“I think we were much better prepared when we played Ohio State, and we handled their speed better, so our kids are excited about playing [TCU],” Kill said. “It’s the first game of the year and we’ll both be a little bit rusty. Anytime you play the first game of the year, preparation will change a little bit. In fall camp, we’re going to have to make some decisions early with players and personnel and start preparing for TCU. … But they’re one that I know our kids are excited about playing.”
"We've got a lot of practices before we get to Minnesota, which it's going to be a very tough ballgame," Patterson said. "It's like Custer. The only difference between Custer and us is we know what's on the other side of the hill."
"William is invaluable and the thing about him is that he is a quarterback that will get out there to play some receiver," said Galloway. "Look at (Trevone) Boykin, he did it well and did it well against us, so Coach Holgorsen will take that same approach of a quarterback first that can play receiver too."
Even in the offseason, fans of both schools feud on Twitter, as if Baylor’s 61-58 comeback victory over the Frogs happened yesterday.
But the Horned Frogs and the Bears aren’t having any part in the mudslinging between their supporters. Actually, they said they don’t even see it as a rivalry.
“You can talk about [Alabama’s] Nick Saban and people like that who are defensive coaches. But I think Patterson is as good as any coach in college football right now,” Brandt said. “What he’s done there is off the charts."
Fields told ESPN he would enroll on Aug. 4. at Louisville, which faces Auburn in the Sept. 5 Chick-fil-A Kickoff in Atlanta. The Cardinals open fall camp on Aug. 6.