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Sunday Links O' War: December 28, 2014

TCU faces off against Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl in three days.

WVU linebacker: I'm surprised Byalor, TCU didn't make CFP | Dallas Morning News

West Virginia is the only program this season to have defeated Baylor, which is preparing to face Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl. The Mountaineers beat the Bears 41-27 on Oct. 18 in Morgantown. WVU also almost upset TCU, leading by nine in the fourth quarter before falling 31-30.

TCU coach's decision to woo back safety paying off for both | Fort Worth Star Telegram

At least Patterson has Sam Carter there for one more game — the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl on Wednesday against Ole Miss.

Gary Patterson's career as hands-on builder sculpts TCU program | ESPN

Long before taking TCU to the cusp of the inaugural College Football Playoff this season, Patterson forged a coaching career working his way up through a series of small schools.

Ole Miss coach: Beating TCU would be 'tremendous win' | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU approaches each game with an underdog mentality, but Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze sees a chance for a skin on the wall if his team can win Wednesday’s Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

TCU and Baylor can lead Big 12 in making a statement with bowl wins | The Daily Oklahoman

When last we saw a Big 12 team play football, the conference had hopes of landing two teams in the College Football Playoff. Instead, the Big 12 was shut out. And the league is going through the seven (or is it 70?) stages of grief.

Peach Bowl pits Rebels against Horned Frogs | The Sports Network

Two national powers collide in the 47th annual Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome, as the ninth-ranked Ole Miss Rebels butt heads with the sixth-ranked TCU Horned Frogs on Wednesday, Dec. 31.