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KU Sports Extra - The End of a Rocky Road for Kansas Basketball

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K.J. Lawson details KU’s defensive problems vs. Auburn

After Auburn ended the Kansas basketball team’s season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, sophomore K.J. Lawson explained how issues on the defensive end of the floor made a rally difficult.

“You can’t trade baskets when you’re down,” Lawson said. “And we just didn’t put together enough stops in the beginning.”

The Tigers led by as many as 27 points while eliminating KU.

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Devon Dotson: Jayhawks’ season ended in painful fashion

In an emotional Kansas locker room Saturday night in Salt Lake City, Devon Dotson tried to put into words the various emotions that accompanied a season-ending loss for Kansas.

“It hurts,” Dotson said, wearing a towel on top of his head while surrounded by reporters and cameras. “It hurts.”

The Kansas basketball team’s freshman point guard finished with 13 points and 3 assists in an 89-75 loss in the NCAA Tournament’s second round.

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Dedric Lawson on KU’s struggles vs. Auburn

Following a season-ending defeat against Auburn, Dedric Lawson explains what went wrong for the Jayhawks.

“It was their shooting ability,” Lawson said of one of many keys to the Tigers’ success. “They made every shot in the first half. Made eight 3’s.”

Lawson finished the loss with 25 points and 10 rebounds

“That 25 don’t even matter,” he said. “We just lost by like 20. It doesn’t even matter.”

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Mitch Lightfoot on KU’s defensive lapses in loss to Auburn

For the first time since 2015, Kansas fell in the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.

KU suffered an 89-75 loss to Auburn Friday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jayhawks finished 26-10 on the year. It marked the second time in Bill Self's tenure that Kansas has lost 10 games in a year, as the other campaign was 2014.

Auburn advanced to its fifth Sweet 16 in program history and first since 2003.

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Quentin Grimes calls this season a ‘roller-coaster ride’ for the Jayhawks

For the first time since 2015, Kansas fell in the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.

KU suffered an 89-75 loss to Auburn Friday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jayhawks finished 26-10 on the year. It marked the second time in Bill Self's tenure that Kansas has lost 10 games in a year, as the other campaign was 2014.

Auburn advanced to its fifth Sweet 16 in program history and first since 2003.

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Ochai Agbaji says Auburn was more aggressive than Kansas in Round of 32

For the first time since 2015, Kansas fell in the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.

KU suffered an 89-75 loss to Auburn Friday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jayhawks finished 26-10 on the year. It marked the second time in Bill Self's tenure that Kansas has lost 10 games in a year, as the other campaign was 2014.

Auburn advanced to its fifth Sweet 16 in program history and first since 2003.

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Bill Self says KU did not do enough to make Auburn play poorly

For the first time since 2015, Kansas fell in the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.

KU suffered an 89-75 loss to Auburn Friday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Jayhawks finished 26-10 on the year. It marked the second time in Bill Self's tenure that Kansas has lost 10 games in a year, as the other campaign was 2014.

Auburn advanced to its fifth Sweet 16 in program history and first since 2003.

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Mitch Lightfoot says KU will have to take away 3-point line against Auburn

Kansas will take on Auburn in the Round of 32 at approximately 8:40 p.m. on Saturday Vivint Smart Home Arena.

The Jayhawks, who are the fourth seed in the Midwest Region, are coming off an 87-53 win over Northeastern. Fifth-seeded Auburn outlasted New Mexico State for a 78-77 victory in the opening round.

The Tigers have won nine games in a row since an 80-53 defeat at Kentucky. Kansas is 9-3 since moving to a starting lineup that features four freshmen and Dedric Lawson.

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David McCormack on how KU’s youth could be a factor against Auburn

Kansas will take on Auburn in the Round of 32 at approximately 8:40 p.m. on Saturday Vivint Smart Home Arena.

The Jayhawks, who are the fourth seed in the Midwest Region, are coming off an 87-53 win over Northeastern. Fifth-seeded Auburn outlasted New Mexico State for a 78-77 victory in the opening round.

The Tigers have won nine games in a row since an 80-53 defeat at Kentucky. Kansas is 9-3 since moving to a starting lineup that features four freshmen and Dedric Lawson.

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