After being down two at halftime, the Jayhawks scored the second half's first 16 points to stay on top for the remainder of the game. Two straight three-point baskets got the Aggies to within four at 10:10 left in the game, but great foul shooting down the stretch preserved the win for the Jayhawks. KU finished the game 27-of-36 from the line, including a 12-of-13 performance from Robinson.
In addition to Robinson's career night, a pair of freshmen also had great games for Kansas. Guard Brandon Rush scored 22 points on the evening, good for his Big 12-leading fourth 20-plus point effort. Mario Chalmers tied a career high in assists with eight to go along with his 15 points.
Acie Law led Texas A&M with 17 points and Joseph Jones added 15. The win helped KU remain perfect against the Aggies at 11-0.
The Jayhawks travel to Ames this Saturday, Jan. 28, for a match up with Iowa State. The game tips off at 11 a.m. and can be seen nationally on ESPN.
Story courtesy: KUAC