The Horned frogs coming off a last-second win against the Baylor Bears and will face Iowa State Cyclones in the final game of the regular season. But in order for the Frogs to extend their record to 12-0, they need to make these keys to the game.
Set up the course of the game:
when Quentin Johnston and Kendre Miller With a big question mark for Saturday’s game against Iowa State, the Frogs need to fix the running game no matter what. When all else fails, the running game has been consistent for TCU, averaging 204.6 yards per game.
While Miller is a problem for Saturday, Emari Demercado and Eman Bailey that their names may come forward and fill in the blanks. Maximilian Duggan it can also play a crucial role in a fast-paced game, adding a layer of depth through the options picked up.
Although the Frogs’ game has been stellar this season, the Cyclones’ defense has only given up 105.2 rushing yards per game, ranking first in the Big 12. The Frogs will have quite a task on Saturday, but there’s nothing this team can’t do.
Max Duggan defends:
For the Frogs, in order to secure a victory on Saturday, they will have to protect Duggan at all costs.
While TCU’s aspirations go further than the Big 12 championship, they must take it one game at a time and work hard to protect the pocket. All season, as seen, Duggan often panics when he breaks the pocket and is under pressure. Therefore, it is necessary to allow Duggan time in his pocket to go through each of his developments, and pass a well-thought-out effort.
Continue the volume
Duggan came off a huge performance against Baylor, passing for just one touchdown, completing 24 of 35 for 317 yards, leading the Frogs to a fourth-quarter, game-winning drive.
Limit Xavier Hutchinson:
TCU will have its defense cut up at wide receiver Xavier Hutchinson The Cyclones take the field on Saturday.
One of the top receivers in the Big 12, the 22-year-old from Jacksonville, Florida has seven 100-yard games this season. In addition, he accumulated 1,160 yards and six touchdowns.
Usually over eleven yards per reception, Hutchinson will have a big role in Saturday’s game. Undoubtedly the Cyclones’ biggest threat, the QB Hunter Dekkers We’ll see him cut through the TCU defense through his receiver.
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