The Frogs fell to the Baylor Bears by a score of 76-68 in the first round in the Big 12 tournament.
Injuries, attrition and a lackluster offense brought an end to a season that wasn't.
Trent Johnson paced the sidelines with the same energy that he had for a team bound to the NCAA tournament, and his players fought admirably for their coach that demands nothing but their best.
A winless run through the Big 12 conference is not the vision that Trent Johnson had for his second season in Fort Worth.
With a roster featuring four solid freshmen and a returning junior, Amric Fields, Johnson had to have believed that this season was bound to be more successful than his first a TCU when the Frogs won just two conference games.
Junior point guard Kyan Anderson was only light that shone brightly for TCU, and Anderson was named honorable mention All-Big 12. He averaged 17 points and 4.4 assists per game.
Now the Frogs focus on getting better. Sure they were competitive in most games, but they cannot get any worse...at least record-wise.
The Frogs have the talent to vastly improve in 2014-2015. Trey Ziegler, Amric Fields, Devonta Abron and Chris Washburn will all serve as solid additions to the roster, assuming they are healthy.
All signee Chauncey Collins does is score, and the coaching staff will add at least one more member to the 2014 signing class (likely a junior college prospect).
The roster will look vastly different if the Frogs are healthy next year.
But as all involved with the TCU program learned this year, that's a big if.
So for now, take a sigh of relief, Frog fans. For all intents and purposes, TCU's record is now reset to 0-0.