Appears limited in loss to KU Tchamwa Tchatchoua had two points (1-3 FG) and two personal fouls across 11 minutes off the bench in Saturday's 71-58 loss to Kansas.
Impact Tchamwa Tchatchoua did not take the court last Tuesday against Iowa due to undisclosed reasons, and his absence on the defensive end was felt, as Baylor came dangerously close to picking up its first loss of the season against one of the conference's lesser teams. That undefeated record ultimately came to an end Saturday, and while the 6-8 sophomore played, it appeared to be in a limited fashion. Tchamwa Tchatchoua saw a season-low 11 minutes and failed to pick up a rebound in a game for the very first time this season. As a result, the Bears allowed opposing center David McCormack to pick up a 20-point game, as they were outscored by the Jayhawks by 10 points in the second half. It's clear Tchamwa Tchatchoua is a pivotal part of the Baylor defense, so his playing time will be worth monitoring over the final two Big 12 regular season games.
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