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Kansas should receive stern test from Arizona

Nov 25, 2007 - 2:46 PM Arizona (3-1) at No. 4 Kansas (4-0) 8:00 pm ESTLAWRENCE, Kansas (Ticker) - Fourth-ranked Kansas might receiveits first challenge of the season on Sunday when it faces Arizona in the Jayhawk Invitational.Darrell Arthur scored a season-best 17 points and DarnellJackson added 13 and eight rebounds the help the Jayhawks coastin Wednesday's 87-46 victory over Northern Arizona.The win was the Jayhawks' 600th victory at the 52-year-old AllenFieldhouse."There's a lot of history in the fieldhouse and when we step onthat court and put that jersey on, we have to go out there withthat same mind-set the guys before us had, go out there and tryto win every game in the fieldhouse," Jackson said.Kansas junior guard Brandon Rush will receive a true test as hecontinues to rehad his torn ACL. Expected to return some timein December, Rush shocked many with his debut two games ago. Heis averaging 6.5 points.Jordan Hill scored a career-high 17 points as Arizona used astellar second-half surge to defeat Division II Adams State,88-64, Wednesday at home.If Hill can repeat his performance along with the contributionsof Jerryd Bayless and Chase Budinger, the Wildcats have a solidchance of not becoming the latest home victim of Kansas. The Jayhawks lead the series, 6-3.