TCU Horned Frogs Basketball Road Games Schedule
The Big 12 is one of the most competitive college athletic conferences
in the country, especially in college basketball. With heavyweights like the Kansas Jayhawks, Oklahoma Sooners and Iowa State
Cyclones, the Big 12 is always in the thick of things when it comes tournament time. The 2013 -2014 Texas Christian University
Horned Frogs were off to a good start to their season until Big 12 Conference play began and they lost all 18 conference games.
Looking to put this dismal season behind them, the Horned Frogs come into the 2014-2015 season with fresh hope. Their fans
will help them move forward this season by cheering them on at home and on the road. When the Horned Frogs are playing in
the friendly confines of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, their fans help lift them up and make life hell for their visiting foes.
the Horned Frogs depart Daniel-Meyer Coliseum and hit the road, they are entering hostile territory at nine arenas throughout
the Big 12. One of the most difficult environments for opponents in all of college basketball is Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence,
Kansas. The Kansas Jayhawks are one of the most successful college basketball programs and under Head Coach Bill Self, they
are practically unbeatable. The Horned Frogs will need as many fans cheering them on as possible when they head to Lawrence,
so grab your family and friends and make a trip to one of the most exciting venues in the sport.
Another can't miss
away atmosphere for the TCU Horned Frogs fans to check out is Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Oklahoma. As the Horned Frogs
enter their third full season in the Big 12, they are starting to learn the ropes of this big time conference and Norman is
one of the toughest places to play every season. The Sooners fans are outstanding, and the Horned Frogs will need plenty of
support from their faithful to help combat the tough home crowd. The Sooners have a tough team every season and TCU will no
doubt find another tough test in Norman this season.
TCU Horned Frogs Basketball History
a tough season for the TCU Horned Frogs basketball team, losing every game they played in the Big 12 Conference. Many games
were close and hard fought, but the Horned Frogs are confident that this season will be a fresh start as they get acclimated
to life in the Big 12 Conference. The Horned Frogs are led by guard Kyan Anderson, who led the team last season with 17 points
and 4.5 assists per game and forward Amric Fields, who was also impressive last season with many big games for the Horned
Frogs. There are many reasons for Horned Frogs fans to be excited about the upcoming basketball season and they will need
the support of their faithful fans while on the road and at home.
TCU Horned Frogs Basketball Conference
college football, the SEC is wildly accepted as the strongest conference in the sport. In college basketball, though, it is
not that cut and dry. Every season, it seems, a different conference rises to the top, usually the Big 10 or Big East, and
most recently, the Pac 12. It looks like 2014-2015 will be the year of the Big 12 Conference. Everyone knows that the Kansas
Jayhawks and Oklahoma Sooners will be at the top of the table again this season with a lot of returning talent, but many other
teams are looking quite strong this offseason. Kansas State and Iowa State look poised to pick up where they left off and
teams like Texas and Baylor recruited well and look to put a talented roster on the floor each night. In a sport full of storied
franchises from the ACC, Big East and Pac 12, the best of them all might just be in the Big 12.
TCU Horned Frogs
Daniel-Meyers Coliseum has seen some exciting basketball matchups since it first opened in 1961,
when TCU competed in the now defunct Southwest Conference. They have since played in the Western Athletic Conference against
foes like the Arizona State Sun Devils, Boise State Broncos and San Diego State Aztecs. The Horned Frogs have also played
as a member of the Mountain West Conference, where teams like the UNLV Running Rebels and BYU Cougars would visit Daniel-Meyers
Coliseum. Now, TCU has taken a step up and play in the Big 12, where some of the best teams in the country compete. Horned
Frogs fans are treated to matchups with foes like the Kansas Jayhawks and Oklahoma Sooners every season. Don't miss your chance
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TCU Horned Frogs Basketball Trivia
What legendary Horned Frog player is one of only three players in Division
I college basketball history to lead the sport in scoring and rebounding in the same season?
In the 1994-1995 season,
Kurt Thomas led the nation with 28.9 points and 14.6 rebounds per game, to join Loyola Marymount's Hank Gathers and Wichita
State's Xavier McDaniel.