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Wednesday Links O' War: February 11, 2015

Here are your morning links!


TCU lineman follows wandering path to NFL Draft | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Tayo Fabuluje wants to tell his own story and put to rest any misconceptions people might have of him after what he calls a “roller-coaster” college career.

TCU transfer hoping to walk on at LSU | NBC Sports

Former TCU wide receiver Jordan Moore is transferring to LSU, where he hopes to have a chance to walk on to the Tigers football team while continuing his track career in Baton Rouge.

Why TCU will be just fine without signing-day misses | Dallas Morning News

While many fans of the nation’s top teams spent National Signing Day glued to coverage of elite prospects, TCU fans didn’t need to spend much time watching teenagers put on hats.

Men's Basketball

Sophomore's play around the rim a bright spot for TCU men | Fort Worth Star Telegram

The sophomore forward from Waco had nine rebounds, which is a good number. But more impressively, eight were offensive rebounds. Those are tougher to get because the defense usually has the advantage of being closer to the basket.


Honors Roll In for Morrison, Ferrell |

Honors continue to flood in for the pitching duo of Preston Morrison and Riley Ferrell. Both were named to USA Baseball's Golden Spikes Award watch list, while Ferrell is also on the NCBWA Stopper of the Year Award watch list.

Colleges move to flat-seam baseballs | ESPN

Tim Corbin sounded more like a philosopher than Vanderbilt's coach as he talked about the new flat-seam baseball designed to bring a little more scoring back to the college game.