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Tuesday Links O' War: January 13, 2015

TCU is polling high in way-too-early 2015 polls.

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TCU No. 1 in Way-Too-Early Top 25 | ESPN

On Monday night, TCU coach Gary Patterson and his players had to watch Ohio State and Oregon play in their backyard in the first College Football Playoff Championship presented by AT&T.

Way-too-early Top 10 teams for 2015 | SB Nation

Let's take a look at where teams stand heading into what looks to be a wide open 2015 season.

TCU fans at Ohio State-Oregon want winner | SB Nation

TCU did not get into the first College Football Playoff, and that's looking like more of a mistake, as the Horned Frogs pummeled Ole Miss, 42-3, and Florida State lost to Oregon by 40. But this game is being played in Arlington, 15 miles from TCU's hometown of Fort Worth, so some Horned Frogs fans are hoping to sneak into -- the next (nonexistent) round.

Ohio State No. 1 and TCU No. 3 in final AP poll | Yahoo! Sports

Ohio State finishes the year atop the AP poll after beating Oregon 42-20 in for the national title Monday night and TCU, which demolished Ole Miss in the Peach Bowl, jumps up to No. 3 from No. 6 in the pre-bowl poll.

Final 1-128 Re-rank: Ohio State ascends, TCU comes in at No. 2 | USA Today

Ohio State's an obvious pick for the top spot after defeating Oregon 42-20 to claim the national championship. Oregon, meanwhile, slides to No. 3 after its second loss of the season. Smack in the middle is TCU, which finished 12-1 after rolling past Mississippi in the Peach Bowl.

Way-early Preseason Power Poll: Ohio State, TCU lead off for 2015 | CBS Sports

Sure, if you believe Urban Meyer has crafted a program that is ready to dominate. It looks that way for Ohio State, not only the Big Ten, but nationally. Sixteen starters return from Monday night's team that trounced Oregon.

Men's Basketball

Johnson: TCU's margin of error 'very slim' in Big 12 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

If he were an elementary school teacher, TCU coach Trent Johnson might well order his team to write on the blackboard 100 times “box out, rebound and make free throws.”

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