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1 GAME #28 DETAILS Date: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 Time: 6:02 p.m. CST Location: Fort Worth, Texas Venue: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (7,201) Series Record: OSU leads, 18-2 Last Meeting: 1/9/13 in Stillwater (L, 45-63) TV: ESPNU (DirecTV ch. 208, Dish ch. 141) Talent: Mitch Holthus, Matt Doherty Radio: 570 AM, 88.7 FM, Sirius 134, XM 193 Talent: Brian Estridge, John Denton Internet: GoFrogs.com (audio, GameTracker) WatchESPN.com (TV broadcast) TCU HORNED FROGS Record: (Big 12: 1-13) Rankings: AP: NR; USA Today: NR Head Coach: Trent Johnson (Boise State, 86) TCU Record: (1st year) Career Record: (14th year) Statistical Leaders: Scoring: Kyan Anderson (11.2 ppg) Rebounds: Adrick McKinney (6.4 rpg) Assists: Kyan Anderson (3.4 apg) Blocked Shots: Devonta Abron (0.8 bpg) Steals: Kyan Anderson (1.5 spg) FG Pct.: Devonta Abron (55.7%) OKLAHOMA ST. COWBOYS Record: 20-6 (Big 12: 10-4) Rankings: AP: #15; USA Today: #18 Head Coach: Travis Ford (Kentucky, 94) OSU Record: (5th year) Career Record: (16th year) Record: overall; 7-11 Big 12 (7th) Postseason: None Returning/Lost: Letterwinners - 9/2; Starters - 4/1 Statistical Leaders: Scoring: Markel Brown (15.9 ppg) Rebounds: Michael Cobbins (6.4 rpg) Assists: Marcus Smart (4.3 apg) SEASON SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT TIME/RESULT TV Nov. 9 Cal Poly W, FSSW+ Nov. 12 Centenary W, FSSW Nov. 15 SMU L, FSSW Nov. 18 Prairie View A&M [1] W, FSSW Nov. 20 Navy [1] W, FSSW Nov. 23 vs. Northwestern [2] L, Nov. 24 vs. UAB [2] W, CBSSN Nov. 29 Southern Utah W, FSSW Dec. 4 Houston L, FSSW Dec. 8 at Tulsa L, FSSW Dec. 18 Southern W, FSSW+ Dec. 22 at Rice W, Dec. 30 Mississippi Valley State W, FSSW Jan. 5 Texas Tech * L, FSSW Jan. 9 at RV/RV Oklahoma State * L, B12N Jan. 12 at Baylor * L, FSSW Jan. 16 #16/18 Kansas State * L, ESPNU Jan /RV Iowa State * L, B12N Jan. 23 at West Virginia * L, ESPN2 Jan. 26 Baylor * L, B12N Feb. 2 at Texas * L, LHN Feb. 6 #5/5 Kansas * W, ESPNU Feb. 9 West Virginia * L, B12N Feb. 11 at Oklahoma * L, ESPNU Feb. 16 at Iowa State * L, B12N Feb. 19 Texas * L, B12N Feb. 23 at #9/9 Kansas * L, B12N Feb. 27 Oklahoma State * 6 p.m. ESPNU March 2 at Texas Tech * 3 p.m. B12N March 5 at Kansas State * 7 p.m. B12N March 9 Oklahoma * 4 p.m. FSSW Mar Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship [3] Home games in BOLD - All times central unless otherwise noted * Big 12 Conference game [1] - South Padre Island Invitational (Fort Worth, Texas) [2] - South Padre Island Invitational (South Padre Island, Texas) [3] - Sprint Center (Kansas City, Mo.) / TCU RETURNS TO DMC FOR NO. 15 COWBOYS TCU faces a ranked opponent at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum for the third time this season Wednesday when it plays host to No. 15/18 Oklahoma State at 6 p.m. The game will be televised nationally on ESPNU. TCU (10-17 overall; 1-13 Big 12) looks to avenge a loss at the hands of the Cowboys in the teams first meeting on Jan. 9 in Stillwater. The Frogs have posted three wins over ranked teams at the DMC over the last two seasons and are 1-1 in such home matchups in Oklahoma State (20-6; 10-3 Big 12) hopes to keep pace in the race for the Big 12 regular-season title, currently sitting one game back of co-leaders Kansas and Kansas State. The Cowboys have won eight of their last nine games, including four straight on the road. ESPNU (DirecTV 208; Dish 141) will televise Wednesday s contest with the broadcast duo of Mitch Holthus (play-by-play) and Matt Doherty (analyst) calling the action. The telecast also will be offered online at WatchESPN.com to qualified cable subscribers. Brian Estridge (pxp) and John Denton (analyst) will handle the TCU-IMG Sports Network radio broadcast, which will air live in the DFW Metroplex on both 570 KLIF AM and 88.7 FM KTCU. The broadcast also will be made available nationally on satellite radio via Sirius channel 134 and XM 193. Live stats will be available for free via GameTracker at GoFrogs.com, while a live stream of the radio broadcast will be offered online for FrogVision subscribers. INSIDE THE MATCHUP TCU PROJECTED STARTERS* NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. PPG RPG APG 2 Connell Crossland F Sr ^ 5 Kyan Anderson G So Nate Butler Lind G Sr Adrick McKinney F Sr Garlon Green G/F Sr OKLAHOMA STATE PROJECTED STARTERS* NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. PPG RPG APG 2 Le Bryan Nash G So Michael Cobbins F So ^ 22 Markel Brown G Jr Marcus Smart G Fr Philip Jurick C Sr ^ ^-blocks per game; #-steals per game *-players determined from each team s previous game FROG QUICK NOTES 4TCU is 3-3 in its last six games against ranked opponents overall dating back to last season with one of the losses in overtime. The squad is 3-2 in games played at the DMC. 4An appearance vs. OSU by Garlon Green would tie him with former Frog Femi Ibikunle ( ) for the TCU career record for games played at Green has played in 105 straight games for TCU. He also ranks No. 6 on the Frogs career minutes chart (3,120). 4TCU ranks No. 3 in the Big 12 and No. 48 in the NCAA in scoring defense (61.1 ppg). The squad is No. 39 nationally in fewest 3-pointers allowed (135). 4TCU s scoring defense average is 11 points fewer per game than last season s final figure (72.1 ppg) and would be the Frogs lowest since (58.7 ppg). 4TCU is 10-1 in when outshooting the opponent and 0-16 when shooting at a lower rate. The squad is 7-2 when posting a mark of at least 45.0% overall and 7-1 when leading at the half. 4Kyan Anderson has scored in double figures five straight games, the longest streak of his career. 4Anderson ranks among the Big 12 leaders in minutes played (No. 5), steals (T-No. 6), assists (No. 8), assist/turnover ratio (No. 9), 3-pointers (No. 12) and scoring (No. 18). 4Devonta Abron has led TCU in rebounding three of the last four games and in points twice in the last four contests. continued on page STATISTICAL COMPARISON TCU OSU Scoring Average Opp. Scoring Average Scoring Margin FG Percentage 40.1% 43.6% Opp. FG Percentage 43.2% 39.0% 3FG Percentage 29.1% 32.6% Opp. 3FG Percentage 34.3% 32.1% FT Percentage 58.5% 74.1% Opp. FT Percentage 68.1% 66.9% Rebounding Margin Assists Per Game Turnovers Per Game Turnover Margin Steals Per Game Blocks Per Game BIG // #1

2 TCU QUICK FACTS TCU MEDIA INFORMATION / GUIDELINES Location Fort Worth, Texas Elevation 612 feet Founded 1873 Enrollment 9,518 Colors Purple (PMS 5265 C) and White Nickname Horned Frogs, Frogs Home Facility Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (7,201) Conference Big 12 Affiliation NCAA Division I Chancellor Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletics Director Chris Del Conte Senior Women s Administrator Kim Johnson Faculty Rep. Rhonda Hatcher Ticket Office Phone (817) 257-FROG HISTORY First Season Record All-Time 1,120-1,304 (.462) NCAA Tournament Appearances / Last 7 / 1998 Record in NCAA Championship 5-7 (.417) NIT Appearances / Last 6 / 2005 Record in NIT 9-6 (.600) CBI Appearances / Last 1 / 2012 Record in CBI 1-1 (.500) COACHING STAFF Head Coach Trent Johnson Alma Mater Boise State, 86 Record at TCU (.370) / 1st season Career Record (.539) / 14th season Assistant Coaches Donny Guerinoni, 1st season (Nevada 02) Brent Scott, 1st season (Rice 03) Pooh Williamson, 1st season (Tulsa, 95) Director of Ops Chris Tifft, 1st season (Nevada, 96) Administrative Assistant Joan Owens Office Phone Number (817) SEASON RECAP Record (H / A / N) (14-3 / 3-9 /1-3) Conference Record / Finish 7-7 / 5th MWC Postseason CBI Quarterfinals Final AP/USA Today Ranking NR/NR TEAM INFO Lettermen Returning/Lost 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost 2/3 Newcomers 7 Seniors / Jr. / So. / Fr. 5 / 3 / 4 / 4 JUST TCU, THANK YOU Though the TCU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) Athletics. The same is true regarding references to its sports teams: TCU basketball, TCU football, TCU baseball, etc. In all sports-related media references, we respectfully urge that the university s teams be identified with an appropriate appellation TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation the team may be referred to by its nickname - Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage. TCU ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE Office Address: TCU Box Fort Worth, TX Physical Address: 2900 Stadium Dr., Rm. 104 Fort Worth, TX Office Phone: (817) Office Fax: (817) Basketball Press Row: (817) Andy Anderson, Assistant Director (MBK Contact) Office Phone: (817) Cell Phone: (817) Mark Cohen, Assistant A.D. for Media Relations Office Phone: (817) TCU ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB All TCU basketball information is available on the World Wide Web at the official we bsite of TCU athletics, GoFrogs.com. All statistical information, along with an archive of the entire season s game stories, game notes and press releases, can be found there. INTERVIEW REQUESTS Interviews with TCU basketball student-athletes and coaches must be scheduled directly through the TCU Athletics Media Relations Office by contacting Andy Anderson. Requests should be made at least 24 hours in advance. While telephone interviews with local media members are permissible, in-person interviews with student-athletes and coaches are recommended and encouraged. All prac tic es are generally closed unless otherwise specified. TV crews and photographers are only permitted to shoot practice after receiving permission from the Media Relations Office. Following home games, head coach Trent Johnson and select student-athletes will be available for interviews in the Varsity Club Room, located in DMC room 108A on the concourse level behind section H, following a brief cooling off period. If requested, opposing coaches and student-athletes can be available to the media in the Varsity Club Room prior to TCU s arrival. The TCU locker room is closed to the media both at home and on the road. MEDIA CREDENTIAL REQUESTS Beginning in , all credential requests for home TCU basketball games will only be accepted through an online system (SportsSystems.com/TCU). Please visit the site for complete instructions on submitting the application form. All credential requests for an outlet must be made at one time, and only those applications submitted by an outlet s sports editor or sports director will be considered. Requests should be re ceived no later than Noon, two days prior to the game. For more information, contact administrative assistant Deanna Damon at (817) DANIEL-MEYER COLISEUM The TCU men s basketball team plays its home games at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum on the TCU campus. The facility is located on the southwest side of campus on Stadium Drive, next to Amon G. Carter Stadium. The physical address is 2900 South Stadium Drive. Parking spaces for working media are limited in the DMC lot. Ample media parking is available in Lot 3, which is located north of Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU ON TELEVISION All but two of TCU s regular-season games will be televised this season, including each of the squad s 18 home games. Eleven of the contests will be aired on FOX Sports Southwest as part of the Frogs third-tier rights agreement through the Big 12 television contract. Brian Estridge (pxp) and John Denton (analyst) will serve as FSSW s broadcast team during TCU telecasts. Check local listings for channel number. TCU ON RADIO TCU men s basketball games are broadcast live on the radio in the DFW Metroplex on either 570 KLIF AM (Big 12 games) or 1460 KCLE AM (non-conference), as well as 88.7 KTCU FM (all games). For the 14th consecutive season, Brian Estridge will serve as the primary play-by-play announcer, while he will be joined by John Denton, who is in his 23rd year as primary color analyst. Broadcasts will also be available online on GoFrogs.com for FrogVision subscribers. TRENT JOHNSON RADIO SHOW TCU will air five editions of the Trent Johnson Radio Show in 2013, each during the Frogs Big 12 schedule. The show will air live from 6 to 7 p.m. on the following Mondays from Buffalo Bros. restaurant near the TCU campus: Jan. 14 // Jan. 28 // Feb. 4 // Feb. 18 // March 11 BIG 12 MEDIA RELATIONS Contact the Big 12 Conference Communications Department for any information or questions concerning Big 12 men s basketball during the season. The Big 12 basketball media contact is Rob Carrolla. He can be reached by phone at (469) or via at com. For the most up-to-date information regarding Big 12 men s basketball, visit the official website of the league at Big12Sports.com. BIG 12 COACHES TELECONFERENCE The Big 12 men s basketball coaches will participate in a weekly media-only teleconference on select Mondays throughout the season. The schedule will commence with one in December, followed by weekly teleconferences beginning in January. The schedule is as follows: Dec. 10 Jan. 21 Jan. 28 March 4 Jan. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 4 March 11 Jan. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 25 March 18 The teleconference begins at 10 a.m. CT. The call can also be heard live and on replay online at Big12Sports.com. Listed below is the tentative weekly schedule. Please contact either the TCU or Big 12 media relations staffs for the call-in and replay phone numbers. 10:00 a.m. Bill Self, Kansas 10:08 a.m. Trent Johnson, TCU 10:16 a.m. Travis Ford, Oklahoma State 10:24 a.m. Scott Drew, Baylor 10:32 a.m. Bob Huggins, West Virginia 10:40 a.m. Chris Walker, Texas Tech 10:48 a.m. Fred Hoiberg, Iowa State 10:56 a.m. Bruce Weber, Kansas State 11:04 a.m. Lon Kruger, Oklahoma 11:12 a.m. Rick Barnes, Texas BIG 12 VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS EXCHANGE Big 12 video highlights will be available for download via a FTP site during the season. Access is limited to local television affiliates with regularly scheduled news programs. For information, visit Big12Sports.com/DigitalXChange. THIS WEEK S SCHEDULE 26 TUESDAY 27 WEDNESDAY 28 THURSDAY 1 FRIDAY 2 SATURDAY 3 SUNDAY 4 Practice 2:30 p.m. Game #28 vs. Oklahoma State 6 p.m. DMC Shootaround 1 p.m. TBA Depart for Lubbock 12:15 p.m. Practice 7:30 p.m. Game #29 at Texas Tech 3 p.m. Lubbock, Texas Depart for Fort Worth 5:50 a.m. MONDAY Depart for K-State 1 p.m. Schedule Notes: No interviews on gamedays (prior to postgame) or off days; all times central unless otherwise noted. DMC Daniel-Meyer Coliseum; SBC Schollmaier Basketball Complex BIG // #2 Practice 7:45 p.m.

3 PROJECTED STARTERS #5 KYAN ANDERSON So. // 5-11 // 175 // Fort Worth, Texas North Crowley HS G G G F F RESERVE PLAYERS PPG RPG APG MPG #21 NATE BUTLER LIND Sr. // 6-6 // 205 // Dorado, Puerto Rico M.E.C.A. // John A. Logan College PPG RPG APG MPG #33 GARLON GREEN Sr. // 6-7 // 215 // Houston, Texas Hightower HS PPG RPG APG MPG #2 CONNELL CROSSLAND Sr. // 6-7 // 190 // St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central HS // John A. Logan College PPG RPG BPG MPG #24 ADRICK MCKINNEY Sr. // 6-8 // 250 // Fort Worth, Texas Trimble Tech HS // Angelina College PPG RPG APG MPG NOTES Has started each game... TCU season leader in points, assists, steals, 3-pointers and minutes... active TCU career leader in consecutive starts (49), assists (182) and steals (80)... has topped TCU in assists 15 times and in scoring seven times... has three 20-point performances this season, including a career-high 35 points vs. UAB... the total is the top scoring effort by a Big 12 player this season... matched career high with eight helpers three times Mountain West Freshman of the Year. Has appeared in 26 games with 20 starts... No. 2 on the team in assists and No. 3 in minutes played... has led TCU in assists six times... has at least four points in 18 of 26 games... set a career scoring high with 12 points at home vs. Texas... has four double-digit efforts in all, including 10 in the home victory over #5 Kansas... vs. SMU, Baylor and #5 Kansas... saw action in all 33 games in with 10 starts. Has started each game... No. 2 on the team in scoring and No. 4 in rebounding... has led TCU eight times in points, five times in assists and four times in boards... scored 31 points in road win at Rice and 20 in home win over #5 Kansas... five games with at least 20 points overall... TCU s active leader in points (1,097), rebounds (439), 3-pointers (117), games played (124) and starts (79)... has played in a team-high 105 straight games... Frogs top returning scorer each of last two seasons. Has appeared in each game, starting No. 2 on the team in rebounding and No. 5 in scoring... has led TCU eight times in rebounds and once in assists... all seven of his career double-figure scoring games have been this season... recorded his top career scoring effort with 13 points at home vs. West Virginia... has one double-double and four games with 10 or more boards... grabbed 15 boards in home win over #4 Kansas... made eight starts in final nine games of Has appeared in each game with 15 starts... TCU leader in rebounding, and No. 3 in scoring... is the squad s top scorer and rebounder in Big 12 play... has led team four times in points, 11 times in boards and twice in assists... recorded first double-double with 10 points and career-high 20 boards vs. Houston... boards total is tied for No. 1 among Big 12 players this season... played in 32 games in with 16 starts... No. 2 on the team in rebounding, No. 5 in steals and No. 7 in scoring in NO. NAME POS. HT. WT. CL.-EXP. PPG RPG APG HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) 0 Charles Hill Jr. G Fr.-HS Fort Worth, Texas (Trimble Tech HS) 1 Jarvis Ray G Jr.-2L New Orleans, La. (O. Perry Walker HS) 3 Clyde Smith III G Fr.-HS Houston, Texas (Hotchkiss School [Conn.]) 4 Amric Fields ** F Jr.-2L Oklahoma City, Okla. (Putnam City West HS) 10 Kemal Dincer G Fr.-HS # Istanbul, Turkey (Robert College) 11 Thomas Montigel G Jr.-2L Fort Worth, Texas (Paschal HS) 23 Devonta Abron F So.-TR ^ Dallas, Texas (Arkansas) 25 Chris Zurcher G So.-1L San Antonio, Texas (Johnson HS) 31 Christian Gore * G So.-TR El Paso, Texas (Brown) 44 Aaron Durley ** C Fr.-HS Houston, Texas (Fort Bend Bush HS) 45 Andrew Whitthorne G Sr.-HS Coppell, Texas (Coppell HS) * eligible to play second semester ** our for season due to injury ^ blocks per game # steals per game COACHES & STAFF Head Coach: Trent Johnson (Boise State, 86; 1st season at TCU; 14th season overall) Assistant Coaches: Donny Guerinoni (Nevada, 02 / 1st season); Brent Scott (Rice, 03 / 1st season); Pooh Williamson (Tulsa, 95 / 1st season) Director of Operations: Chris Tifft (Nevada, 96 / 1st season) Video Coordinator: Dan Wendt (Chaminade, 08 / 1st seasn) Graduate Assistant: Christopher Kwan (LSU, 12 / 1st season) Assistant A.D. for Sports Medicine: Chris Hall (TCU, 83 / 29th season) Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach: Stephen Gephardt (Arizona State, 04 / 6th season) PRONUNCIATIONS FROGS BY STATE FROGS BY MAJOR DEVONTA Abron KYAN Anderson CONNELL Crossland KEMAL DINCER AMRIC Fields Donny GUERINONI Chris ZURCHER de-von-tay KEY-un kuh-nell ku-mahl DIN-ser AM-rick gwer-i-no-nee ZUR-chur UNITED STATES (14) Louisiana (1): Jarvis Ray Missouri (1): Connell Crossland Oklahoma (1): Amric Fields Texas (11): Devonta Abron, Kyan Anderson, Aaron Durley, Christian Gore, Garlon Green, Charles Hill Jr., Adrick McKinney, Thomas Montigel, Clyde Smith III, Andrew Whitthorne, Chris Zurcher PUERTO RICO (1) Nate Butler TURKEY (1) Kemal Dincer Business (4) Christian Gore, Thomas Montigel, Clyde Smith III, Chris Zurcher Communications (4) Amric Fields, Charles Hill, Adrick McKinney, Andrew Whitthorne Economics (1) Kemal Dincer Film, TV, Digital Media (1) Aaron Durley Liberal Arts (3) Nate Butler Lind, Connell Crossland, Garlon Green Sociology (1) Jarvis Ray Arts & Sciences Pre-Major (2) Devonta Abron, Kyan Anderson TRENT JOHNSON TCU Head Coach Boise State, 86 1st Year at TCU // 14th Overall TCU: // Overall: Posted a 4-1 start for TCU, the best for a Frog head coach since Mike Brumbelow went 6-1 in Became the 21st head coach in TCU history on April 9, Has been named Conference Coach of the Year in each of the three previous leagues in which he has coached (2003 WAC, 2008 Pac-10, 2009 SEC). 4Has guided teams to three conference championships, two regular-season (2004 WAC, 2009 SEC) and one tournament (2004 WAC). 4Has reached postseason play eight times in his previous 13 seasons, including five NCAA Tournament appearances (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009). 4Twice has led teams to the NCAA Sweet 16 (2004 Nevada, 2008 Stanford). 4Has coached two Conference Players of the Year (Kirk Snyder, 2004 Nevada; Marcus Thornson, 2009 LSU). 4Has coached nine future NBA players as a head coach, including first-round draft selections Kirk Snyder and Brook and Robin Lopez. 4Tied for the fifth-longest coaching tree among active NCAA Division I coaches, as five of his former assistants currently lead D-I programs: David Carter (Nevada), Mark Fox (Georgia), Eric Reveno (Portland), Keith Richard (ULM) and Nick Robinson (Southern Utah). 4Prior to his time as a head coach, served stints as an assistant coach at Utah ( ), Washington ( ), Rice ( ) and Stanford ( ). 4Played college basketball at Boise State ( ). JOHNSON YEAR-BY-YEAR YEAR SCHOOL OVERALL CONFERENCE FINISH Nevada 9-20 (.310) 6-10 (.375) 3rd Big West Nevada (.357) 3-13 (.188) 9th WAC Nevada (.567) 9-9 (.500) t-5th WAC Nevada (.563) 11-7 (.611) t-3rd WAC # Nevada 25-9 (.735) 13-5 (.722) 1st WAC *^& Totals Nevada (.516) (.488) 1*, 1^, 1& YEAR SCHOOL OVERALL CONFERENCE FINISH Stanford (.581) 11-7 (.611) t-3rd Stanford (.533) 11-7 (.611) t-4th Pac-10 % Stanford (.581) 10-8 (.556) 6th Stanford 28-7 (.800) 13-5 (.722) 2nd Pac-10 ^ Totals Stanford (.630) (.625) 1%, 1^ YEAR SCHOOL OVERALL CONFERENCE FINISH LSU 27-8 (.800) 13-3 (.813) 1st SEC *! LSU (.355) 2-14 (.125) 12th SEC LSU (.344) 3-13 (.188) 12th SEC LSU (.545) 7-9 (.438) 8th SEC # Totals LSU (.511) (.391) 1*, 1!, 1# YEAR SCHOOL OVERALL CONFERENCE FINISH TCU (.370) 1-13 (.071) N/A Totals TCU (.370) 1-13 (.071) N/A OVERALL 13 YEARS (.539) (.479) -- KEY Conference Titles: * - Regular Season (2); & - Tournament (1) NCAA Tournament: ^ - Sweet 16 (2);! - Second Round - First Round (2) NIT: % - Second Round (1); # - First Round (2) BIG // #3

4 BIG 12 CONFERENCE STANDINGS (as of Feb. 25, 2013) TEAM BIG 12 PCT. ALL PCT. #6/5 Kansas #13/13 Kansas State #15/18 Oklahoma State Iowa State Oklahoma Baylor West Virginia Texas Texas Tech TCU THIS WEEK IN THE BIG 12 Monday: Texas Tech at Kansas State (6 p.m./espnu), Kansas at Iowa State (8 p.m./espn) Wednesday: Oklahoma State at TCU (6 p.m./espnu), Baylor at West Virginia (7 p.m./b12n), Oklahoma at Texas (8 p.m./espn2) TCU S BIG 12/NCAA STATS RANKINGS CATEGORY OVERALL - (C/O) B12 RANK - (C/O) NCAA Scoring Offense (51.0) 10th - (10th) 343rd Scoring Defense (66.7) 3rd - (7th) 48th Scoring Margin (-15.7) 10th - (10th) -- FG Pct. 40.1% - (36.2%) 10th - (10th) 302nd FG Pct. Defense 43.2% - (46.9%) 8th - (9th) 197th 3FG Pct. 29.1% - (26.8%) 8th - (9th) 326th 3FG Pct. Defense 34.3% - (39.8%) 8th - (9th) 207th FT Pct. 58.5% - (57.0%) 10th - (10th) 343rd Rebounds (31.4) 10th - (8th) 288th Rebound Defense (35.1) 3rd - (T-4th) 136th Rebound Margin (-3.7) 10th - (9th) -- Blocked Shots (2.6) 9th - (7th) 218th Assists (8.9) 10th - (10th) 326th Steals (5.5) 10th - (10th) 290th Turnover Margin (-1.2) 9th - (7th) -- Assist/TO Ratio (0.7) 10th - (10th) 315th Offensive Rebounds (11.7) 10th - (T-4th) 212th Offensive Reb Pct. 31.5% - (32.5%) 10th - (7th) 188th Defensive Rebounds (19.7) 9th - (9th) 302nd Def. Reb Pct. 67.0% - (64.6%) 7th - (8th) 230th 3FG Made (3.4) 10th - (10th) 341st TCU S INDIVIDUAL STATS RANKINGS CATEGORY OVERALL - (C/O) B12 RANK - (C/O) NCAA SCORING Kyan Anderson (9.5) 18th - (NR) -- REBOUNDS Adrick McKinney (6.0) 12th - (11th) -- Connell Crossland (6.6) 15th - (10th) -- Devonta Abron (5.5) 19th - (15th) -- ASSISTS Kyan Anderson (3.1) 8th - (10th) 245th STEALS Kyan Anderson (1.6) 5th - (T-6th) 205th BLOCKED SHOTS Devonta Abron (0.7) NR - (15th) -- 3-POINTERS MADE Kyan Anderson (1.4) 12th - (NR) -- ASSIST/TO RATIO Kyan Anderson (1.1) 9th - (10th) -- OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Adrick McKinney (2.5) T-9th - (T-7th) -- Connell Crossland (2.8) T-9th - (3rd) -- DEFENSIVE REBOUNDS Adrick McKinney (3.5) 13th - (NR) -- Connell Crossland (3.8) NR - (T-14th) -- MINUTES PLAYED Kyan Anderson (32.9) 5th - (8th) -- ***C/O refers to stats and rankings in conference games only.*** FROG QUICK NOTES (con t) 4Abron s overall field-goal percentage of 55.7% would rank No. 9 in TCU single-season history. 4TCU joins Baylor as the only Big 12 teams with three players among the league s top-15 rebounders in conference play: Connell Crossland (No. 10), Adrick McKinney (No. 11) and Abron (No. 15). 4Crossland has scored in double figures five times in the last nine games. He had done so previously only twice in 50 career contests. 4Crossland tops TCU in rebounding during Big 12 play (6.6 rpg). He ranks No. 3 in the Big 12 in offensive boards in league action (2.8 rpg). 4McKinney is 12th in the Big 12 in overall rebounding average (6.4 rpg). He is tied for seventh in offensive boards in Big 12 games (2.5 rpg) and ninth overall (2.3 rpg). 4McKinney has led TCU in rebounding in 12 of the last 21 games. He had paced the squad previously only five times in 37 career contests. 4Green has scored 20 points or more five times this season and ranks fifth in the Big 12 with eight career performances. 4Anderson s 35-point game Dec. 22 at Rice ranks as the top individual scoring performance by a Big 12 player this season. 4McKinney s 20-rebound effort Dec. 4 vs. Houston is tied for the top Big 12 effort on the glass (Isaiah Austin, Baylor). 4Charles Hill Jr. has scored 63 of his 68 points this season in Big 12 action. He is averaging 22.4 minutes in conference games after totaling just 29 minutes in non-conference. 4TCU has featured 10 different starting lineups this season. 4TCU has allowed 50 points or fewer five times. Its five previous efforts allowing 50 or fewer stretched back over 127 games to TCU has attempted 50 more free throws in Big 12 play than its opponents, an average margin of +3.6 pg. It has taken more attempts than the opponent in eight of 14 conference games. SCOUTING OKLAHOMA STATE Oklahoma State enters Wednesday s game 20-6 overall and third place in the Big 12 standings at 10-4, only one game back of co-leaders Kansas and Kansas State. The squad has won eight of its last nine games, with the only loss coming in double-overtime to Kansas on Feb. 20. The Cowboys are 4-3 in league road games. Fifth-year head coach Travis Ford returned four starters from last season s team that posted a overall record and finished seventh in the Big 12 with a 7-11 league mark. OSU s starting lineup this season features just one senior and one junior alongside two sophomores and a freshman. Four Cowboys average double figures in points, including junior guard Markel Brown, who paces the team and ranks No. 3 in the Big 12 (15.0 ppg). Freshman guard Marcus Smart, the Big 12 Preseason Freshman of the Year, leads the league in steals (2.9 spg) and is No. 5 in scoring (14.3 ppg), No. 6 in assists (4.4 apg) and No. 16 in rebounding (5.7 rpg). Preseason All-Big 12 selection Le Bryan Nash, a sophomore guard, averages 13.2 ppg, while Senior center Phillip Jurick is the squad s top rebounder (6.3 rpg). As a team, OSU is putting up 72.7 ppg and owns the secondbest scoring margin in the Big 12 (+11.1 ppg). The group leads the league in average turnover margin (+2.8) and ranks No. 36 nationally in blocked shots (4.9 bpg). INSIDE THE SERIES TCU and Oklahoma State will be meeting for the 21st time on the hardwood. OSU owns an 18-2 series lead and has won each of the last seven matchups since a Frog victory in the 1986 All-College Tournament in Oklahoma City. The Cowboys have won each of the previous six games played in Fort Worth. TCU VS. OKLAHOMA STATE LAST 10 MEETINGS Date W/L Score Site Mar. 13, 1953 L Manhattan Dec. 20, 1969 L Fort Worth Dec. 26, 1986 W Oklahoma City Dec. 22, 1992 L Fort Worth Dec. 9, 1993 L Stillwater Dec. 30, 1997 L Fort Worth Nov. 28, 1998 L Stillwater Nov. 21, 2001 L Las Vegas Nov. 25, 2005 L Las Vegas Jan. 9, 2013 L Stillwater LAST TIME WE MET: OSU 63, TCU 45 *Box score available on page 24 Garlon Green scored a game-high 20 points, including the 1,000th of his career, but Oklahoma State proved to be too much on its home court, downing the Frogs by a count on Jan. 9 in Stillwater. Green reached the 20-point plateau for the third time in five games, dropping 8-of-15 shots from the field. TCU needed Green s efforts, as the rest of the squad struggled on the offensive end for much of the evening, finishing the contest shooting only 36.2% from the floor while committing a seasonhigh 21 turnovers. Kyan Anderson joined Green in double figures with 10 points. OSU took an early lead and never looked back, running out to a advantage at intermission after leading by as many as 17 points in the opening half. The Frogs struggled to find their offense in the first period, with the exception of Green, who totaled 14 points in the frame. TCU shot only 33.3% from the floor in the stanza, while the Cowboys had no such problems, scoring at a 61.9% clip. LAST TIME OUT: #9 KANSAS 74, TCU 48 *Box score available on page 28 TCU started slow out of the gate and was unable to recover, dropping a road decision at No. 9 Kansas on Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence. KU jumped on top of TCU from the game s outset, grabbing an 11-0 lead in the opening minutes on its way to taking a 29-point advantage into halftime. The Frogs struggled mightily from the field in the first 20 minutes, making only 4-of-23 field-goal attempts and missing all seven of their 3 s. The squad also turned the ball over 10 times in the period, resulting in 16 Kansas points. Devonta Abron totaled seven of TCU s nine first-half points. While TCU struggled early, KU s game was sharp. The squad drilled nearly 53% of its shots overall, including an even 50% from beyond the arc. Kansas clamped down on the Frogs defensively, holding TCU to its lowest point total in a half (nine) since records started being tracked in the 1970s. Abron finished as TCU s top scorer (career-high 18 points) and rebounder (nine boards). Kyan Anderson also scored in double figures for the fifth straight game with 11 points. TCU-KANSAS POST 4Abron topped his previous best of 17 points set during the Nov. 29 home win over Southern Utah. 4Abron led the Frogs in both points and boards for the sixth time this season in each category. 4Chris Zurcher dished out a career-high three assists while leading the Frogs in the category for the first time ever. 4Kemal Dincer scored the first points of his TCU career on a long jumper with just over a minute remaining in the contest. BIG // #4

5 RANKED TEAMS BEWARE TCU has experienced recent success against ranked opponents, especially in games played at the DMC. 4TCU has won three of its last six meetings with ranked teams stretching back to last season. One of the losses came in overtime. 4TCU is 1-2 this season against ranked squads, downing No. 5/5 Kansas (62-55) on Feb. 6 and falling to No. 16/18 Kansas State (67-54) on Jan. 16 and No. 9/9 KU (48-74) on Feb TCU won two-straight matchups against top-20 foes last season in February home dates with No. 11/14 UNLV (102-97) and No. 18/21 New Mexico (83-64). It marked the first time in history the Frogs had defeated top-20 teams in succession. 4The Frogs nearly made it three wins in a row over ranked teams last season, dropping a decision to No. 21/23 San Diego State in their regular-season finale at home. ABRON HAS ARRIVED Newcomer Devonta Abron has teamed with returning starter Adrick McKinney to provide TCU with a physical presence on the interior this season. 4Abron leads TCU this season in blocked shots and field-goal percentage, is No. 3 in rebounding and No. 4 in scoring. 4Abron s current individual field-goal percentage of 55.7% would rank No. 9 in TCU single-season history. 4Abron has led TCU six times this season in scoring and rebounding, both of which rank third on the team. 4Abron has led TCU in rebounding three of the last four games and in points twice in the last four contests. 4Abron has reached double figures in rebounds twice this season and a team-high six times in his career, including 11 Feb. 19 vs. Texas. 4Abron has held his own inside in Big 12 play against some much larger frontcourts. He has five double-figure scoring efforts during league action, including a career-high 18 points to go with nine rebounds during a Feb. 23 loss at No. 9 Kansas. 4Abron set his previous career scoring high with 17 points on 6-of-9 shooting during the Nov. 29 win over Southern Utah. 4Abron led TCU with 16 points and a career-high four blocked shots during the Jan. 5 Big 12 opener vs. Texas Tech. The four blocks marked the most for a Frog since the season. 4Abron burst onto the scene this season with a solid fivegame stretch that saw him score in double figures four times. 4He averaged 11.8 ppg during the stretch, shot 71.9% from the floor (23-of-32) and pulled down 7.8 rpg. He opened the season with figures of 3.0 ppg, 3.7 rpg and 33.3% in the first three games. 4Abron recorded his first double-double Nov. 20 vs. Navy, matching a career high with 13 points and pulling down 12 rebounds. 4Abron is no stranger to high-level competition. He transferred to TCU this past offseason after making 22 starts as a true freshman for Arkansas in He led the Razorbacks in rebounding for the season. 4A prized recruit in high school, Abron was a Parade All- American as a senior at Dallas Seagoville High School. ANDERSON DIRECTS OFFENSIVE ATTACK Kyan Anderson has continued to progress in his second year on the Frogs roster after posting one of the best campaigns for a Frog freshman in recent memory last season. 4Anderson has been TCU s on-court leader, pacing the squad in scoring, 3-pointers, assists, steals and minutes played. 4Anderson also tops the team in double-figure scoring efforts (15) and is second in games leading the team in scoring (seven). His 15 games pacing TCU in assists are more than twice that of any other Frog. 4Anderson ranks among the Big 12 leaders in minutes played (No. 5), steals (T-No. 6), assists (No. 8), assist/turnover ratio (No. 9), 3-pointers (No. 12) and scoring (No. 18). 4Anderson has scored in double figures five straight games, a new career-long streak. 4Anderson became the first Frog with three consecutive 20-point outings since Corey Santee went four straight in with three solid efforts Nov. 24 and Dec. 4. 4Anderson has matched his career high in assists twice this season with eight helpers. 4Anderson totaled a career-high 35 points during a victory over UAB on Nov. 24 at the South Padre Invitational to help earn a spot on the All-Tournament Team. 4The 35-point effort figure is the No. 1 figure this season for a Big 12 player and also marked the top scoring game for a Frog since Kevin Langford totaled 36 vs. Wyoming on Jan. 21, Anderson has played in every game since he arrived on campus and leads TCU with a streak of 49 consecutive starts. 4Anderson was among the watch list of candidates for the 2013 Bob Cousy Award honoring the nation s top point guard. 4Anderson was named 2012 Mountain West Freshman of the Year, becoming the first Frog to win such an award since Damion Walker was the 1996 Southwest Conference honoree. His 22 starts were the most for a TCU freshman since Femi Ibikunle totaled 28 in , while his 90 assists were the most since Corey Santee s 180 in DEFENSE IS KEY IN TCU has made major strides in improving its defensive play this season after struggling in the area in TCU is No. 3 in the Big 12 and No. 48 in the NCAA in opponent scoring average (61.1 ppg). The figure would rank as the best for the squad since (58.7 ppg). 4The comparison between defensive figures from last year to this year is staggering: Category (rank) (rank) Scoring Defense 61.1 (No. 48) 72.1 (No. 286) FG Pct. Defense 43.2% (No. 197) 47.8% (No. 327) 3FG Pct. Defense 34.3% (No. 207) 37.4% (No. 306) 4TCU also is No. 39 nationally in fewest 3 s allowed (135). 4TCU recorded one of its best defensive performances in years during its Feb. 6 home win over No. 6 Kansas, limiting the Jayhawks to only 55 points, including just 13 in the first half, on 29.5% shooting. KU went was only 3-of-22 on 3-point attempts. 4KU s shooting rate was its lowest in a game since , while the 17 field goals were its fewest since The Jayhawks 13 first-half points marked their fewest in any half since the school began tracking such records in TCU forced a season-high 24 turnovers during the Jan. 9 loss at Oklahoma State. The Cowboys previous high for miscues this season was 17. 4TCU allowed 50 points or fewer five times in non-conference play. Its five previous efforts stretched back over the previous 127 games back to The 39 points scored by Prairie View A&M on Nov. 18 marked the fewest for a Frog opponent since Colgate had 37 on Dec. 30, BIG // #5 TCU S RECORD WHEN... November 6-2 December 3-2 January 0-7 February 1-6 March 0-0 Sundays 2-0 Mondays 1-1 Tuesdays 2-2 Wednesdays 1-3 Thursdays 1-1 Fridays 1-1 Saturdays 2-9 Overtime 0-0 On Television 9-16 Leading at the half 7-1 Trailing at the half 3-16 Tied at the half 0-0 Out-shooting the opposition 10-1 Out-shot by the opposition 0-16 Shooting the same 0-0 Shooting 50% or higher 3-0 Shooting % 4-2 Shooting % 1-0 Shooting % 1-9 Shooting 34.9% or lower 1-6 Opposition shoots 50% or higher 1-7 Opposition shoots % 2-5 Opposition shoots % 1-3 Opposition shoots % 2-1 Opposition shoots 34.9% or lower 4-1 Out-rebounding the opposition 5-6 Out-rebounded by the opposition 5-10 Rebounds are equal 0-1 Committing more turnovers 4-9 Committing fewer turnovers 5-6 Turnovers are equal 1-2 Scoring 80 or more points 0-0 Scoring points 2-0 Scoring points 5-1 Scoring 59 points or fewer 3-16 Allowing 80 or more points 0-2 Allowing points 1-4 Allowing points 2-8 Allowing 59 points or fewer 7-4 vs. Top-25 Opponents 1-2 vs NCAA Tournament Qualifiers 2-10 vs. Other Postseason Qualifiers LEADERS SCORING Green (8) Anderson (7) Abron (6) McKinney (4) Hill Jr. (2) Fields (1) Ray (1) 30+ POINTS Anderson (1) Green (1) 20+ POINTS Green (5) Anderson (3) 10+ POINTS Anderson (15) Green (11) Abron (9) McKinney (9) Crossland (7) Butler Lind (4) Ray (3) Hill Jr. (2) Fields (1) REBOUNDS McKinney (12) Crossland (8) Abron (6) Green (4) Hill Jr. (1) 20+ REBOUNDS McKinney (1) 10+ REBOUNDS Crossland (4) Abron (2) McKinney (2) Green (1) ASSISTS Anderson (15) Butler Lind (6) Green (4) Abron (2) McKinney (2) Smith III (2) Crossland (1) Ray (1) Zurcher (1) 5+ ASSISTS Anderson (7) DOUBLE-DOUBLES McKinney (2) Abron (1) Crossland (1)

6 STREAKS TEAM W/L - OVERALL Overall L, 5 Home L, 2 Road L, 8 Neutral site W, 1 Unranked teams L, 11 TEAM W/L - RANKED OPPONENTS Ranked teams overall L, 1 last win: Feb. 6, 2013 vs. #5 Kansas Ranked teams home W, 1 last win: Feb. 6, 2013 vs. #5 Kansas Ranked teams road L, 21 last win: Jan. 19, 1998 at #24 Hawaii Ranked teams neutral site L, 11 last win: Dec. 27, 1986 vs. #6 Oklahoma LEADING TCU IN SCORING Abron 1 LEADING TCU IN REBOUNDS Abron 2 LEADING TCU IN ASSISTS Zurcher 1 DOUBLE-FIGURE SCORING GAMES Anderson 5 Abron 1 GAMES WITH A 3-POINTER Anderson 6 Green 3 Hill Jr. 1 GAMES PLAYED (10 or more) Green 105 Anderson 60 McKinney 48 Crossland 40 Abron 27 Butler Lind 19 Hill Jr. 14 GAMES STARTED Anderson 48 Green 26 Crossland 6 Butler Lind 2 McKinney 1 MISCELLANEOUS STATS DUNKS - SEASON 19 Crossland (8) Green (3) McKinney (3) Hill Jr. (2) Abron (1) Fields (1) Ray (1) CHARGES TAKEN - SEASON 32 Crossland (8) Ray (6) Green (5) Abron (4) Hill Jr. (3) Smith III (2) Anderson (1) Butler Lind (1) McKinney (1) Zurcher (1) DOUBLE DOUBLES - CAREER 8 McKinney (3) Crossland (2) Green (2) Abron (1) 30-POINT GAMES - CAREER 2 Anderson (1) Green (1) 20-POINT GAMES - CAREER 15 Green (8) Anderson (5) Fields (2) 10-REBOUND GAMES - CAREER 18 Abron (6) Crossland (5) McKinney (4) Green (3) LONGEST RUN - TCU TEAM Nov. 12 vs. Centenary (2nd Half) LONGEST RUN - TCU PLAYER Kyan Anderson, Dec. 4 vs. Houston (2nd Half) 12 points 12 points GREEN MEANS GO Garlon Green, the most seasoned veteran on TCU s roster, continues to put the final touches on a solid career while leading the Frogs in their inaugural Big 12 campaign. 4Green is TCU s active leader in points (1,097), rebounds (440), 3-pointers (117), games played (124) and starts (79). He ranks No. 2 all-time at TCU in career games played, No. 6 in minutes (3,120) and No. 22 in points. 4Green became the 31st member of the Frogs 1,000-point club during the Jan. 9 road loss at Oklahoma State on a jumper late in the first half. It was part of a performance that saw him score 20 of TCU s 45 points against the Cowboys. 4Green also recorded his 400th career rebound earlier this season vs. Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30). He is just the 20th Frog with 1,000 points and 400 boards. 4Green is No. 2 on the team this season in scoring average and No. 4 in rebounding. He has started all 27 contests and owns an active streak of 104 consecutive games played. 4Green has recorded five 20-plus point performances this season and ranks No. 5 in the Big 12 with eight in his career. 4Green was instrumental in TCU s Feb. 6 home win over No. 5 Kansas, scoring a game-high 20 points. The game marked his 100th consecutive appearance as a Frog. 4Green put together the best stretch of his career between road matchups at Tulsa (Dec. 8) and Oklahoma State (Jan. 9), averaging a team-high 18.4 ppg over six games. He led TCU in points four games and scored at least 20 three times. 4Green s play has spiked this season after moving outside the arc in TCU s lineup. He played the forward position in TCU s opening nine games before sliding into the No. 3 spot. Green averaged just 7.8 ppg prior to the move. 4Green is 22-of-62 on 3-point attempts since moving outside after starting the season 0-for-5. He hit his 100th career trey during the Dec. 18 home win over Southern. 4Green put up a career-best 31 points in the Dec. 22 win at Rice. He broke his previous high of 24 set exactly one year earlier during a Dec. 22, 2011 home win over Grambling State. 4The only player on this year s roster with more than two years in the program, Green was named a team co-captain in the preseason along with teammate Amric Fields. He was the team s leading returning scorer each of the last two seasons. BUTLER LIND RAISES HIS GAME Nate Butler Lind has proven to be an important under-theradar player for TCU this season. 4Butler Lind, who has started 20 of the 26 games in which he has played, ranks No. 2 on the team in assists, No. 3 in minutes played and No. 6 in scoring. 4Butler Lind currently is in one of the best offensive stretches of his career. He has recorded three of his five career doublefigure scoring efforts in the last eight games, including a career-best 12 points Feb. 19 vs. Texas. 4Butler Lind s scoring average has nearly doubled from last season, when he averaged just 2.6 ppg. He is taking his shot more often, firing 4.8 spg compared to just 3.0 last year. 4Butler Lind has scored at least four points in 18 of 26 games, a figure he reached only nine times in 33 contests as a junior. 4Butler Lind has found his stroke from beyond the arc in Big 12 play, shooting 41.2% (7-of-17) compared to just 21.4% (3-of- 14) in non-conference action. 4Like junior college teammate Connell Crossland, Butler Lind already has set career highs for points, assists and blocked shots in a season. 4Head coach Trent Johnson has often singled out Butler Lind s high energy and unselfish play following games this season. CROSSLAND CLOSING CAREER STRONG Connell Crossland has been a steady player for TCU since arriving on campus in , but he has taken his game to another level since the start of the Big 12 schedule. 4Crossland is fifth on the team in scoring and second in rebounding despite starting only 12 of 27 contests. He ranks 15th in the Big 12 in rebounding. 4Since the start of the Big 12 schedule, Crossland leads TCU in rebounding and is No. 10 in the Big 12. He is the team s fifthleading scorer in league play. 4Crossland is in the midst of the best stretch of his career, having combined for 81 points (9.0 ppg) and 68 rebounds (7.6 rpg) over the past nine games. He has scored in double figures five times after doing so only twice in his previous 50 career contests. 4Crossland set a new career scoring high during the Feb. 9 home loss to West Virginia with 13 points. He made 7-of-9 freethrow attempts, also personal bests, and led TCU on the glass for a third straight game with nine boards. 4Crossland provided TCU with a huge performance during the previous game, a home win over No. 5 Kansas, by totaling a career-high 15 boards to go with eight points. It was his second straight game with at least 12 rebounds. 4The effort vs. Kansas marked Crossland s team-high fourth this season, and fifth in his career, with at least 10 boards. His performances against KU and WVU earned him TCU s first Big 12 Player of the Week honor. 4Crossland scored 10-plus points in back-to-back games for the first time in his career Jan. 23 at West Virginia (11) and Jan. 26 vs. Baylor (12). 4Crossland has scored at least eight points 13 times compared to only three times all of last season. He has already set career highs for points, rebounds, steals, blocked shots and minutes played in a season. 4Crossland has one double-double this season against Centenary (12 points, 10 rebounds) with two additional near misses Dec. 22 at Rice (nine points and 11 boards) and Feb. 2 at Texas (eight points and 12 boards). 4Crossland made eight straight starts at the end of last season, including both of TCU s victories over ranked teams in wins vs. No. 11 UNLV and No. 18 New Mexico. MCKINNEY STEPPING UP DOWN LOW Adrick McKinney looks essentially like a new player on the court for TCU in his second and final season as a Horned Frog. 4McKinney leads TCU in rebounding (No. 12 in Big 12) and is No. 3 on the team in scoring average. Since the start of Big 12 play, he is No. 7 in the conference in offensive rebounding. 4McKinney has led TCU on the glass a team-high 12 times, each in the last 21 games. He had paced the squad only five times in 37 career contests entering the current stretch. 4McKinney has already set personal bests this season for points, rebounds and blocked shots in a season. 4McKinney s breakout performance came in TCU s home loss to Houston, when he recorded a 10-point, 20-rebound effort. The 20 boards are tied for the most by a Big 12 player this season (Isaiah Austin, Baylor) and were the most by a Frog since Jamal Brown had 26 during a Dec. 23, 2001 win over North Texas. 4McKinney set a new scoring high during the Jan. 16 home loss to Kansas State, leading TCU with 18 points. He went 6-of- 8 from the floor and added a team-high nine rebounds. 4McKinney has scored at least seven points in 16 of the last 21 games. He only had two such efforts in the first six games. 4McKinney leads TCU with two double-doubles this season and three in his career. BIG // #6

7 KING OF THE HILL, JR. True freshman Charles Hill Jr., who made only one appearance in TCU s opening seven contests, has burst onto the scene with the start of the Big 12 season. 4Hill has made six starts at shooting guard for TCU in conference play. He has logged an average of 22.4 minutes in Big 12 play after totaling only 29 minutes all season entering the current stretch. 4Hill has scored 63 of his 68 points in Big 12 action. He has led TCU twice in the category and is No. 7 on the team in scoring average during conference play. 4Hill earned his first career start in TCU s Jan. 12 matchup at Baylor, leading the squad with career highs in both points (12) and rebounds (eight). He played 38 minutes, matching Kyan Anderson for the team lead. 4Hill saw his first major action in TCU s Jan. 9 loss at Oklahoma State, scoring what was then his career best of five points in 24 minutes off the bench. 4Hill arrived at TCU following a standout career at Fort Worth s Trimble Tech High School. The No. 27 player in Texas and a three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, he was a two-time all-district honoree who averaged 16.0 points and 3.1 steals per game while leading the Bulldogs to a 30-5 record and league championship as a senior. FROGS HIT HARD BY INJURIES Jarvis Ray became the third different Frog to fall to a major injury during the Dec. 18 home win over Southern, joining Amric Fields and Aaron Durley, who are both out for the season. 4Ray experienced an injury to his left foot that will sideline him until at least late February. He suffered the injury landing on a Southern player s foot on a jump shot late in the game. 4Ray had played in 10 of TCU s first 11 games with nine starts. He ranked fifth on the team in scoring and third in assists at the time of his injury. 4Ray scored 56 points for TCU this season after having only 62 points in 39 games entering the year. He reached double figures in points in games No. 2-4, including a career-high 14 points vs. SMU (Nov. 15). He had scored 10 points or more just one time in his career prior to the stretch. 4It wasn t just been Ray s offensive efforts that TCU misses. He also leads the team with six opponent charge fouls drawn. 4Fields suffered a major knee injury just 12 seconds into TCU s home matchup with SMU in the third game of the season. The injury happened on a non-contact play in which he caught the ball running across the lane and attempted to make a cut toward the hoop. 4Big things were expected of Fields after he became TCU s first-ever conference sixth man of the year last season as a sophomore. He underwent knee surgery on Dec Durley also suffered a major knee injury on another noncontact play in preseason workouts, experiencing the setback after coming down with a rebound. Durley underwent surgery and will redshirt this season. He was looked at as an important addition to the Frogs frontcourt in the offseason. FROGS REACHING THE LINE TCU has had success reaching the charity stripe this season, especially in Big 12 action. 4Overall this season, TCU has attempted 73 more free throws than its opponents, an average margin of +2.7 pg. 4TCU has seen even more opportunities since the start of Big 12 play, making 50 more attempts, an average margin of +3.6 pg. 4TCU has attempted more free throws than the opponent in eight of its 14 Big 12 contests. 4TCU has finished its conference schedule with more freethrow attempts than opponents only once since TCU still has work to do in taking advantage of the opportunities, ranking last in the Big 12 in free-throw shooting overall and in league games. KEEPING IT CLOSE TCU has made a habit of playing close games during its victories this season, with 10 contests being decided by seven points or fewer. 4TCU has erased second-half deficits in six of its 10 wins. 4TCU overcame a 14-point deficit in its Nov. 18 win over Prairie View A&M, the fifth time since the start of last season the squad won after trailing by double digits. 4TCU led the nation last season with a school-record 13 wins coming by six points or fewer. The figure was three more than in any previous season in program history. SELLING OUT THE DMC TCU set a new single-game attendance record at 52-year-old Daniel Meyer Coliseum during its Feb. 6 victory over Kansas with a figure of 7,412. 4The sellout marked the 37th for a TCU men s game at Daniel- Meyer Coliseum. It broke the previous men s attendance mark of 7,267 set against No. 1 Kansas on Dec. 1, The previous attendance record for any game was set earlier this season when 7,394 fans showed up to see the TCU women s team play No. 1 Baylor. 4The victory against Kansas boosted TCU s all-time record in sold-out DMC games to For a full list of sellouts in the building s history, see the sidebar on page 9. HOME SWEET HOME AT THE DMC TCU has notched 448 triumphs in the 50-year history of Daniel- Meyer Coliseum and has posted a winning percentage of.627 ( ) on its home court. 4Over the past 16 seasons, the Frogs have accumulated a (.678) overall record at the DMC while posting at least 10 home victories on 12 occasions. NON-CONFERENCE SUCCESS TCU experienced a fast start to the season with a 9-4 mark in non-conference play. 4TCU s.692 final non-conference winning percentage marked its best figure since going 10-4 (.714) in TCU went 7-2 in non-conference at home. The squad s losses came by a combined nine points to SMU and Houston. 4TCU has finished with a winning non-conference record each season since INDIVIDUAL CAREER HIGHS POINTS Anderson 35 (11/23/12 vs. UAB) Green 31 (12/22/12 at Rice) Fields 26 (12/28/10 vs. Chicago State) McKinney 18 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) Abron 18 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Ray 14 (11/15/12 vs. SMU) Crossland 13 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) Butler Lind 12 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) Hill Jr. 12 (1/12/13 at Baylor) Zurcher 9 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Gore 6, 2x (last 12/5/11 at Providence) Montigel 5 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Smith III 5 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) Dincer 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) REBOUNDS McKinney 20 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) Abron 16 (12/3/11 at UConn) Crossland 15 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) Green 12 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Butler Lind 9 (1/11/12 vs. UTPA) Hill Jr. 8 (1/12/13 at Baylor) Fields 7 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) Anderson 6 (1/18/12 at UNLV) Ray 5, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) Gore 4 (12/5/11 at Providence) Smith III 4 (11/23/12 vs. Northwestern) Montigel 3, 2x (last 11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Zurcher 2 (12/22/12 at Rice) Dincer - ASSISTS Anderson 8, 4x (last 2/19/13 vs. Texas) Butler Lind 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) Crossland 4 (12/22/11 vs. Grambling State) Green 4, 4x (last 1/23/13 at West Virgina) Abron 3 (11/30/11 vs. Miss. Valley State) Fields 3, 2x (last 2/1/12 vs. Wyoming) McKinney 3, 3x (last 11/24/12 vs. UAB) Ray 3, 3x (last 11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Smith III 3 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) Zurcher 3 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Hill Jr. 2 (2/16/13 at Iowa State) Montigel 2 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Gore 1, 3x (last 12/3/1 at Iowa) Dincer - STEALS Anderson 5, 2x (last 12/8/12 at Tulsa) Abron 3, 2x (last 1/21/12 vs. Michigan) Butler Lind 3, 3x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Crossland 3 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Fields 3 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Green 3, 2x (last 1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) McKinney 3, 2x (last 1/11/12 vs. UTPA) Ray 3 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Hill Jr. 2 (1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) Smith III 2 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Dincer 1 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) Gore 1, 3x (last 12/3/11 at Iowa) Zurcher 1, 4x (last 12/18/12 vs. Southern) Montigel 1 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) BLOCKED SHOTS Abron 4 (1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Crossland 3 (1/23/13 at West Virgina) Fields 3 (11/26/11 vs. Houston) McKinney 3 (1/21/12 vs. Boise State) Butler Lind 2, 4x (last 2/19/13 vs. Texas) Green 2, 7x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Anderson 1 (11/20/11 vs. Norfolk State) Hill Jr. 1, 4x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Ray 1, 4x (last 12/18/12 vs. Southern) Smith III 1 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Dincer 1 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) Gore - Montigel - Zurcher - BIG // #7

8 2013 EARLY SIGNING CLASS MISCELLANEOUS NOTES 4TCU had connected on at least one 3-pointer in 443 straight TCU announced the details of arguably the top recruiting class in school history on Nov. 14, as head coach Trent Johnson s staff inked three talented players to Early National Letters of Intent. Each of the three players earned national rankings from at least one outlet, including one of the nation s top-50 players and another listed among the top-150. I can t overstate how excited we are to have these three young student-athletes joining our TCU basketball family, Johnson said. Not only are they very gifted basketball players, they are also quality young men. In choosing TCU, they have demonstrated courage and a commitment to establishing a basketball tradition at TCU. They will bring an element of competitiveness and toughness that we are looking for as we move our program forward into the Big 12 era of TCU Basketball. BRANDON PARRISH F Arlington, Texas (Seguin HS) The first player to commit to TCU for next year s class, Parrish has been rated as the nation s No. 143 overall player for the Class of 2013 and the No. 25 small forward by Rivals.com... rated as the nation s No. 27 shooting guard by ESPN and the No. 15 overall player in the state of Texas... owns great size and athletic ability with a college-ready physique... a dangerous 3-point shooting threat who also is explosive enough to take defenders to the rim... averaged 14.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game as a junior for a Seguin squad that won the District 7-4A title... named First-Team All-District 7-4A in coached at Seguin by Bobby Thigpen... plays AAU ball for the Urban DFW Elite squad coached by Jazzy Hartwell... an AAU teammate of fellow TCU signee Karviar Shepherd... selected TCU over other offers from a selection of schools that included Marquette, Iowa, Oklahoma State and Miami. KARVIAR SHEPHERD C Dallas, Texas (Prime Prep Academy) One of the nation s most sought-after prospects, Shepard is the highest-rated prospect to ever sign with TCU... rated the No. 46 overall player for the Class of 2013 by Rivals.com and the No. 3 center... the No. 48 overall player according to both ESPN and Scout.com... awarded four stars by both Rivals and Scout... listed as the No. 7 overall player in the state of Texas by ESPN... was selected to compete at the 2012 National Basketball Players Association Top 100 Camp as one of the nation s premier recruits... an imposing interior presence, he is a dominant rebounder and shot blocker with the ability to face up from the free-throw line or elbow on the offensive end of the court... also possesses outstanding leadership skills... played his freshman and sophomore seasons at DeSoto High School and sat out his junior campaign at Arlington Grace Prep before transferring to Prime Prep... plays AAU ball for the Urban DFW Elite squad coached by Jazzy Hartwell... was an AAU teammate of fellow TCU signee Brandon Parrish... selected TCU over other offers from a host of schools that included Baylor, Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas A&M. MICHAEL WILLIAMS G San Antonio, Texas (Reagan HS) A heady point-guard prospect, Williams was rated as a three-star recruit by both Rivals.com and Scout.com... listed as the No. 17 player in the state of Texas by ESPN.com... toughminded floor leader who has outstanding leadership skills and the ability to score in a variety of ways... posted single-game averages of 12.6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists as a junior for a Reagan squad that advanced to the area round of the Class 5A playoffs in 2012 despite missing time due to injury... coached at Reagan by John Hirst... named one of the top 13 players at the Great American Shootout in Carrollton, Texas... plays AAU ball for the South Texas Irish squad coached by Lance Carew... also received recruiting interest from a group of schools that included Utah, Nebraska, Creighton and Penn. games dating back to prior to being held without one during the Nov. 23 loss to Northwestern. The streak, which ranked No. 3 among Big 12 teams, stretched back to a November 22, 1997 home win over LIU-Brooklyn. 4TCU s new 3-point streak now stands at 21 games. The squad has connected on at least one trey in 680 of its last 682 contests dating back to a Feb. 11, 1990 game vs. Texas. 4The Frogs have posted an all-time record of (.426) in overtime games and (.547) in overtime games at Daniel- Meyer Coliseum. TCU is a combined 4-0 in games that last past two overtimes in its history. TCU CONFERENCE HISTORY TCU s arrival in the Big 12 Conference marks the program s fifth different league in the 102nd year of the program following stints in the Southwest Conference ( ), Western Athletic Conference ( ), Conference USA ( ) and Mountain West ( ). The Horned Frogs also briefly had plans to join the Big East Conference for this season prior to accepting a bid to play in the Big 12. 4TCU s records in its previous five conferences: Conference Overall Conference SWC WAC C-USA MWC FROGS VS. THE BIG 12 TCU owns a long history with several current members of the Big 12, having previously played in the Southwest Conference with Baylor, Texas and Texas Tech. Entering the season, the squad had faced each school in the league s current format at least four times with the exception of West Virginia, which it had never played. 4TCU s series histories against Baylor (170 games), Texas (166 games) and Tech (119 games) rank No. 3, No. 4 and No. 7 among the lengthiest in the history of the program. 4TCU s records against its new conference rivals: Team Record Baylor Iowa State 5-3 Kansas 1-5 Kansas State 2-4 Oklahoma 2-9 Oklahoma State 2-17 Texas Texas Tech West Virginia 0-2 A TEXAS FLAVOR Eleven of the 16 players on this year s Horned Frogs roster are Texas natives, the highest figure for the squad since , when 13 of 16 players were from the Lone Star State. 4TCU has four hometown products on the roster who hail from Fort Worth (Kyan Anderson, Charles Hill Jr., Adrick McKinney and Thomas Montigel) and six when including the entire Metroplex with Dallas native Devonta Abron and Coppell product Andrew Whitthorne. 4The last time TCU did not have at least one Metroplex native on the roster was TCU s second-most popular recruiting region has been Houston, as Aaron Durley, Garlon Green and Clyde Smith III each hail from the area. A GLANCE BACK AT TCU is trying to build off its most successful season in several years, as the Frogs overall record in marked the program s first winning season since (21-14). 4The 18 wins were four more than in any year since TCU finished fifth in the Mountain West with a 7-7 league record. The wins total matched the team s most conference victories in its seven MW seasons despite playing two fewer league games (14) than in previous years (16). 4The team s CBI appearance marked its first national postseason tournament since an NIT quarterfinals run in The 14-3 home record matched the program s best since a 15-1 mark in TCU defeated a pair of top-20 foes in the same season for the first time in program history in wins vs. No. 11 UNLV and No. 18 New Mexico. FAMILY TIES The Frogs have six players with family ties to professional and collegiate basketball in Garlon Green, Connell Crossland, Devonta Abron, Thomas Montigel, Nate Butler Lind and Kemal Dincer. 4Green s brother, Gerald Jr., went directly from high school to the NBA and was drafted by the Boston Celtics with the 18th overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft. Gerald Green signed to play for the Indiana Pacers for the season and recently competed in the Slam Dunk Competition at NBA All-Star Weekend for the third time. He won the event in 2007 as a Celtic. 4Crossland s cousin is 12-year NBA veteran Larry Hughes, who played college ball one year for St. Louis before being taken No. 8 overall by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1998 NBA Draft. Hughes most recently played for the Charlotte Bobcats. 4Abron also has a cousin with an NBA background in former Los Angeles Clipper Willie Warren. Warren, a standout at Oklahoma from , currently plays with Maccabi Rishon LeZion in Israel. 4Montigel s father, Bill, is in his 23rd season as TCU s men s golf coach. Prior to his current role, he served eight seasons as an assistant basketball coach and top recruiter at TCU under legendary former head coach Jim Killingsworth. 4Several of Bill Montigel s recruits were key performers on the Frogs back-to-back Southwest Conference championship teams in 1986 and 1987, including TCU Hall of Famer Jaime Dixon, who is now the head coach at Pitt. 4Butler Lind s father, Mario Butler, was an eighth-round selection in the 1979 NBA Draft by Golden State before later becoming a legend in South American basketball while playing professionally in Puerto Rico. 4Butler Lind s sister, Jessica, played college basketball for Canisius from 1998 through Dincer hails from a notable family on the Turkish basketball scene, as both his father (Kemal) and grandfather (Altan) played for the Turkish National Team and won national championships with club team Fenerbahce. His father currently is the general manager for Fenerbahce. BIG // #8

9 JOHNSON TAKES PROGRAM REIGNS New head coach Trent Johnson brought an impressive resume with him to TCU, having served previous stints as head coach at Nevada ( ), Stanford ( ) and LSU ( ). 4Johnson has posted winning marks in each of his three previous head coaching stops at Nevada (79-74), Stanford (80-47) and LSU (67-64). 4Johnson has been named coach of the year in each of the three leagues in which he has worked: the WAC (2003), Pac-10 (2008) and SEC (2009). 4Johnson has guided teams to eight postseason tournament appearances in his 13 seasons, including five NCAA Tournament bids. He led both Nevada (2004) and Stanford (2008) to the Sweet 16. 4Johnson has a history of producing talented players. Two of his pupils (Kirk Snyder-2004 Nevada; Marcus Thornton-2009 LSU) were named conference player of the year. He has seen nine players reach the NBA during his head-coaching career. 4TCU fans may remember Johnson from his time as head coach at Nevada, which the Frogs shared WAC membership with during the season. TCU was 2-0 against Johnson s Wolf Pack team during his second year in Reno. ABOUT THE STAFF Arriving at TCU alongside Trent Johnson were four new staff members, assistant coaches Donny Guerinoni, Brent Scott and Pooh Williamson and director of operations Chris Tifft. 4Guerinoni owns a long association with Johnson dating back to his days as a Nevada player from 1999 through 2001, when he was the first recruit to sign with Johnson s Wolf Pack program. 4Following his playing days, Guerinoni later followed Johnson to Stanford, serving as the Director of Basketball Operations from 2004 through 2006 before being elevated to an assistant coach for two seasons ( ). He spent the last four seasons on Johnson s LSU staff as an assistant coach from 2008 through Scott also arrived at TCU from LSU, where he served on Johnson s staff all four seasons. Prior to his time at LSU, he was an assistant for one year at his alma mater, Rice. Scott s connection to Johnson dates back to his playing days, when Johnson was an assistant coach with the Owls. 4Scott put together a long professional run following college that saw him play for 16 different teams and in eight different leagues in five countries over 14 years. He reached the NBA with the Indiana Pacers in Williamson, who owns 16 years experience as a college coach, joined the TCU staff following one season at SMU. He has been a part of coaching staffs that have guided teams to seven NCAA Tournament bids in the last 11 years. 4In addition to his time at SMU, Williamson also served stints at Texas A&M ( ), Wichita State ( ), Tulsa ( ), Tulane ( ), Illinois State ( ) and Washington State ( ). He was a four-year letterwinner for Tulsa from 1991 through Tifft joined the TCU staff from the junior college ranks, having he served the previous eight seasons as a head coach at New Mexico Junior College and Lamar (Colo.) Community College. 4Tifft also held prior ties to Johnson, having served as an assistant coach on Johnson s Nevada staff during his first two seasons in Reno from 1999 through INCREASED EXPOSURE TCU will play on television a school-record 29 times during its 31-game regular-season schedule following the addition of 11 telecasts in conjunction with the school s exclusive deal with Fox Sports Net that was announced in September. All TCU non-conference home games, as well as its Big 12 home matchups against Texas Tech (Jan. 5) and Oklahoma (March 9), will be carried on FOX Sports Southwest as part of TCU s third-tier broadcast rights granted through the new Big 12 television contract. In addition to its home FSSW contests, the Frogs will have nine conference games carried on the Big 12 Network syndicated package, four on ESPNU, and one each one ESPN2 and Texas Longhorn network. TCU will play an additional FSSW road game at Tulsa, while its fourth and final contest in the South Padre Island Invitational against either Illinois State or UAB will be broadcast by CBS Sports Network. TWO FROGS NAMED ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 Thomas Montigel and Chris Zurcher were among 22 studentathletes who were named to the Academic All-Big 12 Men s Basketball Team on Feb. 14. Both Montigel and Zurcher were included on the seven-player Academic All-Big 12 Second Team, which requires a minimum grade-point average of 3.0 over at least two semesters. A total of 15 conference student-athletes were named to the first team, which requires a 3.2 GPA or better. Freshman and transfers are not considered for the honor, while all other individuals must compete in 60 percent of their teams games to make the list. The recognition marked the first career academic honors for both Frogs. TOP ALL-TIME DMC CROWDS ALL GAMES Rnk Att. Date Opponent W/L Score 1. 7,412 2/6/13 #5 Kansas W ,267 12/1/03 #1 Kansas L ,260 1/12/83 #16 Houston L ,258 2/19/11 #7 BYU L ,232 2/19/72 Texas A&M L ,232 2/17/72 SMU W ,232 2/6/71 Baylor W ,232 1/31/70 Baylor W ,223 2/22/86 Texas W ,218 11/04/04 Texas Tech W ,216 1/31/87 Arkansas W ,201 12/3/02 Texas Tech L ,201 1/29/00 SMU W ,200 2/12/86 Texas A&M W ,166 3/15/99 Nebraska (NIT) W ,166 2/27/99 Tulsa L ,166 2/6/99 SMU L ,166 1/23/99 UNLV (ot) L ,166 2/21/98 #11 New Mexico W ,166 2/16/98 SMU W ,166 12/30/97 Oklahoma State L ,166 2/8/97 New Mexico W ,166 1/18/97 Utah L ,166 1/10/95 Texas W ,166 2/1/92 Houston W ,166 1/18/92 Texas W ,166 1/15/91 #2 Arkansas L ,166 1/25/89 Texas L ,166 2/25/87 Houston L ,166 2/21/87 Texas Tech W ,166 1/7/87 Baylor W ,166 1/14/84 Arkansas L ,166 2/27/82 Baylor W ,166 2/10/82 Texas W ,166 2/5/82 Texas A&M L ,166 2/7/81 Arkansas L ,166 1/31/76 Texas A&M L BIG // #9

10 THE LAST TIME IT HAPPENED... TCU OPPONENT 100+ POINTS 102 vs. UNLV (2/14/12) 101 at Oregon State (3/19/12) 50 OR FEWER POINTS 48 at Oklahoma (2/11/13) 50 at Tulsa (12/8/12) 40 OR FEWER POINTS 40 at Baylor (1/12/13) 39 vs. Prairie View A&M (11/18/12) 60%+ FIELD GOALS.610 (25-41) at Air Force (2/6/10).650 (39-60) at Oregon State (3/19/12) 90%+ FREE THROWS.933 (14-15) vs Utah (02/10/10).947 (18-19) at Kansas (2/23/13) 80%+ 3-POINTERS.875 (7-8) vs. Stephen F. Austin (12/8/03) N/A 70%+ 3-POINTERS.739 (17-23) at UNLV (3/13/08).700 (7-10) vs. West Virginia (2/9/13) 60%+ 3-POINTERS.667 (6-9) at Rice (12/22/12).700 (7-10) vs. West Virginia (2/9/13) POINTERS 10 vs. Milwaukee (3/13/12) 14 at Iowa State (2/16/13) POINTERS 15 vs. UNLV (1/10/09) 15 vs. Texas State (11/24/09) 60+ REBOUNDS 63 vs. Grambling State (12/30/02) 61 at SMU (1/25/97) 50+ REBOUNDS 59 vs. Rice (11/13/07) 50 vs. San Diego State (3/3/12) 30+ ASSISTS 39 vs. Central Oklahoma (12/9/00) 34 at South Florida (1/5/02) 20+ ASSISTS 26 vs. Grambling State (12/22/11) 24 at Oregon State (3/19/12) 20+ STEALS 30 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/30/00) 20 vs. Air Force (1/21/10) 15+ STEALS 15 vs. Austin College (11/14/11) 20 vs. Air Force (1/21/10) 10+ BLOCKED SHOTS 10 vs. Southern Miss (1/26/02) 14 vs. Clemson (11/15/08) 10 OR FEWER TURNOVERS 10 vs. Texas (02/19/13) 9 vs. Texas (02/19/13) 5 OR FEWER TURNOVERS 5 at Tulsa (12/30/10) 1 at Wyoming (2/28/12) 30+ TURNOVERS 31 at Houston (1/12/94) 35 vs. Austin College (11/11/11) PLAYER W/ 40+ POINTS 42, Junior Blount at Tulane (2/26/02) 45, Jimmer Fredette vs. BYU (3/10/10) PLAYER W/ 30+ POINTS 31, Garlon Green at Rice (12/22/12) 31, Colt Ryan at Evansville (12/3/11) PLAYER W/ 20+ REBOUNDS 20, Adrick McKinney vs. Houston (12/4/12) 21, Louis Truscott vs. Houston (2/1/03) PLAYER W/ 15+ REBOUNDS 15, Connell Crossland vs. Kansas (2/6/13) 15, Mike Moser vs. UNLV (1/19/12) PLAYER W/ 15+ ASSISTS 16, Greedy Daniels vs. Central Oklahoma (12/9/00) 17, Tito Maddux vs. Fresno State (1/10/01) PLAYER W/ 10+ ASSISTS 11, Hank Thorns at Air Force (3/2/11) 10, Kaylon Williams vs. Milwaukee (3/13/12) PLAYER W/ 10+ STEALS 12, Greedy Daniels vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (12/30/00) N/A PLAYER W/ 5+ STEALS 5, Kyan Anderson at Tulsa (12/8/12) 5, Marcus Smart at Oklahoma State (1/9/13) PLAYER W/ 10+ BLOCKED SHOTS 11, Derrick Davenport at Alaska-Fairbanks (11/20/99) 12, Joel Anthony at UNLV (2/7/07) PLAYER W/ 5+ BLOCKED SHOTS 5, Alvardo Parker vs. Colorado State (1/17/07) 6, Taylor Broekhuis vs. Air Force (2/22/12) PLAYER W/ 6+ 3-POINTERS 8, Hank Thorns vs. UNLV (2/14/12) 6, Phillip McDonald at New Mexico (1/26/11) ASSOCIATED PRESS TOP 25 No. School (1st place votes) Record* Points 1 Indiana (64) ,624 2 Gonzaga (1) ,530 3 Duke ,461 4 Michigan ,411 5 Miami (FL) ,317 6 Kansas ,272 7 Georgetown ,236 8 Florida ,164 9 Michigan State , Louisville , Arizona Syracuse Kansas State New Mexico Oklahoma State Ohio State Wisconsin Saint Louis Memphis Butler Notre Dame Marquette Pittsburgh Oregon Louisiana Tech Others receiving votes: Colorado State 49, Virginia Commonwealth 45, Akron 43, Wichita State 35, Saint Mary s 24, Illinois 19, Connecticut 18, UNLV 13, North Carolina 8, California 5, Middle Tennessee 2, Missouri 1, Belmont 1, Stephen F. Austin 1. USA TODAY COACHES POLL No. School (1st place votes) Record* Points 1 Indiana (28) Gonzaga (3) Duke Michigan Kansas Florida Miami (FL) Georgetown Louisville Michigan State Arizona Syracuse Kansas State New Mexico Ohio State Wisconsin Memphis Oklahoma State Saint Louis Notre Dame Butler Marquette Saint Mary s Akron Virginia Commonwealth Others receiving votes: Pittsburgh 38, Oregon 37, Middle Tennessee 29, Louisiana Tech 24, San Diego State 13, UNLV 12, Wichita State 12, Colorado State 10, Connecticut 5, Illinois 5, Oklahoma 5, North Carolina 3, California 3, UCLA 2, Belmont 1, Creighton 1, Kentucky 1. * - Records as of date of poll release (Feb. 25). BIG // #10

11 OVERALL SEASON STATISTICS TCU MEN'S BASKETBALL TCU Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 23, 2013) All games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon McKinney, Adrick Abron, Devonta Crossland, Connell Butler Lind, Nate Hill Jr., Charles Ray, Jarvis Smith III, Clyde Fields, Amric Zurcher, Chris Montigel, Thomas Dincer, Kemal Team Total Opponents TEAM STATISTICS TCU OPP SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct POINT FG-ATT point FG pct pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-avg/game Neutral site-avg/game s TCU Opponents Date Opponent Score Att. 11/09/12 CAL POLY W /12/12 CENTENARY W /15/12 SMU L # 11/18/12 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M W # 11/20/12 NAVY W /23/12 vs Northwestern L /24/12 vs UAB W /29/12 SOUTHERN UTAH W /04/12 HOUSTON L /08/12 at Tulsa L /18/12 SOUTHERN W /22/12 at Rice W /30/12 MISS. VALLEY STATE W * 01/05/13 TEXAS TECH L * 01/09/13 at Oklahoma State L * 01/12/13 at Baylor L * 01/16/13 KANSAS STATE L * 01/19/13 IOWA STATE L * 01/23/13 at West Virginia L * 01/26/13 BAYLOR L * 02/02/13 at Texas L * 02/06/13 KANSAS W * 02/09/13 WEST VIRGINIA L * 02/11/13 at Oklahoma L * 02/16/13 at Iowa State L * 02/19/13 TEXAS L * 02/23/13 at Kansas L # - South Padre Island Invitational (Fort Worth, - South Padre Island Invitational (South Padre Island, Texas) * = Big 12 Conference game BIG // #11

12 CONFERENCE SEASON STATISTICS TCU MEN'S BASKETBALL TCU Combined Team Statistics (as of Feb 23, 2013) Conference games RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon McKinney, Adrick Abron, Devonta Crossland, Connell Butler Lind, Nate Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Zurcher, Chris Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas Team Total Opponents TEAM STATISTICS TCU OPP SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct POINT FG-ATT point FG pct pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-avg/game Neutral site-avg/game Date Opponent Score Att. * 01/05/13 TEXAS TECH L * 01/09/13 at Oklahoma State L * 01/12/13 at Baylor L * 01/16/13 KANSAS STATE L * 01/19/13 IOWA STATE L * 01/23/13 at West Virginia L * 01/26/13 BAYLOR L * 02/02/13 at Texas L * 02/06/13 KANSAS W * 02/09/13 WEST VIRGINIA L * 02/11/13 at Oklahoma L * 02/16/13 at Iowa State L * 02/19/13 TEXAS L * 02/23/13 at Kansas L # - South Padre Island Invitational (Fort Worth, - South Padre Island Invitational (South Padre Island, Texas) * = Big 12 Conference game s TCU Opponents BIG // #12

13 SEASON STATISTICS - HOME GAMES RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon McKinney, Adrick Abron, Devonta Butler Lind, Nate Crossland, Connell Ray, Jarvis Hill Jr., Charles Fields, Amric Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Zurcher, Chris Dincer, Kemal Team Total Opponents SEASON STATISTICS - ROAD GAMES RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 33 Green, Garlon Anderson, Kyan Crossland, Connell McKinney, Adrick Abron, Devonta Hill Jr., Charles Butler Lind, Nate Zurcher, Chris Smith III, Clyde Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas Team Total Opponents BIG // #13

14 SEASON STATISTICS - GAMES WON RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon Abron, Devonta McKinney, Adrick Crossland, Connell Ray, Jarvis Butler Lind, Nate Fields, Amric Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Zurcher, Chris Hill Jr., Charles Team Total Opponents SEASON STATISTICS - GAMES LOST RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon McKinney, Adrick Crossland, Connell Abron, Devonta Butler Lind, Nate Hill Jr., Charles Ray, Jarvis Smith III, Clyde Zurcher, Chris Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas Fields, Amric Team Total Opponents BIG // #14

15 SEASON STATISTICS - 1ST HALF ONLY RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon McKinney, Adrick Butler Lind, Nate Abron, Devonta Crossland, Connell Hill Jr., Charles Ray, Jarvis Fields, Amric Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Zurcher, Chris Dincer, Kemal Team Total Opponents SEASON STATISTICS - 2ND HALF ONLY RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds ## Player gp-gs min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg% ft-fta ft% off def tot avg pf dq a to blk stl pts avg 05 Anderson, Kyan Green, Garlon Abron, Devonta McKinney, Adrick Crossland, Connell Butler Lind, Nate Hill Jr., Charles Ray, Jarvis Smith III, Clyde Zurcher, Chris Fields, Amric Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas Team Total Opponents BIG // #15

16 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS OPPONENT DATE SCORE W/L FG PCT 3FG PCT FT-A PCT RBS (O-D-T) PF A TO BLK STL PTS Cal Poly 11/9/ W at TCU Centenary 11/12/ W at TCU SMU 11/15/ L at TCU Prairie View A&M 11/18/ W at TCU Navy 11/20/ W at TCU Northwestern 11/23/ L vs. TCU TCU 11/24/ W vs. UAB Southern Utah 11/29/ W at TCU Houston 12/4/ L at TCU TCU 12/8/ L at Tulsa Southern 12/18/ W at TCU TCU 12/22/ W at Rice Mississippi Valley State 12/30/ W at TCU Texas Tech 1/5/ L at TCU TCU 1/9/ L at RV/RV Oklahoma State TCU 1/12/ L at Baylor #16/18 Kansas State 1/16/ L at TCU /RV Iowa State 1/19/ L at TCU TCU 1/23/ L at West Virginia Baylor 1/26/ L at TCU TCU 2/2/ L at Texas #5/5 Kansas 2/6/ W at TCU West Virginia 2/9/ L at TCU TCU 2/11/ L at Oklahoma TCU 2/16/ L at Iowa State Texas 2/19/ L at TCU TCU 2/23/ L at #9/9 Kansas #15/16 Oklahoma State 2/27/13 at TCU TCU 3/2/13 at Texas Tech TCU 3/5/13 at Kansas State Oklahoma 3/9/13 at TCU TCU TBD at Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship BIG // #16

17 INDIVIDUAL GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS (P-R-A) OPPONENT Hill Jr. Ray Crossland Smith III Fields Anderson Dincer Montigel Butler Lind Abron McKinney Zurcher Gore Green Cal Poly DNP DNP DNP DNP Centenary DNP DNP SMU DNP DNP DNP Prairie View A&M DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Navy DNP DNP DNP DNP vs. Northwestern DNP DNP DNP DNP vs. UAB DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Southern Utah DNP DNP DNP DNP Houston DNP DNP DNP DNP at Tulsa DNP DNP DNP DNP Southern DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at Rice DNP DNP DNP DNP Mississippi Valley State DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Texas Tech DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at RV/RV Oklahoma State DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at Baylor DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP #16/18 Kansas State DNP DNP DNP /RV Iowa State DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at West Virginia DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Baylor DNP DNP DNP at Texas DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP #5/5 Kansas DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP West Virginia DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at Oklahoma DNP DNP DNP DNP at Iowa State DNP DNP DNP DNP Texas DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP at #9/9 Kansas DNP DNP DNP #15/16 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech at Kansas State Oklahoma at Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS OPPONENT SCORE W/L GUARD GUARD GUARD FORWARD FORWARD Cal Poly W Anderson Ray Fields (F) Green McKinney Centenary W Anderson Ray Fields (F) Green McKinney SMU L Anderson Ray Fields (F) Green McKinney Prairie View A&M W Anderson Ray Butler Lind Green McKinney Navy W Anderson Ray Butler Lind Green Abron vs. Northwestern L Anderson Ray Butler Lind Green Abron vs. UAB W Anderson Ray Butler Lind Green Abron Southern Utah W Anderson Ray Montigel Green Abron Houston L Anderson Ray Butler Lind Green Abron at Tulsa L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney Southern W Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney at Rice W Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney Mississippi Valley State W Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney Texas Tech L Anderson Butler Lind Green McKinney Abron at RV/RV Oklahoma State L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland Abron at Baylor L Anderson Hill Jr. Green McKinney Abron #16/18 Kansas State L Anderson Hill Jr. Butler Lind Green Abron --/RV Iowa State L Anderson Hill Jr. Butler Lind Green Abron at West Virginia L Anderson Hill Jr. Butler Lind Green Abron Baylor L Anderson Hill Jr. Green McKinney Abron at Texas L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney #5/5 Kansas W Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney West Virginia L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney at Oklahoma L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland Abron at Iowa State L Anderson Hill Jr. Green Crossland Abron Texas L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland Abron at #9/9 Kansas L Anderson Butler Lind Green Crossland McKinney #15/16 Oklahoma State at Texas Tech at Kansas State Oklahoma at Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship RECORDS BY STARTING LINEUP 4-4 Anderson - Butler Lind - Green - Crossland - McKinney 2-2 Anderon - Ray - Butler Lind - Green - Abron 2-1 Anderson - Ray - Fields - Green - McKinney 1-0 Anderon - Ray - Butler - Green - McKinney 1-0 Anderon - Ray - Montigel - Green - Abron 0-1 Anderson - Butler Lind - Green - McKinney - Abron 0-3 Anderson - Butler Lind - Green - Crossland - Abron 0-2 Anderson - Hill Jr. - Green - McKinney - Abron 0-3 Anderson - Hill Jr. - Butler Lind - Green - Abron 0-1 Anderson - Hill Jr. - Green - Crossland - Abron BIG // #17

18 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME HIGHS/LOWS TCU TEAM HIGHS POINTS 76 vs UAB (11/24/12) 75 CENTENARY (11/12/12) FIELD GOALS MADE 31 CENTENARY (11/12/12) 29 vs UAB (11/24/12) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 57 HOUSTON (12/04/12) 55 THREE TIMES FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE.564 (31-55) CENTENARY (11/12/12).558 (29-52) vs UAB (11/24/12) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 6 at Iowa State (02/16/13) 6 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 6 at Rice (12/22/12) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 25 at Iowa State (02/16/13) 21 at Oklahoma (02/11/13) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.667 (6-9) at Rice (12/22/12).500 (4-8) SOUTHERN (12/18/12) FREE THROWS MADE 22 KANSAS (02/06/13) 18 BAYLOR (01/26/13) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 38 KANSAS (02/06/13) 25 BAYLOR (01/26/13) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE.810 (17-21) vs UAB (11/24/12).778 (14-18) TEXAS TECH (01/05/13) REBOUNDS 41 CENTENARY (11/12/12) 39 TWICE ASSISTS 18 CENTENARY (11/12/12) 16 TWICE STEALS 11 at Tulsa (12/08/12) 10 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) BLOCKED SHOTS 7 TEXAS TECH (01/05/13) 7 CENTENARY (11/12/12) TURNOVERS 21 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 19 vs UAB (11/24/12) FOULS 23 at West Virginia (01/23/13) 23 at Rice (12/22/12) TCU TEAM LOWS POINTS 31 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) 40 at Baylor (01/12/13) FIELD GOALS MADE 13 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (11/18/12) 13 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 38 NAVY (11/20/12) 43 TWICE FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE.265 (13-49) vs Northwestern (11/23/12).302 (16-53) at Oklahoma (02/11/13) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 0 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) 1 THREE TIMES 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 6 FOUR TIMES [last vs SO. UTAH (11/29/12)] 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.000 (0-6) vs Northwestern (11/23/12).100 (1-10) IOWA STATE (01/19/13) FREE THROWS MADE 5 FOUR TIMES [last at Iowa State (02/16/13)] FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 9 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 12 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE.294 (5-17) at Iowa State (02/16/13).385 (5-13) HOUSTON (12/04/12) REBOUNDS 17 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 22 at Kansas (02/23/13) ASSISTS 4 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) 6 WEST VIRGINIA (02/09/13) STEALS 2 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) 3 FIVE TIMES BLOCKED SHOTS 0 at Rice (12/22/12) 1 SEVEN TIMES TURNOVERS 8 BAYLOR (01/26/13) 10 THREE TIMES FOULS 6 CAL POLY (11/09/12) 10 TWICE OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS POINTS 87 at Iowa State (02/16/13) 82 BAYLOR (01/26/13) FIELD GOALS MADE 29 at Oklahoma (02/11/13) 29 MISS. VALLEY STATE (12/30/12) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 63 MISS. VALLEY STATE (12/30/12) 61 KANSAS (02/06/13) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE.523 (23-44) at Texas (02/02/13).521 (25-48) at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 14 at Iowa State (02/16/13) 11 BAYLOR (01/26/13) 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 29 at Iowa State (02/16/13) 25 CENTENARY (11/12/12) 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.700 (7-10) WEST VIRGINIA (02/09/13).600 (6-10) TEXAS TECH (01/05/13) FREE THROWS MADE 18 at Kansas (02/23/13) 18 SMU (11/15/12) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 31 at West Virginia (01/23/13) 29 vs UAB (11/24/12) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (14-14) at Oklahoma (02/11/13).947 (18-19) at Kansas (02/23/13) REBOUNDS 44 KANSAS (02/06/13) 43 HOUSTON (12/04/12) ASSISTS 19 BAYLOR (01/26/13) 17 THREE TIMES STEALS 12 at West Virginia (01/23/13) 11 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) BLOCKED SHOTS 7 at Texas (02/02/13) 7 at Baylor (01/12/13) TURNOVERS 24 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 23 at Tulsa (12/08/12) FOULS 29 KANSAS (02/06/13) 23 THREE TIMES (last at West Virginia [1/23/13]) OPPONENT TEAM LOWS POINTS 39 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (11/18/12) 45 NAVY (11/20/12) FIELD GOALS MADE 13 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (11/18/12) 17 CENTENARY (11/12/12) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 41 at Tulsa (12/08/12) 43 WEST VIRGINIA (02/09/13) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE.283 (13-46) PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (11/18/12).295 (18-61) KANSAS (02/06/13) 3 PT FIELD GOALS MADE 1 HOUSTON (12/04/12) 2 THREE TIMES 3 PT FG ATTEMPTS 7 HOUSTON (12/04/12) 8 THREE TIMES 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.231 (3-13) SOUTHERN UTAH (11/29/12).240 (6-25) CENTENARY (11/12/12) FREE THROWS MADE 2 IOWA STATE (01/19/13) 3 NAVY (11/20/12) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 3 IOWA STATE (01/19/13) 6 CAL POLY (11/09/12) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE.273 (3-11) NAVY (11/20/12).400 (4-10) TWICE 3 PT FG PERCENTAGE.136 (3-22) KANSAS (02/06/13).143 (1-7) HOUSTON (12/04/12) REBOUNDS 17 at Rice (12/22/12) 23 WEST VIRGINIA (02/09/13) ASSISTS 5 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M (11/18/12) 7 SOUTHERN (12/18/12) STEALS 0 SOUTHERN (12/18/12) 1 THREE TIMES BLOCKED SHOTS 1 SIX TIMES [last at Oklahoma (2/11/13) TURNOVERS 7 vs Northwestern (11/23/12) 7 at Oklahoma (02/11/13) FOULS 12 at Kansas (02/23/13) 13 at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) BIG // #18

19 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES TCU PLAYER HIGHS Points 35 Anderson, Kyan vs UAB (11/24/12) 31 Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12) 21 Anderson, Kyan vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) 20 Green, Garlon vs Kansas (02/06/13) 20 Green, Garlon at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 20 Green, Garlon vs Southern (12/18/12) 20 Anderson, Kyan vs Houston (12/04/12) 20 Green, Garlon vs SMU (11/15/12) Field Goals Made 13 Anderson, Kyan vs UAB (11/24/12) 10 Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12) Field Goal Att. 20 Anderson, Kyan vs UAB (11/24/12) 19 Anderson, Kyan at Oklahoma (02/11/13) 19 Anderson, Kyan vs Houston (12/04/12) FG Pct (min 5 made).875 (7-8) McKinney, Adrick vs Centenary (11/12/12).857 (6-7) Green, Garlon vs UAB (11/24/12) 3-Point FG Made 4 Anderson, Kyan vs Houston (12/04/12) 3 Anderson, Kyan at Oklahoma (02/11/13) 3 Green, Garlon at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 3 Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12) 3 Green, Garlon vs Southern (12/18/12) 3 Anderson, Kyan vs Cal Poly (11/09/12) 3-Point FG Att. 11 Anderson, Kyan at Iowa State (02/16/13) 11 Anderson, Kyan vs Houston (12/04/12) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made).750 (3-4) Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12).667 (2-3) Anderson, Kyan vs Texas (02/19/13).667 (2-3) Hill Jr., Charles at Oklahoma (02/11/13).667 (2-3) Green, Garlon at Texas (02/02/13).667 (2-3) Anderson, Kyan at Rice (12/22/12).667 (2-3) Green, Garlon at Tulsa (12/08/12).667 (2-3) Anderson, Kyan vs Centenary (11/12/12) Free Throws Made 8 Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12) 8 Anderson, Kyan vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) 8 Anderson, Kyan vs UAB (11/24/12) Free Throw Att. 12 Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12) 11 McKinney, Adrick vs Baylor (01/26/13) FT Pct (min 3 made) (4-4) Abron, Devonta at Oklahoma (02/11/13) (4-4) Abron, Devonta vs Kansas (02/06/13) (4-4) Green, Garlon vs Baylor (01/26/13) (4-4) McKinney, Adrick at West Virginia (01/23/13) (4-4) Anderson, Kyan vs Texas Tech (01/05/13) (4-4) Green, Garlon vs Texas Tech (01/05/13) (4-4) Green, Garlon vs Miss. Valley State (12/30/12) (4-4) Abron, Devonta vs Southern (12/18/12) Rebounds 20 McKinney, Adrick vs Houston (12/04/12) 15 Crossland, Connell vs Kansas (02/06/13) 12 Crossland, Connell at Texas (02/02/13) 12 Abron, Devonta vs Navy (11/20/12) Assists 8 Anderson, Kyan vs Texas (02/19/13) 8 Anderson, Kyan at Iowa State (02/16/13) 8 Anderson, Kyan vs SMU (11/15/12) Steals 5 Anderson, Kyan at Tulsa (12/08/12) 4 Anderson, Kyan vs Baylor (01/26/13) 4 Anderson, Kyan vs UAB (11/24/12) Blocked Shots 4 Abron, Devonta vs Texas Tech (01/05/13) 3 Crossland, Connell at West Virginia (01/23/13) Turnovers 6 Green, Garlon at West Virginia (01/23/13) 6 Anderson, Kyan at Baylor (01/12/13) 5 Anderson, Kyan at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 5 Green, Garlon at Rice (12/22/12) 5 Anderson, Kyan vs Houston (12/04/12) OPPONENT PLAYER HIGHS Points 25 JACKSON, Tamir at Rice (12/22/12) 25 HEUIR, Damon vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) 21 McGruder, Rodney vs Kansas State (01/16/13) 21 JONES, Jalen vs SMU (11/15/12) 20 Jackson, Pierre vs Baylor (01/26/13) Field Goals Made 9 McGruder, Rodney vs Kansas State (01/16/13) 8 Smith, Matt vs Miss. Valley State (12/30/12) 8 THOMAS, TaShawn vs Houston (12/04/12) Field Goal Att. 17 JACKSON, Tamir at Rice (12/22/12) 17 THOMAS, TaShawn vs Houston (12/04/12) FG Pct (min 5 made) (5-5) Smart, Marcus at Oklahoma State (01/09/13).833 (5-6) Lammert, Connor vs Texas (02/19/13).833 (5-6) Henderson, Terry vs West Virginia (02/09/13).833 (5-6) Lammert, Connor at Texas (02/02/13).833 (5-6) Harris, Eron at West Virginia (01/23/13).833 (5-6) WRIGHT, D Andre at Tulsa (12/08/12).833 (5-6) WILLIAMS, Robert vs UAB (11/24/12) 3-Point FG Made 4 Papapetrou, Ioannis vs Texas (02/19/13) 4 McGee, Tyrus at Iowa State (02/16/13) 4 Jackson, Pierre vs Baylor (01/26/13) 4 Franklin, Gary vs Baylor (01/26/13) 4 Hannahs, Dusty vs Texas Tech (01/05/13) 4 JONES, Jalen vs SMU (11/15/12) 3-Point FG Att. 9 Venturini, Brandon vs Navy (11/20/12) 8 Papapetrou, Ioannis vs Texas (02/19/13) 8 Johnson, Elijah vs Kansas (02/06/13) 3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) (4-4) Franklin, Gary vs Baylor (01/26/13) (2-2) Irving, Martavious vs Kansas State (01/16/13) (2-2) Ralling, Blake vs Miss. Valley State (12/30/12) (2-2) Guglielmo, Phil vs Navy (11/20/12) Free Throws Made 10 JACKSON, Tamir at Rice (12/22/12) 9 HEUIR, Damon vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) Free Throw Att. 14 JACKSON, Tamir at Rice (12/22/12) 12 HEUIR, Damon vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) FT Pct (min 3 made) (6-6) Tharpe, Naadir vs Kansas (02/06/13) (6-6) Jackson, Pierre vs Baylor (01/26/13) Rebounds 13 CHEESMAN, Jayson vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) 12 Ejim, Melvin vs Iowa State (01/19/13) 12 THOMAS, TaShawn vs Houston (12/04/12) Assists 7 Kabongo, Myck vs Texas (02/19/13) 7 Marshall, Darryl vs Miss. Valley State (12/30/12) Steals 5 Smart, Marcus at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 4 Hinds, Jabarie vs West Virginia (02/09/13) Blocked Shots 4 Ridley, Cameron at Texas (02/02/13) 3 Withey, Jeff at Kansas (02/23/13) 3 Withey, Jeff vs Kansas (02/06/13) 3 Jefferson, Cory at Baylor (01/12/13) 3 Cobbins, Michael at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 3 Tolbert, Jordan vs Texas Tech (01/05/13) 3 THOMAS, TaShawn vs Houston (12/04/12) 3 CHEESMAN, Jayson vs Southern Utah (11/29/12) 3 JONES, Jalen vs SMU (11/15/12) Turnovers 7 RUSSELL, Nick vs SMU (11/15/12) 6 Murphy, Kamari at Oklahoma State (01/09/13) 6 Gray, Josh vs Texas Tech (01/05/13) 6 DeMuynck,Jourdan vs Prairie View A&M (11/18/12) BIG // #19

20 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TCU 53, CAL POLY 46 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Nov. 9, 2012 FORT WORTH TCU s new era in men s basketball started just as planned, with the Frogs giving new head coach Trent Johnson a victory in his first game on campus, 53-46, over Cal Poly. TCU regrouped from a slow offensive start to hold off the Mustangs, who lead for nearly the entire first half and by as many as five in the frame. The Frogs went 6-of-9 from the floor to open the second half to move ahead by eight, and Kyan Anderson sank a late 3-pointer with 1:20 remaining to seal the win. TCU won its season opener for the seventh consecutive season and for the 13th time in the last 14 years. Johnson became the sixth straight head coach to start off his Frog tenure with a victory. 4TCU s 53 points marked its fewest in a victory since a win vs. Tulane on Dec. 9, Amric Fields led the Frogs with 16 points, his 27th career double-figure effort. 4Garlon Green, who totaled 10 points, scored in double figures for the third straight game dating back to last season and the 48th time in his career overall. 4Kyan Anderson matched a career high with three 3-pointers on five attempts while finishing with 13 points, all in the second half. 4Two players made their TCU debuts: Devonta Abron and Clyde Smith III. CAL POLY [0-1] 33 Eversley, Chris f Bennett, Brian f O Brien, Chris g Royer, Dylan g Johnson, Jamal g Morgan, Reese U u, Drake Awich, Joel Odister, Kyle Gordon, Zach TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 35.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 26.7% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 66.7% Deadball Rbs: 1 Officials: Rick Crawford, John Hampton, Byron Jarrett Technical fouls: Cal Poly-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 4,494 Cal Poly TCU TCU [1-0] 04 Fields, Amric f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Butler Lind, Nate Abron, Devonta TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 41.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 40.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 65.0% Deadball Rbs: 3 Points in the paint-cp 24,TCU 20. Points off turnovers-cp 8,TCU 9. 2nd chance points-cp 18,TCU 4. Fast break points-cp 5,TCU 9. Bench points-cp 18,TCU 5. Score tied-5 times. Lead changed-5 times. Last FG-CP 2nd-00:23, TCU 2nd-01:22. Largest lead-cp by 5 1st-08:35, TCU by 8 2nd-09:25. TCU 75, CENTENARY 47 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Nov. 12, 2012 FORT WORTH Four Frogs scored in double figures to help TCU run its season record to 2-0 with a home victory over Centenary. The Frogs dominated inside during the win, posting big advantages on the boards and scoring in the paint. TCU opened up a 16-point lead by halftime and never looked back, building an edge as large as 31 points late in the contest. The game was a tight affair in the first 10 minutes before TCU went on a 14-1 run to take control. TCU added another impressive run midway through the second half to put the game out of reach, scoring 12 straight points over a 3:45 stretch. Adrick McKinney opened the spurt with seven points, while Jarvis Ray put an exclamation point on the run with a layup at the 10:12 mark that pushed the Frog lead to Trent Johnson became the first TCU head coach to win his first two games since Billy Tubbs opened up with three straight victories in Adrick McKinney matched his scoring high with 16 points on 7-of-8 shooting. 4Connell Crossland scored in double figures for the first time in his career with 12 points. 4Crossland added a game-high 10 rebounds for his first career doubledouble and second game with double digits in boards. 4Charles Hill Jr. made his Horned Frog debut. CENTENARY [0-0] 14 Bell, Brett f Ntagha, Saro f Blount, Jonathan g Browning, Jairus g Cheramie, Caden g Pawsat, Brooks Hardin-Crawford, J Whitaker, Isaiah Brinkley, Simeon Allen, Daniel Erskine, Andrew Wright, Tyler Williams, Donovan Hicks, Deavonte TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 30.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 24.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 70.0% Deadball Rbs: 2,2 Officials: Doug Sirmons, Mike Stuart, Mitchell Ervin Technical fouls: Centenary-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,759 Centenary TCU TCU [2-0] 04 Fields, Amric f McKinney, Adrick f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Green, Garlon g Hill Jr., Charles Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Butler Lind, Nate Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 56.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% Deadball Rbs: 5 Points in the paint-cent 18,TCU 52. Points off turnovers-cent 6,TCU 23. 2nd chance points-cent 3,TCU 20. Fast break points-cent 9,TCU 15. Bench points-cent 19,TCU 28. Score tied-1 time. Lead changed-3 times. Last FG-CENT 2nd-00:01, TCU 2nd-00:22. Largest lead-cent by 4 1st-18:10, TCU by 31 2nd-00:22. SMU 64, TCU 61 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Nov. 15, 2012 FORT WORTH TCU s attempt at a late rally fell short, as SMU slipped out of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum with a victory over the Horned Frogs. Garlon Green scored 20 points to lead the Frogs after the squad lost Amric Fields to a knee injury early. TCU trailed for the entire game and by as many as 11 points midway through the second half before making a run at SMU. The squad posted a 13-5 spurt thanks in part to three Green field goals to cut the deficit to only three points, 54-51, with 4:27 remaining. SMU remained in front by turning up the defensive effort, holding TCU to only three buckets down the stretch. TCU did have one last opportunity, getting the ball back with under seven seconds left following four straight missed SMU free throws. Kyan Anderson s last-second 3-point shot to tie the game was blocked by guard Ryan Manuel just prior to the final buzzer as the Mustangs prevailed. 4Garlon Green led TCU in scoring for the ninth time in his career and the first time this season with 20 points, his fourth career 20-point effort. 4Jarvis Ray set a new career scoring high with 14 points. He also drew three SMU offensive fouls in the second half alone. 4Nate Butler matched his career scoring high previously set in last season s home CBI Tournament win over Milwaukee with 10 points. 4Kyan Anderson tied a career high with eight assists. He previously reached the mark in last season s home win over Colorado State. SMU [2-0] 02 WILLIAMS, Shawn f CUNNINGHAM, C. c MANUEL, Ryan g RUSSELL, Nick g JONES, Jalen g OFOEGBU, Uche GILES, London DICKERSON, Jordan BERNARDI, Brian TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 44.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 46.2% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 66.7% Deadball Rbs: 3 Officials: Tom O Neill, Larry Spaulding, Jon Stigliano Technical fouls: SMU-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 4,145 SMU TCU TCU [2-1] 04 Fields, Amric f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Butler Lind, Nate Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 49.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% Deadball Rbs: 3,2 Points in the paint-smu 26,TCU 24. Points off turnovers-smu 27,TCU 19. 2nd chance points-smu 4,TCU 4. Fast break points-smu 8,TCU 4. Bench points-smu 3,TCU 15. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-SMU 2nd-00:26, TCU 2nd-00:07. Largest lead-smu by 11 2nd-13:17, TCU None. BIG // #20

21 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TCU 44, PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 39 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Nov. 18, 2012 FORT WORTH TCU found itself in a tight defensive battle, falling behind Prairie View A&M by double digits before rallying in the second half for a win at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. TCU struggled out of the gate, falling behind 14-0 in the game s opening six minutes while the Panthers hit four of their first five field-goal attempts. The Frogs chipped away at the lead from there, relying on defense to keep the Panthers within check. The squad held Prairie View without a basket and to only six free throws for the final 14:06 of the first half. The second half started much like the first for TCU, as Prairie View jumped back out to a nine-point lead. Kyan Anderson got the rally moving with a 3-pointer to start a crucial 14-2 run. He finished the spurt with his second trey to give the Frogs their largest lead at with 6:06 remaining. The Panthers would tie the contest again at 35-all before another big play by Anderson, who laid the ball in off a nice feed from senior guard Nate Butler Lind. Abron took the game over from there, scoring his five straight points that sealed the contest in TCU s favor. 4TCU s 44 points marked the fewest for the Frogs in a victory since a home win over East Texas State on Dec. 1, TCU erased a double-digit deficit (14 points) in a victory for the fifth time dating back to the start of last season. 4TCU moved to 26-1 all-time in games against teams from the SWAC. 4Jarvis Ray led TCU in scoring for the first time in his career. PRAIRIE VIEW [2-3] 22 Jenkins,Rasi f Chapman,Demondre f DeMuynck,Jourdan g Blair,Carl g Gesiakowski,Ryan g Wright,Ronald Jones,Cory Afolayan,Wesley Montgomery,Jules Aina Scott,Montrael Riathin,Mayol TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 28.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 45.8% Deadball Rbs: 7,1 Officials: Zelton Steed, Darron George, K.C. Ely Technical fouls: Prairie View A&M-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,839 Prairie View A&M TCU TCU [3-1] 24 McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Abron, Devonta TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 30.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 26.7% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 66.7% Deadball Rbs: 2 Points in the paint-pvam 22,TCU 14. Points off turnovers-pvam 11,TCU 14. 2nd chance points-pvam 14,TCU 4. Fast break points-pvam 2,TCU 2. Bench points-pvam 4,TCU 14. Score tied-3 times. Lead changed-3 times. Last FG-PVAM 2nd-00:08, TCU 2nd-00:48. Largest lead-pvam by 14 1st-14:10, TCU by 7 2nd-00:48. TCU 47, NAVY 45 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Nov. 20, 2012 FORT WORTH TCU kept things exciting once again at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, overcoming another second-half deficit during a victory over Navy. Devonta Abron posted his first career double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Frogs. Trailing by five points early in the second half, Abron began to make his imposing presence felt in the paint. He scored seven points in a five-and-ahalf minute stretch early in the stanza to put TCU up buy two, Abron later started a key 6-0 run with 4:36 remaining with another basket inside, while Jarvis Ray added a layup off a nice feed from Abron. Garlon Green followed with the game s signature play on a huge putback slam to TCU a edge with just over two minutes to play. Navy had a shot for the win at the buzzer, but Brandon Venturini s lastsecond 3-point attempt glanced off the rim at the buzzer. 4Trent Johnson became the first TCU head coach to start his Frog tenure 4-1 since Mike Brumbelow posted a 6-1 start in TCU held its opponent to under 50 points for the fourth time in five games. Its four previous such efforts stretched back over 122 games. 4TCU won back-to-back games with fewer than 50 points for the first time since the season against Texas A&M (30-27) and Texas (49-34). 4Devonta Abron became the fifth different Frog to lead TCU in scoring in five games this season. He also led TCU in rebounds for the first time. 4Kyan Anderson extended his streak of straight games with a 3 to seven. NAVY [2-3] 03 Loupos, James f Smith, Worth f Dunbar, Tilman g Wynn, Thurgood g Venturini, Brandon g Kelly, Will Knorr, Kendall Wyatt, Brennan Roberts, Isaiah Guglielmo, Phil Alexander, Jerome TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 37.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 27.3% Deadball Rbs: 3,1 Officials: Rick Randall, Don Daily, Toby Martinez Technical fouls: Navy-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,829 Navy TCU TCU [4-1] 23 Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 47.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 22.2% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 56.3% Deadball Rbs: 3 Points in the paint-navy 16,TCU 26. Points off turnovers-navy 9,TCU 12. 2nd chance points-navy 7,TCU 6. Fast break points-navy 2,TCU 6. Bench points-navy 6,TCU 11. Score tied-9 times. Lead changed-9 times. Last FG-NAVY 2nd-00:11, TCU 2nd-02:07. Largest lead-navy by 7 1st-01:56, TCU by 6 2nd-02:07. NORTHWESTERN 55, TCU 31 South Padre Island, Texas (SPI Convention Centre) Nov. 23, 2012 SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, Texas TCU dropped its first game on location at the 2012 South Padre Island Invitational to Northwestern, Devonta Abron led the Horned Frogs with 12 points. TCU had a difficult night from the field, as NU held the squad to only 26.5% shooting overall, its worst figure of the season. TCU did manage to win the rebounding battle (38-33) while holding the Wildcats to only 38.3% shooting themselves, but NU outscored the Frogs by 26 points beyond the arc (6-of-19) and at the free-throw line (13-of-14). Abron led the Frogs in the scorebook for the second straight contest with 12 points and added a game-high eight rebounds. He made 5-of-8 attempts from the floor. 4TCU s 31 points tied for the eighth-fewest in a game in school history and the fewest since a loss to SMU on Feb. 14, TCU has held its fifth opponent in six games to a field-goal percentage under 40.00%. 4Northwestern became the first opponent to outshoot TCU so far this season. 4TCU did not make a 3-pointer, snapping a streak of 443 consecutive games with at least one trey that dated back to a Nov. 22, 1997 home win over LIU-Brooklyn. The streak was the third-longest among teams in the Big 12. NORTHWESTERN [5-0] 01 Crawford, Drew f Sobolewski, Dave g Hearn, Reggie g Swopshire, Jared f Olah, Alex c Jimenez, Omar Marcotullio, Alex Turner, Mike Abrahamson, Kale Demps, Tre Montgomery, James Lumpkin, Sanjay Ajou, Chier Cerina, Nikola TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 31.6% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 92.9% Deadball Rbs: 0 Officials: Jacyn Goble, Anthony Franklin, Keith Fogloman Technical fouls: Northwestern-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 800 Northwestern TCU TCU [4-2] 01 Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 26.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 0.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 41.7% Deadball Rbs: 2 Points in the paint-nu 20,TCU 18. Points off turnovers-nu 20,TCU 4. 2nd chance points-nu 4,TCU 9. Fast break points-nu 2,TCU 0. Bench points-nu 7,TCU 7. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-NU 2nd-02:11, TCU 2nd-03:00. Largest lead-nu by 25 2nd-06:25, TCU None. BIG // #21

22 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TCU 76, UAB 73 South Padre Island, Texas (SPI Convention Centre) Nov. 24, 2012 SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, Texas Kyan Anderson scored a career-high 35 points to help TCU shake out of its offensive struggles, as the Frogs downed UAB, 76-73, in the final game of the South Padre Island Invitational. One day after a dismal offensive showing in a loss to Northwestern, TCU responded with its best offensive game of the young campaign. The squad scored a season high in points and shot 55.8% from the field. It also went a season-best 17-of-21 at the free-throw line. The Frogs needed the points, as UAB gave TCU all it could handle with its up-tempo attack. The two teams traded the advantage seven times, with no team leading by more than eight points. The Frogs built a seven-point edge late in the contest before holding on for the victory. UAB s Jordan Swing sank a 3-pointer to cut the lead to just one point with 2.8 seconds left, but Anderson answered by sinking a pair of free throws. Blazer guard Jekore Taylor had a shot at another 3 to tie the game at the buzzer, but it bounced off the front of the rim as time expired. 4Kyan Anderson scored 35 points to set a new career high, topping his previous best of 22 points set Feb. 4, 2012 at No. 17 San Diego State. 4Anderson s scoring total marked the most points by a Frog since Kevin Langford scored 36 during a Jan. 21, 2009 home win over Wyoming. It also marked the most points by a Big 12 player this season. 4Anderson was named to the South Padre Island Invitational All- Tournament Team, the first such honor in his career. TCU [5-2] 01 Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas McKinney, Adrick TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 55.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 16.7% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 81.0% Deadball Rbs: 0 Officials: Frank Ropaso, Earl Robinson, Tony Dawkins Technical fouls: TCU-None. UAB-None. Attendance: 801 TCU UAB UAB [3-3] 03 JONES, Terence g WILLIAMS, Robert g ALIHODZIC, Fahro c RUCKER, Rod f SWING, Jordan f SCOTLAND-WILLIAMSON TYLER, Jekore JONES, Isiah PURIFOY, Preston TAYLOR, Quincy TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 35.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 58.6% Deadball Rbs: 6 Points in the paint-tcu 36,UAB 32. Points off turnovers-tcu 17,UAB 21. 2nd chance points-tcu 12,UAB 17. Fast break points-tcu 8,UAB 2. Bench points-tcu 14,UAB 16. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-7 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:23, UAB 2nd-00:04. Largest lead-tcu by 8 1st-02:42, UAB by 3 1st-19:50. TCU 61, SOUTHERN UTAH 52 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Nov. 29, 2012 FORT WORTH Kyan Anderson scored 21 points and Devonta Abron had a career-high 17 to lead TCU to a home win over Southern Utah. The Frogs and Thunderbirds played a back-and-forth game early before TCU pulled away late for the win thanks in part to strong second-half efforts by Anderson and Abron. The tandem scored 25 of TCU s 30 points in the final stanza of a game that saw the lead change sides nine times. TCU gained the edge for good midway through the second half, as Abron kick-started an 8-0 run with six consecutive points. Adrick McKinney, finished off the spurt with a short jumper to put TCU up by seven, 45-38, with just over seven minutes remaining. Anderson finished the game off for the Frogs, scoring 10 of the team s final 11 points in the last two minutes to help hold off the T-birds. Anderson made three trips to the line down the stretch, going a perfect 6-for-6. 4Kyan Anderson now has four career 20-point efforts, tying him for the team lead with Garlon Green. 4Devonta Abron scored in double figures for the fourth time in five games with a career-high 17 points. Abron s total surpassed his previous best of 13 points recorded twice, including the home win over Navy. 4TCU featured its fourth different starting lineup, as Thomas Montigel earned his first career start. 4Montigel set a new career scoring high with five points, while Charles Hill Jr. scored the first two points of his career in his second appearance. SOUTHERN UTAH [1-5] 21 STEVENETT, Jackson f COLLIE, Wade f JEFFERY, Jaren f CHEESMAN, Jayson c HEUIR, Damon g GHORMLEY, Zach NSENKI, Chris THOMAS, Drake JOHNSON, Jordan KOEHLER, Tyson HANKS, Cal HESS, A.J TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 32.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 23.1% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 68.4% Deadball Rbs: 5 Officials: Joe DeRosa, Paul Janssen, Byron Jarrett Technical fouls: Southern Utah-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,867 Southern Utah TCU TCU [6-2] 23 Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Montigel, Thomas g Hill Jr., Charles Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 48.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 71.4% Deadball Rbs: 2 Points in the paint-suu 24,TCU 34. Points off turnovers-suu 9,TCU 11. 2nd chance points-suu 6,TCU 2. Fast break points-suu 4,TCU 4. Bench points-suu 10,TCU 9. Score tied-4 times. Lead changed-9 times. Last FG-SUU 2nd-00:29, TCU 2nd-00:50. Largest lead-suu by 2 1st-19:44, TCU by 10 2nd-00:39. HOUSTON 54, TCU 48 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Dec. 4, 2012 FORT WORTH Kyan Anderson scored 20 points for the third straight game and Adrick McKinney pulled down a career-best 20 rebounds, but Houston held off the Frogs late during a Cougar victory at the DMC. TCU fell victim to another slow start, as the Cougars jumped out to a 10-point lead while holding the Frogs scoreless for the game s opening 6:34. The cushion would be all that UH would need, as TCU was unable to climb within fewer than two points the rest of the way. Each time the Frogs appeared prepared to make a run, the Cougars were able to answer. The Frogs did slice the deficit back to one possession late in the half thanks to a 10-1 spurt, but Houston responded by closing the half with 10 of the final 14 points to move back on top by eight at the break, Both teams offensive opportunities increased in the second half. Anderson took over for the Frogs following a scoreless first half, hitting four 3-pointers, but TCU was unable to put more than four consecutive points together without a Houston answer. 4McKinney s 20 rebounds were the most for a Frog since Jamal Brown grabbed 26 vs. North Texas on Dec. 23, McKinney reached double figures in boards for the third time in his career and first time this season.. 4McKinney added 10 points for his second career double-double. 4Anderson led TCU with 20 points, his third straight game with 20 or more. He scored all of the total in the second half and hit a career-best four 3 s. HOUSTON [6-2] 01 McLEAN, Mikhail f HOUSE, Danuel f THOMAS, TaShawn f YOUNG, Joseph g THOMPSON, J.J. g MORRIS, Brandon BARNES, LeRon WOMACK, Tione GIBSON, Leon STIGGERS, Jherrod IZUNDU, Valentine TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 34.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 14.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 77.3% Deadball Rbs: 1 Officials: Doug Sirmons, Don Daily, John Hampton Technical fouls: Houston-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,837 Houston TCU TCU [6-3] 23 Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Ray, Jarvis g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Crossland, Connell Montigel, Thomas McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 27.8% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.5% Deadball Rbs: 3 Points in the paint-hou 32,TCU 18. Points off turnovers-hou 15,TCU 7. 2nd chance points-hou 13,TCU 10. Fast break points-hou 2,TCU 2. Bench points-hou 7,TCU 19. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-HOU 2nd-03:46, TCU 2nd-00:07. Largest lead-hou by 12 2nd-13:35, TCU None. BIG // #22

23 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TULSA 50, TCU 49 Tulsa, Okla. (Donald W. Reynolds Center) Dec. 8, 2012 TULSA, Okla. Tulsa guard Pat Swilling Jr. made the front end of a one-and-one free-throw opportunity with just 3.2 seconds remaining to push the Hurricane past TCU. TCU found itself leading by one point with just over a minute remaining, 49-48, following Garlon Green s second 3-pointer of the day, but it would prove to be the Frogs last score. D Andre Wright tied the game on the ensuing TU possession by sinking the first of two free-throw attempts before missing the second. The Frogs had two chances to retake the lead in the final moments. Green first missed a jumper, but Kyan Anderson gave TCU another opportunity with a steal as Tulsa was trying to advance the ball down court. Anderson was able to push the ball toward the hoop, but he missed a contested layup attempt. Swilling grabbed the rebound for the Hurricane and was fouled, sending him to the line for the game-winning point. 4TCU has limited opponents to 50 points or fewer in five of its 10 games. 4TCU set season highs in both turnovers forced (23) and steals (11). The Frogs defensive play helped produce a advantage in points off turnovers. 4Garlon Green scored a game-high 16 points to lead TCU for the second time in The total ranked as his No. 2 scoring performance of the season and his fourth double-figure effort. 4Connell Crossland scored in doube digits for the second time in his career. TCU [6-4] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 52.6% Deadball Rbs: 4 Officials: Duke Edsall, Kevin Mathis, Mitchell Ervin Technical fouls: TCU-None. Tulsa-None. Attendance: 4,856 TCU Tulsa TULSA [6-3] 00 BLACK, Kauri f WRIGHT, D Andre f WOODARD, James g HARRISON, Shaquille g HARALSON, Scottie g SWILLING, Pat, Jr RAY, Rashad PEETE, Tim KING, Zeldric TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 46.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 64.3% Deadball Rbs: 1 Points in the paint-tcu 22,TLS 26. Points off turnovers-tcu 24,TLS 12. 2nd chance points-tcu 7,TLS 5. Fast break points-tcu 6,TLS 2. Bench points-tcu 4,TLS 10. Score tied-5 times. Lead changed-14 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:05, TLS 2nd-01:32. Largest lead-tcu by 5 2nd-12:17, TLS by 7 1st-08:45. TCU 68, SOUTHERN 57 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Dec. 18, 2012 FORT WORTH Garlon Green scored 20 points to lead TCU to one of its most complete efforts of the season during a win over Southern. Green posted his second consecutive strong offensive showing to lead a well-rounded TCU effort, making 7-of-15 shots from the floor and matching a career best with three 3-pointers on six attempts. He set the tone early for the Frogs, scoring eight points in the opening 3:30. Green s offensive play was matched by his teammates all evening, as TCU shot an even 50% from the floor overall and beyond the arc. The Frogs also worked the ball inside resulting in several trips to the line, where they made 16-of-23 attempts. It wasn t just TCU s shooting that was sharp. The squad also went to work on the glass, winning the rebounding battle (33-29) for the first time in four games, while also taking care of the ball. The squad turned the ball over just 10 times, its low figure so far this season. 4The Frogs won their 26th consecutive game against a team from the Southwestern Athletic Conference. 4TCU s winning margin of 11 points marked its second-largest of the season and only its second by double digits. 4Garlon Green led TCU in scoring for the third time this season, matching Kyan Anderson for the team lead. 4Adrick McKinney led TCU in rebounds for the fifth consecutive game. It marked his third consecutive game with at least nine boards. SOUTHERN [4-6] 44 Mitchell, Javan f Moore, Brandon c Beltran, Derick g Grace, Jameel g Monroe, Cameron g Johnson, Yondarius Hydrer, Christopher Miller, Malcolm Bol, Madut TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 40.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 23.5% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 72.2% Deadball Rbs: 2,1 Officials: Larry Spaulding, Andrew Walton, Gerald Williams Technical fouls: Southern-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,896 Southern TCU TCU [7-4] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Green, Garlon g Ray, Jarvis Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 69.6% Deadball Rbs: 1 Points in the paint-su 30,TCU 26. Points off turnovers-su 13,TCU 14. 2nd chance points-su 8,TCU 10. Fast break points-su 5,TCU 8. Bench points-su 16,TCU 14. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-1 time. Last FG-SU 2nd-00:36, TCU 2nd-02:16. Largest lead-su by 3 1st-19:35, TCU by 16 2nd-02:58. TCU 65, RICE 63 Houston, Texas (Tudor Fieldhouse) Dec. 22, 2012 HOUSTON Garlon Green scored a career-high 31 points to help lead TCU past a furious second-half Rice rally, as the Horned Frogs escaped Tudor Fieldhouse with a victory. TCU appeared ready to coast to an easy win while building an 18-point advantage early in the second half, but Rice was able to fight back on its home court. The Owls, who were held to only two points in the final 10 minutes of the opening half, caught fire from the floor following intermission. The squad made 10-of-12 field-goal attempts out of the locker room and posted a 15-3 run fueled by a barrage of 3-pointers to cut the deficit to just five points six minutes into the half. The Frog lead dwindled to as few as one point following a Julian DeBose layup with 11.9 seconds left. Kyan Anderson pushed the edge back to two points by hitting 1-of-2 free throws after being fouled on the in-bounds, but the Owls regained the ball for one last chance. The Frogs stood up to the defensive challenge on Rice s last possession, forcing an off-balance shot at the buzzer by Tamir Jackson that glanced off the rim. 4TCU posted season-high advantages in rebounding margin (38-17), 3-pointers (six) and free-throw attempts (24). 4Garlon Green posted his sixth career game with at least 20 points, and the third this season, with a career-best 31 points. 4Green led TCU in scoring for the third consecutive outing. 4Adrick McKinney posted his team-leading third career double-double. TCU [8-4] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 48.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 66.7% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 62.5% Deadball Rbs: 4 Officials: Bret Smith, Rick Randall, Warren Evans Technical fouls: TCU-None. Rice-None. Attendance: 1,549 TCU Rice RICE [3-8] 11 WILSON, Ross f GEARHART, Seth f GUERCY, Max g JACKSON, Tamir g DeBOSE, Julian g WASHINGTON, Keith PEERA, Dan RAMLJAK, Austin FIROZGARY, Bahrom TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 45.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 35.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 77.3% Deadball Rbs: 2 Points in the paint-tcu 18,RICE 20. Points off turnovers-tcu 6,RICE 16. 2nd chance points-tcu 15,RICE 1. Fast break points-tcu 2,RICE 2. Bench points-tcu 5,RICE 6. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-3 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-02:01, RICE 2nd-00:13. Largest lead-tcu by 18 2nd-18:34, RICE by 2 1st-19:18. BIG // #23

24 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TCU 67, MISS. VALLEY STATE 64 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Dec. 30, 2012 FORT WORTH TCU led by double digits early before having to force a late rally on its way to a victory over Mississippi Valley State. The Frogs scored seven of the game s final nine points in the comeback win. The Frogs led by as many as 12 points but saw their edge evaporate late as MVSU cranked its game up to another level. A 6-0 run gave TCU a lead with 9:34 remaining, but MVSU scored 15 of the game s next 19 points to move ahead inside the final three minutes. The Frogs went cold from the floor during the stretch, as the Devils held the squad without a field goal and to only four foul throws for nearly eight full minutes. A Darryl Marshall layup gave MVSU its first lead of the game at with 2:24 to play, but TCU responded with its late surge. Adrick McKinney came up with two huge plays down low on back-to-back TCU possessions, first tying the game with a layup off an assist from Kyan Anderson. McKinney then gave the Frogs the lead for good with a tip-in off a missed layup by Garlon Green with 35 seconds left. 4TCU finished non-conference with a 9-4 record, its best mark (.692) since going 10-4 (.714) in regular-season non-league games in TCU erased a second-half deficit for the sixth time in a win this season. 4Garlon Green recorded his 400th career rebound. 4Adrick McKinney scored in double figures for the fourth time in the last five games and led TCU on the glass for the sixth time in the last seven contests. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE [0-10] 00 Usher, Davon f Thomas, Ervin f Ralling, Blake f Francis, Julius c Tomlin, Darius g Smith, Matt Marshall, Darryl Dobbs, Cameron Henry, Cortland Johnson, Marcus TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 46.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 40.0% Deadball Rbs: 4 Officials: Joe DeRosa, Greg Rennegarbe, Toby Martinez Technical fouls: Mississippi Valley S-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 3,868 Mississippi Valley State TCU TCU [9-4] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 49.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 52.2% Deadball Rbs: 4 Points in the paint-mvsu 40,TCU 40. Points off turnovers-mvsu 13,TCU 10. 2nd chance points-mvsu 11,TCU 16. Fast break points-mvsu 6,TCU 4. Bench points-mvsu 31,TCU 8. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-2 times. Last FG-MVSU 2nd-00:06, TCU 2nd-00:34. Largest lead-mvsu by 2 2nd-02:30, TCU by 12 1st-07:27. TEXAS TECH 62, TCU 53 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Jan. 5, 2013 FORT WORTH TCU staged a late comeback attempt but fell short, dropping a decision to Texas Tech in its inaugural Big 12 game. TCU trailed the Red Raiders by 16 points with just over five minutes remaining before rallying. The Frogs scored 12 of the game s next 13 points to climb to within five inside the final minute, but the squad was unable to get any closer. Tech closed the game out at the free-throw line, going 2-for-2 on successive trips inside the final 35 seconds to hold off the Frogs. Devonta Abron led TCU with a game-high 16 points, while he added seven rebounds and a career-high four blocked shots. Abron paired with Adrick McKinney to give the Frogs a physical presence inside against the Red Raiders. TCU posted a rebounding edge, its second-largest of the season, while pulling down a season-best 17 offensive boards. 4TCU fell to all-time in conference season openers. The squad has dropped its last three openers. 4TCU was outshot from the floor for only the fourth time this season. The squad is now 0-4 in such contests. 4TCU fell to 5-2 when outrebounding the opponent. The Frogs 17 offensive rebounds marked a season high. 4Adrick McKinney and Devonta Abron started together for the first time this season. 4TCU matched its team season high of seven blocked shots. Abron set a career high with four blocks, matching the most for a Frog since TEXAS TECH [8-4; 1-0 BIG 12] 11 Kravic, Dejan f Tolbert, Jordan f Jackson, Trency g Hannahs, Dusty g Gray, Josh g Nurse, Ty Robinson, Daylen Tapsoba, Kader Gotcher, Toddrick Williams, Jamal Crockett, Jaye TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 47.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 60.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 76.9% Deadball Rbs: 0,1 Officials: J.B. Caldwell, Kipp Kissinger, Patrick Adams Technical fouls: Texas Tech-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 5,448 Texas Tech TCU TCU [9-5; 0-1 BIG 12] 23 Abron, Devonta f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Crossland, Connell Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 35.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 14.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 77.8% Deadball Rbs: 1 Points in the paint-tt 32,TCU 28. Points off turnovers-tt 15,TCU 11. 2nd chance points-tt 11,TCU 15. Fast break points-tt 5,TCU 8. Bench points-tt 20,TCU 8. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-2 times. Last FG-TT 2nd-05:20, TCU 2nd-00:39. Largest lead-tt by 16 2nd-05:20, TCU by 2 1st-18:13. RV/RV OKLAHOMA ST. 63, TCU 45 Stillwater, Okla. (Gallagher-Iba Arena) Jan. 9, 2013 STILLWATER, Okla. Garlon Green scored a game-high 20 points, including the 1,000th of his career, but Oklahoma State proved to be too much on its home court, downing the Horned Frogs by a count. Green reached the 20-point plateau for the third time in the past five games, making 8-of-15 shots from the field. TCU needed Green s efforts, as the rest of the squad struggled on the offensive end for much of the evening. The squad finished the contest shooting only 36.2% from the floor overall while committing a season-high 21 turnovers. Kyan Anderson joined Green in double figures with 10 points. OSU took an early lead and never looked back, running out to a advantage at intermission after leading by as many as 17 points in the opening half. The Frogs struggled to find their offense in the first period, with the exception of Green, who totaled 14 points in the frame. TCU shot only 33.3% from the floor in the stanza, while the Cowboys had no such problems, scoring at a 61.9% clip. 4Garlon Green led TCU in scoring for the team-high fifth time with a gamehigh 20 points. It marked the seventh time in his career, and his fourth game this season, with at least 20 points. 4Three of Green s 20-plus point efforts have come in the last five contests. 4Green became the 31st TCU player with 1,000 career points and the 20th with 1,000 points and 400 rebounds on a jumper late in the first half. 4TCU forced a season-high 24 turnovers. TCU [9-6; 0-2 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 36.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 42.9% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 55.6% Deadball Rbs: 1 Officials: Tom Eades, Rick Crawford, Greg Rennegarbe Technical fouls: TCU-None. Oklahoma State-None. Attendance: 7,502 TCU Oklahoma State OKLAHOMA STATE [11-3; 1-1 BIG 12] 02 Nash, Le Bryan f Murphy, Kamari f Jurick, Philip c Brown, Markel g Smart, Marcus g Gardner, Kirby Forte, Phil Sager, Christien Cobbins, Michael TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 52.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 73.3% Deadball Rbs: 3 Points in the paint-tcu 14,OSU 30. Points off turnovers-tcu 19,OSU 17. 2nd chance points-tcu 2,OSU 7. Fast break points-tcu 8,OSU 11. Bench points-tcu 12,OSU 12. Score tied-1 time. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:11, OSU 2nd-00:33. Largest lead-tcu None, OSU by 20 2nd-12:14. BIG // #24

25 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS BAYLOR 51, TCU 40 Waco, Texas (Ferrell Center) Jan. 12, 2013 WACO, Texas TCU s bid for its first Big 12 victory came up short, as Baylor rallied in the second half for a victory over the Horned Frogs. The Frogs held the lead at the half, 22-21, and also found themselves in front by one with 18 minutes left before Baylor pushed ahead with a huge run to take control of the contest. The Bears scored 17 of the game s next 21 points to move in front by 12, 42-30, following a tip-in by Rico Gathers. TCU was able to cut the advantage back to single digits at following a 3-pointer by Charles Hill Jr. and free-throw by Kyan Anderson, but Baylor followed with another big run, this one a 9-0 spurt highlighted by a trey from Pierre Jackson and four points by Deuce Bello, to seal the decision. The Frogs fought until the end, scoring the game s final six points. Hill, making his first start for the Frogs, had a breakout performance, leading the squad in scoring with 12 points and on the glass with eight rebounds. He set career highs in both categories while also playing a personal-best 38 minutes, 14 more than in any previous contest. 4Charles Hill Jr. led TCU in points (12) and rebounds (eight), the first time he led the squad in either category this season. 4Hill earned his first career start, as TCU featured its eight different starting lineup of the season. 4Devonta Abron also reached double figures with 10 points, his sixth game with 10 or more this season. 4TCU held Baylor to a season-low 51 points, seven below its previous low. TCU [9-7; 0-3 BIG 12] 23 Abron, Devonta f McKinney, Adrick f Hill Jr., Charles g Anderson, Kyan g Green, Garlon g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Butler Lind, Nate Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 44.4% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 42.9% Deadball Rbs: 4 Officials: Mark Whitehead, Larry Spaulding, Brett Meaux Technical fouls: TCU-TEAM. Baylor-None. Attendance: 7,753 TCU Baylor BAYLOR [11-4; 3-0 BIG 12] 34 Jefferson, Cory f Austin, Isaiah c Heslip, Brady g Walton, A.J. g Jackson, Pierre g Rose, L.J Gathers, Rico Franklin, Gary Bello, Deuce TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 40.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 57.1% Deadball Rbs: 2,1 Points in the paint-tcu 12,BU 38. Points off turnovers-tcu 13,BU 17. 2nd chance points-tcu 14,BU 14. Fast break points-tcu 0,BU 2. Bench points-tcu 7,BU 8. Score tied-5 times. Lead changed-8 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:07, BU 2nd-03:17. Largest lead-tcu by 2 1st-04:24, BU by 17 2nd-03:17. #16/18 KANSAS STATE 67, TCU 54 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Jan. 16, 2013 FORT WORTH Adrick McKinney scored a career-high 18 points as TCU opened a week-long homestand with a loss to No. 16 Kansas State. McKinney came alive for the Frogs in the second half, but it wasn t enough to offset a K-State squad that showed up to the DMC in sharp form. KSU connected on 48.2% of its field goals, including 9-of-17 from 3-point range, and turned 12 TCU turnovers into 20 points. The Wildcats built a 13-point lead at the half and never looked back. McKinney went 6-of-8 from the floor and 6-of-9 at the charity stripe on the way to his career performance. He totaled 12 of his scoring figure in the second half and added a team-high nine rebounds for the game, his sixth contest in the last nine with at least nine boards. 4Adrick McKinney led TCU in scoring for the second time this season and in rebounds for the team-high ninth time. 4McKinney reached double figures in points for the sixth time this season, and the fifth time in the last nine contests. 4Kemal Dincer made his first career appearance late in the second half, playing two minutes. 4TCU utilized its ninth different starting lineup this season and the fourth different group in its last four games. 4Kansas State made nine 3-pointers, three more than any previous Frog opponent this season. KANSAS STATE [14-2; 3-0 BIG 12] 42 Gipson, Thomas f Southwell, Shane g Rodriguez, Angel g McGruder, Rodney g Spradling, Will g Irving, Martavious Williams, Nino Lawrence, Omari Diaz, Adrian Henriquez, Jordan Schultz, Ryan Meyer, Shawn Orris, Michael Johnson, DJ TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 48.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 52.9% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 40.0% Deadball Rbs: 4 Officials: Mike Stuart, Antonio Petty, Rodrick Dixon Technical fouls: Kansas State-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 4872 Kansas State TCU TCU [9-8; 0-4 BIG 12] 23 Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Hill Jr., Charles g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 37.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 62.5% Deadball Rbs: 3,2 Points in the paint-ksu 34,TCU 26. Points off turnovers-ksu 20,TCU 6. 2nd chance points-ksu 14,TCU 14. Fast break points-ksu 3,TCU 6. Bench points-ksu 26,TCU 20. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-1 time. Last FG-KSU 2nd-06:19, TCU 2nd-00:22. Largest lead-ksu by 25 2nd-06:19, TCU by 6 1st-17:18. --/RV IOWA STATE 63, TCU 50 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Jan. 19, 2013 FORT WORTH TCU held high-scoring Iowa State to its lowest output of the season, but it wasn t enough as the Cyclones left the DMC with a victory in the teams first matchup as Big 12 opponents. TCU s scoring woes continued against ISU, as the squad shot 36.4% from the field overall and only 1-of-10 from 3-point range. The Frogs had several opportunities at the charity stripe that failed to drop, as well, going 9-of-22 at the line. Iowa State, which entered the game ranked seventh nationally in scoring and 10th in 3-pointers made, had fewer troubles on the offensive end, burying an even 50.0% of their field-goal attempts. The contest was a close, back-and-forth affair in the early going featuring eight ties and two lead changes in the first 14 minutes. Iowa State opened the game up by scoring 14 of the final 18 points of the half to take a advantage to the locker room. ISU took its largest lead at 15 points on another McGee 3 with 12:08 remaining in the contest. TCU would claw its way back to within single digits, but the Frogs were held scoreless the rest of the way. 4Devonta Abron, Garlon Green and Charles Hill Jr. all shared the team lead with 10 points each. It marked the second time in the last three games Hill led TCU in scoring. 4 TCU s 17 offensive boards matching its top total of the season. 4 TCU held ISU to its lowest scoring total of the season with 63 points. IOWA STATE [13-4; 3-1 BIG 12] 03 Ejim, Melvin f Niang, Georges f Babb, Chris g Lucious, Korie g Clyburn, Will g Long, Naz Booker, Anthony Gibson, Percy McGee, Tyrus TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 27.8% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 66.7% Deadball Rbs: 1 Officials: Gary Maxwell, Keith Kimble, Greg Rennegarbe Technical fouls: Iowa State-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 4,753 Iowa State TCU TCU [9-9; 0-5 BIG 12] 23 Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Hill Jr., Charles g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde McKinney, Adrick TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 36.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 10.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 40.9% Deadball Rbs: 5 Points in the paint-isu 40,TCU 26. Points off turnovers-isu 11,TCU 13. 2nd chance points-isu 19,TCU 14. Fast break points-isu 4,TCU 0. Bench points-isu 20,TCU 12. Score tied-8 times. Lead changed-2 times. Last FG-ISU 2nd-00:09, TCU 2nd-02:17. Largest lead-isu by 15 2nd-12:11, TCU by 3 1st-13:28. BIG // #25

26 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS WEST VIRGINIA 71, TCU 50 Morgantown, W.Va. (WVU Coliseum) Jan. 23, 2013 MORGANTOWN, W.Va. TCU was unable to match up with West Virginia in a meeting of Big 12 newcomers, as the Frogs suffered a road setback to the Mountaineers. West Virginia jumped on top of TCU early after Nate Butler Lind and Kyan Anderson had given the Frogs a 6-3 edge less than three minutes into the contest with back-to-back 3-pointers. The Mountaineers responded with a 9-0 run to pull ahead by five, 13-8, with the help of four consecutive Frog turnovers. WVU s pressure defense gave TCU fits in the first half, forcing 10 turnovers. TCU would never see the lead again. WVU moved in front by as many as 15 points in the opening stanza following a 12-2 run culminating with a Frog turnover and fastbreak dunk in the final minute by Deniz Kilicli. Anderson sank a pair of free throws with five seconds left in the half to make the score at intermission. WVU continued its push early in the second half, moving on top by 21 points with under 13 minutes remaining. TCU continued to battle, closing to within 11, but a late 11-2 Mountaineer run put a win out of the Frogs reach. 4Kyan Anderson led TCU in scoring for the fifth time this season, one effort shy of Garlon Green for the team lead. 4Connell Crossland scored 11 points, one shy of his career high. He reached double digits for the third time this season 4Crossland also set a career best with three of TCU's six blocked shots. TCU [9-10; 0-6 BIG 12] 23 Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Hill Jr., Charles g Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 42.9% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 56.5% Deadball Rbs: 5 Officials: Paul Janssen, Kelly Self, Duke Edsall Technical fouls: TCU-None. West Virginia-None. Attendance: 7,094 TCU West Virginia WEST VIRGINIA [9-9; 2-3 BIG 12] 13 Kilicli, Deniz f Noreen, Kevin f Hinds, Jabarie g Harris, Eron g Browne, Gary g Rutledge, Dominique Staten, Juwan Brown, Aaron Henderson, Terry Humphrey, Matt Murray, Aaric Miles, Keaton TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 43.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.5% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 51.6% Deadball Rbs: 7,1 Points in the paint-tcu 26,WVU 34. Points off turnovers-tcu 11,WVU 20. 2nd chance points-tcu 4,WVU 16. Fast break points-tcu 2,WVU 8. Bench points-tcu 22,WVU 29. Score tied-1 time. Lead changed-2 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-00:47, WVU 2nd-01:01. Largest lead-tcu by 4 1st-15:56, WVU by 23 2nd-01:01. BAYLOR 82, TCU 56 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Jan. 26, 2013 FORT WORTH TCU ran into a sharp-shooting Baylor squad, falling by a count to the Bears at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. Adrick McKinney led TCU in the scorebook with 15 points. BU was hot from outside throughout the afternoon, and it proved to be more than the Frogs could handle. The Bears drilled 11-of-19 attempts from 3-point range, the most treys made against the Frogs since UNLV buried 12 last season in Las Vegas. Baylor not only was sharp from outside, it played well in most facets of Saturday s game, taking advantage of nearly every opportunity that arose. The squad went 17-for-20 at the free-throw line (85.0%) and scored 25 second-chance points on 13 offensive rebounds. The Bears edge in size over the Frogs resulted in a overall rebounding margin. The squad also limited TCU to only 33.3% shooting from the floor overall. 4Adrick McKinney led TCU in scoring for the third time this season with 15 points. He reached double figures for the eighth time this season and the seventh time in the last 12 games. 4McKinney set career highs in both free throws made (seven) and attempts (11). 4Connell Crossland matched his career scoring high with 12 points, making a career-best six field goals on eight attempts. He has scored in double figures in back-to-back contests for the first time in his career. 4Nate Butler Lind also matched his career scoring high with 10 points. BAYLOR [14-5; 5-1 BIG 12] 34 Jefferson, Cory f Austin, Isaiah c Heslip, Brady g Walton, A.J. g Jackson, Pierre g Rose, L.J Gathers, Rico Franklin, Gary Bello, Deuce Lowery, Logan Neubert, Jacob Prince, Taurean TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 47.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 57.9% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 85.0% Deadball Rbs: 1 Officials: John Higgins, Don Daily, Andrew Walton Technical fouls: Baylor-None. TCU-TEAM. Attendance: 6,277 Baylor TCU TCU [9-11; 0-7 BIG 12] 23 Abron, Devonta f McKinney, Adrick f Hill Jr., Charles g Anderson, Kyan g Green, Garlon g Crossland, Connell Smith III, Clyde Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas Butler Lind, Nate Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 28.6% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 72.0% Deadball Rbs: 5 Points in the paint-bu 28,TCU 26. Points off turnovers-bu 8,TCU 17. 2nd chance points-bu 25,TCU 17. Fast break points-bu 15,TCU 7. Bench points-bu 29,TCU 24. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-BU 2nd-01:35, TCU 2nd-02:30. Largest lead-bu by 29 2nd-08:15, TCU None. TEXAS 60, TCU 43 Austin, Texas (Erwin Center) Feb. 2, 2013 AUSTIN, Texas TCU suffered a road setback to Texas on in the teams first meeting as Big 12 members. Adrick McKinney led the Horned Frogs in scoring with 13 points. TCU s trend of shooting struggles continued against the Longhorns, as the Frogs made only 17-of-52 field-goal attempts (32.7%). The squad also hit only two of its 13 3-point tries while going 7-of-15 at the charity stripe. UT had no such issues from the floor, making more than 52% of its total shots The two teams were in a tight battle in the game s opening 10 minutes until the Longhorns took control. UT outscored the Frogs by a 17-7 margin to end the half, as TCU made only 3-of-10 shots and totaled six of its 13 turnovers in the stretch. Texas exited the locker room at intermission with a lead that quickly grew to a 19-point edge just minutes into the second half after the squad scored the first seven points of the period. 4Adrick McKinney led TCU in scoring for the second straight game. He has scored in double figures three straight games, a career-long streak. 4Connell Crossland led TCU in rebounding with a career-high 12 boards. It marked his third double-digit rebounding effort of the season and the fourth of his career. 4Garlon Green moved into a tie for ninth place on TCU s career games played list with former Frog Ryan Carroll ( ) with his 118th appearance in a Frog uniform. 4TCU shot only 32.7% from the floor overall, its lowest rate in Big 12 play. TCU [9-12; 0-8 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Green, Garlon g Hill Jr., Charles Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 32.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 15.4% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 46.7% Deadball Rbs: 5 Officials: Tom O Neill, Rick Crawford, Randy Heimerman Technical fouls: TCU-None. Texas-None. Attendance: 11,641 TCU Texas TEXAS [10-11; 2-6 BIG 12] 33 Papapetrou, Ioannis f Ridley, Cameron c McClellan, Sheldon g Felix, Javan g Lewis, Julien g Holland, Demarcus Bond, Jaylen Lammert, Connor Ibeh, Prince TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 52.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 64.7% Deadball Rbs: 1,1 Points in the paint-tcu 22,UT 30. Points off turnovers-tcu 12,UT 19. 2nd chance points-tcu 8,UT 4. Fast break points-tcu 4,UT 6. Bench points-tcu 8,UT 14. Score tied-2 times. Lead changed-3 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-02:06, UT 2nd-00:17. Largest lead-tcu by 2 1st-19:20, UT by 19 2nd-17:32. BIG // #26

27 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS TCU 62, #5/5 KANSAS 55 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Feb. 6, 2013 FORT WORTH TCU s first win in the Big 12 was a big one, as the Horned Frogs knocked off No. 5 Kansas in front of a record attendance at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum of 7,412. The victory was the first for the program ever over a top-5 opponent. The Frogs locked down on KU defensively on the first half while running out to a large lead. The Jayhawks scored only two points in the game s opening 14 minutes and made only 3-of-22 attempts overall in the period as TCU built a edge at the half. TCU then withstood Kansas best shot in the second half, including eight straight possessions where the Jayhawks scored at least one point. The Frog lead grew to as many as 16 points with 11:41 to play before KU made its last-ditch effort. TCU then closed the game out at the free-throw line before portions of the sellout crowd stormed the DMC court. 4Garlon Green, playing in his 100th consecutive game for TCU, led the Frogs with 20 points, his fifth 20-plus-point effort of the season. 4Connell Crossland ripped down a career-best 15 rebounds and added eight points. 4Nate Butler Lind matched his career high of 10 points for the third time this season. 4 The highest ranked squad TCU had previously defeated was No. 6 on two occasions: vs. No. 6 Arkansas (March 11, 1983) and vs. No. 6 Oklahoma (Dec. 27, 1987). KANSAS [19-3; 7-2 BIG 12] 34 Ellis, Perry f Withey, Jeff c Johnson, Elijah g McLemore, Ben g Releford, Travis g Tharpe, Naadir Adams, Rio White III, Andrew Wesley, Justin Roberts, Niko Traylor, Jamari Young, Kevin TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 29.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 13.6% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 69.6% Deadball Rbs: 3,1 Officials: John Higgins, Doug Sirmons, Darron George Technical fouls: Kansas-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 7,412 Kansas TCU TCU [10-12; 1-8 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 39.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 30.8% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 57.9% Deadball Rbs: 7 Points in the paint-ku 26,TCU 20. Points off turnovers-ku 7,TCU 17. 2nd chance points-ku 9,TCU 7. Fast break points-ku 0,TCU 0. Bench points-ku 19,TCU 9. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-KU 2nd-00:01, TCU 2nd-03:35. Largest lead-ku None, TCU by 16 2nd-11:41. WEST VIRGINIA 63, TCU 50 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Feb. 9, 2013 FORT WORTH Kyan Anderson scored a team-high 16 points, but West Virginia stepped up its defensive effort in the second half to defeat TCU at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, TCU recorded one of its best shooting halves of the season in the opening period but still found itself trailing by three at intermission due to an aggressive WVU defense that forced the Frogs into 12 turnovers. The Frogs kept themselves in the game by making 9-of-15 field goals in the half, good for a 60.0% clip, while posting a 16-5 rebounding edge. The Frogs trailed by as many as six points in the opening stanza before putting together a 9-3 run late in the half fueled by four Butler Lind points and a 3 from Anderson. Hinds answered with a trey just before the buzzer to give WVU the advantage at the break, TCU s offensive success would not last, as WVU switched to a zone defensive scheme in the second half that stifled the Frogs efforts. The Mountaineers held TCU to only 25.0% shooting following intermission. 4Kyan Anderson scored 16 points, his most since totaling 19 during the Jan. 23 loss at West Virginia. He led the team in scoring for the sixth time. 4Connell Crossland set a new career scoring high with 13 points, breaking his previous best of 12 points recorded on three occasions. 4Crossland made 7-of-9 free-throw attempts, which both marked career bests. 4TCU posted a rebounding edge, its largest in Big 12 play. WEST VIRGINIA [12-11; 5-5 BIG 12] 13 Kilicli, Deniz f Noreen, Kevin f Hinds, Jabarie g Harris, Eron g Browne, Gary g Rutledge, Dominique Staten, Juwan Henderson, Terry Murray, Aaric Miles, Keaton TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 51.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 70.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 66.7% Deadball Rbs: 2,1 Officials: Joe Derosa, Kipp Kissinger, Bert Smith Technical fouls: West Virginia-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 5,192 West Virginia TCU TCU [10-13; 1-9 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 36.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 21.1% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 60.0% Deadball Rbs: 5 Points in the paint-wvu 24,TCU 18. Points off turnovers-wvu 16,TCU 16. 2nd chance points-wvu 7,TCU 6. Fast break points-wvu 6,TCU 4. Bench points-wvu 24,TCU 5. Score tied-3 times. Lead changed-6 times. Last FG-WVU 2nd-02:15, TCU 2nd-04:03. Largest lead-wvu by 13 2nd-02:15, TCU by 5 1st-10:45. OKLAHOMA 75, TCU 48 Norman, Okla. (Lloyd Noble Center) Feb. 11, 2013 NORMAN, Okla. TCU got off to a slow start and was unable to recover, dropping a decision to Oklahoma at the Sooners Lloyd Noble Center. Devonta Abron led the Horned Frogs in defeat with game highs of 12 points and nine rebounds. Playing in their third game in six days, the Frogs recorded one of their worst offensive halves this season in the opening period. The squad missed its first 14 shots and went only 4-of-24 overall from the floor for the period while falling down by 25 points at intermission, The 11 points marked the fewest in any half for TCU since at least the early 1970s, when records started being tracked. The Frogs fared far better on the offensive end of the court in the second stanza, but it was too late. OU finished the contest making an even 50% of its field-goal attempts and went a perfect 14-of-14 at the free-throw line. The Sooners, who led by as many as 36 after the break, were much more successful at limiting mistakes than the Frogs, giving up only seven turnovers while forcing TCU into 16 giveaways. 4Devonta Abron scored in double figures for the eighth game season and led the Frogs for the fifth time. 4Abron s nine rebounds were his second-most since joining the Frogs. 4Connell Crossland scored in double digits for the fourth time in the last six games. He had done so twice in 50 career games prior to the current stretch. TCU [10-14; 1-10 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 30.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 23.8% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 68.8% Deadball Rbs: 2 Officials: Mark Whitehead, Kelly Self, Terry Oglesby Technical fouls: TCU-None. Oklahoma-None. Attendance: 8,948 TCU Oklahoma OKLAHOMA [16-7; 7-4 BIG 12] 22 M Baye, Amath f Osby, Romero f Pledger, Steven g Hield, Buddy g Cousins, Isaiah g Grooms, Sam Fitzgerald, Andrew Hornbeak, Je lon Neal, Tyler Clark, Cameron Arent, Casey TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 27.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 100% Deadball Rbs: 0 Points in the paint-tcu 20,OU 30. Points off turnovers-tcu 8,OU 17. 2nd chance points-tcu 6,OU 11. Fast break points-tcu 3,OU 8. Bench points-tcu 11,OU 34. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:07, OU 2nd-00:53. Largest lead-tcu None, OU by 36 2nd-13:20. BIG // #27

28 GAME-BY-GAME RECAPS IOWA STATE 87, TCU 53 Ames, Iowa (Hilton Coliseum) Feb. 16, 2013 AMES, Iowa Kyan Anderson led TCU with 11 points and a careerhigh eight assists as Iowa State downed the Horned Frogs by an count at Hilton Coliseum. The Frogs ran up against a high-octane Iowa State squad that fired on all cylinders Saturday. The Cyclones shot 51.9% from the field overall, including 48.3% (14-of-29) from beyond the arc. The team s 14 treys were the most made against the Frogs in more than three years. ISU also controlled the paint, recording a rebounding edge on TCU. TCU was unable to keep pace with the Cyclones, shooting only 38.2 percent from the floor, although the squad did match its season high with six 3 s. The Frogs also scored 10 points on the fastbreak, their second-best total of the year. 4Kyan Anderson led the Frogs in scoring for the seventh time this season, matching Garlon Green for the team lead. Anderson reached double figures for the team-high 13th time. 4Connell Crossland totaled 10 points, his fifth double-figure effort in the last seven games. He entered the current stretch having scored 10 or more only twice in 50 career contests. 4Iowa State sank 14 3-poitners, the most against TCU since Texas State totaled 15 in a triple-overtime Frog win on Nov. 24, TCU matched a season high with six 3-pointers. Its 25 attempts from 3 also marked a season high. TCU [10-15; 1-11 BIG 12] 00 Hill Jr., Charles * Crossland, Connell * Anderson, Kyan * Abron, Devonta * Green, Garlon * Smith III, Clyde Montigel, Thomas Butler Lind, Nate McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 24.0% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 29.4% Deadball Rbs: 5 Officials: Tom O Neill, Don Daily, Rodrick Dixon Technical fouls: TCU-Abron, Devonta. Iowa State-None. Attendance: 14,376 TCU Iowa State IOWA STATE [17-8; 7-5 BIG 12] 02 Babb, Chris * Ejim, Melvin * Lucious, Korie * Clyburn, Will * Niang, Georges * Palo, Bubu Okoro, Nkereuwem McBeth, Austin Long, Naz Booker, Anthony Gibson, Percy McGee, Tyrus Ellerman, Tyler TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 51.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 48.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 85.0% Deadball Rbs: 2 Points in the paint-tcu 22,ISU 24. Points off turnovers-tcu 11,ISU 15. 2nd chance points-tcu 8,ISU 8. Fast break points-tcu 10,ISU 2. Bench points-tcu 12,ISU 23. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:44, ISU 2nd-01:30. Largest lead-tcu None, ISU by 34 2nd-01:30. TEXAS 68, TCU 59 Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum) Feb. 19, 2013 FORT WORTH TCU put up one of its top shooting performances of Big 12 play but was unable to cool off Texas, as UT earned a sweep of the season series by downing the Frogs by a count at the DMC. TCU made 45.7% of its shots, easily its best rate since the start of league play, but Texas was just a bit better, making an even 50%, including nearly 60% in the first half while building an eight-point lead at intermission. The Frogs turned their fortunes around in the second half after falling behind by as many as 12 points. The squad knotted the game up after holding the Horns to only two field goals in an eight-minute stretch. Nate Butler Lind tied the game up at 48-all on a pair of free throws with 8:43 to play following a dunk by Connell Crossland on the previous possession. Lammert then took the game over for Texas, delivering nine of 12 UT points in just over three minutes to push the squad back in front by seven, 60-53, with 4:48 to play. TCU was able to close back to within five at the two-minute mark, but a 3 by Demarcus Holland following a long UT possession with a minute to go ended up sealing the Frogs fate. 4Nate Butler Lind set a new career scoring high with 12 points, breaking his previous best of 10, while he also totaled a personal-best five assists. 4Kyan Anderson posted his fourth consecutive double-figure scoring performance with 10 points to set a new career-long streak. 4Anderson matched his career high in assists (eight) for the second consecutive game. TEXAS [12-14; 4-9 BIG 12] 10 Holmes, Jonathan f Lammert, Connor f Papapetrou, Ioannis f Holland, Demarcus g Kabongo, Myck g McClellan, Sheldon Felix, Javan Bond, Jaylen Lewis, Julien Ibeh, Prince Ridley, Cameron TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 38.9% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 61.9% Deadball Rbs: 5,1 Officials: John Higgins, Tom Eades, Keith Kimble Technical fouls: Texas-None. TCU-None. Attendance: 5,451 Texas TCU TCU [10-16; 1-12 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f Abron, Devonta f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles McKinney, Adrick Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 45.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 58.3% Deadball Rbs: 3 Points in the paint-ut 32,TCU 26. Points off turnovers-ut 11,TCU 12. 2nd chance points-ut 14,TCU 13. Fast break points-ut 4,TCU 11. Bench points-ut 17,TCU 9. Score tied-1 time. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-UT 2nd-01:07, TCU 2nd-02:16. Largest lead-ut by 12 2nd-18:17, TCU None. #9/9 KANSAS 74, TCU 48 Lawrence, Kan. (Allen Fieldhouse) Feb. 23, 2013 LAWRENCE, Kan. TCU started slow out of the gate and was unable to recover, dropping a road decision at No. 9 Kansas in front of a sold-out crowd at Allen Fieldhouse. KU jumped on top of TCU from the game s outset, grabbing an 11-0 lead in the opening minutes on its way to taking a 29-point advantage into halftime. The Frogs struggled mightily from the field in the first 20 minutes, making only 4-of-23 field-goal attempts and missing all seven of their 3 s. The squad also turned the ball over 10 times in the period, resulting in 16 Kansas points. Devonta Abron totaled seven of TCU s nine first-half points. While TCU struggled early, KU s game was sharp. The squad drilled nearly 53% of its shots overall, including an even 50% from beyond the arc. Kansas clamped down on the Frogs defensively, holding TCU to its lowest point total in a half (nine) since records started being tracked in the 1970s. 4TCU fell to 3-3 in its last six games against ranked opponents. 4Devonta Abron scored a career-high 18 points, topping his previous best of 17 set during the Nov. 29 home win over Southern Utah. 4Abron also pulled down a game-high nine rebounds. He led the Frogs in both points and boards for the sixth time this season in each category. 4Kyan Anderson totaled 11 points, all in the second half. 4Kemal Dincer scored the first points of his Horned Frog career on a long jumper with just over a minute remaining in the contest. TCU [10-17; 1-13 BIG 12] 02 Crossland, Connell f McKinney, Adrick f Green, Garlon f Anderson, Kyan g Butler Lind, Nate g Hill Jr., Charles Smith III, Clyde Dincer, Kemal Montigel, Thomas Abron, Devonta Zurcher, Chris TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 36.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 28.6% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 62.5% Deadball Rbs: 5 Officials: Joe DeRosa, Duke Edsall, K.C. Ely Technical fouls: TCU-None. Kansas-None. Attendance: 16,300 TCU Kansas KANSAS [23-4; 11-3 BIG 12] 40 Young, Kevin f Withey, Jeff c Johnson, Elijah g McLemore, Ben g Releford, Travis g Tharpe, Naadir Adams, Rio White III, Andrew Wesley, Justin Manning, Evan Self, Tyler Roberts, Niko Garrett, Christian Traylor, Jamari Ellis, Perry TEAM Totals TOTAL FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 49.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 36.4% F Throw % 1st Half: % 2nd Half: % Game: 94.7% Deadball Rbs: 1 Points in the paint-tcu 20,KU 38. Points off turnovers-tcu 14,KU 23. 2nd chance points-tcu 4,KU 8. Fast break points-tcu 4,KU 6. Bench points-tcu 27,KU 17. Score tied-0 times. Lead changed-0 times. Last FG-TCU 2nd-01:04, KU 2nd-04:42. Largest lead-tcu None, KU by 31 2nd-15:42. BIG // #28

29 TCU PLAYER UPDATES CHARLES HILL JR. GUARD #0 Fr. // 6-2 // 185 // HS Fort Worth, Texas Trimble Tech HS SEASON NOTES Charles Hill Jr. has appeared in 19 games as a true freshman, 13 in a reserve role and six as a starter... has made each of his starts in Big 12 play... has scored 63 of his 68 points in conference action... has led TCU twice in scoring and once in rebounds... has two double-figure scoring performances... made his collegiate debut against Centenary (Nov. 12), recording a block and a steal against the Gents... scored his first collegiate basket against Southern Utah (Nov. 29)... played 11 minutes against Houston (Dec. 4), hitting his first career 3-pointer... saw a season-high 24 minutes of action against Oklahoma State (Jan. 9)... scored five points against the Cowboys and tallied a career-high two steals... made his first career start at Baylor (Jan. 12) and played a career-high 38 minutes... led the squad for the first time in points and rebounds... set career bests against the Bears in points (12), rebounds (eight), field goals (five) and 3-pointers (two)... tied for the team lead with 10 points during TCU s home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19)... hit a pair of 3 s for the second time in just 10 minutes during the road setback at Oklahoma (Feb. 11)... totaled nine points with the help of a pair of 3 s during a road start at Iowa State (Feb. 16)... scored five points in 22 minutes of action at No. 9 Kansas (Feb. 23). CAREER HIGHS Points: 12 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FGs: 5 (1/12/13 at Baylor) Rebounds: 8 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FGs Att: 14 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Assists: 2 (2/16/13 at Iowa State) 3FGs: 2, 2x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Steals: 2 (1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) 3FGs Att: 6 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Blocks: 1, 4x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs: 2 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Minutes: 38 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FTs Att: 3 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) SEASON HIGHS Points: 12 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FGs: 5 (1/12/13 at Baylor) Rebounds: 8 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FGs Att: 14 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Assists: 2 (2/16/13 at Iowa State) 3FGs: 2, 2x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Steals: 2 (1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) 3FGs Att: 6 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Blocks: 1, 4x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs: 2 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Minutes: 38 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FTs Att: 3 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 12 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FGs: 5 (1/12/13 at Baylor) Rebounds: 8 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FGs Att: 14 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Assists: 2 (2/16/13 at Iowa State) 3FGs: 2, 2x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Steals: 2 (1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) 3FGs Att: 6 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Blocks: 1, 2x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs: 2 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Minutes: 38 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FTs Att: 3 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor * KANSAS STATE * IOWA STATE * at West Virginia * BAYLOR * at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State* TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / Totals 19 / BIG // #29

30 TCU PLAYER UPDATES JARVIS RAY GUARD #1 Jr. // 6-2 // 195 // 2L New Orleans, La. O. Perry Walker HS SEASON NOTES Jarvis Ray appeared in 10 games with nine starts this season before suffering a major injury to his left foot during the Dec. 18 home win over Southern that will keep him sidelined for around two months... experienced the injury after landing on another player s foot following a jump shot late in the contest... has scored 10 or more points three times after entering the season with just one double-figure game... has led TCU in scoring once and assists once... his 62 points this season are equal to his career total entering the year... scored seven points and dished out a career-high three assists to lead the team in the season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9)... was one of four Horned Frogs to score in double figures against Centenary (Nov. 12), finishing the game with 11 points on 5-of-7 shooting... scored a career-high 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting against SMU (Nov. 14), playing a careerhigh 36 minutes... led the team with 13 points against Prairie View A&M (Nov. 18)... tied his career-high with five rebounds against Navy (Nov. 20)... matched a career best with three assists against Southern Utah (Nov. 29). Points: 14 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) Rebounds: 5, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) Assists: 3, 3x (last 11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Steals: 3 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Blocks: 2 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Minutes: 36 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) Points: 14 (11/15/12 vs. SMU) Rebounds: 5 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) Assists: 3, 3x (last 11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Steals: 2, 3x (last 12/18/12 vs. Southern) Blocks: 1, 3x (last 12/18/12 vs. Southern) Minutes: 36 (11/15/12 vs SMU) Points: 3, 2x (last 2/9/11 vs. UNLV) Rebounds: 4 (2/5/11 at San Diego State) Assists: 2, 2x (last 3/2/11 at Air Force) Steals: 1, 5x (last 2/26/11 vs. New Mexico) Blocks: None Minutes: 17 (2/16/11 vs. Colorado State) CAREER HIGHS SEASON HIGHS CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS FGs: 6 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) FGs Att: 12 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) 3FGs: 2 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) 3FGs Att: 4 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) FTs: 5 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) FTs Att: 7 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) FGs: 6 (11/15/12 vs. SMU) FGs Att: 12 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View) 3FGs: 2 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View) 3FGs Att: 4 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View) FTs: 5 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View) FTs Att: 6, 2x (last 11/18/12 vs. Prairie View) FGs Made: 1, 4x (last 2/12/11 at Wyoming) FGs Att: 4, 3x (last 2/26/11 vs. New Mexico) 3FGs Made: None 3FGs Att: 3 (2/9/11 vs. UNLV) FTs Made: 3 (1/26/11 at New Mexico) FTs Att: 4, 2x (last 2/16/11 vs. Colorado State) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY * CENTENARY * SMU * PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * NAVY * vs Northwestern * vs UAB * SOUTHERN UTAH * HOUSTON * at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / / Totals 49 / BIG // #30

31 TCU PLAYER UPDATES SEASON HONORS 4BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK (FEB. 11) CONNELL CROSSLAND FORWARD #2 Sr. // 6-7 // 195 // 1L St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central HS // John A. Logan College SEASON NOTES Connell Crossland has seen action in each contest this season, starting 12 games... already has set new career highs for points, rebounds, steals, blocked shots and minutes in a season... has led TCU eight times in rebounds and once in assists... has scored in double figures a career-high seven times... his four games with double figures in rebounds leads the Frogs... has pulled down at least three boards in all but two contests and at least five 14 times... grabbed four boards in TCU s season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9)... played 23 minutes against Centenary (Nov. 12), recording his first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds... the 10 boards marked his second career effort reaching double figures... made his first start of the season at Tulsa (Dec. 8), playing 36 minutes and posting his second double-figure scoring effort (10) of the season... totaled eight points, his third-best scoring output of the season, during the home win over Southern (Dec. 18)... just missed his second double-double at Rice (Dec. 22), scoring nine points and matching a career best with 11 rebounds in 36 minutes of action... totaled nine points while the home win over Mississippi Valley State, his fourth straight game with at least eight points... led TCU with nine rebounds and pitched in eight points in the Big 12 opener against Texas Tech (Jan. 5)... tied for the team rebounding lead during the home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19) with six boards... led the team with seven boards and a career-high three blocks at West Virginia (Jan. 23)... scored in double figures for the third time this season with 11 points, only one points off his career high... scored 12 points on 6-of-9 shooting against Baylor (Jan. 26)... it marked the first time in his career he had reached double figures in points in back-to-back games... also collected a career-high three steals against the Bears... pulled down 12 rebounds in a road contest at Texas (Feb. 2) while adding eight points... collected a career-high 15 rebounds in TCU s home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6), while also pitching in eight points on 3-of-6 shooting... became the first Frog to pull down 12 or more boards in back-to-back games since Zvonko Buljan in scored a career-high 13 points against West Virginia (Feb. 9) while setting personal bests in free throws (seven) and attempts (nine)... missed a double-double by one board, grabbing nine against the Mountaineers... named Big 12 Player of the Week for his work against KU and WVU, averaging 10.5 points and 12.0 rebounds per game for the week... scored in double figures for the second-straight game with 10 points, while added eight boards in a careerhigh 39 minutes of action at Oklahoma (Feb. 11)... posted 10 points at Iowa State (Feb. 16), his career-best third straight double-figure effort... chipped in six points and five rebounds against Texas (Feb. 19). CAREER HIGHS Points: 13 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) FGs: 6 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Rebounds: 15 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) FGs Att: 9, 2x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Assists: 4 (12/22/11 vs. Grambling State) 3FGs: 2 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Steals: 3 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) 3FGs Att: 2, 4x (last 2/22/12 at Air Force) Blocks: 3 (1/23/13 at West Virginia) FTs: 7 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) Minutes: 39 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) FTs Att: 9 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) SEASON HIGHS Points: 13 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) FGs: 6 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Rebounds: 15 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) FGs Att: 9, 2x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Assists: 2 (11/12/12 vs. Centenary) 3FGs: None Steals: 3 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) 3FGs Att: None Blocks: 3 (1/23/13 at West Virginia) FTs: 7 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) Minutes: 39 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) FTs Att: 9 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 13 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) FGs Made: 6 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Rebounds: 15 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) FGs Att: 9 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Assists: 2, 2x (last 3/3/12 vs. San Diego St.) 3FGs Made: 2 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Steals: 3 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) 3FGs Att: 2, 3x (last 2/22/12 at Air Force) Blocks: 3 (1/23/13 at West Virginia) FTs Made: 7 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) Minutes: 39 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) FTs Att: 9 (2/9/13 vs. West Virginia) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa * SOUTHERN * at Rice * MISS. VALLEY STATE * TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas * KANSAS * WEST VIRGINIA * at Oklahoma * at Iowa State * TEXAS * at Kansas * OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / Totals 59 / BIG // #31

32 TCU PLAYER UPDATES CLYDE SMITH III GUARD #3 Fr. // 6-2 // 180 // HS Houston, Texas The Hotchkiss School (Conn.) SEASON NOTES Clyde Smith III has seen action in 22 contests off the bench this season as a true freshman, including all but three Big 12 contests... has led TCU three times in assists... made his TCU debut during the season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9), playing eight minutes... played 13 minutes against Centenary (Nov. 12), scoring three points and grabbing two rebounds... dished out his first three career assists while tallying four points vs. Prairie View A&M (Nov. 18)... scored a career-high five points against Navy (Nov. 20)... pulled down a career-best four rebounds vs. Northwestern (Nov. 23)... played a career-high 21 minutes against UAB (Nov. 24)... scored four points and added a career-best two steals during TCU s home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19)... played 18 turnover-free minutes at the point during the home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6) while filling in for Kyan Anderson, who was in foul trouble... tied his career-high with two assists in the win. Points: 5 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) Rebounds: 4 (11/23/12 vs. Northwestern) Assists: 3 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) Steals: 2, 2x (last 2/6/13 vs. Kansas) Blocks: None Minutes: 21 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) Points: 5 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) Rebounds: 4 (11/23/12 vs. Northwestern) Assists: 3 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) Steals: 2, 2x (last 2/6/13 vs. Kansas) Blocks: None Minutes: 21 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) Points: 4 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Rebounds: 1, 2x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Assists: 2 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) Steals: 2 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) Blocks: None Minutes: 18 (2/6/13 vs. Kansas) CAREER HIGHS SEASON HIGHS FGs: 2 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) FGs Att: 6 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) 3FGs: 1, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) 3FGs Att: 2, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) FTs: 2, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) FTs Att: 4 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) FGs: 2 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) FGs Att: 6 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View A&M) 3FGs: 1, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) 3FGs Att: 2, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) FTs: 2, 2x (last 11/20/12 vs. Navy) FTs Att: 4 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS FGs: 2 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) FGs Att: 4 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) 3FGs: None 3FGs Att: 1, 4x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) FTs: None FTs Att: None GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / Totals 22 / BIG // #32

33 TCU PLAYER UPDATES AMRIC FIELDS FORWARD #4 Jr. // 6-9 // 220 // 2L Oklahoma City, Okla. Putnam City West HS SEASON NOTES Amric Fields started each of the season s first three games before suffering a seasonending knee injury just 12 seconds into TCU s Nov. 15 matchup with SMU... had played in 69 straight games for the Frogs prior to the injury... is TCU s active career leader in blocked shots... led TCU in scoring during its season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9), totaling 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting... pitched in six points and six boards in the win over Centenary (Nov. 12)... underwent season-ending surgery to his right knee Dec. 14. CAREER HIGHS Points: 26 (12/28/10 vs. Chicago State) FGs: 9 (12/18/10 vs. Chicago State) Rebounds: 7 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) FGs Att: 14 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) Assists: 3, 2x (last 2/1/12 vs. Wyoming) 3FGs: 4 (1/28/12 at New Mexico) Steals: 3 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) 3FGs Att: 7 (1/28/12 at New Mexico) Blocks: 3 (11/26/11 at Houston) FTs: 6 (12/6/11 vs. Texas Tech) Minutes: 36, 2x (last 1/14/12 at Colorado St.) FTs Att: 6, 5x (last 2/25/12 vs. New Mexico) SEASON HIGHS Points: 16 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) FGs: 6 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) Rebounds: 6 (11/12/12 vs. Centenary) FGs Att: 10 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) Assists: 2 (11/12/12 vs. Centenary) 3FGs: None Steals: 1 (11/12/12 vs. Centenary) 3FGs Att: 2 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) Blocks: 1 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) FTs: 4 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) Minutes: 31 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) FTs Att: 8 (11/9/12 vs. Cal Poly) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 20 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) FGs Made: 8, 2x (2/26/11 vs. New Mexico) Rebounds: 7 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) FGs Att: 14 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) Assists: 3, 2x (last 2/1/12 vs. Wyoming) 3FGs Made: 4 (1/28/12 at New Mexico) Steals: 3 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) 3FGs Att: 7 (1/28/12 at New Mexico) Blocks: 2, 2x (last 1/25/12 vs. Air Force) FTs Made: 5 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Minutes: 36, 2x (last 1/14/12 at Colorado St.) FTs Att: 6 (2/25/12 vs. New Mexico) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY * CENTENARY * SMU * Prairie View A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / / Totals 69 / 20 1, BIG // #33

34 TCU PLAYER UPDATES KYAN ANDERSON GUARD #5 So. // 5-11 // 175 // 1L Fort Worth, Texas North Crowley HS SEASON HONORS 4BOB COUSY AWARD WATCH LIST (NATION'S TOP POINT GUARD) 4SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INVITATIONAL ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM SEASON NOTES Kyan Anderson has started each game this season in his second year on campus... tops TCU this season in scoring, assists, steals, 3-pointers and minutes played... ranks among the Big 12 s top-15 players in each category... is TCU s active leader in consecutive starts (49) and career assists (182) and steals (80)... has led TCU in assists 15 times and scoring a team-best seven times... has scored in double figures a team-high 15 games and owns three efforts of 20 points or more... has played at least 30 minutes in 21 of TCU s 27 games... scored 13 points, all after halftime, in TCU s season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9)... finished in double figures in back-to-back games with 10 points against Centenary (Nov. 12)... tied his career-high with eight assists against SMU (Nov. 15)... scored all eight of his points after halftime to help TCU erase a second-half deficit in its win vs. Prairie View A&M (Nov. 18)... scored seven of his nine points in the second half of TCU s win vs. Navy (Nov. 20)... poured in a career-high 35 points on 13-of-20 shooting against UAB (Nov. 24)... the total was the most by a Big 12 player this season and the most for a Horned Frog since Kevin Langford scored 36 on Jan. 21, 2009 vs. Wyoming... notched his second straight 20-plus-point effort with 21 against Southern Utah (Nov. 29)... made it three straight 20-point contests with 20 against Houston (Dec. 4)... connected on a career-high four three-pointers while becoming the first Frog with at least 20 points in three straight contests since Corey Santee in tied his career high with five steals and added six assists at Tulsa (Dec. 8)... totaled 11 points during the home win over Southern (Dec. 18)... led TCU in scoring for the first time in five games with 16 points in 37 minutes against Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30) while also dishing out a team-best five assists... had his career-long streak of at least one 3-pointer in seven straight contests come to an end against Texas Tech (Jan. 5)... posted 10 points and a team-high three assists at Oklahoma State (Jan. 9)... collected 10 points on 4-of-11 shooting against No. 16 Kansas State (Jan. 16)... led the team with three assists during the home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19)... led TCU with 19 points at West Virginia (Jan. 23), his top scoring effort in Big 12 play... led the team with four steals, his fifth career game with four or more thefts, and three assists in the home loss to Baylor (Jan. 26)... scored eight points during the home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6) despite sitting for much of the game in foul trouble... collected a team-high 16 points on 7-of-12 shooting at home against West Virginia (Feb. 9)... hit three shots from beyond the arc while scoring 11 points in TCU s loss at Oklahoma (Feb. 11)... matched his career best in assists for the second time this season with eight helpers while adding a team highs of 11 points and three steals at Iowa State (Feb. 16)... filled the stat line against Texas (Feb. 19) with 10 points, eight assists and two steals... set a new career-long streak against the Longhorns with his fourth straight game scoring in double figures... put in 11 second-half points at No. 9 Kansas (Feb. 25) to extend his career-best streak to fiveconsecutive games. CAREER HIGHS Points: 35 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) FGs: 13 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) Rebounds: 6 (1/18/12 at UNLV) FGs Att: 20 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) Assists: 8, 4x (last 2/18/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs: 4 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) Steals: 5, 2x (last 12/8/12 at Tulsa) 3FGs Att: 11, 2x (last 2/16/13 at Iowa State) Blocks: 1 (11/20/11 vs. Norfolk State) FTs: 8, 2x (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Minutes: 40 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) FTs Att: 10 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) SEASON HIGHS Points: 35 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) FGs: 13 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) Rebounds: 5 (12/30/12 vs. Miss. Valley State) FGs Att: 20 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) Assists: 8, 3x (last 2/18/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs: 4 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) Steals: 5 (12/8/12 at Tulsa) 3FGs Att: 11, 2x (last 2/16/13 at Iowa State) Blocks: None FTs: 8, 2x (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Minutes: 40- (11/24/12 vs. UAB) FTs Att: 10 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 22 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) FGs Made: 7 (1/18/12 at UNLV) Rebounds: 6 (1/18/12 at UNLV) FGs Att: 19 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Assists: 8, 3x (last 2/18/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs Made: 3, 6x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Steals: 3, 2x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) 3FGs Att: 11 (2/16/13 at Iowa State) Blocks: None FTs Made: 7 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) Minutes: 40 (2/14/12 vs. UNLV) FTs Att: 8 (1/23/13 at West Virginia) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY * CENTENARY * SMU * PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * NAVY * vs Northwestern * vs UAB * SOUTHERN UTAH * HOUSTON * at Tulsa * SOUTHERN * at Rice * MISS. VALLEY STATE * TEXAS TECH * at Oklahoma State at Baylor * KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE * at West Virginia * BAYLOR * at Texas * KANSAS * WEST VIRGINIA * at Oklahoma * at Iowa State* TEXAS * at Kansas * OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / Totals 60 / 49 1, BIG // #34

35 TCU PLAYER UPDATES KEMAL DINCER GUARD #10 Fr. // 6-3 // 187 // HS Istanbul, Turkey Robert College SEASON NOTES Kemal Dincer has earned late-game appearances in three games for TCU as a true freshman... made his first game appearance as a Frog during the home loss to Kansas State (Jan. 16), playing the final two minutes... recorded one steal during the appearance... saw the floor again during the home loss to Baylor (Jan. 26), playing two minutes and taking his first field-goal attempt... scored his first two points at No. 9 Kansas (Feb. 23) on a long jumper inside the final minute of play and added a steal. Points: 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Rebounds: None Assists: None Steals: 1, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Blocks: None Minutes: 2, 3x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Points: 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Rebounds: None Assists: None Steals: 1, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Blocks: None Minutes: 2, 3x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) CAREER HIGHS SEASON HIGHS FGs: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs Att: 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs: None 3FGs Att: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FTs: None FTs Att: None FGs: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs Att: 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs: None 3FGs Att: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FTs: None FTs Att: None Points: 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Rebounds: None Assists: None Steals: 1, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Blocks: None Minutes: 2, 3x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS FGs: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs Att: 2 (2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs: None 3FGs Att: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FTs: None FTs Att: None GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / Totals 3 / BIG // #35

36 TCU PLAYER UPDATES Fort Worth, Texas Paschal HS SEASON HONORS 4ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 SECOND TEAM THOMAS MONTIGEL GUARD #11 Jr. // 6-2 // 190 // 2L SEASON NOTES Thomas Montigel has appeared in 16 games this season, making one start... has played in five Big 12 contests... played in TCU s season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9), recording a rebound and assist in his only minute of action... saw a career-high 12 minutes of action against Centenary (Nov. 12)... made first career start against Southern Utah (Nov. 29), setting personal bests in points (five) and minutes played (28), while matching his previous high in rebounds (three)... hit his third career 3-pointer against the Thunderbirds... made his first Big 12 game appearance during the home loss to Kansas State (Jan. 16)... recorded his first career steal during the setback at Oklahoma (Feb. 11)... grabbed a rebound at Kansas in three minutes of action (Feb. 23). CAREER HIGHS Points: 5 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) FGs: 2 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Rebounds: 3, 2x (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) FGs Att: 4 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Assists: 2 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) 3FGs: 1, 4x (last 11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Steals: 1 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) 3FGs Att: 3 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Blocks: None FTs: 1 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Minutes: 28 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) FTs Att: 2 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) SEASON HIGHS Points: 5 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) FGs: 2 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Rebounds: 3 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) FGs Att: 4 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Assists: 1, 3x (last 1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) 3FGs: 1 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Steals: 1 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) 3FGs Att: 3 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) Blocks: None FTs: None Minutes: 28 (11/29/12 vs. Southern Utah) FTs Att: None CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 2 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) FGs Made: 1 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) Rebounds: 1 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs Att: 1, 2x (last 1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) Assists: 1 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) 3FGs Made: None Steals: 1 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) 3FGs Att: 1 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) Blocks: None FTs Made: None Minutes: 4, 2x (last 2/16/13 at Iowa State) FTs Att: None GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH * HOUSTON at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / / Totals 24 / BIG // #36

37 TCU PLAYER UPDATES NATE BUTLER LIND GUARD #21 Sr. // 6-8 // 205 // 1L Dorado, Puerto Rico M.E.C.A. // John A. Logan College SEASON NOTES Nate Butler Lind has seen action in 26 games this season with 20 starts... his only missed game was due to injury... already has set career highs this season for points, assists and blocked shots in a season... has scored at least four points in 18 of 26 appearances and dished out three or more assists eight times... has posted four of his five career doublefigure scoring performances this season... has led the Frogs five times in assists... totaled five points and five rebounds in TCU s season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9)... matched his previous career high with 10 points while adding three assists in 36 minutes against SMU (Nov. 15)... made his first start of the season against Prairie View A&M (Nov. 18)... dished out three assists for the third straight contest... tallied a career-high with four assists and played a career-best 38 minutes against Navy (Nov. 20)... sat out of TCU s win over Southern Utah (Nov. 29) while rehabbing an inury suffered vs. UAB (Nov. 24)... returned to the lineup to play a career-high 40 minutes against Houston (Dec. 4), matching career highs with four assists and two blocks... matched a career best with three steals at Tulsa (Dec. 8)... played all 40 minutes for the second time in his career during the home win over Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30), totaling six points, four rebounds and three assists... tied his career high with three assists in the Big 12 opener against Texas Tech (Jan. 5)... scored six points with five rebounds and two steals during the home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19)... tied his previous career-high with 10 points during the home loss to Baylor (Jan. 26) while adding two blocks to equal a personal best... matched his career scoring high for the second time in three games with 10 points on 3-of-6 shooting in TCU s home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6)... collected nine points and four rebounds against West Virginia (Feb. 9)... his 31 points between Jan. 26 and Feb. 9 marked a career high for a four-game stretch... led TCU with two assists at Oklahoma (Feb. 11)... scored six points and collected a pair of steals at Iowa State (Feb. 16)... set numerous career highs against Texas (Feb. 19) with 12 points, five assists and a 5-of-8 effort at the free throw line while logging a conference career high 39 minutes. CAREER HIGHS Points: 12 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) FGs: 4 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) Rebounds: 9 (1/11/12 vs. UTPA) FGs Att: 11 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) Assists: 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs: 3 (3/13/12 vs. Milwaukee) Steals: 3, 3x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) 3FGs Att: 5 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) Blocks: 2, 3x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs: 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) Minutes: 40, 2x (last 12/30/12 vs. MVSU) FTs Att: 8, 2x (last, 2/19/13 vs. Texas) SEASON HIGHS Points: 12 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) FGs: 4 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) Rebounds: 5, 2x (last 1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) FGs Att: 11 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) Assists: 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs: 2 (11/15/12 vs. SMU) Steals: 3, 2x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) 3FGs Att: 5 (11/14/12 vs. SMU) Blocks: 2, 2x (last 1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs: 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) Minutes: 40, 2x (last 12/30/12 vs. MVSU) FTs Att: 8, 2x (last, 2/19/13 vs. Texas) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 12 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) FGs Made: 3, 2x (last 2/19/13 vs. Texas) Rebounds: 5 (1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) FGs Att: 8 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Assists: 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs Made: 1, 4x (last 2/16/13 at Iowa State) Steals: 3 (1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) 3FGs Att: 3 (2/16/13 at Iowa State) Blocks: 2 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs Made: 5 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) Minutes: 39 (2/19/13 vs. Texas) FTs Att: 8, 2x (last, 2/19/13 vs. Texas) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * NAVY * vs Northwestern * vs UAB * SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON * at Tulsa * SOUTHERN * at Rice * MISS. VALLEY STATE * TEXAS TECH * at Oklahoma State * at Baylor KANSAS STATE * IOWA STATE * at West Virginia * BAYLOR at Texas * KANSAS * WEST VIRGINIA * at Oklahoma * at Iowa State TEXAS * at Kansas * OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / Totals 59 / 30 1, BIG // #37

38 TCU PLAYER UPDATES DEVONTA ABRON FORWARD #23 So. // 6-8 // 255 // TR Dallas, Texas Seagoville HS // Arkansas SEASON NOTES Devota Abron has seen action in each game this season, making 15 starts... has led TCU six times in scoring and six times in rebounding... has scored in double figures nine times and pulled down five or more boards in 15 games... his current field-goal percentage of 55.7 percent would rank as the ninth-best season in TCU history... made his TCU debut during the season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9), totaling one rebound, one blocked shot and a steal in 12 minutes of action... scored nine points and matched a career best with two blocked shots against Centenary (Nov. 12)... scored in double figures for the first time this season with 10 points against Prairie View A&M (Nov. 18) while tying a career high with a pair of blocked shots and pulling down eight rebounds... collected his first career doubledouble against Navy (Nov. 20), with 13 points and pulling down 12 rebounds, his fifth career game with 10 or more boards... also led the Frogs in scoring (12) and rebounds (eight) vs. Northwestern (Nov. 23)... scored a career-high 17 points on 6-of-9 shooting against Southern Utah (Nov. 29), his fourth double-digit scoring effort in five games... totaled eight points and seven boards in just 16 minutes of action during the home win over Southern (Dec. 18)... again recorded eight points and seven points, in just 11 mintues, during the home win over Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30)... led TCU with 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting in the Big 12 opener against Texas Tech (Jan. 5)... also tallied a career-high four blocks in the contest... was one of two Horned Frogs to score in double digits at Baylor (Jan. 12)... collected 10 points on 3-of-7 shooting and also pulled down seven rebounds... scored nine points and totaled six rebournds against Kansas State (Jan. 16)... tied for the team scoring lead with 10 points during the home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19), and added two steals... totaled 21 minutes of action during the home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6), compiling six points, four boards and two assists while going a perfect 4-for-4 at the free-throw line... led the Frogs in both scoring (12) and rebounds (nine) during the setback at Oklahoma (Feb. 11)... pulled down 11 rebounds, the team-high sixth double-digit effort of his career, while adding seven points against Texas (Feb. 19)... poured in a career-best 18 points on 7-of-11 shooting at Kansas (Feb. 23), while and also leading the Frogs with nine rebounds. CAREER HIGHS Points: 18 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs: 7, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Rebounds: 16 (12/3/11 at UConn) FGs Att: 12 (12/3/11 at UConn) Assists: 3 (11/30/11 at Miss. Valley State) 3FGs: None Steals: 3, 2x (last 1/21/12 vs. Michigan) 3FGs Att: 1 (12/10/11 vs. Oklahoma) Blocks: 4 (1/5/12 vs. Texas Tech) FTs: 7 (2/18/12 vs. Florida) Minutes: 34 (12/3/11 at UConn) FTs Att: 9 (2/18/12 vs. Florida) SEASON HIGHS Points: 18 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs: 7, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Rebounds: 12 (11/20/12 vs. Navy) FGs Att: 11 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Assists: 2, 2x (last 2/16/13 at Iowa State) 3FGs: None Steals: 2, 2x (last 1/19/13 vs. Iowa State) 3FGs Att: None Blocks: 4 (1/5/12 vs. Texas Tech) FTs: 5, 2x (last 1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) Minutes: 33, 2x (last 1/12/13 at Baylor) FTs Att: 8 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 18 (2/23/13 at Kansas) FGs: 7, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) Rebounds: 13 (1/14/12 vs. LSU) FGs Att: 11 (2/23/13 at Kansas) Assists: 2, 3x (last 2/16/13 at Iowa State) 3FGs Made: None Steals: 2, 4x (last 1/19/3 vs. Iowa State) 3FGs Att: None Blocks: 4 (1/5/12 vs. Texas Tech) FTs Made: 7 (2/18/12 vs. Florida) Minutes: 33 (1/12/13 at Baylor) FTs Att: 9 (2/18/12 vs. Florida) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY * vs Northwestern * vs. UAB * SOUTHERN UTAH * HOUSTON * at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH * at Oklahoma State * at Baylor * KANSAS STATE * IOWA STATE * at West Virginia * BAYLOR * at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma * at Iowa State* TEXAS * at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / Totals 59 / 37 1, BIG // #38

39 TCU PLAYER UPDATES ADRICK MCKINNEY #24 FORWARD Sr. // 6-8 // 250 // 1L Fort Worth, Texas Trimble Tech HS // Angelina College SEASON NOTES Adrick McKinney has appeared in each game with 15 starts... already has set career highs for points, rebounds and blocked shots in a season... leads all Frogs this season in rebounding and is No. 3 in scoring... has topped TCU four times in scoring, a team-best 13 times in rebounds and twice in assists... has nine games with double figures in points and two with 10-plus rebounds... his two double-doubles lead the Frogs... has 20 games with at least five boards... grabbed five boards in TCU s season opener vs. Cal Poly (Nov. 9)... tied a career high and led TCU with 16 points against Centenary (Nov. 12)... came off the bench and played sparingly in TCU s win over Navy (Nov. 20) while playing with a stomach illness... played a season-high 24 minutes and tied for the team lead with six rebounds against UAB (Nov. 24)... also matched his career high with three assists... came off the bench to pull down a team-best seven rebounds against Southern Utah (Nov. 29)... collected his first double-double of the season and the second of his career with 10 points and a career-high 20 rebounds against Houston (Dec. 4)... the rebounding total marked the most by a Frog since Jamal Brown pulled down Dec. 23, 2001 vs. North Texas... the total also is the best individual effort this season by a Big 12 player and ranks tied for No. 2 among all performers nationally... led TCU with nine rebounds at Tulsa (Dec. 8)... posted his third straight game with at least nine rebounds and his fifth straight leading the Frogs on the glass with nine boards vs. Southern (Dec. 18)... added 12 points, his second-best scoring effort of the season... recorded his second double-double of the season with 10 points and 10 rebounds during the road win at Rice (Dec. 22)... just missed his second-straight double-double with 13 points and nine boards during the home win over Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30)... scored the game-tying layup against the Delta Devils with 1:40 remaining followed by the go-ahead points on a tip-off with just over 30 seconds left... collected eight rebounds and scored seven points in the Big 12 opener against Texas Tech (Jan. 5)... led the team with six rebounds against Oklahoma State (Jan. 9)... tied for the team lead with eight rebounds at Baylor (Jan. 12)... finished a rebound shy of his third double-double of the season against Kansas State (Jan. 16)... pulled down nine rebounds and scored a career-high 18 points against the Wildcats... led TCU in rebounds with six and went to the free-throw line a career-best 10 times during the home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19)... scored 10 points and pulled down five boards in 26 minutes of action at West Virginia (Jan. 23)... led the team with 15 points and eight rebounds against Baylor (Jan. 26)... scored a team-high 13 points on 5-of-9 shooting at Texas (Feb. 2) while pulling down eight rebounds, including seven in the second half alone... collected seven points and pulled down eight rebounds in the home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6)... saw his streak of 17 consecutive games with at least five rebounds come to an end at Oklahoma (Feb. 11), the longest streak for a Frog since Zvonko Buljan went 24 straight games in led TCU on the glass at Iowa State (Feb. 16) with six boards... scored nine points on 4-of-6 shooting and had two assists against Texas (Feb. 19)... scored two points while adding five boards, two assists, two blocks and two steals in the road setback at No. 9 Kansas (Feb. 23). CAREER HIGHS Points: 18 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) FGs: 7, 2x (last 11/12/12 vs. Centenary) Rebounds: 20 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) FGs Att: 14 (11/20/11 vs. Norfolk State) Assists: 3, 4x (last 11/24/12 vs. UAB) 3FGs: None Steals: 3, 2x (last 1/11/12 vs. UTPA) 3FGs Att: 1 (11/20/11 vs. Norfolk State) Blocks: 3 (1/21/12 vs. Boise State) FTs: 7 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Minutes: 35, 2x (last 12/4/12 vs. Houston) FTs Att: 11 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) SEASON HIGHS Points: 18 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) FGs: 7 (11/12/12 vs. Centenary) Rebounds: 20 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) FGs Att: 12 (1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Assists: 3 (11/24/12 vs. UAB) 3FGs: None Steals: 2, 2x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs Att: None Blocks: 2 (12/30/12 vs. Miss. Valley St.) FTs: 7 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Minutes: 35 (12/4/12 vs. Houston) FTs Att: 11 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 18 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) FGs Made: 7 (1/18/12 at UNLV) Rebounds: 9 (1/16/13 vs. Kansas State) FGs Att: 12 (1/18/12 at UNLV) Assists: 3, 2x (last 2/14/12 vs. UNLV) 3FGs Made: None Steals: 2, 4x (last 2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs Att: None Blocks: 3 (1/21/12 vs. Boise State) FTs Made: 7 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) Minutes: 33, 2x (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) FTs Att: 11 (1/26/13 vs. Baylor) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY * CENTENARY * SMU * PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * NAVY vs Northwestern vs UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa * SOUTHERN * at Rice * MISS. VALLEY STATE * TEXAS TECH * at Oklahoma State at Baylor * KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR * at Texas * KANSAS * WEST VIRGINIA * at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas * OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / Totals 59 / 31 1, BIG // #39

40 TCU PLAYER UPDATES San Antonio, Texas Johnson HS SEASON HONORS 4ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 SECOND TEAM CHRIS ZURCHER GUARD #25 So. // 6-0 // 165 // 1L SEASON NOTES Chris Zurcher has seen action in 23 games this season off the bench, including all but one Big 12 contest... has four games with two or more assists and three with at least two points... made his season debut against Centenary (Nov. 12), tallying a career-best two assists... played a then-career-high 12 minutes and tied his previous high of two assists against Houston (Dec. 4)... scored his first points of the season on a pair of free throws at Tulsa (Dec. 8)... saw the most extensive action of his career during the Dec. 22 road win at Rice with 26 minutes as starting point guard Kyan Anderson sat for much of the game in foul trouble... totaled five points and pulled down a career-best two rebounds vs. the Owls... played 18 minutes at West Virginia (Jan. 23), his top total ever in a conference game, and matched a career best with two assists... made a brief appearance late in TCU s home win over No. 5 Kansas (Feb. 6)... set a career high with three assists at No. 9 Kansas (Feb. 23) to lead the Frogs in the category for the first time... has played in each of the last nine contests. CAREER HIGHS Points: 9 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) FGs: 4 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Rebounds: 2 (12/22/12 at Rice) FGs Att: 4 (11/14/11 vs. Austin College) Assists: 3 (2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs: 1, 3x (last 12/22/12 at Rice) Steals: 1, 4x (last 12/18/12 vs. Southern) 3FGs Att: 1, 7x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) Blocks: None FTs: 2, 2x (last 12/22/12 at Rice) Minutes: 26 (12/22/12 at Rice) FTs Att: 2, 2x (last 12/22/12 at Rice) SEASON HIGHS Points: 5 (12/22/12 at Rice)) FGs: 1 (12/22/12 at Rice) Rebounds: 2 (12/22/12 at Rice) FGs Att: 2, 2x (last 2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Assists: 3 (2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs: 1 (12/22/12 at Rice) Steals: 1, 3x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) 3FGs Att: 1, 5x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) Blocks: None FTs: 2, 2x (last 12/22/12 at Rice) Minutes: 26 (12/22/12 at Rice) FTs Att: 2, 2x (last 12/22/12 at Rice) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS Points: 3 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) FGs Made: 1 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) Rebounds: 1, 3x (last 2/16/11 at Iowa State) FGs Att: 2 (2/11/13 at Oklahoma) Assists: 3 (2/23/13 at Kansas) 3FGs Made: 1 (2/4/12 at San Diego State) Steals: None 3FGs Att: 1, 2x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) Blocks: None FTs Made: None Minutes: 18 (1/23/13 at West Virginia) FTs Att: None GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY CENTENARY SMU PRAIRIE VIEW A&M NAVY vs Northwestern vs. UAB SOUTHERN UTAH HOUSTON at Tulsa SOUTHERN at Rice MISS. VALLEY STATE TEXAS TECH at Oklahoma State at Baylor KANSAS STATE IOWA STATE at West Virginia BAYLOR at Texas KANSAS WEST VIRGINIA at Oklahoma at Iowa State TEXAS at Kansas OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / Totals 32 / BIG // #40

41 TCU PLAYER UPDATES GARLON GREEN #33 Houston, Texas Hightower HS GUARD/FORWARD Sr. // 6-7 // 215 // 3L SEASON NOTES Garlon Green, the senior leader of this year s team, has started each game this season... named Team Co-Captain along with Amric Fields in the preseason, he is the only player who has been a part of the program since the season... is one of 31 players in school history with 1,000 careeer points and one of only 20 with 1,000 points and 400 rebounds... is TCU s active career leader in points, rebounds, 3-pointers, games played and starts... has moved into the No. 2 position on TCU s career list for games played and is No. 6 for minutes played... has appeared in a team-best 105 consecutive contests... has led TCU a team-high seven times in scoring, four times in rebounding and three times in assists... has one 30-point outing, four 20-point games and 10 double-digit scoring efforts in all... ranks No. 8 among active Big 12 players with eight career 20-plus-point games... has eight games with at least five boards... totaled 10 points and a team-high seven boards in TCU s season-opening win over Cal Poly (Nov. 9)... led TCU with 20 points and nine rebounds against SMU (Nov. 14)... collected a season-high 10 rebounds against Prairie View A&M (Nov. 18), his third career game in double figures... shook out of a three-game offensive slump with 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting during the win over UAB (Nov. 24)... led the Frogs with 16 points on 6-of-12 shooting at Tulsa (Dec. 8)... matched a season high with 20 points on 7-of-15 shooting during the win over Southern (Dec. 18)... drained his 100th career trey in the contest... scored a career-high 31 points on 10-of-16 shooting (3-of-4 from 3) while playing all 40 minutes during the win at Rice (Dec. 22)... bested his previous high of 24 points set exactly one year earlier to the day vs. Grambling State (Dec. 22, 2011)... the effort ranks No. 3 among top scoring performances by Big 12 players this season... recorded his 400th career rebound while adding 15 points during the home win over Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30)... played all 40 minutes against the Delta Devils, marking the first time in his career he went back-to-back games without leaving the floor... made it three straight games of playing the entire game in the Big 12 opener against Texas Tech (Jan. 5)... tallied nine points and picked up four boards in the contest... joined TCU s 1,000-point club with a game-high 20 points at Oklahoma State (Jan. 9)... hit the milestone on a jumper with 6:24 remaining in the first half... the performance marked his seventh career 20-point performance and fourth this season... matched career highs in steals and 3-pointers with three each against the Cowboys... the contest ended his streak of three straight games playing all 40 minutes, as he sat for one minute against OSU... saw a streak of six consecutive games with a 3-pointer end during the Jan. 12 loss at Baylor, the second-longest stretch of his career... tied his career-high with four assists against Kansas State (Jan. 16)... led TCU in both points (10) and rebounds (six) during the home loss to Iowa State (Jan. 19)... tied his career-high with four assists at West Virginia (Jan. 23)... fueled TCU s offensive efforts during the squad s home victory over No. 5 Kansas, scoring a game-high 20 points on 7-of-13, including 2-of-4 from beyond the arc... the contest marked his 100th straight appearance in a Frog uniform... led TCU with a gamehigh 15 points while playing all 40 minutes during the home loss to Texas (Feb. 19). Points: 31 (12/22/12 at Rice) Rebounds: 12 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Assists: 4, 4x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) Blocks: 2, 5x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Steals: 3, 2x (last 1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) Minutes: 42 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Points: 31 (12/22/12 at Rice) Rebounds: 10 (11/18/12 vs. Prairie View) Assists: 4, 3x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) Blocks: 2, 3x (last 12/30/12 vs. Miss. Valley St.) Steals: 3 (1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) Minutes: 40, 3x (last 1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Points: 20, 2x (last 2/6/13 vs. Kansas) Rebounds: 12 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) Assists: 4, 2x (last 1/23/13 at West Virginia) Blocks: 2 (1/5/13 vs. Texas Tech) Steals: 3, 2x (last 1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) Minutes: 42 (1/14/12 at Colorado State) CAREER HIGHS SEASON HIGHS FGs: 10 (12/22/12 at Rice) FGs Att: 16 (12/22/12 at Rice) 3FGs: 3, 15x (last 1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) 3FGs Att: 8 (1/2/11 at Rice) FTs: 10 (11/24/09 vs. Texas State) FTs Att: 14 (11/24/09 vs. Texas State) FGs: 10 (12/22/12 at Rice) FGs Att: 16 (12/22/12 at Rice) 3FGs: 3, 3x (last 1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) 3FGs Att: 6 (12/18/12 vs. Southern) FTs: 8 (12/22/12 at Rice) FTs Att: 12 (12/22/12 at Rice) CAREER CONFERENCE HIGHS FGs Made: 8 (1/9/13 at Oklahoma State) FGs Att: 15, 2x (last 2/19/13 vs. Texas) 3FGs Made: 3, 6x (last 1/9/13 at Oklahoma St.) 3FGs Att: 7 (1/8/11 at UNLV) FTs Made: 8 (2/9/11 vs. UNLV) FTs Att: 8 (2/9/11 vs. UNLV) GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Rbs (O-D-T) A TO Blk Stl Pts CAL POLY * CENTENARY * SMU * PRAIRIE VIEW A&M * NAVY * vs Northwestern * vs UAB * SOUTHERN UTAH * HOUSTON * at Tulsa * SOUTHERN * at Rice * MISS. VALLEY STATE * TEXAS TECH * at Oklahoma State * at Baylor * KANSAS STATE * IOWA STATE * at West Virginia * BAYLOR * at Texas * KANSAS * WEST VIRGINIA * at Oklahoma * at Iowa State * TEXAS * at Kansas * OKLAHOMA STATE at Texas Tech at Kansas State OKLAHOMA at Big 12 Championship CAREER STATISTICS Season GP / S Min-Avg FG-A Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct O-D-T Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg / / / / Totals 124 / 79 3, , BIG // #41

42 TCU TV/RADIO ROSTER CHARLES HILL JR. Fr. G Fort Worth, Texas JARVIS RAY Jr. G New Orleans, La. CONNELL CROSSLAND Sr. F St. Louis, Mo. CLYDE SMITH III Fr. G Houston, Texas AMRIC FIELDS Jr. F Oklahoma City, Okla KYAN ANDERSON So. G Fort Worth, Texas KEMAL DINCER Fr. G Istanbul, Turkey THOMAS MONTIGEL Jr. G Fort Worth, Texas NATE BUTLER LIND Sr. G Dorado, Puerto Rico DEVONTA ABRON So. F Dallas, Texas ADRICK MCKINNEY Sr. F Fort Worth, Texas CHRIS ZURCHER Jr. G Houston, Texas CHRISTIAN GORE So. G El Paso, Texas GARLON GREEN Sr. G/F Houston, Texas AARON DURLEY Fr. C Houston, Texas TRENT JOHNSON Head Coach DONNY GUERINONI Assistant Coach BRENT SCOTT Assistant Coach POOH WILLIAMSON Assistant Coach CHRIS TIFFT Director of Operations BIG // #42

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