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 the truck and issued a field sobriety test to Pachall.
Pachall, 21, remains in jail, held on a 1,000 bond.
"We are aware of the situation. We're trying to gather facts and information to determine what our next steps will be," TCU spokesperson Lisa Albert told NBC 5 when reached for comment.
This summer, a drug sting on campus lead to the arrests of four TCU football players, Pachall's roommate, Tanner Brock. In the reports, Pachall admitted to drug use and the team confirmed that Pachall failed a mandatory team drug test. Pachall was not suspended and was instead given the option to attend counseling.