- The TCU Football team is made up of Texas Christian University student-athletes.
- TCU is in Forth Worth, Texas, just south of Dallas.
- TCU won both of its two national championships in the 1930s.
With the CFP semifinal games now completed, there isn’t much left to do but settle out the college football championship odds market.
You know what that means. Monday Night. ESPN. TCU vs. Georgia.
Georgia is an iconic SEC football brand, and the Bulldogs also happen to be the reigning national champions.
However, many casual fans and onlookers got their first look at TCU on New Year’s Eve, prompting an influx of historical questions about a storied Texas football franchise.
What Does TCU Stand For in College Football?
The TCU Horned Frogs are the Division I athletic teams from Texas Christian University.
Where is TCU Football Team From?
TCU is located just south of Dallas in Forth Worth, Texas. Its football team has played in the Big 12 since 2012.
Who Did TCU Lose to in College Football?
TCU is now 13-1 this season, with its only loss coming in overtime to Kansas State in the Big 12 championship game.
TCU will play in the 2022 national championship game against undefeated Georgia after compiling an impressive 12-1 record, then winning its College Football Playoff semifinal game against No. 2 Michigan.
— Ray Cartwright (@RayCartwright) January 1, 2023
Has TCU Won a National Championship?
TCU lays claim to two national championships, in 1935 and 1938. They haven’t been recognized as a national champion in 84 years and only rejoined the ranks of the power conferences about a decade ago.
TCU vs. Georgia TV Channel
College football fans will be able to catch the national championship game – No. 3 TCU vs. No. 1 Georgia – on Monday, January 9 at 7:30 PM ET on ESPN.
The NCAAF odds market for Monday’s title game currently has Georgia pegged as a 13-point favorite.
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