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TCU Horned Frogs Odds

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@ Stanford Cardinal
Stanford
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Stanford vs TCU Odds

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SpreadTotalMoneyline
TCU
-9.5-110
o60.5-110
-334
STAN
+9.5-110
u60.5-110
+265

Horned Frogs Injuries

All NCAAF Injuries

There are no injuries for this team currently.

Horned Frogs 2024 Schedule & Betting Odds

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Sep 14thUCF----
Sep 8thLIU----
Aug 31st@STAN----

TCU Horned Frogs 2023 Season Preview

The 2022 season was the high water mark for the Horned Frogs progam. A shocking trip to the National Championship has TCU faithful rabid for continued success in 2023.

Unfortunately, though, the Horned Frogs lost most of the players on that National Championship contending team, only returning 11 starters from a season ago. The offensive side of the ball will look completely different behind new starting QB Chandler Morris and several transfers. Still, it seems unlikely that the Horned Frogs will be able to replicate their 37.4 PPG in 2023, which was the 9th best offense last season.

It's likely that TCU will have to rely on its defense while the new-look offense finds its rhythm. This side of the ball will have eight returning starters from last season. While only the 89th best defense in the FBS last season, the experience on this side of the ball could be sufficient to keep the team afloat early on. The biggest glaring weakness on defense is a lack of a solid pass rush. This will be where the program needs to step up to be successful in 2023.

Despite the significant roster turnover from 2022, TCU sits in fifth to win the Big 12 with consensus odds of +1779.

TCU Horned Frogs Point Spreads

The point spread is a margin of victory that the favored team must win by and the underdog must try to avoid losing by. Betting on the spread is one of the most common ways for bettors to get action on college football, so bettors should be aware of what one is and how it works.

Here’s an example to help understand:

  • Baylor Bears (+6.5)
  • TCU Horned Frogs (-6.5)

In the above example, you can tell that TCU is the favored team because its point spread has a minus sign (-) next to it; the visiting Baylor Bears are denoted as underdogs with a plus sign (+). Since the Horned Frogs are 6.5-point favorites, they would need to win the game by seven points or more to cover the spread. Bets on Baylor’s point spread would win if the Bears won the game outright or lost by six points or fewer.

TCU Horned Frogs Moneylines

Betting on the point spread is a bet on the margin of victory; betting on the moneyline is a bet on who you think will win the game, no other questions asked. Just like point spreads, the team favored on the moneyline will be indicated with a minus sign (-) and the underdog identified with a plus sign (+).

Let’s revisit our earlier example to understand further:

  • Baylor Bears +190
  • TCU Horned Frogs -235

The odds you see here are written in American format, which means you can understand them in terms of $10 or $100. Since the Horned Frogs are -235 favorites, that means a bettor would need to risk $235 to win $100 if TCU won. Meanwhile, a bet on the Bears at +190 would see a $100 bettor win $190 if Baylor pulled off the upset.

TCU Horned Frogs Over/Unders

Betting on a team to win or cover a point spread isn’t the only type of wager allowed on Horned Frogs football. Almost all sportsbooks will offer a total on the game, also known as an over/under. This bet is not on the winner of the contest, but on the number of points the two teams will combine to score:  Sportsbooks hang a number, and bettors can wager either over or under that total.

If the number for our hypothetical Baylor vs. TCU matchup was 59 points, over bettors would require 60 points or more to cash their tickets, while those who bet the under would need 58 points or fewer. If the two teams scored exactly 59 points between them, that bet would push and all wagers would be refunded.

TCU Horned Frogs Props

Bettors who are more accustomed to fantasy football or daily fantasy shouldn’t handcuff themselves to bets that ride on the performance of one or both teams. Prop bets cover a wide variety of bets that are more likely on specific players or specific outcomes than they are on either team.

Most prop bets are player props, which are largely bets on an individual stat line. Common examples can include over/under bets on a player’s passing, rushing, or receiving yards; betting a player to score a touchdown, whether it be anytime or the first or last of the game; or betting on a player to lead the game in a certain statistic.

Game props are most often bets on events determined by the sportsbook, such as who will win the third quarter or the coin toss. Different books offer different props, so read our sportsbook reviews to make sure you can bet the props you want to.

TCU Horned Frogs Futures

Is this the year the TCU Horned Frogs finally get the credit they're due and make the College Football Playoff? Bettors who think Gary Patterson’s team makes the leap this season would be wise to place their bets in the futures market.

Futures are bets that won’t resolve until after the season and are most often made before the season begins. Futures can be bets on a team’s success or an individual’s performance.

Examples of futures bets on TCU could be betting the Horned Frogs to win the Big 12 or make the College Football Playoff, putting money on TCU to go over its regular-season win total of 7.5, or betting that they’ll win the national championship.

Futures on players exist as well and are most often found as season-long player props, such as betting QB Chandler Morris to throw over or under a certain number of touchdowns. Because odds and lines on futures can vary from book to book, we recommend shopping for the best number using the Action Network app.

Next TCU Game

Game Details
@ Stanford Cardinal
Stanford
location pin
Sat 8/312:30 AM

Stanford vs TCU Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
TCU
-9.5-110
o60.5-110
-334
STAN
+9.5-110
u60.5-110
+265

Horned Frogs Injuries

All NCAAF Injuries

There are no injuries for this team currently.

TCU Horned Frogs 2023 Season Preview

The 2022 season was the high water mark for the Horned Frogs progam. A shocking trip to the National Championship has TCU faithful rabid for continued success in 2023.

Unfortunately, though, the Horned Frogs lost most of the players on that National Championship contending team, only returning 11 starters from a season ago. The offensive side of the ball will look completely different behind new starting QB Chandler Morris and several transfers. Still, it seems unlikely that the Horned Frogs will be able to replicate their 37.4 PPG in 2023, which was the 9th best offense last season.

It's likely that TCU will have to rely on its defense while the new-look offense finds its rhythm. This side of the ball will have eight returning starters from last season. While only the 89th best defense in the FBS last season, the experience on this side of the ball could be sufficient to keep the team afloat early on. The biggest glaring weakness on defense is a lack of a solid pass rush. This will be where the program needs to step up to be successful in 2023.

Despite the significant roster turnover from 2022, TCU sits in fifth to win the Big 12 with consensus odds of +1779.

TCU Horned Frogs Point Spreads

The point spread is a margin of victory that the favored team must win by and the underdog must try to avoid losing by. Betting on the spread is one of the most common ways for bettors to get action on college football, so bettors should be aware of what one is and how it works.

Here’s an example to help understand:

  • Baylor Bears (+6.5)
  • TCU Horned Frogs (-6.5)

In the above example, you can tell that TCU is the favored team because its point spread has a minus sign (-) next to it; the visiting Baylor Bears are denoted as underdogs with a plus sign (+). Since the Horned Frogs are 6.5-point favorites, they would need to win the game by seven points or more to cover the spread. Bets on Baylor’s point spread would win if the Bears won the game outright or lost by six points or fewer.

TCU Horned Frogs Moneylines

Betting on the point spread is a bet on the margin of victory; betting on the moneyline is a bet on who you think will win the game, no other questions asked. Just like point spreads, the team favored on the moneyline will be indicated with a minus sign (-) and the underdog identified with a plus sign (+).

Let’s revisit our earlier example to understand further:

  • Baylor Bears +190
  • TCU Horned Frogs -235

The odds you see here are written in American format, which means you can understand them in terms of $10 or $100. Since the Horned Frogs are -235 favorites, that means a bettor would need to risk $235 to win $100 if TCU won. Meanwhile, a bet on the Bears at +190 would see a $100 bettor win $190 if Baylor pulled off the upset.

TCU Horned Frogs Over/Unders

Betting on a team to win or cover a point spread isn’t the only type of wager allowed on Horned Frogs football. Almost all sportsbooks will offer a total on the game, also known as an over/under. This bet is not on the winner of the contest, but on the number of points the two teams will combine to score:  Sportsbooks hang a number, and bettors can wager either over or under that total.

If the number for our hypothetical Baylor vs. TCU matchup was 59 points, over bettors would require 60 points or more to cash their tickets, while those who bet the under would need 58 points or fewer. If the two teams scored exactly 59 points between them, that bet would push and all wagers would be refunded.

TCU Horned Frogs Props

Bettors who are more accustomed to fantasy football or daily fantasy shouldn’t handcuff themselves to bets that ride on the performance of one or both teams. Prop bets cover a wide variety of bets that are more likely on specific players or specific outcomes than they are on either team.

Most prop bets are player props, which are largely bets on an individual stat line. Common examples can include over/under bets on a player’s passing, rushing, or receiving yards; betting a player to score a touchdown, whether it be anytime or the first or last of the game; or betting on a player to lead the game in a certain statistic.

Game props are most often bets on events determined by the sportsbook, such as who will win the third quarter or the coin toss. Different books offer different props, so read our sportsbook reviews to make sure you can bet the props you want to.

TCU Horned Frogs Futures

Is this the year the TCU Horned Frogs finally get the credit they're due and make the College Football Playoff? Bettors who think Gary Patterson’s team makes the leap this season would be wise to place their bets in the futures market.

Futures are bets that won’t resolve until after the season and are most often made before the season begins. Futures can be bets on a team’s success or an individual’s performance.

Examples of futures bets on TCU could be betting the Horned Frogs to win the Big 12 or make the College Football Playoff, putting money on TCU to go over its regular-season win total of 7.5, or betting that they’ll win the national championship.

Futures on players exist as well and are most often found as season-long player props, such as betting QB Chandler Morris to throw over or under a certain number of touchdowns. Because odds and lines on futures can vary from book to book, we recommend shopping for the best number using the Action Network app.