No. 1 KU opens season with win over No. 10 Michigan State



November 7, 2018 - 10:38 AM

Kansas head coach Bill Self encourages his team in the second half against Villanova during an NCAA Tournament national semifinal on March 31 in San Antonio, Texas. On Tuesday in Indianapolis, Kansas edged Michigan State, 92-87, in the Champions Classic. Allison Long/Kansas City Star/TNS

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kansas’ Quentin Grimes and Dedric Lawson made quite an impression Tuesday night.

They produced basket after basket, big play after big play. If they keep playing this way, No. 1 Kansas might just stay on top of the college basketball world.

Grimes scored 21 points in his college debut and Lawson added 20 points in his first game with the Jayhawks, helping Kansas stymie No. 10 Michigan State’s late charge for a 92-87 victory in the season-opening Champions Classic.

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