LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -Thomas Robinson scored 17 points and No. 1 Kansas placed seven players in double figures in routing outmanned Pittsburg State 103-45 on Tuesday night in its final exhibition game.
Robinson, a muscular 6-foot-9 freshman, had seven rebounds and three blocks for the Jayhawks, who outscored two in-state Division II schools in their exhibition season by a total of 97 points.
Marcus Morris had 14 points and Sherron Collins added 13 for the Jayhawks.
Pittsburg State trailed 80-24 when Robinson made a free throw amid a 26-3 run to start the second half.
The Gorillas, who return two starters from a 10-17 team, were led by Spencer Magana and Rodney Grace with 11 points each.

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