Kansas looks to end the regular season on a high note and with a perfect record at home as the Bears of Baylor invade Lawrence looking to bolster their NCAA Tournament resume.
Kansas comes into this matchup at 22-8. Last time out, the Jayhawks were blasted in Norman against Oklahoma despite a deceiving 81-68 final score.
Baylor enters the contest at 19-11. The Bears are coming off what is surely a disappointing loss in Waco to Oklahoma State by a 67-64 final. Baylor has dropped two in a row after being on a three-game win streak.
Kansas leads the all-time series with Baylor 31-5. The Jayhawks have are a perfect 16-0 against the Bears in Lawrence, which includes a 15-0 mark in Allen Fieldhouse.
Despite KU’s overall success against Baylor, six of the last seven meetings between these two programs have been decided by six points or less. Additionally, four of the last five matchups in Lawrence have been decided by 10 points or less.
Kansas has won 35 consecutive home season finales, a streak that started in March of 1984.
Bill Self is looking for his 250th win in Allen Fieldhouse as the head coach of Kansas (249-13, 95.0%).
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