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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 2.12.13
KU needs to see more of McLemore, the star - KansasCity.com
“I was talking to coach, and he was telling me just to go out there and play ball,” he said when essentially asked to brag about himself. “I don’t have to impress him, just play my game. That’s what I did.”
3 is enough: McLemore helps KU snap out of funk with win over KSU | KUsports.com
Kansas University’s students stuck around to serenade birthday-boy Ben McLemore as he conducted an ESPN interview after exploding for 30 points in the Jayhawks’ 83-62 slump-busting victory over rival Kansas State on Monday night in Allen Fieldhouse.
Opinion: Naadir Tharpe big reason nightmare stretch is over | KUsports.com
“I feel like my teammates definitely got me in a zone, especially Naadir finding me on the wing, just creating offense and getting me open,” McLemore said.
McLemore scores 30 as Kansas rolls past K-State - KansasCity.com
Maybe Kansas needed this. The losses. The doubters. The lessons.
Home Court - ESPN
The Jayhawks won 83-62, but anyone who watched the game knows it wasn't nearly that close.
Notebook: Jeff Withey sets KU blocks record; assistants take over film session Sunday | KUsports.com
Kansas University senior center Jeff Withey, who broke the KU and Big 12 single-season record for blocked shots a year ago, on Monday surpassed Greg Ostertag as leading shot blocker in school history.
Front line falls short for K-State - KansasCity.com
a tie game quickly turned into an 83-62 nightmare, K-State’s most lopsided loss under new coach Bruce Weber.
Hot-shooting McLemore edges out Withey, Tharpe for top spot | The KUsports.com Ratings | KUsports.com
Withey's best moment came after an emphatic slam, as he yelled to the air before tugging at his jersey in a Superman-like pose. The fans went nuts, as they hadn't seen that kind of fire from Withey in his last few games.
Kansas State Wildcats vs. Kansas Jayhawks - Recap - February 11, 2013 - ESPN
After struggling through their longest losing streak in eight years, a maddening three-game skid, the 14th-ranked Jayhawks returned to the friendly confines of Allen Fieldhouse on Monday night and took out all their pent up frustration on in-state rival Kansas State.