TCU's Gary Patterson Says Facing Alma Mater Kansas State Is 'Dilemma'

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TCU's Gary Patterson Says Facing Alma Mater Kansas State Is 'Dilemma'
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Gary Patterson figures he was known more for playing his guitar than anything he did on the field as a Kansas State player back in the early 1980s. During two years as a safety and linebacker for the Wildcats, Patterson played “a lot on scout teams, a little bit of special teams.” But it was also at K-State where he started his coaching career, as a graduate assistant in 1982 for the school’s first-ever bowl team.

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