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TCU’s Trevone Boykin injured in today’s game

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Texas Christian University quarterback Trevone Boykin was injured in today’s game. He injured his ankle in the first possession of the game against the Kansas Jayhawks.

Boykin was hobbling on his ankle as he went to the locker room. He’ll likely be it the rest of this game.

Bram Kohlhausen, a senior, came into the game to replace Boykin.

This is another blow for the Horned Frogs offense. Wide receiver Josh Doctson is dealing with a wrist injury and is playing.

At one point, it was thought that Doctson would miss the season. If Boykin can’t return, the 15th-ranked team will struggle.

Last weekend, TCU lost their first game of the season after being blown out by the Oklahoma State Cowboys. In that game, Boykin had a career-high four interceptions, which was his worst game as a quarterback in two years.

The former wide receiver-turned-quarterback lost out on his Heisman hopes last week, as well. Boykin was way behind LSU Tigers running back Leonard Fournette in the Heisman polls before his bad game.

Boykin is the team’s most important player, and they’ve had a miserable injury luck this season. They can’t help to lose Boykin for any significant time.

This season, he has 3,373 passing yards and 29 touchdowns. He also has eight rushing touchdowns, as well.

With an ankle injury, he may have to miss a week or so. But since he was able to walk on his own power, one has to believe this will be a short-lived injury, in which may make him available to play next week, which every Horned Frogs fans would want.

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