Kansas coach Charlie Weis is tweaking a couple of routines heading into the Jayhawks’ game against No. 25 Texas Tech this weekend.
The Big 12 season is halfway done, with every team having played at least four games, and this Saturday shapes up as a big one for teams across the conference.
TCU has made a habit of beating up on Big 12 teams over the years. It’s one of the reasons that the program was invited to join the league in the first place.
Jacob House and Scott Arthur had two hits and three RBIs apiece, leading two-time defending champion Texas A&M to a 10-4 victory over Kansas in the Big 12 tournament on Wednesday.
Every Big 12 team has areas that need to be addressed before the players depart for the summer. It’s no surprise that quarterback tops many lists.
Alexia Standish scored 25 points, and Texas A&M pulled away in the second half to handle Kansas 78-63 on Thursday night.
Kansas Jayhawks forward Thomas Robinson has been voted the best player in the Big 12 by league coaches.
Elijah Johnson scored 21 points to help No. 4 Kansas fight off a late run by Texas A&M for a 66-58 victory Wednesday night.
Baylor lost 68-54 on Wednesday night, its second lopsided loss in just more than three weeks against the seventh-ranked Jayhawks.
Carolyn Davis scored 34 points to lead Kansas to a 62-43 win over No. 21 Texas Tech on Wednesday night.
The Jayhawks managed to grind out a 64-54 victory over Texas A&M, behind Thomas Robinson’s 18 points and 17 points from Tyshawn Taylor.
Thomas Robinson had 27 points, Tyshawn Taylor had 28 points, and the Jayhawks rolled to a 92-74 victory, ending Baylor’s perfect start.
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