TCU quarterback situation might have worked itself out, though painfully so

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The TCU medical team tends to Chandler Morris, who was injured in the third quarter of the season-opening win at Colorado (The Associated Press/David Zalubowski).


By Jeff Wilson
Frogs Today senior writer


BOULDER, Colo. — Sonny Dykes said he knew about a week ago that Chandler Morris would be TCU’s starting quarterback in the season opener Friday night.

Dykes just chose to keep that information from the media.

Morris won the fall quarterback competition over Max Duggan because the coaches felt like Morris gave the Horned Frogs the best chance at winning. Duggan, the fifth-leading passer in TCU history, would be a backup for his final season.

That might have changed in the third quarter of the Frogs’ 38-13 victory over Colorado.

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