Dec. 1, 2011
TCU 80, Houston 35
TCU moved to 3-4 on the season.
The Frogs have now won five-straight over Houston.
TCU has now won two-straight at Hofheinz Pavilion.
TCU has now won two-straight on the season.
TCU hounded Houston into making a total of 9-of-47 from the floor to shoot 19.1 percent from the field for the entire game, which ranks No. 2 all-time in program history for lowest field goal percentage by an opponent.
By limiting the Cougars to only nine field goals the entire game, the Frogs stifling defense held Houston to second lowest field goals made by the opposition in a single-game.
The Cougars 35 points were the seventh-fewest in a game by an opponent
TCU held an opponent to less than 50 points in a game for the fourth time this season.
Houston's 17 second half points rank No. 6 all-time for fewest second half points scored by an opponent against TCU.
The Frogs 28 point scoring margin in the second half ranks No. 10 all-time in a single-game.
The Frogs have now held four opponents under 30 percent shooting from the field.
TCU moved to 38-4 overall when holding an opponent under 30 percent shooting since 2008-09.
TCU is now 15-1 the last three seasons's when holding an opponent under 20 percent shooting from behind the line.
The Frogs are now 221-30 when leading at the half under head coach Jeff Mittie.
TCU is 78-1 under Mittie when scoring 80 points in regulation.
Briesha Wynn posted a season-high 13 points Thursday.
Logan Mittie posted a new career-high in points Friday with six points.
Mittie also recorded a new career-high in three-pointers made and attempted.