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You couldn’t blame Devon Dotson. After all, there’s not too much more he could have done. In the midst of what eventually was a 91-62 drubbing for Kansas at the hands of Texas Tech, the Red Raiders went back to a trusty pick and roll.
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What Saturday’s loss does — and doesn’t — tell us about this KU basketball team
Both signed up for this. They make millions of dollars while understanding that a silly tournament at the end of the season means more than the first four months. They are part of a college basketball universe where every loss is often interpreted as a character flaw instead of sometimes what it is: a weird, fluky result.
Texas Tech races to 25-point halftime lead, blasts Kansas 91-62
This time, this season it was 14-time defending regular-season league champion Kansas on the other end of an annihilation: Saturday’s 91-62 thrashing at the hands of Texas Tech, a team KU beat by 16 points on Feb. 2 in Lawrence.
Media rips Kansas after getting routed by Texas Tech
Things got ugly for the No. 12 Kansas Jayhawks in Lubbock on Saturday night. The Texas Tech Red Raiders blew out Kansas, 91-62. The game was never remotely close with Texas Tech leading by 25 points at the half. the Red Raiders would keep their foot on the pedal in the second half.
KU loses Big 12 margin for error — and then some — with TTU loss
It was a roar from the crowd at United Supermarkets Arena as 16 different Texas Tech 3-point shots — two of which hit the backboard — found their way into the basket. It was the shouts of disgust from Bill Self on the sideline. It was the sound of the rim being pulled down on any number of uncontested Texas Tech dunks in the Red Raiders 91-62 win on Saturday.
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