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Sunday Links O' War: September 7, 2014

Here are your Sunday links!


Former TCU ace makes striking debut for Royals | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Finnegan, who played his last game with the Horned Frogs on June 19 in the College World Series, pitched two hitless innings against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium, and struck out two, including Derek Jeter to end the sixth inning.

Soccer blanks LSU 2-0 |

A pair of second half goals from Michelle Prokof and Makenzie Koch combined with a five-save effort from Vittoria Arnold led TCU to a 2-0 win over LSU Friday night. The shutout was the second of the season for Arnold.

TCU Rolls Past Prairie View A&M |

In the first match of day two of the TCU Nike Invitational, the TCU volleyball team picked up its fifth straight win with a 3-0 (25-10, 25-15, 25-22) sweep of Prairie View A&M on Saturday morning at the University Recreation Center.

Around the Big 12

Russell Leads Baylor Past Northwestern State |

Baylor backup quarterback Seth Russell threw for 438 yards and five touchdowns while playing only the first half, freshman KD Cannon caught three of those scores and No. 10 Baylor overwhelmed FCS team Northwestern State 70-6 on Saturday night.

Texas Tech Holds On To Defeat UTEP |

Davis Webb threw three touchdown passes to Bradley Marquez to help lift Texas Tech to a 30-26 victory over Texas-El Paso Saturday night.

BYU Stifles Longhorns |

BYU quarterback Taysom Hill ran for three touchdowns in the third quarter, hurdling a defender near the goal line on a 30-yard score, leading the Cougars to a 41-7 win over Texas on Saturday night.

Frogs Opponents

Some good, some bad in Gophers' win over Middle Tennessee | Minneapolis Star-Tribune

If you are looking for positives in the Gophers football team’s 35-24 victory over Middle Tennessee State on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium, there are many, the most important being that they won the game.

Gophers' Leidner endures uncomfortable outing despite win | Fox Sports

The nerves didn't appear to be there for Mitch Leidner on Saturday like they were in last Thursday's series opener, but the redshirt sophomore quarterback still struggled for the Gophers in their win over Middle Tennessee.