A custom tailor made Verrett a suit he can’t wait to show off as he walks across the stage at Radio City Music Hall on Thursday when he hopes to be a first-round pick. He refused to offer many details.
Remember him? It wasn’t long ago that Pachall was considered one of the top quarterbacks in college football after he replaced Andy Dalton at TCU.
The No. 19 Horned Frogs are 19-1 since April 1 and have won 12 consecutive games entering this weekend’s series with Oklahoma at Lupton Stadium.
Equally impressive has been the run put on by the Horned Frogs riding a 12 game winning streak and having won 19 of 20. TCU has thrown eight shutouts and has only allowed more than three runs four times over this run.
The Horned Frogs will battle the Rebels on Thursday, Dec. 4 inside C.M. "Tad" Smith Coliseum in Oxford, Miss. A year ago, the Frogs defeated Mississippi State in the 2013 Big 12/SEC Challenge, 71-61.
Although TCU’s defense appeared to take a step backward in 2013, Gary Patterson’s program is built around one of the best defenses in the conference. A closer look at the numbers during TCU’s first two seasons in the Big 12 makes it clear the Horned Frogs could be the surprise of the league in 2014 if their new offense finds its footing and starts holding up its end of the bargain.