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Frogs in the Draft

Chicago Bears select TCU OL Tayo Fabuluje in sixth round | Dallas Morning News

The Bears took the TCU offensive lineman with pick No. 183 in the 2015 NFL draft.

TCU Football's Fabuluje Drafted by Chicago | GoFrogs.com

Fabuluje was a second-team All-Big 12 pick. At left tackle, he started all 12 games in which he appeared and was an integral part of a revamped TCU offense that finished second in the nation in scoring (46.5 points per game) and tied for fifth in total offense (533.0 yards per game). The Horned Frogs set single-season school marks for points (604), passing yards (4,240), total yards (6,929), first downs (331) and plays (1,038).

Bengals pick TCU linebacker Paul Dawson at end of third round | Cincinnati.com

Enquirer beat writers Paul Dehner Jr. and Jim Owczarski examine new Bengals LB Paul Dawson, drafted at the end of the third round on Friday night.

Dawson promising to make his mark in NFL with Bengals | Fort Worth Star Telegram

“There’s no other Paul Dawson, for sure,” he said with a laugh as he talked to the media who cover the Cincinnati Bengals, who drafted the TCU linebacker with the last pick of the third round in the NFL Draft on Friday night.

Tayo Fabuluje formidable on field but proves family is first | ESPN

The Chicago Bears’ sixth-round pick's unusual route to the NFL began five years ago, with a redshirt year at BYU before he transferred to TCU. Per NCAA rules, Fabuluje sat out one season but started 12 games in 2012 for the Horned Frogs.

Baseball

Big Third Leads TCU to 6-2 Win | GoFrogs.com

Making his school-record 55th career start, Preston Morrison was his usual, dominating self in helping TCU to a 6-2 victory over West Virginia on Saturday. The win moves TCU to 36-9 overall and 12-5 in Big 12 play.

Morrison, passed balls help TCU secure win | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU scored five runs in the third inning — three coming in on passed balls — and beat West Virginia 6-2 in Big 12 baseball Saturday.