Live from...Allen Fieldhouse

Today's opponent is Kansas State. Check out their schedule, roster and stats.

» Take that, 'Cats! (By Gary Bedore)

» Kansas negates Walker (By Tom Keegan)

» Jayhawks' Collins plays like a 'beast' (By Ryan Greene)

» Beasley livid after loss (By Ryan Wood)

» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore)

The Spodcasters: Dishin' again with Rece and Bilas

For the second year in a row, ESPN Game Day host Rece Davis and analyst Jay Bilas took time to catch up with the Spodcasters on the eve of their live broadcast from Allen Fieldhouse. In individual interviews, the two talk about the Jayhawks, what they love about Fieldhouse, their show and plenty more. Listen here and subscribe to The Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on MySpace »

The Greene Room: The KU/K-State E-mail exchange

Ryan Greene and Wichita Eagle K-State beat writer Jeff Martin swap e-mails throughout Friday morning/afternoon to discuss anything and everything regarding Saturday's Sunflower Showdown - Part Deux. Read more »

Game Updates: Kansas-Kansas State

Thanks to a little bit of help from Texas Tech this afternoon in Lubbock, the Kansas University men's basketball team has another opportunity in front of it. Aside from being able to tie Texas, now 11-3 in league play, atop the Big 12 standings, KU has an opportunity to settle the regular season score with Kansas State, who enters Allen Fieldhouse for tonight's 8 p.m. tip, which can be seen on ESPN (Sunflower channel 33, 233 HD). On Jan. 30, as you probably know by now, K-State ended a 24-year homecourt drought against Kansas with an 84-75 victory. Dominating the game for the Wildcats was a trio of freshmen - Michael Beasely, Bill Walker and Jacob Pullen. Read more »

The Greene Room Live: KU-KSU, Part Deux

The Greene Room comes to you live from Allen Fieldhouse, where a load of hype finally comes to a head with KU looking to even things out in the season series against Mike Beasley, Bill Walker and youth-infused Kansas State. Enter The Greene Room »

Extra Minutes: Kansas 88, Kansas State 74

Tying up loose ends from KU's 88-74 victory over Kansas State, in which the stat sheet was filled with things worth mention on the Kansas side. What isn't as visible, though, is the mixture of defense and crowd noise which helped take Kansas State out of its rhythm, compared to how KSU looked in downing KU in Manhattan on Jan. 30. Read more and hear postgame audio »

Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self met with the media following his team's emphatic 88-74 redemption victory over Kansas State Saturday night in Allen Fieldhouse. In front of the strongest home crowd of the season, Brandon Rush led five Jayhawks in double figures with 21 points, including five three-pointers. Self called the win a good way to start March after a February which without question had its up and downs both on and off the court for the 26-3 Jayhawks. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »

Spodcasters: Re-introducing the mid-January Jayhawks

Ryan Greene and Tom Keegan discuss the Jayhawks' redeeming win over Kansas State, which dug up memories of the KU team which was at one point 20-0 and steamrolling everyone in mid-January. Plus, the return of Russell Robinson's defensive dominance, Sherron Collins' spark (officially) and Brandon Rush's first-half stroke. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »

The Keegan Ratings: Who to choose, who to choose

On a night when several guys stood out for the Jayhawks in a redemption win over Kansas State, it was Brandon Rush's white-hot shooting - especially in the first half - which landed him atop The Ratings. Read more »

KU-Kansas State photo gallery

See photos from KU's home blasting of Kansas State, played in front of the loudest Fieldhouse crowd of the year, one which was ready all day starting with the ESPN College Game Day taping in the morning.See photos »

KU-Kansas State box score

Check out the final stats from KU's home win over Kansas State, in which five Jayhawks scored in double figures. Brandon Rush led the way with 21 points, Sherron Collins officially marked his return with 18 and Russell Robinson snapped a February offensive swoon with 14 to start March. See stats »