It’s not often you see a starting quarterback throw for almost 3,000 yards and 25 touchdowns in one season and then throw for almost 1,000 yards in four games with 10 touchdowns and just one pick. That is what you would consider a solid quarterback. It’s also rare to see that same quarterback fighting for a starting spot the following season. However, TCU senior Casey Pachall is in that exact situation because of his off-the-field problems. He was suspended indefinitely after the fourth game of the season because of a number of problems topped off by a suspicion of drunken driving...
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