Postgame Notes

Feb. 17, 2018

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Team Notes
* TCU improved to 6-25 all-time against Oklahoma State and 3-9 against the Cowboys in Fort Worth. The Frogs have won three of the past four games in Fort Worth.

* Jamie Dixon improved to 5-4 all-time against OSU.

* It was TCU's largest win over OSU since the 1986 season when TCU defeated the Cowboys 92-61 on Dec. 26 in Oklahoma City.

* TCU swept a Big 12 Conference opponent for the third time in school history. The Frogs beat Texas Tech twice in 2015 and defeated Texas twice in 2017.

* TCU improved to 13-3 at home this season and 4-3 at home against the Big 12.

* The Frogs earned their sixth conference win this season, tying last season's total for the most wins against the Big 12, which was a school record.

* TCU outshot OSU 54.4 percent to 36.7 percent from the field and improved to 16-2 this season when outshooting the opposition.

* The Frogs shot 50 percent from the 3-point line, including 7-of-8 in the second half. TCU improved to 6-2 when shooting 50 percent or better from beyond-the-arc.

* TCU led 39-36 at halftime. The Frogs improved to 18-2 this season and 38-4 under Jamie Dixon when leading at the break.

* TCU finished the first half making 13 of its last 19 attempts from the field.

* The Frogs outscored OSU in points in the paint, 40-24.

* TCU outrebounded Oklahoma State, 36-32. The Frogs have outrebounded their opponents in 22 of 26 games this season. The Frogs improved to 16-6 this season when outrebounding its opponent. TCU is 38-11 when outrebounding its opponent under Jamie Dixon.

* TCU had six players score in double-digits for the second time this season. The last time TCU had six was against Yale on Dec. 2.

Individual Notes
* Vladimir Brodziansky scored 14 points. It was his 18th-straight game to score in double figures.

* Kouat Noi led the team in scoring with a career-high 19 points. He was 3-of-5 from 3-point range. He has made at least one 3-pointer in each of the last 12 games.

* Desmond Bane scored in double-figures for the eighth-straight game with 10 points.

* Kenrich Williams scored 16 points and moved into the top 30 in career scoring at TCU. With 1,049 points, Williams ranks 30th.

* Williams had two steals and replaced Ryan Carroll in the No. 5 spot all-time with 134.

* Alex Robinson finished with nine assists. He passed Hank Thorns for the No. 7 spot on the career-assist list at TCU with 380. For the fourth time this season he was one assist shy of a double-double. He finished with 11 points.

* Ahmed Hamdy scored 12 points, his highest point total in 13 games. He finished with a season-high eight rebounds.

* All 11 players that suited up entered the game, including Shaun Olden who did not play the last two games due to an injury suffered at Kansas on Feb. 6.



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