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Monday Links O' War: November 17, 2014

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Lots of life left in CFP bracket run for TCU, Baylor | Fort Worth Star Telegram

This much is certain: No. 4 TCU, coming off Saturday’s 34-30 escape from outmanned Kansas, should prepare to fall to the No. 5 spot in Tuesday’s updated CFP rankings.

Patterson says bigger win wouldn't have guaranteed anything | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU coach Gary Patterson said he would have liked to have won the Kansas game by more than four points for the sake of the players, who will probably see their team ranking dropped by the College Football Playoff committee this week.

TCU just winning the game may not have been enough against Kansas | Dallas Morning News

TCU picked up win No. 9, keeping itself among the teams in the hunt for a spot in the first rendition of the new postseason system. Despite that fact, the sentiment around the country isn’t exactly celebratory after the Horned Frogs squeaked past Kansas with a 34-30 win on the road.

Men's Basketball

Improved rebounding, shot-blocking could boost TCU men this season | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Horned Frogs are rebounding and blocking shots. They had 50 rebounds in Friday night’s opener against Prairie View A&M. It had been seven seasons since a TCU team had done that. Of the 50, 17 were offensive rebounds — a number that beat any game last season.

TCU Returns to Hardwood Monday Night |

The TCU men's basketball program returns to the hardwood Monday with a contest against Washington State. Start time is set for 7:00 p.m. CT inside Wilkerson-Greines.

WSU Men's Basketball Looks to Bounce Back at TCU | WSU Athletics

Monday’s game at TCU will be televised on Fox Sports Southwest Plus as Brian Estridge (Play-by-Play) and John Denton (Color Analyst) have the call.

Women's Basketball

Cold second half dooms TCU women | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Krista Donald and Shacobia Barbee each had double-doubles, leading Georgia to a 62-53 victory over visiting TCU in women’s basketball Sunday.

TCU Rally Falls Short at Georgia, 62-53 |

The TCU women's basketball team couldn't overcome a cold second half in a 62-53 loss to Georgia on Sunday afternoon at Stegeman Coliseum.