Kenny Hill arrived to talk about the season opener with reporters Tuesday at TCU, knowing what the moment signified.
“This is my last ‘first game’ in college,” he said.
“I’m ready to go. I’m ready to go.”
The senior from Southlake Carroll enters his second and final season as the Horned Frogs’ starting quarterback, determined to play better than he did a year ago and, in the process, “change the narrative about me.”
The numbers framed the narrative in 2016 — Hill threw for the third-most passing yards in school history (despite being pulled twice and playing hurt off the bench in the season finale), led Big 12 quarterbacks in touchdown runs and posted three of the top nine passing performances in school history.
But he also led the league in interceptions and was next-to-last in passing efficiency, victimized by 38 drops. Despite that, his completion percentage of 61.1 percent…