For the last dozen years, Kansas basketball has dominated the Big 12. They’ve been crowned conference champs each of those years and are hoping to tie a NCAA record 13 consecutive conference titles this year. That record is held by the UCLA Bruins from 1967-1979.
And while the Kansas squad will be first to tell you that they underperformed last year, losing in the Elite 8 to Villanova, they’ll also be first to tell you that their new Big XII championship rings are super-duper dope.
— Kansas Basketball (@KUHoops) September 23, 2016
The upcoming season looks good for the Jayhawks and their chances of making it a bakers dozen of conference championships are high. Both Josh Jackson, a 6-foot-7 freshman combo-guard, and Devonte Grahm, a junior who had a breakout season last year under coach Bill Self, are expected to be key contributors.
Our top 3 prospects in the Big 12
1. Josh Jackson
2. Jarrett Allen
3. Devonte Graham
— DraftExpressContent (@DXContent) September 22, 2016
Kansas opens its season against Indiana on November 1st and plays Duke in Madison Square Garden on Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. Both games will be aired on ESPN.