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21-6, 1st in Big 12

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma freshman Trae Young, the national leader in scoring at 29 PPG, is shooting 4 for 27 from 3-point range in the Sooners' past three games, all losses. Young had the attention of Allen Fieldhouse throughout OU warmups. He scored 26 on 7-of-9 shooting in Oklahoma's win last month over Kansas.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Will Oklahoma, which has lost five straight, try to rekindle some of its earlier form by going back to the Hack-a-Dok strategy that helped it beat Kansas 85-80 on Jan. 23? The Sooners intentionally fouled 7-foot Kansas center Udoka Azubuike several times in the win as he shot 1 of 7 from the line. Azubuike has slightly improved his free-throw shooting over the past month. He was at 41 percent before the debacle in Norman; he's now shooting 44.7 percent.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Another Big Monday at tap at Allen Fieldhouse, where No. 8 Kansas faces slumping Oklahoma and star freshman Trae Young tonight. The Jayhawks are also home next Monday against Texas, sandwiched around a visit Saturday to Texas Tech, which will loom extremely large in Kansas' bid to win at least a share of its 14th straight Big 12 title. Coach Bill Self is 24-0 at home on Big Monday.

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13hJeff Borzello

College hoops Power Rankings: Will SEC's depth hurt teams in March?

Eleven SEC teams are within striking distance of the tournament, so what's the problem? They're building their résumés and metrics by beating each other, so the committee might value the league differently when selecting the field.

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Huggins hacked off by 35-2 disparity at FT line

West Virginia coach Bob Huggins was ejected for arguing with officials in the final minute of Saturday's loss at Kansas. Afterward, he revealed the main source of his ire: the disparity in the teams' number of free-throw attempts.

Kansas uses second-half surge in victory (0:59)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Via @ESPNStatsInfo: The +33 edge in free throw attempts for Kansas against West Virginia was its largest-ever against a Big 12 opponent. It went +33 against Emporia State in 1997 and +31 against Oklahoma State last season.

Azubuike: 'We can beat any team in the country' (0:50)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

West Virginia has now blown a double-digit second-half lead to lose in each of its last three games against Kansas.

Self not happy with KU's play in 1st half (0:24)
Kansas students camping outside of Allen Fieldhouse (0:17)

Sean Jackson ESPN 

Jay goes 94 feet with Devonte' Graham and Svi Mykhailiuk tonight 6:15 ET on ESPN.

Self: Harder to win Big 12 this year over previous seasons (1:05)
Williams, Naismith Kid make WVU-Kansas picks (0:43)
Riggle shows love for the Jayhawks (0:48)
Is Kansas the Big 12 favorite? (1:00)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The race for the No. 1 seeds is more wide open now after a few recent upsets. Per BPI, here's where we stand: Virginia 99% Villanova 98% Purdue 71% Michigan State 52% Xavier 32% Duke 29% North Carolina 9% Tennessee 4% Auburn 3% Kansas 2%

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

After beating Ohio State by 23 last night, Penn State has cracked BPI's top 25. The Nittany Lions have a 33% chance to reach the NCAA tournament.

Beware of the Phog's Kansas legacy (10:51)
Kansas holds off Iowa State on the road (1:04)

No. 13 Kansas holds off Iowa State 83-77

Udoka Azubuike scored 19 points, Malik Newman had 17 and 13th-ranked Kansas bounced back from a brutal loss at Baylor by beating Iowa State 83-77 on Tuesday.

Azubuike cannot be stopped (0:23)

Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

TONIGHT HEADLINES: Virginia wouldn't lose a No. 1 seed with a loss at Miami, but would certainly drop from No, 1 overall. Kansas, which shouldn't be a No. 2 seed ahead of Texas Tech, would have to drop with a loss at Iowa State. Michigan State could make the Committee look smart with a loss at Minnesota, however unlikely. Maryland must win at Nebraska to get back in the hunt; Huskers must win to stay there. And don't get me started on Oklahoma as a No. 4. Will cover it all tonight from the debut of the #InfinityBracketBunker.

Team Stats

Points Per Game81.636th
Rebounds Per Game35.5Tied-175th
Assists Per Game17.0Tied-18th
Points Allowed70.7133rd

Tournament History

Final Fours14
Tournament Record103-45
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances46