Meet The KillerFrogs Team

Meet The KillerFrogs Team

Meet The KillerFrogs Team

If you have ever listened to the podcasts, visited the ultra-popular website with over 50,000 members, or followed KillerFrogs on social media; you may have wondered, who are these people? What are their ties to TCU? You asked, so now we’d like to introduce you to the team.

Ryann Zeller

Ryann is the proud co-owner and operator of She began another venture in early 2018 with the establishment of, a partnership with USA Today. She was at TCU from 1994-1998 where she was a co-ed cheerleader and a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Her time on campus, like many other girls, began in Colby Hall. In 1998, she graduated with a B.S. in Interior Design. She went back and earned her graduate degree in 2006. Her passion for sports runs in the family. Her mom worked in the Frogs’ football office when Gary Patterson was the defensive coordinator, and her dad graduated from Alabama during the Bear Bryant era. Currently, she works full-time in the technology industry.

Sean Foushee

Sean is the man behind the curtain. He keeps the website and podcasts rolling. Sean graduated from TCU in 1999 with a BME in Music Education. He was a four-year member of the TCU Jazz Band, Wind Ensemble, and Marching Band. He was a proud member of the Mu Phi Epsilon fraternity. He fell in love with his wife playing racquetball at TCU. Sean is very active on the forum and helps manage the controlled chaos. He is a whiskey expert and college professor.

Wes Phelan

Wes is the KillerFrogs Emeritus. He helped establish KillerFrogs back in 1997. He was a co-owner with Scott Nix for many years. Wes graduated from TCU in 1973 with a BA in Radio-TV-Film and a BS in Geology. He was the Sports Director of KTCU-FM in 1972 and 1973. Wes was a member of the Marching Band in 1969. He is sheriff of the Scott Nix Frog Fan Forum. Wes used to teach women’s racquetball at TCU. He was in heaven and was able to scrounge up a few dates. Wes is a sales professional and ordained minister. He may be called “Father” Wes.

W.C. Nix

W.C. is an expert analyst. runs in the Nix family. His late brother, Scott, played a huge role in putting on the map. W.C. was an offensive lineman during his time at TCU. He was inducted into the TCU Hall of Fame in 2008. He was a member of the 1986 National Strength and Conditioning All-American Team. W.C. was selected to the All-Southwest Conference Team during his junior and senior year. He was the only TCU football player voted all-conference in those two seasons.

W.C. was selected to the TCU-All-Century Team. He was a two-time Rogers Trophy Winner for the Most Valuable Player. W.C. graduated from TCU with a BA in sports journalism. W.C. is a sales professional.

Shannon Brazzell

Shannon is an expert analyst. He played linebacker at TCU from 1997-2000. He was an all-conference player in 1999 and 2000. Shannon is the former executive director of the LaDainian Tomlinson Touching Lives Foundation. Shannon had the honor of playing for Coach Gary Patterson during his time at TCU. He was an integral part of the resurrection of Frogs football in the 1990s. The Frogs finished 1-10 his freshman year and 10-1 his senior year. Shannon was voted to the team’s leadership council his junior and senior year. He earned his degree from TCU in 2000. Shannon spent time in training camp with the Oakland Raiders. He is a coach and entrepreneur.

Tony Boblowski is the sideline photographer. He gets all the great shots. Here is a favorite from this season.

Can’t forget the roster of elite website administrators who help make the premier site for TCU fans.

That brings us to the most essential part of the team, the valued members. Spend some time on the forum and get to know the posters. They are a passionate bunch who love all things TCU.

Join the largest online forum for TCU fans at Catch the podcasts every Tuesday. Go Frogs!


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