KANSAS CITY, Mo. He could rewrite the mighty stone tablets that are the Kansas record book, handed down on high from Moses and James Naismith, for years to come, if he wanted to. Ben McLemore probably has other plans, and that's fine. Not the issue.
The issue is the present, or rather oh, heck, let's just say it Bracketville.
Namely: Which Ben are we going to get, kids, once the ball is tipped at the NCAA Tourney?
Big Ben? Saturday Ben? The one who sank 12 of 15 shots in a 91-65 beatdown of West Virginia? The one who netted 36 points on the day, the most ever in a single game by a Jayhawk freshman? The one who shattered the mark held by (gasp) Danny Manning, one of the four faces on KU's Mount Rushmore?
Or will it be Gentle Ben? The one who dropped a meager seven points on Iowa State in Ames? The one who managed another seven points at Oklahoma State? The one who tends to disappear every time the vultures start circling?
According to Sports-Reference.com, coming into the we...