FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Top-seeded Kansas opened its 50th NCAA Tournament the way it has so many times in the past, with a lopsided victory.
Remy Martin had 15 points and Christian Braun 14 to pace five Jayhawks scoring in double figures in an 83-56 victory over Texas Southern on Thursday night.
"It was a good team win, certainly one that I'm glad we got, especially in this crazy tournament and this crazy day," said Kansas coach Bill Self after one of the last of games to finish on a wild opening tourney day when a No. 11 seed, two No. 12s and a No. 15 won games.