Kansas, Texas Tech Postgame Notes
Jan. 20, 2007
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January 20, 2007 * United Spirit Arena (11,469) * Lubbock, Texas
Kansas‘ loss at Texas Tech
…Drops Kansas to 16-3 and 3-1 in Big 12 play.
…Gives KU its second straight loss at Texas Tech.
…Makes the KU-TTU all-time series 16-3 in favor of the Jayhawks.
…Makes KU 2-2 in true road games this season and 5-2 away from Allen Fieldhouse in 2006-07.
…Drops coach Bill Self to 3-5 against Texas Tech, 88-27 while at Kansas and 295-132 overall.
…Makes KU 1,889-780 all time.
–Kansas is now 31-5 (86.1 percent) in its last 36 games.
–The Jayhawks have now held 21 straight opponents to under 50 percent shooting.
–Kansas’ four free throw attempts were a season low as were its two free throws made.
–Kansas has had four players reach in double figures in 12 games this season.
–Kansas’ three losses have been by a total of 19 points for a 6.3 average.
–KU trailed at the half for the second time in the last three games.
–Texas Tech’s bench outscored KU’s bench 30-22 to end a 10-game bench advantage for Kansas.
–Freshman Sherron Collins has scored in double digits in each of his last four games.
–Collins’ seven assists were a career high.
–With two three pointers, Collins has made multiple threes in three of his last four games and eight times this season.
–Sophomore Brandon Rush had six rebounds and has pulled down six or more boards in 11 games this season.
–Rush has made at least one three-pointer in every game this season.
–Junior Sasha Kaun tied his career high with four blocked shots. He has done it twice earlier this season.
–Freshman Darrell Arthur has scored in double figures 10 times this season and his 12 points were the most in Big 12 play.
–Sophomore Julian Wright’s 12 points were the most since he scored 23 against Rhode Island Dec. 30.