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Kansas guard Tristan Enaruna (13) soars in for a breakaway dunk against Monmouth during the second half on Friday, Nov. 15, 2019 at Allen Fieldhouse.

Runaway rout: No. 5 Kansas crushes Monmouth, 112-57

Six Jayhawks in double figures, 14 3-pointers, a thunderous, windmill dunk from freshman forward Tristan Enaruna, 30% field goal shooting by the opponent and KU’s walk-ons playing the final six minutes. Matt Tait

November 15, 2019

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