Guided by Marcus Morris’ 27 points in 31 minutes the Jayhawks beat the spread for the 15th time in the season.
To find another season start as the one that the Kansas Jayhawks are having we have to go back to 2001, year that the school also began with a 26-2 record. This pretty much summarizes how positive the 2010/11 season is being for the Jayhawks that find themselves in second place of the Big 12 and ranked No. 3 in the AP poll.
With that momentum the 17-point spread set for the game on Monday night at their home field, the Phog Allen Fieldhouse, against the Oklahoma State Cowboys wasn’t going to be too much of an obstacle for them. And they demonstrated it beating the spread by 10 points, in a game that they pretty much had won since the first half with a 24 point lead.
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