Earlier in the month, TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated. He was suspended and later withdrew from school to enter rehab. It capped a tumultuous few months for Pachall.
Back in February of this year, he failed a school administered drug test and later admitted he had dabbled in pot, cocaine and ecstasy. His roommate was also arrested that February for his role in a TCU campus-wide drug ring. Pachall's decision to leave school was probably a smart, if not forced, one.
Pachall still has a year of eligibility remaining and, according to coach Gary Patterson, will be welcomed back if/when he is ready next year—both for life as a sober quarterback and Mastercard commercial-themed taunts.