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Tonight's opponent is Southern Cal. Check out their schedule, roster and stats.

» Mario steals spotlight (By Gary Bedore)

» Mayo, Arthur not picky (By Tom Keegan)

» Trojans OK allowing 3 (By Tom Keegan)

» Robinson provides sticky 'D' on Mayo (By Gary Bedore)

» KU hoops notebook (By Gary Bedore)

Gameday Cram Session: KU-USC

Ryan Greene and Tom Keegan connect over the phone to preview the Jayhawks' game Sunday afternoon against Southern Cal in Los Angeles and the Trojans' headlining act - all-world freshman O.J. Mayo. Fourth-ranked Kansas will face its second Pac-10 foe in a week in 6-1 USC. KU defeated Arizona 76-72 in overtime last Sunday. Listen here and subscribe to Gameday Cram Session in iTunes »

Game Updates: KU-USC

Los Angeles - Loads of NBA scouts and a national television crew are in the house - along with more than 10,000 spectators - to watch on of the nation's more highly-anticipated games of the pre-conference season. No. 4 Kansas today will be one of the biggest opponents to set foot in the Galen Center, now in its second season of operation on the campus of Southern California University. The 6-0 Jayhawks will have their hands full against the 6-1 Trojans, who since a surprising opening night loss to Mercer have been untouchable. Most recently, USC took down Oklahoma in its Pac-10/Big 12 Hardwood Series contest, 66-55 Thursday night here in LA. Read more »

The Greene Room Live: KU-USC

The Greene Room comes to you live from Los Angeles, where Bill Self's squad will create a Sunday diversion for KU fans anxiously awaiting the football team's bowl fate. Enter The Greene Room »

Extra Minutes: Kansas 59, Southern Cal 55

Tying up loose ends from KU's 59-55 win in the Galen Center - a game in which neither team shot well and rebounding proved to be pivotal in the outcome...Mario Chalmers' late three and consistently solid defense on O.J. Mayo didn't hurt, either. Read more and hear postgame audio »

Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self met with some media in the hall following KU's 59-55 grinder of a win over Southern Cal. Self said KU didn't necessarily do anything special in guarding Southern Cal freshman O.J. Mayo, but rather used depth to their advantage in rotating plenty of guys on him - most notably Russell Robinson. Mario Chalmers' late three-pointer sealed it was a play meant for Darnell Jackson, but ended up keeping KU unbeaten in the 2007-08 campaign. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »

Spodcasters: Grindin' it out in Galen

Ryan Greene, Tom Keegan and Gary Bedore come to you from the Galen Center on the Southern Cal campus following KU's 59-55 win over the Trojans. The guys discuss what looks like Darnell Jackson's now permanent place as a starter, just what's going on with Darrell Arthur on offense and Mario Chalmers' flair for the dramatic. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »

The Keegan Ratings: Chalmers quite clutch

Mario Chalmers' clutch three capped a 17-point second half, put him atop The Keegan Ratings and kept KU undefeated in the 2007-08 campaign. Read more »

KU-USC photo gallery

See photos from KU's first game away from Allen Fieldhouse this season. See photos »

KU-USC box score

Check out the final stats from KU's grinder of a win in Southern California, where KU shot just 37.9 percent from the floor, but outrebounded USC 42-30 and was aided by a Mario Chalmers' late three to make it a four-point game. See stats »