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Sunday Links O' War: October 5, 2014

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It's Victory Sunday after a huge 37-33 win over Oklahoma. Let's see what everyone has to say about the Frogs.

TCU picks off Trevor Knight twice, shocks No. 4 Oklahoma | ESPN

Gary Patterson and No. 25 TCU finally have a big attention-grabbing victory in the Big 12 Conference.

TCU validates place in Big 12 by taking down Oklahoma | Fort Worth Star Telegram

After almost four hours, twice avoiding disaster on turnovers in the fourth quarter, TCU had it — a 37-33 victory Saturday afternoon at a charged-up Amon G. Carter Stadium against the No. 4-ranked Sooners, a victory that says the Horned Frogs can contend for the Big 12 championship.


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No. 25 TCU keeps on rolling, knocks off No. 4 Oklahoma 37-33 | Dallas Morning News

The former BCS-busting Horned Frogs sent quite a message in their third Big 12 opener, getting Paul Dawson's 41-yard interception return for a touchdown and a big fourth-down stop in the fourth quarter Saturday in a 37-33 victory over No. 4 Oklahoma.

No. 25 TCU upends No. 4 Oklahoma | ABC News

The former BCS-busting Horned Frogs sent quite a message in their third Big 12 opener, getting Paul Dawson's 41-yard interception return for a touchdown and a big fourth-down stop in the fourth quarter Saturday in a 37-33 victory over No. 4 Oklahoma.

TCU upsets balance of power in Big 12 with 37-33 victory over Oklahoma | NBC Sports

The No. 25 TCU Horned Frogs didn’t do the Big 12 Conference any favors for the Big 12 Conference with a 37-33 victory over the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners. But TCU head coach Gary Patterson and his squad won’t care after one of the biggest wins in the program’s history.

Gary Patterson: Maybe you didn't expect TCU to beat Oklahoma, 'but these kids did' | Dallas Morning News

After TCU’s upset performance over Oklahoma, here’s what coach Gary Patterson had to say about his team’s effort.

TCU gets in on crazy Saturday | Dallas Morning News

On a day when college football was forced to ask why in the world Katy Perry is asking Trevor Knight to call her most definitely, a more pressing question was raised by the state of Mississippi and little bitty TCU.

Photos: Purple passion reigns; Frog fans rush field | Dallas Morning News

Oklahoma Sooners linebacker Jordan Evans (26) is tackled by TCU Horned Frogs wide receiver Josh Doctson (9) after picking off a pass from quarterback Trevone Boykin (2) in the second quarter at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Saturday, October 4, 2014.

Shake it up: TCU upsets No. 4 Oklahoma 37-33 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU stopped the run -- sort of. TCU stopped Oklahoma -- for sure.

Five thoughts from TCU's win over No. 4 Oklahoma | Dallas Morning News

TCU launched itself into College Football Playoff contention with a 37-33 upset win over Oklahoma at home. Here are five thoughts from the game.

Five thoughts from Oklahoma's loss to No. 25 TCU | Dallas Morning News

Almost all of Oklahoma’s first half offense came on deep throws, an aspect of the offense that had been inconsistent in the early stages of the season. Trevor Knight’s first two completions of the game totaled 128 yards, setting him up for 230 yards on six first-half completions.