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Bring on the PodCats with Frogs O’War’s Melissa Triebwasser

Frogs O’War managing editor Melissa Triebwasser returns to explain why Kansas State’s offense shouldn’t have much trouble moving the ball this weekend and it’s unlikely Gary Patterson will be going anywhere before his contract expires in 2024.

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It’s a little jarring to hear Melissa Triebwasser talk about TCU’s defense on this week’s podcast, since that’s normally a strength for Gary Patterson and the Horned Frogs. But the stats don’t lie, and they tell us that only Kansas has a worse rush defense in the Big 12, and TCU ranks eighth in pass defense.

The offense looks a little better, but Melissa says inconsistency’s been a major issue, whether it’s Max Duggan’s decisionmaking or the catching abilities of standout sophomore wide receiver Quentin Johnston. The offensive line’s also become a major concern, but TCU does have two quality tailbacks in Zach Evans and Kendre Miller.

Be sure to follow Melissa on Twitter @TheCoachMelissa and you can read her work on SB Nation at Frogs O’War.

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