TCU fans have been treated to one of the best quarterback-wide receiver combinations in school history over the past few seasons. Don't believe me? Consider this: In four seasons of playing together, Andy Dalton and Jeremy Kerley connected on 120 receptions for 1,299 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Another great combination, Casey Pachall and Josh Boyce, connected on 77 receptions, 1,230 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Trevone Boykin and Josh Doctson have already connected on 86 passes for 1,306 yards and 14 touchdowns, and have the potential to reach incredible heights with 10 games remaining together in 2015. They've connected on plays like this:
And, of course, this:
While they continue to connect throughout the season, racking up more points for the Frogs offense, take a second to enjoy what they're doing.
Yes, Boykin and Doctson are just two pieces of what makes this TCU offense so special, but they are without a doubt two of the most important pieces to making the offense so dynamic. They're arguably, and maybe not even arguably, the best quarterback-wide receiver tandem in TCU history, and they're going to be fun to watch for the rest of the season.