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1907–08 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team

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1907–08 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball
MVIAA Champions
ConferenceMVIAA
1907–08 record18–6 (6–0 )
Head coachPhog Allen
Seasons

The 1907-1908 Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team represented the University of Kansas in its tenth season of collegiate basketball, and its first in the newly formed Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association, or MVIAA. The team would go on to win the MVIAA Conference Championship. The head coach was Dr. Forrest "Phog" Allen, serving in his first year in that capacity. Following a 19-11 defeat of William Jewell, the Jayhawks had a winning all-time record for the first time. The Jayhawks haven't had a losing all-time record since.

Schedule

[1] [2]

Date
time, TV
Opponent Result Record Site
city, state
Dec. 13, 1907*
Ottawa (KS) W 62–22  1–0
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Dec. 19, 1907*
Ottawa (KS) L 33–39  1–1
 
Ottawa, Kansas
Dec. 20, 1907*
Newton YMCA W 37–32  2–1
 
Newton, Kansas
Dec. 21, 1907*
Newton YMCA W 39–32  3–1
 
Newton, Kansas
Jan. 10, 1908*
William Jewell L 16–27  3–2
 
Liberty, Missouri
Jan. 17, 1908*
Nebraska L 17–20  3–3
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Jan. 18, 1908*
Nebraska L 21–23  3–4
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Jan. 20, 1908*
Nome (AK) L 28–34  3–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Jan. 24, 1908*
Newton YMCA W 26–25  4–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Jan. 25, 1908*
Kansas City AC W 25–16  5–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Jan. 31, 1908*
Kansas State W 50–12  6–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Feb. 1, 1908*
Washburn W 19–17  7–5
 
Topeka, Kansas
Feb. 4, 1908
Missouri W 21–20  8–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Feb. 5, 1908
Missouri W 24–18  9–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Feb. 8, 1908*
Washburn W 39–15  10–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Feb. 10, 1908*
William Jewell W 19–11  11–5
Robinson Gymnasium 
Lawrence, Kansas
Feb. 14, 1908*
Kansas City AC W 34–32  12–5
 
Kansas City, Missouri
Feb. 15, 1908*
Warrensburg W 34–16  13–5
 
Warrensburg, Missouri
Feb. 17, 1908
Missouri W 30–19  14–5
 
Columbia, Missouri
Feb. 18, 1908
Missouri W 26–22  15–5
 
Columbia, Missouri
Feb. 19, 1908*
Des Moines YMCA L 17–34  15–6
 
Des Moines, Iowa
Feb. 20, 1908*
Iowa State W 53–35  16–6
 
Ames, Iowa
Feb. 21, 1908
Nebraska W 28–26  17–6
 
Lincoln, Nebraska
Feb. 22, 1908
Nebraska W 28–25  18–6
 
Lincoln, Nebraska
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Central Standard Time.

References

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