Kansas University's basketball team is one of the hottest squads in the nation as it has won seven straight and 14 of its last 16 games dating back to Dec. 10. To be sure, pollsters on Monday voted the Jayhawks (17-6 overall, 8-2 Big 12) into the 22nd spot in both the Associated Press Top 25 Poll and ESPN/USA Today Poll.
Iowa State made a big run, tempers flared late, but when all was said and done Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse it was the Jayhawks who emerged with their seventh-straight win in an 88-75 victory.
The final margin might have looked a little better, but the frustration certainly could not have felt much better.
Kansas University's basketball team will try to make it six straight Big 12 victories tonight when it takes on Nebraska at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Bob Devaney Center. But unlike the last time these two teams met two weeks ago, KU coach Bill Self said he doesn't expect a 40-point victory.
Kansas completed an improbable comeback, rallying from 16 points down with 10 minutes to go to steal a 59-58 victory over No. 18 Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday.
Kansas University's men's basketball team will try to build off back-to-back road wins with an 8 p.m. contest against Texas Tech tonight at Allen Fieldhouse.
As if games inside Hilton Coliseum weren't hard enough to win already for Kansas University's basketball team inside the hostile arena in Ames, Iowa -- the Cyclones have decided a new uniform hue is just what they need to reclaim the "magic."
The last couple of seasons have seen both the KU football team and K-State basketball team break long losing streaks in the Sunflower Showdown. Tonight the KU women's basketball team will try and snap the Wildcats eight-straight victories.
Kansas University's basketball team has never lost to Texas A&M, winning all 10 meetings -- including all nine games since the Big 12's inception in 1996-97.
Kansas University's basketball team will try and stop a two-game losing streak today when it takes on Nebraska at 3 p.m. from Allen Fieldhouse. "Our spirits are not down," said KU senior Jeff Hawkins. "They are still up. It's not like we can't win any more games, not like we're only playing with two players. "We've still got our whole team. Everybody, basically, is healthy. We've got to go fight. We can still win the Big 12, we've just go to focus every game."