TCU absolutely must get better in the red zone.
Last season, TCU’s offense had 53 trips to the red zone and converted that into 29 touchdowns and 21 field goals. That TD total must improve. Texas, for instance, scored 10 more TDs in the red zone (39) despite making three less trips than TCU. K-State and Iowa State also finished with more TDs with a similar number of trips.
Defensively, TCU allowed 25 touchdowns in 40 trips to the red zone.
More info on the left handed pitcher who committed to TCU recently.
“I knew that (TCU) always produces a great baseball environment and has a lot of support,” Hoover said of the program. “I also knew that they were a winning program as I had watched them play on TV growing up.”