Found October 04, 2013 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- You can shoot and dunk and magic and Wiggins your way out of anything. Until March. March doesn't care about recruiting rankings. March doesn't care about YouTube highlights. March is a results game, a guard's game. If the point man fails, the head of the snake dies, and the party's over. It's the one hole in the wall you can't patch or cover, no matter how hard you try. In March 2012, Kansas point guard Tyshawn Taylor couldn't hit the broad side of several barns, but he kept the ship moving anyway: 4.6 assists and 3.5 turnovers in six NCAA Tournament games. The Jayhawks went 5-1 and danced all the way to the national final. In March 2013, KU point guard Elijah Johnson came off unsure and inconsistent, just as he had in the two months prior to that: 2.0 assists and 3.3 turnovers over three Bracketville tilts. And he saved the worst for last: zero dimes, one shot to a Michigan player's crown jewels, five giveaways and the final, aw...

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