Found August 27, 2013 on
At least we know what they’ll be wearing.
With many questions still unanswered four days before his team faces LSU at AT&T Stadium, TCU head coach Gary Patterson made it clear that they’d remain that way until Saturday night.
“You’ll find out at game time,” Patterson said. The all-time winningest coach at TCU was asked whether star defensive end Devonte Fields would play against LSU.
Fields was suspended for the first two games of the season earlier in the year for a “violation of team rules.” He was named AP Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year last season.
Patterson caused some controversy when he listed junior defensive end Matt Anderson OR Devonte Fields as a starting defensive end on the latest depth chart. This came after Patterson stated that Fields would be suited up on the sidelines for the game.
TCU coach Gary Patterson said DE Devonte Fields will be suited up and on the sidelines Saturday night.
— Stefan Stevenson (@FollowtheFrogs) August 26, 2013
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Suspended TCU defensive end Devonte Fields will be in uniform when the 20th-ranked Horned Frogs open the season against No. 12 LSU.
The depth chart released by TCU lists Fields or Matt Anderson starting at right defensive end, but it's still unlikely the reigning Big 12 defensive player of the year will play Saturday night.
TCU announced in May that Fields was suspended for...
TSD takes an in-depth look at at the TCU defensive line in advance of Saturday's season opener. How might the Frogs' front four look with or without suspended star Devonte Fields, and how will LSU neutralize DT Chucky Hunter. The answers are inside.
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Will the revamped LSU Tigers take it to TCU, or will the Horned Frogs represent the Big 12 in a big way and leave Dallas with a win? What's your prediction?