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CJ Fredrick atop February 20th college basketball injury report UPDATE

The long-distance shooter for the Hawkeyes suffered what appeared to be a bad injury last week, but might be ready to go tonight.

Guard C.J. Fredrick of the Iowa Hawkeyes grabs a rebound in the first half in front of guard Dachon Burke of the Nebraska Cornhuskers, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on February 8, 2020 in Iowa City, Iowa. Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images

These are the possible injuries and what we know about the following players for key college basketball games on February 19th. We’ll bring you the latest and most important key injuries for the best games on the board every morning.

Reports are courtesy of Don Best and USA Today unless otherwise indicated.

Ohio State vs. Iowa

UI: CJ Fredrick is questionable with an ankle injury suffered in the last game.

UPDATE: 5:40 p.m.

Update 5:59 p.m.

Oregon vs. Arizona State

UO: N’Farly Dante is out indefinitely with a knee injury.
UO: Chandler Lawson is probable with an eye injury.
ASU: Taeshon Cherry is out with a foot injury until early March.
ASU: Khalid Thomas is suspended for violation of team rules.

Connecticut vs. Temple

UC: Akok Akok has torn his achilles and will miss the rest of the season.
TU: Arashma Parks is questionable with a shoulder injury.

Southern Cal vs. Colorado

USC: Isaiah Mobley is probable with an ankle injury.
USC: Onyeka Okongwu is probable with concussions symptoms after missing the last two games.
USC: Kyle Sturdviant is questionable due to a personal matter.

Vermont vs. Stony Brook

SBU: Elijah Olaniyi is doubtful with an ankle injury.

UCLA vs. Utah

UCLA: Prince Ali is questionable with back spasms.

Michigan State vs. Nebraska

MSU: Xavier Tillman is probable despite a personal matter.
NU: Matej Kavas is out for the season with a hand injury.

Santa Clara vs. BYU

SCU: Guglielmo Caruso is is questionable with a leg injury.
BYU: Dalton Nixon is questionable with an ankle.

San Francisco vs. Gonzaga

GU: Killain Tillie is questionable with an ankle that kept him out of the last game.