Found March 05, 2014 on Rock Chalk Blog:
On Wednesday night, the Jayhawks celebrated Senior Night. Tarik Black, Justin Wesley and Niko Roberts are the departing seniors from this year’s team. It also marked Andrew Wiggins’ final game in Allen Fieldhouse. Joel Embiid, who sat due to injury, and Wayne Selden may be the other Jayhawks not returning from this year’s team. The senior night speeches are posted below. KU also showed a Decade of Dominance video for their 10th straight Big 12 title.  Here are the audio files of the senior speeches. Once videos are available, they’ll be posted: - Coach Self Intro - Niko Roberts Speech - Tarik Black Speech - Justin Wesley Speech and Coach Self Says Goodnight
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