Kansas Postgame Notes vs. Texas A&M
Feb. 15, 2010
Kansas‘ Win Over Texas A&M…
…Made Kansas 25-1 on the season, the best KU record since the 1996-97 team was 34-1
…Made Kansas 11-0 in conference play for first time since the 2002 KU team went 16-0.
…Gave Kansas its 10th-straight victory.
…Gave Kansas 11 league wins for an amazing 16-straight seasons.
…Gave Kansas its fourth-straight win against Texas A&M and make the all-time series 15-1 in favor of KU.
…Made Kansas 7-0 against A&M in College Station.
…Gave Kansas a 14-1 record against Texas A&M since the inception of the Big 12 in 1996-97.
…Made Bill Self 194-41 while at Kansas, 401-146 overall and 7-3 all-time against Texas A&M, 7-1 while at Kansas.
…Made Kansas 1,995-794 alltime.
– Cole Aldrich broke the KU single season record in blocks. His five blocked shots increased his total to 98 and moved him past previous record-holder Greg Ostertag (1994) who had 97. Aldrich also owns the third best mark with 94 blocked shots as a sophomore in 2009.
– Aldrich has blocked at least three shots in the last eight games, and 24 of 26 games this season.
– Sherron Collins collected his 500th career assist. He joined Darnell Valentine (1,821 points, 609 assists) and Kirk Hinrich (1,753 points, 668 assists) as the only three Jayhawks in history to collect at least 1,700 points and 500 assists. Collins totals are 1,722 points and 500 assists.
– Brady Morningstar had zero turnovers. He has not committed more than one turnover in a game for the last six games. In that time, his assist/turnover ratio is 21/4 and he has 11 steals.
– Marcus Morris has 59 rebounds in the last seven games. He has scored in double figures in his last 11 outings.
– Tyshawn Taylor, who started the second half, played his most minutes in the last three outings.
– Texas A&M outrebounded Kansas by eight (41-33) which was KU’s biggest rebounding deficit of the season.
– Kansas stopped a 16-game winning streak for Texas A&M in Reed Arena.
– The attendance of 13,657 was a Reed Arena record.