TCU QB Casey Pachall took over the Horned Frogs starting job after Andy Dalton left as a second round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals. In his his first season he set TCU single season records for passing yards (29,21) and completion percentage (66.5%), in addition to throwing 25 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions on his way to a 2nd team all MWC selection. His sophomore season wasn't all perfect though, as he had to get interviewed regarding the TCU drug bust, leading to some new findings.
While being interviewed regarding the TCU drug sting, Casey Pachall admitted to police that on February 1st he failed a drug test for marijuana. It becomes relevant because his roommate, Tanner Brock, was the player who sold marijuana to undercover officers.
Pachall noted that while he had never seen any of him or his roommates smoke marijuana or do any other drugs inside the residence, he had smoked in the past with Brock. On top of that, Pachall admitted to using ecstasy 7 months prior to that drug test, and using cocaine a year prior to the drug test. He claimed that those were both one time things, and he hasn't used either since.
Head coach Gary Patterson has stated there will be no further punishment for Pachall.
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