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How to Watch: TCU at Kansas

It’s Senior Day for Udoka Azubuike and Isaiah Moss. Too bad you probably won’t be able to watch it.

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Kansas plays its last game of the 2019-20 season in Allen Fieldhouse as the Jayhawks host TCU on Senior Day. (Jeff Long would like to remind you that you can totally watch the game tonight for just $5 a month.)

Kansas is the unanimous #1 team in the country in the AP Poll, while TCU comes in unranked. KenPom currently has KU at #1 and TCU at #84. The Jayhawks are coming off a rather frustrating 62-58 road win at K-State while the Frogs are coming off an impressive 75-72 home win over then-#2 Baylor.

Kansas leads the all-time series with TCU 19-2, which includes a 8-0 mark inside Allen Fieldhouse. The most recent meeting was a 60-46 Kansas win in Fort Worth last month.

Click here to read more about what to expect from TCU.

Here are the essentials:

The Numbers

(1) Kansas: 26-3, 15-1

TCU: 16-13, 7-9

Line: KU -16.5

How to Watch

Wednesday, Mar 4, 7:00 p.m. CST

Lawrence, KS: Allen Fieldhouse (16,300)

TV: ESPN+ (No Cable/Satellite)

Online Streaming: www.espn.com or the ESPN app (requires ESPN+ subscription)

- Mark Neely (Play-by-Play), Lance Blanks (Analyst)

Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network

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

Fun Facts

Kansas has won 36-straight “Senior Day” games. The last school to defeat Kansas on Senior Day was Nebraska in 1983.

Kansas STILL leads the Big 12 in scoring, scoring margin, and field goal percentage.

Kansas ranks in the top-10 in the NCAA in scoring defense and FG% defense.

TCU leads the Big 12 in 3-pointers made.

Saturday’s win against K-State made KU the second NCAA program to win 2,300 games (Kentucky).

A win tonight would be #500 for Bill Self at Kansas. Self is currently 499-109 (.821) while at KU, including 263-14 (.949) in Allen Fieldhouse.