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Monday Links O' War: March 31, 2014

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TCU dropped another Big 12 series after winning on Friday, this time to Oklahoma State.

TCU roughed up by Oklahoma State, drops Big 12 series | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Eight different Oklahoma State batters had a hit, and the Cowboys chased TCU starter Tyler Alexander early in a 9-4 win over the Horned Frogs on Sunday.

TCU Comes Up Short in Series Finale | GoFrogs.com

Oklahoma State scored six unanswered runs as it picked up a 9-4 victory over TCU Sunday to earn the series win. Jerrick Suiter tied his career-high with three RBIs in the game.

Starters emerging for TCU along offensive line | Dallas Morning News

The offensive line remained a mystery through the first 11 practices of the spring, but Gary Patterson started to answer some of the outstanding questions when he spoke with the media on Saturday.

TCU looks for playmakers at the offensive skill positions | Dallas Morning News

At receiver, running back and quarterback, TCU needs players to emerge as playmakers in the new Doug Meacham/Sonny Cumbie offense.

TCU Falls in Nail-Biter to Oklahoma | GoFrogs.com

In front of its largest crowd this year of 1,196 fans, the No. 55 TCU men’s tennis team was just barely edged by No. 3 Oklahoma and fell 4-3 at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon.

Jason Verrett through surgery, invited to NFL Draft | Niners Nation

Over the weekend, TCU cornerback Jason Verrett tweeted that he has been invited to attend the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. At times he has been considered a bit of a Day 1 bubble guy, but his stock has been rising among the media. This comes even though he had surgery earlier this month on a labrum tear. He suffered the tear last year and reportedly played through the season with it. He put up solid bench press numbers with the injury, so this would not seem to be a huge issue for his draft stock.


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