FWST: TCUâ€™s Foster Sawyer must â€˜roll his sleeves upâ€™ for QB competition
BY CARLOS MENDEZÂ email@example.com
From an experience and numbers standpoint, Foster Sawyer has an uphill climb in his battle against Kenny Hill for the TCU quarterback position.
Sawyer has played in only four college games, with one start and one touchdown pass. Hill has played in 12 games, started eight, and thrown 24 touchdowns.
But the best thing Sawyer can do is forget that, Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson said.
â€œHeâ€™s got to roll his sleeves up and not worry about it,â€ Patterson said Wednesday during his annual reporting-day news conference. â€œHe has all the throws, heâ€™s a lot more athletic than people give him credit for. But to be a leader and be in that position, youâ€™ve got to roll your sleeves up, youâ€™ve got to get ready to get hit in the mouth and get back up and come out swinging.â€