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Today's opponent is Boston College. Check out their schedule, roster and stats.

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Game Updates: KU-Boston College

Boston - So much for second half woes striking on the road for a third time. The Jayhawks put on a show, start to finish with the exception of a few minutes midway through the second half, and slammed Boston College Saturday on Chestnut Hill, 85-60. It was nearly the same score as last year (84-66), and KU goes down with a sweep of the two-game home-and-home series with the Eagles. Darnell Jackson and Darrell Arthur carried the load in the traditional way to start the game and never let up. The two were able to get more involved in transition late in the game, and finished with a combined 47 points on 19-of-25 shooting. They were also a combined 9-of-10 from the free throw line. The team was 15-of-19 from the stripe. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: KU-Boston College

The Greene Room comes to you live from Boston, where the Jayhawks look to remain undefeated as the non-conference schedule is about to dry up. Enter The Greene Room »


Extra Minutes: Kansas 85, Boston College 60

Tying up loose ends from the Jayhawks' 85-60 win at Boston College, which included a 25-7 run to close out the first half - possibly the team's most complete half played this season. Read more and hear postgame audio »


The Keegan Ratings: Jackson makes it a three-peat

Darnell Jackson's career-high 25 points put him atop The Keegan Ratings for the third straight game, padding his lead on the season standings even more. Read more »


KU-Boston College photo gallery

See photos from KU's third road win of the 2007-08 season, making the Jayhawks 14-0 with one non-conference game to go. See photos »


KU-Boston College box score

Check out the final stats from KU's 85-60 win in Boston. The Jayhawk big men were the story of the game, as Darnell Jackson and Darrell Arthur combined for 47 points and 16 rebounds in the route. See stats »