Former TCU quarterback Casey Pachall will be back on campus Monday, as the school starts spring semester. The 21-year-old left TCU in the fall after a troubled 2012.
Texas Christian dominated Michigan State’s offense in the first half by bottling up Le’Veon Bell. Once the Spartans’ bruising running back got going, the Horned Frogs had no way of stopping him.
Their debut seasons in the Big 12 haven’t exactly gone the way No. 23 West Virginia and TCU had hoped. The Mountaineers and Horned Frogs need solid finishes to improve their bowl positions.
Oklahoma State needs a win to maintain a realistic shot at defending its Big 12 title, and TCU is trying to improve to 3-0 in conference road games in its first season in the league.
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.
The TCU football team faces off against Iowa State at home in Fort Worth Saturday and while quarterback Casey Pachall will not be on the actual playing field there are reports he won’t be far.
Three key defensive players on the Texas Christian football team are among 17 students arrested in a campus drug bust.