TCU Basketball Postgame Notes
Feb. 7, 2017
TCU MEN'S BASKETBALL POSTGAME NOTES
TCU vs. Texas Tech
Final: TCU 62, Texas Tech 61
* The Horned Frogs are now 6-5 and in fourth place in the Big 12. The six wins represent their most in five seasons in the conference. It is also the latest in a Big 12 campaign that TCU has been over .500 in conference play.
* TCU has its first three-game winning streak in five seasons of Big 12 play.
* TCU shot 47.6 percent from the field, snapping its streak of three straight games over 50 percent for the first time since February 2001. The Horned Frogs were looking for a fourth consecutive contest of at least 50 percent for the first time since December 1998.
* TCU led 31-30 at the half and is now 14-1 when ahead at the break.
* The Horned Frogs improved to 13-3 at home.
* TCU held a 35-28 rebounding edge and is now 16-3 when outboarding its opponent.
* TCU's 21 turnovers were one of a season-best 22 in the win at Kansas State.
* TCU graduate and recent Pro Football Hall of Fame selection LaDainian Tomlinson was in attendance.
* TCU featured the same starting lineup (Jaylen Fisher, Alex Robinson, Kenrich Williams, JD Miller and Vladimir Brodziansky) for the 14th time in the last 15 games.
* TCU returns to action Saturday with a 1 p.m. game at Baylor.
* Jaylen Fisher's career-high 17 points put him in double figures for a third straight game and 13th time on the season. His previous career best was 16 points at Texas.
* Fisher had three 3-pointers for his third straight game with multiple treys. It was one shy of a career-high four at Texas earlier this season.
* TCU is now 12-1 when Fisher scores in double figures.
* Vladimir Brodziansky had 14 points to reach double figures in scoring for a team-best 17th time this season.
* JD Miller was 4-of-4 on 3-point attempts to give him 11 treys in the last five games after not having any in the previous six contests. The four 3-pointers equaled a career-high set at Kansas State earlier this season.
* Miller's 15 points put him in double figures for the third time in the last four contests. He reached double digits in scoring in just four of his opening 19 games.
* Kenrich Williams had 11 rebounds to lead TCU for the 17th time in 24 games this season.
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