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College basketball injury report February 26th: Jonah Matthews, DJ Carton, Eli Brooks

USC guard Jonah Matthews headlines a trio of Trojans starters with status in doubt for tonight’s contest with Arizona

Southern California Trojans guard Jonah Matthews poses during Pac-12 media day at the Pac-12 Network Studios.  Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

These are the possible injuries and what we know about the following players for key college basketball games on February 26th. 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.

USC vs. Arizona

USC: Jonah Matthews is questionable with an illness according to USA Today, but upgraded to probable according to Don Best.
USC: Nick Rakocevic missed the previous game with an illness, and is questionable according to USA Today, but probable according to Don Best.
USC: Kyle Sturdivant is out due to a personal matter.

Ohio State vs. Nebraska

OSU: DJ Carton has rejoined the team after a personal absence, but he is out for tonight according to Buckeye Xtra.
OSU: Kyle Young missed the last game with an ankle sprain, and is questionable.

UPDATE: Kyle Young is out according to Ohio State’s 24/7 account, as is freshman Alonzo Gaffney.

Wisconsin vs. Michigan

UM: Eli Brooks is questionable with a nose injury suffered in the last game.

UPDATE 6:38 p.m.

Arizona State vs. UCLA

ASU: Taeshon Cherry is out with a foot injury.
UCLA: Prince Ali has missed the last two games with back spasms and is questionable.

Oregon State vs. Oregon

UO: N’Faly Dante is expected to play after missing several games with a knee injury.

Colorado vs. Cal

Cal: Jacobi Gordon is out until the early part of March with an unknown issue.

Temple vs. Wichita State

TU: Arashma Parks has missed several games with a shoulder injury and is questionable.