Cornell gave No. 1 Kansas everything they had Wednesday night at Allen Fieldhouse. But Sherron…
KU head coach Bill Self knew his team needed it. He was almost begging for it. Self was well aware his team had yet to form an identity this season. He needed to know the answers to the following questions – how will we react when the offense isn't so free flowing? How will we respond when things don't go our way? Will we be tough enough? Self thought Kansas might get that "muddied up" contest in Philadelphia last Saturday against Temple. Instead Kansas came in and blew the doors off the newly-ranked Atlantic 10 team winning by 32 points. KU didn't have to wait long thought because that much-needed test came at home against Ivy League opponent Cornell. It was a hard fought 71-66 victory over a senior-laden, quality team. "In the conference we're going to play a lot of these games," Self said in his postgame press conference. "Well, I hope not a lot but we're going to play a lot of close games that are highly contested especially away from home where one or two possessions...
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