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Friday Links O' War: September 19, 2014

Here are your Friday links!


College Confidential: Does TCU have nation's best defense? | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Star-Telegram writers Jimmy Burch and Carlos Mendez sound off on the week’s biggest stories in college football each week in College Confidential at

Carter Announced as Candidate for Prestigious Award |

TCU safety Sam Carter has been announced as one of 30 candidates nationally for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award.


TCU Looking for a Big Season with the Return of Devonta Abron | BCSNN

College football is in full-swing which means the college basketball season is right around the corner giving the fans the best time of year with two big sports heading into the holidays. One program primed for a big year is the TCU mean's basketball team thanks to the return of a major force and talent the Horned Frogs lacked in the later part 2013-2014.


Baseball Announces 2015 Schedule

TCU's 55-game slate will see the Horned Frogs play 21 road games and one contest at a neutral site. The schedule is highlighted by 21 games against 2014 postseason participants, 10 against Super Regional teams and seven versus College World Series clubs.

Former Frogs

Arrieta looks like pitching cornerstone for Cubs |

As baffling as it was for Cincinnati Reds hitters to anticipate what was coming from Jake Arrieta, some things were clear watching the Cubs on Tuesday night.

Hall of Fame Inductee Frater Recalls TCU Career |

Former TCU sprint standout and recent inductee into the Letterman's Association Hall of Fame Michael Frater shared his thoughts on the weekend and gave advice to the future of the track & field program.