Bet on the Kansas Jayhawks This March Madness 2022: Why Pick Them for Your Office Pool

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Tyrone Black
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Betting on the Jayhawks this March Madness 2022 or deciding whether you should select them for your office pool, check out these important stats below courtesy of Gambling911.com before you do.  Also don't forget to claim your FREE NO DEPOSIT $20 from our friends at BetAdrianBetting accounts can be anonymous and available from anywhere in the US and beyond.


Profit or Loss Betting Kansas Against The Spread

This assumes you bet Gonzaga in every game (recommended to do so at various books as not to result in reduced limits) - Monthly winning percentage


February (March 4) - 50%

January - 30%

November/December - 55%


February/March - 60%

How Good is Kansas

Ochai Agbaji scored 22 points, Harris showed some moxie by blocking Mike Miles' shot in the final seconds. and the sixth-ranked Jayhawks avenged their loss to the Horned Frogs two days earlier with a 72-68 victory that forged a tie with Baylor atop the Big 12 heading into their regular-season finales.

Christian Braun was 4 for 4 from the field and added 12 points, Harris scored 11 and David McCormack finished with 10 for the Jayhawks (24-6, 13-4), who will face No. 21 Texas on Saturday just hours before the third-ranked Bears face Iowa State to decide the conference title and the No. 1 seed in next week's Big 12 Tournament.

“That’s a hard team for us because they’re so athletic,” Self said, “and it negates us in a lot of ways. They can switch and they’re interchangeable. It’s a hard matchup for us.”

Why You Should Bet Kansas This March Madness

Ahead of the Baylor matchup, the Jayhawks had covered in five of their last seven games.

The Jayhawks have not lost two straight games this season so they are very fair game on the moneyline coming off a loss if the price is right. In fact, after a loss they are 27-4 Straight Up going back to the start of the 2017 season.

As a home team, Kansas has only lost six games out of 79 (92.4% win percentage) since 2017.

Why You Should Avoid Betting Kansas This March Madness

While they have been playing up to expectations once again, Kansas did go limp from a period between Mid-January to the first of February with four straight failed covers.  Granted they won three of those.  Last season, they lost badly to USC in the NCAA Tournament.  They went 1-2 ATS in the Playoffs.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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