According to Gary Patterson.
TCU star quarterback Trevone Boykin will not start and is unlikely to play Saturday against Oklahoma, Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson told ESPN's Holly Rowe.
Things weren't supposed to be this way.
The Horned Frogs are nobody’s darling anymore. They opened the season at No. 2, and despite the weekly injuries and close scrapes, they continued to hang around the top five. They got credit for the way they finished last season and rolled into this season with one of the nation’s top offenses and a leading Heisman contender. But one loss evaporated that goodwill. The Frogs plummeted in the CFP committee rankings after Oklahoma State. Boykin’s first four-interception game made his Heisman hopes disappear like a puff of dust. TCU is now the committee’s lowest-ranked one-loss team, a mere afterthought after months of riding high.
A necessary measure in these times, I suppose.
TCU officials announced Thursday they were instituting bag security measures similar to what’s already in place at National Football League games. Backpacks, diaper bags and large purses are now forbidden. Fans can bring small clutch purses or clear bags no larger than 14-inches by 14-inches.
Bedlam will be insane if both Oklahoma schools come away with wins this weekend.
Three weeks ago, Baylor and TCU were in the top eight of the first CFP rankings. Now, each is trying to avoid a second loss this month, with Oklahoma and Oklahoma State on the verge of setting up the most momentous Bedlam showdown ever.
TCU has won 20 consecutive non-conference games. That will be put to the test this afternoon.
“South Dakota State is very, very good,” TCU coach Trent Johnson said. “Two teams last year in college basketball that I thought should have been in the NCAA Tournament, one was South Dakota State.”
A weak resume isn't just a problem for the football teams in the Big 12.
Last season, the Horned Frogs missed a berth into the NCAA tournament by the narrowest of margins, holding a résumé that the committee deemed just a little less strong than a few other programs.
The Horned Frogs (3-0) have a chance to make a big statement toward their case for an NCAA tournament slot when they travel to College Station on Saturday to face No. 12 Texas A&M.
The future is bright, y'all.
Shawn Robinson, Guyer’s five-star junior quarterback, rushed for 269 yards and four touchdowns, as the Wildcats pulled away from Carroll for a 48-35 win in the Class 6A Division II area round at Eagle Stadium.