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Sunday Links O' War: June 7, 2015

TCU took game one of the Super Regional over Texas A&M, 13-4.


TCU Inches Closer; Tops Texas A&M |

The TCU offense exploded for 13 runs on 18 hits as the Horned Frogs handed Texas A&M a 13-4 defeat in the first game of the NCAA Super Regional in front of a stadium record 7,199 fans.

TCU notes: Teakell shuts down Texas A&M in relief | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For a few times last weekend, the tall No. 40 in TCU’s bullpen would stand up, grab a ball and begin playing catch. He’d start from behind the mound, almost leaping into each throw, before homing in and inching toward the rubber. After a few minutes, he’d look ready.

With Pete Rose as inspiration, TCU grabs game 1 of super regional | Dallas Morning News

No matter that Rose had long been retired as a player before any of the current Horned Frogs were born. His trademark aggressiveness and hustle were on display in TCU’s 13-4 opening NCAA super regional win Saturday over Texas A&M.

TCU baseball shows off its sleek new lineup | Fort Worth Star Telegram

For much of America, Saturday was an introduction.

The last time that a TCU baseball team appeared on national television, the Horned Frogs were futilely scavenging for 2014 College World Series runs.

TCU runs Texas A&M in Super Regionals Game 1 | FOX Sports

Cody Jones, Evan Skoug, Derek Odell and Nolan Brown drove in runs in TCU's five-run sixth inning and the Horned Frogs beat Texas A&M 13-4 on Saturday in Game 1 of their best-of-three super regional series.

TCU takes hustle to new level in 13-4 route of Texas A&M | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Pete Rose once said he’d walk through hell in a gasoline suit just to play baseball.

TCU coach Jim Schlossnagle basically asked his team: “What about you?”

TCU beats Texas A&M 13-4 in super regional opener | Austin American-Statesman


Recruiting Recap: TCU football making its mark in Houston | Fort Worth Star Telegram

It’s camp season, and for TCU’s first satellite stop, the Horned Frogs’ coaching staff went to where they’ve had the most recruiting success this spring: Houston.

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