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SportDotson scores 25 as No. 14 Kansas wins 82-77 in OT at TCU

07:15  12 february  2019
07:15  12 february  2019 Source:   ap.org

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Box Score . Preview. Stats. KANSAS . TCU . No Text. Udoka Azubuike had 14 points , but played only 13 minutes before fouling out. TCU has seven more games in January, five of them on the road. The Frogs play at Texas on Wednesday night and at No. 7 Oklahoma next Saturday.

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Dotson scores 25 as No. 14 Kansas wins 82-77 in OT at TCU© The Associated Press TCU forward Lat Mayen (11) defends as Kansas forward Dedric Lawson (1) attempts a shot in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in Fort Worth, Texas, Monday, Feb. 11, 2019. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) FORT WORTH, Texas — Devon Dotson scored 25 points, including six free throws in the final 40 seconds of overtime, and No. 14 Kansas beat TCU 82-77 on Monday night for its second win in a row while starting four freshmen.

BOX SCORE: NO. 14 KANSAS 82, TCU 77 (OT)

After blowing a 12-point lead in the second half, the Jayhawks (19-6, 8-4 Big 12) never trailed in overtime. They broke the final tie on K.J. Lawson's jumper with 1:09 left before Dotson sealed it at the free-throw line.

Smothering defense guides Texas to 73-63 upset win over No. 11 Kansas

Smothering defense guides Texas to 73-63 upset win over No. 11 Kansas The Longhorns overwhelmed Kansas defensively and hit key shots and free throws down the stretch to snag a resume-building win.

Washington scored 14 of his 20 points in the second half, and the Wildcats beat the Jayhawks 71-63 on Saturday in the SEC-Big 12 Challenge. Kentucky dropped its three previous games against Kansas and trailed 33-30 at the break, but Johnson made three 3-pointers to help fuel the Wildcats’

TCU 's 17-game winning streak was a school record and the nation's longest before losing 90-89 in its Big Kansas : The Jayhawks got off to a fast start, making 10 of their first 12 shots for a 14 -point lead less than 7 The Frogs play at Texas on Wednesday night and at No. 7 Oklahoma next Saturday.

Dotson also had 10 rebounds for one of the three double-doubles for Kansas. Ochai Agbaji had 20 points and 11 rebounds, while Dedric Lawson, a junior and the only non-freshman starter, had 14 points and 10 rebounds.

TCU (17-7, 5-6), trying to win consecutive games against Top 25 teams for the first time in school history, had a 13-0 run late in regulation and took a 69-65 lead on JD Miller's two free throws with 2:07 left. The Frogs didn't score again until overtime.

Dedric Lawson had a putback basket for the Jayhawks with 1:06 left, and they got the ball back after TCU freshman Kendric Davis lost it out of bounds. The ball was initially ruled off a Kansas player until a replay review.

K.J. Lawson tied the game on a floater with 24 seconds left, and Davis missed a potential game-winning shot at the buzzer.

Mock chalk Jayhawk! Bill Self critical of Kansas squad after loss to Texas

Mock chalk Jayhawk! Bill Self critical of Kansas squad after loss to Texas Bill Self was critical of his team following a 73-63 loss at Texas on Tuesday night. Kansas was down by three points to the Longhorns with six minutes to go, but that was as close as the Jayhawks got before falling 73-63. 

77 -68. vs 5 TENN. The Jayhawks have won 14 straight regular-season conference titles, but the Wildcats sent a message with their decisive win . Dedric Lawson had 25 points and 10 rebounds, Devon Dotson added 20 points and No. 11 Kansas took out the frustration of a lousy week on No. 16

Kansas defeats TCU , 77 -68. From there, it took Kansas freshman Ochai Agbaji just 10 more seconds to make an impact that was felt throughout Allen Fieldhouse long into As he soared toward the rim, freshman point guard Devon Dotson floated a soft pass toward him and Agbaji did the rest

Desmond Bane had 18 points for TCU while Davis scored 16, Kouat Noi had 14 and Alex Robinson scored 13.

BIG PICTURE

Kansas: The young Jayhawks got a big road win. After senior guard Lagerald Vick took a leave of absence from the program last week, coach Bill Self used four freshman starters Saturday for only the second time in his 16 seasons. They won Saturday at Oklahoma State, rebounding from a loss at Kansas State, and overcome a raucous atmosphere in Fort Worth.

TCU: It was a stinging loss for TCU, which had won eight consecutive Big 12 home games. The Frogs were coming off a 92-83 win at then-No. 17 Iowa State on Saturday. They jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first 1½ minutes against Kansas, and had the big run late before falling.

UP NEXT

Kansas is home Saturday against struggling West Virginia, which beat the Jayhawks 65-64 on Jan. 19.

TCU hosts Oklahoma on Saturday with a chance for a regular-season series sweep of the Sooners.

Lawson leads No. 11 Kansas past No. 16 Texas Tech, 79-63

Lawson leads No. 11 Kansas past No. 16 Texas Tech, 79-63 No. 11 Kansas took out the frustration of a lousy week on No. 16 Texas Tech with a 79-63 victory Saturday. Lagerald Vick added 13 points and Ochai Agbaji had 10 for the Jayhawks (17-5, 6-3 Big 12), who came into the showdown of Big 12 title contenders having lost two straight and three of four. BOX SCORE: NO. 11 KANSAS 79, NO. 16 TEXAS TECH 63 Suddenly and unexpectedly, they looked every bit the program that has won 14 straight crowns.

They finished the season 25 –10, 14 –4 in Big 12 play to win the Big 12 regular season championship. Only UCLA has won more consecutive "power conference" championships with 13 (1967–1979). No. 25 Kansas State Sunflower Showdown. at TCU .

Kansas , Oklahoma, and Iowa State each reached the Sweet 16, with Oklahoma advancing all the way to the Final four before losing to the eventual champions Villanova. 3.1 Conference Matrix. 3.2 Points scored . 3.3 Baylor. at TCU . at No . 14 West Virginia.

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