Kansas-Colorado Postgame Notes
Feb. 14, 2007
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No. 9/8 <?xml:namespace prefix=”st1″ ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags”?>Kansas 75, Colorado 46
Feb. 14, 2007 * Coors Events/Conference Center (6,608) * Boulder, Colo.
Kansas‘ Win at Colorado…
…Improves Kansas to 22-4 on the season and gives the Jayhawks 22 wins for the 18th-straight year.
…Makes KU 9-2 in Big 12 Conference play for the second consecutive season.
…Gives the Jayhawks their ninth-straight win against Colorado, fourth consecutive at the CoorsCenter and makes the all-time series 113-93 in favor of KU.
…Gives KU its fourth-straight series sweep of the Buffaloes.
…Gives the Jayhawks their sixth true road win of the season and improves KU to 9-2 away from Allen Fieldhouse.
…Marks Bill Self’s 301st career victory, making him 301-133 all-time, 94-28 while at KU and 8-0 against Colorado.
…Makes KU 1,895-781 all-time.
–KU has led at the half in 21 of 22 victories this season.
–The 29-point margin of victory tied as the biggest road win in the Bill Self era (85-66 at TCU on Dec. 1, 2003) and was the largest road margin of victory in Big 12 play.
–Kansas is 37-6 in its last 43 games.
–KU’s bench outscored Colorado’s bench 28-21 to mark the 16th time in the last 18 games Kansas’ bench has outscored its opponent’s.
–Tonight marked the 12th time this season Kansas has held its opponent to under 60 points. KU has held four Big 12 teams to under 60 points this year.
–Kansas outshot Colorado 47.6 to 27.3 percent to mark the 22nd time the Jayhawks have shot better than its opponents this season. The Buffaloes’ 27.3 field goal percentage was a KU opponent season low.
–The Jayhawks’ 22 assists tied their Big 12 season high (22 against KansasState on Feb. 7 and Colorado on Jan. 27).
–Nineteen of KU’s 22 wins have been by 10 or more points.
–KU has held its opponent to under 50 percent shooting in the last 32 games.
–The Jayhawks are 13-2 with the starting lineup of Sasha Kaun, Julian Wright, Brandon Rush, Mario Chalmers and Russell Robinson.
–Robinson’s 14 points marked a season high. His previous best was 12 against Colorado on Jan. 27 in Lawrence. Robinson’s five steals tied a season high (five versus Towson on Nov. 19).
–Kaun’s four blocks tied his career high and his nine rebounds marked a season best. His 10 points were the most since he had 13 at IowaState on Jan. 13.
–Darrell Arthur’s 11 points marked his 13th double-figure scoring game. His seven rebounds tied his Big 12 season high (seven at Nebraska on Jan. 29).
–Darnell Jackson’s 11 boards tied his season high (11 against Dartmouth on Nov. 28).