Let’s Go: TCU Is Latest School To Announce 100% Capacity Plan

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Things are returning to normal all over the great state of Texas and TCU is getting in on the fun.

According to athletic director Jeremiah Donati, all Horned Frogs teams will be open to 100% capacity seating for fall sports.

“We are very excited about returning to 100 percent capacity because we know what it means to our fan experience and in providing a great home field advantage for our student-athletes,” Donati said in a statement. “With this great news, we will continue to follow all health and safety protocols with enhanced cleaning and sanitizing to ensure everyone feels secure about attending the games.”

Full capacity actually could be implemented sooner than the fall, too.

After all, TCU is among the 20 possible host sites for the NCAA baseball regionals, set to take place next month.

Otherwise, the football program will be the first to admit full attendance, with the Frogs opening the season Sept. 4 at home vs. Duquesne. Each of TCU’s first four games are at home, with seven taking place there overall. Amon G. Carter Stadium seats 50,000.

Masks, by the way, will be optional.

TCU finished 6-4 overall last season, including 5-4 in the Big 12. You can check out TCU’s full 2021 football schedule right here.

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.

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