It’s finally March Madness time, and everyone’s wondering when Villanova will play Kansas. Here’s a quick breakdown of when they’ll face off.
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The next time Villanova and Kansas will play each other will be on December 21st, 2019. This will be the first time the two teams will play each other since 1985.
On December 21st, the Villanova Wildcats will take on the Kansas Jayhawks. The game is set to tip off at 8:00 pm EST and will be broadcast on ESPN.
OnDecember 31st, the Villanova Wildcatswill travel to Lawrence, Kansas to take on the Jayhawks. This will be the first time these two teams have met since December 15th, 2018, when Kansas defeated Villanova in the final of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.
How to Watch
The Wildcats take on the Jayhawks at 8:30 p.m. EST on December 21st, 2019. The game will be broadcast on ESPN. You can also catch the game online through the WatchESPN app or on the ESPN website.
ESPN and CBS will both be televising the game. Check your local listings for the channel in your area. You can also stream the game live online at NCAA.com.
There are a number of ways to watch the Villanova vs. Kansas game online. You can stream the game through a number of different platforms, including ESPN, CBS Sports, and NBC Sports. You can also find a number of live stream options on websites like Reddit and YouTube.
The Jayhawks and the Wildcats have met four times in the NCAA tournament, with each team winning twice. The first meeting was in 1988, when Danny Manning led Kansas to a 63-59 victory en route to the Jayhawks’ first national championship. The most recent meeting came in 2016, when Villanova prevailed, 64-59, on its way to the title.
The 2016 game between Villanova and Kansas was played on December 21, 2016, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The game was part of the Jimmy V Classic, and it was the first meeting between the two schools since 2008. Villanova won the game 77-59.
In November 2015, the Jayhawks beat the Wildcats 63-59 in a victory that was mired by multiple lead changes and sloppiness on both teams’ parts. Neither team held more than a six point lead during the game, with the Jayhawks ultimately winning by four.