- TCU and Nebraska are set to battle for the outright St. Pete Showcase championship at noon CT on Saturday
- TCU and Nebraska are meeting for the first time ever on the hardwood
- Madison Conner leads TCU's impressive scoring record with 28 points in their victory against UTEP
TCU and Nebraska will face off in the St. Pete Showcase championship game for the first time ever on Saturday at noon CT. TCU is aiming to secure its seventh consecutive win and match its best start in school history. The Horned Frogs’ Madison Conner and Sedona Prince are key players to watch as they lead the country in points and double-doubles, respectively. TCU has been dominant in its six wins, holding opponents to 56 or fewer points and shooting the second-most 3-pointers in the country. A victory over Nebraska would mark a historic start for TCU and extend head coach Mark Campbell’s impressive winning streak.
The summary of the linked article was generated with the assistance of artificial intelligence technology from OpenAI