Who Did Kansas Lose to This Year?

We’re taking a look back at the Kansas Jayhawks’ 2019-2020 season to see who they lost to and why.

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2017-2018 Season

Kansas had a great run this year, but they ultimately lost to Villanova in the Final Four. Some people are saying that this was the best team that Kansas has had in a long time. Let’s take a look at their season.

Overall Record

The Jayhawks finished the season with a 27-7 record. They won the Big 12 regular season title for the 13th consecutive year with a 16-2 mark in conference play. The Jayhawks also won their 28th consecutive conference tournament title, defeating TCU in the championship game. Kansas earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, but lost in the second round to Duke.

Conference Record

2017-2018 Season
Conference Record:
14-4 (1st in Big 12)

Losing Streak

Kansas has been on a losing streak lately. They have lost several games in a row and their fans are beginning to worry. Some people are even calling for the coach to be fired. Kansas has a lot of talent, but they have not been able to put it all together lately. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why Kansas has been losing.

Why the losing streak?

There are a few reasons behind Kansas’ recent losing streak. One is that the team has simply been outmatched by its opponents. In the last three games, Kansas has faced teams that are a combined 27-3. Another reason is that the Jayhawks have been plagued by injuries, with key players like Udoka Azubuike and Marcus Garrett sidelined for stretches of the season. Finally, Kansas has also had some bad luck, with close losses turning into blowouts in the second half. Whatever the reasons, it’s clear that Kansas has struggled to find its footing this season.

Season Highlights

Kansas had an excellent season this year, finishing with a record of 33-3. They won the Big 12 conference championship and made it to the Final Four, where they ultimately lost to Michigan State. Here are some of the highlights from Kansas’ incredible season.

Player of the Year

Junior Thomas Robinson was unanimously selected as the Big 12 player of the year by both the coaches and media. He averaged 17.7 points per game and 11.9 rebounds per game.

Coach of the Year

The Jayhawks have been hit hard by injuries this season, but they continue to fight. Head coach Bill Self was named Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and the Big 12 Conference.

Future Outlook

After a disappointing season, the Kansas Jayhawks are looking to improve next year. They have a lot of young talent on the team, and they will be looking to make a run at the NCAA tournament.

New recruits

Kansas will have to replace a lot of starters from last year, but they do have some talented recruits coming in. Here is a look at some of the Jayhawks’ top recruits for the 2020 season:

-5-star PF David McCormack
-4-star PG Bryce Thompson
-4-star SF Tristan Enaruna
-3-star PF Jalen Wilson

Schedule for next season

The Jayhawks’ schedule is set for the upcoming season. They will play six games at home and six on the road. The Jayhawks will open the season against South Dakota State on September 5th. The following week, they will travel to Boulder to take on the Colorado Buffaloes. After a bye week, Kansas will host Central Michigan on September 19th.

The Jayhawks’ Big 12 schedule will begin on October 3rd when they travel to Manhattan to take on the Kansas State Wildcats. The following week, they will host the Oklahoma Sooners. Then, they will have another bye week before resuming their conference schedule with a road game at TCU on October 17th. The Jayhawks will then alternate between home and away games for the rest of their conference schedule.

They will end the season at home against West Virginia on November 28th. Below is the full schedule for next season:

Sept. 5 – South Dakota State
Sept 12 – at Colorado
Sept 19 – Central Michigan
Sept 26 – Bye Week
Oct 3 – at Kansas State*
Oct 10 – Oklahoma*
Oct 17 – at TCU*
Oct 24 – Texas Tech* (Homecoming)
Oct 31 – Iowa State*
Nov 7 – at Oklahoma State*
Nov 14 – Baylor*
Nov 21 – Bye Week
Nov 28 – West Virginia*

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