KU’s road woes persist with loss to Longhorns

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January 30, 2019 - 10:38 AM

Devon Dotson (11) of the Kansas Jayhawks shoots the ball against Jaxson Hayes (10) and Dylan Osetkowski (21) of the Texas Longhorns on Tuesday at The Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas. Chris Covatta/Getty Images/TNS

AUSTIN, Texas — Kansas switched its starting lineup for the first time in eight games on Tuesday night at Texas.

While the tinkering proved interesting — freshman Ochai Agbaji opened for Lagerald Vick and outscored the senior 24 points to 10 — it ultimately didn’t change the Jayhawks’ fortunes on the road.

Unranked Texas (12-9, 4-4), which lost by two points to KU on Jan. 14 at Allen Fieldhouse, upended the No. 11-ranked Jayhawks 73-63 at Frank Erwin Center. KU (16-5, 5-3) fell to 1-5 in true road games this season and 1-3 on the road in conference play.

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