Postgame Notes: No. 6 Kansas 60, Texas Tech 46
Dejan Kravic tied his career-high with eight rebounds against Kansas.
January 12, 2013
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Starters versus Kansas: Dusty Hannahs, Josh Gray, Jamal Williams, Jr., Jordan Tolbert and Dejan Kravic. It was Tolbert's 43rd career start, while Gray made his 14th, Kravic his 13th, Williams his 10th and Hannahs his sixth.
Kansas leads the all-time series, 23-4.
The last time Texas Tech held a Big 12 opponent to less that 28 percent shooting in the first half was at Kansas State last season on Jan. 25, when the Wildcats shots just 23.3 percent (6-26) in the first half. Kansas shot 27.8 percent (5-18) in the first half.
Texas Tech out-rebounded Kansas, 28-26. It was the first time since March 4, 2009, that the Red Raiders have out-rebounded Kansas.
Jamal Williams, Jr. led the Red Raiders in scoring for the first time this season, as the junior finished with 11 points. He is the fifth different player to lead Texas Tech in scoring this season. Williams was 3 of 7 from the floor, 1 of 2 from 3-point line, and 4 of 5 from the line. He also had two assists and two steals.
Dejan Kravic recorded his third eight-rebound game of the season and finished with nine points. He was 3 of 8 from the field and 3 of 4 from the line. It was his eighth game with at least nine points.
Jaye Crockett extended his streak of consecutive games scored to 27 against Kansas. He had three points, four rebounds and two assists against the Jayhawks.
Jordan Tolbert finished the game with eight points, five rebounds and a block. It was the 45th straight time he has scored in a game for the Red Raiders. It is the longest active streak on the team. He has scored in every game over the last two seasons.
Josh Gray had his sixth game of the season with at least four assists. He finished the the game with six points, four assists and two rebounds.