Kansas has one of the most storied dynasties in college basketball. They've been nearly unbeatable in the past decade, especially at home, where it's common for them to go undefeated over the course of a year.
I was looking back at Iowa State's games against Kansas over the past 15-20 years. Most of them are not pretty. But a select few of them are, and they are some of my favorite games in Cyclone history.
I could list all the great games, but I won't spoil the fun. Please share your favorite memory from a game against Kansas.
I'll go first: Kantrail Horton hitting an ungodly long three-pointer he should not have taken (if you watched the game you'll remember what I'm talking about) in #14 Iowa State's 79-77 upset win of #5 Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse on Feb. 5, 2001.
That website lets you browse through a game-by-game history of ISU-KU match-ups. At one point, from 1999 to 2001, ISU won five games in a row (!) against Kansas. I don't know this for a fact but there is no way any other team has done that in the past two decades.
I was there that day, so it's obviously my favorite moment.
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