Kansas beat Oklahoma State 68-67 Wednesday night in a double-overtime thriller that had Bill Self dancing like a mad man. Kansas won, remarkably, despite failing to make a field goal for about nine minutes and 45 seconds of the 10 minutes played in overtime.
Kansas was able to at least hang around with foul shots. Jeff Withey had seven of Kansas's nine points in overtime from the foul line before Naadir Tharpe, with about 16 seconds left in the game and Kansas down one, pulled up in the paint and drilled a floating jumper to give Kansas a 68-67 lead. Things got a little hectic after that but KU, as Bob Wischusen called it, survived.