Well, we wonder how this team will do against size, and we will find out right out of the gate. TCU's front line is 6'6" and 6'3", thought the taller of the two is Bradshaw, a frosh; think we may have been recruiting her for a while....She doesn't seem to play more than 20 minutes. After that, seems their back up is 6'1" in the frontcourt. In BF's presser, he said we will see how we have to defend their size, but then also with a smirk, said, their size will also have to contend with defending our more perimeter style game, with a smirk/smile. They are 9-3. 8- 0 at home. Of course, all their wins are against teams with losing records (one is 6-6). All their losses were really close though, to Purdue, SMU, and South Dakota St. So their record really doesn't tell us much. Their losses aren't "bad" but none of their wins are "good." Also, none of the teams they lost to are "top" tier. Their best player is Zahna Medley, a soph point guard, but she is also averaging almost 4 TOs a game while only 4 assists a game. Not too good against the light comp they have had already. They don't take a lot of threes. Moody and Hallie both said the loss there last time is fresh in their memories, and they don't want a repeat. If our guards continue to shoot fairly well, this could be a blowout, but I feel ISU takes this one close with TCU playing a very physical game. I think the play of Seanna and Hallie will be critical early to make the TCU posts uncomfortable dealing with guarding penetration/3-ball. Overall, TCU is a pretty young team, but does have a lot of athleticism, but their coach is concerned about dry spells on the offensive end, and second chance points. Of note, we will likely see a couple other players that ISU had interest in, Jada Butts and Caitlin Diaz off the bench.