ATLANTA (AP) -Russell Robinson scored 17 points, becoming No. 3 Kansas' seventh different leading scorer in 11 games, and the Jayhawks survived a last-minute scare to remain unbeaten with a 71-66 victory over Georgia Tech on Tuesday night.
After Georgia Tech cut the Kansas lead to one point with 9 seconds left, Sherron Collins made two free throws and then had a steal and layup to clinch the victory.
One game after setting a career high with 11 assists in a win over Ohio on Saturday, Robinson set his season high for points.
Collins, Mario Chalmers and Brandon Rush all had 11 points for Kansas (11-0).
Lewis Clinch had 22 points for Georgia Tech (4-5), which was playing only its second home game of the season and staged a strong rally after trailing by 13 points.
No. 4 Texas 66, Oral Roberts 56
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - D.J. Augustin scored 24 points and survived its toughest home game this season.
Augustin scored 10 of the final 17 points for the Longhorns (11-0), who had won nine of their 10 games by 15 or more points but was in a tough battle down the stretch against the Golden Eagles (6-4).
Connor Atchley added 16 points for the Longhorns, who play No. 9 Michigan State on Saturday in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Adam Liberty scored 12 points and Marchello Vealy had 11 points and eight rebounds to lead Oral Roberts.
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