TCU Horned Frogs
TCU coach Gary Patterson never really dwelled on the Big 12 co-champion Horned Frogs getting left out of the first four-team College Football Playoff.
Kenrich Williams scored 10 points and grabbed 16 rebounds as TCU won its third consecutive Big 12 home game, beating Texas Tech 71-54 on Wednesday night.
TCU started the season with 13 consecutive non-conference wins. Now, the Horned Frogs finally have their first winning streak in the Big 12, with a victory over Kansas State.
His head clear again and not hurting, Texas guard Javan Felix was back in the game to help give Longhorns coach Rick Barnes a milestone victory.
Kenny Chery put Baylor ahead to stay with a 3-pointer and 3-pointer in the first two minutes of the game and was one of the five players in scoring in double figures for the Bears in a 77-57 victory over the Horned Frogs on Wednesday night.
Veja Hamilton scored 16 points and TCU broke a tie with seven straight points down the stretch on Sunday to upset No. 14 Texas 65-59.
People have been criticizing and poking fun at Andy Dalton’s spirited pre-game speech for weeks now. Apparently, Dalton was unaware — and he’s unamused.
“We’re always happy with a win but it was an ugly win in our eyes,” Frank Mason III said after Kansas grabbed a 64-61 victory over TCU on Wednesday night. “We did a lot of things wrong.”
Baylor was more than prepared for a TCU team with a new coach and a new philosophy. The Horned Frogs still have some work to do to catch up — and keep up — with the Big 12’s best team.
Isaiah Taylor had 13 points, seven rebounds and six assists while Javan Felix led the Longhorns with 15 points in a 66-48 victory against TCU on Monday night.
Ohio State is the top team in the final Associated Press poll, and TCU finished in third, in front of the two teams that made the playoff ahead of the Horned Frogs.
Sophomore A&M quarterback Kenny Hill, who performed well early but lost the starting job, has reportedly asked for his release and will transfer to TCU.