ITP: KU hammers Tech, the Big 12 shuffles, and Daniel impressions

Ever wondered what Daniel Cunningham does when he has to bolt out of the studio for work? We break it down for you today on Inside the Paint.

For the 9th straight year, the Jayhawks are 2-0 to start Big 12 conference play. A resounding, statement victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders vaulted Kansas to the top of the standings, and they return to the top 10 just in time for four straight dogfights against ranked foes. Ryan Landreth, Daniel Cunningham, and Joshua Brisco go over the balanced distribution of scoring and minutes that took place in Allen Fieldhouse, and why it was the most impressive win of the year for KU.

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securedownloadFor the 9th straight year, the Jayhawks are 2-0 to start Big 12 conference play. A resounding, statement victory over the Texas Tech Red Raiders vaulted Kansas to the top of the standings, and they return to the top 10 just in time for four straight dogfights against ranked foes. Ryan Landreth, Daniel Cunningham, and Joshua Brisco break down the even distribution of points and minutes for the entire KU roster, and why the win was so important for Kansas.

The entire Big 12 standings have been turned on their head, as stunning upsets and fantastic finishes swept through the conference all weekend. How much trouble is Texas in because of their 1-2 start? Will Bruce Weber actually play Marcus Foster now that he carried Kansas State to a huge road win in Norman? Why are so many Top 15 teams losing? And is Oklahoma State a legitimate threat? How concerned should KU fans be about dropping the game against the Cowboys Tuesday at Allen Fieldhouse?

Finally, Daniel leaves early, only to return again after not being able to sell Apples. Plus MORE FRANK MASON!

Ryan Landreth

I’m a recent graduate of MidAmerica Nazarene University. In addition to writing for Rock Chalk Blog, I host the Inside the Paint podcast that covers KU basketball, and I write for Royals Review in the summer. My grandma has had season tickets to Jayhawk basketball for 30 years, and I have the privilege of going to most games with her.