No. 2 Kansas escapes with overtime win
Lagerald Vick hit the tying 3-pointer in the closing seconds of regulation, and then had eight of his 27 points in overtime to lead No. 2 Kansas to a 90-84 win over Stanford on Saturday in Lawrence, Kan.
Daejon Davis hit two free throws with 13.3 seconds left to push Stanford’s lead to 75-72 after driving in and drawing a foul by Dedric Lawson. Kansas (6-0) then ran its “chop” play – the same one it ran when Mario Chalmers sent the 2008 national championship into overtime – and Devon Dotson found Vick for the tying 3 with just 7 seconds left.
KZ Okpala had 22 points and eight rebounds for Stanford (4-4).