FORT WORTH, Texas -- Adrick McKinney scored the tiebreaking basket with 34 seconds left and TCU held on to beat Mississippi Valley State 67-64 Sunday.
MVSU led 62-60 after Darryl Mitchell scored with 2:30 to go, but McKinney's layup with 1:40 to go tied it, and then his putback layup gave the Horned Frogs (9-4) the lead for good. Garlon Green made a pair of free throws and Kyan Anderson made another one for TCU following Marshall's basket that cut the lead to 66-64. Marshall missed a tying 3-point attempt before the buzzer.
Anderson scored 16 points, Green finished with 15 and McKinney had 13 points.
It was the Horned Frogs' final nonconference game before the Big 12 season begins Saturday against Texas Tech. TCU has won three straight.
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