Vick hit two of his 3s in an 11-3 run in the final 1:44 of the first half to put the Jayhawks (14-2, 3-1 Big 12) up by 10 at the break after they blew nearly all of a 16-point lead. Kansas then led by double-digits for most of the second half before Baylor's eight consecutive points in the final minute, when Vick had two turnovers.
Dedric Lawson added 17 points for Kansas while Devon Dotson had 14.
Baylor opened the game's scoring with two free throws but missed its first 15 shots from the field, falling behind 18-2 before going on a big run of its own. Butler had three 3s in an 18-4 run by the Bears that got them within 22-20 on a free throw by Mason with just under 4 minutes left, though they never got closer. "It was kind of hard, and that kind of threw off our rhythm a little bit". Agabaji, the 6-5 freshman guard from Kansas City, has contributed in both games. He had a 3 in the late spurt to end the first half.
Clark had 16 points and four rebounds in Baylor's 73-70 win over No. 20 Iowa State on Tuesday.
Baylor will be without its No. 2 scorer for the rest of the season, as the Bears announced Saturday that forward Tristan Clark is set for surgery on his injured left knee. He's averaging 6.5 points on 35 percent shooting thus far through the season.
Kansas plays its third game in six nights when the Jayhawks go home to play Texas on Monday night.