For the second season in a row, Kansas basketball is playing one of the most difficult schedules in the nation. It shows in the Jayhawks’ record, both in terms of wins and losses. The quality of Kansas’ opponents is a good thing for the Jayhawks, too.
Kansas basketball has six quadrant one victories so far this season, which leads the NCAA. Some of their quality wins include East Tennessee State, BYU on a neutral court, Dayton on a neutral court, Colorado, Stanford on the road, West Virginia, and Iowa State on the road.
Torvik gives Kansas a 6-3 record in quality games, with losses coming to Duke on a neutral court, Villanova on the road, and Baylor at home.