Moss and Garrett explain how KU won crunch time at WVU
Morgantown, W.Va. — Down seven points on the road at WVU Coliseum midway through the second half, No. 3 Kansas picked up yet another Big 12 road win, 58-49, thanks in large part to some clutch plays by Isaiah Moss and Marcus Garrett down the stretch.
“I think I made some big shots today, and I tried to have an all-around game,” Moss said. “Coming in we were going to have to play defense, so that’s what I tried to do.”
Garrett’s impact came with a flurry of steals in the final minutes.
“We had to lock in,” Garrett said. We knew time was running down, and we had to get back in the game. We knew we had to turn it up defensively.”