Cowboy Extra Notebook: False Alarm about TCU QB Trevone Boykin

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Cowboy Extra Notebook: False Alarm about TCU QB Trevone Boykin


Haisten, Bill, Tulsa World (Tulsa, OK)


Notebook

False alarm: On Tuesday afternoon, a website that covers TCU football posted a startling report, indicating that Horned Frog quarterback Trevone Boykin "underwent surgery on Monday evening to repair his left wrist, and is expected to be out 4-6 weeks." Against 15th-ranked Oklahoma State on Saturday, the report stated, "Matt Joeckel will likely start in Boykin's place."

Boykin is among the most improved quarterbacks in college football. Wrist surgery would have a profound effect not only on Saturday's game, but also on the entire Big 12 landscape.

Within an hour of the original Boykin post, the website published an update that was topped by this headline: "We Seem to Have Made a Mistake." The report was incorrect. On Tuesday afternoon, Boykin was on the practice field with his teammates. The website's managing editor issued an apology.

Ogbah update: Against Kansas last week, OSU sophomore defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah recorded a program-record 5[1/2] tackles for loss. That total was the best in major-college football this season and the best by a Big 12 player since 2009.

Included in Ogbah's total of 9.5 tackles were two sacks.

Hill recognized: On Monday, OSU junior Tyreek Hill was named the Big 12 special teams player of the week. …

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