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TCU (13 - 3) at OKLAHOMA (13 - 2)
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TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-3+1.57-811-487.641.550.3%37.676.634.245.6%30.2
Road Games4-1+1.83-24-
Last 5 Games2-3-2.51-44-187.637.046.9%
Conference Games1-3-2.51-34-
TCU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)87.641.531-6250.3%9-2241.3%16-2371.7%381020177133
vs opponents surrendering72.433.626-6043.1%8-2333.7%13-1970.2%35913186144
Team Stats (Road Games)84.239.030-6049.8%9-1945.4%15-2269.4%351016226144
Stats Against (All Games)76.634.227-6045.6%8-2434.5%14-1970.6%30716196134
vs opponents averaging79.337.828-6046.9%9-2437.8%14-1972.3%36916187134
Stats Against (Road Games)80.634.827-6044.8%6-2127.1%21-2973.1%341012206124

OKLAHOMA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games13-2+6.17-711-393.147.349.6%39.880.138.541.8%38.7
Home Games8-0+34-35-298.549.053.4%41.176.936.541.0%37.1
Last 5 Games4-1+34-13-290.844.849.2%37.882.040.242.4%40.0
Conference Games3-1+23-12-287.539.046.5%
OKLAHOMA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)93.147.332-6549.6%11-2739.8%17-2374.1%40818177136
vs opponents surrendering72.833.725-5942.7%8-2334.7%15-2170.6%35813196143
Team Stats (Home Games)98.549.035-6653.4%12-2743.5%16-2174.1%41821167126
Stats Against (All Games)80.138.529-7041.8%9-2734.2%13-1872.6%391014196144
vs opponents averaging79.637.928-6146.0%8-2336.1%15-2171.0%381015197134
Stats Against (Home Games)76.936.529-7141.0%10-2933.0%9-1466.7%371012176143
Average power rating of opponents played: TCU 78.6,  OKLAHOMA 79.9
TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/24/2017*NEW MEXICO69-67W-15L167U28-5947.5%461623-6734.3%359
11/25/2017*ST BONAVENTURE89-79W-8.5W143O30-6050.0%381820-4346.5%2311
12/18/2017TEXAS SOUTHERN91-72W - -34-7843.6%51827-6144.3%2911
12/22/2017WM & MARY86-75W-20.5L168U34-5561.8%391028-6642.4%227
1/2/2018@ BAYLOR81-78W-1.5W147.5O28-5749.1%341130-7042.9%4514
1/10/2018@ TEXAS98-99L-2L142O34-7147.9%301134-6056.7%3318
1/13/2018@ OKLAHOMA              
1/17/2018IOWA ST              
1/20/2018@ KANSAS ST              
1/22/2018W VIRGINIA              
1/27/2018@ VANDERBILT              
1/30/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/3/2018TEXAS TECH              

OKLAHOMA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/30/2017N TEXAS82-72W-29.5L158.5U32-5954.2%28729-5850.0%2914
12/4/2017TX-SAN ANTONIO97-85W-23L168O37-8145.7%541431-8138.3%4712
12/16/2017@ WICHITA ST91-83W7.5W165.5O29-7240.3%43830-7042.9%4310
12/19/2017NORTHWESTERN ST105-68W - -41-6959.4%401428-6543.1%3123
12/30/2017@ TCU90-89W2W171O29-6246.8%401230-7440.5%468
1/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST109-89W-9.5W165O35-6454.7%431235-8043.7%4011
1/6/2018@ W VIRGINIA76-89L5.5L174U25-5843.1%371732-7045.7%3811
1/9/2018TEXAS TECH75-65W-2.5W162.5U25-6141.0%371025-6737.3%4415
1/16/2018@ KANSAS ST              
1/20/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
1/27/2018@ ALABAMA              
2/3/2018@ TEXAS              
2/5/2018W VIRGINIA              
TCU: Last season: 24-15, NIT champions.
Who's gone: G Brandon Parrish, F Karviar Shepherd, F Chris Washburn, G Michael Williams.
Who's back: All five starters: F Vladimir Brodziansky, a preseason all-Big 12 pick after averaging team-high 14.1 points with 5.7 rebounds last season; PG Jaylen Fisher (9.9 points, 4.0 assists); F JD Miller; G Alex Robinson; F Kenrich Williams (11.4 points, 9.7 rebounds), who missed the 2016-17 opener before returning to the court after more than 600 days away from competition because of injuries.
Who's new: F Ahmed Hamdy, a graduate transfer from VCU, who is eligible to play immediately; Australian forwards Lat Mayen and Kouat Noi; G RJ Nembhard; JUCO transfer G Shawn Olden, a former top freshman at Pepperdine; C Kevin Samuel.
The Skinny: Dixon had an immediate impact at his alma mater after leaving Pittsburgh to return to Fort Worth. The Frogs won more than 20 games for the first time since 2004-05, and the NIT title. With all five starters back and some experienced newcomers, TCU is already getting noticed in the Big 12 -- coaches picked them third in the preseason poll. They could make their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1998.
OKLAHOMA: Last season: 11-20
Who's gone: G Jordan Woodard. He was the team's leading scorer with 14.6 points per game in an injury-shortened senior campaign.
Who's back: G Kameron McGusty. He was the team's No. 2 scorer last season as a freshman; G Rashard Odomes, who averaged 10.1 points last season as a sophomore; F Khristian Doolittle, who was one of Oklahoma's best players in league play but is suspended for the fall semester; C Khadeem Lattin, a senior holdover from the team that reached the Final Four two years ago.
Who's new: G Trae Young. A McDonald's All-American who opted to stay in his hometown of Norman. He averaged 42.6 points per game as a senior at Norman North High School; F Brady Manek, who was a standout during Oklahoma's foreign tour this summer; C Hannes Polla, a freshman from Finland.
The Skinny: Oklahoma reached the Final Four two years ago with Buddy Hield, then rebuilt with young, talented players last season. The players who scraped and clawed through the Big 12 last season now have an elite point guard in Young to tie it all together. The Sooners should be exciting to watch and much improved. A return to the NCAA Tournament is a legitimate goal.
TCU looks to avenge one-point loss to Oklahoma

Two weeks ago, both Oklahoma and TCU were soaring entering Big 12 play.

Now, as the teams prepare for their second meeting Saturday at Lloyd Noble Center in Norman, Okla., only one team has continued on course.

After starting the season on a 12-game winning streak, the TCU Horned Frogs are 1-3 in Big 12 play. Their only win during that stretch came in overtime at Baylor.

The No. 16 Horned Frogs (13-3) have lost those games by a combined six points, including one-point losses to Oklahoma and Texas.

TCU coach Jamie Dixon said it's time for results.

"We can keep saying we're a good team, but our league is built for good teams to get losses," Dixon said. "You're going to run into a really tough stretch, really 18 games of good basketball. We've hit it early. We're hurting because of it. We know what the difference is -- a layup, a blockout, a rebound. It's the difference between being 4-0 and 0-4."

On the other side, Oklahoma has largely continued on its trajectory, going 3-1 to start conference play and improve to 13-2 and rise into the top 10. This week, the Sooners are No. 9.

Oklahoma hasn't needed to hold on for dear life since the first meeting Dec. 30, when TCU's Kenrich Williams missed a 3-pointer with three seconds to play to give the Sooners a 90-89 victory.

For the Horned Frogs to have success this time around, they need to contain freshman phenom Trae Young. The Sooners' point guard had 39 points and 14 assists in the teams' first meeting. Young leads the nation in scoring (29.2 points per game) and assists (10.2).

The path TCU is on now is one Oklahoma remembers well.

While the Sooners are 3-1 in games decided by 10 or fewer points this season, they were 5-11 in such games a year ago.

"It always comes down to -- whether you're old or young, it comes down to someone making a shot or getting a stop," Sooners coach Lon Kruger said. "(TCU) could well be 4-0, just a shot goes in or doesn't go in and that's the way it is every year. But TCU is very good. They've got experienced players."

Oklahoma is trying to get back into the thick of the Big 12 title race after last week's loss at West Virginia.

The Sooners are tied for second place, along with Texas Tech and Kansas, one game behind the Mountaineers.

TCU is just trying to hold on as it works to make its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1998 and only the eighth in school history.

The latest impediment to that was Wednesday's loss at Texas, when Jaylen Fisher drove to the basket in the final seconds of the second overtime period with a chance to win it. But his layup attempt went off the rim and out to give the Longhorns the upset.

"There was plenty of time," Dixon said. "You could get to the basket. It was really good execution. We didn't get the finish, but that's what basketball is. You want to execute right and the numbers will add up."

Last Updated: 8/23/2019 11:41:58 AM EST

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