Kansas Jayhawks to start home-and-home series with Gonzaga in 2022

Gonzaga and Kansas agree to home and home series starting in Dec. 2022
Gonzaga's Joel Ayayi (11) is all alone at the rim against Santa Clara.
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SPOKANE, Wash. – Just hours after it was revealed that Gonzaga and the Texas Longhorns agreed to a home and home series starting in Austin in 2020, the Kansas Jayhawks are now reportedly agreeing to the same deal with the Bulldogs starting in 2022.

It’s a few seasons out, but according to Jim Meehan of the Spokesman Review, the Zags will start the series in Allen Fieldhouse in Dec. 2022. The Jayhawks would come to Spokane the following season, in 2023.

The two teams have only ever met one time, and the Jayhawks won 80-66 on Nov. 13, 1988 at the Allen Fieldhouse.

Meehan also reported Gonzaga and Kansas “rank one-two nationally in winning percentage over the last decade. The Zags are first with a 308-51 record (85.8%) with the Jayhawks second at 299-66 (81.9%).”

Find out more about this season’s schedule (2020-21): https://www.kxly.com/gonzaga-and-texas-longhorns-schedule-home-and-home-matchups-starting-in-austin-this-fall/