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Thursday Links O' War: February 13, 2014

Both TCU teams suffered losses last night, the men to Baylor and the women to Kansas.

Baylor flattens TCU by 33 on 3-point barrage | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Baylor hit a season-high 16 3-pointers, including a season-best eight from Brady Heslip, as the Bears ran away with a 91-58 victory in front of about 4,000 in attendance. The 33-point loss was the Horned Frogs’ largest losing margin this season, and TCU slipped to 2-27 in the Big 12 since beginning league play last season.

TCU Can't Solve Baylor Wednesday Night |

Junior Kyan Anderson's season and game-high of 29 points wasn't enough as Baylor upended TCU Wednesday night at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, 91-58.

TCU Women's late charge fizzles at Kansas | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The TCU women cut a late nine-point deficit to two against Kansas, but the Jayhawks finished on an 8-1 run to close out the Horned Frogs 62-53 on Wednesday at Allen Fieldhouse.

Lovings breaks block record in loss to Kansas | TCU 360

Last time TCU and Kansas met, the Frogs rallied from a double-digit lead in the final five minutes of the game, eeking out a 52-50 win. This time around, TCU had the tables turned on them.

The Jim Schlossnagle Radio Show Debuts Thursday |

Hosted by John Denton, the show will air live on KTCU 88.7 FM and via All-Access on Along with coach Schlossnagle, Brandon Finnegan and Kevin Cron will be the featured player guests on the show.

Construction begins at Lupton Stadium |

With construction underway at the Charlie and Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium, head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle said the completion of the new facility will change the way the baseball program does things in a positive way.

Notes On A Scorecard |

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TCU DT Jon Jewis Walking Away from Football a Tough Loss for Horned Frogs | Bleacher Report

It's a tough blow for the Horned Frogs defense, which was a bright spot in an otherwise disappointing 4-8 season in 2013. Lewis started the final five games last season, recording a team-best 11 tackles for loss. His 4.5 sacks were second on the team.

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