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Thursday Links O' War: January 9, 2014

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TCU quarterback Casey Pachall ready to face tough questions at Medal of Honor Bowl | South Carolina Post and Courier

Interaction between the scouts and the 96 draft-eligible players in town for Saturday's Medal of Honor Bowl is a major part of the vetting process heading into the NFL draft. And few players will face more questions than Texas Christian quarterback Casey Pachall.

Hightower's Igodan concludes stellar career at TCU | Your Houston News

Hightower graduate Yvonne Igodan displayed promise early, winning Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year honors in 2010. She leaves TCU among the best to play in the program, ranking among the career leaders in several categories.

TCU Opens 2014 with UCF Hidden Duel |

The No. 39 TCU men's tennis team is set to open the 2014 spring season with the UCF Hidden Dual on Jan. 9-12 in Orlando, Fla.

TCU Mounts Furious Rally to Top Kansas, 52-50 |

The TCU women's basketball team erased an 11-point deficit in the final five minutes to top Kansas by a score of 52-50 in a Big 12 thriller on Wednesday evening at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Horned Frogs improved to 11-4 overall and 2-1 in league play.

Cold stretch dooms KU women in loss to TCU |

After having led for most of the night and building a game-high lead of 11 points, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team iced over, going scoreless for nearly 51⁄2 minutes in a 52-50 loss to Texas Christian on Wednesday.