KANSAS Odds: Schedule, Matchups, & Stats

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March 23, 2024

Kansas Schedule

Date Opp Close Result ATS/OU
Nov 6, 2023 North Carolina Central -30 / 139.5 Won 99-56 Won / Over
Nov 10, 2023 Manhattan -35.5 / 143 Won 99-61 Won / Over
Nov 14, 2023 @Kentucky -7 / 147.5 Won 89-84 Lost / Over
Nov 20, 2023 @Chaminade -42.5 / 152.5 Won 83-56 Lost / Under
Nov 21, 2023 @Marquette -4 / 157 Lost 59-73 Lost / Under
Nov 22, 2023 Tennessee -1.5 / 141.5 Won 69-60 Won / Under
Nov 28, 2023 Eastern Illinois -38.5 / 142.5 Won 71-63 Lost / Under
Dec 1, 2023 Connecticut -3 / 148 Won 69-65 Won / Under
Dec 5, 2023 Kansas City -26 / 140 Won 88-69 Lost / Over
Dec 9, 2023 Missouri -13.5 / 147 Won 73-64 Lost / Under
Dec 16, 2023 @Indiana -7 / 147 Won 75-71 Lost / Under
Dec 22, 2023 Yale -15.5 / 142.5 Won 75-60 Lost / Under
Dec 30, 2023 @Wichita State -13.5 / 146.5 Won 86-67 Won / Over
Jan 6, 2024 TCU -9 / 153 Won 83-81 Lost / Over
Jan 10, 2024 @UCF -7 / 145.5 Lost 60-65 Lost / Under
Jan 13, 2024 Oklahoma -6.5 / 141.5 Won 78-66 Won / Over
Jan 16, 2024 @Oklahoma State -7.5 / 140 Won 90-66 Won / Over
Jan 20, 2024 @West Virginia -10 / 148.5 Lost 85-91 Lost / Over
Jan 22, 2024 Cincinnati -7.5 / 147.5 Won 74-69 Lost / Under
Jan 27, 2024 @Iowa State +4.5 / 141.5 Lost 75-79 Won / Over
Jan 30, 2024 Oklahoma State -15 / 142.5 Won 83-54 Won / Under
Feb 3, 2024 Houston +1 / 135 Won 78-65 Won / Over
Feb 5, 2024 @Kansas State -4 / 145.5 Lost 70-75 Lost / Under
Feb 10, 2024 Baylor -6 / 148.5 Won 64-61 Lost / Under
Feb 12, 2024 @Texas Tech +3.5 / 142.5 Lost 50-79 Lost / Under
Feb 17, 2024 @Oklahoma -3 / 143 Won 67-57 Won / Under
Feb 24, 2024 Texas -7 / 145.5 Won 86-67 Won / Over
Feb 27, 2024 BYU -8 / 155.5 Lost 68-76 Lost / Under
Mar 2, 2024 @Baylor +4.5 / 144 Lost 74-82 Lost / Over
Mar 5, 2024 Kansas State -12.5 / 142.5 Won 90-68 Won / Over
Mar 9, 2024 @Houston +7.5 / 139.5 Lost 46-76 Lost / Under
Mar 13, 2024 Cincinnati +2.5 / 139 Lost 52-72 Lost / Under
Mar 21, 2024 Samford -7.5 / 153 Won 93-89 Lost / Over
Mar 23, 2024 Gonzaga +4.5 / 153.5 Lost 68-89 Lost / Over

Betting on the Kansas Jayhawks

The Kansas Jayhawks have served as Big 12 royalty since the mid-80s. As a result, they’re one of the hottest tickets at the betting window each season.

Kansas Jayhawks Men’s Basketball History

Over the course of almost 50 years, beginning in 1907 and ending in 1956, Phog Allen coached the Jayhawks in two separate tenures.

He amassed 590 wins for the Jayhawks and had such an impact on the program – including one national title – that the school opened an arena in 1955 and named it Allen Fieldhouse.

His last full season as the head coach was the first full season the team played in the arena named after him.

The season after Allen retired, Kansas lost in the national title game despite having the late-great Wilt Chamberlain leading the charge.

After Allen’s tenure, the Jayhawks’ experienced some turbulence until the 1980s.

Hall of Famer Larry Brown coached Kansas to its second ever national championship victory in 1988, on the back of Danny Manning, despite the team entering the NCAA Tournament as a 6-seed.

After that season, Brown left for the NBA, and Roy Williams took over. While Williams couldn’t capture the elusive NCAA title, he cemented the Jayhawks’ status as a blue-blood.

Kansas made the NCAA Tournament in each of Williams’ 15 seasons except his first, and it entered as a 4-seed or better in 12 of his 15 years, thanks in part to players like Paul Pierce.

Bill Self took control of the program in 2003 and picked up where Williams left off. He added a national championship to his belt in 2008 with a team of Brandon Rush, Mario Chalmers, and a plethora of other NBA talent.

Since then, Self and the Jayhawks have remained a force in the college game. There are plenty of current NBA players representing Kansas as well, including Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid.

Betting on the Jayhawks in Kansas

Sports betting is now legal in the Sunflower State!

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Governor Laura Kelly signed sports betting into law in May of 2022, and the state launched on Sept. 8, 2022.

With Jayhawks’ fans lucky enough to be able to place wagers on their home-state powerhouse, here’s what they might see on the board:

·        Kansas -2.5

·        Baylor +2.5

Here, Kansas is favored by 2.5 points over the reigning national champs. If Kansas wins by 3 or more points, they cover the spread and a bet on the Jayhawks cashes.

If Kansas wins by fewer than 3, or if they lose to Baylor, a spread bet on Kansas settles as a loss.