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Tuesday Links O' War: March 25, 2014

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TCU baseball faces off against Texas Pan-American tonight, looking to get back on track.

TCU tries to shake shades of cursed 2013 against UTPA | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For a few innings Sunday, the Horned Frogs looked a whole lot like the Horned Frogs from the first month of the season a year ago.

TCU notes: Gary Patterson updates spring practice storylines; who's No. 1 at quarterback? | Dallas Morning News

On Monday afternoon, Gary Patterson spoke with the media after TCU’s eighth spring practice. Monday marked the first time that TCU had practiced since they scrimmaged on Saturday. Having watched the tape, Patterson was ready to give his impressions.

Gary Patterson speaks to all three phases | TCU 360

At the end of TCU’s eighth practice of spring football, TCU head coach Gary Patterson spoke with the media on several topics including the quarterback race, injuries and how the depth chart is currently shaping up.

TCU weighing options in depth-challenged receiving corps | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU coach Gary Patterson hopes receiver Brandon Carter returns to the team in August. But if the former Euless Trinity standout doesn’t get his academics in order this spring or summer, the team needed to give others a shot at assuming his role.

Former TCU running back Wesley moves on without football | Fort Worth Star Telegram (Mac Alert)

He may not listen, but Brandon Carter would be wise to chat with ex-TCU running back Ed Wesley about how life goes when pro football isn’t interested.

Petties-Wilson is a Frog |

TCU added another key piece to its 2014 recruiting class when wide receiver Andre Petties-Wilson from San Diego, California, pulled the trigger for the Frogs.

Soccer Inks Heckendorn to NLI |

TCU soccer head coach announced the signing of Emma Heckendorn to an NLI. With her addition, the 2014 signing class now stands at 14 members.

Carpenter back at home at third base for Cardinals | Springfield News

All those afternoons in front of the empty seats at Hammons Field now make sense. The endless grounders. His then-manager spotting a flaw and demanding a correction.

Bengals' Dalton is dandy | Parkersburg News and Sentinel

With the National Football League draft quickly approaching, message boards and websites are flooded with draft news and suggestions about who teams should or shouldn't take or where someone will or won't go.

Bengals owner says Dalton contract creates roster dilemma | CBS Sports

In terms of the 2011 NFL Draft, Andy Dalton was a steal. A second-round pick out of TCU, he assumed the Bengals' starting job immediately and he's held it ever since. In three seasons, Cincinnati has won nine, 10 and 11 games, and three times qualified for the playoffs.

Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington pleads guilty to assaulting ex-girlfriend | Arizona Central

Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington pleaded guilty on Monday to aggravated assault in an Ahwatukee domestic violence incident last year involving Washington's ex-girlfriend, according to a Maricopa County Superior Court spokesman.

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