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Men's Basketball 2018-19 coverage

Kansas defeats TCU, 77-68

  • 8 p.m., Jan. 9, 2019
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Self: Doc says Azubuike's surgery 'couldn't have gone any better'

While most, if not all, followers of Kansas basketball knew that KU junior Udoka Azubuike would not play in Wednesday night’s 77-68 victory over No. 25 TCU, there were a few who were curious where he was during the 7th-ranked Jayhawks’ bounce-back win at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

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Oh my, Ochai: KU freshman Agbaji delivers dazzling debut to help No. 7 Kansas top No. 25 TCU

He waited 14 games and 9 weeks to finally play, and then had to wait 4 minutes and 9 seconds longer to actually get into a game. From there, it took Kansas freshman Ochai Agbaji just 10 more seconds to make an impact that was felt throughout Allen Fieldhouse long into the night during the Jayhawks’ 77-68 victory over No. 25 TCU on Wednesday. By Matt Tait

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Benton Smith: KU eager to go small in first crack at life without Udoka

Some wondered, when Udoka Azubuike’s season ended, how Kansas could survive with a four-guard lineup when its current crop of perimeter players aren’t exactly known for their lights-out 3-point shooting. Even if it wasn’t a convincing one, the Jayhawks provided their first answer Wednesday night at Allen Fieldhouse, as they embraced their new small-ball image.

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