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TCU News: Wins are wins, and that’s what matters for TCU baseball

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Forget winning pretty, right now TCU baseball will take whatever it can get | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Frogs held on to beat UTA on Tuesday, in a game that shouldn’t have been as close as it was. The big takeaway though, is that TCU will take wins however they can get them right now.

It shouldn’t have been a nail-biter after TCU scored four times in the first when its first six hitters reached base. The Frogs added two more runs in the second on Josh Watson’s run-scoring triple and Michael Landestoy’s RBI single to take a 6-1 lead.


For TCU’s Shawn Robinson, ‘making plays’ the only thing that matters | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Robinson can’t be concerned with any potential quarterback competition, he just has to focus on getting better.

Patterson conceded that Robinson will be atop the depth chart right now, but Robinson isn’t assuming anything, at least not publicly.

”My expectation coming here was to be the quarterback, but right now I can’t worry about that,” he said. “I just have to worry about what I can control and get better as a player.

Early look ahead at TCU’s 2018 schedule | Dallas Morning News

Both TCU and Ohio State will be touting young quarterbacks on the national stage.

Two highly recruited quarterbacks will burst onto the scene, gaining their first true national exposure as QB1’s. Of course, we’re talking about TCU’s Shawn Robinson and Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins. Both programs are in great hands. Robinson appeared in five games last season and started for an injured Kenny Hill against Texas Tech. Haskins received similar reps behind Wichita Falls native J.T. Barrett and raised eyebrows by leading a come-from-behind victory vs. Michigan.