TCU lost one big name defensive lineman this off-season in Devonte Fields, but now Gary Patterson’s program looks to be gaining another. Former Nebraska lineman Aaron Curry will be heading to Fort Worth to join the Horned Frogs.
Former Nebraska defensive lineman Aaron Curry said Monday he’ll transfer to TCU.
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TCU defensive end Devonte Fields says he's transferring to Stephen F. Austin.
Fields tweeted the news on his private Twitter account and confirmed the news to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram via text message.
TCU spokesman Mark Cohen said the school could only confirm that Fields remained "separated" from TCU.
Fields met with university officials to discuss his status as a student-athlete...
A few months ago, TCU’s Devonte Fields was expected to be a dominant player in the Big 12, when he was named the conference’s preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Now, after ugly allegations that he pointed a gun at and punched an ex-girlfriend, it appears that he will be suiting up for a different Texas school.
Based on this tweet from his private account, Fields will be...
FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU Horned Frogs returned to campus Sunday for the beginning of their fall workload with no change in the situation with Devonte Fields.
Fields, the preseason Big 12 defensive player of the year, was separated from the school after his name surfaced in a police investigation following an alleged assault. Fields was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault...
TCU defensive end Devonte Fields has declined to press charges after telling Fort Worth police that he was beaten and robbed by armed suspects.
Coach Gary Patterson says Fields was the victim but he's OK and attended classes and workouts Tuesday, hours after the incident. A police report says Fields at one point struggled with a gunman and the weapon fired but nobody was shot and...
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January 29, 2014