Kansas Jayhawks: Top Five Moments of the Regular Season

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Nov 28, 2014; Kissimmee, FL, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Brannen Greene (14) reacts after he made a three pointer against the Tennessee Volunteers during the first half at HP Field House. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Hoya Daddy?

Kansas’ 75-70 victory Dec. 10 against the Georgetown Hoyas was its only true, road non-conference victory (they only played twice on the road).

Georgetown, projected by ESPN.com as a six-seed in the NCAA Tournament, knocked off No. 3 Villanova by 20 points at home, so winning in D.C. is no easy task.

Unless you have Brannen Grenne.

This was the sophomore’s coming out game, as he nailed all five of his attempts behind the 3-point arc, and was the main reason for a Jayhawk victory that day.

Despite missing 17 of his last 19 attempts behind the arc, Greene is still shooting 42.8 percent (36-of-84) from 3-point land, and helped Kansas claim its biggest road win of the season that mid-December day.

Here’s to hoping he finds the touch that allowed him to shoot 52.3 percent on his first 65 attempts on the season.

If not, he’ll at least always have this career day to remember.

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