Casey Pachall: TCU lacks leadership

February, 24, 2014
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TCU had all kinds of issues while struggling to a disappointing 4-8 record last season, and leadership, according to former quarterback Casey Pachall, was one of them.

In an interview with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Pachall didn't hold back when asked to comment on the state of TCU's football program.

"It's rough right now," he said. "There is zero leadership. Nobody wants to step up and take charge of anything. It's rough."

In the preseason, the Horned Frogs were picked by some to win the Big 12. But after injuries to Pachall and preseason All-American defensive end Devonte Fields, TCU finished with just two wins in the league.

Pachall suggested the response to adversity within the team hasn't been good.

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