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Thursday Links O' War: August 14, 2014

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Boykin is leading Joeckel in the quarterback race, according to Travis Brown of the Fort Worth Star Telegram.

Boykin slightly ahead of Joeckel for TCU's starting QB job | Fort Worth Star Telegram

After TCU’s second scrimmage Tuesday and after coaches analyzed the film Wednesday, Patterson said junior quarterback Trevone Boykin holds a slight edge over senior transfer Matt Joeckel in the competition for the starting job.

Horned Frog offense shines in Tuesday scrimmage | TCU 360

The TCU football team played its second-to-last scrimmage of training camp Tuesday, and the bulk of head coach Gary Patterson’s praise went to the new-look offense.


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TCU spreading things out for 3rd Big 12 season | News Observer

TCU coach Gary Patterson had been thinking about spreading out his offense since the Horned Frogs got in the Big 12 two years ago.

World Top-10 Junior Tennis Player Signs with TCU | GoFrogs.com

TCU men's tennis head coach David Roditi announced Wednesday the addition of his second top-10 junior tennis player to the program in Great Britain and New Zealand native Cameron Norrie.

Marshall Newhouse carted off field Tuesday | Cincy Jungle

Though he was expected to be a backup, Newhouse has essentially been a starter this offseason with injuries along the o-line forcing him to get plenty of first-team reps at left tackle.

Is Jake Arrieta's 2014 season for real? | SB Nation

Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta is having a breakthrough 2014 season. Through 18 starts with the Cubs, Arreita has a 2.80 ERA, an excellent 2.37 FIP, with a 109/23 K/BB in 103 innings with just 82 hits allowed. This is a far cry from his previous struggles in the big leagues. Is it sustainable? Let's review his development as a prospect.


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