A dearth of healthy players has nixed TCU’s spring game, according to a report.
TCU coach Gary Patterson told reporters on Tuesday that the Horned Frogs didn’t have the necessary bodies to conduct the annual intrasquad scrimmage, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
The outlet reported Patterson has roughly half of the allotted 85-man scholarship count available, which makes it difficult to conduct a thorough 11-on-11 scrimmage.
TCU has been plagued by injury problems dating back to the end of last season. At one point in 2018, Patterson said 35 players had missed four or more games. And that was in early November.
However, TCU was able to fight through the depth issues to reach the postseason and capture an infamous Cheez-It Bowl victory over Cal.
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