Post Game Notes

Nov. 7, 2004

Box Score

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Kansas vs. Emporia State (exhibition)

November 7, 2004 – Allen Fieldhouse – Lawrence, Kan.

Kansas’ win over Emporia State…

…Marks the Jayhawks’ 21st straight home exhibition win and their 21st consecutive exhibition win regardless of venue.

…Makes KU 5-0 in exhibition play in 2004 as the Jayhawks went 4-0 in British Columbia, Canada over Labor Day weekend.

…Is KU’s fifth straight win over Emporia State, making the Jayhawks 15-3 all-time against the Hornets (including both exhibition and regular-season games).

…Makes the team 39-7 all-time in exhibition action, including a record of 7-0 in exhibition games under Bill Self.

…Gives KU a record of 35-4 in exhibition play in Allen Fieldhouse, including a record of 3-0 under Self.


– Christian Moody made his second start of the exhibition season (started first game on Canada trip). If tonight’s game would have been a regular season contest, Moody would have made his first career start.

– Nick Bahe saw his first action of the exhibition season and scored six points. Bahe sat out of action on the Canada trip.

– Moody’s seven points would have tied a career-high. His three-pointer in the first half would have been the first of his career and his four assists would have been a career high.

– KU’s 115 points scored tonight were the most by a Jayhawk team in exhibition since the Jayhawks poured in 120 points against the Hornets on November 4, 2000. If tonight’s contest were a regular season game, it would have been the most points scored by KU since, January 9, 1997 when Kansas scored 134 points against Niagra.

– Had this been a regular season game, Wayne Simien would have recorded his 23rd career double-double. Simien was also seven-for-seven from the field marking the first time he recorded a perfect shooting percentage.

– Kansas’ 63 percent shooting percentage (46-of-73) would have been the highest since the Jayhawks shot 64 percent (32-of-50) against TCU on December 1, 2003.

– If tonight’s game were a regular season contest, it would have been the most three-point field goal attempts since KU tried 28 treys against UCLA on January 12, 2002.

– KU’s 14 three-point field goals made would have marked the most from a Jayhawk squad since January 2, 1996 when Kansas netted 14 from behind the arc against Cornell.

– The Jayhawks’ 30 assists would have marked the most since Kansas dropped 32 dimes on UNC-Asheville on January 2, 2003.