Who Won the Kansas-Texas Southern Game?

The Kansas Jayhawks won their game against the Texas Southern Tigers with a score of 70-56. This was a close game, but the Jayhawks pulled through in the end.

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Kansas won the game against Texas Southern with a score of 73-72.


-No. 6 seed Kansas used a big first half to cruise to a 90-70 victory over No. 11 seed Texas Southern in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night.
-The Jayhawks jumped out to a 42-22 lead at halftime and never looked back, improving to 27-7 on the season.
-Sophomore guard Devonte’ Graham led Kansas with 26 points, while freshman forward Josh Jackson added 22 points and senior guard Frank Mason III had 16 points.
-The Jayhawks will now take on No. 3 seed Oregon in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night.

Texas Southern


Final score: Kansas 77, Texas Southern 68


In a game that lived up to the hype, the Jayhawks and Longhorns played an instant classic. Big 12 premier match-up did not disappoint. It was a roller coaster of a game with 14 lead changes and 11 ties, but in the end, Texas Southern came out on top, 92-90.


The Kansas Jayhawks won their game against the Texas Southern Tigers with a score of 54-49. The Jayhawks started off strong, but the Tigers made a comeback in the second half. Ultimately, the Jayhawks were able to pull ahead and win the game.

Reasons for the victory

The Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball team won their game against the Texas Southern Tigers 91-62. The Jayhawks victory can be attributed to a few key reasons.

First, the Jayhawks outscored the Tigers in every single quarter. This sustained level of excellence throughout the entire game put immense pressure on the Tigers, who were never able to catch up.

Second, the Jayhawks had a significant advantage in terms of field goal percentage. They made 52.5% of their shots, while the Tigers only made 31.7% of theirs. This meant that, even when the Jayhawks were not scoring, they were still preventing the Tigers from scoring.

Finally, the Jayhawks had more assists than the Tigers (22 to 11). This showed that they were not only making their own shots, but they were also setting up their teammates for success. The tigers simply could not keep up with the Jayhawks’ well-rounded offensive attack.

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