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Kansas to win the sprint again Purdue 98-66 to advance to Elite Eight Vs. Oregon

Kansas City, MO – Kansas ’98 -66 16 sweet victory at Purdue ended when Lagerald left Vick.

The main option in the Midwest still cut a lively Purdue in the second half, Vick dropped Purdue track little more than 12 minutes to go and were designed to fit the top Caleb Swanigan front of the key.

No one is going to hold employees, Vick knows he has enough time. He declined, placed his right, and freed almost 360 in front of the bank and fans Kansas 13000 Kansas.

Fresh Josh Jackson performed

Three followed by a fresh Josh Jackson performed by the finisher. Five break points that turned the game 61-54 with a blowout 12 points and delivered Sprint Center – Kansas that fans call Allen Fieldhouse Kansas City because it east near the KU campus – a frenzied panic ear. And most importantly, it helps to put Kansas Elite Eight.

Yes, there is still plenty to play games like Purdue coach Matt Schilder Jackson called timeout to set the mercy of three. But as tendencies and bubbles revive Kansas’ order, she felt reasonably safe in the crowd screaming fans dressed in red and blue the Purdue opportunity ended.

Kansas turned to the four-point lead (at 58-54) is a 20-point lead over eight minutes, and Boilermakers outscored 32-12 minutes after the painter’s time limit.

If you are wondering Vick’s rotation and buried is not a decision taken on a whim. Although he may not know that he will turn into a breakup, if he has the chance, he called his fellow cat Carlton Bragg.

“I told Carlton the game, if I had to tolerate it, I will. I happened to be in the right place at the right time.”

And missed the buried NCAA tournament, Kansas coach Bill Self was happy to do Vick.

“Lagerald is very athletic and he is a very athletic game,” said Kansas coach Bill Self. “I’m glad he did it. It could be a pain if he did not.

Kansas guard Frank Mason, favorite Naismith Award, fired 26 points in 9-of-11. Devonte Graham is 26 as well. Jackson is 15 and has spent time keeping Swanigan, Big Ten Player of the Year.

Swanigan finished with 18 points. But he took seven rebounds, five fewer than the average season, and make six Purdue 16 sales.

As Purdue went on to a larger schedule with 7-foot 2 Isaac Haas 19 minutes and Kansas single-man ‘Landen Lucas spent on foul trouble, the lean Jackson forcing the player to nearly 50 pounds.

“If you look at your Country statistics had only four rebounds, but the story is only seven Caleb,” said his own, adding that he had “sold” to the Swanigan statistics line.

He does not have to. And now waits for the Oregon State clash on Saturday.

“We can control the boards in the first two games, and they did a good job on the glass,” said Painter. “It seems every time we have the offensive rebound, and they made us pay every time we are in so the transition to the other side and change.

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