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Men's Basketball 2016-17 coverage

Kansas defeats TCU, 86-80

  • 8 p.m., Dec. 30, 2016
  • Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena, Fort Worth, TX
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Tom Keegan: Landen Lucas stepped up when Jayhawks needed him most

Leave it to a senior in a time of need to deliver in a time of need. One such time arrived Friday night in Schollmaier Arena for Kansas center Landen Lucas.

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Opening Act: Mason, Lucas lift Jayhawks to 86-80 win in Big 12 opener

Because he plays with such tenacity and never shies away from attacking the rim, it may have been hard to spot. But Kansas senior Frank Mason III flipped a switch a few minutes into Friday’s 86-80 victory over TCU that may have saved the Jayhawks.

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Veterans key Kansas road win to open Big 12 play

Winning conference games on the road can be difficult in college basketball without some veterans to lead the way. No. 3-ranked Kansas couldn’t have opened Big 12 play Friday night at TCU without seniors Frank Mason III and Landen Lucas. By Benton Smith

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Game blog: No. 3 Kansas at TCU

For No. 3-ranked Kansas basketball, the holiday break is officially over a day before New Year’s Eve. The Jayhawks (11-1) open Big 12 play and begin their chase for the program’s 13th consecutive league title at TCU (11-1).

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