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Tonight's opponent is Florida Atlantic. Check out their schedule, roster and stats.

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Game Updates: KU-FAU

The highlights on the floor this week for the Kansas University men's basketball team, when it's all said and done, will include names like Rush, Arthur, Mayo and Budinger. But one name looms as the best storyline tonight as the No. 4 Jayhawks welcome Florida Atlantic into Allen Fieldhouse for a 7 p.m. tip - Walters. Rex Walters, who helped lead the Jayhawks to the 1993 Final Four in New Orleans is now in his second season as the Owls' head coach. FAU enters tonight's game with a 1-5 mark so far in the young season. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: KU-FAU

The Greene Room comes to you live from Allen Fieldhouse, where the Jayhawks have a chance to make LawThe Greene Room comes to you live from the KU-Florida Atlantic game in Allen Fieldhouse, which marks the return of Jayhawk great Rex Walters to the building, this time as the head coach of the opposition. Enter The Greene Room »


Extra Minutes: Kansas 87, Florida Atlantic 49

Tying up loose ends from Kansas' 87-49 pasting of Florida Atlantic, coached by former Jayhawk great Rex Walters. Brandon Rush led the Jayhawks in scoring, notching 17 points for the second straight game, but this time doing so in just 19 minutes on the floor. Read more and hear postgame audio »


Bill Self's postgame press conference

Kansas coach Bill Self met with the media following his team's 87-49 drilling of Rex Walters' Florida Atlantic squad, which served as a tune-up for the highly-publicized matchup this Sunday with O.J. Mayo, Davon Jefferson and Southern Cal out in Los Angeles. Brandon Rush led four Jayhawks in double figures with 17 points, while Darnell Jackson scored 13 in his first start of the season, taking the place of Sasha Kaun. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »


The Keegan Ratings: Rush sensational again

Brandon Rush again scored 17 points for the Jayhawks, again looked impressive coming off ACL surgery and again landed atop The Keegan Ratings. Read more »


KU-FAU photo gallery

See photos from KU's sixth straight win to open up the 2007-08 campaign. See photos »


KU-FAU box score

Check out the final stats from KU's beatdown of Florida Atlantic. While Brandon Rush led four Jayhawks in double figures with 17 points, KU held FAU to a 31.4 percent showing from the floor and crashed the glass better than it did in Sunday's overtime win against Arizona. See stats »