The Wildcats look to make it two in a row against undefeated teams when they host the No. 5 Bears Tuesday night.
With No. 6 Missouri's 75-59 loss at No. 22 Kansas State on Saturday, there are only three undefeated teams left in the NCAA.
And if the Wildcats can keep their hot streak at home going, there will be two after Tuesday night, when they host the 15-0 Baylor Bears, ranked No. 5 in the country.
But while the Tigers were a guard-dominated team who wanted to push the ball, the Bears are powered by one of the deepest and most talented front-courts in the country, which features two future NBA lottery picks -- 6'11 sophomore Perry Jones III and 6'9 freshman Quincy Miller.
Defending the two underclassmen will be a tough test for Kansas State's interior due of Jordan Henriquez and Jamar Samuels, who are used to having the same type of physical advantage they had against Missouri.
On the other side of the ball, Baylor's length in their 1-3-1 zone will challenge the Wildcats shooting and perimeter passing, as they have four athletic 6'9+ players capable of patrolling the baseline.
The 7:00 PM game will be broadcast regionally on Fox Sports Kansas City.