Kentucky will have an opportunity to hand Kansas its worst-ever losing streak under Bill Self

On Saturday night at the Rupp Arena, Kentucky and No. 9 Kansas against each other.

It will be the Bluebloods’ fourth clash in five seasons and the fifth and – for now – final meeting between the two in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. The clash always has its place, but a few factors will come into play once the time comes for the tip this weekend in Lexington.

First off, the defending champion is looking for revenge after the Wildcats stormed into Phog Allen Fieldhouse last season and walked away with an 80-62 win. Former Cat Keion Brooks Jr. poured in 27 points while Oscar Tshiebwe added a double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds to the win.


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