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Joe Dineen tops ratings in 45-0 loss at Iowa State

Kansas linebacker Joe Dineen Jr. (29) and the Jayhawks show their frustration as Iowa State wide receiver Marchie Murdock (16) runs in another touchdown during the third quarter on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa.

Kansas linebacker Joe Dineen Jr. (29) and the Jayhawks show their frustration as Iowa State wide receiver Marchie Murdock (16) runs in another touchdown during the third quarter on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa. by Nick Krug

1 - Joe Dineen: In on 16 tackles, 10 solo, two behind the line. Battled hard from first play to last.

2 - Daniel Wise: Forced a fumble, picked up a sack and two quarterback hurries.

3 - Osaze Ogbebor: Looked quick and was in on eight tackles, five unassisted.

4 - Dorance Armstrong: In on four tackles and was credited with two pass breakups and a quarterback hurry.

5 - Hakeem Adeniji: Kept edge rushers off the quarterback all day.

6 - Isaiah Bean: Still having trouble putting on weight, but used is speed for a sack and was in on three tackles.

7 - Hasan Defense: Back from a bout with mono, made a nice play in end zone, breaking up pass intended for Allen Lazard.

8 - Josh Ehambe: Credited with a sack and a forced fumble.

9 - Bryce Torneden: Four solo tackles, two assists and one for a loss. Slipped on wet turf once to allow a touchdown, but generally player better since moving to nickel from safety.

10 - KeyShaun Simmons: D-linemen capitalized on increased playing time to be in on five tackles, two solo, one behind the line.

SEASON STANDINGS

1 (tie) - Dorance Armstrong (36)

2 - Daniel Wise (34)

3 - Joe Dineen (31)

4 - Steven Sims (29)

5 - Khalil Herbert (27)

6 - Ben Johnson (20)

7 (tie) - Mike Lee (15)

7 (tie) - Hasan Defense (15)

9 - Chase Harrell (14)

10 - Hakeem Adeniji (13)

11 (tie) - Dom Williams (11)

11 (tie) - Josh Ehambe (11)

13 - Ryan Schadler (10)

14 - Peyton Bender (9)

15 - Osaze Ogbebor (8)

16 - Quan Hampton (7)

17 (tie) - Jeremiah Booker (6)

17 (tie) - Evan Fairs (6)

17 (tie) - Taylor Martin (6)

20 (tie) - Isaiah Bean (5)

20 (tie) - Mesa Ribordy (5)

22 (tie) - Zach Hanon (2)

22 (tie) - Chris Hughes (2)

22 (tie) - Deron Thompson (2)

22 (tie) - Bryce Torneden (2)

26 (tie) - J.J. Holmes (1)

26 (tie) - Keith Loneker (1)

26 (tie) - KeyShaun Simmons (1)

26 (tie) - Shakial Taylor (1)

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Dorance Armstrong tops ratings in 65-19 loss to Texas Tech

Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. (2) sacks Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek (16) during the second quarter on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017 at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. (2) sacks Texas Tech quarterback Nic Shimonek (16) during the second quarter on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017 at Memorial Stadium. by Nick Krug

1 - Dorance Armstrong: Picked up his first sack of the season and didn’t stop there. Forced and recovered a fumble and was in on nine tackles, including four solos.

2 - Steven Sims: Played through some pain on way to five catches for 102 yards.

3 - Josh Ehambe: Had a 10-yard sack, four solo tackles and three assists.

4 - Khalil Herbert: Broke free for what would have been a touchdown but was run down from behind when his hamstring tightened and he did not return after the 45-yard gain. Rushed for 65 yards on 10 carries.

5 - Daniel Wise: Had a sack and teamed with Armstrong on a tackle behind the line. In on five tackles, two solos.

6 - Ben Johnson: Caught five passes for 55 yards. Knows how to get open and gets down field for blocks too.

7 - Joe Dineen: Four solo tackles and five assists and had a pass breakup and a tackle behind the line.

8 - Mike Lee: Had an interception and eight solo tackles but also missed a number of tackles.

9 - Jeremiah Booker: Caught three passes for 39 yards and a touchdown.

10 - Keith Loneker: Three solo tackles and two assists.

SEASON STANDINGS

1 (tie) - Dorance Armstrong (29)

1 (tie) - Steven Sims (29)

3 - Khalil Herbert (27)

4 - Daniel Wise (25)

5 - Joe Dineen (21)

6 - Ben Johnson (20)

7 - Mike Lee (15)

8 - Chase Harrell (14)

9 (tie) - Dom Williams (11)

9 (tie) - Hasan Defense (11)

11 - Ryan Schadler (10)

12 - Peyton Bender (9)

13 - Josh Ehambe (8)

14 (tie) - Hakeem Adeniji (7)

14 (tie) - Quan Hampton (7)

16 (tie) - Jeremiah Booker (6)

16 (tie) - Evan Fairs (6)

16 (tie) - Taylor Martin (6)

19 - Mesa Ribordy (5)

20 (tie) - Zach Hanon (2)

20 (tie) - Chris Hughes (2)

20 (tie) - Deron Thompson (2)

23 (tie) - J.J. Holmes (1)

23 (tie) - Keith Loneker (1)

23 (tie) - Shakial Taylor (1)

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Khalil Herbert rushes for 291 yards, tops ratings vs. West Virginia

Kansas sophomore running back Khalil Herbert is taken off of his feet by a West Virginia defender during the first quarter on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas sophomore running back Khalil Herbert is taken off of his feet by a West Virginia defender during the first quarter on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 at Memorial Stadium. by Nick Krug

1 - Khalil Herbert: Speed, balance, strength, tremendous cutting ability. It all adds up to teremendous potential. Yet, he carried the football just three times for 10 yards in the first two weeks, which didn’t add up. He earned more playing time by improving his practice habits. And Saturday at Memorial Stadium he turned in the best rushing performance of any KU running back since Tony Sands (396 yards vs. Missouri), gaining 291 yards on 36 carries with two touchdowns and a long run of 67 yards. The previous week, at Ohio, Herbert rushed for 137 yards and two touchdowns on 19 rushes. He’s averaging 7.6 yards per carry.

2 - Steven Sims: Broke free along the left sideline and Peyton Bender zipped a long one, hitting him right in stride for a 64-yard gain, a beauty at both ends of the play. Also scored on a 7-yard touchdown reception. Finished with six catches for 99 yards.

3 - Hasan Defense: Contributed the best performance by a member of the KU secondary all season. Turned a 50-50 ball into an interception by ripping it away, had a pass breakup and did not a nice job of staying with his man.

4 - Ben Johnson: Was a factor in run game with strong blocking, caught one pass for 23 yards and made himself avaiable on passes that went elsewhere.

5 - Taylor Martin: Threw a beautiful block on a blitzer to enable Peyton Bender to throw his touchdown pass. Also rushed for 59 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries, an average of 5.4 yards per carry. Fell down or might have been able to put himself in position to catch wide-receiver pass from Sims.

6 - Mesa Ribordy: A factor in clearing running room up the middle, Ribordy steadily improves.

7 - Hakeem Adeniji: A lot is put on the true sophomore left tackle and he’s always up to the task.

8 - Mike Lee: Made 10 solo tackles that led to who knows how many extra bags of ice worn after the game by Mountaineers.

9 - Chris Hughes: Might not have been as big a factor in the run game as fellow guard Andru Tovi, but wasn’t penalized as many times.

10 - Joe Dineen: Missed a lot of tackles for second week in a row but also had 11 solo tackles and three assists and made two stops behind the line, plus a quarterback hurry.

SEASON STANDINGS

1 (tie) - Khalil Herbert (20)

1 (tie) - Steven Sims (20)

3 (tie) - Dorance Armstrong (19)

3 (tie) - Daniel Wise (19)

5 - Joe Dineen (17)

6 - Ben Johnson (15)

7 - Chase Harrell (14)

8 - Mike Lee (12)

9 (tie) - Dom Williams (11)

9 (tie) - Hasan Defense (11)

11 - Ryan Schadler (10)

12 - Peyton Bender (9)

13 (tie) - Hakeem Adeniji (7)

13 (tie) - Quan Hampton (7)

15 (tie) - Evan Fairs (6)

15 (tie) - Taylor Martin (6)

17 - Mesa Ribordy (5)

18 - Jeremiah Booker (4)

19 (tie) - Zach Hannon (2)

19 (tie) - Chris Hughes (2)

19 (tie) - Deron Thompson (2)

22 (tie) - J.J. Holmes (one)

22 (tie) - Shakial Taylor (one)

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Khalil Herbert tops ratings in loss at Ohio

Kansas running back Khalil Herbert (10) takes off on a touchdown run past Ohio safety Kylan Nelson (23) during the second quarter on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio.

Kansas running back Khalil Herbert (10) takes off on a touchdown run past Ohio safety Kylan Nelson (23) during the second quarter on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 at Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio. by Nick Krug

1 - Khalil Herbert: Busted up the middle to open space and motored 56 yards for a touchdown and had more than 100 yards in the first half. Finished with 137 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries.

2 - Mike Lee: Big third-quarter interception in end zone with fancy footwork that enabled him to stay inbounds was game’s first turnover. Lee also was credited with a pass breakup and in on nine tackles, four of the solo variety, one for a loss.

3 - Dorance Armstrong: Three solo tackles, six assists and two tackles for seven yards in losses. Active in the run game. Still seeking his first sack of the season.

4 - Daniel Wise: In on six tackles, one behind the line of scrimmage.

5 - Evan Fairs: Big, fast, graceful, good pair of hands. The 6-foot-3, 195-pound sophomore from Fulshear, Texas is progressing nicely. Caught three passes for 77 yards. Exciting talent.

6 - Chase Harrell: Made terrific touchdown catch and had five receptions for 88 yards.

7 - Jeremiah Booker: Caught four passes for 59 yards and a touchdown.

8 - Hakeem Adeniji: When you tend not to notice the left tackle, that’s generally a good sign in much the same way as not noticing the third-base coach means he had a good night.

9 - Zach Hannon: Graduate transfer limited to special-teams duty during his Nebraska career took younger Antione Frazier’s spot at right tackle early in the game and upgraded the run game and pass protection.

10 - Steven Sims: Six catches for 60 yards for the junior coming off an ankle injury.

SEASON STANDINGS

1 (tie) - Dorance Armstrong (19)

1 (tie) - Daniel Wise (19)

3 - Joe Dineen (16)

4 - Chase Harrell (14)

5 (tie) - Dom Williams (11)

5 (tie) - Steven Sims (11)

7 (tie) - Ryan Schadler (10)

7 (tie) - Khalil Herbert (10)

9 (tie) - Mike Lee (nine)

9 (tie) - Peyton Bender (nine)

9 (tie) - Dom Williams (nine)

12 - Ben Johnson (eight)

13 - Quan Hampton (seven)

14 - Evan Fairs (six)

15 - Jeremiah Booker (four)

16 (tie) - Hakeem Adeniji (three)

16 (tie) - Hasan Defense (three)

18 (tie) - Zach Hannon (two)

18 (tie) - Deron Thompson (two)

20 (tie) - J.J. Holmes (one)

20 (tie) - Shakiel Taylor (one)

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Versatile, speedy Ryan Schadler tops ratings in loss to Central Michigan

Kansas wide receiver Ryan Schadler (33) is bumped by CMU defensive back Josh Cox (21) during the Jayhawks game against Central Michigan Saturday, Sept. 9 at Memorial Stadium. Pass interference was called on Cox.

Kansas wide receiver Ryan Schadler (33) is bumped by CMU defensive back Josh Cox (21) during the Jayhawks game against Central Michigan Saturday, Sept. 9 at Memorial Stadium. Pass interference was called on Cox. by Mike Yoder

1 - Ryan Schadler: Went 33 yards untouched on end-around reverse and returned a kickoff 46 yards, showcasing his sprinter’s speed on both plays. Also caught six passes for 60 yards and drew a pass-interference penalty.

2 - Dom Williams: Played the entire way as if the game were tied and rushed for 64 yards and two touchdowns in his second game out of high school. Also caught five passes for 42 yards.

3 - Joe Dineen: Did a nice job of getting into the backfield early and finished with 12 tackles (nine solo), 2.5 tackles for loss and one quarterback hurry.

4 - Quan Hampton: Remarkably quick at changing directions, Hampton rushed for 13 yards and caught six passes for 67 yards.

5 - Dorance Armstrong: Made seven tackles, including 1.5 behind the line. Still in search of first sack of season. Team went without one Saturday.

6 - Daniel Wise: Made three solo tackles, one behind the line, and batted a pass to the turf.

7 - Ben Johnson: Made seven receptions for 57 yards and showed speed hustling into position to make key block on Schadler’s touchdown.

8 - Chase Harrell: Caught three passes for 39 yards and had fumble recovery on punt.

9 - Deron Thompson: Rushed for 48 yards on 10 carries and caught a pass for a 4-yard gain.

10 - J.J. Holmes: Was in on five tackles, one behind the line.

SEASON STANDINGS

1 - Joe Dineen (16)

2 - Daniel Wise (12)

3 (tie) - Dorance Armstrong (11)

3 (tie) - Dom Williams (11)

5 (tie) - Steven Sims (10)

5 (tie) - Ryan Schadler (10)

7 (tie) - Peyton Bender (nine)

7 (tie) - Dom Williams (nine)

7 (tie) - Chase Harrell (nine)

10 - Ben Johnson (eight)

11 - Quan Hampton (seven)

12 - Hasan Defense (3)

13 - Deron Thompson (2)

14 (tie) - J.J. Holmes (1)

14 (tie) - Shakiel Taylor (1)

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Junior wideout runs wild, tops ratings in KU opener

Kansas wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. (11) tears up the sideline on a touchdown run during the first quarter on Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 at Memorial Stadium.

Kansas wide receiver Steven Sims Jr. (11) tears up the sideline on a touchdown run during the first quarter on Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017 at Memorial Stadium. by Nick Krug

The top players and performers from Kansas football's season-opening, 38-16 victory over Southeast Missouri State on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium.

1 – Steven Sims – Set the tone early with his 77-yard touchdown sprint on a routine third-down conversion that gave Kansas a 7-0 lead. Finished with 142 yards and two TDs on four receptions and also proved sure-handed and effective as the Jayhawks’ top punt returner.

2 – Peyton Bender – The first-year QB’s Kansas debut did not disappoint. Despite not knowing he was starting until he ran onto the field, Bender finished 23-of-37 passing for 364 yards and four touchdowns, making quick decisions and flashing his big arm and quality accuracy. It was far from a flawless night, but he threw so many catchable balls and led the Kansas offense with poise.

3 – Joe Dineen Jr. - Back from a right hamstring injury that cost him most of the 2016 season, the junior linebacker picked up right where he left off, finishing with 15 tackles (11 solo and 2.5 for loss) to lead the Kansas defense.

4 – Daniel Wise – His overall numbers were not eye-popping, but his numbers were all over the place. So was Wise, from disrupting things in the backfield to chasing ball carriers down from behind. Wise finished with five tackles (all solo), three tackles for loss and two QB hurries.

5 – Chase Harrell – Most of his contributions came early, but they were big. A fourth-down catch kept one KU drive alive and his highlight-reel touchdown grab gave the Jayhawks a 14-0 lead. Hauled in two catches for 17 yards and added a heck of a hit on special teams, as well.

6 – Dorance Armstrong – Double-teamed and chipped most of the night, the Big 12’s preseason defensive player of the year still found a way to get close to SEMO QB Jesse Hosket, breathing on him for three quarterback hurries and adding three tackles, two solo, and 0.5 for loss.

7 – Ben Johnson – Take away the 57-yard touchdown catch in which he slipped down the seam and was left wide open for the Jayhawks’ easiest touchdown of the night, and Johnson still had a productive opening night to his final season in a KU uniform. Add it to his two other catches and you’re looking at a productive night.

8 – Hasan Defense – The aptly named KU cornerback picked up five tackles and two pass break-ups while bringing energy and emotion to the KU secondary throughout the night.

9 – Dom Williams – Flashed some burst and quickness that could be huge for the KU running game this season. Scored Kansas’ only rushing touchdown of the night on a 10-yard scamper up the middle early in the third quarter. Finished with

10 – Shakial Taylor – Like his newcomer counterpart on the other side, Taylor had a couple of memorable hits, two tackles and two pass break-ups while keeping Hosket from getting comfortable all night.

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Frank Mason tops ratings in loss to Oregon and for season

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) puts up a three over Oregon guard Casey Benson (2) during the first half on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Sprint Center.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) puts up a three over Oregon guard Casey Benson (2) during the first half on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Sprint Center. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Kansas scored 33 first-half points and Mason scored 17 of them, including points 17 through 31. He went in among the trees again, making floater after floater and 2 of 4 3-pointers. Finished with 21 points. Had at least a share of the team scoring lead in 25 of 34 games.

2 - Josh Jackson: Picked up a phantom second foul with 17:23 left in the first half, limiting him to 10 ineffective first-half minutes. Scored all 10 of his points in the final 11:23 and led the team with 12 rebounds and five assists. Had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the second half.

3 - Lagerald Vick: Gave Kansas a boost off the bench when Jackson encountered foul trouble. Had seven points and two assists in 17 first-half minutes.

4 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Made 2 of 4 3-points shots, had 10 points and two steals and didn’t pick up a rebound or an assist.

5 - Landen Lucas: Couldn’t beat the quicker, more explosive Jordan Bell (11 points, 13 rebounds, four blocked shots) to rebounds and missed a couple of hook shots early. Finished with nine points and three rebounds..

6 - Devonte’ Graham: Hottest shooter on team in first three tournament games came up the coldest in season finale. Went 0 for 7 from the field and 0 for 6 from 3-point range and scored just three points.

7 - Dwight Coleby: Hung in there for four minutes and grabbed an offensive rebound in four minutes.

FINAL SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 331

2 - Josh Jackson - 298

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 289

4 - Landen Lucas - 232

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 219

6 - Lagerald Vick - 189

7 - Carlton Bragg - 150

8 - Dwight Coleby - 79

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 61

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48

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Nation’s top college basketball player tops ratings vs. Purdue

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) floats a shot over Purdue forward Vince Edwards (12) during the second half, Thursday, March 23, 2017 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) floats a shot over Purdue forward Vince Edwards (12) during the second half, Thursday, March 23, 2017 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Floaters, a baseline jumper, hard drives to the hoop, 4 of 5 3-pointers and 4 of 5 free throws on his way to 26 points. He still had enough energy to mix in seven rebounds and seven assists.

2 - Devonte’ Graham: Wow! He’s as hot from the outside as anybody in the country and made 5 of 9 3-pointers, giving him 13 of 22 for the tournament. He scored 26 points, drove so aggressively to the hoop that he was able to make 7 of 9 free throws, and even with such an aggressive night he turned it over just once. had two assists and a steal.

3 - Josh Jackson: Such an active, versatile defender, Jackson knew that this night, more than ever, he would be needed on the boards at both ends and he responded with 15 points, 12 rebounds and four steals.

4 - Lagerald Vick: Stepped into the passing lane and executed a 360-degree dunk, a gutsy move that inspired the team to even greater heights. Good thing for him that he made it.

5 - Landen Lucas: Caleb Swanigan attempted just two field goals and scored six points in the first half and Lucas had a lot to do with that. Isaac Haas (all 11 points in the first half) was a tougher challenge for Lucas, who should be rested and ready to go Saturday after foul trouble limited him to 20 minutes.

6 - Svi Mykhailiuk: Hit a couple of big 3-pointers in the first half and finished with 10 points and three boards. Did not turn it over in 19 minutes.

7 - Dwight Coleby: Helped out with two points, a rebound, strong defense and four valuable fouls in 13 strong minutes.

8 - Carlton Bragg: Contributed six rebounds and a blocked shot in 10 scoreless minutes.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Hit a 3-point shot and in just two minutes scored five points.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 321

2 - Josh Jackson - 289

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 284

4 - Landen Lucas - 226

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 211

6 - Lagerald Vick - 182

7 - Carlton Bragg - 150

8 - Dwight Coleby - 75

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 61

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Josh Jackson tops ratings vs. Michigan State

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) lofts a shot over Michigan State guard Miles Bridges (22) during the first half on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla.

Kansas guard Josh Jackson (11) lofts a shot over Michigan State guard Miles Bridges (22) during the first half on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Okla. by Nick Krug

1 - Josh Jackson: Scored 14 of his 23 points in a second-half highlight show that featured a big step-back 3-pointer and a one-handed jam that punctuated a quick drive down the lane. Is 4 of 4 from the free-throw line during the tournament. Spent a lot of time above the rim at both ends and was credited with two blocked shots and two steals, although a review of the game video might reveal more than that in both categories.

2 - Frank Mason: When nothing else works, it's nice for Kansas to know that Mason can always get to the lane and then the free-throw line, where he made 8 of 8 free throws. Heading into the postseason, Mason said he didn't see why Kansas couldn't shoot 80 percent from the line. So far KU is 31 of 35, 89 percent. Mason had 20 points, five assists and three steals and did not commit a turnover.

3 - Devonte' Graham: Just as easily could be ranked No. 1 on this list. Made four 3-point shots for the second game in a row, scored 18 points and had four assists and four steals. Made great passes in transition and in the half-court.

4 - Landen Lucas: Battled foul trouble, so he was limited to 25 minutes, enough time to produce a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Made a couple of nice hook shots.

5 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: Solid with nine points, three rebounds and three assists without a turnover. Finished a nice lob from Graham for a flush in transition.

6 - Dwight Coleby: Kept Lucas' foul trouble from hurting Kansas. Entered in the second half and delivered three points, four rebounds and a steal. Had two huge offensive rebounds.

7 - Lagerald Vick: Had seven points and five rebounds, but needs to do a better job of recovering to his man behind the 3-point line.

8 - Carlton Bragg: Not his night. At all. Missed both shots, including a very easy one on an offensive rebound. Committed three fouls in five minutes.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Played in the final minute.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 311

2 - Josh Jackson - 281

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 275

4 - Landen Lucas - 220

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 206

6 - Lagerald Vick - 175

7 - Carlton Bragg - 146

8 - Dwight Coleby - 71

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 59

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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Frank Mason tops the ratings vs. UC Davis

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) hangs to finish a bucket off a lob over UC Davis guard Siler Schneider (5) during the first half on Friday, March 17, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0) hangs to finish a bucket off a lob over UC Davis guard Siler Schneider (5) during the first half on Friday, March 17, 2017 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. by Nick Krug

1 - Frank Mason: Led the team with 22 points and eight assists.

2 - Josh Jackson: Played where UC Davis players couldn't reach him and finished with 17 points and seven rebounds. He made 8 of 12 field goals and his only 3-point shot.

3 - Devonte' Graham: Made 4 of 7 shots, all 3-pointers and made all four free throws during a 16-point, four-assist night.

4 - Landen Lucas: Dominated the interior with 13 points and 11 rebounds against the much shorter Aggies.

5 - Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk: The partisan KU crowd counted down the shot clock, “Four, three, two, one,” as the tightly guarded Mykhailiuk executed a couple of dribble moves to free space for himself and got off a shot just in time. Swish. The 3-pointer pushed KU’s lead to 77-43 midway through the second half. He finished with 16 points, despite making just 2 of 7 3-pointers.

6 - Carlton Bragg: Had six points and five rebounds in 13 minutes.

7 - Lagerald Vick: Totaled three points and five rebounds in 25 minutes. Missed both 3-pointers, one of them hitting the side of the backboard.

8 - Dwight Coleby: Two points, three rebounds and a turnover in seven minutes.

9 - Mitch Lightfoot: Scoreless with two blocked shots and an assist in six minutes.

SEASON STANDINGS

1- Frank Mason - 302

2 - Josh Jackson - 271

3 - Devonte’ Graham - 267

4 - Landen Lucas - 213

5 - Svi Mykhailiuk - 200

6 - Lagerald Vick - 171

7 - Carlton Bragg - 143

8 - Dwight Coleby - 66

9- Mitch Lightfoot - 57

10 - Udoka Azubuike - 48 (out for season)

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