These were posted on Tech's 247 board, and a few of them all but show their hand that there's no way Alan Bowman (partially collapsed lung) will be playing for them on Thursday: Were you part of the group that went to the hospital, and if so, what was the scene like there? TERENCE STEELE: "Yeah, he was in good spirits. He was happy with everyone. He's out now. He's rehabbing, getting better." How has Alan progressed in his recovery process? How much of it have you seen? Does he look like he's getting back on track? TERENCE STEELE: "I haven't been there to watch him or nothing. But I see him walking around. He's happy, smiling, in good spirits. So, yeah." Do you think this pass rush for TCU is going to be one of, if not the, best ones you've faced this season? TERENCE STEELE: "Personally, no. I feel like we've faced better D-lines this season." From what you can tell on film, how is TCU using Ben Banogu this year, number 15? Does it look like he's coming more from your side or Travis's side? TERENCE STEELE: "15 is more my side. Yes, I'll be going against him most of the game." So what is the scouting report on him? Or what do you feel will be the keys to keeping him disruptive? TERENCE STEELE: "I went against him last year. I didn't see nothing special from him. So I'm expecting the same thing as the previous season." The quarterbacks, is it a little tougher that you have to potentially prepare for two different ones since you don't know who is going to start for them? BRODERICK WASHINGTON: "A little bit. Just because we don't really know if they want to do the same things they do with 3 as they do with the back-up guy. We don't know if they want to use them the same way. Other than that, we're preparing for 3 to be the starter so."