‘No rest for the weary’ as Sonny Dykes looks to next season right away

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TCU coach Sonny Dykes looks on during Georgia’s rout of TCU in the national championship (Frogs Today/Melissa Triebwasser).


By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer


INGLEWOOD, Calif. — Just one day after talking about the importance of mandatory time off, TCU coach Sonny Dykes indicated that he wouldn’t be taking any.

“We’ll sit down as a staff and begin trying to figure out what happened tomorrow,” Dykes said. “And make sure it doesn’t happen again and learn from it.”

Dykes and his staff will have a lot to figure out following TCU’s 65-7 loss to Georgia in the College Football Playoff National Championship.

It might not be completely worth picking apart all the things that led to the Frogs’ dismantling on the biggest stage. But what Dykes and his staff do in the next month will be critical to ensuring that this season, an overwhelming success despite the final game, isn’t an anomaly.

Usually teams have some built -n time between the end of the season and the start of the spring semester, but when you play into January you don’t have that luxury.

So, Dykes and his staff will have to pour another cup of coffee, because the journey to the 2023 season begins now.

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