Postgame Notes

Feb. 2, 2009

Recap | Box Score

Kansas 75, Baylor 65

February 2, 2008

Postgame Notes

Kansas‘ win at Baylor…

-Improves Kansas to 18-4 on the season and 7-0 in Big 12 play for first time since the 2004-05 team opened league play 9-0.

-Gives KU its seventh straight win and continue it longest winning streak of the season.

-Gives KU its eighth-straight win against Baylor and give Kansas a 14-1 series advantage against the Bears.

-Improves Bill Self to 160-36 while at KU, 367-141 overall and 6-1 against Baylor,

6-0 while at Kansas.

-Makes Kansas 1,961-789 all-time.

Team Notes

-KU outrebounded the Bears 37-29 and has outrebounded its opponent in five of its last six games and 17 times this season.

-The Jayhawks made 16-of-20 (80.0 percent) from the free throw line and have missed just five free throws in its last two games. KU shot 70 percent or better from the charity stripe in four straight games.

-BU committed 16 turnovers on the night. The Bears are the first KU opponent in four games to turn the ball over 10-plus times.

-Sherron Collins broke the Kansas record for consecutive free throws made hitting 35 straight shots from the free throw line to break Wayne Simien’s 2004-05 record of 34.

-Collins also led the team in scoring for the 17th time this season with 17 points. He dished out three-plus assists for the 19th game this year as he finished with six dimes.

-Mario Little scored 12 points at BU, just his second game with 10-plus points as he made 4-of-7 from the field.

-Tyshawn Taylor dished out four assists, the most assists he has had since getting eight against Temple on Dec. 20.

-Marcus Morris was one point shy of tying his career points as he scored 13 points at Baylor, his seventh contest with double digit points this season. Morris also made all three of his free throw attempts and has now made 10 straight free throws and nine of his last 10 attempts at the charity stripe.

-Brady Morningstar hit two three-pointers in the contest for his 10th game of two or more treys.

-For the 18th time this season, Cole Aldrich recorded multiple blocks as the 6-11 center rejected two shots at Baylor.