Found February 11, 2013 on
Bush League Chronicle:
The Kansas Jayhawks entered play on Monday against arch-rival Kansas State on a three-game losing skid and badly in need of a win. Losing streaks of this kind isn't exactly a normal thing for the perennial college basketball power, so one can only imagine the frustration they were looking to take out against the Wildcats.One of the Jayhawks who unleashed the fury in the conference affair was 7-foot senior center Jeff Withey. With his team leading 58-43 about midway through the second half, Withey took a pass in the paint and then proceeded to dunk all over Kansas State senior Jordan Henriquez. Oh, and he also drew a foul as well. Needless to say, the home crowd went crazy and so did Withey.Kansas went on to steamroll the Wildcats to help snap the dreaded skid.
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NORMAN, Okla. — Kansas center Jeff Withey and point guard Elijah Johnson discuss what went wrong in their 72-66 loss to Oklahoma.
The Kansas Jayhawks are a perennial power house when it comes to college basketball, but after their third loss in a row there are bound to be more people than just the head coach wondering what's up with his team.
Following Wednesday's loss to Big 12 bottom feeder TCU head coach Bill Self called the team the worst that the school has ever had.
Now, I can only assume...
Ben McLemore scored 30 points on his 20th birthday, Jeff Withey dominated in the paint and No. 14 Kansas routed No. 10 Kansas State 83-62 on Monday night to snap a maddening three-game skid and forge a tie for first in the Big 12.
NORMAN, Okla. — Kansas head coach Bill Self talks about what went wrong in his team's 72-66 setback to Oklahoma.
Two weeks ago, Kansas appeared to be cruising toward its ninth straight Big 12 regular-season title.
Now the Jayhawks are in danger of their longest losing streak in 24 years, and they must knock off their intrastate rival for the second time this season to avoid it.
The fifth-ranked Jayhawks host No. 13 Kansas State on Monday night looking to prevent the program's first four...
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Red-hot Kansas State, winners of four games in a row, takes on the dazed Kansas Jayhawks, losers of three games in a row, Monday night at 8 in Allen Fieldhouse. It’s a building where K-State has not won in since 2006. “Just another game,” the players will say, but not with the Big 12 title on the line.
Allen Fieldhouse promises to be a different kind of electric come Monday night, when the Kansas Jayhawks host in-state rival Kansas State, in what amounts to a battle for first place in the Big 12.
Allen Fieldhouse is one of the most electric places to watch a basketball game at any level and on Monday night, it was the catalyst that helped the Kansas Jayhawks wake from a three game slumber to pound the Kansas State Wildcats 83-62, before a deafening roar of 16,300 fans.