An elite performance on both ends of the floor worthy of the newly minted No. 1 team in the nation saw the top-ranked Kansas Jayhawks outpace the Oklahoma State Cowboys, 83-58.
Senior center Udoka Azubuike was one of five Jayhawks to score in double figures and posted his 12th double-double of the season via his 19 points, 16 rebound performance to help his team to its 13th-straight victory.
The win pushed Kansas to 14-1 in Big 12 play and to 25-3 on the year, marking an NCAA-record 15th-straight season the Jayhawks have posted 25 or more victories. Oklahoma State fell to 14-14 in its 2019-20 campaign and to 4-11 in the league.
Sophomore forward David McCormack swatted away an Isaac Likekele lay-up and kickstarted a KU breakaway that ended in a Devon Dotson to Ochai Agbaji alley-oop slam with just under six minutes to play in the opening half. The Agbaji dunk capped a 10-3 KU run that helped the Jayhawks extend its lead to 10 points 27-17. KU’s lead never shrunk to less than six points from the remainder of the game.