LAHAINA, Hawaii (AP) Kansas had a hard time keeping up with Brigham Youngs motion offense early in the Maui Invitational semifinals. The Cougars move fast, cut hard and shoot well, so it was no surprise.
Once the Jayhawks were able to measure what BYU was doing, they clamped down and earned a shot at another tournament title.
David McCormack scored 16 points, Ochai Agbaji added 14 and No. 4 Kansas turned a huge second half into a trip to the Maui championship game with a 71-56 victory Tuesday night.
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