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TCU football coach Sonny Dykes might have lost something on his fastball, but he’s bring the heat on the recruting trail (Frogs Today/Jeff Wilson).

 

By Jeff Wilson
Frogs Today senior writer

 

ARLINGTON —  Sonny Dykes admits that he doesn’t have much left on his fastball.

“That’s about all I’ve got,” he said Monday after throwing out the first pitch before the Texas Rangers played the Houston Astros.

It was TCU Night at Globe Life Field, and the new football coach delivered a heater high and outside. He also threw it from the front of the mound.

“That tells you what I think of myself,” said Dykes, who played first base at Texas Tech. “Basically, first basemen can’t run, can’t field and can’t throw. That was the perfect place for me.”

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