Kansas pulls past Kentucky after digging big early hole in Champions Classic

Kansas capped its week-long, three-game season-opening road trip with a come-from-behind victory over a longtime nemesis — fellow blueblood Kentucky — on Tuesday night at the Champions Classic in Indianapolis.In facing their second ranked opponent of the season, the No. 7-ranked Jayhawks toppled the No. 20-ranked Wildcats, 65-62, in an arena with no fans — 20,000-seat Bankers Life Fieldhouse. KU lost to No. 1 Gonzaga on Thanksgiving Day and beat Saint Joseph’s on Friday.KU senior Marcus Garrett scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds, playing after coach Bill Self said on his pregame rad…

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