If anything during the 2015-16 season showed how far away TCU is from being a consistently competitive team, it was Wednesday night's debacle in Manhattan. The Frogs lost to Kansas State 79-54, dropping them to 1-19 on the season, and 2-15 in conference play.
Kansas State improved to 16-14 (5-10) on the season. They're currently 8th in the Big 12. That's right, TCU got blown out by 25 points to the team that sits just two spots ahead of them in the conference standings.
There was very little offensive flow for the Frogs tonight, as only Chauncey Collins broke the double-digit mark for scoring, with 11 points. Karviar Shepherd turned in an eight point, seven rebound performance, while Vladimir Brodziansky scored nine points, to go with six rebounds. TCU shot an abysmal 33.3% from the floor as a team, including just 2-of-14 from deep.They shot just 57.1% from the free throw line.
This was, simply put, a disaster of a basketball game.
Meanwhile, Kansas State shot 56.5% from the floor, and 52.6% from deep (10-19), led by guard Barry Brown, who scored 15 points for the Wildcats.
TCU has just one regular season game left, against Oklahoma on Saturday, before probably matching up against Texas Tech in the first round of the Big 12 tournament.
Then, this season will finally be over.