Is your LSAT higher than mine? If so, don't bother applying. You really shouldn't go. It's not a very good school. Stay out. ;-)
My eye is on Washburn for several reasons. First, I have a family and quality of life is important. Places I can choose to live that are within commuting distance to the school provide excellent elementary schools for my kids, the cost of living is reasonable, the weather is better than Wisconsin (almost anywhere has better weather than my current home in Wisconsin), it's LSAT median numbers are within my range, and the cost of the school is relatively affordable. Kansas also has some fairly liberal rules for establishing residence, which can make tuition even more affordable.
A friend of my used to live in Topeka and he knows the area extremely well and highly recommended it.
Now... if you are young and single (not an old geezer like me in his mid 30's), you'll find some terrific nightlife a couple hours east in Kansas City area.