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» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore)

Game Updates: Kansas-Colorado

Boulder, Colo. - If there was any pressure for the Kansas University men's basketball team with carrying an undefeated record through 20 games this season, it's off the shoulders by now, less than 72 hours removed from an 84-75 loss to Kansas State. A trip to Boulder looks to be the perfect elixir as the Jayhawks (20-1 overall, 5-1 Big 12) continue a stretch of three games in six days today with a 2:30 p.m. showdown with the Buffs (9-11, 1-5). Colorado, under first-year coach Jeff Bzdelik, on paper looks sorely outmatched against KU, who swept the season series with CU a year ago with ease. Read more »

The Greene Room Live: KU-Colorado

The Greene Room comes to you live from Boulder, where KU takes on the 9-11 Colorado Buffaloes in an attempt to bounce back from the first loss of the 2007-08 season. Enter The Greene Room »

Extra Minutes: Kansas 72, Colorado 59

Tying up loose ends from KU's 13-point win Saturday in Colorado. The Jayhawks were tied 30-30 with the Buffs at halftime before a late second half run woke Bill Self's squad up, filled with highlight slams that gave KU an extra boost heading into Monday's rematch with Mizzou. Read more and hear postgame audio »

Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self talks with the media outside the locker room after his team woke up to take down Colorado 72-59 in Boulder. The win put the Jayhawks a half-game ahead of K-State for first place in the Big 12 standings, but KU needed a halftime pick-me-up from Self, which included the delivery of the news that KSU fell to Missouri in Columbia. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »

Spodcasters: Flatiron hangover (...and cure)

Ryan Greene and Gary Bedore examine just how KU went from a team visibly hungover from its loss Wednesday night at K-State to its old form late in the second half, taking down Colorado 72-59. The guys also discuss how Mario Chalmers has become KU's legitimate go-to guy, whether Sherron Collins can ever finally get back to early season form and the undervalued contributions lately of Sasha Kaun. Plus, a look ahead to Monday night's rematch with Mizzou in Allen Fieldhouse. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »

The (sorta) Keegan Ratings: Mario awakens the beast

None of the final numbers will make you turn your head in amazement, but Mario Chalmers provided the second half spark - and highlight - that woke KU up from its slumber. Read more »

KU-Colorado photo gallery

See photos from KU's 72-59 win over Colorado on the heels of its first loss of the season. The Jayhawks did so in front of a crowd about half-filled with crimson and blue. See photos »

KU-Colorado box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's win in Boulder. Darnell Jackson led all Jayhawks with 18 points, including a 10-of-10 showing at the free throw line. Mario Chalmers was also solid, finishing with eight points, six assists, four rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots. See stats »