Patterson notched his 150th win with TCU on Saturday, and he responded in the most Gary Patterson way.
Saturday night’s 63-0 victory against Jackson State was No. 150 for him as head coach at TCU.
“Means I can get to 151,” he said. “Try to.”
This is an interesting way to compare the opening rosters of both teams from week 1. It also shows just how far TCU has come in recruiting.
The most competitive matchup looks like Arkansas’ wide receivers against the TCU defensive backfield. Both groups are filled with 3-star prospects. That matchup should go a long way toward deciding the outcome.
Kenedy Snell, Jalen Reagor, Shawn Robinson, Tre’Vontae Hights, Kerry Johnson, and a handful of other true freshmen made impact plays against Jackson State. It’s hard to tell who was happiest for them, but Kenny Hill is probably near the top of the list.
“They can go a little bit. I was so happy for those guys,” Hill said. “Snell, his first touch he scores, then we get it to Jalen, I thought he was about to score on his first touch. I threw my hands up thinking it was a touchdown.
The small forward selected TCU over Tulsa, while also holding offers from Wichita State, Arkansas, and Houston.
This marks the third pledge of the 2018 recruiting class for TCU. Hunt joins fellow in-state recruits Kendric Davis and Russell Barlow to make up TCU's current recruiting class.
TCU soccer moved to 5-1 with a hard-fought win over Missouri. Allison Ganter scored two goals for the Frogs, while goalkeepers Katie Lund was phenominal, making three saves in overtime.
Emma Heckendorn drew a foul inside the 18-yard box with just under two minutes to go in the match. Allison Ganter capped the come-from-behind victory as she converted the penalty kick for her second goal of the match to give TCU a 2-1 win over Missouri in double overtime.