TCU’s Kenny Hill and West Virginia’s Skyler Howard played their high school football in Tarrant County and rank among the nation’s top eight players in total offense. Whichever one shines brightest Saturday could go a long way toward leading his team to victory in a key game in the Big 12 race.
An internal memo obtained by ESPN.com casts doubt on whether league presidents truly finished in unanimous agreement on the expansion issue and reveals key talking points that Big 12 administrators were urged to stress when dealing with the topic of expansion.
West Virginia quarterback Skyler Howard, a senior from White Settlement Brewer, has turned the heads of TCU coaches and players with his improved play this season for the 12th-ranked Mountaineers. The teams meet Saturday in Morgantown, W.V.
Coach Gary Patterson’s confidence in TCU quarterback Kenny Hill remains unwavered despite the Texas A&M transfer throwing three more interceptions Saturday for a Big 12 Conference-high eight interceptions this season. Hill will remain the Horned Frogs’ starting quarterback as receivers work to improve their route running during the bye week.