NORMAN — TCU coach Gary Patterson is a veteran of 18 college football campaigns. His track record is proven, his methods stand the test of time and his concepts are successful.
So do the Horned Frogs look like the Horned Frogs on Saturday when they rematch with No. 2 Oklahoma in the Big 12 championship game? Or does Patterson scrap his usual game plan — none of which worked three weeks ago in a 38-20 loss to the Sooners in Norman — and come to AT&T Stadium with an entirely new identity?
“I’m expecting to see a whole new defense,” Oklahoma offensive tackle Orlando Brown said Monday. “They’ll probably have a bunch of different blitzes and things like that in for us. Obviously, everyone’s going to stick to their bread and butter. But man, it’s going to be a lot of different things that we haven’t seen before.”
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