As the college basketball season winds down and March Madness approaches, the No. 3 Kansas Jayhawks are closing in on yet another Big 12 title. This is an incredible feat, as the Jayhawks have now won a record 14 consecutive regular season championships.
The Jayhawks have been a powerhouse in the Big 12 for years, and this season has been no different. Led by senior guard Devon Dotson and freshman forward Jalen Wilson, the Jayhawks have been dominant on both ends of the court. On the offensive end, the Jayhawks have been able to score in bunches, averaging 80.3 points per game, good for fourth in the Big 12. On the defensive end, the Jayhawks have been just as impressive, holding opponents to just 64.3 points per game, good for second in the conference.
The Jayhawks have also been incredibly consistent throughout the season. Despite losing to Baylor and Oklahoma early in the season, the Jayhawks have been able to bounce back and win the majority of their games. In addition, the Jayhawks have been able to beat some of the top teams in the Big 12, including Texas Tech, Iowa State, and Oklahoma State.
The Jayhawks have also been able to take advantage of their home court advantage. The Jayhawks have gone 13-1 at home this season, and have won their last 11 home games. This has been a huge factor in their success, as the Jayhawks have been able to rely on their home crowd to help them get through tough games.
The Jayhawks have been a model of consistency throughout the season, and their success is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the coaching staff and players. With the Big 12 tournament approaching, the Jayhawks are looking to continue their success and add another Big 12 title to their already impressive list of accomplishments.