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Links O' War: December 31st, 2012

So, the news is getting worse... Much worse. This happens all the time, and generally doesn't have a major effect. But, this really hurts... IDK why, I just have a bad feeling...

Here are your morning links!

Late TCU Rally Edges MVSU, 67-64 - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU led by double digits early before having to force a late rally on its way to a 67-64 win over Mississippi Valley State on Sunday at the DMC. The Frogs scored seven of the game's final nine points in the comeback win.

For TCU moving forward, it's all about the quarterback - The Big Mac Blog
TCU's first season in the Big 12 finished with a 7-6 record, and the desperate need for improvement at the quarterback position. Never was the more evident than during TCU's 17-16 loss in the Whatever Wings Bowl against Michigan State on Dec. 29.

TCU linebackers, receivers coaches leaving for other schools | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News ...
TCU coach Gary Patterson is looking for two new assistant coaches. Linebackers coach Randy Shannon is leaving to take the same job at Arkansas. Arkansas announced the move in a press release Sunday evening.

With bowl loss as capper, TCU can say 2012 is best forgotten | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News ...
There were no hats, no horns, no confetti late Saturday night in the TCU locker room. But for Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson, it was going to be a happy new year moment nonetheless.

Loss to Michigan State typified TCU's losses this season | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sp...
TCU receiver Josh Boyce wasn't interested in discussing individual records. Safety Sam Carter wasn't interested in extolling the greatness of Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell.

TCU barely escapes winless Mississippi Valley State | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports ...
At least they won. That's about the only positive thing Trent Johnson took away from TCU's 67-64 victory over Mississippi Valley State on Sunday afternoon at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.