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TCU News: TCU basketball preps for Kansas State

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Men's Basketball

TCU Set For K-State Tuesday Night | GoFrogs.com

Can the Frogs notch their third conference win of the season?

K-State comes into Tuesday night with a 14-11 overall record, including a 3-9 mark in Big 12 play after falling in overtime to Oklahoma State, 58-55. Against the Cowboys, Justin Edwards led the way, scoring a team-high 14 points, while also grabbing 13 boards in the setback. D.J. Johnson was also in double-figures, tallying 11 points on 4-of-5 from the field.

Men's Tennis

Virginia too much for TCU in men's tennis showdown | Fort Worth Star Telegram

TCU was overwhelmed by the No. 1 team in the country.

The lone point for TCU (5-2) came at No. 1 singles from Cameron Norrie, ranked sixth nationally. He claimed his eighth victory over a ranked foe with a 7-5, 7-5 win over No. 27 Ryan Shane.

“It is disappointing to put yourself in a spot like this and not play up to your abilities,” TCU coach David Roditi said.


Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/college/big-12/texas-christian-university/article60407091.html#storylink=cpy
Big 12 Expansion

Inside UC's bid to join the Big 12 | Cincinnati Enquirer

Very interesting details into how hard Cincinnati is working to join the Big 12.

President Santa Ono has led a quiet and diligent effort to position the University of Cincinnati to join the Big 12 Conference, one that’s won high praise from a powerful official who is key to deciding whether the league will expand.

Big 12 money would be nice for UC | Cincinnati Enquirer

It would be a windfall for the Bearcats.

UC shouldn’t have sweated the paper’s prying. All the documents obtained from a public records request – everything from e-mails to dinner receipts over the last 16 months – make UC look good. They show a university proactively chasing a spot in a league that would eventually pay the athletic department some $20 million more a year than it takes in now.