KU made some headlines they would rather not read Thursday morning.
"It's not a bad loss, it's an unbelievably bad loss," Bill Self told CBS Sports after the game. "Everyone now thinks they can whip us."
TCU was winless in the Big 12 before tonight's game, ranking 344th nationally in scoring average. Of the Horned Frogs eight losses previously, seven of them were by double digits.
Garlon Greene led the way for TCU with 20 points. Three players for Kansas scored in double figures, including Ben McLemore leading the way with 15 points.
Kansas scored only 13 points at halftime, their worst first half scoring output since 1998 vs. Iowa State when they scored 18. They were held scoreless for the first seven and a half minutes.
TCU led by as many as 14 points in the second half, their largest lead of the game.
Kansas cut the game to four points late but cold shooting plagued them all night. Elijah Johnson didn't hit a bucket until nearly three minutes left in the game. He finished with eight points before fouling out. Travis Releford fouled out scoring only one point.
Naadir Tharpe scored 11 points and started the rally for the Jayhawks but couldn't help Kansas near 14 percent, 3-point shooting percent against TCU.
Kansas travels to Oklahoma Saturday to try and regain a foothold on the Big 12 Standings.