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TCU forward Eddie Lampkin (4) celebrates with fans following the Frogs 77-68 win over No. 19 LSU on Jan. 29, 2022 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Esau Rodriguez Olvera/Head Staff Photographer)

The Eddie Express: Lampkin has TCU full steam ahead into March Madness

By Colin PostPublished March 15, 2022

The play happened in an instant. The ball clanked off the rim and bounced up into the air. The Austin Peay defenders turned and boxed out to seal the paint and secure the rebound. But long arms...

TCU forward Xavier Cork (12) defends Texas guard Marcus Carr (2) in the Frogs 73-50 home loss to the Longhorns on Jan. 25, 2022. (Esau Rodriguez Olvera/Head Staff Photographer)

Big 12 represented well in NCAA tournament field

By Colin PostPublished March 14, 2022

Known by most as the best conference in college basketball, the Big 12 saw six teams chosen for the NCAA tournament yesterday as part of Selection Sunday. That number ties for second among all conferences...

TCU basketball celebrates after hearing their name called as a 9th seed in the 2022 NCAA tournament. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

California Love: TCU headed to San Diego as an 9th seed in NCAA tournament

By Colin PostPublished March 13, 2022

Five months ago, Mike Miles made it clear that this TCU team was different. "We're a lot better, I feel like this team is more focused, more focused on the main goal, and that's winning," Miles said...

TCU head coach Jamie Dixon surveys the court during TCUs 75-62 loss to No. 6 Kansas in the Big 12 tournament semifinals in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 11, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Even after loss, TCU basketball has the respect of Kansas

By Colin PostPublished March 11, 2022

Bill Self believes TCU basketball is the real deal in 2022. "I think TCU can beat just about anybody if they play well," Self said. "I love that team. I do." Thirty minutes earlier, the Frogs had...

TCUs Francisco Farabello (3) and Chuck OBannon (5) defend Timmy Allen (0) of Texas in the Frogs comeback win over the Longhorns in the Big 12 tournament quarterfinals on March 10, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

TCU basketball breaking records, creating buzz through big wins

By Colin PostPublished March 11, 2022

With less than a week before they make just their second NCAA tournament appearance since 1998, TCU basketball continues to add to a resume that is unlike any other in program history. Before Thursday,...

The TCU basketball bench erupts during the Frogs 20-point comeback win over No. 22 Texas in the Big 12 tournament quarterfinals in Kansas City, Missouri, on March 10, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Frogs show Texas “what TCU basketball is about” in comeback win

By Colin PostPublished March 10, 2022

Damion Baugh told Eddie Lampkin that he was going to be open. With 42 seconds to play and the game tied at 60, Baugh caught the inbounds pass, beat his defender, and forced Texas forward Christian...

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Dixon: Big 12 tournament is “wide open”

By Colin PostPublished March 8, 2022

For the majority of conferences across the college basketball landscape, the teams with a chance to win the spring conference championships are typically predictable, sitting in the top half of the conference...

TCU guard Mike Miles (1) is defended in TCUs blowout loss to Texas in Fort Worth, Texas, on Jan. 25, 2022. (Esau Rodriguez Olvera/Head Staff Photographer)

TCU basketball heading into Big 12 tournament with “no excuses”

By Colin PostPublished March 8, 2022

A team that has gone through as much as TCU basketball has in the last 10 days has a right to make excuses. The Frogs played four games in seven days, with the first three of them coming against teams...

TCU forward Eddie Lampkin (4) hits a layup in TCUs 70-64 loss to West Virginia on the road on March 5, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

TCU basketball ends regular season on sour note, falls again in Morgantown

By Colin PostPublished March 5, 2022

It was a rollercoaster of a seven days for TCU basketball. Facing three-straight ranked teams and four total games in a span of seven days, the Frogs needed two wins to secure a spot in the NCAA tournament,...

TCU forward Emanuel Miller throws down a dunk in TCUs 72-68 loss to No. 6 Kansas on the road on March 3, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Party’s over: TCU basketball sees streak end in battle with No. 6 Kansas

By Colin PostPublished March 3, 2022

All good things come to an end. After beating two top-10 teams in the span of four days, TCU basketball came a few possessions away from beating a third, falling in an all-out battle to No. 6 Kansas...

TCU guard Mike Miles (center) is lifted up by the fans at Schollmaier Arena following TCUs upset of No. 6 Kansas in Fort Worth, Texas, on March 1, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

TCU basketball silences the noise with back-to-back ranked wins

By Colin PostPublished March 2, 2022

"Keep a chip on our shoulder." That's the message head coach Jamie Dixon told TCU basketball heading into a stretch of playing three-straight games against top 10 opponents. Two games into that...

TCU guard Mike Miles (center) celebrates with fans following TCU’s 69-66 upset of No. 9 Texas Tech in Fort Worth, Texas, on Feb. 26, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Miles ‘puts on’ for Fort Worth, leads TCU basketball in upset over No. 9 Tech

By Colin PostPublished February 26, 2022

"I've decided to stay home and put on for the city that made me." When Mike Miles committed to TCU over a multitude of other Power 5 schools, the Lancaster, Texas native said that short, powerful phrase...

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