With a week off for Christmas — and just one nonconference game remaining — it’s time to ask the natural question: When will Kansas lose again? Looking at the upcoming schedule, it seems unlikely that the Jayhawks will match the 18-game winning streak from 2012-13, but coach Bill Self’s team does have an opportunity to push the streak into the latter half of January — and perhaps beyond.
With a week off for Christmas — and just one nonconference game remaining — it’s time to ask the natural question: When will Kansas lose again? Looking at the upcoming schedule, it seems unlikely that the Jayhawks will match the 18-game winning streak from 2012-13, but coach Bill Self’s team does have an opportunity to push the streak into the latter half of January — and perhaps beyond. Lenny Ignelzi The Associated Press
With a week off for Christmas — and just one nonconference game remaining — it’s time to ask the natural question: When will Kansas lose again? Looking at the upcoming schedule, it seems unlikely that the Jayhawks will match the 18-game winning streak from 2012-13, but coach Bill Self’s team does have an opportunity to push the streak into the latter half of January — and perhaps beyond. Lenny Ignelzi The Associated Press
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KU Chalkboard: When will the Jayhawks lose again?

December 23, 2015 6:09 PM

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