The TCU men's basketball program returns to the court Wednesday at Kansas State. Start time is set for 8:00 p.m. CT inside Bramlage Coliseum.
First, let me thank Jamie at TCU's SBNation community, Frogs O' War, for reaching out on the Q&A session. There's some obvious questions with both teams that need answered, and hopefully we did our respective teams justice.
“Oh, they’re world’s different,” West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said, asked how different the Horned Frogs are from a year ago, when they were winless in the league. “That’s what having better players does. More players. More players and better players.”
There isn't a major conference in contemporary college sports that has been as thoroughly dominated by one program as Kansas has dominated Big 12 basketball. The Jayhawks have won the Big 12 regular season title for 10 straight years, which is the third longest streak in D1 history. The only programs to do it longer are Gonzaga in a mid-major and UCLA in the '60 and '70s. When you're stacking up next to John Wooden, Lew Alcindor and Bill Walton, you must be doing something right.
The 2015-16 TCU women’s basketball team began to take a more defined shape Tuesday with the addition of Ole Miss transfer Toree Thompson.
Oh, yes. The hype machine for TCU in 2015 has been warmed up. A sharp pull of the starting lever, a quick whiff of ozone and it's up and ready to go.
Track and Field
TCU returns five All-America honorees from the 2013-14 indoor season. The 4x400 relay squad of Ronnie Baker, Lavon Collins, Harvey McSwain and Sam Watts earned second team accolades. Jordan Moore, the Big 12 Champion in the 60-meter hurdles, also received second team honors.