Big 12 announces men’s basketball schedule

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The following is a press release from Iowa State Athletic Communications.

AMES, Iowa – The 2021-22 Iowa State men’s basketball Big 12 schedule has been released by the conference office.

Iowa State will open the 18-game league schedule at home on New Year’s Day against defending national champion Baylor at Hilton Coliseum, which is followed by another home tilt against Texas Tech on Wednesday, Jan. 5.

The Cyclones welcome Kansas to Hilton Coliseum on Tuesday, Feb. 1.

The home schedule concludes on Wednesday, March 2 against Oklahoma State. ISU wraps up at Baylor on Saturday, March 5.

The Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship will be held at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri from March 9-12.

Iowa State MBB Big 12 Schedule

Saturday, Jan. 1 – Baylor 

Wednesday, Jan. 5 – Texas Tech  

Saturday, Jan. 8 – at Oklahoma  

Tuesday, Jan. 11 – at Kansas 

Saturday, Jan. 15 – Texas 

Tuesday, Jan. 18 – at Texas Tech 

Saturday, Jan. 22 – TCU 

Wednesday, Jan. 26 – at Oklahoma State 

Tuesday, Feb. 1 – Kansas 

Saturday, Feb. 5 – at Texas 

Tuesday, Feb. 8 – at West Virginia 

Saturday, Feb. 12 – Kansas State 

Tuesday, Feb. 15 – at TCU 

Saturday, Feb. 19 – Oklahoma 

Wednesday, Feb. 23 – West Virginia 

Saturday, Feb. 26 – at Kansas State 

Wednesday, March 2 – Oklahoma State 

Saturday, March 5 – at Baylor 

Times and television selections will be announced at a later date.

Jared Stansbury


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