“He was hopping around a little bit yesterday,” Patterson said Monday during the Big 12 coaches conference call. “He was the one that wanted to get taped up and go. I was not the guy that pushed him to do that. It was, ‘Yeah, it’s feeling better. Let’s tape it up. Let’s see what I can do today.’ It was fun to watch him back.”
Green has battled all season, and to watch everyone going down around him, it has to be tough.
“It’s just, I’m talking emotionally, just the fact that a lot of these guys, I’ll never play with them again,” Green said. “It’s just not really how you envision your senior year going. I know you say we’re 9-2. But I want to win them all.”
More bad news for TCU baseball this offseason.
Preston Guillory, 22, was arrested early Saturday morning on two charges of assault causing bodily injury and one charge of public intoxication. Guillory was on a bus back to campus from the Vee Lounge in downtown Fort Worth when the incident occured, police said.
There are several young players who are rounding into shape for the Frogs.
One is Vladimir Brodziansky, who has been a reliable offensive presence, but needs to be better on the other end, coach Trent Johnson said.
Another is Malique Trent, a sophomore transfer who was the offensive spark that got TCU back in the game on Saturday with 18 points, including 15 in the second half.