Posted January 27, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Bill Self
TEAMS: Kansas Jayhawks
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas head coach Bill Self discusses his team's 67-54 victory over OU.

Somebody's got to be No. 1: Why not Kansas?

LAWRENCE, Kan. Bill Self didn't just pass on the bait. Oh, no. No, sir. He spit it out and pushed it away, like a toddler and a plate of broccoli. Then he ran screaming from the thing, the way they do in a Warner Brothers cartoon. Reporter: "Coach, do you have any thoughts about being No. 1, potentially, on Monday " Self: "No. No way are we deserving. Somebody...

KU Boobs Update: KU Boobs Help Jayhawks Beat Sooners, OU Boobs

Third-ranked Kansas beat Big 12 rival Oklahoma, 67-54, yesterday to win their 17th straight game and perhaps audition for the No. 1 ranking. How did they do it? Sportswriters might point to Jeff Withey’s 13 points and nine rebounds, but we know it was @KUBoobs. KUBoobs dominated OUBoobs on Twitter during Saturday’s contest, even with the appearance of the less heralded Jayhawk...

Brent Musburger, Katherine Webb cutouts at Kansas vs. WVU game (Photo)

West Virginia fans held up cutouts of ESPN’s Brent Musburger and newly crowned celebrity Katherine Webb during the Mountaineers basketball game against the No. 2-ranked Kansas Jayhawks Monday night. The Charleston Daily Mail’s Mike Casazza tweeted that Musburger, who called the game for ESPN, had a little fun and posed for a picture. Of course, Musburger discovered Webb —...

OU-KU: Jayhawk postgame press conference: pt2

LAWRENCE, Kan. — Kansas center Jeff Withey and guards Ben McLemore and Elijah Johnson discuss their 67-54 win over OU.

2014 G Khadre Lane feels at home, literally, with Kansas

Khadre Lane has grown up in rich basketball tradition. For as long as he can remember, he has been a Jayhawks fan.  Born in Topeka, Lane recalls how he and his family made a ritual of watching every single Kansas Jayhawks game when he was a kid.  In 5th grade, when Lane moved to Lawrence, he became even more enthralled with the Kansas program.  For a basketball player, you couldn’t...

Jayhawks Win 18th Straight

At the end of the day, the Kansas Jayhawks are 19-1 and 6-0 in the Big 12. They have won an astounding 18 games in a row dating back to mid November.

Jayhawks pay visit to struggling West Virginia

(AP) -- Its offense may be slumping, but Kansas has been especially solid on the defensive end lately. The third-ranked Jayhawks will try to put it all together and extend the nation's longest active winning streak Monday night when they visit struggling West Virginia for the programs' first meeting. While several other highly ranked teams have lost recently, Kansas (18...

Withey Leads Kansas Past Oklahoma

Throughout the course of a basketball season, you will get all different varieties of games and wins. For the Kansas Jayhawks, Saturday’s 67-54 win over the Oklahoma Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse won’t go down as the prettiest, but what is pretty is their record.

Don’t Hate on Michigan or Kansas … Hate the College Basketball Polling Process

There is a fundamental problem with how we rank college teams in this country. While this comes to the surprise of absolutely nobody, the inconsistencies will still be a weekly source of frustration for hardcore fans for the foreseeable future. Should Bill Self’s Jayhawks be #1? Or Michigan? Don’t look to this week’s polls to provide a definitive answer. If things go as expected...
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