FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Even when Kansas won games earlier this season against three Top 25 teams, the Jayhawks hadn’t celebrated in the locker room like they did after an overtime victory at TCU.
TCU (17-7, 5-6), trying to win consecutive games against Top 25 teams for the first time in school history, had a 13-0 run late in regulation and took a 69-65 lead on JD Miller’s two free throws with 2:07 Left.
Dedric Lawson had a putback basket for the Jayhawks with 1:06 left, and they got the ball back after TCU freshman Kendric Davis lost it out of bounds.
Lawson tied the game on a floater with 24 seconds left, and Davis missed a contested shot at the buzzer that would have won it.
After senior guard Lagerald Vick took a leave of absence from the program last week, Self used four freshman starters Saturday for only the second time in his 16 seasons.
Robinson put TCU up 37-35 with 14 seconds left with a long 3-pointer over Quentin Grimes, who then finished the half with a tying jumper.
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