Bane was 7-9 from the floor for 17 points and played lights-out defense in the victory.
Bane scored 17 points on 7 of 9 shooting from the floor, and also played a significant role in holding the best 3-point shooting team in the country – Indiana State entered by making 48.2 percent from long range – to its worst night.
The Sycamores were just 3 for 16 (18.8 percent) from 3-point range.
The Frogs overwhelmed an Indiana State team that is finally at full strength. Turnovers were a big part of the equation.
“The jumped right in us and were very physical. They did a lot of switching and it got us standing. Then we just turned it over. You can’t turn it over against this team,” ISU coach Greg Lansing said.
Indiana State lead the nation in three point shooting (48%) coming into Sunday, but the Frogs absolutely shut them down from deep.
A crucial element to the Horned Frogs’ victory was their defense. They limited the Sycamores to 19 percent shooting from the three-point line, 29 percentage points lower than their NCAA-best 48.2 percent mark that they brought into Sunday’s game.
“We wanted to guard the perimeter,” said TCU head coach Jamie Dixon. “We wanted to take away the three, and obviously the team led the country in 3-point shooting: We held them to 18 percent.”
The Frogs flipped a punter!!!!!!!! Three-star Jordy Sandy hails from Australia, and is rated as one of the best punters in the class.
At 6-foot-2, 200 pounds, Sandy is ranked as the No. 5 punter in the 2019 recruiting class, according to 247Sports Composite.
Duggan is one of the top recruits for TCU’s 2019 class, and he’s rated as the No. 10 dual threat QB in this class. Check out the video interview with Duggan in the link above.
TCU quarterback commit Max Duggan is making his official visit to Fort Worth this weekend. Duggan is one of the highest-rated prospects in the 2019 recruiting class.