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Wednesday Links O' War: February 18, 2015

TCU baseball beat UTA last night, TCU women's basketball beat Kansas, and TCU men's basketball faces off against Kansas State today.


How the  TCU Horned Frogs were built | ESPN

Five years ago TCU was the college football equivalent of a mid-major. Now, the Horned Frogs are on the verge of becoming a perennial playoff contender.

TCU's Paul Dawson takes pride in bringing down the opposition | FOX Sports

The 6-foot-2, 230-pounder fits the mold of the modern-day linebacker. Instead of being a traditional thumper in the middle, Dawson can cover a lot of ground and consistently bring the ball carrier to the ground. He's not a finished product, which he understands, and that's a good thing.


No. 1 TCU bullies UTA behind Traver's pitching | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU’s pitching staff is so deep that its Tuesday starter picked up right where the dominant weekend starters left off. Unfortunately for UT Arlington, it had to figure that out the hard way.

TCU Stays Perfect, Tops UTA 4-1 |

Mitchell Traver's first career start was a long-time coming, but he made it worth the wait as he turned in a masterful performance in leading No. 1 TCU to a 4-1 victory over UT Arlington. The victory helps TCU remain undefeated at 4-0.

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Men's Basketball

TCU men feel momentum from performance down stretch against OSU | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU goes into Wednesday night’s game at Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center against Kansas State with that “locked-in” feeling on defense.

Women's Basketball

TCU women hold off Kansas for seventh Big 12 victory | Fort Worth Star Telegram

On a night when the Big 12’s second-best free-throw shooting team made just 63 percent heading into the final minutes, senior guard Natalie Ventress stepped up and sank four straight to ensure TCU’s 73-67 win over Kansas on Tuesday.

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TCU Outmuscles Kansas Wednesday, 73-67 |

The TCU women's basketball team used a physical defensive effort to key a 73-67 victory over Kansas on Tuesday evening at the University Recreation Center.

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