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Thursday Links O' War: October 23, 2014

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How much Heisman consideration should Boykin be getting?

Is TCU QB Trevone Boykin a legitimate Heisman Trophy Candidate? | Dallas Morning News

Now that he’s a full-time quarterback, and with the help of the Air Raid, Boykin is filling the stat sheet. Through half of the regular season, Boykin has thrown for 1,873 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also has just three interceptions, one of which was a freak play by a defensive tackle against Oklahoma State. On top of that, he’s rushed for 346 yards and three touchdowns.

TCU could make playoff, Boykin's improvement at QB 'really remarkable' | Dallas Morning News

SportsDay columnist Kevin Sherrington held a chat Wednesday. Here are some highlights.

Five things TCU fans need to know about Texas Tech | Dallas Morning News

The Horned Frogs invite rival Texas Tech into Fort Worth with hopes of igniting a big run toward a conference title.

TCU needs to run it up whenever possible | Big Mac Blog

In the span of a few weeks TCU reduced the number of teams it had never defeated as a member of the Big 12 in half.

TCU notes: Short-yardage, goal-line run game improving | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Last week against Oklahoma State, B.J. Catalon scored on a fourth-and-1 conversion from the 35, Aaron Green scored on a 4-yard run, and Trevorris Johnson ran effectively out of two-tight-end sets.

Texas Tech, TCU on opposite sides of one year turnarounds | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For proof, look no further than No. 10 TCU (5-1, 2-1 Big 12). The Horned Frogs are the top-ranked team in Texas despite coming off last year’s 4-8 record.


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