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Notes & Numbers: KU-OSU

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Jayhawks Kevin McCullar Jr., Dajuan Harris Jr., Johnny Furphy and Parker Braun congratulate each other during a timeout on Tuesday night in Stillwater. [Kansas Athletics photo]

Here's a quick look back at some of the most noteworthy stats and milestones from the Jayhawks' latest victory.

KU Starters (starts at KU/career starts): Dajuan Harris Jr. (94/94), Johnny Furphy (3/3), Kevin McCullar Jr. (50/99), KJ Adams (53/53), Hunter Dickinson (17/106)

Series Info: Kansas leads, 124-60 (38-36 in Ghallagher-Iba Arena)


• Made Kansas 15-2 or better for the third-straight season.
• Made Kansas 3-1 or better in Big 12 play for the 20th time in Bill Self’s 21 seasons at Kansas.
• Made Kansas 2-1 in true road games and 6-2 in games not played in Allen Fieldhouse this season.
• Extended Kansas’ win streak to six against Oklahoma State, making the KU-OSU series 124-60 in favor of Kansas.
• Made Bill Self 580-134 while at Kansas, 787-239 overall and 28-14 versus Oklahoma State (27-11 while at Kansas).
• Made Kansas 2,385-887 all-time.

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• Kansas recorded its fifth wire-to-wire victory of the season. Kansas’ other wire-to-wire victories this season came against NC Central, Manhattan College, Chaminade and Eastern Illinois.

• Kansas’ 24-point margin of victory was its largest in a conference game on the road since a 29-point win on Jan. 5, 2021 at TCU (W, 93-64).

• Kansas shot 62.1 percent from the field which marked its best shooting percentage in a game on the road since Feb. 29, 2016 at Texas (64.0 percent).

• Kansas made 36 field goals which was its most on the road in a conference game since an overtime win on Feb. 25, 2013 at Iowa State (37 FGM). It’s the
most in a conference game on the road in regulation since Feb. 1, 2011 at Texas Tech (36 FGM).

• Kansas finished with 21 assists tonight. The Jayhawks have at least 20 assists in nine of the first 16 games this season. The last time Kansas had 20+
assists in nine games through the first 16 games of a season was 2007-08 when KU won the national championship.

• Kansas scored 90 points to match its most ever scored in Stillwater (March 4, 2017).

• Kansas scored 48 first-half points and shot 21-of-31 (67.7 percent) from the field, the second-highest point total in a first half this season. The 48 points in the first half are the most in a conference game on the road since Jan. 5, 2021 at TCU (49 points).

• Kansas made 21 field goals in the first half. That is the most first half field goals in a conference game on the road since Feb. 1, 2011 at Texas Tech (22 FG).

• Kansas led 48-33 at the end of the first half. The 15-point KU halftime lead was its largest in a conference game since Feb. 5, 2022 vs. Baylor (18 points) and the largest in a conference game on the road since Jan. 8, 2020 at Iowa State (20 points).

• All five Kansas starters scored in double figures for the first time this season (Hunter Dickinson - 21, Kevin McCullar Jr. - 18, KJ Adams Jr. - 16, Johnny
Furphy - 15, Dajuan Harris Jr. - 11).


• Senior Hunter Dickinson dropped 21 points on 9-of-14 (64.3 percent) shooting, adding seven boards and two blocked shots. Dickinson recorded his eighth 20-point game of the season, which leads the Big 12 Conference.

• Graduate senior Kevin McCullar Jr. added 18 points, a game-high eight assists and six rebounds on a 7-of-14 (50.0 percent) clip in 35 minutes. McCullar has now scored in double figures in each of Kansas’ 17 games to start the season.

• Junior KJ Adams played 34 minutes and shot 8-of-10 (80.0 percent) from the floor to give him 16 points. Adams also dished out five assists and pulled down four rebounds.

• Freshman Johnny Furphy tied his career-high with 15 points, all of which came in the first half on 5-of-5 shooting, including three 3FG. Furphy has scored 10+ points in three contests so far. Furphy made his third career start tonight for Kansas.

• Senior Dajuan Harris Jr. added 11 points and a game-high three steals, passing Nick Bradford (1997-2000) and moving into ninth on Kansas’ all-time
career steal list with 189.

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