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#10 TCU Coach: Trent Johnson (First season at TCU). Overall 226-185, 13 years 2011-12: Record: 18-15 overall, 7-7 in MWC (5th) Starters Returning (2) Kyan Anderson, Garion Green Preseason Tournament: South Padre Invitational Top Non-Conference Games: No Big games Transfer In: Devonta Abron (Arkansas-eligible immediately) Cleary TCU’s move to the Big 12 was not for basketball. TCU has struggled in lesser conference now they have to compete in the Big 12. They have made just 2 NCAA tournaments in the last 44 years. The rebuilding job of this program will take a while. The man leading the charge is Trent Johnson. Johnson is no stranger to high level basketball he has coached at Stanford and LSU. The Bad news for Johnson is the Horned Frogs top two scorers from last season are gone. There is no question that the strength of TCU is in the frontcourt. Leading the way is the Horned Frogs top returning scorer Garlon Green (9.9 ppg). Green is a versatile wing player. Last season forward Amri...

TCU's Patterson shoots down Arkansas rumors

Any chance Gary Patterson and the TCU Horned Frogs had of laying low and preparing solely for their first Thanksgiving showdown against Texas has gone out the door. That's what coaching speculation will do to you, although Patterson was quick to defuse that Monday. According to reports, Patterson is either a frontrunner or a leading candidate for the soon to be vacant job at...
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