(AP) -- A visit to TCU might be what Kansas needs to rebound from its first regular-season conference loss in almost a year.
Looking for a 10th straight road victory, the fifth-ranked Jayhawks can get back on track by keeping the Horned Frogs winless in the Big 12 on Wednesday night.
Riding a nation-leading 18-game winning streak and a 33-game run at Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas (19-2, 7-1) was stunned 85-80 by Oklahoma State on Saturday. The result also snapped the Jayhawks' 15-game regular-season league winning streak that dated to a 74-71 loss at then-No. 4 Missouri on Feb. 4, 2012.
"It's one of those things that's not broken, it's not panic time, but it is a wake-up call to say we need to fix some things," Bill Self said.
Kansas shot 41.0 percent and committed 16 turnovers for the second straight game while yielding 26.3 points more than its average coming into the contest.
Ben McLemore scored 23 as the Jayhawks rallied from a 14-point first-half deficit before falling short. P...