Postgame Notes

Jan. 13, 2010

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Postgame Notes

No. 3 Kansas 84, at Nebraska 72

January 13, 2010

Kansas‘ win at Nebraska…

… Makes Kansas 15-1 on the season.

… Makes Kansas 1-0 in conference play for the 19th-consecutive season dating back to 1991-92.

… Gives Kansas its 14th-straight victory against Nebraska and makes the series 167-71 in favor of KU.

… Gives KU its sixth-straight win in the Bob Devaney Sports Center and makes KU 18-16 against NU in the venue.

… Makes Bill Self 184-41 while at Kansas, 391-146 overall and 16-1 all-time against Nebraska, 14-1 while at Kansas.

… Makes Kansas 1,985-794 all-time.


-Kansas hit 13 three-point shots versus the Cornhuskers. It tied KU’s third-most three-pointers in a conference game and most since sinking 14 treys versus Texas Tech on March 3, 2008.

-Nebraska opened the contest on a 12-1 run marking Kansas’ largest deficit this season.

-KU trailed at halftime for just the second time this season. The Jayhawks also trailed at the half in its game versus Cornell on Jan. 6 (41-38).

-The Jayhawks grabbed a season-low in rebounds but still managed to out-rebound Nebraska 31-23. NU’s 23 boards are the fewest by a KU opponent this season.

-Freshman Thomas Robinson made his first career start versus the Huskers.

-Senior Sherron Collins scored 20-plus points for the third-straight game and fourth time this season as he scored a team-high 22 points. Collins made four three-point baskets, one shy of his career-best set earlier this season versus Alcorn State (Dec. 2).

-Collins also dished five assists for the second consecutive game and has at least three dimes 13 times this season.

-Marcus Morris reached double-digit points for the eighth time this season with 19 and tied a personal-best seven field goals. He also tied a personal high with two three-point baskets.

-Junior Cole Aldrich finished with three blocks and has three or more rejections in eight-straight games

-Tyrel Reed was one shy of his season high in points as he recorded 11 versus the Huskers. He also tied his season high with four field goals while making multiple treys for the fourth time this year.

-Brady Morningstar recorded a block versus the Huskers and has two blocks in his last three contests.