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Monday Links O' War: March 23, 2015

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TCU baseball dropped its first series of the season to Oklahoma State over the weekend.

Baseball

TCU drops Big 12 series against Oklahoma State | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Compared to their usual efficiency, TCU’s pitchers teetered all weekend between solid and rocky. But in their first two games against Oklahoma State, the offense and defense ensured that the Horned Frogs kept pace with the Cowboys.

Errors Prove Costly in Sunday Loss | GoFrogs.com

A six-run third inning for Oklahoma State was the difference as the Cowboys claimed the series victory with a 7-2 win Sunday afternoon. Keaton Jones picked up two hits in the loss.

Women's Basketball

TCU women squander big lead, bow out at Southern Miss | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU (18-14) turned the ball over 20 times, resulting in 22 Southern Miss points. TCU was only able to force 14 Lady Eagles turnovers.

TCU Falls to Southern Miss in OT Thriller | GoFrogs.com

The TCU womens basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 77-73 overtime loss to Southern Miss on Sunday, ending the Horned Frogs season in the second round of the Women's NIT at Reed Green Coliseum.

Football

TCU's Patterson prepares for another big season | WFAA

Gary Patterson doesn't spend much time in reflection mode. TCU's hard-charging head football coach is too busy making plans to make his team better.

"Greatness comes from some place in life... a time in life when hard work meets dreams," he said. "And for a long time here, we've been working and dreaming... but most of its been hard work. And now, some of our dreams are starting to come true."

Former Frogs

Royals send Brandon Finnegan to minors to work as starter after unsuccessful big-league camp | Kansas City Star

Brandon Finnegan slapped his left hand across his glove and hung his head on Sunday afternoon. His final act as a competitor for a spot in the Royals bullpen occurred when he served up a walk-off home run to White Sox prospect Courtney Hawkins. A day later, the club settled their most pressing debate of this camp as they optioned Finnegan to Class-AA Northwest Arkansas.


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