Jayhawks starters, all five of which likely played last game at Allen Fieldhouse, lead rout of the Red Raiders
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas had already been on the wrong end of one stunning upset this season.
The fourth-ranked Jayhawks weren’t about to go down that road again.
Texas Tech was little match for a motivated Kansas team that was celebrating its four senior starters, suffering a 79-42 loss at sold-out, decibel-meter-crushing Allen Fieldhouse.
"It's probably one of the most difficult situations in college basketball to come play Kansas on senior night," Tech coach Chris Walker said. "It's a very, very tough situation."