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Game Primer: How To Watch, Things To Know for TCU at Kansas

Here's everything you need to know before the Jayhawks tip off against the Horned Frogs today.
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The Kansas Jayhawks look to bounce back after their second loss of the season and first in conference as the TCU Horned Frogs come to town. TCU is coming off their own defeat at the hands of the West Virginia Mountaineers, and are down a major contributor in Micah Peavy. But both teams need this win to stay competitive in the Big 12 race.

The Horned Frogs are in their 7th season under head coach Jamie Dixon, who has a 131-88 record at the school.

Kansas comes into the game ranked #2 in both polls, while TCU State is #14 in the AP Poll and #13 in the Coaches Poll.

Kansas leads the all-time series 24-3, including a perfect 10-0 record in Allen Fieldhouse. They have won the last two meetings, 10 of the last 11 meetings, and 20 of the last 22 meetings between these teams.

Here are the essentials:

How to Watch

Saturday, January 21st, 12:00 p.m. CST

Lawrence, KS: Allen Fieldhouse (16,300)


- Ian Eagle (Play-by-Play), Bill Raferty (Analyst), Jay Wright (Analyst)

Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network

Webcast: KU Athletics Radio

- Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), Greg Gurley (Analyst)

Online Streaming: fuboTV (Start your free trial)

The Numbers

#2 Kansas: 16-2 (5-1 Big 12), KenPom: 7th overall, 17th offense, 14th defense

#14/#13 TCU: 14-4 (3-3 Big 12), KenPom: 30th overall, 73rd offense, 19th defense)

Line: KU -7.0

O/U: 145.5

Odds via SI Sportsbook

Game Coverage

TCU Preview

Game Predictions from the Blue Wings Rising staff

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Fun Facts

Jalen Wilson leads the conference in both scoring (20.8 ppg) and double-doubles (8). His 38 point game against Kansas State was the third most scored by a Kansas player in the Bill Self era.