TCU kicked off the first of its 15 spring practices on Saturday and the Frogs, returning from their first losing season since 2004, have a lot to tackle this offseason.
Let's take a closer look at the Frogs.
Record: 4-8 (2-7 Big 12)
Returning starters: Seven offense, eight defense
Who's the quarterback? Seniority means Trevone Boykin is taking the majority of the first-team reps to begin spring, but coach Gary Patterson made it clear last season that Boykin's the team's most consistent receiver. He's needed badly in a unit that had one of the most disappointing seasons of any position group in the Big 12 last season, relative to talent. Kansas native and former blue-chip recruit Tyler Matthews will also compete during the spring, and if you don't hear Patterson make a strong committment to either quarterback, don't be surprised if incoming freshman Foster Sawyer or Grayson Muehlstein emerge from fall camp as the new starter. Bringing in a pair of new OCs means new eyes seeing new th...