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Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger on 87-70 loss to Kansas

Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger spoke to reporters Saturday afternoon following an 87-70 loss to Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse.

The Jayhawks drilled 11 3-pointers, including a career-high six triples from junior guard Marcus Garrett, to complete the season sweep of the Sooners. Garrett led the way with 24 points, seven assists and four steals.

Kansas plays host to Iowa State on Monday.

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KU players following 87-70 win over Oklahoma

Kansas players Marcus Garrett, Devon Dotson and Udoka Azubuike spoke to reporters Saturday afternoon following an 87-70 win over Oklahoma in Allen Fieldhouse.

The Jayhawks drilled 11 3-pointers, including a career-high six triples from junior guard Marcus Garrett, to complete the season sweep of the Sooners. Garrett led the way with 24 points, seven assists and four steals.

Kansas plays host to Iowa State on Monday.

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Kansas coach Bill Self on 87-70 win over Oklahoma

Kansas coach Bill Self spoke to reporters Saturday afternoon following an 87-70 win over Oklahoma in Allen Fieldhouse.

The Jayhawks drilled 11 3-pointers, including a career-high six triples from junior guard Marcus Garrett, to complete the season sweep of the Sooners. Garrett led the way with 24 points, seven assists and four steals.

Kansas plays host to Iowa State on Monday.

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Kansas coach Bill Self speaks to media ahead of matchup with Oklahoma

Kansas coach Bill Self spoke to reporters on Friday outside the locker room in Allen Fieldhouse.

Entering Saturday's contest with a nine-game winning streak, KU is looking to post a win streak of 10 games or longer for the 17th time under Bill Self. The Jayhawks defeated the Sooners in the first meeting with a 66-52 victory on Jan. 14.

Kansas plays host to Oklahoma at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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Ochai Agbaji on how KU’s defense has improved since last meeting with OU

Kansas sophomore Ochai Agbaji spoke to reporters on Friday in the Allen Fieldhouse media room.

Agbaji was asked about how KU's defense has improved since the first meeting with Oklahoma on Jan. 14. Entering Saturday's contest with a nine-game winning streak, KU is looking to post a win streak of 10 games or longer for the 17th time under Bill Self.

Kansas (21-3, 10-1 Big 12) plays host to Oklahoma (16-8, 6-5) at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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KU junior Marcus Garrett on where his defensive intensity comes from

Kansas junior Marcus Garrett spoke to reporters on Friday in the Allen Fieldhouse media room.

Garrett was asked about where his defensive intensity came from and mentioned that he has a friendly competition with the other KU guards for each game. Entering Saturday's contest with a nine-game win streak, KU is looking to post a streak of 10 games or longer for the 17th time under Bill Self.

Kansas plays host to Oklahoma at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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KU Sports Extra - Country Road Warriors

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Bill Self: Isaiah Moss’ offense and team’s defense allowed KU to recover at WVU

Morgantown, W.Va. — Kansas coach Bill Self was pleased to see his Jayhawks recover for a 58-49 win after an unimpressive first half at West Virginia.

“I thought that West Virginia was a lot better than us in the first half — we were awful. We guarded OK, but we didn’t rebound and obviously we couldn’t score,” Self said.

“In the second half, I’m not saying we played great, we actually got pretty good looks. And then we guarded and rebounded better,” Self added. “We won the game, but I don’t know that we would’ve won it unless Isaiah was in the game. So he really helped us second half.”

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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.”

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