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TEXAS (17 - 12) at KANSAS (23 - 6)
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TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games17-12-0.812-1310-1471.533.943.6%36.267.430.441.2%36.1
Road Games5-8-1.36-76-766.432.041.2%36.569.232.041.6%38.0
Last 5 Games2-3-0.31-42-366.829.841.9%34.669.831.042.2%36.6
Conference Games7-9-28-87-870.132.242.2%35.272.432.144.0%36.0
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.533.926-5943.6%7-2230.8%13-2066.8%36911166125
vs opponents surrendering72.133.725-5943.4%8-2235.0%14-1971.2%34913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)66.432.024-5941.2%7-2233.0%11-1764.5%37812176135
Stats Against (All Games)67.430.424-5941.2%7-2132.2%12-1672.8%36912185133
vs opponents averaging76.936.727-5945.9%8-2235.7%14-2072.4%36915186134
Stats Against (Road Games)69.232.025-6041.6%6-2031.3%13-1871.4%38913166124

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-6-6.815-1213-1582.141.449.3%35.470.933.241.9%35.6
Home Games13-3-14.38-69-687.845.452.3%36.570.533.141.3%34.1
Last 5 Games4-1+2.63-23-280.436.649.3%31.874.434.847.6%33.0
Conference Games12-4-2.37-88-878.236.446.9%32.974.936.044.3%37.1
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)82.141.430-6149.3%10-2639.8%12-1771.0%35817157114
vs opponents surrendering72.533.726-6043.2%8-2234.5%13-1971.4%35914196134
Team Stats (Home Games)87.845.432-6152.3%11-2643.1%12-1772.3%36817147115
Stats Against (All Games)70.933.226-6241.9%8-2433.0%11-1671.3%361013175133
vs opponents averaging77.236.827-5945.8%8-2236.0%15-2172.7%37914186134
Stats Against (Home Games)70.533.126-6341.3%9-2535.1%10-1469.3%34912175133
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS 83.7,  KANSAS 82.4
TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/13/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST64-65L2W140.5U23-5343.4%411526-5844.8%287
1/17/2018TEXAS TECH67-58W3.5W128.5U23-4551.1%331521-5538.2%3110
1/20/2018@ W VIRGINIA51-86L9L135.5O17-5034.0%291531-6845.6%4510
1/22/2018IOWA ST73-57W-7W139.5U25-5743.9%33821-5438.9%3213
1/27/2018OLE MISS85-72W-6W139O28-6344.4%38725-6439.1%3710
1/31/2018@ TEXAS TECH71-73L8W129.5O24-6536.9%391422-5242.3%3715
2/7/2018KANSAS ST64-67L-5.5L133U24-5841.4%361629-5453.7%2612
2/10/2018@ TCU71-87L6.5L140.5O27-5251.9%221134-6254.8%336
2/17/2018@ OKLAHOMA77-66W7W155.5U30-5554.5%431520-6530.8%317
2/21/2018@ KANSAS ST48-58L3.5L132.5U16-5628.6%36820-4841.7%3912
2/24/2018OKLAHOMA ST65-64W-5L139.5U23-5641.1%38822-5837.9%349
2/26/2018@ KANSAS              
3/3/2018W VIRGINIA              

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/9/2018IOWA ST83-78W-16L158.5O32-6747.8%341030-6744.8%4417
1/13/2018KANSAS ST73-72W-12.5L149.5U24-4949.0%251327-5549.1%2712
1/15/2018@ W VIRGINIA71-66W5.5W156.5U26-5944.1%351325-6240.3%3816
1/23/2018@ OKLAHOMA80-85L2L172.5U32-7145.1%351128-5749.1%4016
1/27/2018TEXAS A&M79-68W-9W146O30-6248.4%33928-6443.7%4014
1/29/2018@ KANSAS ST70-56W-1.5W147.5U21-4645.7%411621-6532.3%317
2/3/2018OKLAHOMA ST79-84L-12L151O28-6046.7%281132-6251.6%4116
2/10/2018@ BAYLOR64-80L-3L146.5U25-6339.7%311230-5356.6%3314
2/13/2018@ IOWA ST83-77W-6.5L153O30-6248.4%31729-5949.2%4012
2/17/2018W VIRGINIA77-69W-3.5W152.5U22-4746.8%30827-6144.3%3313
2/24/2018@ TEXAS TECH74-72W2.5W143O26-5250.0%291024-5642.9%348
3/3/2018@ OKLAHOMA ST              
TEXAS: Last season: 11-22
Who's gone: F Jarret Allen, G Kendal Yancy, F Shaq Cleare
Who's back: G Andrew Jones is the leading returning scorer at 11.4 points per game and came back after briefly considering the NBA. G Kerwin Roach Jr. averaged 9.1 points and may be the most athletic player on the roster.
Who's new: F Mohamed Bamba was a top recruit who is expected to be a one-and-done at Texas on his way to the NBA. He has been selected the Big 12's preseason freshman of the year. G Matt Coleman may be less heralded but might be more important to the entire offense if he delivers the point guard play Texas sorely lacked last season.
The Skinny: Texas and Smart had an embarrassing season in 2016-2017 despite having NBA lottery pick Allen on the roster. That didn't stop Texas from landing the likes of Bamba, and if he and Coleman and deliver as expected, the Longhorns should be vastly improved.
KANSAS: Last season: 31-5, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Who's gone: G Frank Mason III, G Josh Jackson, F Carlton Bragg, F Landen Lucas, F Dwight Coleby
Who's back: G Devonte Graham is the leading returning scorer at 13.4 points per game last season; G Svi Mykhailiuk averaged 9.8 points and flirted with the NBA before returning for senior season; G Lagerald Vick averaged 7.4 points; F Udoka Azubuike missed most of his freshman season with a wrist injury.
Who's new: G Malik Newman was a top-10 recruit who transferred from Mississippi State and sat out last season; G Sam Cunliffe is a transfer from Arizona State who becomes eligible in December; F Billy Preston was a consensus five-star recruit from Oak Hill Academy; G Marcus Garret was a four-star prospect from Dallas.
The Skinny: Kansas lost the national player of the year in Mason and a lottery pick in Jackson and is still favored to win its 14th straight Big 12 title. The Jayhawks should have more size with Azubuike and Preston in the paint, while Graham is poised to take over for Mason as a potential player of the year. If the newcomers can contribute, including do-everything guard Newman, the Jayhawks could make a Final Four run.
No. 8 Kansas goes for outright Big 12 title against Texas

LAWRENCE, Kan. -- With history secured, Kansas wants to completely certify its rightful place.

With a share of the Big 12 championship guaranteed, the Jayhawks (23-6, 12-4 Big 12) would prefer to win the crown outright and have a chance to do just that Monday against Texas (17-12, 7-9) in Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas is coming off a 74-72 victory at Texas Tech, which ensured the Jayhawks a 14th consecutive title, snapping a tie with UCLA (1967-79) for the longest streak of conference championships in college basketball history.

Senior point guard Devonte' Graham took over against Texas Tech down the stretch and Kansas carries a four-game winning streak into the Texas matchup.

"I'm excited, happy, all of the above, just for the team," Graham said. "At the end of the game, I just wanted to win so bad that I just put my heart all-out into the game, and thank God that shots fell."

Among those shots was a contorted drive to the hoop with 32 seconds left that keyed a five-point swing after Texas Tech had forged the game's only tie. Of his game-high 26 points, 18 came in the last 14 minutes when Graham may have cemented himself as the top player in a conference loaded with outstanding point guards, including Oklahoma freshman Trae Young.

"There is no doubt, no doubt, he's Big 12 player of the year," said Bill Self, the Kansas coach who has directed the conference title run and never been swept by a Big 12 rival. "You have to put an emphasis on winning. If he doesn't win it, we're going to get him the trophy anyway."

No question, Graham is the Jayhawks' most valuable contributor. The Texas Tech win marked the 12th time in the last 16 games he played 40 minutes. He has led Kansas in scoring 10 times and averages 17.9 points and 7.1 assists.

Texas is coming off a 65-64 victory Saturday over Oklahoma State behind a driving hoop from junior guard Kerwin Roach with 1.2 seconds remaining. Freshman center Mohamed Bamba, who averages a double-double and leads the Big 12 in rebounds and blocked shots, missed the second half after injuring his left toe and was limited to two points and four rebounds in 15 minutes.

Junior guard Eric Davis Jr. also sat out after he was implicated for taking an improper payment from a sports agency as part of an FBI probe into illegalities in college basketball. The Longhorns were already without starting guard Andrew Jones, who began treatments for leukemia in January.

"Our guys did a good job of staying together down the stretch," Texas coach Shaka Smart said of the short-handed performance. "Obviously, we were down a few guys. We had some different lineups in there that we haven't played a lot this year. We were able to make one more play."

More key plays leading to more wins will be needed for Texas to reach the NCAA Tournament. The Longhorns failed to make the NCAA field last season after advancing to the tournament in 2016, Smart's first season as coach. Texas made 16 appearances in 17 seasons under previous coach Rick Barnes.

Last Updated: 12/19/2018 1:39:27 AM EST

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