It's finally here, fall camp!!
Tuesday's itinerary begins with a 10:30 a.m. NCAA Compliance meeting. TCU head coach Gary Patterson and select players and assistant coaches will then participate in a media luncheon and availability. The afternoon schedule includes physicals, equipment disbursement and team meetings.
Ryan Gerbosi of the Dallas Morning News predicts who will come out on top to be the new starting linebacker, cornerback, DT, and OT.
Rarely have more questions surrounded the Horned Frogs’ defense entering a season, but with just one opening available on the offense and plenty on the other side of the ball, that’s where we are with 2015 set to begin.
"Everybody has told me there’s always another level the second year," the TCU coach said. "Kind of like last year, I’m going to wait and see what the difference is."
Here's the nugget about the Frogs:
Where do the Gophers have an advantage against TCU in the season opener? Or maybe a better question: What unit has to win in order for the Gophers to beat the Horned Frogs? – Greg Bohnsack
I think the Gophers need to win up front, in the trenches. They will have one of the better offensive fronts in the Big Ten. The d-line? It has potential and more to prove that is offensive counterpart. Still, if the Minnesota offensive front can win its battle, that would keep Mitch Leidner clean and allow the Gophers to control the clock with their physical running attack—thus shortening the game and keeping the ball away from TCU and its deadly offense led by Trevone Boykin.
Congrats to Kyan Anderson on signing with a team in Belgium!
Anderson will play professionally for Crelan Okapi Aalstar of the Belgium-Scooore League. Okapi Aalstar has captured one Belgian Cup and two Belgian Supercups in recent years.
Kerley has been the most consistent Jets receiver over the past few seasons, but will he be able to break out in 2015?
In the midst of all the excitement, one player who is easy to forget about is wide receiver Jeremy Kerley. Kerley, a 2011 fifth round pick out of TCU, has been a steady, if not spectacular, wide receiver for the Jets.