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Kansas State at TCU: Week 9 Injury Report

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With the season's outcome in play for the Purple, injuries could be a small issue with big consequences.

One game, one color: the season outcome could be decided this weekend.
One game, one color: the season outcome could be decided this weekend.
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Kansas State's injury list got smaller (yay!) down to the point where it looks like the only guys out at this point are the guys who are out for a while. Let's hope this continues as the meat of the schedule ramps up!

Kansas State

Kyle Klein, WR

The news here hasn't changed, Klein is sitting out this season with a medical red-shirt.

Charmeachealle Moore, LB

Out for the season and hoping for a hardship medical waiver.

Travis Green, S

Travis Green underwent a scope on his right knee according to a twitter post he made on October 9th and is out indefinitely.


TCU

Matt Joeckel QB

The back up quarterback to breakout star Trevone Boykin, Matt Joeckel is out indefinitely and possibly for the season and his career after hurting his knee against Texas Tech.

Frank Kee, OL

Out indefinitely because of a shoulder injury from back in August.

Josh Carraway, DE

After being helped off the field against West Virginia because of a hurt right foot, Josh is probable for Saturday's match-up.

Deante Gray, WR

Deante also hurt his right foot against West Virginia and is listed as probably.

Jordan Moore, WR

With an ankle injury, he is currently listed as questionable.

B.J. Catalon, RB*

A shoulder injury leaves TCU's leading rusher questionable for the purple showdown and since he hasn't practiced this week, all signs point favorably for the Cats (but, of course, best wishes to B.J.).

*Update: According to Jeremy Clark's tweet B.J. Catalon will not play tomorrow.

Shaun Nixon, RB

His knee injury has him out indefinitely.

Devonte Fields, DL

Disciplinary issues led to him being kicked off the team prior to the season.

TCU has several members on the injury list which could threaten their depth. Most of the injuries are probably not momentous losses to TCU, but in a matchup between two Top 10 teams it won't take much to truly make a difference. Both teams have big dreams coming into this game and this game is pivotable for both on the outcome of the season.