Ku Postgame Notes
Nov. 2, 2006
Kansas 99 Washburn 69
Nov. 2, 2006
–Kansas’ victory against Washburn marks the 25th straight victory for the Jayhawks in exhibtion play (Last loss vs. Lisbonne Benfica on Dec. 28, 1995 in Strausbourg, France).
–Kansas’ victory moves the Jayhawks’ all-time exhibition record to 43-7 (39-4 at Allen Fieldhouse) and 11-0 under head coach Bill Self.
–The victory over Washburn gives KU a 31-3 all-time advantage against the Ichabods (which includes three exhibition games).
–The Jayhawk victory gave Washburn it’s first exhibtion loss in five games this season.
–Kansas forced 25 Ichabod turnovers while only committing 14. Those 25 Washburn turnovers turned into 35 Kansas points. The Jayhawk turnovers led to 12 Ichabod points.
–Kansas had 17 fast break points while holding Washburn to only two fast break points.
–During head coach Bill Self’s tenure, the Jayhawks have defeated their exhibition opponents by 30 or more in seven contests.
–Kansas outscored the Ichabods 42-20 in the paint.
–The Jayhawk bench outscored Washburn 40-16.
–If tonight’s game were a non-exhibition contest…
– Freshman Darrell Arthur’s 21 points would have tied a freshman debut record set by Norm Cook against Murray State on Dec. 1, 1973.
– Junior Darnell Jackson would have recorded career highs in points (18), field goals (8) and field goal attempts (12). He would have tied his career marks for rebounds (10) and blocked shots (1). This also would have marked his second career double-double.
– Sophomore Julian Wright would have tied his career high for rebounds (9).
– Darrell Arthur’s six blocks would have tied a freshman record for blocked shots in a game set by Nick Collison against Nebraska on Feb. 23, 2000.
– Darnell Jackson’s seven offensive boards would have marked a 2005-06 season high for offensive rebounds.