No. 1 Kansas trounces Central Arkansas

No. 1 Kansas trounces Central Arkansas

Published Nov. 20, 2009 6:48 a.m. ET

The wake-up call over, Kansas is back to rolling.

Tyrel Reed hit four 3-pointers for 12 points and No. 1 Kansas scored 23 straight points in the first half to overwhelm Central Arkansas 94-44 Thursday night.

Coming off a tight victory over Memphis two days earlier, Kansas (3-0) dismantled Central Arkansas from the start. Spreading the ball around on offense, the Jayhawks shot 57 percent, had four players score 12 points and had just seven turnovers for their 43rd straight home win.