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Wednesday Links O' War: October 22, 2014

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Here are your hump day links!

TCU, West Virginia have arrived as Big 12 contenders | ESPN

Before the season, we wondered if West Virginia would ever be able to cut it in the Big 12. We also pondered whether TCU was just simply out of its league.

TCU will change sideline signals before Texas Tech game | Dallas Morning News

TCU will adjust its system for offensive sideline signals in advance of Saturday’s home game against Texas Tech, coach Gary Patterson said.

Gary Patterson continually surprised by offense, could it produce Heisman contender? | Dallas Morning News

If Gary Patterson, TCU’s perpetually apprehensive coach, ever wanted to gloat, now is the time.

When  it comes to bouncing back, Frogs already knew how, Patterson says | Fort Worth Star Telegram

When it comes to getting over losses, the TCU Horned Frogs have already learned that lesson, coach Gary Patterson said.

Gary Patterson: TCU's new offense was 'bad' before the season started | Dallas Morning News

With his team suddenly the talk of the Big 12, TCU coach Gary Patterson met with the media in Fort Worth today ahead of this week’s tilt with Texas Tech.

Frogs in position to care about CFP rankings, but don't seem to | Fort Worth Star Telegram

When the first College Football Playoff rankings come out next week, might Gary Patterson be watching?

“No.”

All right, then.

By now, Gary Patterson knows Top 10 routine | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Horned Frogs have been there, done that, and there’s a Rose Bowl trophy in the vestibule to prove it.

TCU's offense a different kind of bad now | Fox Sports

Anyone who tells you they knew the TCU offense was going to flourish like it has in its first year running the Air Raid would probably be lying.

There's no Boykin for Heisman talk at TCU | Fox Sports

Patterson wasn't happy with some of Boykin's postgame quotes following Saturday's 42-9 victory over Oklahoma State even though Boykin didn't say anything about the award. But Patterson was certainly happy with Boykin's performance as the junior threw for a career high 410 yards and had a career high 451 yards of total offense.