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TCU News: “TCU is the rare team that can score with Baylor”

Wednesday’s ranked battle - the first Women’s game in Baylor’s new Foster Arena - is the national game of the week

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Women’s Basketball

ISO Spotlight: How far can TCU WBB go? | Dave Campbell's
Could Campbell turn TCU around as fast as he turned Sacramento State around? This was a team that really struggled over the past three seasons but wasn't too far removed from three consecutive 20-win campaigns. Still, it was going to be tough.

But it looks like we have an answer, as the Horned Frogs are 14-0 after an undefeated non-conference campaign and a conference-opening win over BYU.

How did Campbell do it?

Dropping Impressive Double-Double, All You Need to Know About Jaden Owens | EssentiallySports
TCU’s 5-11 guard was responsible for half of the team’s field goals, and she made 4 out of 7 attempts from beyond the arc. Jaden Owens was the top scorer for TCU, achieving her third double-double with 10 assists and a career-high 14 points. Her total of 60 assists in December is the highest number of assists by any player in the nation.

Women’s college basketball power rankings: Stunning dominance keeps South Carolina No. 1 | The Athletic
Why Baylor vs. TCU could be the game of the week

TCU is the rare team that can score with Baylor. The Horned Frogs have three guards who regularly let it fly from deep, Madison Conner (10.5 3-point attempts per game), Agnes Emma-Nnopu (five per game) and Una Jovanovic (2.8 per game). They also have a reliable veteran point guard to get them in their spots, Jaden Owens, who just happened to spend the last three years of her college career with the Bears. TCU’s 14-0 record would mean a lot more if it had faced any opponent that even belongs in the same conversation as Baylor, so this is the Horned Frogs’ chance to prove they can compete with anyone.

Preview: at No. 6 Baylor | TCU Athletics
No. 23 TCU is set for a battle on the Brazos against sixth-ranked Baylor at 7 p.m. on Wednesday in a collision between two unbeaten teams. The Big 12 bout marks the first time both TCU and Baylor will face off ranked in the AP Top 25 and undefeated.

Wednesday’s contest will also be the first women’s basketball game played inside Foster Pavilion.

Men’s Basketball

Ernest Udeh's first career double-double leads TCU past Texas A&M-Commerce 77-42 |
Ernest Udeh Jr. had 13 points and 18 rebounds for his first career double-double and TCU routed Texas A&M-Commerce 77-42 on Monday.

The 42 points allowed is tied for the second-fewest allowed in the Jamie Dixon era.


Major Everhart wins 2024 Blair Cherry Award | News Channel 10
The Downtown Palo Duro Ambucs named former Tascosa star and current TCU wide receiver Major Everhart the recipient of the 2024 Blair Cherry Award.

Everhart, a redshirt freshman this past season, recorded 20 receptions for 197 yards in addition to finishing second in the Big 12 in return yard average and sixth in the country. In addition to his accomplishments on the field, Everhart was named to the Big 12 All-Academic team.

“It’s just an honor just to be with the names of greats like King Doerue.” Everhart said. “I’ll cherish this award for the rest of my life and so just an honor to be in this position today.”

TCU transfer QB Chandler Morris to visit South Carolina, per report | On3
TCU transfer quarterback Chandler Morris will be visiting South Carolina at some point in the future, he told SportsTalk Media Network on Sunday evening. Morris is the son of former Clemson offensive coordinator and current analyst Chad Morris.