TCU Drug Bust Surprised Former Frogs, To Say The Least

Over the past two days, the TCU Horned Frogs have not only seen four players arrested due to marijuana distribution, but have also seen their entire operation branded as just one big Copacabana. Two of the soon-to-be collared players allegedly told police that scores of their teammates were also using. Though that's barely even possible, the number 82 caught on.

Former players have expressed shock to the Star-Telegram's Stefan Stevenson, with one saying TCU's drug culture was limited to "a small group of guys." Jeff Olson, the outgoing left tackle who tweeted Thursday to clarify that football players weren't involved in the hard drugs ring, told Stevenson he felt "shock" and "concern" after hearing about the news.

The investigation is ongoing. Since the four Frogs are accused of selling to players, there could also be subsequent warrants out for the buyers as well.

For more on Horned Frogs football, visit TCU blog Frogs O' War, plus SB Nation Dallas.

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