TCU football will host its annual spring scrimmage at Amon G. Carter Stadium on Saturday, April 7, 2018. The scrimmage will mark the conclusion of TCU football’s spring practice.
Find game time and how to watch info below:
TCU spring game time, details
The 2018 TCU spring game will kickoff at 1 p.m. CT. The game will be played at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas.
How can I watch the TCU spring game?
You will have to be in attendance. The TCU spring game will not be broadcast in any form, nor is any video or long-lens photography permitted at the event.
The good news is that the TCU spring game is free to the public. Gates are set to open at Noon CT.
How can I follow the TCU spring game if I can’t attend?
If you can’t make it to Amon G. Carter Stadium for the TCU spring game, you can receive live updates from DieHards.com once the game kicks off.
What to watch for at the TCU spring game
With several playmakers from the 2017 offense gone, including quarterback Kenny Hill and running back Kyle Hicks, the Horned Frogs’ unit is set to have a bit of a different look in 2018.
The biggest storyline by far is the battle for the starting quarterback job. Shawn Robinson and Justin Rogers, two quarterbacks separated by just one year and two of the highest rated recruits in TCU history, are the names that most Horned Frogs fans will recognize. But Penn transfer Michael Collins has also reportedly been impressive in spring practice for TCU.
Robinson, as a freshman in 2017, led TCU to a 23-7 victory at Texas Tech in placed of an injured Hill. Rogers, part of TCU’s 2018 recruiting class, enrolled early this year after missing virtually his entire senior season in high school due to a knee injury. Saturday, however, should provide the chance for fans to see just what Collins can bring to the table after sneaking into the picture.
Replacing talent from 2017 doesn’t end with the offense. TCU has several holes in the secondary to plug — notably corner back Rathony Texada and safety Nick Orr, both of whom the Horned Frogs are losing to graduation.
With cold and windy weather in the forecast, don’t expect TCU’s spring game to necessarily be a high-flying offensive show. That wasn’t even the case in much warmer weather last year, as the game ended with a score of 6-0. Nonetheless, get ready for a first-hand glimpse at how Gary Patterson and co. have handled multiple adjustments throughout the spring.