The 11-2 Horned Frogs started off the season hot but dropped games against Clemson and Nevada last month. Kansas sits at 12-1, ranked No. 2 in the nation with wins over schools like UConn, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
Fans can catch the contest this afternoon on CBS Sports. Here is the full injury report for both teams.
Kansas basketball injury report vs. TCU
INJURY REPORT: Fully healthy
Earlier this week, head coach Bill Self confirmed that everything is going well health-wise on the roster. Therefore, there are no players on the Kansas basketball injury report.
The only scholarship players to not appear in a game this year are Jamari McDowell and Johnny Furphy. McDowell missed the season opener due to a minor practice injury, while Furphy missed KU’s win over Yale due to a family commitment back home in Australia.
The Jayhawks have yet to be bitten by the injury bug and hope to remain healthy as the season begins to ramp up.
TCU basketball injury report vs. Kansas
INJURY REPORT: Chuck O'Bannon Jr. (Thumb): Questionable, JaKobe Coles (Foot): Probable
TCU is dealing with a couple of injuries to a starter and a rotational player. Coles missed Monday's game against Texas A&M-Commerce, the first he has been absent for all year, but Jamie Dixon said he will likely be available. He is averaging 11.4 points and 5.4 rebounds, starting 11 of the Horned Frogs' 13 games during the 2023-24 season.
O'Bannon, who is in his seventh year of collegiate basketball, has missed the last two games due to a lingering thumb ailment. His status seems much more uncertain than that of Coles, so fans should expect him to be out until further notice. He averages 7.3 points and 3.4 rebounds off the bench.