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Washington earns huge win against No. 2 Kansas (1:34)

Washington entered the game 1-29 against AP top-two teams away from home but defeated the Jayhawks in Kansas City. (1:34)

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Thybulle comes up with a steal and a jam (0:39)

Matisse Thybulle reads the pass and takes it the other way for a breakaway slam. (0:39)

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Crisp puts the dagger in KU (0:23)

David Crisp knocks down a huge 3-pointer to put Washington up 14 on Kansas. (0:23)

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Vick takes contact but gets the and-1 to go (0:21)

Lagerald Vick gets a huge and-1 for the Jayhawks as they trail the Huskies in the second half. (0:21)

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Timmins left alone for alley-oop (0:18)

Sam Timmins ends up open behind the defense and finishes with an alley-oop for Washington. (0:18)

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Graham knocks down deep 3-pointer (0:26)

Devonte' Graham puts the Jayhawks in the lead after a 3-pointer well behind the line. (0:26)

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Timmins throws it down with the foul (0:10)

Sam Timmins takes a foul but still finishes with a dunk for Washington. (0:10)

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Lightfoot puts defender on a poster (0:26)

Mitch Lightfoot throws it down for the Jayhawks right on a Washington defender. (0:26)

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UW's Crisp goes around defender with pass (0:11)

Noah Dickerson makes an easy layup after a great dime from David Crisp. (0:11)

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Self: 'We deserved exactly what we got tonight' (1:56)

After Kansas' loss to unranked Washington, Bill Self says he could see this loss coming because his team isn't "extremely quick and not very big." Self admits that if his guys aren't going to play with a chip on their shoulder, they're going to lose. (1:56)

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Huskies Mike Hopkins join SC to discuss big upset over KU (1:54)

Mike Hopkins and his Huskies pull off the biggest upset of the season entering the game with a 3.2 percent chance to win, defeating Kansas. (1:54)