Texas Christian University's entrance to the Big 12 brings about all things big: A brand-new big stadium, sold-out stands and big matchups. The TCU Horned Frogs kicked off the season in the newly renovated Amon G. Carter stadium, with a sold-out game against Grambling State. Highlights from the game included the opening which featured "Rocket Man" landing on the field, and the halftime show where the TCU band and showgirls performed along with the famed Grambling State marching band. Attracting students, season ticket holders and visitors alike, the game finished a TCU victory, 56-0.

In addition to moving from the Mountain West to the Big 12,TCU Football has a new home at the stadium after a $164-million dollar renovation. It now features additional seats, club lounge and suites, along with new escalators and elevators.


As a graduating senior, I have gotten to watch as TCU transforms and grows each year. From the Fiesta Bowl, to the impressive Rose Bowl victory, and now the entrance to the Big 12, TCU Football is always exciting. Check out WelcomeBig12.com for the home game schedule and all the big 12 weekends information for things to do and events in Fort Worth. Go Frogs!