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TEXAS (11 - 13) at KANSAS (20 - 4)
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TEXAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-13-6.212-106-864.529.741.4%38.163.327.936.1%37.1
Road Games1-10-86-55-661.627.540.3%36.670.931.740.9%37.3
Last 5 Games2-3-13-21-164.626.243.3%34.668.831.239.3%36.6
Conference Games3-8-67-44-365.127.842.8%35.169.430.839.0%37.6
TEXAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)64.529.723-5641.4%5-1628.4%14-2164.3%381012196165
vs opponents surrendering66.230.824-5642.3%6-1932.9%13-1967.6%351013187144
Team Stats (Road Games)61.627.523-5740.3%4-1626.9%12-1862.9%371113205165
Stats Against (All Games)63.327.921-5836.1%5-1826.1%17-2470.7%371111199143
vs opponents averaging68.432.124-5742.4%6-1933.6%14-2069.1%361013187143
Stats Against (Road Games)70.931.723-5640.9%5-1530.0%20-2774.6%371014178123

KANSAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games20-4+610-138-973.536.246.9%39.060.628.236.1%32.7
Home Games12-1+26-65-478.838.247.5%42.461.027.234.4%33.9
Last 5 Games2-3-5.21-42-
Conference Games8-3-0.24-73-568.532.243.3%38.662.228.938.3%32.5
KANSAS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.536.226-5546.9%6-1635.5%16-2272.2%391015177137
vs opponents surrendering64.129.523-5541.4%6-1832.9%12-1868.7%34912186143
Team Stats (Home Games)78.838.228-6047.5%7-1937.1%15-2075.2%421217178139
Stats Against (All Games)60.628.221-5836.1%7-2131.8%12-1868.0%33911187133
vs opponents averaging68.632.524-5643.5%6-1834.2%14-2069.0%361013177134
Stats Against (Home Games)61.027.221-6134.4%7-2231.3%12-1867.8%341011177134
Average power rating of opponents played: TEXAS 75.8,  KANSAS 77.7
TEXAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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@ OKLAHOMA67-73L7.5W129.5O27-6144.3%341525-5248.1%3213
1/26/2013TEXAS TECH73-57W-11W -25-5446.3%301020-5437.0%3619
1/30/2013@ KANSAS ST57-83L9.5L122O19-4641.3%301830-6347.6%346
2/2/2013TCU60-43W-12W -23-4452.3%301117-5232.7%3313
2/4/2013@ W VIRGINIA58-60L5.5W125.5U21-6035.0%361518-3946.2%2916
2/9/2013OKLAHOMA ST59-72L3.5L -23-5939.0%341521-5637.5%4617
2/13/2013IOWA ST89-86W0W -31-6150.8%431828-8035.0%418
2/16/2013@ KANSAS              
2/19/2013@ TCU              
2/23/2013KANSAS ST              
3/2/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST              
3/9/2013@ TEXAS TECH              

KANSAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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@ TEXAS64-59W-9.5L127.5U20-5139.2%361525-5644.6%2914
1/22/2013@ KANSAS ST59-55W-3.5W -21-4645.7%351320-5735.1%2810
1/28/2013@ W VIRGINIA61-56W-8L131U20-3754.1%361620-5437.0%279
2/2/2013OKLAHOMA ST80-85L-9.5L -25-6141.0%411629-6743.3%4013
2/6/2013@ TCU55-62L-17L118.5U18-6129.5%441318-4639.1%3911
2/9/2013@ OKLAHOMA66-72L-5.5L135.5O25-5446.3%351326-5844.8%3511
2/11/2013KANSAS ST83-62W-8W129.5O28-5848.3%411420-5040.0%2314
2/20/2013@ OKLAHOMA ST              
2/25/2013@ IOWA ST              
3/2/2013W VIRGINIA              
3/4/2013TEXAS TECH              
3/9/2013@ BAYLOR              
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.
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.
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*Texas-Kansas Preview* ======================


Texas (11-13) at Kansas (20-4), 9:00 p.m. EDT

Kansas coach Bill Self wasn't shocked at his team's recent losing streak. He'd just prefer that it doesn't happen again.

The 14th-ranked Jayhawks continue their push for a ninth consecutive Big 12 regular-season title when they host Texas on Saturday night.

Well on its way to another league crown with 18 consecutive victories Nov. 15-Jan. 28, Kansas (20-4, 8-3) endured a three-game skid before Monday's 83-62 victory over No. 10 Kansas State. Led by Ben McLemore's 30 points and center Jeff Withey's 17 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks, the Jayhawks ended their longest slide since 2005.

"What we were going through is what 99 percent of teams in America go through," Self said. "There's only 1 percent that doesn't go through this kind of stretch. And we're spoiled because it's been a long time since we went through one of these stretches."

Tied with Kansas State and No. 17 Oklahoma State atop the Big 12, the Jayhawks can't afford a letdown against Texas (11-13, 3-8) with sole possession of first place possibly up for grabs when they visit the Cowboys on Wednesday.

The Longhorns come to town with one win in 11 road games in this series, but that 74-63 victory Jan. 22, 2011, ended the Jayhawks' 69-game run at home.

This, though, is a different Texas team. The Longhorns, who fell to 0-4 in Big 12 play for the first time under coach Rick Barnes with a 64-59 defeat to Kansas on Jan. 19, will match last season's loss total if they can't end a seven-game road skid against Top 25 teams.

Barnes understands the challenges of playing in Lawrence, but he's cautiously optimistic after watching his team avoid a third consecutive loss with Wednesday's 89-86 double-overtime victory over Iowa State.

"We have something to work with," said Barnes, whose team last won two straight two months ago. "We are not anywhere near where we need to be, but it's a start."

The Longhorns, 0-5 on the road in conference play, are expected to have forward Jonathan Holmes and point guard Myck Kabongo available after both returned Wednesday.

Holmes, the team leader with 6.8 rebounds per game, missed five games with a broken hand while Kabongo started and finished with 13 points and seven assists in his season debut following an NCAA suspension.

It's uncertain if Sheldon McClellan and Julien Lewis will be out of the starting five for a second straight game, but the sophomore guards and team's top two scorers will likely need to produce to counter Kansas' guard rotation of McLemore, Travis Releford, Elijah Johnson and Naadir Tharpe.

Kansas is ranked first in the nation in field-goal defense at 36.11, just ahead of Texas' mark of 36.13. A big reason for the Jayhawks' success is Withey, the reigning league defensive player of the year who is third in the country with 4.1 blocks per game.

After breaking Greg Ostertag's school record of 258 blocks Monday, Withey needs two to pass Texas' Chris Mihm for the Big 12 record with 265.

"I'm not satisfied, obviously," said Withey, who had three blocks last month against the Longhorns. "I want to break the conference record."

Kansas has won 10 of the last 12 in this series.

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