A TCU football player has been kicked off the football team and dismissed from classes, head coach Gary Patterson said on Friday, after two warrants were issued for his arrest on suspicion of burglary of a habitation.
TCU cornerback David Jenkins turned himself into the Tarrant County Sherriff's Office on Thursday night, according to TCU Police Sgt. Kelly Ham.
In an email, Patterson said Jenkins, a 2012 LSU transfer who sat out the 2012-2013 season per NCAA transfer rules, was released from the team and dropped from all classes.
"(I'm) very disappointed in his actions," Patterson said.
Sigh... The next lock-down corner for TCU is no more....
Also, now would be a good time to see what Jamie is doing on twitter.
G-DANGIT JENKINS.— Frogs O' War (@FrogsOWar) June 14, 2013
Bad News: Jenkins was expected to be a big contributor this year. Good news: We didn't need him last year, still have decent depth. #TCU— Frogs O' War (@FrogsOWar) June 14, 2013
And some joshin' from some others:
Why can't we just have one quiet offseason? Just one? BIG 12 WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO US.— Frogs O' War (@FrogsOWar) June 14, 2013
Mo Money Mo Problems. RT @FrogsOWar: Why can't we just have one quiet offseason? Just one? BIG 12 WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO US.— WRNL (@WideRtNattyLt) June 14, 2013