Casey Pachall will miss at least eight weeks with a fractured left forearm. (Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
TCU quarterback Casey Pachall suffered a fractured left forearm and will miss at least eight weeks, according to multiple reports. Pachall left Saturday’s game against Southeastern Louisiana with an injured forearm and was taken off the field.
Pachall had surgery on his left forearm to repair the fracture and will miss the majority of TCU's season. Pachall braced for a fall with his left arm but landed awkwardly and was forced to exit the game in the first half. He was 8-of-14 for 100 passing yards and rushed sixt times for 12 yards before being forced to leave. Pachall was replaced by Trevone Boykin who led TCU to three consecutive scoring drives.
TCU upended Southeastern Louisiana 38-17 despite losing Pachall to injury.