This is TCU best strategy when going against an SEC team

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Perhaps borrowing a page from a fellow Big 12 head coach’s playbook ahead of a season opener against an SEC school, Gary Patterson has decided to play coy when it comes to who’s under center at the most important position on the football field.

Expected to name a starter at quarterback in short order, the TCU head coach deferred to, well, kickoff of the highly-anticipated opener against LSU.  While it’s expected that Casey Pachall (pictured, No. 4) will be the starter for the Horned Frogs, Patterson declined to anoint either him or Trevone Boykin (pictured, other dude jumping with no number showing).

We won’t tell LSU who that guy is going to be until we play,” Patterson said according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “You won’t know until he runs out on the field in the first huddle on game day.”

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