Sunday, October 2, 2011

Post-Game PC



Reed said...

gary said the right things but Im not sold on his connection to this team yet. it will be interesting to see if they come together by the end of the year

Galen said...

Past success has created great expectations for the TCU football program. Reality is, 2011 was expected, and is proving to be a rebuilding year. TCU fans need to look at Coach Patterson's overall record. He took a 2001 squad (rebuilding after losing LT) and produced 11 and 10 win seasons in 2002 and 2003, respectively. 2004 was another rebuilding year that lead to 11 win seasons in both 2005 and 2006. 2007... another rebuilding year resulting in the beginning of a really great run for 2008 thru 2010 with respective wins of 11, 12 and 13 during those years.

Now we have 2011, and of course we are rebuilding again. Gary Patterson's record, plan, philosphy and results speak for themselves. These are the good old days for TCU Football. Sit back Frog fans, support this team and endure the growing pains of 2011.

If the past is a good indication of what is to come, whatever conference TCU is in next year better look out.

Rotten Arsenal said...

Galen, I also went in to this season expecting the results of a young team and young team mistakes... that's what has made these two losses easier to take. And I doubt doubt CGP at all and am confident he takes these guys and makes them winners.
But what has surprised and disillusioned me thus far this year is that the team just seems flat... very little intensity until they've been pushed into a corner. That and I'm a little bewildered about some of the offensive play calling. It's so Schultzesgue conservative, especially on Saturday. Casey CAN make big plays with his arm... the whole squad looked great in the hurry up... so what's the deal? Some of that is squarely on the shoulders of the coaches.
Maybe they see something we don't... maybe they are just seeing how the guys follow orders... I really don't know... but I do know that I cannot fathom why, after almost being held to 3 points in the entire first half against Portland State, they wouldn't just go apeshit wild against our biggest (non-con) rival.

FWFrog said...

Well said Galen! There are ALOT of Frog Fans out there that need to remember that.

Boston Frog said...

Very well put Galen. It's something that should be obvious to any Frog Fan, but easily goes overlooked when dropping 2 very close rivalry games. I like what Rotten said in a separate thread about getting angry - I want to see someone go Marvin "Great White Hit" on somebody this weekend.