This game was out of hand from the start as the Kansas Jayhawks raced out to a 14-7 lead and never looked back en route to a 44-22 first half advantage against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Kansas did not let up in the second half as they won by a final score of 83-50.
Kansas spread out the scoring with four players in double figures with Thomas Robinson leading the way in scoring with 16 points. With the game out of hand the bench was utilized early in the first half which allowed for six players to score nine points or more.
The Kansas defense also had a big night as they forced 20 Red Raiders turnovers and turned those into 24 points. This game was not much different from the time the first two teams met where Kansas won 81-46.
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