WACO, Texas (AP) -- Baylor is getting a top-10 rematch against Kansas.
For the sixth-ranked Bears, that means trying once again to stop Thomas Robinson and Tyshawn Taylor. The Jayhawks' inside-out combo combined for 55 points three weeks ago in an 18-point home victory that was Baylor's first loss of the season.
This time, the seventh-ranked Jayhawks play Wednesday night at Baylor (21-2, 8-2 Big 12). The winner takes a share of the Big 12 lead with fourth-ranked Missouri, which has already beaten them both.
Kansas (18-5, 8-2) is coming off a loss at Missouri. But the Jayhawks haven't lost consecutive games in more than six years -- a span of 227 games.
The Bears have won four in a row since their consecutive losses to Kansas and Missouri.