Originally Posted by KC_Connection
I'm not saying KU will do anything. If you can lose to TCU, you can lose to anybody.
But if KU plays well, they'll win and they'll do it with ease. Kabongo isn't some kind of Marcus Smart-like difference maker who would alter that. If they don't, it will be a close game. You could probably use that analysis for just about every game they play, I think.
I get that KU should beat UT pretty handily assuming KU plays well for the second game in a row.
However, I am a little reluctant to assume they'll do so after their three game losing streak and abortion on the road against TCU.
I am hoping the game Monday was a big eye opener - letting these guys know what they're capable of.
And I don't consider Kabongo to be a Smart-type player who can take over a game and score at will. But he does play well and makes his teammates better, like a good PG should.
And keep in mind we were getting beat most of the game in Austin with Felix at the point in Austin.