Haley Cavinder, one half of the athlete-influencers the Cavinder twins, appears to be gearing up to represent the TCU Horned Frogs in her final year of college basketball.
Last season, Haley Cavidner was the Miami Hurricanes' leading scorer and earned All-ACC honors, averaging of 12.2 points and 4.9 rebounds per game.
Kansas State annihilated TCU 41-3. Not to mention the three points was the Horned Frogs’ lowest output since November of 1993. Everyone was expecting the game to be a dogfight, considering it was a rematch of the Big 12 Championship Game. Instead the Horned Frogs got embarrassed like they didn’t even get off the bus, and Coach Sonny Dykes had no answers. He thought his players was going to be ready for the moment.
“We had a good week of practice, guys were prepared, and I came into this game with a lot of confidence” Dykes said. “Thought we would play well after last week, and it was a bad performance from the get-go.”
Not COY: Sonny Dykes. What he did at TCU last year was magical and will never be forgotten, but the drop-off from there to here has been rather severe. The Horned Frogs are 4–4 overall and 2–3 in the league, and coming off a 38-point bludgeoning at Kansas State
Bill Self and Kansas have won the Big 12 regular season title 17 out of the last 20 years. Will it be more of the same or will another title contender rise up and topple the Jayhawks? This league bloats to 14 teams this year, and Norlander and GP have some disagreements.