Kansas hits the road for a top-5 matchup with the Baylor Bears in Waco.
Kansas is the #3 team in the country in the AP Poll, while Baylor comes in at #1. KenPom currently has KU at #1 and BU at #2. The Jayhawks are coming off a 91-71 home win over Iowa State while the Bears are coming off a 65-54 road win at Oklahoma.
Kansas leads the all-time series with Baylor 32-6, which includes a 13-3 mark inside the Ferrell Center. The most recent meeting between these two programs was a 67-55 Baylor victory in Lawrence back on January 11.
Be sure to check out RCT’s breakdown of the matchup between Kansas and Baylor.
Here are the essentials:
(3) Kansas: 23-3, 12-1
(1) Baylor: 24-1, 13-0
Line: Baylor -2
How to Watch
Saturday, Feb 22, 11:00 a.m. CST
Waco, TX: Ferrell Center (10,284)
Online Streaming: www.espn.com or the ESPN app
- Dan Shulman (Play-by-Play), Jay Bilas (Analyst), Holly Rowe (Reporter)
Radio: Jayhawk Radio Network
- Brian Hanni (Play-by-Play), Greg Gurley (Analyst)
Kansas is 0-2 against AP top-10 teams so far this season. However, the Jayhawks have still won 20 of their last 24 regular season games against AP top-10 teams, including 8 of their last 9 true road games against top-10 foes.
Kansas is 8-16 all-time against AP #1s, but is 3-2 under Bill Self.
In those 24 games against AP #1, only one has been a true road game - a Kansas victory over #1 K-State on March 8, 1958.
A Baylor win would make the Bears only the second team to take the season series from Kansas in the Bill Self era (Oklahoma State, 2018).
Kansas leads the Big 12 in scoring offense, while Baylor leads the league in scoring defense.