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Live from...Allen Fieldhouse

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

» Robinson's steals help KU whale on Yale (By Gary Bedore)

» Jackson most improved (By Tom Keegan)

» KU gets steal-happy (By Tom Keegan)

» Holmes brothers struggle in return (By Jason Elmquist)

» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore)


Game Updates: KU-Yale

After a rare few days off in season, the Kansas men's basketball team returns to the floor tonight with a chance to shake off any Christmas rust against a visitor from the Ivy League. Yale - bringing 6-foot-6 twins and Olathe South alums Nick and Caleb Holmes - enters Allen Fieldhouse with a 3-6 mark on the season, and on paper in every way is an underdog tonight against the nation's No. 3 team. The 12-0 Jayhawks last played a week ago, slashing Miami (Ohio) 78-54 in front of a larger-than-usual holiday break crowd. The team then took a few days off for Christmas and is now back at it. After tonight, the Jayhawks travel to Boston for a weekend showdown in Chestnut Hill against BC, Saturday at 11 a.m. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: KU-Yale

The Greene Room comes to you live from courtside at KU's final home game of the calendar year. KU comes in as a heavy favorite over Yale, but this is the Jayhawks' first action since the brief holiday break. Enter The Greene Room »


Extra Minutes: Kansas 86, Yale 53

Tying up loose ends from KU's final game of the 2007 calendar year, smoking Yale out 86-53. The Jayhawks forced 27 Bulldog turnovers and recorded 18 steals, including a career-high eight by Russell Robinson. Read more and hear postgame audio »


Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self met with the media following his team's final game of the 2007 calendar year. The Jayhawks went out with a bang on both ends of the floor, highlighted by Russell Robinson's career-high eight steals and Darnell Jackson's 20 points, including a nifty steal-spin-and-score which drew praise from everyone in the packed Allen Fieldhouse. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »


The Keegan Ratings: Jackson's highlight shines brightestp

Darnell Jackson's highlight-reel play to start the second half was the most memorable piece of his 20-point performance against Yale, earning the senior his second straight landing atop The Ratings. Read more »


KU-Yale photo gallery

See photos from KU's final game of the 2007 calendar year. See photos »


KU-Yale box score

Check out the final stats from KU's 86-53 smashing of Yale to close out action for the year. The Jayhawks had four players in double figures, led by Darnell Jackson's 20 points. The senior big man cracked the 20-point barrier for just the second time this season. See stats »