It would be easy to say that Kansas just needed to return home, to the comfort of Allen Fieldhouse. Maybe that’s the easiest explanation. But maybe it’s also the most true. On Monday night, with a capacity crowd in the old barn, No. 4 Kansas came home and buried Baylor 61-44 in a dominating performance against a team many thought would be the Jayhawks’ most worthy challenger in the Big 12 race.