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Notes & Numbers: KU-OU

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The Jayhawks wait together during a break in the action during Saturday's 78-66 win over the Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse. [Chance Parker 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. (93/93) Johnny Furphy (2/2) Kevin McCullar Jr. (49/98) KJ Adams Jr. (52/52) Hunter Dickinson (16/105)

Series Info: Kansas leads, 156-69 (53-7 at Allen Fieldhouse)


• Made Kansas 14-2 or better for the third-straight season.

• Made Kansas 2-1 or better in Big 12 play for the 20th time in Bill Self’s 21 seasons at Kansas.

• Gave Kansas 14-straight wins in Allen Fieldhouse, including 9-0 this season.

• Extended Kansas’ win streak to six games against Oklahoma. Kansas has now 24-straight games against Oklahoma in Allen Fieldhouse.

• Made KU 849-117 all-time in Allen Fieldhouse, including 308-17 under Bill Self.

• Made Bill Self 579-134 while at Kansas, 786-239 overall and 28-8 versus Oklahoma (28-6 while at Kansas).

• Made Kansas 2,384-887 all-time.

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• Kansas committed just 2 turnovers in the contest against Oklahoma, setting a new program record. The previous low of 3 turnovers was done twice (Jan. 15, 1966 vs. Iowa State and Jan. 24, 2015 vs. Texas).

• Kansas improved to 117-18 all-time under Bill Self following a loss.

• Kansas is now 4-1 against AP top 25 teams this season, including 3-1 against top-10 ranked opponents. The Jayhawks are 23-4 against AP top 10 teams inside Allen Fieldhouse in the Bill Self era (since 2003-04).

• Kansas shot 94.4 percent (17-of-18) from the free throw line. That is the highest free throw percentage in a conference game this season and the highest since Jan. 23, 2023 at Baylor (100.0 percent).

• Kansas had two players finish with a double-double in the same game for the third time this season (Nov. 20, 2023 vs. Chaminade and Jan. 6, 2024 vs. TCU).

• Kansas pulled down 10 offensive rebounds, marking the seventh time this season KU has grabbed double-digit offensive rebounds.


• Senior center Hunter Dickinson recorded his 10th double-double of the season (41st career) with 24 points and 14 rebounds to go along with a career-high-tying five blocks in 32 minutes. Dickinson now has five blocks four times in his career and this was his first time at Kansas. Kansas is 10-0 when Dickinson records a double-double. Dickinson has 20+ points in seven games this season and 41 times in his career.

• Junior forward KJ Adams Jr. posted his second career double-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and three assists in 40 minutes. Adams has scored in double figures in 12 games this season and 32 times in his career. Adams has at least 10 rebounds in three of his last four games after never doing it once in his first 95 career games.

• Graduate-senior guard Kevin McCullar Jr. contributed 21 points, four rebounds and four assists in 38 minutes. McCullar shot 10-of-11 (90.9 percent) from the free throw line today. He now has at least 10 FTM in three games this season and six times in his career. McCullar and Dickinson have both finished with at least 20 points in a game four times this season.

• Redshirt senior guard Dajuan Harris Jr. moved into ninth all-time on the KU career assists list with 569. He passed Adonis Jordan (1990-93) who had 568. Harris finished with seven points, eight assists and three steals in 40 minutes.

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