Nearly every aspect of No. 15 Oklahoma State’s game seemed to jell during an impressive 52-34 win over Texas Tech last week. The next challenge for the Cowboys: lowly Kansas.
The Longhorns are on a roll, with four straight wins that have sent them to a share of the lead in the Big 12. Up next? Kansas, which has lost 25 consecutive league games.
Baylor heads back on the road for the second time this season to face Kansas on Saturday night, a program that has lost 24 straight Big 12 games.
TCU hasn’t lost first three conference games in season in any league since 1997, when Horned Frogs lost first seven Western Athletic Conference games.
Behind the impassioned play of Travis Releford and Jeff Withey, the top-seeded Jayhawks shook themselves out of a first-half slumber and blitzed No. 8 seed North Carolina down the stretch for a 70-58 victory Sunday.
Cory Jefferson had his usual powerful dunks for Baylor. The big forward also showed his long-range touch.
Texas Tech trailed by as many as 41 points before losing 79-42 to No. 4 Kansas on senior night.
Trailing by 34 points with mere minutes left in the second half, Texas guard Myck Kabongo refused to retreat to the bench.
Brittney Griner had 26 points and had 13 rebounds to help No. 1 Baylor rout Kansas 86-45 on Wednesday night.
TCU made its first Big 12 victory a memorable one, and left the fifth-ranked Kansas Jayhawks with their first losing streak in more than seven years.
Chynna Brown scored 20 points Saturday night to help Texas Tech beat No. 23 Kansas 70-63.
Ben McLemore scored 16 points and the Jayhawks stormed back late in the second half from an 11-point deficit — nearly their biggest all season — to stun the Longhorns 64-59 on Saturday for their 15th straight victory.