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As good a day as Sunday was, Monday was just as bad... Word of Hilliard transferring and Gildon not making it back are swirling, although it looks like Dunbar is back which is good.
Here are your morning links!
Women's Baseball Clinic Set For Feb. 7 - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
The TCU baseball team will host the fourth annual Frogs for the Cure Women's Baseball Clinic presented by State Farm to benefit Komen for the Cure on Feb. 7 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Sam Baugh Indoor Facility.
Pachall plays the game the right way, flaws and all | TCU 360
Casey Pachall returned to school Monday a little more than three months after being arrested on DWI charges. The senior quarterback, who spent time in a substance abuse rehab facility and a subsequent outpatient program, is back. Good for him. Good for TCU. Good for college football.
TCU seeks first Big 12 win against West Virginia | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports New...
TCU meets its other first-year conference mate Tuesday on the tail end of an extended road trip for the Frogs that has kept them from Fort Worth since late last week.
College notes: TCU's Maponga declares for NFL Draft | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports ...
TCU defensive end Stansly Maponga is leaving to enter the NFL Draft and will not play his senior season. Maponga announced the decision on his Twitter account Monday evening.
Casey Pachall's return to TCU is a win-win for everyone | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Spo...
Casey Pachall did not address his teammates upon his return Sunday afternoon to TCU for the first team meeting of 2013.
TCU loses major player to NFL draft, who should have stayed - The Big Mac Blog
On Sunday afternoon TCU head coach Gary Patterson was not sure if he was going to lose defensive end Stansly Maponga to the NFL draft, but he sounded like the announcement was coming. On Monday afternoon, the announcement came. According to multiple reports, Maponga will skip his senior year to enter the draft.