Saturday Links O' War: January 4, 2014

TCU basketball begins its conference schedule today. Pray for them.

TCU men show improvement before Big 12 opener | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU men’s basketball coach Trent Johnson knocked on his wooden desk as he considered the injury situation he dealt with in 2013. It’s a new year, and he hopes 2014 brings better health for his players.

Mountaineers begin Big 12 play on the road against TCU | Beckley Register-Herald

One season is over. The Mountaineers finished the nonconference portion of the 2013-14 basketball season with an 8-5 record, winning the games they were expected to win — Mount St. Mary’s, Duquesne, Georgia Southern, Presbyterian, Old Dominion, Loyola, Marshall and William & Mary — and losing all of the games against power conference teams — Virginia Tech, Wisconsin, Missouri, Gonzaga and Purdue.

TCU basketball sees reason for optimism entering Big 12 play | Dallas Morning News

TCU will begin conference play on Saturday when they tip off against the West Virginia Mountaineers at 3 p.m. at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

Oh, and...

Mac Engel writes an article about Amric Fields being the key player for this TCU team (Wonder where he got that idea?)


Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/01/03/5458910/tcu-men-show-improvement-before.html#storylink=cpy
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