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Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Predictions: TCU Horned Frogs

The crew gets together to tell you what is going to happen today.

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It's a weird situation for the Kansas Jayhawks, as they are trying to break a 3-game losing streak, but they get to host the TCU Horned Frogs to try to do it. The crew gets together to tell you just how successful they will be tonight.

Disagree with anything you see here? Leave your own prediction in the comments below!

Fizzle406: I think we win this one. We need a get right game and this will be it. Kansas 77, TCU 65

David: I see this going one of two ways. The first is that we’ll come out looking to dominate following the last three games and will blow the doors off a bad TCU team coming off an extended layoff. The other option is that they’ll continue to look like a team that just isn’t all that impressive because they lack the talent. I’ll go with option one. Kansas 80, TCU 61

Mike.Plank: If you think Kansas doesn’t have any talent, wait until you get a load of TCU. KU took care of them handily three weeks ago in Fort Worth, winning by 29 points. I think we see something similar here. Kansas 90, TCU 65.

Kyle_Davis21: It’s been interesting to see how brands have come off COVID pauses. Some jump back in as if everything was normal and others look completely out of sorts and out of shape. It’s hard to predict which happens for TCU tonight, but either way that team struggles enough on both the offensive and defensive side that it shouldn’t matter either way. The question is just by how much can Kansas win. I’ll say the Frogs are sloppy but not terrible. Kansas 75, TCU 62

dnoll5: This is the game KU needs on the schedule right now. I’ll be honest in saying I haven’t watched a lot since that TCU game (it was the night before the capitol insurrection if I’m not mistaken) but KU was great in that one and TCU wasn’t. I think we’ll see a repeat of that. KU 70, TCU 59.

Brendan: It would feel weird to call this a must-win game for KU, but there’s no denying how important it is to get this one. I don’t know if the Jayhawks will cruise quite as easily as they did down in Ft. Worth, but it should still be a decisive victory tonight. My prediction is that it serves as a get-right game for a couple of guys like it was (at least temporarily) for David McCormack earlier this month. Kansas 82, TCU 62

Andy Mitts: This game is going to be nowhere near as stressful as following Kansas Football news over the last couple months has been. Kansas is going to get to take out a lot of frustration in this game, and they should win this one handily. Kansas 92, TCU 60