It's still No. 1 in my book too, honestly.
“It would be hard to pass up the influence that the Rose Bowl year had for TCU,” he said Tuesday in a news conference previewing the start of practice. “I don’t think there’s any way you look at it unless you win a national championship. I think that’ll be hard to beat.”
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TCU's new pyramid sign gets straight to the point. The question is, can they?
The expectations are high. TCU coaches and players know it, too, which probably explains this sign that's displayed in the team's meeting room.
Pretty good stuff about playing with high expectations, defensive depth and coaching changes, Aaron Green, and the offensive line.
Head coach Gary Patterson, as well as his coordinators and a handful of players, gathered Tuesday to talk all things TCU football as the Frogs look to build on their first Big 12 title.
This year's motto underscores the monster expectations that will be with the Horned Frogs as they open camp Thursday.
"Prove them right."
“Last year, we had to prove people wrong," Patterson said. "This year, we have to prove people right.”
Pretty sage advice, if you ask me.
“You can’t look forward because that’s when you start worrying about something,” Goodley said, “just like when we went up to West Virginia.”