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Pachall to miss several weeks after having surgery on his left arm

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
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Texas Christian University will have to be without their senior quarterback Casey Pachall for significant time.

He is out indefinitely, and is expected to miss several games after having surgery on his left arm that was injured on Saturday. As reported here, Pachall was injured against Southeastern Louisiana on Saturday.

The 24th-ranked Horned Frogs will have to make a transition to sophomore quarterback Tre

Casey Pachall (Getty Images)

Casey Pachall (Getty Images)

vone Boykin, who took over once Pachall left the game. Now, he has a short window to get ready for the Big 12 opener, as they kick off on Thursday night at Texas Tech.

Boykin is no stranger to playing, as he won three road games in Big 12 conference games last season as a freshman. He also was called on to replace Pachall last season, who missed the final nine games of last season to seek help for substance abuse treatment.

He broke a bone in his non-throwing arm in the second quarter of TCU’s 38-17 win over SE Louisiana. He had surgery on Saturday night.


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