Trevone Boykin was arrested in San Antonio after allegedly hitting a police officer after a bar fight early Thursday morning, according to multiple reports.

The star TCU quarterback is in San Antonio for Saturday's Alamo Bowl, as the No. 11 Horned Frogs are set to play No. 15 Oregon. Boykin, who was with teammates, was reportedly removed from Pat O'Brien's bar after a scuffle broke out after he was recognized and words were exchanged. Officers responded to the incident, and according to a police report obtained by ESPN.com's Mark Schlabach, Boykin swung at an officer and resisted arrest until he was told he could be tased.

TCU announced later Thursday morning that Boykin has been suspended for the Alamo Bowl, meaning his college career is finished.

"Trevone Boykin and [wide receiver] Preston Miller have been suspended for Saturday's game due to a violation of team rules," TCU coach Gary Patterson said in a statement released by the university. "We are disappointed in their actions and apologize to the TCU Horned Frogs Nation, Valero Alamo Bowl and city of San Antonio."

According to News4SanAntonio.com, Boykin was set to be charged with assault of a public official, resisting arrest and public intoxication. ESPN reports that Boykin has been charged with third-degree felony assault of a police officer, with bond set at ,000.

Boykin, a senior, has thrown for 3,575 yards and 31 touchdowns and rushed for 612 yards and nine touchdowns to earn second-team All-Big 12 honors. He finished fourth in last year's Heisman Trophy race.