Texas (11-13) travels to Kansas (20-4) Saturday at 9:00ET. College basketball odds are located at Top Bet sportsbook.
Texas welcomed back Myck Kabongo to the lineup in the Longhorns last game vs. Iowa State and was an emotional boost that led to a 89-86 overtime victory for Texas vs. the Cyclones. Will the return of Kabongo pay dividends vs Kansas tonight? Texas is 11-13 SU and 12-10 ATS for the season. They are still looking for their first win on the road this year, having gone 0-7. They are only slightly better in conference action, having posted a 8-3 mark. Texas has lost two of their last three and is only 3-7 overall. They have covered in three of their last four games, as well as six of their last eight.
The Kansas Jayhawks finally got back on the right track Monday night when they squared off with their rivals the Kansas State Wildcats. The Jayhawks were riding a 3 game losing streak into the contest with Kansas State but were able to continue their dominance over their rival in route to an 83-62 victory. Kansas better take this game seriously and should not be looking ahead to their rematch game against Oklahoma State on Wednesday as the Longhorns gave them everything they could handle when they squared off in Austin. Kansas put a halt to a three game losing streak by drubbing Kansas State to improve to 20-4 SU and 10-13 ATS. They only have one loss at home, having gone 12-1 this year. Kansas is also 8-3 in conference play. Over their last ten, they are 7-3 overall and 4-6 against the spread.
Kansas is a 13 ½ point favorite. Looks they have righted what was wrong with their three game losing streak. To take Kansas -13 ½ Click Here.