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Monday Links O' War: November 10, 2014

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Plot thickens in TCU-Baylor CFP debate; Big 12's Bowlsby weighs in | CBS Sports

Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby idea may have saved the College Football Playoff selection committee from its first real controversy.

Baylor only has itself to blame for any "debate" with TCU | Big Mac Blog

Watching TCU toy with No. 7 Kansas State should leave no doubt as to the national legitimacy of the Horned Frogs. Watching Baylor embarrass Oklahoma in Norman a few hours earlier on Saturday only does the same for the Bears.

Ebola survivor Nina Pham glad to be back cheering on TCU | FOX Sports

"It's just a blessing and an honor to be here," she told KXAS-TV before the game. "I'm just overwhelmed by the outpouring, and I love my Horned Frog family so much."

Will committee admit it was wrong assessing Baylor vs. TCU? | Sporting News

So after the Bears beat Oklahoma like no team has in decades in Norman — the same OU team that TCU beat in the last minute in Fort Worth (if you’re comparing scores) — can the CFP committee admit it was wrong and move the Bears ahead of TCU?

Baylor, TCU muddle playoff picture | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

So after the Bears beat Oklahoma like no team has in decades in Norman — the same OU team that TCU beat in the last minute in Fort Worth (if you’re comparing scores) — can the CFP committee admit it was wrong and move the Bears ahead of TCU?

Boykin says he'll do anything to get in the endzone | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“We needed a guy to make a play,” he said. “And I feel like if you get that close to the end zone, I’ll do anything to get in. You get that close, why not? That’s how I feel about it.”

TCU puts on a fancy show, but Baylor has leverage in playoff race | Dallas Morning News

Trevone Boykin’s leap of faith and safe landing on a 19-yard touchdown run Saturday night firmly established his place among Heisman Trophy candidates. The TCU quarterback added a signature play in the minds of voters to the victories and the stats he has been piling up since September.


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