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Men's Basketball 2018-19 coverage

Kansas defeats Villanova, 74-71

  • 11 a.m., Dec. 15, 2018
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Notebook: Jayhawks center Udoka Azubuike progressing in rehab

Injured Kansas junior Udoka Azubuike watched his top-ranked teammates knock off No. 17 Villanova, 74-71 at Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday morning, the second consecutive outing that a sprained right ankle kept Azubuike on the bench.

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Benton Smith: Dedric Lawson thrives in second game as KU's center

Dedric Lawson, the paint is yours. As inviting as that sounds for an aspiring All-American, you’ll have to forgive this Kansas basketball team’s best all-around player for not diving head first into his new role as the Jayhawks’ pseudo center.

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Lagerald Vick bounces back to help No. 1 KU take down No. 17 Villanova

Kansas senior Lagerald Vick sure found a memorable way to put a bad week behind him. After coming off of the bench and struggling offensively during recent KU victories over Wofford and New Mexico State, Vick was back in the starting lineup and back on the red-hot railway during the top-ranked Jayhawks’ 74-71 win over No. 17 Villanova on Saturday morning at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Quick recap: No. 1 KU knocks off Villanova in rematch of last season's Final Four

No. 1 Kansas avenged last year’s season-ending loss to stay undefeated on the 2018-19 season. The much-anticipated rematch between KU and Villanova came down to the wire Saturday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks made enough key plays down the stretch to claim a 74-71 victory over the defending national champion.

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