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Wednesday Links O' War: April 22, 2015

TCU baseball came away with a win over Incarnate Word on Tuesday.


TCU football notes: Boykin will be back from wrist surgery by end of May, Patterson says | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“He’ll be good,” Patterson said during a conference call with reporters Tuesday. “He’s finishing up school, getting ready to go and doing all the other things he needs to do to have a great senior year.”

Most Big 12 coaches favor conference title game to raise CFP hopes | Fort Worth Star Telegram

A majority of Big 12 football coaches said Tuesday they would favor resurrecting the league’s conference championship game, even with a guaranteed rematch between teams, if that would enhance the opportunity to land one of four spots in the College Football Playoff.

Big 12 coaches discuss pros, cons of potential conference title game | ESPN

With the NCAA soon expected to deregulate conference championship games, the Big 12 would be free to add a title game by 2016. But whether the Big 12 should add a conference championship game is a divided issue for the league's coaches.


TCU tunes up for Texas series by beating Incarnate Word | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Tuesday night was a tuneup for TCU, and a reminder for backup catcher Zack Plunkett — he’s a valuable part of the team, but hey, brush up on the base running.

Win Streak Reaches Five in 6-1 Victory |

TCU stretched its winning streak to five games with a 6-1 victory over Incarnate Word Tuesday night. Keaton Jones led the offensive charge with three hits and three RBI.

Wanhanen Earns Big 12 Accolade |

Last week, Wanhanen tied for the team lead with seven hits in four games. He collected a team-leading five RBI, tallied two doubles and one triple while posting a .786 slugging percentage and a .588 on-base percentage. He posted three multi-hit games and two multiple-RBI contests.

Women's Basketball

TCU women's basketball center transferring to SMU | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Former TCU women’s basketball center Klara Bradshaw joined SMU’s 2015-16 signing class on April 15, completing a transfer from the Horned Frogs to the Hilltop.

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