Kansas Jayhawks, playing shorthanded, bounce back in big way with blowout win at TCU

Playing without its starting point guard and sixth man, Kansas’ shorthanded men’s basketball team nonetheless claimed a 93-64 victory over TCU on Tuesday night at Schollmaier Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. Freshman Dajuan Harris, who picked up two quick fouls the first six minutes, scored seven points and dished seven assists. He started and played 27 minutes in place of lead guard Marcus Garrett, who took an inadvertent elbow to the head by Texas’ Jericho Sims in KU’s 25-point loss to the Longhorns on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. Garrett — he joined key reserve Bryce Thompson (back injury) on t…

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