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Thursday Links O' War: October 16, 2014

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Here are your Thursday links!

Football

Boykin has injured wrist, will start against Oklahoma State | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU coach Gary Patterson confirmed that starting quarterback Trevone Boykin sustained an injury to his non-throwing wrist during TCU’s 61-58 loss to Baylor, but will be fine to start in Saturday’s home game against Oklahoma State.

Boykin, Dawson added to watch lists | GoFrogs.com

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin and linebacker Paul Dawson have been added to watch lists for the Maxwell Award and Chuck Bednarik Award, respectively.

Five things TCU fans need to know about Oklahoma State | Dallas Morning News

TCU comes back to Amon G. Carter Stadium for the first time since fans stormed the field following the Horned Frogs win over Oklahoma, but the mood is a bit different following a last-second loss at Baylor.

Oklahoma State at TCU primer | ESPN

A year ago, then-No. 21 Oklahoma State held on late for a 24-10 victory over TCU in Stillwater. Plenty has changed for the Horned Frogs since then, especially for Trevone Boykin.

Baylor, TCU earn top midterm grades for Big 12 football teams | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For most Big 12 teams, we have reached the mathematical midpoint of the football season. Six games in the books. Six left to play.

Mike Gundy says tackling an emphasis as Cowboys prepare for high-powered offense | Daily Oklahoman

As Oklahoma State prepares to take on a TCU offense that’s averaging more than 500 yards per game, Cowboy coach Mike Gundy has placed an emphasis on a core football value — tackling.

Basketball

TCU Participates in Big 12 Media Day | GoFrogs.com

TCU made its annual appearance at the Big 12 Men's Basketball Media Day Wednesday when it traveled to the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

TCU men's basketball team's first job: stop talking about last season | Fort Worth Star Telegram

After nine practices, the TCU men’s basketball team knows what it can do and cannot do.

Why transfers have Trent Johnson thinking positive entering third season | Dallas Morning News

"You guys must think we're going to be good too," Johnson said to members of the press at Big 12 men's basketball media day in Kansas City. "Last time, I got two questions and I was off the podium and gone."