TCU men’s basketball suffered an 82-81 defeat against No. 23 Texas Tech after holding a 10-point lead with 6:55 remaining, as fouls allowed Tech to gradually claw back. Texas Tech’s Pop Isaacs gave Tech a one-point lead with a successful free throw 12 seconds before the end, sealing the victory despite TCU's final layup attempt.

By the Numbers
  • The Horned Frogs held a 10-point lead with 6:55 left in the second half.
  • TCU had six players scoring in double digits, with Emanuel Miller and Avery Anderson III leading the team with 15 points each.
State of Play
  • TCU will face the Cincinnati Bearcats next, aiming to refocus after the one-point loss to Texas Tech and secure a victory in the upcoming game.
What's Next

TCU will play the Cincinnati Bearcats at home on Saturday and will need to dial in and refocus for the game. The team aims to learn from the loss and put it behind them to prepare effectively for the upcoming matchup.

Bottom Line

Despite the one-point loss to No. 23 Texas Tech, TCU remains focused on learning from the experience and preparing for the upcoming game against the Cincinnati Bearcats to secure a victory.