But Patterson wasn’t ready to offer any sort of evaluation on the offense after seven games and going into a bye week. “You know me, I evaluate at the end of the season,” Patterson said. “That’s when we’ve always evaluated. If you’re not careful, you spend all of your time evaluating and you don’t win ballgames. We’ve got two ballgames left. Right now we’re trying to beat Kansas and that’s what we worked on today and recruiting. https://www.star-telegram.com/sports/college/big-12/texas-christian-university/article247259379.html Us faithful followers knew this. I was blown away last year when Cumbie remained. Surely not after this year. Only one thing constant with this offensive team 2016-2020: Cumbie at OC/ quarterbacks....especially quarterbacks. Lots of coaching changes at OL, RB, WR, co-coordinator with Cumbie, etc. Looks like the same offensive team year after year. It really stands out...the elephant in the room. Hopefully this year is the final qualifying experiment. Cumbie must be really, really smooth in person. Seen it too many times at numerous companies I worked for. Don't know if he does it by smooth talking or shifting the blame...maybe both. He impressed a lot of the media, even in bad years talk about brilliant OC coordinator at TCU. At least give it a try. Lots of great QB coaches at smaller schools.