Texas is home to four of nation's top 11 rushers with Jonathon Brooks, Tahj Brooks, Ish Mahdi, and Emani Bailey leading charge
So what type of team do the Horned Frogs want to be?
“When you get your tail kicked like we did against Kansas State it forces you to make sure you know who you are,” Dykes said. “For us at TCU we’re going to have to be a blue collar, hard-nosed, tough football team. That’s what they’ve been around here and that’s historically given them a chance to be successful.”
“With the bye week, I’m gonna say that was a much needed bye week,” receiver Myles Price said in a press conference Monday. “We got to get some players back, I got to get my legs back up under me. That’s definitely been a big thing. And the vibe around practice is just like, everybody control what you can control, do your job. That’s the biggest thing, I feel like if we all do our job we’ll come out victorious.”
TCU offensive lineman Willis Patrick met with the media this week to discuss the season, the upcoming game against Texas Tech, how the offensive line is performing and what the mindset is for the team the last four games of the regular season.
The game between the Frogs will feature two of the better running backs in the conference; Bailey and Texas Tech's Tahj Brooks, who has 891 rushing yards this season.
Bailey met with the media this week to discuss his season, the game against Texas Tech, coming off a bye week and what TCU's mentality is for the last four games of the season.