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Ames, IA (SportsNetwork.com) - A Top-25 matchup is on tap in the Big 12, as the ninth-ranked Kansas Jayhawks and 11th-ranked Iowa State Cyclones collide on Saturday night at the Hilton Coliseum. Bill Selfs Jayhawks are in the midst of a gauntlet in their schedule, as they are going to play three straight ranked foes. The team opened the set with a 67-57 win over 24th-ranked Oklahoma State on Tuesday and will finish with a home date against 18th-ranked Oklahoma next week. Kansas is sitting at an impressive 14-2 on the year, with a 3-0 start to league play. The Jayhawks enter this contest on a five-game win streak. Fred Hoibergs Cyclones have been impressive in their own right. Iowa State is sporting a 12-3 overall record, which includes a 2-1 start to Big 12 play. The team is also in the midst of a tough run, with Kansas representing the third straight ranked opponent on the docket. The Cyclones opened the treacherous run with a 74-72 win over nationally-ranked West Virginia, but that was followed by a heart-breaking 74-73 setback at No. 22 Baylor on Wednesday. This marks the 236th all-time meeting in a series that dates all the way back to 1908. Kansas holds a 175-60 advantage and has won five of the last six and 18 of the last 20 meetings, overall. Iowa State won the last meeting though, a 93-84 decision in the semifinals of the 2014 Big 12 Tournament. Kansas didnt shoot the ball particularly well against Oklahoma State, connecting on just 37.2 percent from the floor, but the Jayhawks held the Cowboys to an even uglier 31.4-percent effort in posting a 10-point win. Kansas owned a huge edge in rebounding (43-26) and outscored OSU at the free- throw line, 32-22. Frank Mason III led Kansas in the win, just missing a double-double with 16 points and nine rebounds. Kelly Oubre Jr. added 14 points to the cause. The Jayhawks arent putting up gaudy offensive numbers this season, but their modest numbers (70.9 ppg on .433 shooting) hold up thanks to strong defensive play. Kansas is limiting foes to just 62.8 ppg, on a mere .402 shooting, while maintaining a strong +7.1 rebounding margin. Mason is both the teams top scoring threat (12.4 ppg) and its primary distributor (4.3 apg). Perry Ellis provides frontcourt balance with 12.2 ppg and a team-high 6.4 rpg. Wayne Selden Jr. (9.0 ppg) and Cliff Alexander (8.2 ppg) give the team limited scoring depth. While Kansas has found success at the defensive end of the floor, Iowa State is offensive-minded. The Cyclones are one of the top scoring teams in the nation at 79.9 ppg and are getting it done at a highly-efficient .488 shooting. The 3-pointer is a huge weapon in the teams overall arsenal, averaging 8.0 treys per contest. ISU boasts of some of the best scoring depth in the Big 12, as all five starters are averaging double figures. Georges Niang leads the team with 14.9 ppg. Bryce Dejean-Jones is second at 12.9 ppg, followed by Naz Long (12.5 ppg), Dustin Hogue (11.3 ppg) and Monte Morris (10.1 ppg). Long is the teams resident sniper, shooting .426 from behind the arc with 43 3-pointers to his credit. His 2.9 treys per game is tied for first in the Big 12. Baylor took a huge lead into the intermission, leading 46-34 at the break, but Iowa State came battling back before falling by just a single-point to the Bears in Waco on Tuesday. After shooting just .385 from the floor in the first half, ISU delivered on a .533 clip in the second half. Long was a perfect 5- of-5 from long range and finished with 19 points. Dejean-Jones added 14 points, while Morris and Niang chipped in 11 and 10 points, respectively. Morris had an impressive stat line in the loss, adding nine assists and seven rebounds to his scoring total. David Robertson Jersey . 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In the wake of the bullying scandal in Miami, executives from teams around the league who gathered for the annual scouting combine spoke Thursday about being on guard to ensure their locker rooms are respectful and tolerant — especially with Michael Sam, expected to soon become the first publicly revealed homosexual in the NFL. Predictably, general managers and coaches said a culture of respect was already in place with their clubs before Richie Incognito, the Dolphins offensive lineman who led the extreme hazing detailed last week in an NFL-ordered report, became an infamous name. But while there havent been many major signs of response to the scandal, some tangible signs of change have at least emerged. Teams have begun to include language in coaches contracts that forces assistants to act with more tolerance than some of the Dolphins staff did. The move is designed to limit a teams liability if another Miami-like situation were to emerge with another club. Vikings general manager Rick Spielman confirmed that change, first reported by ESPN. "I think because its so much in light right now, that you have to monitor the locker room," Spielman said. "Itll be interesting to see once we get down to the owners meetings in March. Im sure thatll be a subject thatll be talked about." Dolphins coach Joe Philbin, drawing an overflow crowd of reporters in his first appearance since the report came out, forcefully reiterated his responsibility for all that happens to his team and promised a "better workplace." "I have to do a better job. Im going to look at every way — the way we educate, the way we communicate, the way we talk to one another," Philbin said. "Im going to look at every avenue." Reaction from the other 31 teams to the bullying report was far more muted, though other coaches — Dennis Allen of the Oakland Raiders among them — acknowledged the importance of keeping a better handle on locker room dynamics. Everyone, though, must deal with the questions about Sam, the Missouri defensive end projected to be drafted in the middle rounds. The NFL recently reminded teams of laws against asking draft prospects about their sexuality and the guidelines for interviewing players this week in Indianapolis.dddddddddddd A year ago, three players complained they were asked inappropriate questions they believed were intended to seek details about their sexual orientation. Talking about harmony is easy in the off-season, of course, but maintaining an atmosphere of respect and tolerance is another story once dozens of players are thrown together. With a 53-man roster, no coach can come close to hearing every word. "Its hard. You try to set a good culture and a good environment in your building and hope for the best," Denver Broncos coach John Fox said. Clearly, this issue will be scrutinized this year, with Sam entering the league, and the Dolphins trying to repair their image. "What happened there has nothing to do with what we are doing in Tampa Bay," new Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith said. "The locker room has been there all along. You have to have strong veteran leadership in the locker room. As the head football coach I have to have a pulse on what is going on in the locker room. Rely on a lot of people. Have a relationship were information comes to me. "No, we are not going to change what weve done. Our program has always been about acceptance. Everybody feeling like they are part. Everybody feeling good about coming to work every day in an environment where they can do their best." That is what this next class of rookies is counting on. "In every locker room you go theres going to be conflict," Memphis punter Tom Hornsey said. "Thats just the nature of the game. Its very competitive. Its got a lot of testosterone flowing through. ... But its not a concern. Im pretty laid back and just take it as it is." So whats the secret, then, to making sure the boys-will-be-boys culture that still exists doesnt become the dominant vibe of the locker room? Well, like with many issues, the Super Bowl champions are usually a good place to start. "Everybody puts pressure on themselves, and we try to create a culture thats outgoing, fun, aggressive," Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said. "Lifes too short to stress yourself out and stress other people out." 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