The No. 3 Kansas Jayhawks (21-8, 13-6 Big 12) have just one loss since the Super Bowl (and it came in overtime. They beat one-seeded Baylor by double digits less than a month ago, and they won their first-round matchup of the NCAA tournament by double digits, too. And yet they’re slight underdogs against No. 6 USC (23-7, 16-6 Pac 12) in Monday’s second-round March Madness battle. The Trojans are one of the most physically imposing teams in NCAA Division I.