1. Colorado's leading scorer – sophomore Spencer Dinwiddie – entered the game averaging 17.8 points and had scored in double figures every game this year. In the past three games he'd averaged 25.6 points. But he only was able to get up four shots vs Kansas' defense, and finished the game with four points.
2. The Buffalos entered 7-1, and their offense was largely the product of being the 11th best 3-point shooting team in the nation. But after a 2-13 performance against Kansas, Colorado falls from 11th to 41st.
3. Jeff Withey is working towards record breaking shot blocking. Against the Buffalos it was more of the same. Withey had five blocks in just 23 minutes of play.
4. Kansas had 23 assists on 34 made baskets. Even though the 23 assists was the most they've had since December, 2011, it was only their third best game of the season in terms of an assist rate. Against Colorado they generated an assist on 67% of their made baskets, while earlier in the season they had 71% against St. Louis, and 77% against Tennessee Chattanooga.
5. The final score was 90-54, in a 72 possession game. The 1.25 points per possession Kansas scored was the worst of the season for Colorado, and the best of the season for Kansas. Colorado scored 0.75 per possession, which was also their worst of the season.