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Three observations from KU’s 90-78 victory over Kansas State
KU basketball avenged its loss to K-State from exactly two weeks ago with a 90-78 win in Allen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. The Jayhawks fed off a raucous Allen Fieldhouse crowd for the entire game and held a double-digit lead for the majority of the second half. The win also places KU tied for second in the conference standings. Jalen Wilson scored a team-high 20 points on 5-of-15 shooting from the field and also added eight rebounds. Dajuan Harris tied his career-high with 18 points. Kevin McCullar tallied 16 points as well. KU’s bench also had a solid outing scoring 19 points, the most the bench has scored in conference play.
Everything Bill Self said after KU basketball's win over K-State
KU basketball avenged its loss to K-State from exactly two weeks ago with a 90-78 win in Allen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night. The Jayhawks fed off a raucous Allen Fieldhouse crowd for the entire game and held a double-digit lead for the majority of the second half. The win also places KU tied for second in the conference standings.
Postgame wrap: Kansas gets revenge in Sunflower Showdown rematch
Kansas improved to 18-4 (6-3 Big 12) on Tuesday night with a 90-78 win over Kansas State. KU led for 36:28 of game time en route to the win. Watch the video above for some more postgame thoughts on KU's win and performance.
WATCH: Bill Self, Jalen Wilson and Dajuan Harris react to win over K-State
KU was able to snap its three-game losing streak in conference play on Tuesday night with a 90-78 win over Kansas State. The win puts KU at 6-3 in the Big 12 conference at the half way point. It was a back-and-forth affair during the first few minutes as both teams settled into the game. But KU was able to put together a good stretch to take a 13 point lead with just under nine minutes to play in the first half. K-State responded to make it a three point game before KU responded with a 14-5 run to take its advantage back to 13 points.
Kansas basketball: Media lauds Jayhawks for revenge win over Kansas State
Like this first game, this one wasn't shy on whistles. The end count saw 47 fouls called in the game's 40 minutes, with 71 combined free throws. Kansas State had an edge there, making 31 of 36 free throws, while Kansas made 25 of its 35 attempts at the line.
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