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February 21, 2013 12:17 PM

One cold night: After hitting just one three, how rare was KU's victory?

If winning in hostile territory was going to be difficult — with KU’s Big 12 title streak in jeopardy — this all added to the improbable nature of events. The Jayhawks clanked 91 percent of their three-pointers. Naadir Tharpe finished zero for six. Ben McLemore, a better than 40 percent shooter from deep, was just one of three.

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