STAN Stanford Cardinal 84
Stanford Cardinal Stanford Overall (4-4)
ATS (3-2-2)
O/U (2-5)
December 01 2018
- ESPN
KU Kansas Jayhawks 90
Kansas Jayhawks Kansas Overall (6-0)
ATS (2-2-1)
O/U (4-1)
Final
Money Line Total: 149 Spread ATS
12OT
573 Stanford Cardinal +1350 Under -110 (+20) -110 Cover: 14
35409
574 Kansas Jayhawks -4000 Over -110 (-20) -110 OVER: 174
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Final
Money Line Total: 149 Spread ATS
573 STAN +1350 Under: -110 (+20) -110 Cover: 14
574 KU -4000 Over: -110 (-20) -110 OVER: 174
Line Movement
Money Line
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12/1/2018
11:21 AM
KU
-4000
STAN
+1350
12/1/2018
10:15 AM
KU
-4000
STAN
+1350
12/1/2018
9:06 AM
KU
-4000
STAN
+1350
12/1/2018
8:45 AM
KU
-4000
STAN
+1350
Spread
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12/1/2018
11:21 AM
KU(-20)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
10:15 AM
KU(-20)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
9:06 AM
KU(-20)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
8:45 AM
KU(-20)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
8:15 AM
KU(-20)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
8:09 AM
KU(-19)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
8:09 AM
KU(-20)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
7:06 AM
KU(-19)
-110
STAN
-110
11/30/2018
7:45 PM
KU(-18.5)
-110
STAN
-110
Total
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Total
12/1/2018
11:21 AM
149
-110
149
-110
12/1/2018
10:15 AM
150½
-110
150½
-110
12/1/2018
9:06 AM
148½
-110
148½
-110
Recap

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — After struggling to score in the first half, Lagerald Vick came through in a big way to rally No. 2 Kansas to a big win over Stanford.

Vick hit the tying 3-pointer in the closing seconds of regulation and had eight of his 27 points to start overtime and lead the Jayhawks to a 90-84 victory over Stanford on Saturday night.

"He was nonexistent for a while . but he was great down the stretch," Kansas coach Bill Self said. "We needed every one of (his points)."

Daejon Davis hit two free throws with 13.3 seconds left to push Stanford's lead to 75-72 after driving in and drawing a foul on Dedric Lawson. Kansas then ran its "chop" play — the same one it ran when Mario Chalmers sent the 2008 national championship into overtime — and Devon Dotson found Vick for the tying 3 with just 7 seconds left.

Vick almost single-handedly put the game out of reach in overtime, opening up the extra period with a 3 and following it up with a poster dunk that sent the crowd into a frenzy. He built on that the next time down, hitting his seventh 3 to make it an eight-point game and put it out of reach.

"That was an Allen Fieldhouse win," Self said.

Vick, who had just two points in the first half, wasn't worried about whether he was going to put it together and play to the level he has all season. It was a matter of when.

"It was just really letting the game come to me . when it came, it came," Vick said.

The tying play was actually designed to get the ball to Lawson, who was wide open at the top of the key. Naturally, though, Self didn't mind Vick putting it up.

"When you look at our stats, and we make seven threes as a team, I've got no problem with the guy that made all of them actually shooting it," Self joked.

Lawson finished with 24 points and 15 rebounds, and Udoka Azubuike had 18 points and nine rebounds for the Jayhawks.

KZ Okpala had 22 points and eight rebounds to lead Stanford. Davis added 19 points and eight boards, and Isaac White had 15 points on five 3s.

Cardinal coach and former Jayhawk star Jerod Haase was certainly impressed by Vick's performance, tipping his hat to the senior forward.

"He's fantastic," Haase said. "Made big time plays. There's only a few guys in the country that can probably do that."

But even then, the shot only tied the game, it didn't win it. The Cardinal had the ball with 7 seconds left, but couldn't execute as Davis hoisted a missed 3.

"The fact is we had quite a bit of time," Haase said. "We didn't work really effective when we got the ball back."

Davis was happy with how the possession played out, though.

"I always want the ball in my hands in that situation," Davis said. "I felt like I had a good look, just didn't go in."

The Cardinal's top-tier perimeter defense stifled the Jayhawks early, holding them to 0 for 6 in the first half and not allowing a 3 until four minutes into the second half. But down the stretch, that all changed, and erased their early success.

Conversely, Stanford overcame its poor shooting from deep this season, hitting a season-high 12 3s. The Cardinal entered the game averaging just 5.7 3's per game on 30.1 percent shooting.

Kansas now leads the all-time series over Stanford 11-3. The teams will conclude their four-game series next December at Stanford's Maples Pavilion.

TO FOUL OR NOT TO FOUL

Stanford could've easily fouled Dotson before Vick was able to get the ball, preventing Kansas from tying it. However, Haase said at the time, he thought there was too much time left to do so.

"I do have a plan, a personal belief in when to foul, and it was well over that number (on the clock)," Haase said. "If we go out there and do it again, I'll probably foul."

HAASE'S HOMECOMING

It was Haase's second return to Allen Fieldhouse as coach of the Cardinal, the first coming in December 2016. While emotions were undoubtedly riding high, he said it was easy to get past that once the game got going.

"It's been a while since I've been back . certainly emotional, but I think once we got into the game I was certainly locked in," Haase said.

In his three years with the Jayhawks, Haase started 99 of 101 games and helped lead them to three straight conference championships. He currently sits at No. 33 all-time in scoring with 1,264 points, and is No. 11 all-time in both 3's (156) and steals (174).

GRIDIRON GREETING

New Kansas football coach Les Miles was introduced to the public for the first time during halftime, and received a roaring ovation. Miles signed on to be the savior of the Jayhawks' lowly football program back in mid-November.

BIG PICTURE

Stanford has now lost all three games to ranked opponents this season, although their resilience against Kansas is a good sign moving forward.

Kansas remains undefeated, but its sloppy play early is telling of its inconsistency. The Jayhawks have yet to have a true blowout win, uncharacteristic for them in nonconference play.

UP NEXT

Stanford has a two week break to regroup before hosting Eastern Washington on Dec. 15.

Kansas returns Tuesday at home against Wofford, a potential chance for that first blowout victory.

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Matchup
Cardinal Overall
W/L 4-4
ATS 3-2-2
Pts For 70.6
Pts Against 71.0
Total 2-5
Cardinal Away
W/L 1-4
ATS 2-2-1
Pts For 64.6
Pts Against 74.6
Total 2-3
Last 8 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
12-1
4:30 PM
at Kansas L 90-84 W (20) O (149)
11-28
9:00 PM
Portland State W 79-67 T (-12) U (147)
11-23
6:00 PM
Middle Tennessee W 67-54 W (6.5) U (138.5)
11-22
6:00 PM
at Florida L 72-49 L (-6.5) U (135)
11-21
1:30 PM
at Wisconsin L 62-46 L (-9) U (137.5)
11-12
6:00 PM
at North Carolina L 90-72 T (18) O (158.5)
11-9
6:00 PM
at UNCW W 72-59 W (-5) U (160)
11-6
9:00 PM
Seattle W 96-74
Avg. Points For 70.6
Avg. Points Against 71.0
ATS 3-2-2
Over/Under 2-5
Jayhawks Overall
W/L 6-0
ATS 2-2-1
Pts For 86.5
Pts Against 77.3
Total 4-1
Jayhawks Home
W/L 6-0
ATS 2-2-1
Pts For 86.5
Pts Against 77.3
Total 4-1
Last 6 Games
Date Opponent Result ATS O/U
12-1
4:30 PM
Stanford W 90-84 L (-20) O (149)
11-23
8:50 PM
Tennessee W 87-81 W (-3.5) O (151.5)
11-21
6:30 PM
Marquette W 77-68 W (-8.5) U (160)
11-16
7:00 PM
Louisiana-Lafayette W 89-76 L (-21.5) O (160.5)
11-12
8:00 PM
Vermont W 84-68
11-6
6:00 PM
Michigan State W 92-87 T (-5) O (154.5)
Avg. Points For 86.5
Avg. Points Against 77.3
ATS 2-2-1
Over/Under 4-1
Scoring
Stanford
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
KZ Okpala (F) 43:007-13 53.8%3-5 60%5-6 83.3%1840234-622
Daejon Davis (G) 44:006-15 40%2-6 33.3%5-5 100%2830052-619
Isaac White (G) 27:005-7 71.4%5-7 71.4%0-0 0%2310000815
Cormac Ryan (G-F) 32:004-9 44.4%2-7 28.6%2-2 100%0211024-412
Josh Sharma (C) 19:003-4 75%0-0 0%2-4 50%021230558
Oscar da Silva (F) 29:002-10 20%0-7 0%2-2 100%1710042-146
Trevor Stanback (F) 14:001-1 100%0-0 0%0-0 0%2400112-162
Jaiden Delaire (F) 9:000-2 0%0-2 0%0-0 0%001000120
Lukas Kisunas (F-C) 3:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%110002100
Bryce Wills (G-F) 3:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000001100
Kodye Pugh (F) 2:000-2 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%111000010
Sam Beskind (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Keenan Fitzmorris (F-C) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Rodney Herenton (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Marcus Sheffield (G-F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Kansas
NameMinFG3 PTFTOff RebRebAstStlBlkTOFouls+/-PTS
Lagerald Vick (G) 43:0010-17 58.8%7-11 63.6%0-0 0%1511033627
Dedric Lawson (F) 36:007-16 43.8%0-1 0%10-11 90.9%41522025124
Udoka Azubuike (C) 28:009-11 81.8%0-0 0%0-3 0%39110241218
Devon Dotson (G) 43:003-7 42.9%0-0 0%4-7 57.1%0242003510
Marcus Garrett (G) 33:002-5 40%0-0 0%0-0 0%0114020264
Charlie Moore (G) 16:000-1 0%0-1 0%3-4 75%003000233
Quentin Grimes (G) 16:001-6 16.7%0-3 0%0-0 0%0100012-162
K.J. Lawson (G) 4:000-0 0%0-0 0%2-2 100%2200011-32
Mitch Lightfoot (F) 5:000-1 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%1100000-20
David McCormack (F) 1:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%0100000-20
Ochai Agbaji (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Silvio De Sousa (F) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Elijah Elliot (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Garrett Luinstra (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
Chris Teahan (G) 00:000-0 0%0-0 0%0-0 0%000000000
1st Half
Money Line
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Money Line
Spread
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Spread
12/1/2018
11:21 AM
KU(-12)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
10:15 AM
KU(-12)
-110
STAN
-110
12/1/2018
9:39 AM
KU(-12)
-110
STAN
-110
Total
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Total
12/1/2018
11:21 AM
71½
-110
71½
-110
12/1/2018
10:15 AM
72
-110
72
-110
12/1/2018
9:39 AM
70
-110
70
-110
2nd Half
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Money Line
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12/1/2018
5:30 PM
KU(-13)
-110
STAN
-110
Total
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Total
12/1/2018
5:30 PM
77
-110
77
-110