Darius Anderson questionable for TCU’s bowl game

We won’t see Darius Anderson in the Big 12 Championship against Oklahoma, but there’s a chance he could return for the Horned Frogs’ bowl game, according to Die Hards’ Dean Straka.

This season, Anderson is averaging six yards per carry, and has 768 yards and nine touchdowns on the season. Having Kyle Hicks at full speed is the big boost for the Horned Frogs, but having Anderson as yet another change of pace back will do nothing but help.

It’s hard to see Anderson coming back though, the original diagnosis was that he would be out for the rest of the season. If the Horned Frogs are in a pinch, they could play him, but as long as Kyle Hicks has some juice in his legs, the senior is probably going to be the play.

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