2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
10-5, 5th in Big 12
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Kansas loses 3 straight for first time since 2013

De'Vion Harmon scored 22 points as Oklahoma beat No. 9 Kansas 75-68 Saturday for its second victory this month over a top-10 opponent and the Jayhawks' first three-game losing streak since February 2013.

Harris tosses no-look dime to Lightfoot for a Kansas slam (0:17)
Jalen Wilson kisses reverse layup off the glass (0:21)
Kansas' Wilson reaches back for big slam (0:19)
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Iowa St. positive tests put halt to No. 6 KU game

No. 6 Kansas and Iowa State have postponed their game scheduled for Saturday because of positive COVID-19 tests and contract tracing in the Cyclones' program.

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9dMark Schlabach

Convictions upheld in NCAA college hoop scandal

A federal appeals court upheld the convictions against three defendants at the center of a pay-for-play scheme to influence high-profile basketball recruits to attend Kansas, Louisville and NC State.

McCormack drops in game-sealing bucket as Kansas edges Oklahoma (0:28)
Braun drains a triple from the Jayhawks' logo (0:19)
Enaruna connects with Lighfoot on slam (0:22)

Courtside: Dan Gavitt on Indianapolis hosting the NCAA Tournament; Shaka Smart on beating Kansas by a bunch at Phog Allen

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast with NCAA SVP of Basketball Dan Gavitt to discuss Indianapolis hosting the entire NCAA Tournament, the living and practice set-up for teams, family’s being allowed to attend, and the difference between a controlled environment and a bubble. Then, the guys get into their thoughts on a very down ACC, the top-four conferences, Drake’s 13-0 start and if it makes sense to play conference tournaments. Later, Texas head coach Shaka Smart stops by to talk about leaving the Bald Brotherhood, Jericho Sims as the unsung hero of his team, beating Kansas by a bunch at Phog Allen, the bench generating energy without fans and throwing pig guts in the locker room to send a message to his players.

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No fear: Horns hand record-tying loss to Kansas

Courtney Ramey scored 18 points as No. 8 Texas matched the most lopsided win by an opponent in the history of Allen Fieldhouse with an 84-59 victory over No. 3 Kansas.


No. 8 Texas tops No. 3 KU 84-59 to tie record margin at Phog

— Courtney Ramey scored 18 points to lead five Texas players in double-figures scoring, and No. 8 Longhorns routed third-ranked Kansas 84-59 on Saturday to match the most lopsided win by an opponent in the history of Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas' Lightfoot denies Williams' dunk attempt (0:19)
Ramey's block turns into a dunk for Texas (0:21)

Happily Miserable Edition

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing why they have no problem with the NCAA’s “Mask Madness,” the strength of the Big Ten, Iowa losing big games, their worry for Michigan State, Baylor and Gonzaga versus the field, and blue blood not flowing through the sport this year.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game75.3114th
Rebounds Per Game38.9Tied-69th
Assists Per Game13.7Tied-171st
Points Allowed68.6

Tournament History

Final Fours15
Tournament Record108-47
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances48