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.”
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.
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.”