After a three-game losing streak at the beginning of February, Kansas basketball has righted the ship, ripping off five consecutive victories.
Barring an upset, the Jayhawks are on their way toward their ninth consecutive regular-season Big 12 title, and they easily could make it back to the Final Four in Atlanta.
However, Kansas is not without its faults. The Jayhawks don’t have a deep rotation, and they have struggled to find consistent point-guard play.
Here are the Jayhawks’ five biggest concerns heading into March.