The 2015 season started out with high hopes for TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin. Boykin began the season as the top contender for the Heisman Trophy with the Horned Frogs ranked number three in preseason rankings, predicted by many to earn a berth in the College Football Playoff. As the season wore on, the Horned Frogs found themselves out of National Championship contention and Boykin out of the Heisman race. Now, in the final act of the Horned Frogs season, they are out their star quarterback as well.
Boykin was arrested this morning after getting in a fight at a San Antonio bar and allegedly striking a police officer. Boykin was charged with felony assault and has been suspended for Saturday’s Alamo Bowl against Oregon. San Antonio Police and TCU administration are investigating the events, but after a season that began with so much promise for both the Horned Frogs and Boykin, this morning cemented the 2015 season as one to forget for TCU.