LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- It didn't take Kansas to win its 35th
consecutive home opener.
Sherron Collins scored 22 points and fueled a 17-2 run early in
the second half, helping the fourth-ranked Jayhawks swamp
Kansas led 47-35 at halftime, then quickly turned it into a romp
when the Warhawks' two top scorers, Tony Hooper and Lance Brasher,
went to the bench with four fouls.
The Jayhawks had not scored 100 points in an opener since 1991,
but their overwhelming advantage in depth and height -- the Warhawks
had only one starter taller than 6-4 -- made it a complete mismatch.
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