Jan. 30, 2007
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Game Day Information
Television: The mtn. (MountainWest Television Network)
Tim Neverett (play-by-play) and Todd Christensen (analyst) will describe the action.
Satellite Coordinates: Satellite SBS 6, Transponder K 16 lower (Digital)
Radio: KKGM 1630 AM and KTCU 88.7 FM in Fort Worth/Dallas
Brian Estridge (play-by-play) and John Denton (analyst) will call the game on the TCU/ISP Sports Network. The game can also be heard online at www.GoFrogs.com.
Next on the Schedule: TCU will look for the season sweep of Utah on Saturday when the Utes visit Daniel-Meyer Coliseum at 7 p.m. (CT).
The Horned Frogs Against the Aztecs
TCU leads the all-time series with San Diego State 3 games to 2.
San Diego State is one of the two schools in the Mountain West that TCU has a winning record against all time. The other MWC foe that TCU owns a winning record against is Colorado State (6-4).
The Aztecs won both meetings last year, earning a 76-57 victory in Fort Worth and an 83-71 win in San Diego.
Just one game in the series has been decided by fewer than 12 points (a 72-70 TCU win in 1984).
The other four games in the series have been decided by an average of 24.3 points.
Reaching the Halfway Point
Wednesday's game marks the midway point of the 2007 conference slate. TCU has a 2-5 record through the first seven games of MWC play.
The Mountain West Conference Tournament (March 6-10), which will be played in Las Vegas, is just five weeks away.
It's Nice to Be Back
TCU is beginning a four-game stretch that features three home contests.
The Horned Frogs have played four of their last six games away from home. Two of those were against teams that are tied for the second-longest home winning streaks in the nation (BYU -27 and Air Force-27).
Over the first 14 games, TCU's bench scored 26.6 points per game compared to 14.3 for the opponents.
The Frogs' subs have scored just 13.2 points per game over the last five games, while opponents' have averaged 22.2 per game.