TCU heads to Norman Saturday in a campaign to avenge their one-point home loss to the Sooners to start conference play. TCU sits at 1-3 in the conference, losing all three games by 8 points total, and has some work to do on their tournament resume. In conference play, the Frogs have the most efficient offense, hampered by the least efficient defense. The Sooners are 3-1 in conference play with a lone (and understandable) loss in Morgantown to the league-leading Mountaineers. Trae Young and the Sooners have the 4th most efficient offense in conference play, and have been on an absolute tear this season, scoring 80 points in all but one game, ninety in 11 games, and have scored 100 points in regulation 5 times. TCU faces a tall task, and Norman is a particularly daunting home environment – most metrics have Lloyd Noble in the top 25 or 30 of Home Advantage.

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