TCU needs him to heal up in a hurry.
TCU coach Gary Patterson said he had "no update" on Biletnikoff Award candidate Josh Doctson, who left Saturday’s game against Oklahoma State late in the second quarter after a defender fell on his arm.
I wouldn't want to be Kansas on Saturday.
A few weeks ago, Oklahoma rolled into Memorial Stadium on the heels of a shocking loss to bitter rival Texas and rolled the Jayhawks in response, 62-7.
Saturday, when Kansas heads south to take on 13th-ranked TCU, the Jayhawks will be walking into a similar storm created by the Horned Frogs’ loss to Oklahoma State and Heisman Trophy hopeful Trevone Boykin’s rough outing against the Cowboys.
He's been getting a lot of attention from Texas A&M.
Psalms 23:4 " Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; pic.twitter.com/WPpj2AGLej— Trayveon Williams (@TrayveonW) November 10, 2015
Frogs shouldn't look past Washington.
Don't look past: Dec. 8 at Washington in SeattleLorenzo Romar's Huskies enter the 2015-16 season with the program's lowest expectations since he was hired in April 2002 -- Washington was picked to finish 11th in the Pac-12. Romar, however, understands why. Nine players have left the program in the past year, and that was following a 5-13 run through conference play. But TCU has to make the trip to Seattle, which always is tough, and it too will be breaking in its share of newcomers. Washington's 2015 recruiting class was among the nation's best according to ESPN, checking in at No. 12. The Huskies may take their lumps this season, but talent is not in question.