Time to do work, Frog fans.
And now, TCU has the chance to record back-to-back home wins vs. ranked opponents after going nearly five years without such a win in Fort Worth.
So expect another packed house on Saturday afternoon for the in-state showdown. If we’ve learned anything, Dixon has done one heck of a job so far at transforming TCU men’s basketball from the doormat of the Big 12 conference to a one of numerous contenders in the league.
Robinson turned it over a bit much, but was clutch when it counted.
TCU 63, OSU 57: This was at the height of Oklahoma State’s run. After Jamie Dixon called a timeout to try and calm his team, OSU got another steal, this time by Averette. He threw the ball ahead to Jeffrey Carroll in transition, but Carroll missed the layup (Oklahoma State made just 6-of-19 layups Tuesday). On the other end, TCU guard Alex Robinson made perhaps the biggest shot of the game, a 3-pointer that stretched the lead back to nine and took the air out of OSU’s comeback.
Will Wease be the Frogs’ first ever five star signee?
Class of 2019 five-star wide receiver Theo Wease (Allen, Texas) lists TCU among his top remaining schools.
The No. 28 overall prospect in the country per 247Sports, Wease released his top seven schools, which included TCU, LSU, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, UCLA, and USC.
Wease is rated as the No. 6 wide receiver in the country and No. 5 player in Texas.