The World-Herald, Rebecca S. Gratz) MAGS OUT; ALL NEBRASKA LOCAL BROADCAST TV OUT, Associated Press
OMAHA, Neb. — Thomas Robinson had 16 points and 13 rebounds, and second-seeded Kansas rolled to a 65-50 victory over No. 15 seed Detroit in the second round of the Midwest Regional on Friday night.
Elijah Johnson added 15 points and Tyshawn Taylor had 10 for the Jayhawks (28-6), who toyed with the Titans (22-14) for the first 15 minutes before ramping up the defense and making sure they didn't accompany fellow No. 2 seeds Missouri and Duke on the way out of the NCAA tournament.
Kansas advanced to play No. 10 seed Purdue on Sunday.
Doug Anderson led the Horizon League-champion Titans with 15 points before fouling out with 11:06 left. Ray McCallum, the son of the Detroit coach, added eight on 4-for-15 shooting.
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