Three takeaways from KU basketball’s 75-69 loss at Baylor: What went wrong in Waco

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The Kansas City Star

WACO, Texas — Kansas guard Dajuan Harris looked desperate. As the shot clock expired, Harris heaved a three late in the second half of KU’s 75-69 loss in Waco, Texas. The ball didn’t come close to hitting anything but air. On the next KU possession, the Baylor faithful chanted “air-ball” and Harris drove toward the rim, only to get blocked by Baylor center Flo Thamba. BU led 67-55 with 5:02 left in the game. It was that kind of Monday night for the Jayhawks at Ferrell Center. LJ Cryer scored 22 points and Adam Flagler added 17 as the No. 17 Bears (15-5, 5-3 Big 12) upset the No. 9 Jayhawks for…

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