Found August 05, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
FORT WORTH -- When your football team's lead decision-maker, your quarterback, makes a mistake on the field, you move on the next play. No use lingering on an interception when you've got a game to win. Memories have to be short. When that same guy screws up royally off, well, you have what TCU is dealing with right now. Casey Pachall, the returning starter at football's most mentally-demanding position, admitted to a whole lot of bad decisions that eventually led to a failed drug test in February. One would think Gary Patterson's trust and confidence in Pachall would be shattered by such a blatant disregard for the law and the team's welfare. But the Horned Frogs coach is standing beside his star QB, who addressed the media Sunday afternoon as TCU kicked off preseason camp in preparation for their inaugural season in the Big 12. "I truly do apologize for what's been said and done on my behalf lately and in the past, as well," Pachall said. &quo...
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