Kansas is back at Sprint Center in Kansas City for a quarterfinal matchup with Oklahoma State.
Does this game have seeding implications for the Jayhawks? It definitely does for Oklahoma State, who is looking to claim an at-large (or possibly automatic!) berth to the NCAA Tournament.
Kansas is ranked #9 in the AP Poll and is coming off an 82-64 road loss at Oklahoma State.
Oklahoma State is unranked; the Cowboys are coming off a 71-60 win vs Oklahoma in the first round of the Big 12 Tournament.
Oklahoma State dominated Kansas in both regular season matchups, with the final score in Lawrence not really indicative of how thoroughly OSU has handled KU this year.
Oklahoma State is the last school to beat KU three times in a season, in 1983.
Here are the essentials:
#9 Kansas: 24-7, 13-5
vs Oklahoma State: 19-13, 8-10
Line: Not Yet Published
How to Watch
Thursday, Mar 8, 1:30 p.m. CST
(LOL Yeah right, probably more like 2 PM. Game will tip 30 minutes following K-State vs TCU which starts at 11:30 AM.)
Kansas City, MO: Sprint Center (18,972)
TV: ESPN or ESPN2
- Bob Wischusen (Play-by-Play), Fran “Call a foul a foul” Fraschilla (Analyst), Holly Rowe (Reporter)
Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network
- Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), Greg Gurley (Analyst)
- SiriusXM 199
Online streaming: www.watchespn.com or the WatchESPN App