Friday Links O' War: August 22, 2014

Jamie Plunkett
August 22, 2014

Here are your Friday links!

Inside the DMC | GoFrogs.com

An inside look at the construction happening at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.

Best/Worst case scenarios for TCU football | Dallas Morning News

After struggling to a 4-8 record a season ago, the Frogs will look to rebound now or avoid sending the program into a tailspin.

Meet The Frogs Set For Saturday | GoFrogs.com

The TCU football team will hold its annual Meet The Frogs event on Saturday, beginning with an 11 a.m. Mock Game in Amon G. Carter Stadium.

Preseason All-Big 12 Team | ESPN

Thursday, ESPN.com released its preseason All-American team. Before Big 12 media days, we released our individual preseason All-Big 12 ballots. But to pair with the All-American team, we debated, argued and eventually settled on one Big 12 blog, consensus preseason All-Big 12 team.

Volleyball Announces Seven Televised Matches | GoFrogs.com

In partnership with TCU's third-tier television package, seven TCU volleyball matches have been selected to be televised on the FOX family of networks.

Soccer Opens Season Friday Night | GoFrogs.com

The TCU women's soccer team officially kicks off the 2014-15 athletic year Friday night when they open the season against Washington State. The match will be televised on the Pac-12 Network at 7 p.m. (CT).

Dallas Cowboys take a look at former TCU linebacker Jason Phillips | Dallas Morning News

In 29 games with the Ravens and Carolina, Phillips made 10 tackles and forced one fumble. He tore his right anterior cruciate ligament last July and did not play in 2013.

Tucker the Touchdown Maker | PhiladelphiaEagles.com

Tucker's two touchdowns helped put the game out of reach as the Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-21 on Thursday night at Lincoln Financial Field. As the third running back for the Eagles, Tucker cashed in twice from the 1-yard line.

Josh Boyce looking to stand out in the wide receiver crowd | MassLive

It was the number of receptions and kick returns the wideout recorded during his rookie season with the New England Patriots. And it was the number of games he had played in by the time he landed on injured reserve with an ankle injury in January.

Jason Verrett to make Chargers debut | San Diego Union-Tribune

Their first-round cornerback will play his first NFL game Sunday against the 49ers, sources said. He missed the first two exhibitions, eased back from March shoulder surgery. The debut comes practically in his backyard, as Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara is about an hour south of Fairfield, his hometown.

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