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Monday Links O' War: October 27, 2014

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ESPN's 'GameDay' will follow TCU, but Frogs don't budge in polls | Fort Worth Star Telegram

ESPN’s College GameDay will be in Morgantown, W.Va. for TCU’s game against West Virginia on Saturday afternoon.

TCU doesn't wow voters in 82-27 route of Texas Tech | USA Today

The blowout of Texas Tech didn't help much in The Associated Press poll released Sunday, with the Horned Frogs staying at No. 10, followed for the second straight week by Kansas State at 11th and Baylor at No. 12.

Video review clears safety for next game despite ejection | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The junior safety was cleared by the Big 12 in a review of the video of a fight on the sideline in Saturday’s game against Texas Tech. Hackett and a Tech player were ejected for throwing a punch, but the video did not show a punch from Hackett.

Boykin receives national honor |

TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin has been named the Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Saturday's 82-27 win over Texas Tech.

New playoff system not much better than BCS | New York Post

Compared to the trashed Bowl Championship Series (BCS), this is an improved system, but only ever so slightly. Four teams deciding the national championship are better than two, obviously, creating greater interest across the country over the course of the regular season. But the real solution would’ve been eight or — gasp! — 16.


TCU gets first commitment in 2015 from three-star small forward | NBC Sports

TCU head coach Trent Johnson received his first verbal commitment in the Class of 2015, as Texas native Jalon Miller announced he would be joining the program in the fall of 2015.

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