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2017 Schedule
9-1, 1st in Big 12

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star wing Hamidou Diallo finished with 29 points and nine rebounds -- and it was perhaps the most complete game we've seen from him. If his jumper keeps progressing, the signs of a potential first-round pick this spring are obvious. NBA scouts and executives continue to go to Putnam Science Academy (Connecticut) to watch him in case he skips college for the NBA. Kentucky, Syracuse, Connecticut, Arizona, Kansas and Indiana made his final six.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Not a ton of recruiting news about No. 1 guard Trevon Duval. He's still down to five schools (Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Seton Hall, Baylor), plans to take all his visits in 2017. As far as the overseas option, Duval said "definitely college."

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Kansas cruises to win over Nebraska (0:44)
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Josh Jackson emphasizes team work in win over Nebraska (1:20)
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Graham's sweet move leads to awesome Jackson dunk (0:33)
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Jackson misses dunk after Kansas gets too fancy (0:30)
BPI

Watch: Nebraska at No. 3 Kansas

Indiana took down Kansas in the season opener, but the No. 3 Jayhawks haven't lost since. ESPN's BPI gives KU a 96 percent chance to beat Nebraska at Allen Fieldhouse. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Chris Morris

Bears climb onto NCAA bracket's top line

Joe Lunardi moves unbeaten Baylor up from a No. 2 while Villanova strengthens its No. 1 overall slot with a pair of Big 5 wins. They are joined by Kansas and Duke. Bracketology

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Kansas tops UMKC to get Self 600th win (1:00)
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Mykhailiuk's dunk ignites Kansas bench, crowd (0:32)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

From ESPN Stats and Info: this is the first time since 1994 that Duke, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and UCLA are all ranked in the AP top 10.

Kansas rising in Power Rankings

The Jayhawks' 89-74 win over Stanford was their seventh straight win. Several of our top teams have lost recently. How high did KU rise? Power Rankings

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6dJohn Gasaway

Why the Big 12 is stronger than the ACC

The Big 12 is powerful at the top (Kansas, Baylor) and could conceivably get all 10 teams into the NCAA tournament while the ACC's weakest teams hurt its depth.

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Kansas keeps rolling, knocks off Stanford (0:42)
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Breakdown of Kansas's 89-74 win over Stanford (2:05)
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Frank Mason's layup is so ridiculous it even impresses Frank Mason (0:37)
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Kansas leads behind Graham's hot start

Devonte' Graham took eight shots in the first half, all of which were 3-pointers and the Kansas guard canned five of them. The 4th-ranked Jayhawks lead Stanford 43-35.

Team Stats

Points Per Game87.813th
Rebounds Per Game41.2Tied-31st
Assists Per Game18.813th
Points Allowed68.2113th

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Tournament History

Final Fours14
Tournament Record100-44
Championship Seasons1952, 1988, 2008
Tournament Appearances45