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Monday Links O' War: February 24, 2014

TCU baseball improved to 6-1 over the weekend, while the TCU men hung close with Iowa State. Also, that Assistant AD of Compliance did the smart thing and resigned.

TCU assistant AD resigns in wake of Texas A&M comments | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU assistant athletic director Greg Featherston resigned Saturday after he posted inflammatory remarks about the Texas A&M bonfire tragedy on his Facebook page.

TCU coach gets 500th career win | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Tyler Alexander and Trey Teakell combined to allow just five hits on Sunday at Whataburger Field to help No. 19 TCU beat UTSA 5-1 in its final game of the Kleberg Bank Classic.

Verrett measures a bit short, but TCU corner plays big | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Jason Verrett grew a lot during his three seasons as a starter at TCU. It just doesn’t show on the height-measuring scale.

TCU grad to compete on Golf Channel reality series | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The biology major had recently married husband Parker, was set on the prospects of dental school and hadn’t touched a golf club in almost four years.

TCU ready for Monday Night tilt at the DMC |

TCU returns to the hardwood Monday night to face Oklahoma State at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Horned Frogs' contest against the Cowboys will tip at 6:00 p.m. CT and be shown live on ESPNU with Matt Schick (Play-By-Play) and Bob Valvano (Color) calling the action live.

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