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Links O' War: April 11th, 2013

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Maybe if we totally stop talking about baseball, they will start playing better?

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Here are your morning links!

TCU Falls To Stephen F. Austin, 6-3 - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
The TCU Horned Frogs surrendered a six-run fifth inning to Stephen F. Austin and never recovered in a 6-3 loss Wednesday night. Paul Hendrix hit his second home run of the season.

Notes On A Scorecard - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte discusses the hot topics around the Horned Frogs.

Texas Prep Hoops Coaches Honor Two TCU Signees - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches has honored 2013 TCU men's basketball early signees Michael Williams and Brandon Parrish with all-state and all-region honors following outstanding prep seasons.

Frogs' 2012 freshman class was 'different' - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
It didn't take long for Gary Patterson to figure out his 2012 freshman class he'd signed in 2012 was different from most he'd encountered as TCU's coach. For one, it was the first class he'd ever signed with the promise that each player would play out his career in the Big 12 Conference. More than that, though, when Patterson was forced to play 17 of his true freshmen in 2012, he wasn't too surprised when the result wasn't a disaster.

TCU loses third straight at home, falls to Stephen F. Austin, 6-3 | TCU 360
TCU junior Paul Hendrix had a two-run home run in Wednesday’s game, but TCU could not come back from Stephen F. Austin’s six-run fifth inning, losing 6-3.

Two basketball signees honored by basketball association | TCU 360
TCU basketball signees Michael Williams and Brandon Parrish received all-state and all-region honors from The Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC).

Six-run fifth inning dooms TCU as Frogs’ offense struggles to keep up with SFA | Dalla...
Starter Stefan Crichton and TCU were sailing right along through four innings Wednesday night before the Horned Frogs’ lead vanished in a flurry of errors and line drives.