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KANSAS (18 - 6) at TCU (17 - 6)
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KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games18-6+3.39-1414-1076.735.747.3%37.570.231.940.4%35.8
Road Games5-6-3.73-74-771.433.044.7%36.673.131.441.8%36.5
Last 5 Games2-3-12-33-
Conference Games7-4+1.83-75-672.534.846.8%35.570.630.941.6%34.6
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.735.728-5947.3%7-2036.3%13-2068.1%37914177134
vs opponents surrendering67.931.724-5841.7%7-2233.5%13-1869.7%33912196143
Team Stats (Road Games)71.433.026-5744.7%7-1935.8%13-1968.1%37912197154
Stats Against (All Games)70.231.925-6140.4%9-2633.7%12-1769.6%361013176143
vs opponents averaging75.335.627-5845.7%8-2334.9%14-2070.8%371014176134
Stats Against (Road Games)73.131.426-6141.8%9-2436.9%13-1967.8%371016177134

TCU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-6+113-1012-1076.236.146.9%36.368.731.342.3%33.0
Home Games11-1-1.56-66-677.136.448.2%38.366.128.040.1%33.0
Last 5 Games3-2+3.52-34-169.232.443.6%33.475.031.846.6%34.0
Conference Games5-5+2.54-66-373.635.744.6%33.975.234.047.0%33.8
TCU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.236.127-5846.9%8-2235.2%14-2069.8%36917167134
vs opponents surrendering68.932.124-5742.3%8-2333.2%13-1970.2%34913186143
Team Stats (Home Games)77.136.427-5748.2%7-2136.0%15-2266.8%38919167135
Stats Against (All Games)68.731.325-5942.3%6-2130.2%13-1872.5%33914175134
vs opponents averaging7334.126-5844.8%8-2234.7%13-1969.4%36914187134
Stats Against (Home Games)66.128.024-6040.1%6-2127.4%12-1672.1%33915186134
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS 84.7,  TCU 80.5
KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/29/2018E MICHIGAN87-63W-23W139O31-5655.4%421721-7030.0%4216
1/5/2019@ IOWA ST60-77L2.5L152U24-5642.9%412428-6145.9%2612
1/12/2019@ BAYLOR73-68W-5T143U24-4454.5%301425-7533.3%4914
1/19/2019@ W VIRGINIA64-65L-5L147.5U24-5543.6%341825-5446.3%2813
1/21/2019IOWA ST80-76W-5L148.5O33-6451.6%381127-6243.5%3614
1/26/2019@ KENTUCKY63-71L6L145.5U23-6336.5%36825-6439.1%4911
1/29/2019@ TEXAS63-73L1L141U22-5143.1%271321-5042.0%3112
2/2/2019TEXAS TECH79-63W-4.5W134.5O27-5945.8%391322-6434.4%4211
2/5/2019@ KANSAS ST67-74L3L134O24-5246.2%362325-5843.1%3012
2/9/2019OKLAHOMA ST84-72W-10.5W137.5O31-6250.0%38824-5543.6%278
2/11/2019@ TCU              
2/16/2019W VIRGINIA              
2/23/2019@ TEXAS TECH              
2/25/2019KANSAS ST              
3/2/2019@ OKLAHOMA ST              
3/5/2019@ OKLAHOMA              

TCU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/25/2018*INDIANA ST83-69W-11W148.5O31-6051.7%331228-5650.0%2719
1/9/2019@ KANSAS68-77L6.5L152U25-5446.3%342026-6043.3%3412
1/12/2019@ OKLAHOMA74-76L3.5W150P25-7234.7%421227-5549.1%369
1/15/2019W VIRGINIA98-67W-6W145O29-6147.5%391323-6038.3%3817
1/19/2019@ KANSAS ST55-65L4.5L132U20-4742.6%311822-4845.8%277
1/28/2019@ TEXAS TECH65-84L5L132O21-4645.7%281332-5954.2%317
2/2/2019@ BAYLOR64-90L5L139O24-5742.1%26935-6355.6%4010
2/6/2019OKLAHOMA ST70-68W-8.5L136O23-5839.7%341025-5248.1%3110
2/9/2019@ IOWA ST92-83W9.5W145.5O33-6253.2%341228-6245.2%3515
2/18/2019@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/23/2019IOWA ST              
2/26/2019@ W VIRGINIA              
3/2/2019TEXAS TECH              
3/4/2019KANSAS ST              
KANSAS: Last season: 31-8, lost to Villanova in Final Four
Nickname: Jayhawks
Coach: Bill Self
Conference: Big 12
Who's gone: PG Devonte Graham (NBA), PG Malik Newman (NBA), SG Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (NBA), SG Clay Young, SF Sam Cunliffe (transfer to Evansville).
Who's back: SG Marcus Garrett averaged 4.1 points as a freshman last season; PF Silvio De Sousa joined Jayhawks at semester last season, providing crucial depth but he is out indefinitely amid eligibility questions; SG LaGerald Vick declared for NBA draft but returned to Kansas; C Udoka Azubuike averaged 13 points and seven boards last season; PF Mitch Lightfoot provided energy and depth inside.
Who's new: PG Charlie Moore transferred from California, where he averaged 12.2 points as a freshman; Twin brothers PF Dedric Lawson and SF K.J. Lawson transferred from Memphis, where Dedric averaged 19.2 points and 9.9 rebounds as a sophomore and K.J. averaged 12.3 points and 8.1 rebounds as a freshman; PG Quentin Grimes is a five-star prospect from The Woodlands, Texas; SG Devon Dotson is a five-star prospect from Charlotte, North Carolina; C David McCormack is a 6-foot-9 forward from Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia; SG Ochai Agbaji is a potential redshirt candidate from Kansas City, Missouri.
The Skinny: The Jayhawks lost their top three scorers from last season and could be even better this year. Dedric Lawson was often the best player on the floor in practice last year but had to redshirt alongside Moore and his brother, K.J. Those three should give the Jayhawks some veteran leadership alongside a handful of holdovers, headlined by Azubuike and Vick, and a recruiting class that was ranked in the top 10 nationally.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have Kansas at 17-2 to win the NCAA Tournament, the fourth-best odds behind Duke (5-1), Kentucky (11-2) and Gonzaga (15-2).
Nickname: Horned Frogs.
Coach: Jamie Dixon.
Conference: Big 12.
Who's gone: Forward Kenrich Williams (NBA), forward Vladimir Brodziansky (pro league in Spain).
Who's back: Senior guard Alex Robinson averaged 9.7 points and a team-best 6.1 assists per game last season. Forward J.D. Miller averaged 7.9 points and 3.8 rebounds. Guard Desmond Bane was the Big 12's best 3-point shooter, making 46 percent of his shots from beyond the arc. Point guard Jaylen Fisher averaged 10.7 points and 4.4 assists per game, but missed the end of each of his first two seasons because of injury and is hurt again. His sophomore season ended last January because of a torn meniscus in his right knee, and had arthroscopic surgery on the same knee in September. Kouat Noi, a 6-7 forward, averaged 10.2 points and 3.9 rebounds as a freshman.
Who's new: Kaden Archie is a 6-6 freshman forward from nearby Midlothian, Kevin Samuel is a 6-11 center from Barbuda, and 6-11 forward Yuat Alok is a junior from New Zealand.
The Skinny: After making it to their first NCAA Tournament in 20 seasons, the Frogs are No. 20 in this year's preseason AP poll. With five returning players and eight newcomers for Dixon's third season, the coach says that ranking is based on what they can become, but not what they are now.
Expectations: Las Vegas oddsmakers have TCU as a long shot to win the NCAA Tournament at 120-1, the same as Big 12 rival Baylor, but well below five other conference foes, including league favorites Kansas at 17-2 and West Virginia at 30-1.
Agbaji bringing energy to No. 13 Kansas

The sudden emergence of Ochai Agbaji is beginning to make the redshirt that was previously targeted for the Kansas freshman look foolish.

"It just goes to show you what a bad decision that I made initially in misreading the situation,'' conceded Jayhawks coach Bill Self, "because he is beyond his years. He's got an energy and a poised look about him that this team really needs.''

The redshirt was pulled before a Jan. 9 home game against TCU, a Big 12 rival that No. 13 Kansas faces Monday in Fort Worth, Texas.

Agbaji has played in 10 games and was one of four freshmen Saturday who started for the Jayhawks (18-6, 7-4 Big 12) when they toppled Oklahoma State before readying for the quick turnaround against the Horned Frogs (17-6, 5-5).

Agbaji also happened to be the one player in Saturday's starting lineup who did not arrive at Kansas as a McDonald's All-American. In fact, his recruiting pedigree as a local prospect from the Kansas City area was rather pedestrian.

While that could have influenced Self's initial decision to redshirt the 6-5 wing, the contribution from Agbaji has made the coach realize the freshman could have helped the thin Jayhawks from the outset.

Their latest setback involving personnel was a leave of absence allotted to guard Lagerald Vick, the Jayhawks' lone senior and their most prolific 3-point shooter. To offset that blow, Agbaji netted 23 points on 8-of-12 shooting against Oklahoma State.

"A lot has happened this year,'' Agbaji told The Topeka Capital-Journal. "Coach has been talking to us. Everybody's been talking to us. We're just staying focused.''

Kansas also has been without starting sophomore guard Marcus Garrett (ankle) the past three games. Two frontline players -- center Udoka Azubuike (wrist) and forward Silvio De Sousa (NCAA suspension), will miss the remainder of the season.

The makeshift rotation Self has been left to create could make it problematic for Kansas to extend its string of 14 consecutive Big 12 championships, especially if it cannot improve on a 1-6 road record.

"We have to go down there (to TCU) with a purpose and a focus,'' Self said. "People talk about running plays and all that. It doesn't matter what you run as long as you have energy and passion. It's contagious. I think we have some guys out there we can feed off of.''

TCU evened its Big 12 record Saturday with a 92-83 road win at No. 17 Iowa State. The Horned Frogs shot 53.2 percent to post their first road win in 50 games against a ranked opponent. The skid stretched 21 years, back to January 1998 when TCU won at No. 24 Hawaii.

"I'm only to blame for the last three years and when I was a teenager. You can't hold me to everything the last 30 years,'' TCU's Jamie Dixon said of his time as a coach and player for the Frogs. "But it's about us. We're new and we're building and getting better and looking at today, not yesterday or 10 years ago.''

Freshman guard Kendric Davis notched career bests with 22 points in 29 minutes at Iowa State, hitting 7 of 10 shot attempts with four assists. Junior guard Desmond Bane leads TCU, averaging 15 points per game.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 8/21/2019 6:09:34 PM EST

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