The Flying T Club stands as the official NIL Collective of TCU Athletics. Our mission is to champion opportunities for student-athletes and local charities in our community.

By uniting athletes, alumni, fans, sponsors, and charitable organizations, we aim to elevate the personal and professional growth of our student-athletes.

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, our goal is to empower Horned Frog student-athletes, enabling them to leverage the influence of their NIL (Name, Image & Likeness) as a meaningful benefit to them and our community.


The Flying T Club, TCU's NIL Collective, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting TCU student-athletes and other non-profit charities in our community.

Donors gain access to an array of exclusive events where you will rub elbows with our athletes and coaches, as well as private tailgate experiences, one-of-a-kind merchandise, and our quarterly newsletter.



"The Flying T" is the nickname used to refer to a storied TCU logo.  It was designed by TCU football player Marshall K. Harris (Class of 1979) in 1977.  Harris designed the Flying T logo for one of his art classes at TCU.  He shared his design with his coaches and it ultimately became the official logo for all sports from then until the early 1990's.  It remains a popular nostalgic logo and has gained new-found popularity with the founding of our club.  Marshall generously offered us the use of his logo and purchases of merchandise bearing it to benefit TCU student-athletes.  



  • Sonny Dykes, Head Football Coach

    “We wouldn’t be able to do the things we’ve been able to do without the Flying T Club. They allow us to reward the players that have poured into the program. We’ve got to continue to get people involved. It’s more important right now than it’s ever been."

  • Jamie Dixon, Head Men's Basketball Coach

    “Our athletes are working year-round. There is no time for a part-time job or internship. The Flying T Club provides financial support for our athletes and allows them to do important charitable work in the Fort Worth community as well."

  • Kirk Saarloos, Head Baseball Coach

    “Baseball is not a full-scholarship sport. Without the Flying T Club, TCU wouldn’t be affordable for many of the talented players we have on our roster. If people like winning, invest in the Flying T Club”

  • Jeremiah Donati, Athletic Director

    "We’re lucky to have a collective that is as strong and as powerful as the Flying T Club. It’s a big deal for us. It’s a game-changer. The thing about NIL is I think there’s a right and a wrong way to do it. The Flying T Club is doing it the right way. I would encourage any fans out there to support them."

  • Quentin Johnston, Former TCU WR & Flying T Club Ambassador

    “During my time at TCU, the Flying T Club really did a good job taking care of me and my teammates. The connections I made through the Flying T Club will last me a lifetime.”

  • Max Duggan, Former TCU QB & Flying T Club Ambassador

    “The Flying T Club is a first class organization that truly cares about the Student-Athletes at TCU”

  • Brayden Taylor, Former TCU Infielder & Flying T Club Ambassador

    “The Flying T Club is an outstanding organization that loves to help student-athletes at TCU. I am extremely grateful for all they have done for me and my teammates."