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Boykin won’t start against Oklahoma

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin was injured last week against Kansas and will not start at Oklahoma.
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin was injured last week against Kansas and will not start at Oklahoma. AP

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin will not start Saturday night’s game against Oklahoma, ESPN reported.

Foster Sawyer, a redshirt freshamn from Fort Worth All Saints, will start. Boykin injured his ankle last week during TCU’s 23-17 victory over Kansas.

Patterson told the network that it is unlikely Boykin will play against the Sooners.

Sawyer completed only one of seven passes against Kansas, but it was a 42-yard touchdown, and he produced points on three drives.

No. 2 quarterback Bram Kohlhausen was 13-for-19 for 112 yards, but his time in the game led to no points, and he was intercepted in the third quarter when the game was 10-10 and the Frogs had reached the Kansas 23-yard line. A three-and-out drive followed, and Sawyer took over.

Denton Guyer junior quarterback and TCU commit Shawn Robinson rushed for 269 yards and 4 touchdowns in Guyer's 48-35 area-round win over Southlake Carroll Friday. (Video: Travis L. Brown)

TCU enters a tough road test at Oklahoma with the status of senior quarterback Trevone Boykin still unknown. Carlos Mendez and Travis L. Brown break down the game in this excerpt from a Periscope Q&A this week. (Video: Travis L. Brown & Jared Chri

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