Kansas’ Kelly Oubre (left) shot under pressure from Lafayette’s Seth Hinrichs in the first half Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence. The No. 10 Jayhawks won the game 96-69.
Kansas’ Kelly Oubre (left) shot under pressure from Lafayette’s Seth Hinrichs in the first half Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence. The No. 10 Jayhawks won the game 96-69. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
Kansas’ Kelly Oubre (left) shot under pressure from Lafayette’s Seth Hinrichs in the first half Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence. The No. 10 Jayhawks won the game 96-69. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

No. 10 Kansas uses its deep bench to beat Lafayette 96-69

December 20, 2014 3:18 PM

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