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Friday Links O' War: April 25, 2014

TCU baseball starts a three game series against Cal State Northridge, looking to continue their dominant April.

TCU's hot streak started with a meeting of the mounds | Fort Worth Star Telegram

A little over a month ago, the TCU baseball team was treading water. The 2014 season had that same 2013 vibe in which the team never put it together and missed the postseason for the first time in coach Jim Schlossnagle’s 10-year tenure.

Baseball Looks to Continue Momentum |

The No. 15 TCU baseball team will put a five game winning streak on the line this weekend when the Horned Frogs host Cal State Northridge for three games. Friday's series opener is set for 6:30 p.m.

Defensive-minded Gary Patterson ready for 'Air Frog' era at TCU | Dallas Morning News

“Two-a-days,” Patterson said at his TCU football office, looking ahead to August. Positioned on his desk were stacks of paper several inches high, his scripts annotated with handwritten notes. He keeps every practice from every year on file as a reminder and teaching aid.

Best Big 12 assistant hire? | ESPN

Programs across the Big 12 weren’t shy about making aggressive assistant coaching hires during the offseason to improve their teams.

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Fort Worth ISD agrees to host TCU basketball at Wilkerson-Greines in 2014-15 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The Fort Worth school district has agreed to host the TCU men’s and women’s basketball teams at the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center for the 2014-15 season, FWISD spokesman Clint Bond said Thursday.

TCU DE Fields healthy, hungry again | ESPN

TCU coaches aren't ready to say the former Big 12 AP Defensive Player of the Year is playing his best football just yet, but there's little rust on a pass rusher who conquered the conference as a freshman in 2012.

Coody Classic golf tournament benefiting TCU scholarships has spots open | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Playing spots and sponsorships are still available for the Coody Classic golf tournament which benefits athletic scholarships for TCU student-athletes through the TCU Frog Club. The tournament is Tuesday at Texas Star Golf Course in Euless. TCU alum and 1971 Masters champions Charles Coody and many TCU head coaches will be on hand. Coody and football coach Gary Patterson will hit a shot with each group on selected holes. Each player’s gift package includes two tickets to the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. To register call 817-257-6600.

Tigers backup catcher Bryan Holaday drawing rave reviews | The Detroit News

It was difficult Thursday to know who Max Scherzer was most pleased by: Scherzer, who had another of his marvelous performances in helping beat the White Sox, 7-4, at Comerica Park; or his catcher, Bryan Holaday, whom Scherzer credited for cool pitch-calling and strategies that helped them split their four-game series with the White Sox.

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