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

» Knocked off the top (By Gary Bedore)

» Setback could be costly (By Tom Keegan)

» Langford looks on (By Ryan Greene)

» UT's James dominates after break (By Tom Keegan)

» Kansas basketball notebook (By Gary Bedore )


Game Updates: Kansas-Texas

AUSTIN, Texas - One down, one to go. That's the way it is right now for No. 3 Kansas University, who faces its second major backcourt challenge in a three-day stretch tonight in Austin, Texas, against the No. 11 Longhorns. Texas (19-4 overall, 6-2 Big 12) is coming off a 71-65 overtime win Saturday on the road over Iowa State. The effort was paced by junior guard A.J. Abrams' 25 points, including seven three-pointers. Abrams, who averaged 18.5 points per contest in two meetings with the Jayhawks in 2006-07, leads the 'Horns with 72 treys made. He's averaging 17.9 points per game this season, which is second on the team to sophomore D.J. Augustin, putting away 19.7 points and 5.4 assists a night. Augustin was the Big 12 preseason Player of the Year. Read more »


The Greene Room Live: KU-Texas

The Greene Room comes to you live from Austin, where Bill Self goes for his first win at the Erwin Center in three tries as KU's coach. Enter The Greene Room »


Extra Minutes: Texas 72, Kansas 69

Tying up loose ends from KU's second loss of the season, this one coming in Austin to the No. 11 Texas Longhorns. KU was stellar offensively for a half, but shot poorly after halftime and was outrebounded 23-12 after the break. Read more and hear postgame audio »


Bill Self's postgame press conference

KU coach Bill Self met with the media after his team's 72-69 loss to Texas down in Austin. The Jayhawks fell behind in the second half in large part because of the post presence both in the point column and on the glass from Texas in the final 20 minutes. Texas sophomore Damion James scored 12 of his 14 points after the break and ripped down all 13 of his rebounds in that period. In fact, he outrebounded KU 13-12 in the second half. Listen here and subscribe to postgame press conferences on iTunes »


Spodcasters: Track-style Texas tune-up

Ryan Greene, Gary Bedore and Tom Keeagn take a look at just what went wrong for KU in a Big Monday loss in Austin, 72-69 at the hands of Texas. Plus, the guys discuss Mario Chalmers' further development as the Jayhawks' go-to guy and just what right now would be considered KU's best win in the 2007-08 season. Listen here and subscribe to Spodcasters in iTunes » | Visit The Spodcasters on Myspace »


The Keegan Ratings: Moxie and numbers for Chalmers

Mario Chalmers had 13 points on an average shooting night in a loss for KU, but further established himself as KU's go-to guy in crunch time, hitting one key three in the final minute and nearly nailing another. Read more »


KU-Texas photo gallery

See photos from KU's second loss of the season. The Jayhawks played in front of 16,775 at the Erwin Center, including some recognizable faces. Among them were UT football greats Aaron Ross and Vince Young, plus former KU guard Keith Langford. See photos »


KU-Texas box score

Check out the final stats from a KU's loss in Austin. The Jayhawks were led by Darrell Arthur's 22 points, but KU was outrebounded 36-35 in the game and, more notably, 23-12 in the game's final 20 minutes. See stats »