Kansas post player Landen Lucas dunks over K-State’s D.J. Johnson on Monday night in Manhattan.
Kansas post player Landen Lucas dunks over K-State’s D.J. Johnson on Monday night in Manhattan. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Kansas post player Landen Lucas dunks over K-State’s D.J. Johnson on Monday night in Manhattan. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

No. 3 Kansas takes control late to beat Kansas State 74-71

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  • Leaving Azubuike in 'wrong thing to do to win this game'

    Kansas coach Bill Self says after 85-80 loss to Oklahoma on Jan. 23, 2018: " I've never believed that you take out one of your best players because you show him you don't have confidence in him."