Postgame Notes

Feb. 24, 2007

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Kansas Postgame Notes
Kansas 89, Iowa State 52
Feb. 24, 2007 – Lawrence, Kan.

Kansas’ win over Iowa State…
… Improves Kansas to 25-4 on the season.
… Makes KU’s league record 12-2 and gives the Jayhawks 12 conference wins for the seventh-straight season.
… Extends Kansas’ winning streak to six games, which is its second-longest of the season.
… Gives KU its third-straight win against Iowa State and sweeps the conference series for the second straight year.
… Makes the all-time KU-ISU series 162-58 in favor of the Jayhawks, including and 83-15 mark in games played in Lawrence and a 42-9 record in Allen Fieldhouse.
… Makes KU 15-2 in home games this season, 179-12 in Allen Fieldhouse since 1994-95 and 595-106 all-time in the facility.
… Makes Bill Self 304-133 all time, 97-28 while at Kansas and 6-2 against Iowa State.
… Makes Kansas 1,898-781 all-time.

Notes
– Junior Rodrick Stewart played a season-high 16 minutes, finishing with a season-tying two assists and one steal. Stewart’s three rebounds were one shy of his season high (4).

– Freshman Sherron Collins entered the starting line-up for the Jayhawks tonight, his last start was against Northern Arizona on Nov. 11. Collins finished the game with a career-high three steals.

– Freshman Darrell Arthur was one rebound shy of his career-high of 12.

– Sophomore Mario Chalmers grabbed a career-tying seven rebounds, while attempting a season high six free throw attempts.

– KU scored 42 points in the paint, while holding ISU to only 20.

– The Kansas bench outscored the Iowa State bench 31-19.

– Kansas went on a 14-0 run from the 14:15 to the 9:15 mark of the first half, holding Iowa State scoreless and extending a 6-4 lead to a 20-4 advantage.

– During the recent six-game winning streak, Kansas has averaged 43 rebounds compared to its opponents 30 rebounds, 258-180.

– Tonight’s game marked the third time this season that not all Kansas players suited up (Russell Robinson), the first on Feb. 10 against Missouri (Rodrick Stewart) and the second Feb. 17 against Nebraska (Brady Morningstar).

– Tonight’s game marked the third time this season that a Kansas opponent recorded only two steals against the Jayhawks.

– The Cyclones shot 17.9 percent in the first half of the game, the lowest since Colorado shot 17.9 percent on Jan. 25, 2004.

– Iowa State entered halftime with only 15 points, the fewest in a conference half since Colorado scored 15 on March 1, 2006.