1. Riff Ram

“Riff, Ram, Bah, Zoo/Lickety, Lickety, Zoo Zoo/Who, Wah, Wah, Who/Give ‘em Hell, TCU!” One of the oldest cheers in college sports, the Riff Ram is a nonsensical cheer that unites TCU fans. Listen here.

2. Jane and John Justin Hall of Fame

Stop by the Jane and John Justin Hall of Fame before the game to learn all about the history TCU athletics. The Hall of Fame features exhibits dedicated to the best players and moments in all 18 of school’s varsity sports, so make sure to check it out.

 

3. Super Frog (Mascot)

Super Frog can be seen throughout the game and is one of the biggest symbols of school spirit at TCU. This mascot spends his time interacting with the crowd and electrifying the atmosphere of each home game. Being one of the more popular mascots in the NCAA Super Frog helps infuse team spirit on the field with his charm.

3. Frog Hand Sign

Since its inception in 1980, fans of TCU have been using the frog hand gesture in order to show their pride for the Horned Frogs. The sign is made by bending your index and middle finger at the knuckle.

5. Horned Frog Court Design

Schollmaier Arena is home to an incredibly unique court. The court inside the arena features the design of a horned frog’s scales, which gives the arena an extra special look and feel.

6. Purple Haze

TCU’s Purple Haze student section do an excellent job of supporting the Horned Frogs. They may not be as well known as some of the other student sections in the conference, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t loud so enjoy their chants throughout the game.

7. TCU Spirit Squad and Showgirls

The TCU Spirit Squad and Showgirls do an excellent job of creating a collegiate atmosphere by entertaining the crowd throughout the game. Enjoy the performances of these two spirit groups when attending a Horned Frogs game.

8. Exterior Artwork

Make sure to take a minute to enjoy the Arena’s new facade that was installed in 2015. The exterior now features artwork and is a must see for anyone making their first trip to TCU.

9. TCU-Baylor Rivalry

TCU and Baylor have a fierce rivalry in football that carries over to the hardwood, and both of these schools were located in Waco at one point creating an intense rivalry. The Horned Frogs and Bears are two of the biggest rivals in the Big 12, so make sure to be in attendance when these two Texas schools face off.

10. Concession Courtyard

The concession courtyard at Schollmaier Arena is a great place to grab a bite to eat during the game. The food court is home to three concession stands, chairs, and tables, and even gives you a great view of the football practice field so stop by if you get hungry.

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