Leading 83-81 with 14.7 seconds left in overtime, West Virginia nailed a three to take a one-point lead, but just like he did to end regulation, Trey Zeigler came up huge, knocking down another jumper in the closing seconds, which made the scoreboard read 85-84 in favor of TCU. The Mountaineers then proceeded to loop a pass over the Horned Frog defense and connect with Jevon Carter. On the play, Kyan Anderson was called for a foul sending Carter to the line for the game-winning points with 0.9 showing on the scoreboard.
After Trey Zeigler made a basket in the lane with 2 seconds left to put TCU ahead by one, the Mountaineers threw a long pass over the Horned Frogs’ defense to Carter streaking downcourt. Carter missed a layup but was fouled by Anderson, to the disbelief of some of the Frogs players.
TCU led 80-75 after a Kyan Anderson jumper with 1:16 left in overtime, but Daxter Miles Jr. hit 3-pointers 21 seconds apart to put West Virginia ahead 84-83 with 8 seconds left.
TCU went all the way to Morgantown, W. Va., and almost picked up their second Big 12 win of the season, nearly upsetting No. 18 West Virginia. Here are a few takeaways from the 86-85 game.
Four made shots in the final 10 seconds of overtime, a player carried off the court and a head coach going after the officiating crew; West Virginia-TCU had it all.
TCU head coach Trent Johnson was livid about the controversial call, and had to be restrained from going after an official following the final buzzer.
Zahna Medley and Veja Hamilton combined for 43 points as the TCU women's basketball team posted a 71-62 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday afternoon at Gallagher-Iba Arena.