Found April 23, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
The decision on who will be the starting quarterback for TCU when they play LSU Aug. 31 at Cowboys Stadium isn't coming anytime soon. "It's going to be sometime in two-a-days," TCU head coach Gary Patterson said Tuesday. Patterson will be choosing between senior Casey Pachall and sophomore Trevone Boykin. Pachall, the starter in 2011, missed most of last season after getting arrested and then entering a rehab facility. Boykin stepped in and started the final nine games for TCU, which went 7-6 in its first year of Big 12 play. Pachall is now back in school and both quarterbacks participated in spring practice. "Casey had to knock some rust off but obviously has command of the offense," Patterson said. "He was a little rough around the edges. He always had a Josh Boyce as his go-to guy and he's not there. Establishing who he's throwing to, what he's doing, getting him more familiar with the young receivers on the team." Patterson ...
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