Estridge: 'Gary Patterson has a great eye for where pieces fit'

Chris Goforth
September 15, 2018 - 11:07 am

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The Voice of the TCU Horned Frogs, Brian Estridge, joined CFB Gametime to preview tonight’s Ohio State/TCU primetime game at AT&T Stadium in Dallas.

Estridge on this match-up, “I think these two teams are quality football teams but we will find out a lot more about both later on tonight in Arlington.”

Estridge on the possibility of TCU playing two quarterbacks, “I think there is a possibility but it all depends on how Sean Robinson (the starter) plays in the beginning of the game. Collins is a very capable back-up.”

Estridge on how TCU has been built, “Patterson has a great eye of where pieces fit and he is a savant when it comes to defense. He can call anything.” Estridge then talked about the fact that Gary Patterson has used the same soundtrack at practice since 2002.

Estridge on the Ohio State offense, “That’s the number one concern. TCU has to start quick and score points early on.”

Estridge said that he thinks TCU will need some sort of special teams score or a big play in order to beat the Buckeyes. He went on to say that he thinks the crowd will be a 50-50 tonight.

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