The Georgetown Hoyas and Kansas Jayhawks were supposed to resume the 3rd chapter of their 4 part home and home series this season. However, casual sources indicate that the series has been called off by mutual agreement of both schools.
Per source, the Georgetown - Kansas series has been cancelled by mutual agreement of the two schools. No current plans for a future series.— Casual Hoya (@CasualHoya) April 7, 2016
Kansas had won both of the prior games in the series, the first in 2013 at Kansas by a score of 86-64 and the second at Verizon in 2014 by a score of 75-70. The Series took a break last season, reportedly to allow for the Hoyas to schedule its game with Syracuse. However, it now appears that the temporary hiatus has become permanent.
The Hoyas still have a number of sexy games on next year's non-conference schedule, including a trip to the Maui Invitational in a field that contains UConn, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Tennessee and Wisconsin, home games against Maryland and UConn, and a return to the evil Carrier Dome to face Syracuse.
Kansas, we hardly knew ye.