Game Time: 6:00 p.m. Central
TV: CBS Sports Network (643/1643 UVerse, 221 DirecTV, 158 DISH, 94/594 Verizon FiOS)
TCU is 5-0 for the first time since 1997-98, the last time they made it to the NCAA Tournament. If they want to go to 6-0 this year, they have to get past a Bradley squad that is 2-2 on the season. Bradley, a member of the Missouri Valley Conference, last made the NCAA Tournament in 2006, reaching the Sweet Sixteen.
Since then, they've made a variety of tournaments, but have failed to get back to the big dance.
For the Frogs, a win could mean a rematch of last year's Big 12/SEC matchup between the Frogs and MIssissippi State. TCU won that game 71-61.
It should be a fun game tonight, and since it's on TV we can actually see this team play a bit. Stick around and chat with Hawk and me, if you can handle it.
Here are some more notes courtesy of GoFrogs.com:
• Trent Johnson recorded his 250th career victory this past Monday night.
• TCU is 5-0 for the first time since 1997-98.
• TCU is 20-4 when leading at the half under head coach Trent Johnson.
• TCU has started the same starting lineup for five-straight games.
• TCU has now held 18 opponents to 59 points or less under Trent Johnson.
• The Frogs amassed the most points in a single-game Monday since scoring 108 against Texas State in 2009.
• TCU eclipsed the 100-point barrier for the first time under Johnson against Mississippi Valley State.
• Kyan Anderson is No. 13 all-time in scoring in program history with 1,260 points.
• Anderson posted his 60th double-figure scoring output of his career against Radford.
• Anderson has 18 20-point games in his four-year career.
• TCU is now 6-3 when Karviar Shepherd grabs double-digit boards.
• Hudson Price posted his second-straight double-digit scoring outing vs. Radford.
• TCU posted a season-high in blocks Monday against MVSU with 12.
• Every player suited up saw action Wednesday night, which has now happened in all five games.
• Amric Fields saw his first action of the 2014-15 season Wednesday.