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Notebook: Kansas Mauls TCU

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Tyon Grant-Foster 'sparked' KU basketball in win over TCU
"When coach told me at the time I was going to start, at that moment I knew we needed a spark," Grant-Foster said in his post-game radio interview. "We weren’t really scoring, but I knew if we started to get stops that the lid would come off the basket."

Three takeaways: Reviewing KU basketball's win vs. TCU
The Jayhawks struggled to score in the first half of Thursday's game. The team shot 8 for 26 (30.8 percent) from the field and 2 for 8 (25.0 percent) from 3. The Jayhawks also did not attempt a free throw in the period.

Photo gallery: KU basketball outlasts TCU in Allen Fieldhouse
The Jayhawks shot just 30.8 percent from the field in the first half of Thursday's game. They made only two 3s on eight attempts while not attempting any free throws. However, those numbers turned around in the second half, as KU shot 50 percent from the field and made nine free throws, though the 3-point shooting never improved.

David McCormack's big second half, late 3 help KU snap losing skid
In a split second, a player popped open behind the 3-point line with plenty of space to catch and shoot. There was just one thing; that man was David McCormack, who hadn’t made a 3 in 79 career games at Kansas.

Quick recap & instant analysis: No. 15 KU basketball vs. TCU
Conference play is in full swing for KU basketball. The No. 15 Jayhawks entered Thursday having dropped three-straight contests — all on the road — but they returned home for a showdown against the TCU Horned Frogs at Allen Fieldhouse.