Outside of approximately a 10-minute stretch in the second half, Kansas was thoroughly dominated by Baylor in Waco, putting a serious dent in KU’s quest for 14-straight conference titles.
KU scored just 0.67 points per possession in the first half (note: that’s bad) en route to a 30-20 halftime deficit. In fact, KU had more turnovers in the first half (9) than field goals made (7).
A run in the second half brought the Jayhawks to within two points at 58-56, but back-to-back threes by Manu Lecomte gave Baylor a comfortable margin once again, and the Bears ran away from the Jayhawks to the 80-64 final.
Personally, I did not get to watch the this game, so all I can go off of are the box score and other recaps.
First thing to note: It’s really hard to win a game when at least two of your five starters are off.


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