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Friday Links O' War: May 16, 2014

A loss last night means TCU can't win the outright Big 12 title, but all is not lost.

Baylor takes away TCU's shot at outright Big 12 title | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Baylor’s 6-3 win over the Horned Frogs, coupled with Oklahoma State’s 4-2 win over Oklahoma, ensures the Cowboys can’t finish any lower than tied with TCU atop the Big 12.

TCU Drops Series Opener at Baylor |

A pair of three run innings helped Baylor to a 6-3 victory over TCU Thursday night at Baylor Ballpark. Cody Jones led the Frogs with three hits, but the Horned Frogs stranded 11 base runners in the loss.

TCU Working With New Offensive Philosophy |

After Year Two in the Big 12 produced a losing season and ended a school-record streak of eight consecutive bowl trips, TCU coach Gary Patterson decided that changes were needed.

TCU men's basketball signs JUCO forward | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU men’s basketball has signed forward Kenrich Williams, a 6-foot-7 forward from New Mexico Junior College. Williams has three years of eligibility remaining and is available for the 2014-15 season. He averaged 10.1 points and 6.9 rebounds in 34 games last season. Williams attended Waco University High School where he averaged 14.6 points and 9.9 rebounds as a senior in 2013.

Brun, Barjon Fuel Strong First Round |

Julien Brun and Paul Barjon turned in rounds of 67 and 68, respectively, to lead the TCU men's golf team to a fifth-place standing following the opening round of the NCAA San Antonio Regional on Friday at Briggs Ranch Golf Club.

Frogs Ready for Big 12 Outdoor Championships |

The TCU men's and women's track and field teams kick off the postseason Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championships hosted by Texas Tech University.

Verrett could be Broncos nemesis | San Diego Union-Tribune

The Broncos have won the AFC West the last three years, one short of the Chargers from 2006-09. Their No. 1 enemy other than the Seahawks defense? It's age. Peyton Manning is 38. Wes Welker is 33 and was concussed twice last year.

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