Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy, a graduate of Baker University, also was scheduled to be in attendance. • Seniors Justin Wesley and Niko Roberts each made the first starts of their career. Wesley went scoreless in 9 minutes, while Roberts, the son of KU assistant Norm Roberts, had one points in 6 minutes. Each gave speeches after the game, thanking their families and the KU staff. Wesley also thanked the “Wang Burger,” the famed burger at the iconic KU bar, The Wheel. • Myles Turner, the top unsigned basketball recruit in the country, sat behind KU’s bench while on his official visit. A 6-foot-11 center from Euless, Texas, Turner is rated as the nation’s sixth-best prospect, according to Rivals.com. His current list of options includes Arizona, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Ohio State, Oklahoma State and Texas. He has visited Oklahoma State and SMU and will take a visit to Duke this weekend. First half • Key play: Perry Ellis ignited a 13-0 run with a three-pointer, while KU finished the half on a 17-4 run. • Key stat: Texas Tech shot five of 24. Second half • Key play: Andrew Wiggins opened the half with a three-pointer, stretching KU’s lead to 42-19. • Key stat: KU won its 30th straight on Senior Night.