LAWRENCE, Kan. Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self announced Monday that freshman forward Merv Lindsay had been granted a release to transfer to another school.
"Merv and I met last week about his situation and the opportunities he has here," Self said. "He has decided it is in his best interest to look elsewhere to have an opportunity for more playing time...
Kansas forward Merv Lindsay has decided to transfer in search of more playing time.
The freshman played sparingly in 12 games last season, when the Jayhawks won their eighth consecutive Big 12 championship and lost to Kentucky in the national title game. He scored nine points against Howard and two points against Texas Tech.
Jayhawks coach Bill Self said that he met with Lindsay...
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April 16, 2012
For Kansas basketball freshman Merv Lindsay life has always been about two things: school and basketball. Unlike many of his basketball-playing peers, Lindsay has always put as much emphasis on his studies as he has on his basketball game. He credits this life-long routine as the reason he has been able to effectively balance basketball and school early in his college career.