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Wednesday Links O' War: March 19, 2014

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It appears Jeff Mittie has bailed on the women's basketball program a day before their first round NIT game against Colorado. Classy dude.

TCU loses women's basketball coach Jeff Mittie to Big 12 rival Kansas State | Dallas Morning News

Kansas State made the rare move of luring a head coach away from a conference rival on Tuesday, hiring Mittie to become its new women’s basketball coach. He replaces Deb Patterson, who was fired after 18 seasons that included nine NCAA tournament appearances.

TCU Announces Resignation of Mittie | GoFrogs.com

TCU has announced the resignation of women's basketball head coach Jeff Mittie, who will become the head coach at Kansas State.

Sooner Baseball Downs #24 TCU in Non-Conference Game | Crimson and Cream Machine

Oklahoma's baseball game against TCU counted for the regular season standings but did nothing for their conference race other than provide a little confidence. The Horned Frogs came into Norman with a national ranking of #24 but  couldn't overcome Oklahoma's bats.

TCU Drops See-Saw Battle at Oklahoma | GoFrogs.com

TCU's three-game winning streak to an end at the hands of Oklahoma in a 9- 5. The Sooners used a four-run fifth inning to break a 3-3 tie en route to the victory.

TCU football notes: Trevone Boykin remains No. 1 QB, offensive line improves | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Offensive linemen Tayo Fabuluje and Matt Pryor are both competing for starting jobs. But it may no longer be for the same spot. Pryor is working at guard this spring. Fabuluje is trying to lock down his former starting job at left tackle before leaving the program last summer.

On the spot: TCU Horned Frogs defensive end Devonte Fields | ESPN.com

Fields could be at a crossroads in his Horned Frogs career. He can re-establish himself as one of the Big 12's top players or he could let some of the off-the-field distractions that have hampered his first two years continue to be an obstacle on his road to success.

Bengals confirm OT Marshall Newhouse visits | CincyJungle.com

The Cincinnati Bengals announced that offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse has completed his visit with the team on Tuesday. The scheduled visit had been reported late Monday afternoon by NFL Insider Adam Caplan. If the Bengals sign him, he'd be a depth player that would fight for a spot on the 53-man roster later this summer.


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