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Tuesday Links O' War: February 10, 2015

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Football

National analyst: TCU and Baylor among top 5 in nation after signing day | Dallas Morning News

In Mark Schlabach of ESPN’s second “way-too-early” top 25, TCU fell from No. 1 to No. 2. It’s joined by Baylor and Texas in this edition of the rankings.

Buckeyes Lead Way-Too-Early Top 25 | ESPN

College football's rich continued to get richer, as three of the four teams that played in the inaugural College Football Playoff landed top-10 recruiting classes. Alabama signed the No. 1 class in the country, while Florida State's was No. 2 and Ohio State's was No. 6. Oregon had the No. 15 recruiting class.

TCU Sends Five To NFL Combine | GoFrogs.com

Receiving NFL Combine invitations were tailback B.J. Catalon, linebacker Paul Dawson, offensive tackle Tayo Fabuluje, safety Chris Hackett and cornerback Kevin White.

Men's Basketball

TCU shooting problems not caused by bad looks, Johnson says | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“We’re pretty much getting the same kind of shots in conference play that we were getting in nonconference,” he said Monday during his weekly conference call with reporters. “It’s just a matter of shooting the ball with some confidence.”

TCU Takes on Texas Wednesday | GoFrogs.com

The TCU men's basketball program returns to the road Wednesday to take on Texas. Start time is set for 7:00 p.m. CT inside the Frank Erwin Center.

Horned Frogs' foul-line struggles continue despite extra work | San Antonio Express-News

The Horned Frogs’ woes continued again Saturday when they hit only 41.7 percent of their free throws against Oklahoma. It marked the 12th consecutive game that TCU has failed to shoot at least 66 percent from the line — a mark they last achieved Dec. 20 against UTSA.

Baseball

2015 Baseball TV Schedule Announced | GoFrogs.com

The 2015 TCU baseball team will have 24 televised games between national TV and third-tier packages. The television schedule features 16 home games and eight road contests.

Big 12

Big 12 pre-spring positional rankings: QB | ESPN

With spring ball a month away, we'll be ranking the position groups in the Big 12 over the next two weeks. These evaluations will be based on past performance, future potential and quality depth. Our outlooks will probably look different after the spring. But this is how we see them at the moment. We begin this series with quarterbacks:

Another reminder the Big 12 is not looking to expand | NBC Sports

With no ideal candidates out there for the taking in the eyes of the Big 12, or at least without a pair of equally attractive candidates that would give the conference a boost in pedigree and standing with their addition, the need for the conference to expand is non-existent. This has been the Big 12’s company line since dropping to 10 members with the departures of Nebraska (Big Ten), Colorado (Pac-12), Missouri and Texas A&M (SEC) and the addition of TCU and West Virginia.