Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks have been doing something right. The Jayhawks broke a 12-year old record winning their 63rd consecutive home game. Allen Fieldhouse has been kind to the Jayhawks over the years, including 1994-98 when KU originally set the record.
The Jayhawks left no doubt against Texas A&M-CC with a score of 82-41 that saw three bench players score in double digits. It really was a team effort -- and a dominating effort at that.
KU's Thomas Robinson led the way with 15 points and five boards while Marcus and Markieff Morris combined for 21 points and 15 rebounds. Mario Little and Travis Releford added 11 points off the bench, which was a career high for Releford. Tyshawn Taylor had a really nice game as well with seven points and nine assists. He was solid all night.
The Jayhawks didn't do a lot of things wrong and won the way a lot of folks figured they would.
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