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Friday Links O' War: March 20, 2015

Josh Doctson broke a bone in his hand and will be out for the rest of spring ball.


TCU receiver Doctson out for rest of spring with broken hand | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Josh Doctson, TCU’s leading receiver last season, broke a bone in his hand and will miss the rest of spring practice, coach Gary Patterson said Thursday as the Horned Frogs completed their fifth spring practice.

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Women's Basketball

TCU women notch first postseason win since 2008 | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Prior to Thursday’s contest against Stephen F. Austin in the first round of the WNIT, not one TCU women’s basketball player had been part of a team to win a postseason game.

TCU Pushes Past SFA in WNIT Opener, 85-80 |

The TCU women's basketball team registered an 85-80 victory over Stephen F. Austin in the opening round of the Women's NIT on Thursday evening to earn its first postseason victory since 2008.


TCU pitcher Preston Morrison trying to make last season count | Fort Worth Star Telegram

It’s possible no one knows what Preston Morrison is thinking. The TCU senior will be standing on the mound, clearly concentrating, but not in a hurry. Not tense. Just relaxed. Breathing. And no one can tell a thing.

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Big 12 in the NCAA Tournament

Upset: Georgia State Beats Baylor 57-56 | Our Daily Bears

Baylor held a 12 point lead with 2:54 remaining. The offense had settled down and had only 1 turnover in the previous 4 minutes. The game looked well in hand. Baylor would never score again.

A Season that Wasn't, and a Season that Will Be | Wide Right & Natty Lite

This wasn't how it was supposed to go.

Steve Patterson, You're On The Clock | Barking Carnival

I'm not going to go into a full post-mortem on the season, but it seems pretty clear to me that this should be Rick Barnes' swan song as the Texas head coach. This is his 2nd worst coaching job since he's been at Texas, and he's losing the confidence & enthusiasm of the UT faithful. I don't see how Barnes survives this year if Patterson really cares about revenue, because next year's going to average about 2,000 fans per home game. Honestly, I don't even really want to write about a Rick Barnes team next year, it's just depressing.

Butler Ends UT's Season | Burnt Orange Nation

And so it ends. The 2014-15 Texas Longhorns basketball season ended in appropriate fashion: with a 56-48 first-round loss to #6 seeded Butler, a disappointingly early exit for a team that disappointed all season.