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KANSAS (15 - 1) at TEXAS (8 - 8)
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Saturday, 1/19/2013 2:00 PM
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KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-1+8.27-86-576.738.648.9%39.259.327.634.3%33.4
Road Games5-1+3.23-32-272.238.349.8%33.359.529.536.8%31.2
Last 5 Games5-0+31-31-275.237.648.0%39.859.627.233.4%33.2
Conference Games3-0+21-21-172.734.044.5%38.759.727.733.9%35.3
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)76.738.628-5648.9%6-1736.8%15-2174.3%391016167138
vs opponents surrendering64.63023-5641.1%6-1833.2%12-1869.0%34912187144
Team Stats (Road Games)72.238.325-5049.8%5-1339.5%17-2373.6%33713157136
Stats Against (All Games)59.327.620-5934.3%7-2231.2%12-1867.8%331010186133
vs opponents averaging70.533.625-5644.3%6-1934.6%14-2069.1%361014167134
Stats Against (Road Games)59.529.520-5636.8%6-2032.5%12-1770.6%311010205143

TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games8-8-4.26-84-664.130.840.1%40.561.427.134.3%37.7
Home Games7-1+0.82-41-166.132.540.0%
Last 5 Games1-4-52-32-261.429.038.8%39.666.631.437.2%37.2
Conference Games0-3-41-22-164.728.740.0%
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)64.130.822-5640.1%5-1629.3%14-2363.2%401112196166
vs opponents surrendering66.831.324-5642.5%6-1933.3%13-1966.2%361013187154
Team Stats (Home Games)66.132.522-5540.0%5-1631.8%17-2665.1%431111187165
Stats Against (All Games)61.427.120-5934.3%5-1924.8%16-2370.1%381111209143
vs opponents averaging68.632.124-5842.2%6-1933.4%14-2068.7%361013188144
Stats Against (Home Games)52.223.118-5929.8%5-2221.7%12-1964.1%36108229153
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS 76.3,  TEXAS 73.7
KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/30/2012*OREGON ST84-78W-12L -33-5560.0%351726-6440.6%3212
12/22/2012@ OHIO ST74-66W5.5W140.5U25-4951.0%411920-6530.8%3713
12/29/2012AMERICAN89-57W - -34-5463.0%371121-5935.6%288
1/9/2013IOWA ST97-89W-11.5L149O31-6250.0%451430-7341.1%3811
1/12/2013@ TEXAS TECH60-46W-17L -19-4146.3%26917-4835.4%2816
1/19/2013@ TEXAS              
1/22/2013@ KANSAS ST              
1/28/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
2/2/2013OKLAHOMA ST              
2/6/2013@ TCU              
2/9/2013@ OKLAHOMA              
2/11/2013KANSAS ST              

TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/1/2012TX-ARLINGTON70-54W-10.5W -23-5145.1%311618-6129.5%4419
12/15/2012TEXAS ST75-63W-15L -27-6839.7%431420-5834.5%4118
12/19/2012N CAROLINA85-67W5W143.5O30-7440.5%461321-6731.3%4718
12/22/2012@ MICHIGAN ST56-67L12W126U19-5236.5%321821-4744.7%3616
12/29/2012RICE57-41W-18L -18-4936.7%461415-4731.9%2313
1/5/2013@ BAYLOR79-86L11W132.5O33-7444.6%441323-6435.9%4513
1/9/2013W VIRGINIA53-57L-4.5L128U19-5534.5%391419-6230.6%4511
1/12/2013@ IOWA ST62-82L9L139O24-6139.3%371125-5743.9%375
1/21/2013@ OKLAHOMA              
1/26/2013TEXAS TECH              
1/30/2013@ KANSAS ST              
2/4/2013@ W VIRGINIA              
2/9/2013OKLAHOMA ST              
KANSAS: This team will have to overcome two huge losses in PF Thomas Robinson and PG Tyshawn Taylor, who combined for 34.3 PPG last year in leading the Jayhawks all the way to the NCAA title game. But with C Jeff Withey (9.0 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 3.6 BPG) manning the paint, this will be a difficult team to score on once again. Senior guard Elijah Johnson (10.2 PPG, 3.5 APG) should be able to step in a bigger role for head coach Bill Self and pick up some of the scoring left by Taylor in the backcourt. Freshman Anrio Adams will join him in the backcourt, battling for minutes with swingman Travis Releford (8.5 PPG, 4.2 RPG), who is also a menace on the defensive end of the floor. The X-factor of this team could be the development of highly-touted freshman PF Perry Ellis, a state-bred athlete who could emerge as a dangerous threat in the paint and help fill Robinson's void.
TEXAS: Assuming Myck Kabongo is eligible to play this season (NCAA violations), this is a Rick Barnes squad that has the potential to be dangerous if it finds its groove. But Kabongo (9.6 PPG, 5.2 APG) will have to bear a heavy load, replacing the production of J'Covan Brown, who carried the team last year with 20.1 PPG. Kabongo and Sheldon McClellan (11.3 PPG) should form a potent backcourt duo, but the question is if they will be able to battle on the blocks. Six-foot-10 center Cameron Ridley is a top-10 recruit, but he should take time to develop and will have a heavy load to bear from day one. The McDonald's All-American will be joined in the post by another first-year player standing 6-foot-10, Prince Ibeh, who should actually complement Ridley well as a more athletic post player who plays excellent defense.
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*Kansas-Texas Preview* ======================


Kansas (15-1) at Texas (8-8), 2:00 p.m. EDT

It's hard to imagine where Kansas would be without Ben McLemore. Fortunately for the fourth-ranked Jayhawks, they appear to have survived a scare involving the freshman star.

After spraining his ankle earlier this week, McLemore is expected to be close to full strength as visiting Kansas goes for a 15th consecutive victory overall and fourth in a row over Texas on Saturday.

Averaging 16.4 points to rank second in the conference, McLemore has quickly established himself as one of the premier players in the country.

The 6-foot-5 guard scored 17 points Monday before hurting his right ankle late in a 61-44 win over Baylor. McLemore, though, returned to practice Thursday and should be good to go against Texas (8-8, 0-3).

"It's pretty easy to see how good a player he is," Bears coach Scott Drew said. "We knew out of high school he'd be good, but what he's done this early in his career has been impressive."

The Jayhawks (15-1, 3-0) have taken six of seven from the Longhorns, and though Texas isn't playing up to par, coach Bill Self isn't taking Saturday's matchup lightly.

"It's not an uncommon scene - good teams and good programs getting off to rough starts - depending on where they are playing," Self said. "But, this is different than most Texas games, I believe, because they are off to a start that isn't indicative of how great their program has been. And they'll get it back, Rick will get it back. But let's just hope that doesn't happen at our expense."

Texas is looking to avoid opening 0-4 in Big 12 play for the first time under coach Rick Barnes. The Longhorns haven't lost their first four league games since 1997-98.

While Texas' first two conference matchups against Baylor and West Virginia went to overtime, it was blown out 82-62 at Iowa State last Saturday.

Sophomores Jonathan Holmes and Julien Lewis scored 15 points apiece and freshman Ioannis Papapetrou chipped in 13. Leading scorer Sheldon McClellan, who has been dealing with right ankle soreness but was medically cleared to play, spent the first 11 minutes on the bench before making a one-minute appearance.

"We've got to get every guy on our team understanding how hard you've got to play consistently every single day," Barnes said when asked why McClellan hardly played. "We're asking guys just to do the fundamental things correctly.

"Where we are, it's obvious it's not working. It's not what we're about."

It's unknown how Barnes plans to use McClellan in this game. The sophomore guard is averaging 14.3 points.

Texas has dropped 13 of 15 against ranked foes, though it beat then-No. 23 North Carolina 85-67 on Dec. 19. The Longhorns, who held the Tar Heels to a season-low 31.3 percent shooting, rank second in the country with a 34.3 opponent field goal percentage - just behind Kansas' mark of 34.2.

"Our field goal percentage defense and Texas' is very comparable ... we're right there, neck and neck," Self said. "(Barnes) always had good defensive teams. ... Statistically, they've always been very good defensively."

In their only true road games this season, the Jayhawks beat then-No. 7 Ohio State 74-66 on Dec. 22 and Texas Tech 60-46 last Saturday.

Then-No. 7 Kansas got all it could handle during its last visit to Texas but held on for a 69-66 win last Jan. 21.

Last Updated: 6/25/2018 12:32:37 PM EST

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