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Thank the sweet lord Jesus that we won last night... Walk off or no walk off, this is a must-sweep series for the Frogs, so we can just forget how it happened and just be thankful for the W.

Tank Carder should come off the board today, keep your eyes on ESPN to see who grabs him.

And now, your morning links:

TCU Walks Off With 2-1 Extra Inning Victory Over Manhattan - Texas Christian University Horned Frogs - Official Athletic Site
With the bases loaded and only one out, Jason Coats came through with an RBI single to give TCU a 2-1 win over Manhattan in 10 innings on Friday night. The Horned Frogs' defense was key to victory as they turned two double plays in the win.

Pitching, defense put TCU past Manhattan | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News on the...
TCU 2, Manhattan 1 (10)

Frogs Continue Competition at Penn Relays - Texas Christian University Horned Frogs - Official Athletic Site
The TCU track and field teams continued action at the 118th Penn Relays Friday with individual field events and relay competition at historic Franklin Field in Philadelphia.

Singles Rally Leads Frogs to 4-1 Victory in MW Quarterfinals - Texas Christian University Horned Frogs - Official Athletic Site
TCU's men's tennis team bounced back from a tough doubles point loss to win four-straight singles matches and claim a 4-1 triumph over UNLV in the Mountain West Men's Tennis Championship quarterfinal round.

More gasoline added to the Tim Tebow-Mark Sanchez controversy in New York | The Pigskin Report
Jeremy should have just kept his mouth closed.

TCU football extends offer to defensive end Newell | College Sports Blog | Sports News | News for Dallas, Texas | The Dallas Morning News
Gary Patterson and the TCU Horned Frogs have made an offer to Peyton Newell of Hiawatha High School, the first extended to Newell.

BCS inches closer to a football playoff | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News on the ...
College notes...

Outdated BCS finally embraces four-team college football playoff - Stewart Mandel -
We gather here today to pay our respects to a fallen regime. The two-team BCS National Championship Game, college football's annually frustrating, fascinating and infuriating culmination, will soon cease to exist.

Rejoice college football, playoffs are finally here | Dr. Saturday - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Dr. Saturday: It's been a long time coming, but college football is finally changing.

BCS college football playoff: College football on verge of adopting four-team playoff system for 2014 season - Chicago Tribune
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Bowl Championship Series officials trimmed the fat Thursday. Off the table are playoff proposals that were absurd (the Rose Bowl as part of three semifinal games), would have harmed the regular season (eight- and 16-teamers) or would have invited even more controversy (a plus-one pitting the top two teams after the bowl games).