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Men's Basketball 2016-17 coverage

Kansas defeats Kentucky, 79-73

  • 5 p.m., Jan. 28, 2017
  • Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY
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Marquee victory: Jayhawks knock off Kentucky at Rupp Arena

Two of college basketball’s marquee programs gave a national audience a show worthy of the hype Saturday night at Rupp Arena, where a short-handed yet invigorated Kansas team recovered from its first-half issues to win 79-73 at Kentucky.

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Tom Keegan: In a game full of stars, Lucas proves to be most valuable

World-famous ring announcer Michael Buffer found the stage so big he even tweaked his trademarked slogan and said, “Let’s get ready for roundbaaaaaaall!” And 24,418 basketball-crazed spectators, most anticipating a slaughter that would send them home from Rupp Arena in a euphoric state, let out a roar. By Tom Keegan

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KU coach Bill Self on KU's big win which capped a tough week

KU coach Bill Self on KU's big win which capped a tough week.

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Jackson, Mason break down comeback win at Kentucky

Josh Jackson and Frank Mason break down KU's comeback at Kentucky.

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Notebook: Jayhawks stay focused through off-the-court issues

It was a wild and taxing week for the Kansas men’s basketball team, which lost for just the second time all season and endured a string of off-the-court news that threatened to steal the team’s focus. By Matt Tait

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Elite Experience: Jayhawks rely on veterans in come-from-behind win over Kentucky

The games-played experience factor in the starting lineups favored Kansas, 426-132, and the second-ranked Jayhawks used every bit of wisdom at their disposal to knock off No. 4 Kentucky, 79-73, in the featured game of the fourth annual SEC/Big 12 Challenge Saturday night at Rupp Arena. By Matt Tait

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