For the second game in a row, Lagerald Vick in the high post proved to be a massive story line for the Kansas men's basketball team. But this time, instead of the junior guard giving KU's opponent fits, it almost looked as if Washington wanted Vick to be there. That was the recipe all night for the upset-minded Huskies, who led No. 2 Kansas for 28:53 and ran away at the end, 74-65, at Sprint Center. By Matt Tait
A career night from Kansas junior wing Lagerald Vick couldn’t keep the No. 2-ranked Jayhawks undefeated. Washington almost dared Vick to take over at times, and he responded by scoring a personal-best 28 points on 12-for-23 shooting. However, the Huskies held most of his teammates in check, enabling them to knock off KU, 74-65, Wednesday night at Sprint Center. By Benton Smith
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self talked about the Jayhawks' problems against Washington's zone defense in a 74-65 loss, his belief that nobody played well and Lagerald Vick's career-high 28 points, which he called "fake," because of how the defense played ...
Foul trouble on the Kansas basketball team’s two big men once again forced Clay Young into action during the first half on Wednesday night at Sprint Center. This time, however, Young's contribution did not lead to senior point guard Devonte' Graham calling him the game's MVP. Instead, it led to the first Kansas loss of the season, a 74-65 dud at the hands of visiting Washington. By Matt Tait