KU Postgame Notes

Feb. 14, 2006

Recap | Final Stats

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Feb. 13, 2006 Gallagher-Iba Arena Stillwater, Okla.

Kansas’ Win At Oklahoma State…

…Improves KU to 18-6 on the season.

…Makes KU 9-2 in Big 12 play for the second straight season under Bill Self.

…Establishes the season’s longest winning streak at eight games, which is the second longest during Self’s tenure at KU (14 games last season).

…Improves the Jayhawks to 15-2 in their last 17 games.

…Gives KU its fourth straight road win and makes the Jayhawks 5-1 in true road games this season.

…Makes the Jayhawks 99-51 all-time against Oklahoma State, 31-29 in games played in Gallager-Iba Arena and 8-2 against the Cowboys in Big 12 regular season action.

…Improves KU to 127-28 all-time in Big 12 regular season games, the most wins in the 10 years of the league’s existence.

…Improves Bill Self to 3-5 against his alma mater, 65-22 at Kansas and 272-127 overall.

…Makes KU 1,866-775 all-time.


  • Kansas used the starting lineup of freshmen Brandon Rush, Mario Chalmers and Julian Wright and sophomores Sasha Kaun and Russell Robinson for the seventh straight game. The Jayhawks are 7-0 when using this starting lineup.
  • Reigning Big 12 Player of the Week Mario Chalmers made 21 straight free throws before missing one with 1:10 left in the contest. He was 7-for-8 from the charity stripe against OSU and is shooting 84.5 percent in Big 12 play.
  • The Jayhawks made just six field goals in the first half, the fewest since KU made six at Nevada in the first stanza on Dec. 21, 2003.
  • Neither team made a 3-pointer in the first half. KU’s 0-for-4 from behind the arc marked the third time this season it has not made a trey in the opening stanza.
  • The Jayhawks’ one 3-pointer (Robinson, 8:41 left in the second half) marked the fewest by a KU squad since March 27, 2003 against Duke (also made one).
  • KU has hit a 3-pointer in 200 consecutive games.
  • Oklahoma State was 1-for-13 from behind the arc. The last time a KU opponent only made one trey was Iowa State on Jan. 6, 2003. The Cowboys’ 7.7 percent shooting from 3-point range marked the lowest by a KU foe since March 8, 1996 when Colorado shot 0.0 percent.
  • The Jayhawks’ and Cowboys’ combined two treys marked the fewest by two teams in a KU game since Iowa State and KU made two on March 8, 1997.
  • The combined 40 field goals made were the fewest in a Jayhawk contest since Dec. 6, 2003, when Stanford and KU made 35 total.
  • The Cowboys’ six offensive rebounds were the fewest by a KU foe since Feb. 27, 2005, when OSU had just six at Allen Fieldhouse.
  • KU set new season lows in 3-pointers (one), 3-point attempts (seven) and 3-point field goal percentage (14.3), but totaled a season-best 16 steals in the win.
  • OSU set opponent season lows in field goal attempts (48), 3-pointers (one), 3-point percentage (7.7) and offensive rebounds (six), and tied the KU season high for opponent turnovers with 24.