The Kansas Jayhawks improved to 14-3 and 4-0 in the Big 12 with a second half comeback at home against Iowa State (12-5,2-2 Big 12) 82-73 on Saturday afternoon. The Cyclones led 43-40 at the half, but Tyshawn Taylor scored 22 points of a career-high 28 to bring Kansas back.
The game was tight for a half, until Kansas went on a 17-2 run in the second half, which became a 30-9 stretch that closed out the game. Taylor's 28 led the day, but the Jayhawks were able to distribute the ball evenly - Jeff Withey had 13 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocked shots, forward Thomas Robinson 11 points and 14 rebounds (his 12th double-double this year) and Elijah Johnson scored 12 points.
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