Kansas Jayhawks: Five Things to Expect on Senior Night

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Feb 14, 2015; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks cheerleaders perform before the game against the Baylor Bears at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas won the game 74-64. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The Jayhawks have won on their past 30 Senior Nights (and 31 home finales, as they did not have a senior in the 2006-07 campaign), which is pretty remarkable.

There is no reason to think it won’t happen again tonight.

Kansas should have defeated West Virginia on the road, blowing a late lead and a layup at the buzzer that would have been one of the plays of the year in the Big 12.

Perry Ellis, who missed that fateful layup, is on fire in three games since, averaging 25 points and 9.7 rebounds per game.

Allen Fieldhouse will play a big role in the projected victory as well. If so, it will be the sixth time in 12 years the Jayhawks have been undefeated during the season in the historic venue.

The crowd should be rocking as a victory means an outright conference championship for the Jayhawks — their 11th in a row.

A share of the title has already been wrapped up, but that won’t be enough for a crowd that will look to shake the building one last time in 2015.

Before the game ends however, another thing you can be sure of is the fact Ellis will dunk the ball this time if he gets a chance.

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