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Postgame Report Card: K-State 74, Kansas 67 | Smithology | KUsports.com
The Jayhawks’ 23 turnovers destroyed their chances of winning on their rival’s home court.
Kansas lost to K-State ... and it’s time to talk about the streak
The court was left a mess of confetti and streamers, the moment captured with a thousand selfies after Kansas State’s first win over Kansas in nearly four years.
Why KU’s Lagerald Vick was benched for most of the first half against Kansas State
The double Bill Self fist pump is usually reserved for the most joyous of occasions — like Kansas’ 2012 home comeback against Missouri.
‘Leadership, toughness’ lacking as turnover-plagued KU falls to K-State, 74-67
“I really think people think there’s a common theme — turnovers,” Self said after the Jayhawks’ 23 turnovers contributed to the team’s sixth loss in seven road games in 2018-19.
Recruiting: KU football adds kicker, walk-on lineman
Ahead of Wednesday's national signing day, the KU football team added one walk-on and one reported scholarship commit in the class of 2019. Entering the day, the Jayhawks had three players committed in the walk-on class in Jerek Butcher, Dylan Downing and Joe O'Leary, all from inside the state.
LIVE: Meet KU football's 2019 signing class
The Jayhawks, under new head coach Les Miles, added a number of commitments in his short tenure as coach leading up to the early signing period, with 11 players signing on the opening day in December. Since that time, the Jayhawks have picked up a commitment from one prospect who could be viewed as a cornerstone of the class in four-star edge rusher Steven Parker — and they've been busy on the local scene, too.
Bill Self: KU lacking leadership, toughness after K-State loss
KU turned the ball over 23 times, tying a season-high, and KU fell to 1-6 in true road games this season. Afterwards, Bill Self called the Jayhawks’ offense “comical,” Dedric Lawson called for more leadership and Charlie Moore thought KU got “outplayed.”
Barry Brown shouts out Brannen Greene after dunking at buzzer
"I remember my freshman year, they were beating us at KU by 12 or 15, something like that. One of the players dunked at the end of the game, and the game was clearly over," Brown said. "I just wanted to return the favor honestly. That was the only thing going through my head."
Photo gallery: K-State defeats KU basketball at Bramlage
Barry Brown scored 18 points and added five assists and four rebounds for the Wildcats. Xavier Sneed chipped in with 14 more points and seven boards, while Dean Wade posted 12 points, nine boards and five assists. The Wildcats shot only 43.1 percent from the field for the game, but they hit 10 3s and 14 shots at the foul stripe.
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