November 8th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

When Jeremiah Donati came to work at TCU in 2011, the Horned Frogs were in the Mountain West Conference. It’s been a fast-paced few years and now Donati is the athletic director at TCU. Donati first ran the fundraising for the TCU Frog Club when he came to Fort Worth before ascending in the athletic department to become deputy athletic director before becoming the head man when Chris Del Conte left for the University of Texas in December 2017. Donati has played a major role in the Horned Frogs’ success in athletics development and facility upgrades. The most recent project saw construction begin in June for a $100 million Amon G. Carter Stadium premium seating expansion. TCU hopes the project will be completed for the first game in 2019. He also discussed scheduling. Current Power Five teams on the schedule include at Purdue (2019), at California (2020), vs. California (2021), at Colorado (2022), vs. Colorado (2023), at Stanford (2024), at North Carolina (2025), vs. North Carolina (2026), vs. Stanford (2027), at Duke (2028), vs. Duke (2-29) and Purdue (2030). TCU scheduled California, Colorado and North Carolina schools because of the cluster of TCU alums in those areas. -Phil Hicks, Tyler Morning Telegraph, Read More

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