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Thursday, October 17, 2002
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Soft-spoken back making loud plays
True freshman running back Lonta Hobbs is making the transition seem smooth from high school 3A football to Division I.

Success has come individually for Lonta Hobbs, but his experience at TCU is one of the firsts where success has come as a team.


Photographer/Simon Lopez
True freshman running back Lonta Hobbs (shown in his debut against Houston) has impressed Frog coaches and players, running for 157 yards and two touchdowns in his first two college games.
Men’s soccer team lose to Blazers despite late-half surge

The men’s soccer team dropped the first of three straight home matches Wednesday, losing to Conference USA foe Alabama-Birmingham, 4-0.
Basketball teams to kick off season with Frog Madness

Men’s head coach Neil Dougherty and women's head coach Jeff Mittie will be unveiling their 2002-03 basketball teams to the public at the first-ever Frog Madness Basketball Tip-off Event at 7 p.m. Friday in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

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