LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Getting off to a sensational start is only half the battle. Bill Self hopes No. 9 Kansas learned that lesson while beating Kansas State 68-57 on Saturday and holding the Wildcats to one of their most miserable halfs ever.
"If somebody's going to shoot 17 percent against you, you would think we could take advantage of it more than we did," the Kansas coach said. "I didn't think we did a good job of taking advantage of them shooting a low percentage."
Kansas led only 33-17 at halftime.