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Only a few easy games left for Texas

No. 22 Texas has less than a 50 percent chance to win in four of its five games in October, according to ESPN's FPI. In November, three of the Horns' four games project as nearly a coin flip.

Hunt for October: Where things stand

The Rangers have clinched the AL West. Their magic number is one to clinch home-field advantage throughout the postseason (with a win or a Red Sox loss). What's at stake this weekend

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

One of the nation's top 2018 prospects is scheduled to take an unofficial visit to TCU Saturday for the Horned Frogs' game against Oklahoma. Terrace Marshall of Bossier City (Louisiana) Parkway will be in Fort Worth for the game, and the 6-foot-3, 189-pound 2018 prospect ranks as the third-best junior receiver. He's also the top underclass prospect in Louisiana and the No. 28 player in the country, so his visit is a key one for TCU. Marshall has a long list of national offers, including Alabama, LSU, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU and others.

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Dez Bryant will not practice today but Jason Garrett will not rule the Cowboys wide receiver out of Sunday's game at San Francisco yet. If left tackle Tyron Smith (back) practices it will be in a limited fashion. He did not play last week against the Chicago Bears.

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TCU is scheduled to host an Oklahoma commitment on an official visit this weekend when the Horned Frogs play host to the Sooners. ESPN 300 receiver Jalen Reagor of Waxahachie (Texas) High School said late this week he is still scheduled to visit Fort Worth, despite being a longtime commitment to the Sooners. Reagor, the 74th player in the ESPN 300 and 10th-ranked receiver, took a trip to OU two weeks ago when the Sooners were blown out by Ohio State and at the time he said he was "100 percent solid," but many recruiters believe the Horned Frogs have a legitimate shot at eventually flipping his commitment. Reagor also said he is likely will take other official visits, too.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

With Oklahoma in town, it's a prime opportunity for the Horned Frogs to impress recruits and one of TCU's most important targets is scheduled for an official visit this weekend. Coveted junior-college offensive tackle Jordan Agasiva of Pima (Arizona) Community College is slated to visit, and the 6-foot-5, 300-pounder lists Auburn, TCU, Oregon State and Utah as his top teams. He visited The Plains last weekend and gave the Tigers high marks, but he insists he'll take all of his visits before making a decision. Agasiva is on pace to graduate from Pima in December and enroll at a four-year school in January. He will have two years of eligibility remaining.

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Bears heavily favored in four Big 12 games

No. 13 Baylor has a greater than 70 percent chance to win four of its remaining Big 12 games, including the next two contests, according to ESPN's FPI.

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How to bet Dallas-San Francisco

Where does the betting value lie in the Dallas-San Francisco Week 4 matchup? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and over/under advice.

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4hMax Olson

The continuing comeback of Kenny Hill

Kenny Hill exploded onto the college football scene at Texas A&M and his crash was just as fast. After more than a year away, TCU's QB has begun to understand his fall and now his return to fame.

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4hMitch Sherman

Baylor is good, and that could be a problem

The season at Baylor is uncomfortable and its scandal still simmers. On the field, the Bears are as good as ever. As they become Big 12 favorites, how will the college football world react?