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Kansas defeats Oklahoma State, 87-80

  • 1 p.m., Jan. 14, 2017
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Past the Pokes: Jayhawks survive Oklahoma State's upset bid

Fans, critics and analysts alike, have been saying all season that the time would come when the Kansas men’s basketball team would not shoot the ball well from the outside and would not be able to rely on the 3-point shot to bury an opponent. By Matt Tait

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Brad Underwood: Jayhawks have a 'refuse-to-lose mentality'

In preparation for his first trip to Allen Fieldhouse as a head coach, Oklahoma State’s Brad Underwood got right to the essence of what makes Kansas such a tough team when he wrote one word next to Josh Jackson’s name on the scouting report: “Dog.” By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Jackson wants to keep emotions in check; Jayhawks could rise to No. 1

With his team in a dogfight and crunch time quickly approaching, Kansas freshman Josh Jackson was whistled for a charging foul on a bucket that, had it stood, would have given the Jayhawks their first lead of the game. By Matt Tait

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Bill Self talks 87-80 win over Oklahoma State, defense in second half

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self met with the media following Saturday's 87-80 victory over Oklahoma State and discussed his team's defense in the second half and potentially rising to No. 1 in national polls.

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Jayhawks hold off Oklahoma State, 87-80

With a balanced effort from its starting five, No. 2-ranked Kansas basketball scraped together just enough offense to defeat underdog Oklahoma State, 87-80, Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse.

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