TCU coach Gary Patterson addressed the quarterback question before it was even asked. He didn’t provide the answer of who will start.
TCU head coach Gary Patterson is not looking to deconstruct his psyche or his program after going 4-8 in 2013, the worst season in his 14-year tenure at the university.
Now that signing day is over, Coach Gary Patterson is looking ahead to the 2014 season.
The Horned Frogs signed 22 players to national letters of intent Wednesday. That includes a school-record five four-star recruits, all on offense.
Cumbie, a former Red Raiders quarterback, will be co-offensive coordinator with Doug Meacham, the Houston co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks hired last week by TCU coach Gary Patterson.
Pachall plays his final game for the Frogs (4-7) on Saturday against ninth-ranked Baylor to finish their first losing season since 2004. The quarterback is among 16 TCU seniors to be recognized before the game.
But when the TCU coach returns for the first time in three decades on Saturday, he’ll not only be trying to deal Snyder a defeat, but also do the same to his alma mater.
Alongside fifth-ranked Baylor, No. 13 Oklahoma, No. 15 Texas Tech and No. 18 Oklahoma State, it’s unranked Texas (5-2, 4-0) that can take sole possession of first place over the idle Bears with a win at home Saturday against Kansas.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall never knew for sure if he was going to play for the first time since breaking his non-throwing arm seven weeks ago.
TCU head coach Gary Patterson says teams go through cycles and that he has no doubt where the Frogs are headed in the Big 12.
Too many turnovers. Too many penalties. Not enough touchdowns. No wonder coach Gary Patterson was so disappointed in TCU in its 20-10 loss to Texas Tech on Thursday night.
TCU has been to Texas Tech only once since the old SWC disbanded. The Frogs went from a three-touchdown lead to the most lopsided loss in coach Gary Patterson’s 13 seasons.