Trevone Boykin Bar Fight Video Emerges: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

Adam WellsFeatured ColumnistJanuary 2, 2016

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin holds a jacket over his head as he is escorted from a detention center after he was released on bail, Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015, in San Antonio.  Police charged Boykin with felony assault of a police officer stemming from a bar fight early Thursday morning. TCU football coach Gary Patterson has suspended Boykin for Saturday's Alamo Bowl game against Oregon. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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A new video of the bar fight featuring TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin has emerged. The incident led to Boykin's arrest Thursday morning. 

The footage, obtained by TMZ Sports, shows Boykin being forced out of a bar in San Antonio by three men. He then proceeds to throw punches after one of them appears to put him in a chokehold. 

The video is about two minutes long, and it shows Boykin physically engaging with police officers who arrived on the scene shortly after the men threw Boykin out of the bar. 

TMZ Sports' report cited an official who said Boykin "gave up after cops threatened to tase him."

Following Boykin's arrest, TCU head coach Gary Patterson released a statement, per ESPN.com, in which he announced Boykin and wide receiver Preston Miller were suspended for Saturday's Alamo Bowl. 

"Trevone Boykin and [junior wide receiver] Preston Miller have been suspended for Saturday's game due to a violation of team rules," Patterson stated. "We are disappointed in their actions and apologize to the TCU Horned Frogs Nation, Valero Alamo Bowl and city of San Antonio."

On Thursday, Boykin issued an apology for his actions via Twitter:

The Alamo Bowl was slated to be Boykin's final college game. He has been a great success on the field at TCU, leading the Horned Frogs to a 22-2 record in games he's started since 2014.