It was a win for the ages!

In fact, it was arguably the biggest regular-season win in BYU basketball history.

Led by Dallin Hall and Jaxson Robinson — who combined for 36 points — BYU went on the road and took down No. 7 Kansas in front of a sellout crowd of 16,300 fans inside Allen Fieldhouse.

The win snapped multiple home winning streaks for the Jayhawks who not only saw their 19-game home winning streak end, but also their 67-game home winning streak against unranked opponents. In addition, the Jayhawks also saw their 82-game home winning streak end when leading at the half.

Kansas came into the game as 7.5 point favorites.

“All of us are lifelong college basketball fans,” said BYU head coach Mark Pope after the game. “This arena, this team, this coach, these players — you know, it’s an all-time mecca. I think that’s what makes this special. We talk about faith in our program, and certainly it is an important part of our university, and watching our guys’ faith in each other tonight and faith in the process was special to watch.”

Despite trailing by 12 points in the second half, the Cougars battled back thanks to a bunch of 3-pointers. BYU took it’s first lead at 59-58 on two free throws by Hall with just under 5 minutes to play. The sophomore point guard then added two more 3-pointers to help the Cougars pull away in one of the toughest venues of all of college basketball. The victory marked another signature win for the Cougars in their first season in the Big 12.

“BYU was better than us,” said Kansas head coach Bill Self who is now 313-18 at home. “After we go up 12, the second half — they controlled it. We hoped to score. They actually ran offense to score. So give them credit.”

Here’s all the reactions from players, media members and fans after the game:

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