Kansas freshman forward Carlton Bragg performs before the fieldhouse crowd during Late Night in the Phog, Friday, Oct. 9, 2015 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Fine-tuned: Bragg provides Late Night highlight

That wasn’t Billy Joel, Elton John or Stevie Wonder dressed in black and sitting in front of a black grand piano under a spotlight at center court of Allen Fieldhouse on Friday night. No, on this occasion, the Late Night in the Phog performing artist was 6-foot-9 freshman basketball forward Carlton Bragg. By Gary Bedore

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