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Thursday Links O' War: June 4, 2015

If Riley Ferrell played a football position, it would be cornerback. Well, at least that's what Gary Patterson says.

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TCU closer Riley Ferrell soaks up advice from Gary Patterson | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

TCU closer Riley Ferrell, in the biggest slump of his career — perhaps the only slump of his career — got some advice Tuesday night from the coach of another sport: Gary Patterson.

A&M vs. TCU super regional nearly sold out | Austin American-Statesman

Only hours after they were put on sale, the all-session reserved seats and single-game reserved seats sold out.

TCU players credit sport psychologist for finding winning routine | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

In his years of work with TCU, Cain's program has gone from helpful advice to a daily culture at Lupton Stadium, making it easy for freshman and transfers like Barzilli to integrate into a heightened awareness for the mental game.

Data shows Frogs' comeback was virtually impossible | TCU360

If you like graphs, here’s one for you. When the bottom of the eighth started, the Frogs’ win expectancy (a team’s probability of winning a game based on certain factors and game situations) was virtually zero. Check out what happens throughout the rest of the game.

Some things to know about NCAA tournament's super regionals | USA Today

Three super regionals match teams from the same state: Florida State at Florida, Texas A&M at TCU and Louisiana-Lafayette at LSU. FSU won two of three over the Gators in the regular season. The teams also met in the 2005 super regionals, with Florida sweeping. A&M and TCU will be playing for the first time since the Horned Frogs beat the Aggies in the 2012 regionals. Lafayette hasn't played the Tigers since winning in Baton Rouge in February 2014.

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The Road to Eugene: Kolby Listenbee |

With a week to go before the NCAA Championships, takes a look at Kolby Listenbee’s road to Eugene leading up to his berth in the 100-meter dash at the NCAA Championships.