For one half, Tennessee-Chattanooga guard Farad Cobb brought back memories for Kansas coach Bill Self. Cobb had hit six three pointers and went to the locker room at halftime with 18 points, as the Mocs led the Jayhawks 36-28.
Freshman Farad Cobb had a vision before Tuesday night's game.
He saw himself stepping back inside venerable Allen Fieldhouse, looking up at the rim and making a 3-pointer over some unsuspecting defender from No. 7 Kansas.
His vision proved prophetic, and then he added six more to set a freshman record for Chattanooga, which gave the Jayhawks all they could handle before falling...
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November 15, 2012