Michigan Game Notes
Kansas' Win at Michigan makes Kansas 15-0 for the first time since the 2007-08 team opened the year 20-0.
Despite the victory, Kansas set season lows in points scored (67), points in a half (25), total field goals (20), three-point field goals made (4), field goal percentage (35.7 percent), three-point field goal percentage (16.7 percent) and blocks (0).
Kansas' 67-60 overtime victory over Michigan was neither pretty nor encouraging, but nobody will be able to take this away from the Jayhawks: They finished their nonconference season unblemished with a 15-0 record. - Brady McCollough
Kansas has been as good as anyone at times, but the Jayhawks have seemed to have more scares than Duke or Ohio State. As usual it's all going to boil down to how well you're playing for a six game stretch in March/April and even that is pretty up in the air considering it covers a three and a half week span.
I'd say this was about all there was to feel good about yesterday. The team does seems to continue to show the buy in on the defensive end that can win the whole thing.
“That wasn’t a good team. That was a great team. I think this team we have is a good team with a chance to become really good. But that team had so much experience and knew how to finish games. This team is still learning how to do that. I’ve also got to be careful comparing this team to that team because that’s not fair to these guys, too.” - Bill Self talking about this team v '07-'08.