Kansas-Baylor Postgame Notes

Jan. 24, 2007

Recap | Final Stats

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January 24, 2007 * FerrellCenter (8,102) * Waco, Texas

Postgame Notes

Kansas‘ Win at Baylor…

…Improves Kansas to 17-3 on the season and 4-1 in Big 12 play.

…Gives KU its sixth straight win against Baylor and makes the series 12-1 all-time in favor of the Jayhawks and 10-1 as members of the Big 12.

…Makes KU 3-2 in true road games and 6-2 away from Allen Fieldhouse this season.

…Improves Bill Self’s career record against Baylor to 4-1, makes him 89-27 while at Kansas and 296-132 overall.

…Makes Kansas 1,890-780 all-time.


–Kansas has led at the half in 16 of 17 victories in 2006-07.

–KU is 32-5 in its last 37 games.

–The Jayhawks’ bench has outscored their opponents’ bench in 11 of the last 12 games.

–KU led 40-18 at halftime to mark its biggest halftime lead in Big 12 play and the sixth time the Jayhawks have led by 20 or more at intermission this season.

–The Jayhawks are 10-0 when holding opponents under 60 points in 2006-07.

–KU is now 8-0 when shooting 50 percent or better this season.

–The Jayhawks’ eight three-pointers were one shy of their season high (nine vs. Dartmouth).

–Sophomore Brandon Rush has made multiple three-pointers in each of his last four games and six of his last seven.

–Rush has pulled down six or more rebounds in each of his last seven games.

–Sophomore Julian Wright’s 16 points were the most since he scored 23 against Rhode Island on Dec. 30.

–Freshman Sherron Collins scored in double figures for the fifth straight game. Collins is 9-for-14 from three-point range in his last three outings.

–Junior Darnell Jackson’s seven rebounds were the most since he had nine against USC on Dec. 4.