Men’s Basketball No. 25 TCU seeks a second win over Texas Tech this season, following their 85-78 victory over the Red Raiders at the Schollmaier Arena. Micah Peavy and Jameer Nelson Jr. were instrumental in TCU's recent win against Kansas State, while Texas Tech struggled against Iowa State, with coach Grant McCasland emphasizing the challenges of competing in the Big 12. TCU will face off against Texas Tech at the United Supermarkets Arena, with tip-off scheduled for 8 p.m.

By the Numbers
  • TCU's 85-78 victory over Texas Tech in their last encounter
  • Texas Tech's shooting percentage of 77.6% from the free-throw line, leading the conference and ranking 15th nationally
State of Play
  • TCU heads to West Texas with a rank of No. 25, preparing to face No. 23 Texas Tech
  • Micah Peavy and Jameer Nelson Jr. played key roles in TCU's recent win against Kansas State
  • Texas Tech struggled against Iowa State, with coach Grant McCasland emphasizing the challenges of competing in the Big 12
  • The upcoming game between TCU and Texas Tech is scheduled at the United Supermarkets Arena
Bottom Line

Men’s Basketball No. 25 TCU seeks a second win over Texas Tech after their previous victory, with the upcoming game poised to be a compelling showdown between the two teams.