It was quite an eventful evening in Lubbock, Texas last night during the TCU – Texas Tech game.
From a Tech player dropping the ball before walking into the end zone, to a fox running onto the field, to cussing co-ed’s, to injured TCU quarterback Casey Pachall getting his broken elbow run into by a teammate, you began to wonder how many more strange things could happen throughout the course of the night.
Continue, they did.
Quarterback Trevone Boykin, who was starting in place of the injured Pachall decided to wear an arm sleeve in an effort to keep his throwing arm warm. It’s something you see basketball players do quite often, though, it’s a little more rare for quarterbacks. Maybe a little too rare because apparently, TCU didn’t notice that the arm sleeve they gave Boykin to wear belonged to Kansas State.
A few observant viewers noticed Boykin’s arm sleeve didn’t look like it belonged with the rest of TCU’s uniform and took a screen shot which showed Kansas State’s wildcat logo clear as day.
It was likely nothing more than a shipping blunder as Kansas State has nearly identical school colors and TCU/Boykin’s likely felt nobody would notice.
H/T KC Kingdom