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Behind Enemy Lines: TCU

Behind Enemy Lines: TCU

HornedFrogBlitz.com Publisher Jeremy Clark talks about how TCU has dealt with attrition, the Horned Frog defense and why TCU has plenty to look forward to in the future.

1) It seems like TCU, more than any other Big 12 program, has been drilled by injuries and attrition. How have the Horned Frogs dealt with the loss of so many players before, and during, one season? Jeremy Clark: "In all of my years covering the team, I have never seen so many players that were expected to make key contributions lost to injuries or attrition. This season is special, I can't...

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