What do you think KU's record will be in its 18-game Big 12 schedule?

18-0 13% 202 votes

17-1 24% 367 votes

16-2 43% 658 votes

15-3 14% 221 votes

14-4 4% 64 votes

13-5 0% 5 votes

12-6 0% 0 votes

11-5 0% 0 votes

10-6 or worse 0% 5 votes

1522 total votes


Alohahawk 9 years, 9 months ago

Toughest games will be: At Oklahoma State, and either at Baylor (last regular season game) or at K State. Yeah, I know KU, has owned The Octogloom, but K State does have (surprisingly) a good team this season. Baylor has some very good 3 point shooters, but their defense is doubtful. Texas, with Kobongo back, will be tough in their second matchup with the Jayhawks, but that game will be in AFH. At Iowa State is always difficult. Oklahoma State will finish 2nd to KU. They will be KU's toughest games this regular season.

If KU can split those away games - K State, Baylor, Iowa State and Oklahoma State, and run the table at home, they should end up at 16 & 2 and win their 9th straight conference title.

trustyourSelf 9 years, 9 months ago

come on- who are the fans that think we'll go 18-0? That's optimism

CougIsLJW 9 years, 9 months ago

I don't think this team will go 18-0, but I think they're good enough to do it.

Michael Bratisax 9 years, 9 months ago

I want to know what 'fans' believe we will lose 6 or more in Conference play..

jayhawkinnc 9 years, 9 months ago

16-2 sounds about right. I think we'll lose at OSU and perhaps (I hate to say it) at K-State. We've normally struggled in the Self era at OSU (just 2 wins.....'06 and '12) and K-State seems to be playing really well and they knocked off a good Florida team. I think a potentially 28-3 regular season record going into the Big XII Tourney would be solid!

Mark Lindrud 9 years, 9 months ago

I can see 2-3 losses tops. An upset will always loom, beware OSU, KState and Baylor, but don't sleep on Texas. I'm thankful when their PG returns we play them at home because that can be a spark. Also, West Virginia is tough at home. As long as we play focused and smart the Big 12 is ours, again.

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