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Links O' War: December 19, 2012

Basketball won last night... Don't worry about who they played, they won!

Here are your morning links!

TCU Tops Southern, 68-57 - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
Garlon Green scored 20 points to lead TCU to one of its most complete performances of the season Tuesday during a 68-57 victory over Southern at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

Horned Frogs Primed for No. 6 Georgia - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU returns to the hardwood Wednesday when it hosts No. 6 Georgia at 7:00 p.m. CT from Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

No. 6 Georgia comes to town to test TCU women | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News o...
While young and inexperienced, the TCU women's basketball team has managed a 5-3 record in nonconference play. Final exams have ended on the TCU campus, but tonight the Horned Frogs' learning curve will be put to the test by No. 6 Georgia.

TCU men turn in solid effort to beat Southern, 68-57 | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports...
Ten days had passed since TCU's last-second loss Dec. 8 at Tulsa, the Horned Frogs' second consecutive defeat. The two losses by a combined seven points were tough to swallow and led to eight days of intense practices before the Frogs resumed Tuesday night against Southern.

Patterson says three TCU players hurt, two to miss bowl game | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News ...
The way the season has gone for TCU, having a few more injuries seems about right. That was the news coach Gary Patterson announced after the Horned Frogs' Tuesday practice at the Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility.

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin answers call, leads TCU back to bowl | Dallas-Fort Worth Sport...
The day before he became TCU's quarterback for the rest of the season, Trevone Boykin was working at running back during practice. Of course, he was no stranger to the quarterback position. He began his redshirt freshman season as Casey Pachall's backup and even got to show off his abilities in TCU's season-opening blowout of Grambling State.