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Links O' War: December 9, 2012

Amiric Fields is having surgery on Friday... Combine that with yesterday's incredibly ugly loss to Tulsa, and I am now angry. F-it all.

Here are your morning links!

Tulsa Slips Past TCU, 50-49 - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
Tulsa guard Pat Swilling Jr. made the front end of a one-and-one free-throw opportunity with just 3.2 seconds remaining to push the Hurricane past TCU on Saturday at the Donald W. Reynolds Center, 50-49.

Horned Frogs Fall to Texas A&M Saturday - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU fought hard during the second half Saturday, but couldn't overcome its slow start, falling to Texas A&M at Reed Arena, 68-47.

Horned Frogs earn All-America honors | TCU 360
TCU cornerback Jason Verrett, punter Ethan Perry and defensive end Devonte Fields earned All-America honors for their performances this season.

College Confidential: TCU's Amric Fields will have knee surgery Friday
TCU forward Amric Fields will have knee surgery Friday. Fields tore both his anterior cruciate ligament and his medial collateral ligament early in a game against SMU Nov. 15.

TCU men miss chances in final seconds at Tulsa | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News ...
You can assess TCU's loss at Tulsa two ways. On one hand, despite playing without starters Devonta Abron and Jarvis Ray, the Horned Frogs battled valiantly to the buzzer and nearly won Saturday afternoon before succumbing to the Golden Hurricane 50-49.

Cold start sinks TCU women in loss to Texas A&M | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News...
Kelsey Bone scored 27 points, including the first six of the game, to help the Texas A&M women get off to a fast start as the Aggies cruised to a 68-47 victory Saturday over TCU at College Station.

Andy Dalton answers call, spearheads Bengals' surge | NFL | Latest news and video on the Dall...
Marvin Lewis more or less called out Andy Dalton on Oct. 31. With the Cincinnati Bengals 3-4 and on a three-game losing streak, Lewis told Dalton he needed more leadership and less turnovers from the second-year quarterback.