Postgame Notes

Jan. 9, 2011

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Postgame Notes

Kansas 67, Michigan 60 (OT)

January 9, 2010 – Ann Arbor, Mich.

Kansas‘ Win at Michigan…

…Makes Kansas 15-0 for the first time since the 2007-08 team opened the year 20-0.

… Improves KU to 2-0 in true road games and 6-0 away from Allen Fieldhouse this season.

… Narrows the KU-Michigan series to 5-2 in favor of the Wolverines.

… Makes Kansas 5-0 against BCS conference schools this season.

… Improves Bill Self to 217-43 while at Kansas, 424-148 all-time and 8-0 versus Michigan.

… Makes Kansas 2,018-796 all-time.

Team Notes

– Despite the victory, Kansas set season lows in points scored (67), points in a half (25), total field goals (20), three-point field goals made (4), field goal percentage (35.7 percent), three-point field goal percentage (16.7 percent) and blocks (0).

– Kansas’ 25 first half points were its fewest in a half since scoring 21 versus Nebraska on Jan. 19, 2005.

– KU’s win at Michigan marked the Jayhawks’ first overtime game since their win at Colorado last season on Feb. 3, 2010.

– Marcus Morris scored a team-high 22 points at Michigan, his fourth contest with 20-plus points this season and first time since pouring in a career-best 26 points versus Ohio on Nov. 26. He recorded his points on 18 field goal attempts, which were a new career high.

– Marcus also added 10 rebounds, which included a season-high five offensive boards, to record his second double-double this season. He had zero turnovers in a career-high 39 minutes of play.

– Markieff Morris added 13 points, all in the second half, and a team-high 11 rebounds for his sixth double-double effort of the season.

– For the second-straight game and seventh time this season, Tyshawn Taylor scored double-figure points collecting 12 tallies on the night. He also tied a career best pulling down six rebounds on the night matching his six-board effort at IowaState on Jan. 24, 2009.

– Tyrel Reed added 10 points at Michigan, his eighth contest of double-figure scoring this year. He also snatched a team-high four steals, one shy of his career best set in the team’s last contest versus UMKC on Jan. 5.