Live from...Allen Fieldhouse

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

» 100 the hard way (By Gary Bedore)

» Collins turns on the jets (By Tom Keegan)

» Robinson key for Jayhawks (By Ryan Greene)

» Buford, brother to reunite Monday (By Gary Bedore)

» Bears happy to run with KU (By Ryan Wood)

Game Updates: Kansas-Baylor

It's not that they've been bad defensively, but Kansas head coach Bill Self just thinks his talented set of guards hasn't defended to its potential of late. No more time for that. Not with a fledgling Baylor ball club (17-4 overall, 5-2 Big 12) coming to Allen Fieldhouse tonight. The Bears feature one of the top three backcourts in the league, and in terms of depth are pretty close to what KU offers. Baylor - led by coach Scott Drew - comes to Lawrence with five players scoring in double figures on average. One name Jayhawk fans will be familiar with is that of senior Aaron Bruce, who averages 10.7 points a night on 44-percent shooting. The leader for the Bears' backcourt in terms of production is Curtis Jerrells. The Austin native averages 14.4 points per game and leads Baylor with 75 assists in 21 games. Read more »

The Greene Room Live: KU-Baylor

The Greene Room comes to you live from Allen Fieldhouse, where KU faces its biggest backcourt challenge yet in conference play against the surprising Baylor Bears. Enter The Greene Room »

Extra Minutes: Kansas 100, Baylor 90

While the backcourt defense wasn't in lockdown mode against Baylor, the Jayhawk's ballhandlers were able to get it going on the offensive end when need be Saturday night, ousting its scrappy visitors 100-90 in Allen Fieldhouse. Darrell Arthur led KU with 23 points, including 16 in the second half, as KU went without a three-pointer made for the first time this season. In all, five Jayhawks scored in double figures. Russell Robinson was 14-of-15 from the free throw line en route to scoring 22, while Sherron Collins scored 17 and dished four assists. Read more and hear postgame audio »

Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self spoke with the media following his team's 100-90 win over Baylor Saturday night in Allen Fieldhouse. It was just the third time in school history the Jayhawks have scored 100 points and not hit a single three-pointer. It was also KU's first game without a three made since the 1999-00 season. Self thought it was a good springboard into Monday's game in Austin, the only Big 12 city Self has yet to win in as the KU coach. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »

Spodcasters: Track-style Texas tune-up

Ryan Greene, Tom Keegan and Benton Smith take a last look at the track meet that was KU-Baylor Saturday night in Allen Fieldhouse. KU exploded for 64 points in the second half, outlasting the Bears 100-90. Will that same technique or showing work Monday night in Austin? Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »

The Keegan Ratings: Collins paces second half run

Sherron Collins showed more flashes of the freshman who zipped through Big 12 competition a year ago, scoring 17 points Saturday night and landing atop The Keegan Ratings. Read more »

KU-Baylor photo gallery

See photos from KU's home win over Baylor, featuring plenty of fast break photo-ops in a 100-90 offensive onslaught on both ends of the floor. See photos »

KU-Baylor box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's win over Baylor. Five Jayhawks scored in double figures - including Darrell Arthur and Russell Robinson topping the 20-point plateau. See stats »