Dec 30, 2010

The Rose Bowl Legacy Float

The Rose Bowl Legacy Float

The Rose Bowl Legacy Campaign is turning to Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys for help saving and refurbishing the Rose Bowl.

Dec 30, 2010

Building the Rose Bowl Parade Floats

Building the Rose Bowl Parade Floats

Hours and hours of work and hundreds and hundreds of flowers go into making the parades for the Tournament of Roses Parade.

Dec 31, 2010
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By Elvira Sakmari

Where We Were: The Rose Bowl

MoshPix: NBCDFW's Newy Scruggs is covering TCU's appearance in the Rose Bowl... See Full Gallery

Dec 30, 2010

Rain Won't Dampen TCU Fans' Spirit

Rain Won't Dampen TCU Fans' Spirit

TCU fans supporting the team in Pasadena hope it won't rain on their parade.

Dec 30, 2010

Cheering on TCU, Rain or Shine

Cheering on TCU, Rain or Shine

TCU fans plan to cheer on the Horned Frogs in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena come rain or shine.

Jan 1, 2011
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By Jerome McClendon

Fanfare and Floats Decorate the Streets for 122nd Annual Rose Parade

The 2011 Rose Parade, themed Building Dreams, Friendships & Memories,... See Full Gallery

Dec 30, 2010
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By Jerome McClendon

The 97th Rose Bowl Game: TCU vs. Wisconsin

The No. 5 BCS ranked Wisconsin Badgers and the No. 3 BCS ranked TCU Horned Frogs... See Full Gallery

Dec 30, 2010

Beef Bowl: Badgers, Frogs Bring Appetites

Beef Bowl: Badgers, Frogs Bring Appetites

Two football teams and a lot of savory beef.

Dec 30, 2010

ESPN Selling Wisconsin Rose Bowl Champion Shirt

ESPN Selling Wisconsin Rose Bowl Champion Shirt

There is a lot of TCU merch in ESPN's shop, but there's only one champion shirt.

Dec 30, 2010

TCU Heads West

TCU Heads West

Fans give the team a rousing sendoff as it leaves for the Rose Bowl.

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