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Wednesday Links O' War: August 20, 2014

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Hunt Leads O-line Group | GoFrogs.com

Joey Hunt (6-3, 295, Jr.) returns at center after starting 11 of 12 games at the position a year ago. The 2013 Academic All-Big 12 selection appears on the watch list for the Rimington Trophy, presented to the nation's top center.

Etiwanda's Tyler Freeman chooses TCU | Daily Bulletin

Etiwanda High School shortstop Tyler Freeman has followed the lead of many prep athletes who have come before him and decided where he wants to play in college long before his prep career is over.

WR Jermaine Antoine transfers from TCU to McNeese State | NOLA.com

"Nothing happened. I just decided to transfer because I didn’t want to sit," Antoine told The Daily Iberian. "I didn’t want to wait until my junior year to play so I came to McNeese where I had a chance to play right away."

How TCU players see the attendance issue | Big Mac Blog

TCU remains a favorite target for its sometimes sporadic attendance at home football games, despite whatever number the school reports at the bottom of a box score. All teams that are not at capacity inflate attendance figures. It's standard practice.


Read more here: http://sportsblogs.star-telegram.com/mac-engel/2014/08/how-tcus-players-see-the-attendance-issue.html#storylink=cpy

Does autonomy make college football Cinderellas a thing of the past? | CBS Sports

Is Cinderella dead?

Are the lines of demarcation between the haves and have nots drawn so clearly that only the kings will rule, prosper ... conquer? Nevermind the excitement of the new playoff era, will the college football world ever be as excited again by an upset on the scale of Boise over Oklahoma or Appalachian State over Michigan?

WVU, TCU might be surprises | Charleston Gazette

When I checked out the Big 12 preseason poll, something tugged at me.

TCU area residents trying to restrict "stealth dorms" | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The City Council is moving forward with a plan in the TCU area to restrict the number of unrelated adults who can live in a single-family home from five to three, after a presentation Tuesday showed most of the area’s residents are in favor of the proposal.