An impressive comeback for TCU. Only one problem: that just got the Horned Frogs into overtime.
Things have gotten even more difficult for coach Gary Patterson and the Horned Frogs in their inaugural season in one of the nation’s best conferences.
At his weekly press conference Texas Christian University (TCU) head football coach Gary Patterson announced that quarterback Casey Pachall is going to “dis-enroll” from the university for the Fall semester.
TCU coach Gary Patterson is expected to reveal the status of junior quarterback Casey Pachall at a luncheon on Tuesday afternoon.
In a reversal of his earlier decision to allow TCU Quarterback Casey Pachall to dress out and be on the sidelines for the Horned Frogs game Saturday against Iowa State, Head Coach Gary Paterson has ruled to keep the embattled QB away from the spotlight.
TCU coach Gary Patterson was planning to use backup quarterback Trevone Boykin as a tailback when the 15th-ranked Horned Frogs play Iowa State.
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was suspended indefinitely Thursday, hours after he was arrested on suspicion of DWI in his second brush with trouble this year and one that clouds the 15th-ranked Horned Frogs’ push for a Big 12 title.
Despite their success against teams from BCS conferences, including a Rose Bowl victory and No. 2 final ranking only two seasons ago, the coach kept hearing that the Horned Frogs were going to have play “way over” their heads and be nearly flawless to beat other Big 12 teams.
Everything seemed to go so right for No. 16 TCU in its season opener.
As the 2012 football season gets underway on TCU’s campus, a recently-obtained police report by the school’s student media could surround the Horned Frogs’ starting quarterback in controversy.
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TCU coach Gary Patterson says his team is trying to move “straight forward.”