Found November 02, 2011 on KUathletics.com:
PLAYERS: Jeff Withey
TEAMS: Kansas Jayhawks
If Jeff Withey's performance Tuesday night serves as an indicator of things to come, than the rest of the Big 12 should be put on notice. That's because the Kansas junior netted 18 points, grabbed a dozen rebounds and swatted 10 blocks in what would have been his first collegiate triple double, if the match-up with Pittsburg State University fell within the regular season schedule.
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