clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Friday Links O' War: February 6, 2015

New, 15 comments

Here are your morning links!

Football

Wednesday's Signing Day likely marked end of an era | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Now recruits — even early enrollees who move to campus and start classes in January — have to wait until the first Wednesday in February to officially sign with a school. An early signing period would give recruits the option to sign a National Letter of Intent in December.

TCU refuses to stray from recruiting formula despite unprecedented success | Culture Map Dallas

When TCU accepted the invitation to join the Big 12 before the 2012 season, the hope was that access to a big-time conference would give the Horned Frogs big-time opportunities. Three years later, thanks in part to a surprising run at the first College Football Playoff, the Horned Frogs have finally seen a bump in recruiting.

Big 12 to discuss naming One True Champion | NBC

It took, oh, a couple years longer than one might think, but the Big 12 is starting to see the downside of having a One True Champion slogan and not actually naming One True Champion. The cold fist of reality bloodying your nose has a way of doing that.

Men's Basketball

TCU's Trey Zeigler living up to being a coach's son | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“Yeah, I take it as a compliment,” he said. “Being able to show that I have knowledge of the game is definitely a compliment. That’s something that’s followed me throughout my career, my dad’s career, people knowing that I have a high basketball IQ.”

Baseball

Big 12 baseball coaches pick TCU to win conference title | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU is the preseason favorite to win the Big 12 baseball regular season title in a vote by the conference’s head coaches, the Big 12 announced Thursday. The Horned Frogs reached the College World Series last season. Texas is second and Oklahoma State is third. TCU opens the season Feb. 13 against Southern Illinois.


Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/college/big-12/texas-christian-university/article9346256.html#storylink=cpy