Top-Ranked Jayhawks Still Have Long March Ahead Towards Championship Glory

The No. 1-ranked Kansas Jayhawks (26-4) have won 10 straight games and have secured the Big-12 regular season championship. Led by Perry Ellis, Frank Mason III, and Wayne Selden, the Jayhawks are versatile and prove to be a tough matchup for any team. Kansas has just one regular season game remaining, a tilt against No. 21-ranked Iowa State on March 6, before embarking on its quest for a Big-12 Tournament and NCAA Tournament championship. Kansas’ matchup against Iowa State is ‘Senior Day’ for the Jayhawks, so expect an emotional pre-game ceremony before these two Big-12 foes tussle for bragging rights.

After facing Iowa State, Kansas will travel to the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri for the Phillips 66 Big 12 tournament. By virtue of winning the regular season championship, Kansas earned a first round bye and will play the Kansas State-Oklahoma State winner on March 10. The Semi-Finals and Finals will occur March 11 and March 12, respectively,

After the Big 12 tournament, Kansas will prepare for a long trek through the NCAA Tournament. Pending a major upset, Kansas will likely be the overall No. 1 seed and start its championship quest in either Oklahoma City or St. Louis. If Kansas is able to win its side of the bracket, it will head to the Final Four, which will be held at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Fans traveling to these games can find great deal and locations for NRG Stadium parking.

Ticket information for Kansas’ upcoming games is presented below.

3/6/16 Iowa State Cyclones @ Kansas Jayhawks | Get-in: $264

Iowa State is only one of three Big 12 teams to hand Kansas a loss. On January 26th, Iowa State upended Kansas, 85-72. Iowa State went on a 24-7 run during the second half to put away the Jayhawks. Iowa State shot 9-of-21 from 3-point territory in the win, so expect tougher perimeter defense from Kansas. Kansas basketball tickets on Razorgator.com vs. Iowa State start at $264.

3/10/16 TBD vs. Kansas Jayhawks (Session #2) | Get-in: $105

The Kansas Jayhawks will play either Oklahoma State or Kansas State in Round 2 of the Big 12 Tournament. Kansas split the season series against Oklahoma State, but won both games against Kansas State. Kansas figures to be a big favorite against either opponent.

3/11/16 Big 12 Tournament Semi-Finals | Get-in: $189

Depending upon the outcome of its first Big 12 tournament contest, Kansas may play in the Semi-Finals. It’s too early to predict an opponent, but expect a tough game, regardless.

3/12/16 Big 12 Tournament Finals | Get-in: $122

The Big 12 Tournament Finals will occur on Saturday, March 12. Kansas is the odds-on favorite to reach this game, so fans expecting to see the Jayhawks should buy their tickets now.

4/2/16 NCAA Tournament: Final Four (Semi-Finals) | Get-in: $166

The Semi-Finals of the Final Four will commence on April 2 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. If Kansas makes the Final Four, it will likely have somewhat of a home court advantage by virtue of location. Fans expecting to see the Jayhawks play in this game should buy tickets soon.

4/4/16 NCAA Tournament: Final Four (Finals) | Get-in: $152
The National Championship game will commence on April 4 at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Tickets for the NCAA Tournament Final Four (Finals) are priced at reasonable levels. According to Razorgator, the get-in price for Final Four NCAA Tournament tickets is just $152.