Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • KU 29.5
    • 39.1 TCU
  • Three Point %

    • KU 13.6
    • 30.8 TCU
  • Turnovers

    • KU 13
    • 11 TCU
  • Rebounds

    • KU 44
    • 44 TCU

Game Information

Coverage: ESPNU
Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena
  • Fort Worth, Texas 76199
Attendance: 7,412
Capacity: 6,800
Referees: John Higgins, Doug Sirmons, Darron George

Game Flow

- 0th Half





Shot Chart

Research Notes

  • Kansas shot just 29.5 percent in the loss to TCU. That's its lowest FG pct in 344 games under Bill Self (since 2003-04).

  • As of Wednesday, Kansas' BPI ranking was 6 and TCU's BPI ranking was 246. Before the Jayhawks loss, no other BPI Top 10 team has lost to an opponent outside the BPI Top 100 this season. The previous "worst loss" was Minnesota's (BPI rank of 9) loss to Northwestern (BPI rank of 98).

  • Kansas had just 13 points in the 1st half vs TCU Wednesday. In all Big 12 Conference games the last five seasons, only twice before have teams scored fewer in the first half and in both occasions, those teams went on to lose.

  • Kansas has 13 points at halftime, its fewest points in any half in the last 15 seasons and any half in a Big 12 Conference game.


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