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Friday Links O' War: April 17, 2015

Condoleeza Rice has some HSO's about the College Football Playoff.


TCU pitching rotation still open for competition, coach says | Fort Worth Star Telegram

"There’s nothing set in stone here in the back half of the season," coach Jim Schlossnagle said following Tyler Alexander’s seven-inning performance in a 7-1 win at UT Arlington on Tuesday. "We’ll see how the weekend goes, with conference play down the stretch. We’re going to re-evaluate everything to see what happens."

Frogs Open Homestand Friday; Hosts Santa Clara |

TCU will take a break from conference action this week as it welcomes Santa Clara to Lupton Stadium for a three-game series. Friday's contest kicks off a seven game homestand.


TCU men's basketball signs two guards | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU has signed Lyrik Shreiner and Malique Trent to National Letters of Intent for men’s basketball.

TCU Adds Duo Thursday Morning |

TCU head coach Trent Johnson announced the signing of Lyrik Shreiner and Malique Trent Thursday to National Letters of Intent.


TCU position series: Plenty of holes in secondary for frogs to fill | Dallas Morning News

TCU expected two starters to be gone from this unit with White and Carter graduating, but Hackett threw a wrench into the situation with his decision to leave early for the NFL.

Condoleezza Rice: 'I feel pretty strongly about four' for CFP | ESPN

College Football Playoff selection committee member Condoleezza Rice and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott agreed Wednesday that four teams is currently the right number for the playoff, a highlight of their discussion on a wide range of issues in college athletics as keynote speakers at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Sports Innovation Conference.

Condoleezza Rice, Larry Scott don't want to expand the College Football Playoff, but they should | Washington Post

College Football Playoff committee members Condoleezza Rice and Larry Scott were the keynote speakers Wednesday at the Stanford Graduate School of Business Sports Innovation Conference. In their comments, which were recorded by’s Heather Dinich, they both said four is the right number for the College Football Playoff.

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