No.18 TCU hits highest point total in five years in rout of Central Arkansas

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Mike Miles Jr. lead TCU to rout of Central Arkansas, scoring 21 points (TCU Athletics).




By Ray Cartwright
Frogs Today staff writer



FORT WORTH – In the final tune up before conference play starts, No. 18 TCU blew past Central Arkansas 103-57.

This was the first time the Horned Frogs have hit the century mark since November 2017, when they beat Tennessee Tech 100-67.

The Frogs had five players in double-digits scoring, with Mike Miles Jr. leading the way 21 points.

Emanuel Miller continued his hot streak after being named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week, adding 20 points and 10 rebounds in the game.

TCU had only seven turnovers in the game, tying a season-low.

“Good finish to non-conference,” coach Jamie Dixon said. “Loved the 28 assists and only seven turnovers. That was a big emphasis for us going into this year was cutting down on turnovers. We’ve been shooting the ball well since the first three games of the season when we didn’t have anything close to our roster.”

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