When TCU pulled its Miracle at Daniel-Meyer a year ago against then-fifth-ranked Kansas, it came in the middle of a three-game losing streak for the Jayhawks.
The formula for TCU hanging close in this game seems pretty simple: Slow the game down, force a lot of turnovers and draw fouls to get to the free-throw line. The strange part about that above is that each of those three aspects coincides with a KU weakness this year: The Jayhawks haven't created havoc defensively, they haven't taken care of it offensively and they haven't done a good job of avoiding fouls.
TCU will continue conference play Saturday against No. 11/8 Kansas at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Horned Frogs' contest against the Jayhawks will tip at 8:00 p.m. CT and be shown live on ESPNU with Anish Shroff (Play-By-Play) and Tim Welsh (Color) calling the action live.
A third set tiebreaker won by Simona Parajova sealed a 4-0 win for the No. 30 TCU women’s tennis team over No. 38 UC Irvine in the opening round of the ITA National Kick-Off in Los Angeles, Calif., Friday morning.
Fresh off a historic win over Texas on Sunday, the TCU women's basketball team will hit the road to take on Oklahoma at 7 p.m., on Saturday at Lloyd Noble Center.
The weather cooperated Friday at Lupton Stadium. Instead of miserable cold, TCU baseball welcomed its first full-team practice Friday afternoon under a bright sun the game was meant for.