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Saturday Lunchtime Links O' War: March 22, 2014

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TCU baseball crushed Texas Tech last night behind 10 strikeouts from Brandon Finnegan. They play again today.

Finnegan, TCU thwart Texas Tech 9-0 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For three innings Friday night, TCU’s offense looked very similar to the one that had struggled to get runners home for much of 2014.

TCU Dominates in Big 12 Opener | GoFrogs.com

A dominating effort in all three phases of the game helped the TCU earn a 9-0 victory over No. 25 Texas Tech in the Horned Frogs' Big 12 opener. Brandon Finnegan threw seven scoreless innings and Keaton Jones provided three hits to lead the offense.

Jordan Moore could boost TCU WR corps | ESPN.com

Nothing reportedly of note happened, except for one interesting tidbit: Jordan Moore, who was moved from running back to receiver at the beginning of camp, hauled in a touchdown on a vertical route.

Brun Tabbed No. 2 in Latest Palmer Cup Rankings | GoFrogs.com

TCU men's golf standout Julien Brun was tabbed as the No. 2 male collegiate golfer on Team Europe in the latest Palmer Cup Rankings.

Frogs Cap Invite with Solid Marks | GoFrogs.com

Following Friday's final day of the TCU Invitational, Frog track and field coach Darryl Anderson was pleased with how his team performed in its first outdoor meet of the season.

Wariner opens his track season at TCU with goal of staying healthy | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Jeremy Wariner nearly escaped unnoticed. Having finished his cooldown, Wariner was headed for the stands to see his family when a group of Texas State athletes asked him to pose for photos Friday.


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Newhouse brings more flexibility to O-Line | Bengals.com

By the tender age of 25, Marshall Newhouse has already played in four post-season games, lined up at three different spots for a 15-1 team, and started 31 games for three straight NFC North champions in Green Bay.


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