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TCU coach Trent Johnson watches during the final moments of an NCAA college basketball game against Baylor in the Big 12 men's tournament Wednesday, March 12, 2014, in Kansas City, Mo. Baylor won 76-68. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
TCU is unbeaten and is off to one of its best start in team’s history with a record of 10-0. However, let’s not get too excited about this record. The reason is Mississippi may have been their toughest opponent in this year’s pre-conference play. The other opponents weren’t that strong.

TCU had a record of 7-3 around this time last year. However, they lost every Big 12 Conference game there afterwards, ending the season with a big 12 Conference record of 0-18.

We don’t know what they are going to look like this year once the Conference Competition starts. There’s great competition in the Big 12. This year’s TCU team is only slightly better than last year’s team.

The new addition of Kenrich Williams (JUCO) makes them a little better but it’s not enough to compete with Kansas, Iowa State or the rest of the nationally ranked teams in the Big 12.

Winning in the Big 12 is going to be tough for TCU. I predict that TCU will end the 2014-2015 season with a Big 12 Conference record of no more than 3-15.

Jack Williams, 5:00am December 16, 2014
AP Photo/Charlie Riedel
It’s Too Early To Get Excited About TCU’s 10-0 Start!
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