TCU's Pachall-to-Boyce passing connection, justly touted as one of the nation's best, is about to become the Pachall-to-Boyce-or-Brown.
What yet-untested aspect of the coming football is more enticing than the emergence of redshirt freshman wide receiver LaDarius Brown? Brown was very highly touted coming to TCU, but has largely disappeared from the college football twitterati's consciousness. He enters a passing game that leaned towards Josh Boyce very solidly last season-- Boyce hauled in a quarter of Pachall's passes, for a third of the team's passing yards and touchdowns.
Yahoo! Sports calls the Pachall-to-Boyce connection the nation's tenth best (behind Fresno State's QB-WR?).
But the writer (Mike Huguenin) is probably unaware that Casey Pachall is adding a phenomenal weapon to his arsenal this fall. Pity the poor defensive coordinators who must game-plan for Pachall and Boyce and Brown. It's simply unfair. And, given TCU's recent preference for passing over running, one expects that there'll be plenty of catches to spread around between the two.