Kansas Postgame Notes vs. Oklahoma State

Feb. 27, 2010

Recap | Box Score

Kansas‘ loss to Oklahoma State …

…Dropped KU to 27-2 and 13-1 in Big 12 play.

…Ended a 13-game winning streak for the Jayhawks.

…Made the all-time series with Oklahoma State 102-53 in favor of KU.

…Tied the KU-OSU series match-ups in Gallagher-Iba Arena at 31-31.

…Made the KU-OU series 13-6 in favor of the Jayhawks since the Big 12 began in 1996-97.

…Made Bill Self 196-42 while at Kansas, 403-147 overall and 6-7 all-time against Oklahoma State, 5-4 while at Kansas.

…Made Kansas 1,997-795 all-time.


— Sherron Collins moved into seventh place on the all-time KU scoring list. His 22 points against OSU gave him 1,774 career points and moved him past Kirk Hinrich (1,753 from 2000-03), Dave Robisch (1,754 from 1969-71), and Paul Pierce (1,768 from 1996-98).

— Collins tied a season-high six turnovers.

— Aldrich reached double-figure scoring (11) for the third time in the last four games and the 20th time this season.

— Xavier Henry increased his scoring total to 406 points to move into fourth place on KU’s all-time freshman scoring list. He moved past Darnell Valentine (392 in 1978) and Paul Pierce (404 in 1996). The record is 496 by Danny Manning in 1985.

— Henry moved up the KU freshman list for free throws made. His three freebies gave him 76 for the season and moved him into a tie for sixth place with Tyshawn Taylor (76 in 2009).

— Henry reached double figures for the sixth straight game with 17 points. He is averaging 17.8 points per game during that span.

— Brady Morningstar had two assists and no turnovers. He has six games this season without committing a turnover and an impressive 64/19 assist/turnover ratio.

— Tyrel Reed tied a season-high three steals, also done against Texas Tech.

— The Jayhawks suffered their largest deficit in a game this season. Oklahoma State set a new mark when it was up by 12 at 10:50 in the first half. OSU’s biggest lead was 19. The previous largest deficit was 11 at Nebraska.

— Kansas has held 289 consecutive opponents to less than 100 points dating back to Feb. 11, 2002 (110-103 overtime victory against Texas).

— Kansas gave up 60.4 percent shooting from the floor to OSU. The last team to shoot 60 percent against the Jayhawks was Oklahoma (62.7 percent) on March 10, 1990.

— Oklahoma State’s 85 points were a opponent season-high.

— Kansas is 0-2 when playing on CBS this season (at Tennessee).