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TCU billboards appear in Columbus


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Multiple billboards congratulating TCU on its Rose Bowl victory popped up in Columbus, Ohio, several days after the Horned Frogs defeated Wisconsin 21-19.

The billboards seem to be a jab at Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee, who had made derogatory comments about the quality of non-automatic qualifying schools such as TCU and Boise State.

"I do know, having been both a Southeastern Conference president and a Big Ten president, that it's like murderer's row every week for these schools," Gee said in late November. "We do not play the Little Sisters of the Poor. We play very fine schools on any given day.
I think it's pretty funny. Gotta love it when schools to jabs at each other.



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This is pretty dumb. Gee never called TCU the Little Sisters of the Poor. He was saying that about their schedule. And does anyone really disagree with him? Wisconsin, Ohio State, and a few other Big Ten teams most likely would have gone undefeated with TCU's regular season schedule.


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This isn't saying TCU is the Little Sisters of the Poor. This is just them making fun of what he said, saying the Little Sisters of the Poor is congradulating them.