Posted February 02, 2013 on AP on Fox
Kansas guard Elijah Johnson had a chance to tie the game. All he needed to do was take another dribble, pull up at the 3-point line and hit an open jumper. Instead, the senior turned it over. The No. 2 Jayhawks were forced to watch helplessly as Phil Forte went the other direction for a layup at the buzzer that only served to punctuate Oklahoma State's 85-80 victory Saturday. The loss snapped Kansas' nation-leading 18-game win streak and a 33-game run of success at Allen Fieldhouse. ''All he had to do was shoot it,'' Kansas coach Bill Self said of Johnson's turnover with a few seconds left. ''He crossed over and I don't know where he was going, and he lost it.'' Lost a whole lot more than just the ball, too. Kansas had not lost at home to Oklahoma State since 1989, and its home winning streak was tied for the fourth-longest in school history. Coming in, Self had lost only seven times at the Phog in 164 games. ''This one ...
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