Kansas Vs. Texas Tech Halftime Score: Jayhawks Doubling Up Red Raiders, 44-22

LAWRENCE, KS - FEBRUARY 01: Travis Releford #24 of the Kansas Jayhawks reacts after scoring during the game against the Oklahoma Sooners on February 1, 2012 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Kansas is taking on Texas Tech is at the cellar of the Big 12.

The Kansas Jayhawks are having no issues taking on the Texas Tech Red Raiders, and at the break are leading 44-22. There is not one player who is leading Kansas past Texas Tech as there are no players in double figures, but as a team Kansas is shooting 57 percent from the field and is 5-of-8 from three-point range.

As for Texas Tech they have made only 7-of-21 shots in first half and Ty Nurse is the only player who is doing anything for Texas Tech as he has 11 points and has accounted for more than half of their made baskets with four.

The game got out of hand when Kansas went on a 20-2 run which extended lead from 14-7 to 30-9, and really this game has not been close since the opening tip.

For more on Kansas basketball go check out Rock Chalk Talk and for all things on Texas Tech go visit Double T Nation.

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