Feb. 19, 2005
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Iowa State 63, No. 2 Kansas 61 OT
February 19, 2005
Kansas’ loss against Iowa State…
…Makes Kansas 20-3, which is its best 23-game record since the 2001-02 team went 29-2.
…Makes the KU-ISU series 158-58 in favor of the Jayhawks.
…Makes KU 10-2 in league play.
…Gives Iowa State its third win in Allen Fieldhouse since 2000, more than any other Big 12 team.
…Snaps KU’s 20-game home court winning streak that dates back to last season.
…Makes Kansas coach Bill Self 44-12 at Kansas, 254-117 overall and 2-2 versus the Cyclones.
…Makes the Jayhawks 1,845-765 all-time, and 564-102 in Allen Fieldhouse.
– Senior Aaron Miles tied Nick Collison for fourth for the most games started in a career with 130.
– Freshman Sasha Kaun recorded his first career start.
– Senior Wayne Simien recorded his 800th rebound. He now has 806 boards in his career.
– Simien recorded his 12th double-double of the season and the 34th of his career.
– Senior Keith Langford has played and scored in each of his 131 games while at Kansas.
– Kaun has made at least one field goal in each of his last four games.
– Freshman C.J. Giles made his first field goal since he went 2-for-3 at Iowa State on Jan. 12.
– Freshman Darnell Jackson hit his first bucket since Jan. 22 against Villanova.
– With nine points, Langford moved into seventh place on the all-time scoring list with 1,759 points passing Kirk Hinrich and Dave Robisch.
– Kaun’s seven rebounds were a career-high.
– Miles recorded his third 10-assist game of the season. It was his 20th double-figure assist game of his career. His 43 minutes are the most by any Jayhawk in single overtime game this year.
– Miles passed Orlando Smart of San Francisco for 11th place on the all-time NCAA career assists list. Miles currently stands at 911 dimes and is 28 assists shy of Gary Payton for 10th.
– Miles’ four steals moved him into sole possession of second place on the all-time Kansas steals list.
– Simien made all of his free throws for the third-straight game. He has made 27 consecutive free throws, which ties his best, and is a Kansas record since the 1988-89 season. He also made 27-straight free throws that began at the end of his 2003 campaign and extended into the beginning of the 2004 season.
– With 11 boards, Simien tied Eric Chenowith for fifth on the all-time double-figure rebound list with 35.
– Giddens’ 11 three-point field goal attempts marked a season-high by any Jayhawk.
– KU had only one starter score in double figures for the second-straight game.
– Iowa State’s Curtis Stinson set Kansas opponent season-highs for points (29), field goal attempts (23) and two point field goal attempts (18). He tied KU opponent highs for field goals (10), two point field goals (nine) and steals (four).
– Iowa State’s Rahshon Clark tied a KU opponent season-high for offensive rebounds with seven.
– Iowa State’s two three-point field goals tied a KU opponent season-low and its 29 defensive rebounds tied a KU opponent season-high.
– The Cyclones failed to block a shot, marking the first time a KU opponent had zero blocks since Nov. 25, 2003 against Michigan State.
– Kansas’ 34.5 field goal percentage and 17.4 free throw percentage were season-lows for the Jayhawks. KU’s four three-point field goals tied a season-low.
– Kansas’ field goal percentage was the lowest since the Jayhawks shot 32.8 percent at Colorado on Jan. 22, 2003.
– The last time KU played back-to-back overtime games was during the 1996-97 season when the Jayhawks defeated Nebraska 82-77 on Feb. 1 in Lawrence and then dropped a double overtime thriller at Missouri, 96-94 on Feb. 4.
– Today marked the second-consecutive game in Lawrence that KU and ISU have battled in overtime.
– The Jayhawks moved to 50-52 in OT games all-time.
– KU has hit a three-pointer in 169 straight games dating back to the 2000 season.