Former Oklahoma State quarterback J.W. Walsh’s career on the football field ended after the 2015 season was over. After he was benched in favor of Mason Rudolph, Walsh pretty much knew his playing days were over, but his career with the sport isn’t.
That was evidenced by the reports of him becoming a coach in the Big 12 for the 2016 season. He isn’t going to be returning to Stillwater, however, as it was confirmed that Walsh will join the TCU staff as a graduate assistant for the 2016 season.
— Jeremy Clark (@JClarkHFB) January 20, 2016
This could be huge for the Horned Frogs, who will move forward without three-year starting quarterback Trevone Boykin and Alamo Bowl hero, Bram Kohlhausen. Walsh could help train the next guy up to keep the Horned Frogs in contention in the Big 12 for years to come.