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Wednesday Links O' War: April 9, 2014

TCU baseball knocked off Dallas Baptist last night, and TCU basketball loses Clyde Smith.

Strong start from Kipper helps TCU notch 5th consecutive win | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Jordan Kipper may have had a learning curve early in his first season with TCU, but the right-handed pitcher is a quick study.

Micah Ahern channels superpowers to help TCU baseball | Dallas Morning News

Micah’s story broke earlier this year when he became an honorary member of the TCU baseball team. Micah had a signing ceremony with TCU head coach Jim Schlossnagle and his players to become TCU’s first recruit in the class of 2027.

TCU Horned Frogs have opportunity to go young at QB |

TCU coach Gary Patterson places a high value on the threat Boykin offers with his legs -- as proved by Boykin's stint at receiver last season -- and sees the running game as one of the strengths of his offense in 2014. But that won't prevent freshmen Foster Sawyer and Grayson Muehlstein from getting a real shot to win the job this summer and fall.

TCU Student-Athlete Spotlight: Arnau Dachs |

Many of the top NCAA tennis programs’ rosters feature players from all over the world. It is certainly an adjustment for any of them to live in America for four years. It was an even bigger one for TCU’s Arnau Dachs.

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Clyde Smith III no longer on TCU basketball team | Dallas Morning News

Sophomore guard Clyde Smith III is no longer with the TCU basketball team, a source said. Smith, who is from Houston, Texas, saw action in 16 games last season, but he amassed just 44 minutes of playing time while averaging 0.5 points per game.