Alcohol, Boykin, and OMFG I can't believe this sh** keeps happening.
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Gary Patterson, TCU missed chance to make point with QB
Something seems not quite right at TCU. Remember when it was one of the lovable BCS-busting underdogs? When Gary Patterson was the enormously successful coach with no clouds in his sky? When everyone found the Horned Frogs charming, if for no other reason, because they're called the Horned Frogs?
TCU better hope it is only Pachall who has issues - CBSSports.com
Perhaps the best news TCU got Thursday morning is that its quarterback has substance abuse issues. That's because nothing else really matters for TCU athletics right now. Not football, not the new Big 12, not a BCS bowl. The school has to hope that the arrest of its starting quarterback Thursday signals only a localized substance abuse problem.
TCU Lettermen's Association inducts 2012 Hall of Fame class | TCU 360 - with news and sports from the TCU Daily Skiff, TCU News Now and Image magazine
The TCU Lettermen's Association inducted its 2012 Hall of Fame class Thursday night at the Brown-Lupton University Union.
Quarterback Casey Pachall suspended indefinitely after arrest on suspicion of DWI | TCU 360 - with news and sports from the TCU Daily Skiff, TCU News Now and Image magazine
A crowd of reporters clustered around Stan Pachall Thursday afternoon as he arrived at the Mansfield Jail to bail out his son, Casey.
Patterson on Boykin: "We actually have a lot more offense" | TCU 360 - with news and sports from the TCU Daily Skiff, TCU News Now and Image magazine
According to TCU’s head coach, Trevone Boykin is the man for the job. Following the arrest of quarterback Casey Pachall on suspicion of DWI and an immediate suspension from the program, Head Coach Gary Patterson spoke with SiriusXM College Sports and announced that redshirt freshman Trevone Boykin will start Saturday’s game against the Iowa State Cyclones.
Gary Patterson on suspended Casey Pachall: He’ll stand on the sideline and we’ll try to find an answer | College Sports Blog
While TCU coach Gary Patterson did not accept requests to speak to the media today about the Casey Pachall DWI arrest, he did speak on his weekly Sirius Radio show.
Quarterback’s arrest is latest blow to Christian TCU’s image | Dallas-Fort Worth Communities - News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News
Since February, the largest university affiliated with Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has received attention for drug dealing and use among football players, its spot on Playboy’s top party school list and, now, the DWI arrest of a star athlete.
After Pachall's suspension, Boykin takes over as TCU quarterback | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports N...
Gary Patterson says the redshirt freshman "opens up the playbook."
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall suspended after DWI arrest | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sp...
Coach Gary Patterson said Pachall will suit up for Saturday's game against Iowa State but won't play.
Pachall deserves rescuing, just not at TCU | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News on t...
The school's reputation is more valuable.
Tomlinson reflects on career after induction into TCU hall | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - ...
Frogs' all-time leading rusher reflects on career after induction.