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Wednesday Links O' War: June 11, 2014

TCU baseball heads to Omaha tomorrow.

TCU's comeback took an assist from loud Fort Worth crowd | Fort Worth Star Telegram

About 170 kids were running around the field at Lupton Stadium on Tuesday, a day after the biggest win in the stadium’s 12-year history. TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle’s baseball camp was in session as he tried to put in perspective the Horned Frogs’ comeback victory Monday afternoon against Pepperdine.

Omaha-bound Frogs meet familiar faces in College World Series | TCU 360

After a wild regional with one of the longest college baseball games ever and an intense super regional that broke postseason attendance records twice, the TCU baseball team is headed to the College World Series.

Feelings on parity in college baseball are mixed | Associated Press

The array of teams set for the College World Series beginning this week could leave the impression that college baseball has become an equal-opportunity sport.

TCU track sends 17, including 11 underclassmen, to NCAA Championships | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Seventeen members of the TCU track and field team are in Eugene, Ore., to participate in the 2014 NCAA championships Wednesday through Saturday.

Frogs Set to Open NCAA Championships |

Members of the TCU men's and women's track and field teams will compete in the NCAA Championships Wednesday-Saturday in Eugene, Oregon, with the goal of bringing home national championships and all-American accolades.