Yuck. I don't think anyone wants to relive to this one blow by blow, so we'll cut to the chase. The Jayhawks couldn't buy a bucket, shooting 3 for 23 from outside and 17 of 43 from two, combining for a hideous 30% overall.
Given that Kansas has had trouble making their twos all year, it's not surprising that they couldn't overcome a cold shooting game from three point range. Meanwhile, Texas had no trouble and hit 46% of their 26 attempts. The end result was an ugly 84-59 beating at home at the hands of a team and coach they've rarely had problems with in recent years.
There wasn't a whole lot to highlight, but Jalen Wilson at least did his part. Wilson scored a game high 20, with seven boards and two steals. The rest of the starting lineup combined to score 29 on 10-37 shooting from the floor.
The Jayhawks drop to 2-1 in Big 12 play, with their next matchup presenting far less of a challenge, in a Tuesday night matchup with TCU.