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Thursday Links O' War: March 6, 2015

TCU basketball got shelled by Oklahoma State on Wednesday.


Where are they now: Looking back at TCU football's 2012 recruiting class | Dallas Morning News

While the rest of the state’s top programs had advertised the high level of competition they play in a major conference for years, the Horned Frogs didn’t really have much to draw to in the Mountain West. The move to the Big 12 was a seismic one for TCU, and one lucky class got to be part of the historic shift from the start.

Alabama collaborating with Big 12 power TCU | The Birmingham News

TCU has emerged as a national power under the direction of coach Gary Patterson, a program that has grown from being mediocre for much of its history into a team that has finished ranked in the top seven nationally four of the last seven years.

Baylor should replace TCU/Texas Tech as Thanksgiving opponent | Burnt Orange Nation

Now Kirk Bohls of the Austin American-Statesman suggests replacing the Horned Frogs and Red Raiders with the Baylor Bears, which would presumably decrease pressure on students to attend the game each year and provide a better current rivalry for the program.

Men's Basketball

TCU goes cold again, swamped by 11 3-pointers at Oklahoma State | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Falling behind by double digits in the opening minutes of the second half, the Horned Frogs could not generate the stops required for a comeback and lost 82-70 to hot-shooting Oklahoma State on Wednesday night.

TCU Comes Up Short at Oklahoma State |

Kyan Anderson scored 23 points in the second half Wednesday, but TCU dropped an 82-70 setback to Oklahoma State at Gallagher-Iba Arena.

Cowboys rout TCU | Daily Oklahoman

The Cowboys snapped a four-game losing streak that began against the Horned Frogs in Fort Worth, outscoring TCU 32-8 over a dominant stretch that spanned both halves.

Anderson winds down his TCU career | TCU 360

What makes Kyan Anderson an all-time player for TCU is the consistency that he has shown over his four years in the purple and white.

Women's Basketball

TCU senior Prince voted Big 12's top defensive player | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU’s senior Chelsea Prince was named the Big 12 defensive player of the year, the league office announced Wednesday. The awards are voted on by the league’s head coaches.

Three Horned Frogs Earn All-Big12 Honors |

TCU women's basketball senior Chelsea Prince has been selected as the Big 12 Conference Defensive Player of the Year while Zahna Medley and Veja Hamilton also earned spots on the Phillips 66 All-Big 12 Conference teams, the league office announced Wednesday. The awards are voted on by the league's head coaches.

Sand Volleyball

TCU sand volleyball ready for inaugural season | Fort Worth Star Telegram

But as TCU heads into its inaugural season, beginning with the Arizona Invitational on Friday in Tucson, three weeks is light years behind most programs in the grand scope of things.

Track & Field

Five Horned Frogs Qualify For NCAA Meet |

Five members of the TCU men's track and field team have qualified for four events and will represent the Horned Frogs at the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on March 13-14.