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No. 10 Kansas riding high after big win
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Toughness was an issue for Kansas early in the basketball season. So much so that during nonconference play, Bill Self labeled the team the softest he had coached in 15 seasons with the Jayhawks.
Leading the Big 12 with a 5-1 mark, however, provides some fresh perspective, especially after the No. 10 Jayhawks climbed to 15-3 overall with a win at one of the toughest places to play in the league, West Virginia.
"The most physical team we've played to date. I mean on block-outs and posting and things like that," Self said. "So hopefully it will benefit us. The thing about it is, from a toughness standpoint, a lot of it's physical, but I would say the majority of it's not.MORE
|Rebounds:||J. Lual-Acuil Jr.||9.5|
|FG%:||J. Lual-Acuil Jr.||52.0%|
|Blocks:||J. Lual-Acuil Jr.||2.1|