Each time, the Frogs steadied themselves and gave themselves a chance with energetic rebounding and defense. Chris Washburn had 12 rebounds, Trey Zeigler had 11 as part of a double-double, and Kenrich Williams had nine as TCU finished with a 50-40 rebounding edge.
Frank Mason III had a couple of key baskets in the second-half run that put No. 9 Kansas ahead to stay.
TCU was looking to open some eyes around the country with a strong performance against No. 9 Kansas, but couldn’t get the job done at home and fell 64-61.
Thejust improved the odds of being the last team standing for Gladewater defensive tackle Daylon Mack when news broke on Wednesday evening that the consensus five-star prospect won't visit TCU this weekend as planned.