January 25, 2011
Kansas takes advantage of second chances
BOULDER, Colo. - In front of the third largest crowd in Coors Events Center history, the Buffaloes battled sixth-ranked Kansas on Tuesday night. Colorado trailed by just two points with 31.6 seconds left, but the Jayhawks made their final seven free-throw attempts to ice the game.
Kansas freshman Josh Selby showed why he was the nation's top ranked point guard prospect from the Class of 2010. He scored 17 points to lead the Jayhawks to a 82-78 victory.
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