Kansas Jayhawks Home Loss To Texas Longhorns Was First In Nearly Four Years

As everyone knows by now, the Kansas Jayhawks lost to the Texas Longhorns on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. The No. 2 team in the country losing is a story in itself but on top of that KU basketball also lost at home for the first time in nearly four years.

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The last time Kansas lost at Allen Fieldhouse was Feb. 3, 2007 in a 69-66 battle to Texas A&M. That stretch was 69 consecutive home wins for the Jayhawks.

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There is one player on the roster who has experience a defeat at Allen Fieldhouse -- Brady Morningstar.

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↵↵"It hurts. You don't like to lose. Obviously we had the streak going. We're not playing to keep the streak alive. We're playing to get a win. It happens. You've got to bounce back."    

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The previous record for a home winning streak was 62 games from 1994-98.

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