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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | November 19, 2015

Josh Doctson posts heartfelt thank you after injury

  Josh Doctson will miss the remainder of the regular season with a wrist injury.

Josh Doctson has been one of the most effective wide receivers in college football this season. The senior has 1,327 yards receiving and 14 touchdown catches, but coach Gary Patterson announced on Wednesday that Doctson will miss the team’s remaining two regular season games with a wrist injury.

Docston, who was originally a walk-on for the Horned Frogs, clearly has nothing but love for TCU football. He posted this touching message to his Twitter account reflecting on his journey as a Horned Frog:

TCU takes on Oklahoma this weekend, and you can bet nobody will be cheering on the sidelines more passionately than Doctson.

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