Paul Barjon and Julien Brun fired sub-par rounds as the TCU mens golf team climbed the standings to finish fifth at the Crooked Stick Intercollegiate on Tuesday at Crooked Stick Golf Club in Indianapolis.The Horned Frogs entered Tuesdays final round in seventh and shot a 6-over 294 to jump two spots. It was the third-best round among the 14-team field. TCU, ranked No. 51, finished behind No. 25 Arkansas, No. 44 Purdue, No. 6 Georgia and No. 31 Florida State. The Frogs finished ahead of No. 50 Indiana and No. 45 Florida.Barjon shot a 1-under 71 to finish fifth at 4-over for the tournament, marking his second-career top-five finish and the second straight for TCU this fall. Brun also shot 1-under 71 and jumped 12 spots to finish 12th. Briefly• TCU womens golf: Sanna Nuutinen and Alex White each shot an even-par 72 and the Horned Frogs tied for 11th after Tuesdays final round of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational in Austin. TCU finished with a 7-over 295 for the round and 890 for the tournament. • Texas A&M football: Aggies fans can buy some of the same Kyle Field grass run upon by Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel and the rest of the Aggies. Online sales began Monday on live grass from the football stadium in College Station. A new playing surface is being grown off-site and will be installed in time for the 2014 season. A&M plans to harvest the current grass after the final home game Nov. 9 against Mississippi State. Buyers must pick up their grass the next day. • Minnesota football: Acting head coach Tracy Claeys said he doesnt expect coach Jerry Kill to return from his leave of absence in time to be with the team Saturday at Northwestern. Kill announced last week that he was leaving the team to try to get a better handle on the epileptic seizures that have become more frequent for him this season. He missed the second half of one game and the entire game against Michigan on Oct. 5 because of seizures. • SEC basketball: The Southeastern Conference is making Nashville the primary home of its mens basketball tournament through 2026.