TCU is definitely going to be able to exploit one part of the West Virginia defense.
TCU is having a fantastic year on the ground even without star running back Kyle Hicks. Kenedy Snell and Darius Anderson are churning up the turf so far, and Kenny Hill is a threat as well.
If West Virginia can’t find a way to defend the run better, this one might be over quickly. The Mountaineers can score, sure, but if they can’t defend the run, the TCU offense can just play keep-away.
The TCU offense is firing on all cylinders, and it’s due to the resurgence of this run game. Yes, Kenny Hill has become far more accurate and dependable, and deserves praise for that, but the TCU offensive line and running backs are taking a lot of the pressure off the veteran starter.
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