One by one, they marched onto the Allen Fieldhouse floor, just as they had done all those years ago. Players, assistant coaches, managers and staff members who competed for six of the eight head coaches in the 120-year history of Kansas basketball walked together for a halftime ceremony during Saturday's 84-79 loss to Oklahoma State. By Matt Tait
As hundreds of people packed into the concourse at the Booth Family Hall of Athletics, Isaac "Bud" Stallworth asked for the former players in attendance to stand. He had the right idea, although the initial request drew some laughter. By Scott Chasen
Five years and a day after Marcus Smart's backflip on the Allen Fieldhouse floor put an exclamation point on a surprising Oklahoma State victory over Kansas, Smart's alma mater left Lawrence on Saturday with a downright shocking 84-79 victory that put a serious damper on the day-long celebration of 120 years of Kansas basketball. By Matt Tait
After an 84-79 home loss to Oklahoma State, Kansas coach Bill Self discussed his team's problems with defensive rebounding, why he thought the Jayhawks played slow and KU's small margin of error in conference play.