Alex Robinson sets TCU single-game assist record

With Jaylen Fisher out for an indeterminate amount of time, somebody on the TCU Horned Frogs had to step up. That someone was Alex Robinson.

In the Horned Frogs’ 96-73 win at Iowa State Wednesday night, Robinson set the school single-game assist record, dropping 17 dimes.

The previous record was 16, done by Greedy Daniels in 2000 and Prince Fowler in both 1998 and 1999. Robinson also holds the postseason assist record for TCU, with 11 assists against both Iowa and Georgia State in the NIT last season.

Robinson’s previous career high in assists was eight, which he put up against Texas Tech last year.

Fisher’s injury will no doubt hurt the Horned Frogs. But if Robinson keeps passing the rock like he did against Iowa State, TCU’s offense will be able to survive.

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