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Kansas Jayhawks Basketball 2014-2015 News and Updates
1/26/15 - The Kansas Jayhawks are currently ranked one in the Big 12 Conference. They have had a great season thus far, with a record of 16-3. This last Saturday, they took on their inner-state rivals, the Texas Longhorns. Kansas ended up winning 75-62, and it was a huge boost for them as a team. Cliff Alexander played extremely well for Kanas, scoring 15 points and grabbing 9 rebounds. Kansas also showcased pinpoint passing that left the Longhorns on their heels. If they can keep up their efforts offensively, they are going to be hard to stop. Up next for them is a great game against TCU. Both have exceptional offenses, so it’s going to be a fun one for the fans. Tickets are available for $34.
1/20/15 - The Kansas Jayhawks basketball team's winning streak has come to an end as they suffer their third loss for the season at the hands of the Iowa State Cyclones. The Jayhawks were just one step behind through the whole Jan. 17th game, ending up a measly five points behind in the end. This loss drops them to the number 11 spot, but they are already on their way back up with another victory against the Oklahoma Sooners just two days later. Kelly Oubre Jr. scored an impressive 19 points and Cliff Alexander followed with 13. It is disappointing to see them lose, but they still maintain an impressive win ratio. They will be playing a couple away games, but will return on Jan. 31st to play the Kansas City Wildcats.
1/12/15 - The Oklahoma State Cowboys and the Kansas Jayhawks basketball teams almost had the same number of wins and losses when they stepped onto the court on Jan. 13. That did not stop the Jayhawks from cleaning up, however. Continuing their winning streak, Kansas scored more than Oklahoma State in each of the two halves. The final score was 57-67, which brought the Jayhawks to 14-2 and places them in the number nine position for the league. Kansas' points were spread out among their players pretty evenly, with the leader being Frank Mason III with only 16, but this game is his 13th in a row where he scores more than 10 points. Next Kansas is headed to take on the Iowa Cyclones on the 17th.
1/8/15 - The Kansas Jayhawks are still working their way back up after their eight-game winning streak ended last month. They are up to three wins, but they nearly had to start over again when they played the Baylor Bears on Jan. 7th. After falling behind in the first half, they only managed to tie the game with three minutes remaining. Then star player, Wayne Selden, scored a three-pointer with 2:17 left and followed it up with a layup to finish the game only one point ahead with 56-55. It was a very exciting and a very close game, but the Jayhawks managed to keep their 12-2 rating alive to stay ranked at #12. They take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders next with Tickets at $19.
12/31/14 - Looking at the final score of 62-78, one would never guess how close it was between the Kent State Golden Flashes and Kansas Jayhawks basketball teams on Tuesday. The Golden Flashes had an excellent first 20 minutes, but the Jayhawks were able to shut them down before the half ended and they never really recovered. Kansas got a strong 39 points in each period, 6 more than their opponents and then 10 more. Cliff Alexander was the star with eights points, four rebounds, two blocks and one steal. This is a good return to victory after the Jayhawks had their second loss of the season last game and brings them to 10-2. They will be taking on the UNLV Runnin’ Rebels on the 4th and tickets are available for $29.
12/24/14 - The Kansas Jayhawks basketball team suffered a surprising loss on Monday when they played the Temple Owls (8-4). They got off to a rough start in the first half, but was very much still in the game, only being behind by 10 points. However, the Jayhawks simply could not get a good offense together and ended the game behind 52-77. Frank Mason III scored 20 points, but no other player on Kansas' team got into double digits. This loss ends their eight-game winning, but they are still sitting at 9-2, which is excellent. They will have to build up their streak again starting with their game against the Kent State Golden Flashes (8-3) on the 30th. Tickets are available for this promising game for $24.
12/16/14 - The Jayhawks go for their eighth win in a row on Saturday, as they face off with the Lafayette Leopards. Kansas narrowly defeated no. 13 Utah last weekend, 63-60, after leading by 18 points at halftime. The Utes did not give in, cutting the lead to single digits with 14 minutes left in the second half on a three by Brandon Taylor. Utah took the lead with 4:39 left in the game, 55-53, but Kansas Jayhawks basketball would not be denied. Frank Mason III tied the game with a pair of free throws, and Kansas retook the lead for good on a jumper by Perry Ellis. The Jayhawks host Lafayette at the Allen Fieldhouse on Dec. 20, where they will try to improve to 4-0 this year. Razorgator is your source for great prices on tickets for the game, with seats starting at just $57!
12/9/14 - Kansas Jayhawks basketball looked to be in dire straits versus Florida on Friday night, trailing the Gators by 15 points at halftime. Following the break, UK sophomore Wayne Selden Jr. keyed a big run his team, sparking the Jayhawks to a 47-point second half en route to a six-point victory. Kansas improved to a 6-1 record on the season with the win, moving to a perfect 3-0 at home and climbing one spot to no. 10 in the AP national rankings. Freshman forward Cliff Alexander came off the bench to chip in 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Jayhawks, who will face the Big East-leading Georgetown Hoyas on Wednesday. Razorgator is your ticket in the door, with great seats still available starting at just $23!
12/3/14 - It’s shaping up to be another great season for Kansas Jayhawks basketball! The Jayhawks look for their fifth win in a row Friday night versus the Florida Gators, after knocking off #20 Michigan State 61-56 on Sunday. Following a loss to top-ranked Kentucky in their second game of the season, Kansas has rattled off four straight victories by an average margin of nearly 16 points, led by junior forward Perry Ellis’ 15 points and 7 rebounds per game. The Jayhawks will look to the Allen Field House faithful for support as they try to remain undefeated at home, and you can be a part of all the action and excitement! Tickets are still available from Razorgator starting at $85, but hurry because they won’t last long!
11/25/14 - After suffering a crushing defeat at the hands of the #1 Kentucky Wildcats, your Jayhawks are looking to regroup and refocus for the remainder of their non conference slate. For Coach Bill Self and the Jayhawks, the goal is always the same: to capture the Big 12 title and to make it to the Final Four. With upcoming home contests against ranked opponents such as #8 Florida and #25 Utah, opportunities abound for the Jayhawks to redeem themselves against quality non conference opponents. Come out to the hallowed grounds of iconic Allen Field House to cheer on the Jayhawks to victory. Razorgator has the very best selection of tickets at the best prices. With seats starting at just $24 for upcoming contests, there is no better time than now to support Kansas Jayhawks Basketball live and in person.
11/20/14 - The #5 Kansas Jayhawks won their 42nd straight season debut at Allen Fieldhouse last Friday, defeating the UC-Santa Barbara Gauchos 69-59. Devonte’ Graham led the way with 14 points, Perry Ellis had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Frank Mason III contributed 12 points in the win. The Jayhawks struggled with their shooting and ball handling through parts of the game, but managed to put away the pesky Gauchos with a 14-4 run late in the second half. Many challenges loom for the Jayhawks this season, with no fewer than 8 games scheduled against teams ranked in the top 25. Current top 25 foes include powerhouses Kentucky and Florida, and Big 12 rivals Iowa State, Oklahoma and Texas. The Kansas Jayhawks basketball program is steeped in history and excellence. Buy your tickets today to be a part of it all!
11/11/14 - One of the better teams in college basketball over the years has been the Kansas Jayhawks. Their potent offense, particularly behind the 3-point line, was stellar last season. They ended up going 25-10 last season, and were first in the Big 12 conference. They will be looking to have similar success this season, which is certainly feasible for the 5th ranked team in the nation. Their leading scorer last season, Andrew Wiggins, moved on to the big leagues this year. They will need more players to step up in place of his absence, and this Jayhawks team is more than willing to accept the challenge. Their first game of the season takes place against UC Santa Barbara on Friday November 15, 2014. The Jayhawks are expected to come out with the win, but they will need to keep up their guard to prevent the upset from taking place. Tickets for the game are available now, which start out at $62.
2/7/14 – Before losing to No.25 Texas Saturday, the Jayhawks had penned seven straight wins, five of which were against Top 25 teams - No.25 Kansas State, No.8 Iowa State (twice), No.9 Oklahoma State, No. 24 Baylor. Currently leading the Big 12 standings, the 17-5 Kansas Jayhawks have their sights set on their tenth straight Conference title! The Jayhawks tough schedule should prove beneficial come March; their experience under pressure and against elite programs will give them an advantage over teams who played an easy-breezy non-conference schedule and compete in a mid-major. 7-foot Center Joel Embiid has emerged as a potential No.1 draft pick; but the 19-year old from Cameroon has expressed interest in staying in Lawrence. Will the final five games of the 2014 season be Jayhawks fans last chance to see Embiid and Parker at Allen Field House? Let’s hope not, but why miss it?! Kansas Jayhawks tickets (5 games) are averaging $206 to close the regular season.
1/3/14 - The Kansas Jayhawks are known as one of the most skilled teams in the nation, but the team took off to a slow start against a punishing nonconference schedule that left them with a 9-3 record. The Jayhawks have grounded their footing and began to turn their season around by crushing Toledo’s 7 game win streak last Monday, ending 2013 on a high note, with a convincing 93-83 victory at Allen Fieldhouse. KU handed the Rockets their first loss of the season, on the backs of three 20-point scorers: Tharpe, Ellis, and freshman prodigy Andrew Wiggins (his 11th 20-plus game of the year). Kansas will finish off non-conference play when they host San Diego State on January 5 for $118 to start, compared to much cheaper tickets when they commence Big 12 Conference play Jan 8 at Oklahoma for a meager $8. Kansas vs. Kansas State rivalry tickets in Lawrence start at a massive $185, the most expensive get-in of the year. KU is still the team to beat this year, gunning for their 10th Big 12 title, and possibly the national championship, as the amount of youthful talent on their team is primed to explode in 2014, so lock-in your Kansas Jayhawks tickets now!
10/28/13 - Bill Self and the monarchs of the Big 12 have earned nine consecutive conference titles, two Final 4s, and a NCAA national title in his last 11 years as coach. Last year, KU was eliminated in the Sweet 16 by Michigan State, but Self will look for their 10th straight Big 12 title to continue the longest current streak of winning seasons in the league and complement one of the oldest and most renowned programs in college basketball. After all, KU’s first coach was the legendary James Naismith, inventor of basketball.
Kansas Jayhawks Basketball 2014-2015 Season
Bill Self admitted that KU will face the most daunting schedule they’ve ever played: with the likes of Duke
, New Mexico
and San Diego State
, the Jayhawks have a tough road to the NCAA Tournament
. KU will open their most-hyped season yet at home against Louisiana-Monroe
(Nov 8) and next face Duke
(Nov 12) for the 3rd annual Champions Classic
. They are also participating in the Battle 4 Atlantis (with Villanova
, Wake Forest
and more) at Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Three of the Jayhawks games made our list of top non-conference matchups
Self is known as one of the best recruiters in basketball, and has brought a number of gems back to Allen Field House to replace a whopping five starters from last year’s squad, but none so awaited with frenzied anticipated as Andrew Wiggins. Distinguished as the most prized and heavily-touted incoming freshman, the unanimous #1 2013 recruit has already been dubbed the best player in college basketball, and is the first freshman to ever be selected into the Preseason All-Big 12 Team. With all of his media hype surfacing prior to any regular season play, there is some contention from around the nation, including rivals Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart. Along for the wild ride this season is returning sophomore power forward Perry Ellis and notable newcomers Wayne Selden and 7-footer Joel Embiid.