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Men's Basketball 2017-18 coverage

Kansas defeats Tennessee State, 92-56

  • 8 p.m., Nov. 10, 2017
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Tom Keegan: Freshman Marcus Garrett makes most of surprise start

Malik Newman, who had been starting in the exhibition games, didn’t hear his name called with the KU basketball starters, replaced by the stealth newcomer, the one who was not a hamburger All-American and didn’t play on the national AAU circuit, freshman swingman Marcus Garrett from Dallas. Garrett handled the nerves that went with the promotion and his debut well enough to record a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. He also had two steals and had just one of his team’s 20 turnovers. By Tom Keegan

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Magnificent seven: Shortened rotation no issue for KU in season-opening rout

So much of the talk about the 2017-18 Kansas basketball team centered on whether the Jayhawks had enough depth, particularly in the front court, to be the kind of team they want to be and one the fans expect. Friday night, in a 92-56, season-opening whipping of Tennessee State at Allen Fieldhouse, the fourth-ranked Jayhawks played a man down and proved even that was not a problem. By Matt Tait

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Game blog: No. 4 Kansas vs. Tennessee State

After months of buildup and anticipation, the college basketball season officially arrives Friday night, as No. 4-ranked Kansas opens its 2017-18 schedule at Allen Fieldhouse, against Tennessee State.

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