Iowa State ends nation’s longest home winning streak Reed Hoffman/Getty Images
LAWRENCE, KS - FEBRUARY 04: Head coach Bill Self of the Kansas Jayhawks discusses a call with a referee on February 4, 2017 at Allen Field House in Lawrence, Kansas. (Photo by Reed Hoffmann/Getty Images)

It’s not often that Kansas loses at home and in fact, the Jayhawks have only done it nine times under Bill Self. That was until a 92-89 loss to Iowa State, which made some history with the win by ending a 54-game home winning streak and doing this:

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Kansas was winning by 14 at halftime and played an absolutely atrocious second half, getting outscored by 14 to go into overtime. The Jayhawks still couldn’t pick up the win despite getting a ridiculous 32 points from point guard Frank Mason and a monstrous 18 rebounds from big man Landen Lucas.

Monte Morris and Deonte Burton were excellent for the Cyclones with 25 and 29 points, respectively. Naz Mitrou-Long also chipped in 22 points and the Cyclones shot an insane 52.9 percent from beyond the arc and that was the key to the win.

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