Kansas and Missouri will play each other for the first time since 2012.
It's official. The Border War between Kansas and Missouri has been renewed (sort of) after a 5-year truce following the departure of Missouri from the Big 12 to the SEC, and it's for a great cause.
According to KHSB, Kansas and Missouri will face off on the hardwood on Sunday, Oct. 22 in an exhibition game at the Sprint Center, and all the proceeds from the game will go toward hurricane relief.
Money raised from the game will be contributed to the organizations that the five living former U.S. Presidents have come together to support: the Houston Harvey Relief Fund, the Rebuild Texas Fund, the Florida Disaster Fund, Juntos y Unidos Por Puerto Rico and the Fund for the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Kansas leads the series 172-96.
Tickets will be available starting Oct. 18, only at sprintcenter.com.