Baylor Bears

Baylor Bears

Baylor Bears at Kansas State Wildcats

VS February 3, 2020 Bramlage Coliseum
Kansas State Wildcats

Kansas State Wildcats

No. 1 Baylor Bears at Kansas State Wildcats odds

SPREAD
Baylor

-7 -110


-7 -114


-7 -110


-7-110


-7-110


-7
-110

-7 -110


-7-110


Kansas State

+7 -110


+7 -114


-7 -110


+7-106


+7-110


+7
-110

+7 -110


+7 -110


O/U
Over


O 124.5

-110

O 124.5
-113

O 124.5
-110

O 124.5
-108


O 124.5

-110


O 124.5

-109

O 124.5
-110

O 124.5
-109

Under


U 124.5

-110

U 124.5
-115

U 124.5
-110

U 124.5
-108


U 124.5

-110

U 124.5
-112

U 124.5
-110

U 124.5
-112

Moneyline
Baylor


-313


-345


-310


-305


-300


-335


-310


-335

Kansas State


+240


+245


+240


+240


+250


+260


+240


+260

No. 1 Baylor Bears Preview

The Baylor Bears, winners of a school-record 18 consecutive games, pride themselves on being a tough, defensive-minded outfit that has held 12 opponents below 60 points. The trip to Manhattan, Kan., will be the third game in six days for Baylor, which is coming off a 68-52 home win over TCU on Saturday, when the Bears had seven steals and eight blocked shots — six from Freddie Gillespie.

Baylor attacks the glass with a four-guard approach (plus-6.4 rebounding margin) and is led offensively by Jared Butler (15.1 points per game) and MaCio Teague (14.1). Baylor is trying to achieve its first nine-game conference winning streak since starting 10-0 in the 1948 Southwest Conference.

Kansas State Wildcats Preview

Senior guard Xavier Sneed, the Kansas State Wildcats’ leading scorer at 14.4 points per game, has been in a shooting slump, hitting 11 of 42 shots in the past three games, including 4 of 21 from 3-point range. Only he and Cartier Diarra (13.0) average better than 7.2 points for the Wildcats, and they combine to take half of the team’s 3-point attempts, so the game gets difficult when they’re not on target.

Hope comes from the fact they combined for 41 points, with 5-of-9 shooting from beyond the arc, in a home win against then-No. 12 West Virginia on Jan. 18. Kansas State, though, has lost seven of its past nine games, including a 66-57 decision at the Mountaineers on Saturday.