Texas A&M men’s basketball coach Billy Kennedy said starters Dash Harris (foot) and Khris Middleton (knee) remain “day-to-day” and could miss Saturday’s game against Oklahoma State (3 p.m., College Station).
Harris, A&M’s point guard, injured his arch in Monday’s 64-54 loss to No. 5 Kansas. Middleton, a forward, sat out the Kansas game with a knee ailment.
“Dash’s arch is just sprained. There’s no permanent damage,” Kennedy said. “We’ll know more about Khris in the next couple of days. He’s getting his knee looked at again (in an MRI exam). I really don’t want him to practice until he’s close to 100 percent.”
Middleton, A&M’s top scorer last season, underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in November but re-injured the knee last week. A&M (11-8, 2-5 in Big 12) began the season in the Top 25 but has dealt with injuries to multiple players this season.
_ Jimmy Burch