Kansas Postgame Notes vs. Tennessee Tech
Nov. 27, 2009
Kansas 112, Tennessee Tech 75
Kansas’ win over Tennessee Tech…
…Makes Kansas 5-0 for the third time in the Bill Self era (2004-05, 2007-08).
…Extends the nation’s longest home court winning streak to 45 games.
…Makes KU 1-0 against Tennessee Tech and 16-0 against current membership of the Ohio Valley Conference
…Improves Kansas to 637-106 all-time in Allen Fieldhouse, including 99-6 under Bill Self.
…Makes Bill Self 174-40 while at Kansas, 381-145 overall and 4-2 against Tennessee Tech.
…Makes Kansas 1,975-793 all-time.
–The Jayhawks’ 112 points are the most ever scored in the Bill Self era and marked the ninth time Kansas scored 100 points or more in a game under Bill Self and 102nd all-time. It’s the most since KU scored 113 against Emporia State on Dec. 14, 2002.
–Kansas has held 79-straight opponents to under 50 percent shooting and all five opponents this year have shot less than 40 percent.
–Sophomore guard Tyshawn Taylor recorded a team and season-high 18 points, including 13 points in the first half. Taylor’s previous high was eight against Hofstra on Nov. 13.
–Freshman guard C.J. Henry recorded his first steal and assists in a Kansas uniform.
–Sophomore forward Markieff Morris shot 4 for 4 from the field and 2 for 2 from behind the arc. He now has made his last 14 shots since missing his first shot of the season. His two three-pointers were the most in a game of his career.
–Kansas shot 60.6 percent from the field, marking the highest percentage yet this season.
–Junior center Cole Aldrich recorded his second double-double of the season and the 24th of his career.
–Sophomore guard Jordan Juenemann recorded his first career points, adding six for the Jayhawks.
–Freshman forward Thomas Robinson recorded a career-high four blocks. He previously blocked three shots in a game versus Central Arkansas on Nov. 19.
–Freshman guard Xavier Henry’s four steals were the most in his career and the most by a Jayhawk this season.
–Tennessee Tech’s 75 points are the most scored by an opponent in Allen Fieldhouse since Siena scored 84 on Jan. 6, 2009.