After spending the past several days absorbing hits in the form of national criticism for their roles in a nasty rivalry game fight, the Kansas Jayhawks returned to the scene of that brawl Saturday hoping to move past the ugliness.
After bouncing off the floor at least 5 or 6 inches into the air following a hard foul on a transition dunk attempt during the first half of KU’s 74-68 win over Tennessee on Saturday, junior guard Marcus Garrett hopped up and walked toward the free-throw line.
Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike has experienced plenty of days when his size and strength have been the difference. But his presence on the floor rarely has meant more to KU’s chances for success than it did on Saturday in a 74-68 victory over Tennessee at Allen Fieldhouse. Matt Tait
A depleted Kansas men’s basketball team was put to the test in the Big 12/SEC Challenge against Tennessee on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse. In the end, the Jayhawks had the key players necessary to pull off a 74-68 win for their fourth victory in a row.