Very few active coaches have a statue at the school where they still work. Today, TCU's Gary Patterson received that honor. Patterson, who took over the program during the 2000 season ahead of the bowl game, is the winningest coach in Horned Frogs' history, with a record of 143-47. He led the team to an undefeated 13-0 2010 season, culminating in a Rose Bowl win, and has guided TCU into the Big 12, where it has become a top team in the conference.
Patterson, along with legendary quarterback Davey O'Brien, and coach Dutch Meyer, who led TCU to national championships in 1935 and 1938, had his statue officially unveiled today.
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Video of the full ceremony is available at GoFrogs.com.