A rest of the season outlook for 2015 is now available for those following the TCU football team and its run for the playoffs this year. Read on at the Outdoor Recreation and Sports blog.

October 13, 2015 — The Outdoor Recreation and Sports blog has posted the 2015 rest of the season outlook for TCU. Recently, the team won a victory over Texas Tech. According to the author, they look to prove ready for the playoffs. A variety of factors are provided on their run to the playoffs in 2015.

The first highlight is quarterback Trevone Boykin. It’s important he stays at a high level of play; this is essential for the team to make the final four. His improvement is mentioned and ability to handle deep throws. Boykin also has 1470 passing yards and 14 passing TD’s for the season. The article says he could be one of the most potent offenses in the nation.

Starting RB Aaron Green and his honest defenses have helped too. His performance has defied the opinions of many critics on TCU. Green’s running style along with TCU’s strong run blocking have proven critics wrong. In the past, they’ve said the team was one dimensional.

Josh Doctson, TCU’s best receiver according to the outlook, is one of the best in the country. With 593 receiving yards and 6 TD’s on 35 reception, the 6 foot 4 inch receiver plays extremely well with Boykin. Plus, the connection between the two should be something to watch as the write-up clearly points out.

The author also believes the team’s offense is top notch, while the defense needs to step up. If this happens, TCU has a chance at a national championship.

At the most recent game against Kansas, TCU came from behind to win 52-45. Still in No. 3 spot, TCU is followed by Utah, Clemson, LSU or MSU depending on which pou tapll yo in to.

For more insight into the TCU outlook, go to http://outdoorrecreationandsports.weebly.com/college-sports/tcu-2015-rest-of-the-season-outlook.

J. McPhee
Traverse City, MI