New Orleans Bound: Get KU Final Four Tickets

After wins over Providence and Miami over the weekend, the Kansas Jayhawks are New Orleans bound for the national semifinal. Get KU Final Four tickets now with no fees. | TICKETS

Kansas will face off with Villanova at 5:09 p.m. CST on Saturday, April 2nd at the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans. Fans who purchase tickets for Saturday’s Final Four essentially get a two-for-one special. Saturday’s ticket includes the Kansas-Villanova game, as well as the Duke-North Carolina matchup in the night cap.

The Jayhawks are on to the final weekend for the first time since 2018, when they ultimately lost to eventual champion Villanova. This also marks the fourth Final Four appearance for coach Bill Self since he took over the Kansas program (2008, 2012, 2018, 2022).


2021-22 Kansas Basketball Schedule

DateOpponentLocationTimeTickets
Nov. 3Emporia State (Exhib.)Allen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 86-60
Nov. 9Michigan StateNew York, N.Y.TBAW, 87-74
Nov. 12Tarleton StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-62
Nov. 18Stony BrookAllen Fieldhouse
7 p.m.W, 88-59
Nov. 25North Texas (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 71-59
Nov. 26Dayton (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAL, 74-73
Nov. 28Iona (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 96-83
Dec. 3St. John's
(Big 12-Big East Battle)
Elmont, N.Y.6 p.m.W, 95-75
Dec. 7UTEPKansas City, Mo.7 p.m.W, 78-52
Dec. 11MissouriAllen Fieldhouse2:15 p.m.W, 102-65
Dec. 18Stephen F. AustinAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 80-72
Dec. 29NevadaAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-61
Jan. 1George MasonAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 76-67
Jan. 4Oklahoma St.Stillwater, Okla.8 p.m.W, 74-63
Jan. 8Texas TechLubbock, Tex.3 p.m.L, 75-67
Jan. 11Iowa StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 62-61
Jan. 15West VirginiaAllen Fieldhouse
12:30 p.m.W, 85-59
Jan. 18OklahomaNorman, Okla.6 p.m.W, 67-64
Jan. 22Kansas State Manhattan, Kan.3 p.m.W, 78-75
Jan. 24Texas TechAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 94-91
Jan. 29KentuckyAllen Fieldhouse5 p.m.L, 80-62
Feb. 1Iowa StateAmes, Iowa6 p.m.W, 70-61
Feb. 5BaylorAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 83-59
Feb. 7TexasAustin, Tex.8 pm.L, 79-76
Feb. 12OklahomaAllen Fieldhouse12 p.m.W, 71-69
Feb. 14Oklahoma St.Allen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 76-62
Feb. 19West VirginiaMorgantown, W.V.
7 p.m.W, 71-58
Feb. 22Kansas StateAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 102-83
Feb. 26BaylorWaco, Tex.7 p.m.L, 80-70
Mar. 1 TCUFort Worth, Tex. 7p.m.L, 74-64
Mar. 3TCUAllen Fieldhouse4 p.m.W, 72-68
Mar. 5TexasAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 70-63
Mar. 10Big 12 Tournament
2nd Rd - WVU
Kansas City, MO1 p.m.W, 87-63
Mar. 11Big 12 Tournament
Semis - TCU
Kansas City, MO6 p.m.W, 75-62
Mar. 12Big 12 Tournament
Final - Texas Tech
Kansas City, MO5 p.m.W, 74-65
Mar. 17NCAA Tournament
1st Rd - Tex. Southern
Fort Worth, TX9:30 p.m.W, 83-56
Mar. 19NCAA Tournament
2nd Rd - Creighton
Fort Worth, TX2:30 p.m.W, 79-72
Mar. 25NCAA Tournament
3rd Rd - Providence
Chicago, IL6:29 p.m.W, 66-61
Mar. 27NCAA Tournament
4th Rd - Miami
Chicago, IL1:20 p.m.W, 76-60
Apr. 2NCAA Tournament
Final Four - Villanova
New Orleans, LA5:09 p.m.W, 81-65
Apr. 4NCAA Tournament
National Championship -
KU - UNC
New Orleans, LA8:20 p.m.W, 72-69

The Jayhawks have been led in the tournament by Arizona State transfer Remy Martin, who has provided a huge spark off the bench. In four tournament games, Martin is averaging 16.75 points, 3.25 assists and 5.25 rebounds despite playing just 25 minutes per game.

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KU Basketball Tickets | See History

The Kansas Jayhawks are on to the second weekend of the tournament, and will face Providence at 6:29 p.m. CST on Friday in Chicago. With a victory, the Jayhawks will stand alone as the winningest program in college basketball. Get KU basketball tickets now. | TICKETS

With a pair of victories over Texas Southern and Creighton, paired with a first round loss by Kentucky, Kansas was able to tie the Wildcats with 2,353 wins. Now, a victory on Friday night in Chicago will move the Jayhawks past Kentucky. A win also moves Kansas a single victory shy of another Final Four run.

The Jayhawks (30-6) enter their matchup with Providence proud owners of a ninth 30-win season under Bill Self, but you have to imagine this team understands the importance of picking up win 31, and 2,353.

The Kansas program has some of the richest tradition across all of college sports. To be on the team that surpasses Kentucky in all-time wins is something that will be remembered forever. Pair that with a 6-0 tourney run and another national championship, and this team will be immortalized forever!


2021-22 KU BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

DateOpponentLocationTimeTickets
Nov. 3Emporia State (Exhib.)Allen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 86-60
Nov. 9Michigan StateNew York, N.Y.TBAW, 87-74
Nov. 12Tarleton StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-62
Nov. 18Stony BrookAllen Fieldhouse
7 p.m.W, 88-59
Nov. 25North Texas (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 71-59
Nov. 26Dayton (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAL, 74-73
Nov. 28Iona (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 96-83
Dec. 3St. John's
(Big 12-Big East Battle)
Elmont, N.Y.6 p.m.W, 95-75
Dec. 7UTEPKansas City, Mo.7 p.m.W, 78-52
Dec. 11MissouriAllen Fieldhouse2:15 p.m.W, 102-65
Dec. 18Stephen F. AustinAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 80-72
Dec. 29NevadaAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-61
Jan. 1George MasonAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 76-67
Jan. 4Oklahoma St.Stillwater, Okla.8 p.m.W, 74-63
Jan. 8Texas TechLubbock, Tex.3 p.m.L, 75-67
Jan. 11Iowa StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 62-61
Jan. 15West VirginiaAllen Fieldhouse
12:30 p.m.W, 85-59
Jan. 18OklahomaNorman, Okla.6 p.m.W, 67-64
Jan. 22Kansas State Manhattan, Kan.3 p.m.W, 78-75
Jan. 24Texas TechAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 94-91
Jan. 29KentuckyAllen Fieldhouse5 p.m.L, 80-62
Feb. 1Iowa StateAmes, Iowa6 p.m.W, 70-61
Feb. 5BaylorAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 83-59
Feb. 7TexasAustin, Tex.8 pm.L, 79-76
Feb. 12OklahomaAllen Fieldhouse12 p.m.W, 71-69
Feb. 14Oklahoma St.Allen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 76-62
Feb. 19West VirginiaMorgantown, W.V.
7 p.m.W, 71-58
Feb. 22Kansas StateAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 102-83
Feb. 26BaylorWaco, Tex.7 p.m.L, 80-70
Mar. 1 TCUFort Worth, Tex. 7p.m.L, 74-64
Mar. 3TCUAllen Fieldhouse4 p.m.W, 72-68
Mar. 5TexasAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 70-63
Mar. 10Big 12 Tournament
2nd Rd - WVU
Kansas City, MO1 p.m.W, 87-63
Mar. 11Big 12 Tournament
Semis - TCU
Kansas City, MO6 p.m.W, 75-62
Mar. 12Big 12 Tournament
Final - Texas Tech
Kansas City, MO5 p.m.W, 74-65
Mar. 17NCAA Tournament
1st Rd - Tex. Southern
Fort Worth, TX9:30 p.m.W, 83-56
Mar. 19NCAA Tournament
2nd Rd - Creighton
Fort Worth, TX2:30 p.m.W, 79-72
Mar. 25NCAA Tournament
3rd Rd - Providence
Chicago, IL6:29 p.m.W, 66-61
Mar. 27NCAA Tournament
4th Rd - Miami
Chicago, IL1:20 p.m.W, 76-60
Apr. 2NCAA Tournament
Final Four - Villanova
New Orleans, LA5:09 p.m.W, 81-65
Apr. 4NCAA Tournament
National Championship -
KU - UNC
New Orleans, LA8:20 p.m.W, 72-69

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KU Conference Schedule Announced

The Big 12 recently released the full schedules for the upcoming college basketball season. While the opponents have always been known, we now know when the full KU conference schedule.

The KU conference schedule will open on Jan. 1, 2022 at home against TCU, and will close out the regular season at home against Texas on March 5.

For the fifteenth time in sixteen seasons, Kansas has four Big Monday games. Kansas basketball fans should be as excited as ever, as this year will include games against Michigan State, Kentucky, a border war against Missouri, and a potential battle against Alabama in the ESPN Events Invitation.

The Jayhawks first game will be against Michigan State in the Champions Classic on November 9th, and the first home game will be against Tarleton State on November 12th.


Full Jayhawks Schedule | TICKETS

DateOpponentLocationTimeTickets
Nov. 3Emporia State (Exhib.)Allen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 86-60
Nov. 9Michigan StateNew York, N.Y.TBAW, 87-74
Nov. 12Tarleton StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-62
Nov. 18Stony BrookAllen Fieldhouse
7 p.m.W, 88-59
Nov. 25North Texas (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 71-59
Nov. 26Dayton (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAL, 74-73
Nov. 28Iona (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 96-83
Dec. 3St. John's
(Big 12-Big East Battle)
Elmont, N.Y.6 p.m.W, 95-75
Dec. 7UTEPKansas City, Mo.7 p.m.W, 78-52
Dec. 11MissouriAllen Fieldhouse2:15 p.m.W, 102-65
Dec. 18Stephen F. AustinAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 80-72
Dec. 29NevadaAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-61
Jan. 1George MasonAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 76-67
Jan. 4Oklahoma St.Stillwater, Okla.8 p.m.W, 74-63
Jan. 8Texas TechLubbock, Tex.3 p.m.L, 75-67
Jan. 11Iowa StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 62-61
Jan. 15West VirginiaAllen Fieldhouse
12:30 p.m.W, 85-59
Jan. 18OklahomaNorman, Okla.6 p.m.W, 67-64
Jan. 22Kansas State Manhattan, Kan.3 p.m.W, 78-75
Jan. 24Texas TechAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 94-91
Jan. 29KentuckyAllen Fieldhouse5 p.m.L, 80-62
Feb. 1Iowa StateAmes, Iowa6 p.m.W, 70-61
Feb. 5BaylorAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 83-59
Feb. 7TexasAustin, Tex.8 pm.L, 79-76
Feb. 12OklahomaAllen Fieldhouse12 p.m.W, 71-69
Feb. 14Oklahoma St.Allen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 76-62
Feb. 19West VirginiaMorgantown, W.V.
7 p.m.W, 71-58
Feb. 22Kansas StateAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 102-83
Feb. 26BaylorWaco, Tex.7 p.m.L, 80-70
Mar. 1 TCUFort Worth, Tex. 7p.m.L, 74-64
Mar. 3TCUAllen Fieldhouse4 p.m.W, 72-68
Mar. 5TexasAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 70-63
Mar. 10Big 12 Tournament
2nd Rd - WVU
Kansas City, MO1 p.m.W, 87-63
Mar. 11Big 12 Tournament
Semis - TCU
Kansas City, MO6 p.m.W, 75-62
Mar. 12Big 12 Tournament
Final - Texas Tech
Kansas City, MO5 p.m.W, 74-65
Mar. 17NCAA Tournament
1st Rd - Tex. Southern
Fort Worth, TX9:30 p.m.W, 83-56
Mar. 19NCAA Tournament
2nd Rd - Creighton
Fort Worth, TX2:30 p.m.W, 79-72
Mar. 25NCAA Tournament
3rd Rd - Providence
Chicago, IL6:29 p.m.W, 66-61
Mar. 27NCAA Tournament
4th Rd - Miami
Chicago, IL1:20 p.m.W, 76-60
Apr. 2NCAA Tournament
Final Four - Villanova
New Orleans, LA5:09 p.m.W, 81-65
Apr. 4NCAA Tournament
National Championship -
KU - UNC
New Orleans, LA8:20 p.m.W, 72-69

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Big 12-SEC Challenge Preview – KU Basketball Schedule

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Big 12-SEC Challenge Preview

ESPN has officially announced the times for the Big 12-SEC Challenge on January 29th.

With all ten Big 12 teams along with ten SEC teams, the challenge will showcase some very competitive matchups that you won’t want to miss. The biggest game will showcase the Kansas Jayhawks and the Kentucky Wildcats in a Blue Blood matchup at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence.

The Jayhawks are entering the year as the number two team in the nation, according to Jeff Borzello’s Way-Too-Early Top 25 basketball rankings. As for Kentucky, the Wildcats were given the ninth spot in the rankings, and the team has gotten some outstanding transfers and freshmen including former West Virginia center Oscar Tshiebwe.

The Blue Blood matchup will take place at 6 P.M. on the 29th. | TICKETS

Here’s a look at the rest of the game times and matchups for the Big 12-SEC Challenge: 

2022 Big 12/SEC Challenge (All Times CT)

  • 11:00 p.m. – LSU Tigers at TCU Horned Frogs [ESPN2]
  • 1:00 p.m. – West Virginia Mountaineers at Arkansas Razorbacks [ESPN/2]
  • 1:00 p.m. – Oklahoma Sooners at Auburn Tigers [ESPN/2]
  • 1:00 p.m. – Missouri Tigers at Iowa State Cyclones [ESPNU]
  • 3:00 p.m. – Baylor Bears at Alabama Crimson Tide [ESPN/2]
  • 3:00 p.m. – Oklahoma State Cowboys at Florida Gators [ESPN/2]
  • 3:00 p.m. – Kansas State Wildcats at Ole Miss Rebels [ESPNU]
  • 5:00 p.m. – Kentucky Wildcats at Kansas Jayhawks [ESPN]
  • 5:00 p.m. – Mississippi State Bulldogs at Texas Tech Red Raiders [ESPN2]
  • 7:00 p.m. – Tennessee Volunteers at Texas Longhorns [ESPN]

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ESPN Events Invitational Bracket Revealed – KU Basketball Schedule

ESPN Events Invitational Bracket Revealed

ESPN recently released the bracket for their annual ESPN Events Invitational in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The teams in the field are Kansas, North Texas, Dayton, Miami, Alabama, Iona, Belmont, and Drake.  

In round one, Kansas will play North Texas on November 25th. If the Jayhawks can beat North Texas, they will advance to the second round and face either Dayton or Miami in the semifinal on November 26th. If they can win that game, they will then play in the championship where they will face either Alabama, Iona, Belmont, or Drake on November 27th. | TICKETS

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With the season fast approaching, the Kansas basketball official schedule should be out soon. While you wait for the Big 12 schedule to drop, below is the full nonconference schedule.


DateOpponentLocationTimeTickets
Nov. 3Emporia State (Exhib.)Allen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 86-60
Nov. 9Michigan StateNew York, N.Y.TBAW, 87-74
Nov. 12Tarleton StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-62
Nov. 18Stony BrookAllen Fieldhouse
7 p.m.W, 88-59
Nov. 25North Texas (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 71-59
Nov. 26Dayton (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAL, 74-73
Nov. 28Iona (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 96-83
Dec. 3St. John's
(Big 12-Big East Battle)
Elmont, N.Y.6 p.m.W, 95-75
Dec. 7UTEPKansas City, Mo.7 p.m.W, 78-52
Dec. 11MissouriAllen Fieldhouse2:15 p.m.W, 102-65
Dec. 18Stephen F. AustinAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 80-72
Dec. 29NevadaAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-61
Jan. 1George MasonAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 76-67
Jan. 4Oklahoma St.Stillwater, Okla.8 p.m.W, 74-63
Jan. 8Texas TechLubbock, Tex.3 p.m.L, 75-67
Jan. 11Iowa StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 62-61
Jan. 15West VirginiaAllen Fieldhouse
12:30 p.m.W, 85-59
Jan. 18OklahomaNorman, Okla.6 p.m.W, 67-64
Jan. 22Kansas State Manhattan, Kan.3 p.m.W, 78-75
Jan. 24Texas TechAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 94-91
Jan. 29KentuckyAllen Fieldhouse5 p.m.L, 80-62
Feb. 1Iowa StateAmes, Iowa6 p.m.W, 70-61
Feb. 5BaylorAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 83-59
Feb. 7TexasAustin, Tex.8 pm.L, 79-76
Feb. 12OklahomaAllen Fieldhouse12 p.m.W, 71-69
Feb. 14Oklahoma St.Allen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 76-62
Feb. 19West VirginiaMorgantown, W.V.
7 p.m.W, 71-58
Feb. 22Kansas StateAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 102-83
Feb. 26BaylorWaco, Tex.7 p.m.L, 80-70
Mar. 1 TCUFort Worth, Tex. 7p.m.L, 74-64
Mar. 3TCUAllen Fieldhouse4 p.m.W, 72-68
Mar. 5TexasAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 70-63
Mar. 10Big 12 Tournament
2nd Rd - WVU
Kansas City, MO1 p.m.W, 87-63
Mar. 11Big 12 Tournament
Semis - TCU
Kansas City, MO6 p.m.W, 75-62
Mar. 12Big 12 Tournament
Final - Texas Tech
Kansas City, MO5 p.m.W, 74-65
Mar. 17NCAA Tournament
1st Rd - Tex. Southern
Fort Worth, TX9:30 p.m.W, 83-56
Mar. 19NCAA Tournament
2nd Rd - Creighton
Fort Worth, TX2:30 p.m.W, 79-72
Mar. 25NCAA Tournament
3rd Rd - Providence
Chicago, IL6:29 p.m.W, 66-61
Mar. 27NCAA Tournament
4th Rd - Miami
Chicago, IL1:20 p.m.W, 76-60
Apr. 2NCAA Tournament
Final Four - Villanova
New Orleans, LA5:09 p.m.W, 81-65
Apr. 4NCAA Tournament
National Championship -
KU - UNC
New Orleans, LA8:20 p.m.W, 72-69

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2021 Kansas Non-Conference Schedule Announced

The 2021-22 Kansas men’s basketball non-conference schedule is now public. The Jayhawks have another strong slate of games outside of Big 12 conference play, including a big-time holiday tournament and the return of the Border War.

Perhaps the biggest game on Kansas’s schedule will come on Dec. 11 when they play host to the Missouri Tigers in the much-anticipated return of the Border War. The two universities agreed to renew their rivalry in 2020, but the game was canceled last season due to the pandemic.

Kansas will open their season with an exhibition matchup against Emporia State on Nov. 3 inside Allen Fieldhouse. They will tip off the regular season in the Champions Classic against Michigan State on Nov. 9 in Madison Square Garden.

The Jayhawks will then take on Tarleton State (Nov. 12) and Stony Brook (Nov. 18) at home before heading to Florida for the ESPN Events Invitational. The tournament, which takes place over the Thanksgiving weekend, will feature three games for the Jayhawks.


ESPN Events Invitational Field:

Kansas | Alabama | North Texas | Drake | Iona | Belmont | Dayton | Miami


Kansas will travel to Boulder, Colo. for another tough test with former Big 12 foe Colorado on Dec. 21, followed by the ever-popular post-holiday game against Harvard on Dec. 29 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas will also travel to play St. John’s on Dec. 2 as part of the Big 12-Big East Battle.

There will be one more non-conference game announced later this summer when the matchups for the SEC-Big 12 Showdown are made public. Kansas is set to host this game in Lawrence, with the most likely opponents being Kentucky, Arkansas, or Alabama. Many believe a Kentucky-Kansas matchup is all but inevitable.


2021-22 KUMBB Non-Conference Schedule

DateOpponentLocationTimeTickets
Nov. 3Emporia State (Exhib.)Allen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 86-60
Nov. 9Michigan StateNew York, N.Y.TBAW, 87-74
Nov. 12Tarleton StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-62
Nov. 18Stony BrookAllen Fieldhouse
7 p.m.W, 88-59
Nov. 25North Texas (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 71-59
Nov. 26Dayton (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAL, 74-73
Nov. 28Iona (ESPN
Events Invitational)
Orlando, Fla.TBAW, 96-83
Dec. 3St. John's
(Big 12-Big East Battle)
Elmont, N.Y.6 p.m.W, 95-75
Dec. 7UTEPKansas City, Mo.7 p.m.W, 78-52
Dec. 11MissouriAllen Fieldhouse2:15 p.m.W, 102-65
Dec. 18Stephen F. AustinAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 80-72
Dec. 29NevadaAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 88-61
Jan. 1George MasonAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 76-67
Jan. 4Oklahoma St.Stillwater, Okla.8 p.m.W, 74-63
Jan. 8Texas TechLubbock, Tex.3 p.m.L, 75-67
Jan. 11Iowa StateAllen Fieldhouse7 p.m.W, 62-61
Jan. 15West VirginiaAllen Fieldhouse
12:30 p.m.W, 85-59
Jan. 18OklahomaNorman, Okla.6 p.m.W, 67-64
Jan. 22Kansas State Manhattan, Kan.3 p.m.W, 78-75
Jan. 24Texas TechAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 94-91
Jan. 29KentuckyAllen Fieldhouse5 p.m.L, 80-62
Feb. 1Iowa StateAmes, Iowa6 p.m.W, 70-61
Feb. 5BaylorAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 83-59
Feb. 7TexasAustin, Tex.8 pm.L, 79-76
Feb. 12OklahomaAllen Fieldhouse12 p.m.W, 71-69
Feb. 14Oklahoma St.Allen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 76-62
Feb. 19West VirginiaMorgantown, W.V.
7 p.m.W, 71-58
Feb. 22Kansas StateAllen Fieldhouse8 p.m.W, 102-83
Feb. 26BaylorWaco, Tex.7 p.m.L, 80-70
Mar. 1 TCUFort Worth, Tex. 7p.m.L, 74-64
Mar. 3TCUAllen Fieldhouse4 p.m.W, 72-68
Mar. 5TexasAllen Fieldhouse3 p.m.W, 70-63
Mar. 10Big 12 Tournament
2nd Rd - WVU
Kansas City, MO1 p.m.W, 87-63
Mar. 11Big 12 Tournament
Semis - TCU
Kansas City, MO6 p.m.W, 75-62
Mar. 12Big 12 Tournament
Final - Texas Tech
Kansas City, MO5 p.m.W, 74-65
Mar. 17NCAA Tournament
1st Rd - Tex. Southern
Fort Worth, TX9:30 p.m.W, 83-56
Mar. 19NCAA Tournament
2nd Rd - Creighton
Fort Worth, TX2:30 p.m.W, 79-72
Mar. 25NCAA Tournament
3rd Rd - Providence
Chicago, IL6:29 p.m.W, 66-61
Mar. 27NCAA Tournament
4th Rd - Miami
Chicago, IL1:20 p.m.W, 76-60
Apr. 2NCAA Tournament
Final Four - Villanova
New Orleans, LA5:09 p.m.W, 81-65
Apr. 4NCAA Tournament
National Championship -
KU - UNC
New Orleans, LA8:20 p.m.W, 72-69

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Jayhawks Receive Numerous Awards

With the regular season complete and a 12th straight title won by No. 1 Kansas, the Jayhawks were littered with awards.

Senior forward Perry Ellis was named to the Big 12 1st team, while Wayne Selden, Jr., and Frank Mason III were named to the 2nd team.

Junior center Landen Lucas and sophomore guard Devonte’ Graham made honorable mention, and Graham joined Mason on the all Big 12 defensive team.

The Big 12 conference awarded coach of the year to Texas Tech’s Tubby Smith, but the Associated Press, among others, selected Bill Self as Big 12 coach of the year.

Tuesday, USA Today chose Self as national coach of the year, while Perry Ellis has been listed by multiple outlets as a 2nd team All American. The fan-favorite averaged 16.5 points this season and hit a team-high 52% of his shots.

It isn’t shocking to see the Jayhawks receive so many accolades following a championship which was won in a year where the Big 12 featured as many as 6 ranked teams (currently has 6) throughout the season.

Heading into the Big 12 tournament, the Big 12 has three teams ranked among the top 10 in Kansas (1), Oklahoma (6), and West Virginia (9).

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Kansas Dominates Texas

With a chance to win the Big 12 title outright, No. 1 Kansas crushed No. 23 Texas, 86-56, on the road in Austin, Tex., Monday night. Perry Ellis scored 20 points to lead the Jayhawks.

When the Texas Longhorns hired Shaka Smart to take over head coaching duties for the departing Rick Barnes, the world of social media was filled with tweets and posts about Kansas’ reign over the conference coming to an end.

A month ago, sitting at 5-3 with three-straight road losses, it sort of looked as though those premonitions were coming true.

Per usual, Bill Self and his team corrected some mistakes and subsequently went on a now 10-game winning streak and are the sole champions of the Big 12 for the 12th straight season.

Senior forward Perry Ellis led the Jayhawks with 20 points as his team jumped out to a 15-0 lead, hitting 6-of-8 shots while Texas missed its first 13 shots of the game. From then on, it was essentially over.

The Longhorns faced a brutally tough Kansas defense which clogged the lane and wouldn’t allow UT’s guards to get any clean looks or driving lanes.

Offensively, the Jayhawks shot 32-of-60 from the floor, good enough for 64-percent from the floor. On top of that, KU was 11-of-16 from three—just under 70-percent. It was a complete destruction of another top 25 team KU has faced in its 10-game winning streak.

Frank Mason III once again looked as though his legs and spring are back, controlling tempo and running the Kansas offense as smoothly as ever.

Many thought Kansas was due for a letdown after beating Texas Tech on Saturday to claim at least a share of the conference title, and with a home game remaining, a loss to Texas wouldn’t have been all that consequential.

For Texas, a team which used a 22-0 run in the second half to come back and dominate then-ranked No. 3 Oklahoma over the weekend, a senior night and highly anticipated chance at taking down No. 1 in the country was quickly spoiled rotten.

Javan Felix led the Longhorns with 13 points, but outside of that, no other player scored more than 9 points. Leading guard Isaiah Taylor ended the game 1-of-10 from the field with 5 points.

The highlight of the night—among many—for Kansas was Jamari Traylor’s ally-oop dunk in which he not only nearly hit his head on the rim, but skinned his elbow on the backboard after having to hold on to the basket for the and-1.

Overall is was complete dominance from a team which looks to be the favorite for the overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.

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KU Wins 12th Straight Big 12 Title

With only three games remaining in the regular season, No. 2 Kansas hosted Texas Tech in Allen Fieldhouse with the chance to secure at least a share of its incredible, 12th straight conference championship.

With two games remaining at home, and the last being against Iowa State, it would have been in KU’s best interest to make sure they locked up at least a share against an inferior–although vastly improved–Texas Tech.

The game was sluggish from the start and neither team seemed capable of lighting up the scoreboard, but the Jayhawks came out with one of its best defensive performances of the season, particularly its first-shot defense. The Red Raiders had multiple shot-clock violations in the first half and were trying to get into their offensive sets closer to half court than they were closer to the rim.

Offensively, the Jayhawks had their own struggles. Senior forward Perry Ellis and junior guard Wayne Selden, Jr., were almost non-existent for Bill Self.

With the two leaders struggling, Self went to his bench early and often. Sophomore Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk lit the scoreboard on fire, scoring 17 points for the game and hitting all 5 of his three-pointers including a remarkable last-second shot to end the first half.

Point guard Frank Mason III was also highly engaged and feeling it on the offensive end. His 16 points and constant attack-mode kept the Red Raiders at bay.

As Self stated after the game, however, the Jayhawks have been playing so well in winning 9 games in a row, that they have reached what he called a, “semi-phase,” of thinking they can turn on the switch whenever they want. That mentality was evident after leading Tech by 20 midway through the second half, then allowing them to get within 8 down the stretch. The game was never in doubt, but the simple fact that Kansas went into cruise control with time left on the clock is something Self and his staff will have to combat, especially now that they have locked up another league title with two games to go.

Assuming the Jayhawks go at least 1-1 in its last two games, play well in the Big 12 tournament, they are all but locked into a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. With two difficult opponents to go to finish out the regular season, staying focused on winning the title outright is the key for KU.

Self made it clear after Saturday’s win that his team has plenty of more work to do before the season is truly over, and since he has been at Kansas, he has continuously stressed that sharing the conference crown isn’t something his team should be satisfied with.

KU has one home game left this season with Iowa State coming to town for senior night. It’s likely the athletic department will have something planned to recognize long-time broadcaster, Bob Davis, as he is hanging up the headset after this season and retiring after an incredible run as the voice of the Jayhawks. With Iowa State coming in as a top 25 team and one capable of beating KU, it’ll be an intense finale to the regular season in Allen Fieldhouse. Tickets For Less has a variety of seats available for next Saturday’s game. With zero hidden service fees, what you see is what you get on all ticket purchases. Don’t miss your last chance to see the Jayhawks in Allen Fieldhouse this season!

KU Downs West Virginia

The Kansas Jayhawks stuck to the game plan, avoided the turnover bug that hit them in Morgantown, and got its revenge on West Virginia Tuesday night.

Perry Ellis led the way with 21 points on 7-of-9 shooting, and Landen Lucas had the game of his career with 9 points and 16 rebounds.

Against a team which prides itself on rebounding, Lucas’ effort on the glass on both ends of the floor may have been the reason why the Jayhawks were able to control the game throughout the 40 minutes and keep the Mountaineers at bay.

In its loss to WVU on the road, Kansas struggled to inbound the ball against press defense and was never able to get into any type of offensive flow.

Bill Self’s message and game plan of how to break the press and initiate offense was executed almost to perfection and it clearly frustrated the Mountaineers from the outset.

Frank Mason III had his best game in several weeks, scoring 14 points while grabbing 5 rebounds. His ability to get the ball moving against a strong defense and keep his teammates in the right place was key in taking down WVU.

Self once again played with his big man rotation in the first half before settling in with Ellis, Lucas, and Jamari Traylor.

Freshman Cheick Diallo and Carlton Bragg continue to see limited minutes, mainly because of inconsistent play in situations where Kansas can’t afford wasted possessions and lack-luster defense. With the conference as tough as it has been in years, Self is forced to focus on the players with the most experience, and not necessarily with the most talent or highest ceilings.

At this point in the season, every game is as important as the next. Following West Virginia, the Jayhawks will have to travel to Oklahoma to take on the No. 3-ranked Sooners. With the Big 12 title on the line, KU has found itself firmly in the hunt, tied for first place with OU. With the Jayhawks, Sooners, and Mountaineers all facing equally difficult tests to finish out the conference slate, it may take until the final weekend of play to determine the champion and whether or not Kansas will bring home a 12th straight crown.