Angel Goodrich scored 22 points and Kansas beat No. 23 Texas 72-67 on Wednesday night to win its Big 12 opener for the first time in six years.
There are no more divisions and two fewer teams. Welcome to the new-look Big 12, where one thing hasn’t changed. Oklahoma is still king.
So long, Kansas. Just like all the other No. 1 seeds, the Jayhawks aren’t going to the Final Four.
Brady Morningstar scored 18 points and Kansas played like a dominant No. 1 seed in a historic NCAA regional full of underdogs, beating 12th-seeded Richmond 77-57 Friday night.
The Morris twins combined for 41 points, helping Kansas pull away to beat Illinois 73-59 and move into the Sweet 16.
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Kansas raced past Texas 85-73 on Saturday, avenging one of the saddest losses the Jayhawks have experienced in years.
Marcus Morris scored 10 points in the first 5 minutes after intermission, igniting a second-half stampede that carried No. 7 Kansas to a 93-60 victory over North Texas on Friday night that tied the team record for consecutive home wins.