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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Brady Morningstar
People close to Kansas forward Thomas Robinson say he's never been the same since that horrible midnight phone call from his 7-year-old sister the night before a big game against Texas.
Point guard Tyshawn Taylor will remain suspended Saturday when No. 3 Kansas travels to Oklahoma, raising to 32 the number of games Jayhawk players have missed because of injury, tragedy, misbehavior or NCAA edicts.
A big game in Allen Fieldhouse against an archrival is just what Kansas needs.
"Coming out and defending, first of all, gives us a lot of energy," said Brady Morningstar, who paced Kansas (35-2) with 18 points and four 3-pointers. "Then, on the offensive end, we were hitting shots. It makes it better."
"When something tragic like that happens, it's hard to explain what happens as a team," said senior guard Brady Morningstar. "You just have to be around everybody and see the unity that everyone has, and the support everyone gives Thomas."