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TCU coach Gary Patterson was walking away from the podium at the end of his weekly news conference when he suddenly offered an intriguing possibility for the 15th-ranked Horned Frogs' backup quarterback.
''What you'll probably see is Trevone Boykin at tailback,'' Patterson said in a surprising unsolicited statement.
Boykin will indeed be in the backfield Saturday when TCU (4-0, 1-0 Big 12), which has won 12 games in a row, plays its first Big 12 home game against Iowa State (3-1, 0-1). But the redshirt freshman will instead be starting in place of suspended quarterback Casey Pachall.
Pachall was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after running a stop sign near the TCU campus early Thursday, about 36 hours after Patterson revealed the idea of using the speedy Boykin as a tailback. Leading rusher Waymon James has already sustained a season-ending left knee injury and current starter Matthew Tucker is dealing with an ankle injury.
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There are plenty of questions to be answered Saturday in Fort Worth. Can Iowa State rebound from last week's offensive collapse against Texas Tech? TCU has a few problems of their own with starting quarterback Casey Pachall set to hold a clipboard after being suspended this week. The Horned Frogs are also dealing with a depleted group of running backs...
Texas Christian University quarterback Casey Pachall was indefinitely suspended today following his arrest for a DWI just hours before. This is his second time getting into trouble this year causing issues for the 15th place ranked Horn Frogs chances of a Big 12 title.
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TCU’s starting quarterback Casey Pachall has been suspended indefinitely after he caught a DUI charge on Wednesday.
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TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was arrested early Thursday morning on a DWI charge, reports DallasFort Worth television station FOX 4.
The arrest occurred before 1 a.m. Thursday morning near the TCU campus when a police officer saw a gray Dodge pickup truck allegedly run a stop sign at the corner of Devitt Street and University Drive.
The report indicates that the officer pulled over...
While TCU’s move to the Big XII has been a smooth transition on the field so far, off the field it’s been a completely different story. In February the university suffered an embarrassing internal drug probe that led to the arrests of 17 students, including six football players.
And while he wasn’t one of the players arrested, it did leave a black eye for starting quarterback...
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall has been arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Fort Worth police Sgt. Pedro Criado said Pachall was taken into custody early Thursday after he was pulled over for running a stop sign near TCU's Fort Worth campus. Criado says Pachall's blood-alcohol level was above the legal limit, but wouldn't provide specifics.
A jail official...
TCU probably didn't need any distractions a couple of days ahead of its Big 12 conference game against Iowa State. Sadly, its got a doozy of a distraction in the form of quarterback Casey Pachall, who was arrested for a DWI.
"Fort Worth police Sgt. Pedro Criado says Pachall's blood-alcohol
level was above the legal limit, but wouldn't provide specifics. A...
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reports that TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was arrested Wednesday night near the TCU campus and charged with driving while intoxicated.
A Fort Worth police officer noticed Pachall driving through a stop sign when he pulled out in front of the officer. Pachall also hit a curb, according to the officer.
The news station reports that Pachall's blood alcohol...
TCU starting quarterback Casey Pachall was suspended indefinitely on Thursday morning following an arrest for driving while intoxicated.
No matter how good quarterback Trevone Boykin and tailback B.J. Catalon looked at times, No. 15 TCU couldn't overcome the mistakes by the freshmen players - or the quick-strike big plays by Iowa State.
That was a bad combination for the Horned Frogs in their first Big 12 home game.
Iowa State led for good after a 51-yard pass on the fourth play of the game, the first of three...