Images from Tuesday night's game between the Jayhawks and Cowboys at Allen Fieldhouse
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self speaks with the media following the Jayhawks' win over Oklahoma State, a game Self described as both "long" and "bad," due to the lack of flow.The KU coach said he was discouraged by the technical fouls his team picked up, as well.
Kansas University basketball players Frank Mason III, Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre Jr. meet with the media following the Jayhawks' 67-57 home win over Oklahoma State. The Jayhawks discuss the technical fouls, the style of the game and Alexander's highlight jam.
Terrance Ferguson, a 6-foot-6 junior shooting guard from Prime Prep Academy in Dallas, attended Tuesday’s 67-57 Kansas University basketball victory over Oklahoma State.
In Lawrence for an unofficial recruiting visit, Ferguson is ranked No. 8 nationally in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com.
Ferguson has already made unofficial trips to Oklahoma State and Louisville. He’s also considering Arkansas, Arizona, Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas A&M;, Virginia and Texas.
“I want to try and go see all of my choices,” Ferguson told Rivals.com. “I’m looking for the coaching staff and how the team is built around family and the type of play.”
Prime Prep coach Ray Forsett told Rivals: “We want him to look at academics and to be a true student-athlete. We also want him to look for a coach that will push him and to help him keep growing as a basketball player and a man. Development is huge too because we want to keep that going.”