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How to watch, listen, and stream Stanford Men’s Basketball vs. 4 Kansas Jayhawks

The Cardinal look to knock off one of the top teams in the nation.

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Stanford Cardinal, 6-2 at #4 Kansas Jayhawks 6-1, 3-0 Home

How to Watch:

Start Time: Saturday, December 3, 12:30 p.m. PST

Location: Allen Fieldhouse — Lawrence, Kansas

Television: ESPN

Stream: Watch ESPN

Radio: Tune In

From Stanford Athletics’ game preview, “SATURDAY SHOWDOWN IN LAWRENCE

“During his standout collegiate career at Kansas, Jerod Haase was known for his energy and passion on the court, diving for loose balls and taking charges, whatever he could do to help his team win. During his time with the Jayhawks, the "floor burns" stat was created in his honor and is still tracked by the program today.”

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From: “Kansas Jayhawks Basketball vs Stanford Cardinal Preview” at Rock Chalk Talk

“One thing Stanford does have going for it is its height, as the Cardinal can trot out a front line of major contributors standing 7-0, 6-9, 6-9, and 6-8. That’s a big factor as to why Stanford’s defense is much better than its offense. Ranking 23rd in adjusted efficiency, teams are shooting just 44.6 percent on twos and 28 percent on threes against the Cardinal.”

From “Bill Self previews Stanford” KUathletics.com:

“ I think they're good. They lost last night to St. Mary's and St. Mary's could beat anybody, any time, anywhere. Randy (Bennett, head coach) has one of his best teams. But Jerod (Haase, Stanford head coach) has a really good team. They've got a great player inside (Reid Travis). Certainly, they haven't scored a lot of points if you look at their stats. They're averaging about 66 or 67 a game, but a lot of that is due to the pace that he's playing, which is a great pace for them.”

From Kansas to host Stanford Saturday afternoon in men’s hoops”at KUAthletics.com

“In its three home games this season, No. 4/5 Kansas has won by an average of 26.3 points. KU is looking to add to the nation's active home court winning streak of 45 games, which includes 43 in Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks average 85.1 points per game and have a +16.9 scoring margin.”