Between Justin Rogers, Mike Collins, and Grayson Muehlstein the Frogs have some quality options.
And that’s really the more intriguing question going into camp. Who will be Robinson’s top back-up? Rogers is unlikely to play early in the season while he’s still recovering from knee surgery last September. And when he’s available, it’s almost a guarantee that he won’t play in more than four games to keep him eligible for four complete seasons.
(Mac Engel Alert). Mac is back, and he has questions about TCU’s offensive line. But while many are concerned, Sewo Olonilua is not.
“It’s not really a concern,” TCU running back Sewo Olonila said during Big 12 Media Days.
“Because in the spring we were still running,” he said. “They were making holes, protecting the quarterback. In the spring, they surprised me. They definitely exceeded expectations.”
At least there is some honesty in this; he was concerned.
If the new set of O-linemen can play, TCU has it all set up to make a run at first place, and dethrone Oklahoma and its Gorilla Glue-hold atop the Big 12.
Darius Anderson is one of six Big 12 running backs to make the Doak Walker Award Watch List for 2018.
The six running backs named to the watch list include David Montgomery (Iowa State), Alex Barnes (K-State), Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma), Justice Hill (Oklahoma State), Darius Anderson (TCU) and Da’Leon Ward (Texas Tech). Hill was a semifinalist for the award last season while Montgomery has made the list now for the second year in a row.