Also helping out for the Jayhawks (22-5, 12-2 Big 12) were Travis Releford (12 points), Conner Teahan (11) and Kevin Young (10), whose accuracy helped Kansas post a 58-percent shooting mark in the first half.
The win was the 20th straight at home for the Jayhawks, who remained tied for first place in the Big 12 with No. 3 Missouri.
Texas Tech (8-18, 1-13) got 17 points from Javarez Willis while Jordan Tolbert chipped in with 12 for the Red Raiders.
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