Kansas heads east for a matchup with West Virginia.
Kansas comes into this matchup at 15-2. Last time out, the Jayhawks survived a last-second miss by Texas to knock off the Longhorns in Allen Fieldhouse by an 80-78 final.
West Virginia enters the contest at 8-9. The Mountaineers are coming off a 98-67 shellacking at the hands of TCU in Fort Worth.
Kansas has a 10-4 all-time series advantage over West Virginia, but the Jayhawks are just 2-4 in the WVU Coliseum. KU has won four straight against WVU.
The Jayhawks have never lost to the Mountaineers outside of the state of West Virginia.
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