A stalled practice. A coach’s regret. An on-the-fly audible. Each had a part in the Kansas Jayhawks’ biggest moment during an 80-76 home victory over the Iowa State Cyclones at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, KS.
The No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks (16-3, 5-2 Big 12), who turned it over 24 times against Iowa State (14-5, 4-3) in a 77-60 setback on Jan. 5, knocked off the No. 24-rated Cyclones 80-76 on Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse.
The Kansas Jayhawks will play at home vs. the Iowa State Cyclones at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, KS. Here are keys to the game, what to watch for, television info and a prediction for the KU vs. ISU matchup.
Kansas, which fell to West Virginia 65-64 on Saturday in Morgantown, W.Va., will play host to Iowa State at 8 p.m. Monday at Allen Fieldhouse on ESPN Big Monday. The Cyclones defeated Oklahoma State, 72-59, on Saturday in Ames, Iowa.
The seventh-ranked Kansas Jayhawks will play on the road against the West Virginia Mountaineers in Morgantown, WV. Here are keys to the game, what to watch for and a prediction for the KU vs. WVU matchup.
How will the NCAA’s change from the RPI to the NET impact the Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball team’s NCAA Tournament seed? It’s a good question for KU and coach Bill Self that doesn’t have a clear answer.
Kansas Jayhawks sophomore Silvio De Sousa’s attorney has asked the NCAA to reinstate the forward immediately. The Star also confirmed KU declared De Sousa ineligible, formally acknowledging that a violation took place, and submitted a request to the NCAA for reinstatement.
Coach Bill Self was frustrated, as there was no reason for the Texas Longhorns basketball team to have a chance to win at the buzzer in the Kansas Jayhawks’ 80-78 victory in Lawrence, KS at Allen Fieldhouse.
The seventh-ranked Kansas Jayhawks will have a home men’s basketball game against the Texas Longhorns on ESPN’s Big Monday in Lawrence, KS. Here are keys to the game, what to watch for and a prediction for the KU-UT matchup.
After KU narrowly got past a pesky New Mexico State team Saturday night, Dec. 8, 2018, at the Sprint Center, Jayhawks basketball coach Bill Self went on a rant about everything wrong with his current team.