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|PARKING: TCU Horned Frogs vs. Baylor Bears|| Amon Carter Stadium Parking Lots
Fort Worth, TX
|TCU Horned Frogs vs. Baylor Bears|| Amon Carter Stadium
Fort Worth, TX
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The upcoming Baylor–TCU game is one of the most anticipated games in college football. It features one of the oldest and most played rivalries in college football in the US. Each year, the Baylor Bears meet the TCU Horned Frogs football team. So far, the two teams have played one hundred nine games. The interesting football rivalry can be seen live after purchasing Baylor–TCU tickets.
Amazingly, both sides tie in terms of games won, in the longstanding Baylor–TCU rivalry. Each has won fifty one games, with a record of 51–51–7. They first met in 1899, with the first game being a 0–0 tie. Their most recent meeting was in 2013, which saw the Baylor Bears defeat the TCU Horned Frogs by 41–38.
The oldest and most often played rivalry series in football began when the two schools were both located at Waco, Texas. Today, they are situated ninety miles apart and their rivalry continues.
The Baylor–TCU rivalry began in Waco and, initially, the Bears were members of the Southwest Conference as founders in 1915 with TCU joining the conference in 1923. The two teams would meet each other sixty nine times as members of the Southwest Conference. In 1995, the two teams stopped playing the annual game but continued it in 2006 after popular demand.
TCU is now a member of the Big 12 Conference, as of 2012. Games are played in Waco, Baylor's home, and Fort Worth, TCU's home. In Waco, Baylor holds the lead, with thirty games won and a 33–30–5 record. Similarly, TCU holds the record for most games won in Fort Worth, at twenty one, with a record of 21–18–1.
From 2014, games in Waco begun to be played at the newly built McLane Stadium off the Brazos River and opposite Baylor's main campus. In Fort Worth, games are played at the Amon G. Carter Stadium, built in 1930. The stadium was newly renovated in 2013, following a multi–million dollar grant. Forty one of the one hundred odd games played between the teams have been decided by less than seven points, with seven games ending in ties. One of the most memorable games was the 2011 game, which saw Robert Griffin III, a Hesiman Trophy winner setting up Aaron Jones' game winning goal in a game that was broadcast on ESPN.
The last four games have also been evenly split between the two teams; the Horned Frogs won the 2010 and 2012 games, whereas the Bears won the 2011 and 2013 games. The Bears also hold eight Conference Championships whereas the Horned Frogs hold seventeen Conference Championships and two National Championships. Catch both teams live with Baylor–TCU tickets.