FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — TCU quarterback Kenny Hill and main tackler Travin Howard are amongst a number of key gamers that coach Gary Patterson says are “between possible and questionable” for the eleventh-ranked Horned Frogs once they play Saturday at Texas Tech.
Whereas not elaborating on the standing of Hill or the others, Patterson stated Tuesday that extremely touted freshman quarterback Shawn Robinson can be able to play towards the Pink Raiders.
Security Niko Small and linebacker Montrel Wilson, who has handled accidents all season, are additionally questionable.
Hill and Howard each took half in postgame interviews Saturday night time after the Horned Frogs (eight-2, 5-2 Massive 12) misplaced 38-20 at Oklahoma to drop them out of a tie for the convention lead. TCU sometimes doesn’t have gamers in postgame if they’re injured in a recreation.
Operating again Darius Anderson, the group’s main rusher, will miss the remainder of the season after struggling an unspecific leg damage at Oklahoma.
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