No. 10 Kansas vs. Texas Tech Recap: Jayhawks Dominate Red Raiders, 81-46

Thomas Robinson #0 of the Kansas Jayhawks pauses for a moment prior to shooting a free throw during the game against the Kansas State Wildcats at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The Kansas Jayhawks defeated the Texas Red Raiders in a laugher, 81-46.

The Kansas Jayhawks improved to 3-0 in Big 12 play with an easy 81-46 victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Wednesday night. Thomas Robinson and Tyshawn Taylor led the offense with 19 and 15 points, respectively. Robinson finished the game with a double-double by pulling down 12 boards.

The Jayhawks shot 51 percent from the field and hit on 43 percent of its three-point attempts. They also had a 35-22 rebounding advantage over the Red Raiders.

Javarez Willis led the Red Raiders with 12 points off the bench, but there wasn't much else going on beyond that. The team was 16-of-51 from the field and was just 1-of-11 from beyond the arc. The Red Raiders fell to 0-3 in conference play.

Kansas continues its season with a Saturday home game against Iowa State.

For more on this game, visit Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk and Texas Tech blog Double T Nation. Check out SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more on the college hoops season.

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