Let’s do some research on The Texas Christian University.
In case you didn’t know, TCU is currently ranked fourth in the country for football. Yes, they lead the Big 12 and I know a lot of people in our area care about them. This has led to many more people watching their games and someone had a very interesting opinion after watching one of their most recent games. Below is a small snippet from the Fort Worth Star Telegram of a fan opinion.
I saw a large banner near the end zone that does not reflect the university class or the word “Christian” in its name. The red phrase “Give it hell” does not imply good sportsmanship or respect for an opponent. A message encouraging the team to play their best and dominate the opponent could have been stated without using that classless epithet. TCU fans, you can do better. Go Frogs, you brat fan.
Well, I don’t know how close of a fan this person is to the horned frogs, but he’s actually into their chanting. Which is one of the weirdest things in college football. If you thought Texas A&M’s ‘Gig’em’ chant was weird. Check this out.
“Riff, Ram, Bah, Zoo, Lickety Lickety, Zoo Zoo, Who Wah, Wah Who, Give ’em hell, TCU!”
What does this even mean? I don’t even know, I’ve tried looking it up and all I can find is that the chant has been around since the early 1900s for TCU. As someone who grew up going to catholic school, I can understand how people are offended by the word hell.
We tried to get our football team to take the field to AC/DC’s ‘Hells Bells’ and you would have thought we had killed someone in our locker room when we proposed this idea to our coach. Basically saying he wasn’t going to have a Catholic school take the field to ‘Hells Bells’.
Honestly, I don’t care about the Give’em Hell line, I just want to know what the rest of this chant means. The ‘Give’em Hell’ is the only logical part. Lickety Zoo Lickety Zoo sounds much more offensive to me.
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What are TCU students called?
|Previous name||Add-Male Part & Female College (1873-1889) Add-Ran Christian University (1889-1902)|
|Academic staff||981 (623 Full time)|
|Students||12,273 (Fall 2022)|
|Undergraduates||10,523 (Fall 2022)|
|Postgraduates||1,750 (Fall 2022)|
What kind of importance is TCU known for? The most popular majors at Texas Christian University include: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services; Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs; Health Professions and Related Programs; Social Sciences; Visual and Performing Arts; Psychology; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Education; … Read also : ‘Kaizer Chiefs’ #1 cheerleader’: Itu Khune warms up to his wife.
What is a TCU Ranger? The TCU Rangers are a collective spirit program of enthusiastic TCU students committed to generating mass participation and excitement at TCU athletic events and TCU community gatherings not only on campus but also around the city of Fort Worth.
Where are most TCU students from? 40 percent of TCU students come from Texas, 55 percent come from other states and 5 percent from other countries.
What do TCU fans yell at kickoff?
chant One of the oldest known chants in the country, “Riff Ram” dates back to the 1920s. Students and alumni cheer him on in the stands and experience him on the Jumbotron every home game, as TCU legends like LT and Andy Dalton serenade the crowd just before kickoff.
Where did the Ram Bah Reef Zoo come from? It’s the oldest cheer in the Southwest Conference, TCU’s original athletic conference, and it may date back all the way to the 1920s. Give ’em Hell, TCU. There is also the TCU Fight Song, composed in 1926 by band director Claude Sammis.
What does TCU Horned Frogs mean? The TCU Horned Frogs are the athletic teams that represent Texas Christian University. The 18 varsity teams participate in NCAA Division I and the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) for football, competing primarily in the Big 12 Conference.