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Sunday Morning Links O' War: December 15, 2013

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Cumbie joins TCU staff from Tech | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Sonny Cumbie will be the Horned Frogs’ next quarterback coach, several sources close to the program have confirmed.

TCU men look for advantage during 6 game homestand | Fort Worth Star Telegram

It has been nine days since TCU played a game and nearly a month since the Horned Frogs have played at home.

TCU women return to court after 10-day break | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The TCU women’s basketball team returns to action Sunday after a 10-day hiatus following a 60-52 victory over Stephen F. Austin.

NFL Insider: TCU ex Boyce earning trust of Brady, Patriots | Fort Worth Star Telegram

It didn’t take Tom Brady long to learn Josh Boyce’s name. "He knew my name before we even met," said Boyce, a fourth-round pick of the New England Patriots.

Bengals: Andy Dalton thrives with protection | Columbus Dispatch

Andy Dalton has been barely touched in the past three games. The Bengals won all three.

Jeremy Kerley, healthy again, is a big part of Jets' passing game | Long Island Newsroom

The training room had become Jeremy Kerley's own personal prison cell -- four walls separating him from the thing he needed to do most.

Muehlstein honored | Wise County Messenger

Decatur senior quarterback Grayson Muehlstein was recently awarded the Class 3A “Player of the Week” by Ford Motor Company and Karl Klement Ford for his performance in the Eagles’ regular-season finale, a 56-53 win over Sanger.

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