds TCU record for most tackles in a season (189)
  • Ranks third all-time at TCU with 107 assisted tackles in a season
  • Recorded 15 unassisted tackles against Houston (1983)


Ronald Clinkscale (Inducted - 1982)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1952-54)

Accolades:
  • Played in the 1955 East-West Shrine Game
  • Led the team in scoring (1952)
  • Played in the CFL for the British Columbia Lions (1955) and Calgary Stampeders (1956-58)
  • Recorded a career-high 152 rushing yards against SMU (1952)


Bill Collins
  • Hometown - Mount Vernon, New York
  • Sport - Track and Field (1972-75)

Accolades:
  • Captured 1974 and 1975 Southwest Conference 100-yard titles
  • Captured 1975 Southwest Conference title in 60-yard dash
  • Collected a career-best 9.3 seconds in 100-yard dash and 20.7 seconds in 200-yard dash
  • 1975 All-American in 60-yard dash
  • Inducted in the USA Track and Field Masters Hall of Fame


Johnny Collins (Inducted - 2011)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Track & Field

Accolades:
  • 2000 National Champion 4X400 Indoor Relay Team
  • Four-time All-American
  • Two-time Western Athletic Conference 400m Champion
  • 17-time All-WAC Selection


Doug Conaway (Inducted - 2001)
  • Hometown - Hillsboro, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1949-51)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1951)
  • Member of 1951 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Drafted by the Washington Redskins in the 1952 NFL Draft
  • Served in the U.S. Army


Charles Coody
  • Hometown - Abilene, Texas
  • Sport - Golf (1957-59)

Accolades:
  • Captured the 1971 Master's Championships
  • Captured three PGA Tournament Championships during his career
  • Member of the 1971 U.S. Ryder Cup team
  • Captured 12 victories on the PGA Senior Tour
  • Won the Legends of Golf Championship on three occasions
  • Inducted in the Texas Sports Hall of Fame


Don Cooper
  • Hometown - Perryton, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Member of the 1956 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1956)
  • Served as team captain during the 1956 season


Dywana Crudup (Inducted - 2012)
  • Sport - Track & Field

Accolades:
  • All-American & top female quarter-miler in school history
  • Finished third in the nation in 1998 in the 4X100 meter relay
  • WAC Champion in the 4X100, 60m indoor and 400m outdoor
  • Former school record holder indoor 60 & 400 meters indoor and outdoor


Tommy Crain
  • Hometown - Houston, Texas
  • Sport - Baseball (1974-76)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1974)
  • Led team in batting average and hits during 1974 and 1975 seasons
  • Led the team in home runs (16) during 1975 season
  • Ranks third at TCU in all-time putouts (1,160), slugging percentage (.748)
  • Drafted by the Texas Rangers in 1976 MLB Draft


Bill Crawford (Inducted - 1974)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1939-41)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1941)
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1941)
  • Selected to the 1942 College All-Star
  • Served as team captain in football during the 1941 season


Randy Crawford (Inducted - 1991)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Tennis (1975-77)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1977)
  • Captured first-ever Southwest Conference Singles' Championship
  • Captured first-ever Southwest Conference Doubles' Championship
  • 1977 Southwest Conference Player of the Year
  • Ranks sixth at TCU in career singles' victories (123)
  • Ranks third at TCU in career doubles' victories (107)


Tommy Joe Crutcher
  • Hometown - McKinney, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1961-63)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1963)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1963)
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1963)
  • Played in the 1963 East-West Shrine Game
  • Played in the 1964 Hula Bowl and 1964 College All-Star
  • Played for the Green Bay Packers (1964-1967, 1971-1972) and New York Giants (1968-1969)


Chuck Curtis (Inducted - 1993)
  • Hometown - Gainesville, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-56)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1955)
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1956)
  • Played in the 1957 Senior Bowl
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Member of the 1957 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Played in the CFL for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1957)


Milton Daniel (Inducted - 1968)
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1908-12)

Accolades:
  • Served as head football coach (1916-1917)
  • Served as team captain for the football team in the 1912 season
  • Former Chairman of TCU's Board of Trustees (1953-1958)


Charlie Davis
  • Hometown - Woodham, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1971-73)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1972 | 1973)
  • Coaches' All-American selection (1973)
  • Played in the NFL for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1974) and St. Louis Cardinals (1975-79)
  • Member of the 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Championship Team
  • Played in the USFL for the Houston Gamblers (1984)


Kenneth Davis (Inducted - 1996)
  • Hometown - Temple, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1982-84)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1984)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1984)
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1984)
  • Played in the 1985 Senior Bowl
  • Recorded three 200-yard games; 13 100-yard games while tallying 2,994 career yards and 24 career touchdowns
  • Drafted in the first round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers
  • Played in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers (1986-88) and Buffalo Bills (1989-94)


Ad Dietzel (Inducted - 1992)
  • Sport - Basketball (1930-32)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1931 | 1932)
  • First TCU player to earn All-American laurels
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1931 | 1932)
  • Member of the 1930-31 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Posted 168 points in 12 conference games his sophomore year
  • Set a then-TCU record with 26 points in a single game (1931)


A.R. "Buddy" Dike
  • Hometown - San Antonio, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1954-57)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1957)
  • Member of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Honored with the 1957 Pop Boone Finest Frog Award
  • Honored with the 1957 Grass Hinton Award
  • Rushed for 467 yards and four touchdowns during the 1957 season


Jamie Dixon (Inducted - 2007)
  • Hometown - Burbank, California
  • Sport - Basketball (1984-87)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1985-86 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Ranks first at TCU in career three-point field goal percentage (.451)
  • All-Southwest Conference (1985-86)
  • All-Academic Southwest Conference selection (1985-86)
  • Drafted by the Washington Bullets
  • Currently serves as head basketball coach at the University of Pittsburgh


Pete Donahue
  • Sport - Baseball (1920-21)

Accolades:
  • All-American selection (1921)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1921)
  • Played for the Cincinnati Reds (1921-30), New York Giants (1930-31) and Boston Red Sox (1932)


Jon Drummond
  • Hometown - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Sport - Track (1989-91)

Accolades:
  • Captured the gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay at the 2000 Olympic Games
  • Captured the gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay at the 1999 World Championships
  • Garnered All-American laurels on three occasions (1989 | 1990 | 1991)
  • Posted a 10.3 seconds in the 100-yard dash at the 1991 NCAA National Championships
  • Captured 1991 Southwest Conference and Penn Relay 100-meter dash crowns
  • Captured 1993 U.S. Indoor Championship crown in the 60-yard dash


Janice Dzuik (Inducted - 2002)
  • Hometown - Poth, Texas
  • Sport - Basketball (1986-90)

Accolades:
  • Second Team Southwest Conference All-Decade (1980s)
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1990)
  • Southwest Conference Scholar-Award selection (1990)
  • Ranks third in TCU's all-time scoring list (1,448 points)
  • Ranks third in TCU's all-time in rebounds list (778)


Drew Ellis
  • Hometown - Perryton, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1934-36)

Accolades:
  • Member of the 1935 NCAA National Championship Team
  • Member of the 1936 Sugar Bowl Championship Team
  • Member of the 1937 Cotton Bowl Championship Team
  • Played for the Philadelphia Eagles (1938-39)
  • Served as a member of TCU's Board of Trustees
  • Became the Mayor of Perryton, Texas, and elected for two terms


Bryan Engram
  • Hometown - Dumas, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1953-55)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1955)
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1955)
  • Captain of the 1955 Southwest Conference Championship Team (/li>
  • Honored with the 1994 Frog of Fame Award
  • Played in the CFL for the Calgary Stampeders (1956-57)


Hunter Enis
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sports - Football and Baseball (1956-58)

Accolades:
  • Threw for 583 yards and three touchdowns during the 1958 season
  • Member of the 1958 and 1959 Cotton Bowl Teams
  • Captain of the 1958 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in baseball (1958)
  • Played in the NFL for the Dallas Texans (1960), San Diego Chargers (1961), Denver Broncos (1962) and Oakland Raiders (1963)


Phillip Epps (Inducted - 1989)
  • Hometown - Atlanta, Texas
  • Sport - Track and Field (1980-83)

Accolades:
  • Recorded the sixth fastest-time in TCU history in the 200-meter dash with a 20.19 seconds
  • Captured the 1982 and 1983 Southwest Conference crowns in the 200-meter dash
  • Garnered six All-American honors during his career
  • Played in the NFL for eight seasons for the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets
  • Ranks ninth in the Packers' all-time receiving yards list


Max Eubank
  • Hometown - Waxahachie, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1948-50)

Accolades:
  • Honored with the Rogers Trophy Award (1950)
  • Played in the 1950 Blue-Grey Game
  • Former President of TCU Lettermen's Association


Roy Eury
  • Sports - Football, Basketball and Baseball (1928-30)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection in basketball (1930)
  • Led the team in scoring in each of his three seasons with the team
  • Member of the 1928-29 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Served 27 years in the United States Air Force


Lon Evans (Inducted - 1973)
  • Hometown - Fort Worth, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1930-32)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1932)
  • Member of the 1932 Southwest Conference Championship Team
  • Played for the Green Bay Packers (1933-37)


Norm Evans
  • Hometown - Donna, Texas
  • Sport - Football (1962-64)

Accolades:
  • All-Southwest Conference selection (1964)
  • Served as team captain during the 1964 season
  • Played for the Houston Oilers (1965), Miami Dolphins (1966-75) and Seattle Seahawks (1976-77)
  • Selected as Miami Dolphins Best Lineman on two occasions
  • Appeared in three Super Bowls and two Pro Bowls during his career