TCU Men’s Basketball had the season’s first signature win ripped from its hands on Saturday in Phog Allen Fieldhouse in controversial fashion. The Horned Frogs battled the No. 2 Kansas Jayhawks and held a lead in the final minute before a questionable flagrant foul call flipped the game upside down, ultimately leading to TCU’s demise.
Aside from the tough finish, there are plenty of positive takeaways from the game, including Trey Tennyson’s breakout performance with 24 points & six three-pointers. What can TCU lean on with home games this week against highly ranked Oklahoma & Houston?
TCU Women’s Basketball suffered a major setback this week, losing two conference games, but more critically losing star Center Sedona Prince to a broken finger. The Frogs led against Baylor at halftime, but the Bears got hot from long range in the 2nd half while TCU stayed ice cold.
The transfer cycle continues for TCU Football, with the Frogs adding Vandy QB Ken Seal & Utah DB JaTravis Broughton. However TCU lost two of its previous transfer commitments as DB Donovan Saunders flipped to Texas A&M while OL Howard Sampson flipped to UNC.