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Monday 1/22/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




W VIRGINIA (16 - 3) at TCU (14 - 5)
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W VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games16-3+1.88-76-981.540.643.0%39.864.930.340.1%34.5
Road Games6-204-44-477.138.641.4%
Last 5 Games3-2-0.23-21-473.836.840.6%37.664.829.241.3%34.4
Conference Games5-2+1.85-22-575.936.342.7%37.367.431.141.7%33.0
W VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)81.540.628-6543.0%9-2733.5%16-2275.6%401316219135
vs opponents surrendering69.932.925-5942.2%7-2233.4%13-1870.8%35913186143
Team Stats (Road Games)77.138.626-6341.4%9-2731.8%16-2079.1%3612152410154
Stats Against (All Games)64.930.321-5240.1%7-2034.1%16-2370.5%35811206193
vs opponents averaging72.834.926-5844.8%8-2234.5%14-1970.9%36914187144
Stats Against (Road Games)71.232.722-5142.7%7-2135.8%20-2871.6%36912196193

TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-5+0.59-913-587.541.550.3%37.177.635.246.4%30.3
Home Games10-2+0.85-68-389.743.051.3%38.174.734.046.4%28.2
Last 5 Games1-4-3.22-34-188.638.247.8%
Conference Games2-5-3.53-46-187.639.046.8%36.486.139.449.6%34.1
TCU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)87.541.532-6350.3%9-2340.7%15-2172.0%371020177123
vs opponents surrendering72.93426-6043.3%8-2334.0%13-1870.8%35914186144
Team Stats (Home Games)89.743.032-6351.3%9-2340.5%16-2272.5%381022147113
Stats Against (All Games)77.635.228-6046.4%9-2437.1%13-1970.1%30716196134
vs opponents averaging78.837.628-6046.6%9-2437.5%14-2072.5%36915187134
Stats Against (Home Games)74.734.028-6046.4%9-2438.1%10-1468.2%28618185134
Average power rating of opponents played: W VIRGINIA 76.5,  TCU 79.7
W VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/9/2017@ PITTSBURGH69-60W-15.5L151.5U27-5945.8%322216-4734.0%3814
12/20/2017COPPIN ST77-38W - -24-7731.2%56811-4723.4%4128
12/29/2017@ OKLAHOMA ST85-79W-3W153O25-5743.9%351824-4751.1%3221
1/1/2018@ KANSAS ST77-69W-2W147.5U30-5653.6%381820-5635.7%2715
1/13/2018@ TEXAS TECH71-72L4.5W144U23-5939.0%311322-4450.0%2713
1/22/2018@ TCU              
1/31/2018@ IOWA ST              
2/3/2018KANSAS ST              
2/5/2018@ OKLAHOMA              
2/10/2018OKLAHOMA ST              

TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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@ OKLAHOMA97-102L6.5W174O38-7848.7%401335-7248.6%4116
1/17/2018IOWA ST96-73W-9.5W160.5O38-6360.3%30430-5950.8%2710
1/20/2018@ KANSAS ST68-73L2L149U24-5642.9%331427-5152.9%2516
1/22/2018W VIRGINIA              
1/27/2018@ VANDERBILT              
1/30/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/3/2018TEXAS TECH              
2/6/2018@ KANSAS              
2/12/2018@ W VIRGINIA              
W VIRGINIA: Last season: 28-9, lost to Gonzaga in West Regional semifinals
Who's gone: F Nathan Adrian, G Tarik Phillip, F Elijah Macon.
Who's back: G Jevon Carter, the reigning Big 12 defensive player of the year, averaged 13.5 points, five rebounds, 2.5 steals and was the team's top 3-pointer shooter last season; G Daxter Miles Jr. averaged 8.8 points; F Lamont West; F Sagaba Konate; G James Bolden, F Maciej Bender.
Who's new: 6-8 Wesley Harris averaged 18.2 points and 8.4 rebounds and 6-6 D'Angelo Hunter averaging 15.8 points and four rebounds in junior college; freshman F Teddy Allen was the top prep scorer in Nebraska, averaging 31.7 points at Boys Town.
The Skinny: West Virginia has finished second in the Big 12 the past two seasons and has been picked runner-up again to perennial power Kansas. But the Mountaineers will be without second-leading scorer Esa Ahmad for the first half of the season after he failed to meet NCAA eligibility requirements. That will put pressure on a group of forwards with one combined start to produce until he gets back.
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.
No. 6 West Virginia, No. 24 TCU meet in key Big 12 game

West Virginia and TCU will square off Monday night at Schollmaier Arena in Fort Worth, Texas, after combining to lose three of five games they played last week while both were ranked in the Top 25.

The two teams return to the Big 12 gauntlet, where nearly every game comes down to a handful of possessions.

West Virginia, ranked sixth in last week's Associated Press poll, walloped Texas 86-51 on Saturday to snap a two-game losing streak. Jevon Carter led the Mountaineers with 22 points and Beetle Bolden hit 5 of 6 shots from 3-point range to tie a career high with 19 points.

"I thought we ran better offense in the second half," West Virginia coach Bob Huggins said. "The first half I don't know what we were. Everyone was a little out of character doing things they shouldn't do."

West Virginia outrebounded Texas 45-29 and owned a 14-6 advantage on the offensive glass that led to 21 second-chance points.

Sophomore forward Sagaba Konate had a career-high 14 rebounds, 10 points and six blocks, and Esa Ahmad added seven blocks in the win over Texas.

But it was Logan Routt in particular who stood out to Huggins. He totaled five blocks in 10 minutes and was helping find ways to keep the ball out of the Longhorns' hands.

"We work at it," Huggins said. "Logan was terrific. He not only got some rebounds for us, but he kept Texas from getting rebounds, which is really critical. (Konate) was really good, too."

The Horned Frogs head home after a 73-69 loss at Kansas State in which they fell behind by double digits early in the game and fought back to within five points in the waning moments.

TCU coach Jamie Dixon was ejected for the first time in his career with 5:23 remaining and the Frogs trailing by seven.

"I'll take full responsibility for the loss. It's on me," Dixon said after the game. "I gave (Kansas State) points, and in a close game that just killed the team. First time it's ever happened to me."

Vladmir Brodziansky led the Horned Frogs (14-5, 2-5 Big 12) with 15 points. Kenrich Williams had 11 points and 10 rebounds.

TCU, which was ranked 24th in the Associated Press poll last week before beating Iowa State and losing at Kansas State, will likely see its eight-week, record-setting streak of being ranked come to an end. The Horned Frogs have dropped five conference games, including two in overtime, by a combined 16 points.

TCU point guard Alex Robinson, who has moved into the starting lineup for the Horned Frogs after a knee injury to Jaylen Fisher, had 13 points, five rebounds and six assists. He said the team's near misses have brought the players closer together rather than pulled them apart.

"We just stay together," Robinson said. "We're focusing on our next game, putting this one behind us. Just keep it moving."

West Virginia leads the all-time series with TCU 11-0, and the Horned Frogs lost the last meeting between the two, 61-60 last February in Fort Worth. While coaching at Pitt, Dixon was 12-7 against West Virginia.

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