Posted July 31, 2013 on
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall met with the media on Wednesday.
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FORT WORTH, Texas TCU head coach Gary Patterson said he can tell a difference in quarterback Casey Pachall because the senior has color in his face and Patterson can have conversations with him.
Quarterback Trevone Boykin said Pachall is more available now as a teammate, hanging out and eating lunch with his competition for the No. 1 job.
Neither of those things were the case...
TCU senior quarterback Casey Pachall (PAW-hall) says he has matured and been really humbled after his time away from school last season to participate in a substance-abuse program.
In publicly addressing his situation for the first time Wednesday, Pachall says he was ''actually very grateful'' for what happened.
Pachall started the Horned Frogs' first four games...
Earlier today, TCU quarterback Casey Pachall publicly spoke to the media for the first time since leaving last fall.
Pachall left TCU in early October to deal with substance abuse problems after being charged with a DWI. He has since completed treatment at an inpatient rehab facility and returned to the team.
The senior quarterback spoke at today’s TCU Media Day along with...