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Saturday Links O' War: April 5, 2014

TCU baseball beat West Virginia last night, TCU's spring "game" is this morning, and the top recruits in Texas are in Dallas for a Nike combine.

TCU rallies in ninth to beat West Virginia | Fort worth Star Telegram

TCU’s tying run was blocked by West Virginia catcher Cameron O’Brien, who stood on the edge of the dirt, waiting for a throw from center field.

TCU Rallies For Walk-Off Win |

The TCU baseball team rallied with three runs in the bottom of the ninth to rally for a 4-3 victory over West Virginia Friday night. Dylan Fitzgerald hit the game-winning sacrifice fly to cap the come-from-behind victory for the Horned Frogs.

Doug Meacham critical to TCU's success | Dallas Morning News

Gary Patterson emphasized on numerous occasions last year that the team was not split. There was no division amongst the ranks, he said, between an offense that needed a compass to find the end zone and a defense that ranked second in the Big 12.

Three things to watch at TCU's open football practice Saturday | Dallas Morning News

Up until this point, practices have been closed. TCU will not allow cameras on Saturday, and the practice will not be televised. For fans that are attending, here are three items to watch for in tomorrow’s scrimmage.

Jason Verrett aims to be defensive rookie of the year | NBC Sports

Few players on the verge of reaching the top of their profession lack confidence or ambition.  TCU cornerback Jason Verrett isn’t one of those few players.

Dallas Nike Football Training Camp Preview | SB Nation

Many of the top football players in the region will make their way to DeSoto High School on Saturday to compete in the Dallas Nike Football Training camp as prospects try to earn their invitations to The Opening, the prestigious summer Nike event that features 150 of the top recruits in the country.

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