There still were plenty of gruesome moments in the Jayhawks’ 58-49 victory Wednesday night. But none of them came at the end, when third-ranked Kansas outscored West Virginia 19-5 over the final 9:48 to cruise to victory in what historically has been one of the hardest places for KU coach Bill Self’s teams to win. Matt Tait
Morgantown, W.Va. — A shift of power in the paint Wednesday night at WVU Coliseum made a massive difference for No. 3 Kansas.
Morgantown, W.Va. — Just after Wednesday’s 58-49 KU victory over West Virginia, Kansas coach Bill Self announced that freshman Jalen Wilson would sit out the remainder of the 2019-20 season.
Not even a second meeting with a team it already has a win against could go in the favor of the Kansas women’s basketball team.
After trailing for much of the night, No. 3 Kansas took control in the last five-plus minutes to come away with a 58-49 victory over No. 14 West Virginia in WVU Coliseum on Wednesday.
The way Les Miles envisions their futures, several freshmen on the Kansas football roster should be far ahead of schedule by the time the 2020 season arrives. Six members of the Jayhawks’ latest signing class already are enrolled, attending KU classes and getting acclimated when they could still be seniors in high school. By Benton Smith
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