Early run by top-ranked Kansas buries men’s basketball on Senior Night
By Steve Habel/Senior Editor
AUSTIN, Texas — The top-ranked Kansas Jayhawks were not in a sharing mood Monday. After having clinched at least a part of Big 12 Conference title on Saturday, they craved more and satiated their hunger with an 86-56 win over No. 23 Texas that assured that the league’s regular-season title would not be piecemealed.
“This obviously meant something to our guys,” Kansas coach Bill Self said. “For about 28 minutes, we played about as well as we can play. We made the extra pass and made our open shots. The team played like it was having fun tonight. Our focus was just to play good against Texas, and we did.”
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