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Tuesday Links O' War: November 11, 2014

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The new College Football Playoff rankings come out today. Where do you think TCU ends up?

Football

No. 6 TCU heads to Kansas | GoFrogs.com

Horned Frogs look to continue their momentum in Saturday's 2 p.m. game in Lawrence

College Football Playoff Committee could pick Big 12 runner up | Dallas Morning News

"It’s entirely up to the committee to slate the [final] four teams,” Burda said. “It’s possible we could have a non-champion in the top four and our champion outside of the top four. It’s entirely up to [the committee].”

Take Two: Who deserves 4th playoff spot? | ESPN

With the unveiling of the third set of College Football Playoff rankings only hours away, we wanted to dive into which team was most deserving of that coveted fourth spot in the rankings. With the assumption that Mississippi State, Florida State and Oregon will take the top three spots, SEC reporter Edward Aschoff and Big 12 reporter Jake Trotter decided to take a stab at which team has earned the final spot to this point.

TCU happy with more physical OL as weather gets colder | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU is gaining more confidence in its running game and offensive line, just in time for a road game in winter conditions at Kansas this week, not to mention perhaps Thanksgiving night in Austin.

TCU, Baylor clear Big 12 front-runners for college football playoff spot | Associated Press

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen started preparing for Baylor when the Bears were coming off a wild comeback win over TCU.

TCU or Baylor? Only the committee knows | ESPN

Another nutty Saturday in the Big 12 left TCU and Baylor standing tall as the league's final two remaining playoff contenders.

Charles Davis: 'TCU needs a Baylor loss' | CBS Sports

TCU entered this past weekend ranked sixth in the College Football playoff rankings and beat No. 7 Kansas State, 41-20.

Basketball

SEC test will be good measurement for Horned Frogs | Dallas Morning News

Marshall Henderson has finally graduated and taken his antics out of the SEC, but the Rebels actually return a bunch of players after a disappointing 2013-14 in which they missed the postseason for just the second time under coach Andy Kennedy.