February 17, 2007
KU Continues To Roll
It was business as usual for Bill Self and eighth-ranked Kansas (23-4; 10-2) against Nebraska (15-10; 4-7) on Saturday afternoon. In defeating the Cornhuskers, 92-39, five Jayhawks scored in double-figures. For the fourth time in as many games, the Hawks defeated their opponent by at least 18-points.
Against the Cornhuskers on Saturday afternoon, five players, Julian Wright (10), Mario Chalmers (10), Brandon Rush (13), Darrell Arthur (13) and Sherron Collins (12) scored in double-figures.
In all, 13 players scored for the Jayhawks. Saturdays performance against the Cornhuskers was, without question, one of the most impressive performances of the Bill Self era.
"We kind of weathered the storm early and didn't play great but put it together late," said Self. "The whole key for us was just, `let's make a shot', because we had wide open looks the way they played. Then we started to make a lot of shots and we shared the ball and played very well. I thought the whole team played well today. The way they guarded us, we kind of took what they gave us.
"It's one of those deals where you tell your team to be aggressive and to attack inside, but when they don't guard you on the perimeter and just dare you to shoot it, it's not exactly aggressive when you pass those shots up," he added.
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