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Friday Links O' War: September 5, 2014

Happy Friday! Here are your morning links.

Young soccer team growing up so fast | Fort Worth Star Telegram

This year’s TCU soccer team is frighteningly young. Of the 29 players on the roster, there are only three juniors and one senior.

Know Your Frogs: Defensive Line | TCU 360

The TCU defensive line features some seasoned veterans to accompany the first-time starters in a position group that is still dealing with the aftermath of Devonte Fields' departure. The loss of Fields gives unsung players the opportunity to prove themselves, but losing a player of Fields' quality would hurt any team. However, the Frogs do return one of the best defensive tackle tandems in the Big 12.

Volleyball Set for TCU Nike Invitational |

The TCU volleyball team will open its 2014 home slate with the TCU Nike Invitational on September 5-6 at the University Recreation Center.

TCU toughens its alcohol policy | TCU 360

David Cozzens, the associate vice chancellor for student affairs, said that the policy has been tweaked in two ways to better the health and safety of students.

Similarity to Terror Group Prompts TCU Name Change | CBS DFW

Texas Christian University has changed the name of an education program because its acronym is the same as that commonly used for the terrorist group responsible for widespread violence in Iraq and Syria.