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Elite Experience: Jayhawks rely on veterans in come-from-behind win over Kentucky |
The games-played experience factor in the starting lineups favored Kansas, 426-132, and the second-ranked Jayhawks used every bit of wisdom at their disposal to knock off No. 4 Kentucky, 79-73, in the featured game of the fourth annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge Saturday night at Rupp Arena.

Notebook: Jayhawks stay focused through off-the-court issues |
“We forgot about that until you just asked,” said senior point guard Frank Mason III in a matter-of-fact manner. “Coach tells us focus on the things we can control and I think we do a pretty good job with that and we just have to do that moving forward and not get distracted by anything.”

Marquee victory: Jayhawks knock off Kentucky at Rupp Arena |
Two of college basketball’s marquee programs gave a national audience a show worthy of the hype Saturday night at Rupp Arena, where a short-handed yet invigorated Kansas team recovered from its first-half issues to win 79-73 at Kentucky.

KU women's basketball earns first Big 12 win against Texas Tech |
The Kansas women's basketball team topped Texas Tech, 66-60, for its first Big 12 win of the season, and its first regular-season conference victory under second-year coach Brandon Schneider. It was KU's first Big 12 win since March 2015.

Vahe Gregorian: Jayhawks don’t wilt in heat of Rupp Arena vs. Kentucky
With a rare sense of disarray swirling around the program and days after a dud loss at West Virginia, Kansas entered its game at Kentucky on Saturday ranked second in the nation, yet seeming to be reeling.

Four reasons why KU could benefit by playing more zone
First it was moving to a primary four-guard look, the Kansas coach running his offense through drivers and shooters instead of the post. Now, following a 79-73 victory at Kentucky, the Jayhawks dominated defensively with help from … multiple defenses?

Short-handed Kansas plays like a No. 1 seed in big road victory vs. Kentucky -
Kansas and Kentucky, the two winningest programs in college hoops history, put on a pretty good game in Rupp Arena. But the Wildcats, a flawed-but-dangerous team, one ranked fourth in the country but sure to take a steep drop in Monday's polls, were upset 79-73 by the second-ranked Jayhawks (19-2) as freshman Josh Jackson recorded 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Other Sports

Roger Federer tops Rafael Nadal in Australian Open final, his 18th Slam -
Roger Federer won his 18th Grand Slam title and put some extra distance on the all-time list between himself and Rafael Nadal, the man he beat 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 in a vintage Australian Open final on Sunday night.

Warriors-Clippers analysis, highlights: Curry hits for 43 as Dubs dish it out -
If Steve Kerr could somehow perform hypnosis to convince the Warriors that every opponent were the Clippers, they would go undefeated with an average margin of victory somewhere north of 25. That's how much Golden State loves not just beating, but humiliating, the team that was once their "rival," the Los Angeles Clippers.

2017 Super Bowl prop bets: 51 of the best, worst and weirdest things to bet on -
Wagering on another man's pants is always fun. The guess here is blue jeans is a lock, but it might feel too casual for the national anthem before the Super Bowl. On the other hand, Bryan has a #brand to maintain, and blue jeans are definitely part of that.