WACO, Texas (AP) — Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua and Kendall Brown both had a double-double as fourth-ranked Baylor won its third game in a row since rare consecutive losses, beating Kansas State 74-49.
The 18-2 Bears were home for the first time since consecutive losses in the Ferrell Center two weeks ago that ended their 21-game winning streak and cost them their No. 1 ranking in the AP poll.
They won twice on the road last week.
The 10-9 Wildcats led Baylor only after Ismael Massoud made a 3-pointer on their first shot of the game. It was only three days after they almost pulled off an upset over fifth-ranked Kansas.