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Thursday Links O' War: November 20, 2014

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TCU, Baylor sniping has yet to match three-team angst of 2008 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Angry emails? Check. Endless debates that clog Twitter timelines? Check.

TCU plays three non-Saturday games in 2015 | TCU 360

The Horned Frogs will open next season on a Thursday at Minnesota and end the year on a Friday at home against Baylor, bookending a 2015 season that features three non-Saturday games.

TCU football notes: Frogs trying to make it tough on committee | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU coach Gary Patterson said the playoff selection committee has a hard job, and he's trying to make it harder.

Slocum gives Baylor slight edge over TCU, but warns Alabama is team to beat | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Former Texas A&M coach R.C. Slocum is sure one of thing: The College Football Playoff has made the sport even more compelling for fans.

Throwback Thursday: In 1942, UT waged a football war on TCU | The Daily Texan

About 72 years ago, UT students paraded down the Drag for a particularly lively pep rally. Students gathered a few days before the upcoming football game with one purpose in mind: to rally against TCU.

Men's Basketball

TCU Set For Thursday Night Tilt |

Fresh off an 81-54 victory over Washington State, the TCU men's basketball program returns Thursday to take on New Orleans. Start time is set for 7:00 p.m. CT inside Wilkerson-Greines.

The frustrating case of this talented TCU player | Big Mac Blog

When he arrived on campus he was mostly an unknown, but in his first few practices it quickly became apparent Amric Fields had next-level ability. He was a teenager, but had skill and size.

Sophomore transfer one reason TCU men like their bench | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Kenrich Williams, a sophomore forward from Waco, had nine points, 10 rebounds, an assist and a block in the 81-54 victory over Washington State.

Women's Basketball

Medley, Prince Power TCU Past SMU, 73-63 |

Three Horned Frogs scored in double figures and Chelsea Prince posted her second double-double of the season as the TCU womens basketball team registered a 73-63 victory over cross-town rival SMU on Wednesday afternoon at the University Recreation Center.

Medley nets 1,000th career point in win over SMU | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Junior guard Zahna Medley became the fastest player to 1,000 career points in team history Wednesday in a 73-63 victory over SMU, thanks to her game-high 18 points.