For the 23rd time in 25 years, Kansas (No. 3) visited Kansas State's (No. 11) Bramlage Coliseum and returned to Lawrence with a win in the latest installment of college basketball's most one-sided rivalry.
The Jayhawks now hold sole possession of the lead in the race for another Big 12 title, which would be its ninth consecutive title. They are 17-1 after the 59-55 victory against their in-state rival.
It was a close game, providing lessons for both teams upon which to build. Here are five lessons learned last night or established more solidly during the game.