No. 8 Kansas gets revenge as the Jayhawks host No. 7 Kansas State in a rematch of K-State 83-82 overtime two weeks ago. The last time the Wildcats swept his series a season against an in-state opponent was in his 1982–83 season, and winning inside Allenfieldhouse would not be easy.
The last time KU lost at home to K State was in 2006, and the Jayhawks (17-4, 5-3 Big 12) won the SEC/Big 12 Challenge thanks to a 77-68 victory over Kentucky. , seems to have found the direction again. Saturday.
But K State (18-3, 6-2) continues to stand out as one of the top turnaround stories in college basketball in its first year under coach Jerome Tan. The Wildcats are the No. 1 seed in the expected NCAA Tournament in Jerry Palm’s bracket studies and could further cement their Big 12 title contenders and postseason restart. In the first meeting, Jalen Wilson scored his 38 for his KU, while Keyonte Johnson and Desi Sills each scored his 24 for Kansas State. Both teams are likely making adjustments to their defenses, and it will be interesting to see who steps up this time around.
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