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TCU flips another (Texas State) commit

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After flipping Munday defensive end L.J. Collier from Texas Tech a couple of days ago, TCU convinced another defensive lineman to make a switch on Tuesday night.

Evangel Christian (LA) defensive end Chris Bradley committed to Texas State in September. But after making a visit to Fort Worth last weekend, Bradley decided TCU was the place for him.

Read more: http://collegesportsblog.dallasnews.com/2014/01/3-str-de-chris-bradley-flips-from-texas-state-to-tcu.html/

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No question TCU has done the best job of the high-majors with the lowest rated recruits (which I don't follow) historically. Their success, however, was while they were in lesser conferences than the Big XII. They will have to pick their game up in recruiting to compete in the XII. The raiding of recruits from schools 1-2 years removed from D1 AA will catch up with them. Maybe new or renovated stadiums are overrated.

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If I were a TCU fan, I would be a little concerned at the number of plan b recruits they are now after.

Exactly. Two losing season in the Big 12. Kids aren't flocking there. They are having to pick off of newly-minted FBS Sun Belters.

For some reason, I'm having a hard time mustering up any tears for them.

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