TCU debuts new faces on offense, but ‘Turp’ needs no introduction | Fort Worth Star Telegram
ALLOW ME TO REINTRODUCE MYSELF.
“He’s his own person,” receiver Deanté Gray said. “He’s KaVontae Turpin. You’ve got to love him. He loves to play football. He’s super-competitive. That attitude shows on and off the field. I think what’s lost is how hard he works. How he plays is a reflection of how hard he works.”
What’s on the line for TCU in its opener | Dallas Morning News
If Tennessee vs. Appalachian State was any inspiration to take SDSU seriously, it’s a message that isn’t new to TCU.
Patterson has spent much of the past week reminding his team that teams like South Dakota State, a strong team that is eighth in the preseason Football Championship Subdivision rankings, should not be taken lightly.
Smart move by Gary Patterson to temper expectations on QB Kenny Hill | ESPN
Kenny Hill has a reasonable expectation set for him: Just take care of your part, and let the others take care of theirs.
“The biggest thing is having a handle for the offense and not feeling you have to do too much,” Patterson said of his quarterback. “Just run the offense and let the offense work for you.”