Postgame Notes

Jan. 23, 2010

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Postgame Notes

Kansas 84, Iowa State 61

January 23, 2010

Kansas‘ win at Iowa State…

… Makes Kansas 18-1 on the season and 4-0 in conference play for third-straight season.

… Gives Kansas its ninth-straight win against Iowa State.

… Makes the KU-ISU series 167-58 in favor of Kansas, including a 21-18 KU advantage in Hilton Coliseum (65-36 in matchups in Ames).

… Makes Bill Self 187-41 while at Kansas, 394-146 overall and 12-2 all-time against Iowa State, 11-2 while at Kansas.

… Makes Kansas 6-1 in games away from Allen Fieldhouse this season.

… Makes Kansas 1,988-794 all-time.

Game Notes

-The Jayhawks’ 23-point margin of victory is their largest victory in Ames since winning by 29 points on Jan. 6, 2003.

-Kansas held Iowa State to 37.7 percent shooting from the field and has held 14 of 19 opponents this season to under 40 percent shooting.

-The Jayhawks shot a season low 17.6 percent from three-point range.

-Junior Cole Aldrich recorded his seventh double-double of the season finishing with a team-high 19 points and 11 rebounds. Aldrich also had three blocks and has three or more blocks in 17 games this season.

-Aldrich hit 9-of-11 from the field. His 81.8 percent field goal shooting was his second best of the season. Aldrich made 83.3 percent of his shots versus Alcorn State (Dec. 2). Aldrich has shot 80-percent or better in five games this season.

-Sophomore Marcus Morris recorded his 11th game with 10-plus points contributing 16 points for the Jayhawks.

-Senior Sherron Collins scored 11 points to move into 11th place on the KU all-time scoring list with 1,634 points. Collins scored in double figures for the 15th time this season. He also dished out six assists and has three-plus dimes 16 times this season.

– Jeff Withey recorded several career bests at Iowa State. The freshman transfer scored eight points, pulled down five rebounds and logged 12 minutes- all career bests. Withey also blocked a shot and has three blocks in the four games he has appeared in.

-Sophomore Tyshawn Taylor made the most of his 13 minutes of playing time scoring seven points and pulling down five rebounds. His five rebounds tied a season high.

-Junior Brady Morningstar pulled down a season-high seven rebounds while logging a season-high 32 minutes.

-Junior Tyrel Reed added a three-point basket in today’s game. Twenty-two of his 30 field goals this season have been from three-point range.