February 10, 2018
Kansas guard Malik Newman (14) heads to the bucket between several Baylor players during the first half, Saturday, Feb. 11, 2018 at Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas.
A lackluster first half put the Kansas basketball team in a troublesome spot Saturday afternoon at Baylor, so much so that a second-half surge couldn’t save the Jayhawks in an 80-64 road loss. The Bears ended an 11-game losing streak versus KU by shooting 57 percent from the floor and turning the Jayhawks’ offense into a shell of itself most of the first half. By Benton Smith