The day before he became TCU's quarterback for the rest of the season, Trevone Boykin was working at running back during practice. Of course, he was no stranger to the quarterback position. He began his redshirt freshman season as Casey Pachall's backup and even got to show off his abilities in TCU's season-opening blowout of Grambling State. But after the season-ending injury to Waymon James and nagging injuries to Matthew Tucker, Boykin was moved to tailback. He had spent two practices at the position when Pachall left the team after being arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in the early morning of Oct. 4...
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