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Links O' War: June 13th, 2013

Happy summer... Word is, all of our 2013 commitments except Dac Shaw will make it to campus. So, you know, that is good.

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Here are your morning links!

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.

Ferrell Invited To CNT Training Camp - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU's Riley Ferrell has earned an invite to the Collegiate National Team training camp with a chance to earn a spot on the 24-man roster. Ferrell is the third Horned Frog to earn an invitation to the team.

Elander Wrapping Up Rome Stay; Ubiera Debuts - 06/12/2013 -
As for his future in Rome, Elander is probably counting the days. Trailing first place Savannah by 2..5 games with the first half ended with the weekend. Next week should find Elander in Lynchburg, or higher.

Most indispensable player: TCU - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
Haven't we been here before? There's a reason Pachall grabbed this label last year, and you saw what can happen when he takes a seat. TCU was 4-0 with Pachall in the lineup and finished 3-6 without him. Trevone Boykin did well filling in a tough spot, and he's improved this year, but I really think it's this simple: TCU can win a Big 12 title with Pachall. It cannot with Boykin.

Plenty to prove: TCU Horned Frogs - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
This was a really tough call since TCU's entire team has a ton to prove this season. It's the first year the Frogs really have a roster that looks capable of winning a Big 12 title. After a two-game suspension to start the season and a quiet second half of the season, defensive end Devonte Fields has plenty to prove.

TCU athletics paid $900K for FCS games against Grambling State, SE Louisiana | TCU 360
The TCU athletic department spent $400,000 to play Grambling State on Sept. 8, 2012 and is in agreement to spend $500,000 for an upcoming game against Southeastern Louisiana on Sept. 7, 2013.