TCU Basketball Season Still Hopeful

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This season for the TCU horned frogs has been a rocky one to say the least. Currently 5-8 in conference play, with an overall record of 14-12, the horned frogs have definitely been through some adversity this season. Even so, at 6th in the Big 12, the TCU men’s basketball team has proven that they are still a force to be reckoned with. 

​Even with a record of 5-8 in conference play, TCU has etched out wins over noteable Big 12 teams, such as Texas Tech, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, and Iowa State. For each of these wins, the Horned frogs showed their true potential and etched out not only decisive wins, but also managed to squeeze out close wins against some of these teams. The most notable of these wins being against the 3rd ranked Texas Tech early in the season. 

​Although, even though there were notable wins this season, that isn’t to say there weren’t heartbreaking losses either. TCU has fallen to not only the juggernauts of the Big 12, but many of their losses have been quite decisive. One of the more heartbreaking ones was when TCU played Texas Tech for the 2nd time this season. It was hard to see the Horned Frogs struggle to gain momentum against the Red Raiders, leading to an 88-42 point loss.

​Regardless of anything though, there are still a few games left in this season. The Horned Frogs still have time to pick themselves back up and prove to the Big 12 that they are indeed a force to be reckoned with, and what better way to start than when TCU plays West Virginia at home tomorrow at 1pm.

Story written by: Anthony Rodriguez – Creative Media

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