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CAMPUS CORNER ESPN’s Big Monday likes KU, K-State

  • The Kansas City Star
  • Published Wednesday, August 7, 2013, at 11:21 a.m.
  • Updated Thursday, August 8, 2013, at 12:34 a.m.

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Big 12 Big Monday schedule on ESPN

DateTeams
Jan. 13Kansas at Iowa State
Jan. 20Baylor at Kansas
Jan. 27Oklahoma State at Oklahoma
Feb. 3Iowa State at Oklahoma State
Feb. 10Kansas at Kansas State
Feb. 17Oklahoma State at Baylor
Feb. 24Oklahoma at Kansas
March 3Kansas State at Oklahoma State

• Jan. 13 Kansas at Iowa State

• Jan. 20 Baylor at Kansas

• Jan. 27 Oklahoma State at Oklahoma

• Feb. 3 Iowa State at Oklahoma State

• Feb. 10 Kansas at Kansas State

• Feb. 17 Oklahoma State at Baylor

• Feb. 24 Oklahoma at Kansas

• March 3 Kansas State at Oklahoma State

All games tip at 8 p.m. One of the league’s preseason consensus top three — Kansas, Oklahoma State and Baylor — appear each week.

The Sunflower State schools will get plenty of Big Monday basketball exposure this season.

Kansas is scheduled to make four appearances and Kansas State two in the lineup that was released by the Big 12 on Wednesday.

Kansas opens the schedule against Iowa State on Jan. 13, a matchup that produced a controversial regulation finish that wound up getting two officials suspended. The Jayhawks won the game in overtime.

Kansas also plays the next Monday at home against Baylor. The Jayhawks have won 20 straight Big Monday home games, 16 under coach Bill Self.

Kansas State plays host to the Jayhawks on Feb. 10, and the Wildcats close out the schedule on March 3 at Oklahoma State. KU’s other game is Feb. 24 against Oklahoma.

The Sunflower Showdown receives a Big Monday exposure for the fifth straight year. For the first time an ACC game will be the lead-in to the Big 12, replacing the Big East.

UMKC to visit champs

UMKC will play some formidable road games this season, including against national champion Louisville, where new Kangaroos coach Kareem Richardson was an assistant last year; Creighton; and Iowa State.

Most of the Kangaroos’ home games will be played in Municipal Auditorium. The first game will be a home exhibition against Rockhurst on Nov. 1. According to UMKC, which joins the WAC this year, new season-ticket sales have risen 180 percent over last year.

| Big Monday and UMKC nonconference schedules, B6

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