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Men's Basketball 2016-17 coverage

Kansas defeats Oklahoma, 73-63

  • 8 p.m., Feb. 27, 2017
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Jayhawks' Senior Night goes from sluggish to spectacular

The West Virginia comeback it was not, but there sure were moments when it looked — and sounded — like it. After a sloppy and sluggish 30 minutes of basketball against last-place Oklahoma, No. 1 Kansas woke up in a big way and buried the Sooners, 73-63, with a suffocating 31-9 surge to the finish line on Senior Night. By Matt Tait

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No. 1 Jayhawks avoid Senior Night scare, beat Oklahoma

No one who walked into Allen Fieldhouse Monday wearing Kansas basketball gear expected the No. 1 Jayhawks to drop their home finale against Oklahoma on Senior Night. But some doubt definitely crept in before senior point guard Frank Mason III and the Jayhawks closed the second half playing the type of basketball that helped them reach the top ranking in the country. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: KU seniors appreciative, humorous in send-off speeches

Before getting to the three senior speeches following Monday’s wild, come-from-behind, 73-63 victory over Oklahoma at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas coach Bill Self asked the crowd to give it up to “the rest of the team for their efforts and how they represented (you).” By Matt Tait

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Bill Self talks KU seniors, finding offense late vs. OU

Following a long Senior Night at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self takes questions from the media regarding KU seniors Frank Mason III, Landen Lucas and Tyler Self, and gets into how the Jayhawks recovered offensively down the stretch ...

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