Fort Worth, TX (Sports Network) - TCU quarterback Casey Pachall was arrested early Thursday morning on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
According to a Fort Worth police report, Pachall was pulled over after running a stop sign on Devitt Street. The report also states that Pachall ran over a curb with the right rear tire in front of the officer.
Pachall's blood-alcohol level was above the legal limit. He was being held at Mansfield jail on suspicion of driving with a blood alcohol content of greater than or equal to 0.15, according to the jail's website.
Multiple reports indicate that Pachall has been suspended from the football team indefinitely.
In February, police arrested four Horned Frogs football players during a campus-wide drug bust. Former TCU linebacker Tanner Brock, who was one of the players arrested, had lived in the same house as Pachall.
Pachall admitted drug use in police interviews following the drug bust. However, he was never arrested.
Pachall, a junior, has thrown for 948 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.
The 15th-ranked Horned Frogs welcome Iowa State to town on Saturday.