Trent Johnson was notably concerned about his Horned Frogs' lack of focus following their massive upset of Kansas. A number of players reportedly missed classes the following day after celebrating and sleeping in.
It may not be proven that it led to Saturday's loss to West Virginia, but it's clear that knocking off the No. 5 team earlier is definitely a thing of the past now.
Kyan Anderson's 16 points weren't enough has the Frogs dropped their next game 63-50 to the Mountaineers at Daniel Meyer Coliseum.
West Virginia got 17 points from Terry Henderson off the bench, as TCU could not stop the Mountaineers' hot shooting. West Virginia shot 50 percent or better in both halves.
The Frogs' 60 percent shooting in the first half kept them in the game, trailing just 31-28 at halftime. They were still within six points with less than 11 minutes to play, but everything went cold down the stretch, managing only three field goals in the last 13 minutes.
And they don't have a long turnaround, as TCU must travel to Oklahoma for a Big Monday game against the Sooners, who handed the Jayhawks their third straight loss on Saturday.