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Wednesday Links O' War: April 16, 2014

TCU baseball shelled Houston Baptist Tuesday night, and now turns its attention to Texas this weekend.

TCU offense tees off behind Kipper's strong start | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Not only did the offense get revved up before facing the Longhorns’ stout pitching staff, but TCU’s bullpen got a reprieve with Jordan Kipper again giving the Frogs’ a quality Tuesday start. He held the Huskies to four hits and struck out seven in six innings before the bullpen finished the game. It’s TCU’s seventh shutout this season as the Frogs improved to 8-1 in April.

TCU Tops Houston Baptist, 13-0 |

The TCU Horned Frogs ran away with a 13-0 victory over Houston Baptist Tuesday night at Lupton Stadium. Eight hitters drove in a run and four pitchers combined on TCU's seventh shutout of the season.

TCU baseball team lifts spirits of boy battling cancer | Fox 4

A 5-year-old Arlington boy is ready to lace up his spikes and take the field for the TCU Horned Frogs' baseball team.

TCU Records Top-Five Showing in South Carolina |

Julien Brun and Giulio Castagnara both registered top-10 individual finishes to help lead the TCU men's golf team to a fifth-place showing at the Coca-Cola Wofford Invitational on Tuesday at The Country Club of Spartanburg in the final tournament of the regular season.

TCU hopes new offense levels playing field | ESPN

(h/t to OrangeFrog for posting this in the comments on yesterday's links)

For years, TCU stuck to an offensive philosophy built around trying to out-physical foes and trick them with play action. That style won the Horned Frogs five conference titles while in the Mountain West and Conference USA. They have not won many Big 12 games.