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|TCU quarterback Casey Pachall says he has learned from a failed drug test on Feb. 1.|
"We followed every proper procedure the university has in place with a failed drug test," (Patterson said).
By definition, Gary is absolutely, 100 percent correct. Both he and the school did act within the pre-established guidelines in regards to Pachall's off-the-field behavior.
One failed drug test, by TCU standards, means, according to the TCU Student Handbook, section 3.2.10 Drugs, "a. failing a non-incident motivated drug screen one time will result in mandatory drug education counseling and/or required drug treatment."
"I regret a lot of that stuff, but I have learned from it. I know what is a stupid decision, and to not go around or attempt to be around [stupid decisions]," Pachall told the paper. "The scrutiny and the crap that comes along with that, that is the part I do regret."