If 42 points in a two-point home loss to Oklahoma didn’t launch Oklahoma State freshman point guard Jawun Evans onto center stage nationally, his performance in a blowout victory against No. 3 Kansas University should do the job. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University’s men’s basketball program continues to recruit several players who this week were selected to play in the 39th annual McDonald’s All-America game, set for March 30 at Chicago’s United Center.
After Oklahoma State defeated No. 3-ranked Kansas University, 86-67, Tuesday night at Gallagher-Iba Arena, OSU’s fans stormed the court, immediately following the final buzzer.
Kansas University junior guard Brannen Greene did not dress for the Jayhawks’ 86-67 Tuesday loss at Oklahoma State.
Kansas University freshman forward Cheick Diallo made the first start of his college career on Tuesday night, scoring four points with two rebounds and a steal in 13 minutes.
One team on the Gallagher-Iba Arena court Tuesday night looked like the type Bill Self always has loved to coach. More athletic than the opposition. Quick, bouncy, rugged getting rebounds in traffic and chasing down loose balls. Hitting clutch shots every time the lead dwindled. That team was Oklahoma State, and the Cowboys took it to a Kansas University squad that looked, in a word, slow — physically and mentally slow. By Tom Keegan
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self discusses the Jayhawks' 86-67 loss at Oklahoma State.