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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Late Night plans announced

A rush of basketball fans enter Allen Fieldhouse for Late Night in the Phog on Friday, Oct. 14, 2011.

A rush of basketball fans enter Allen Fieldhouse for Late Night in the Phog on Friday, Oct. 14, 2011.

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Kansas University’s 28th-annual Late Night in the Phog will run from 6:30 p.m. until approximately 9:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 12 in Allen Fieldhouse, KU’s athletic department announced Wednesday.

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for the free event. Fans are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items, which KU will donate to Just Food of Douglas County.

Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Children 12 and under will not be admitted without an adult, and doors will be closed when the arena reaches capacity.

All university parking lots will be by restricted by permit only until 4:30 p.m. The event is highlighted by scrimmages and skits of both the men’s and women’s teams.

The event will be televised by Metro Sports of Kansas City as part of its Midnight Madness show. Also, ESPNU will show live cuts-ins from its Midnight Madness programming to run from 8 p.m. until midnight. It will be aired online at AT&T Jayhawk All-Access via KUathletics.com.

Peters update: Roddy Peters, a 6-foot-4, 180-pound point guard from Suitland High School in District Heights, Md., on Tuesday received a scholarship offer from KU coach Bill Self during an in-home visit. Other schools to offer Rivals.com’s No. 39-rated player: Georgetown, Maryland, Xavier, Memphis, Rutgers, Seton Hall, UCLA and Virginia Tech.

“Coach Self, a big part of his presentation to Roddy was, if you look at some past Kansas teams, they’ve always had a number of ball handlers,” Suitland coach George McClure told Rivals.com. “When Kansas won the (NCAA) championship in ’08 with Sherron Collins, Mario Chalmers and Russell Robinson, and some other guards, Self had three guys right there that would have been very good point guards on any other team.

“But because of Self’s system, he can put multiple ball handlers on the court at one time. That was definitely a big selling point for Roddy.”

Peters, who visits UCLA this weekend following recent trips to Xavier and Rutgers, likely will choose a school shortly after his Oct. 19-20 KU visit, his coach indicated.

Conference domination: ESPN pointed out Wednesday that KU, which has won eight straight Big 12 regular-season titles, has the longest conference championship win streak in the country. Gonzaga last year had its 10-year run of dominance snapped by Saint Mary’s in the West Coast Conference, and Xavier had a five-year run in the Atlantic-10 end.

Harrisons to choose today: Twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, 6-5 seniors from Travis High in Fort Bend, Texas, will orally commit to either Kentucky or Mark Turgeon’s Maryland program during an ESPNU recruiting show at 4 p.m. today. Aaron is the country’s No. 3-rated player, Andrew No. 4.

Wright to Israel: Former KU forward Julian Wright will be playing basketball this season for Israeli League team Maccabi Rishon-LeZion, Wright reported Wednesday on Twitter. Terms were not disclosed.

Comments

Ryan Mullen 2 years, 2 months ago

Anyone know how difficult it is to get into late night? What time would I have to show up to get in?

Curtis Stutz 2 years, 2 months ago

It's not difficult to get in, hasn't been to capacity when I've been there. Can be tough to find seating for a group though. I won't make it this year but I was glad to be there in '08 for the title banner. Still, this year they get to unveil a new FF so that's nice.

Chad Sandwell 2 years, 2 months ago

Hopefully not too difficult. I will be driving in from South Dakota that afternoon, and staying for the football game on Saturday. Bringing my daughter who is super excited to see the 2012-2013 Kansas Jayhawks.

Priest Fontaine 2 years, 2 months ago

I'm curious why it's still called Late Night when it starts at 6:30? From what I remember as a kid, it was started by Larry Brown and was actually scheduled at midnight. Was there a problem with attendance? Was it too late for students to be out? Also curious to hear if the new video screens are substantially better...

Gary McCullough 2 years, 2 months ago

NCAA rules prohibited coaches from practice until 10/15. So Larry started the first practice at 12:01 a.m. on 10/15 and invited the public to a blue and crimson scrimmage. Prior to the scrimmage the crowd was introduced to the players, skits were presented, and in later times the women's team was included in the festivities. The term Late Night was borrowed from Late Night with David Letterman because it was very popular with college students at the time. I wonder if we started the tradition now we might call it The Daily Show with Bill Self? LOL

Eric TheCapn 2 years, 2 months ago

They did pre-practice festivities before 12:01 scrimmages under Roy too. I was at two. This is weird. "Evening Phog" is more like it now.

hawksfan816 2 years, 2 months ago

As for the new video screens yes they are going to be much better as well as the control its all being upgraded to HD here's a link about it http://is.gd/jA8X5O

JJHAWK 2 years, 2 months ago

NCAA rule change. Basketball season officially starts tomorrow and it used to be you were not to hold a team scrimmage until after 12:00 am. The Bureau of forked tongues said everyone is doing it the day before and waiting until midnight to scrimmage and the older folks are going home tired. So the rule got re-spoketh.

Sorry if the sarcasm came out a bit. Wouldn't want their jobs but on some things they at times make it seem like they are wildlife. . . head firmly in sand.

GabrielMichael 2 years, 2 months ago

I love Turg but this is all theater... the twins to UK and Randle is next... makes me sick!

Michael Pannacciulli 2 years, 2 months ago

The twins news has squat to do with KU so why report it here? They were never KU recruits.

REHawk 2 years, 2 months ago

Chain effect. Once the twins and any other toprated guards commit, then other players on down the line are apt to complete their thought processes and make moves.

Vernon Riggs 2 years, 2 months ago

REHawk is right. Harrison Twins go to UK, James Young won't. If James Young doesn't go to UK, his top school is Kansas.

Alohahawk 2 years, 2 months ago

Young to KU would be nice, but rumor is his 2nd choice is Michigan State, with KU in third place. But, I was wrong about Randle's final 6. Come on down, Mr. Young.

Priest Fontaine 2 years, 2 months ago

  1. Mark Turgeon is a former KU basketball player.

  2. Where the twins go directly effect if some of our recruits follow (Randle) or come to KU (Young).

Robin Smith 2 years, 2 months ago

Roddy Peters is a Baltimore product and Maryland has been trying to maintain a chance with him should they miss on the Twins, so actually their decision could be THE factor in leading him to Kansas, you know, aside from our awesomeness.

KansasComet 2 years, 2 months ago

As long as we rebound and don't turn the ball over, this year's KU Basketball team will be great. I believe we have a much better scoring team than last year. All remains to be seen, however. I am not really concerned with athletes that choose other schools. I cheer for the student athletes that want to here.

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

Bill Self will love you for your post and probably email it to each player.

He may add "and find three impact scorers."

Or he might just keep that search a secret, so as to keep the players focused on what you said. :-)

KansasComet 2 years, 2 months ago

Thanks! I move on once an athlete chooses another school. I prefer to post about KU Student Athletes.

Ryan Mullen 2 years, 2 months ago

As long as we score more points than the other team we will be OK.

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

.• Late Night at 6:30?

Big 12 with 10.

Big Ten with 11 or 12.

Forbes listing top valued programs that are not for profits

Cable channels by dish.

Network channels by cable.

Department of Defence invading.

CPI that doesn't track major inflators.

Unemployment stats that understate unemployment by 1/2 to 2/3

Organic food that's not really organic.

GMO food that is supposed to be healthy Instead packing glyphophate.

Global cooling become global warming become global climate change.

WWI and WWII histories that don't mention central bank and oil control as primary war triggers.

Bankrupt GM turning profits.

WTC 7 not hit by anything still fallen in its own foot print.

National Geographic saying JFK shot by conspiracy with official government explanation still saying 1 lone gunman.

Fact called conspiracy theory.

Iraq and Afghanistan Wars still going but under reported.

War on Terrorism never mentioned, but torture prisons still open.

Largest military budget in history of the world without a major enemy.

A republic with a real, live unelected parallel goverment for "security's" sake.

Massive unoccupied housing stock with rising homelessness.

High stock market with high unemployment.

President's with the authority to assassinate American citizens.

ShoeCo-Summer Game-Agency Complex under reported.

Newspaper stories of amateur basketball players getting paid not being retracted.

Yeeeeee haaaaawwwwww!

Who needs truth?!

Let's start the season already!

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

"My poems are meeting places. Their intent is to make a sudden connection between aspects of reality that conventional languages and outlooks ordinarily keep apart. Large and small details of the landscape meet, divided cultures and people flow together in a work of art, Nature meets industry, etc. What looks at first like a confrontation turns out to be a connection.

"Conventional languages and outlooks are necessary when it is a question of 'handling' the world, of reaching clearly defined and concrete goals. But we know from experience that these fall short in the most important moments of life. If we permit them to dominate us wholly, we are on the road to the breakdown of contact, to destruction. I view poetry as a countermove against that sort of development. Poems are active meditations, they want to wake us up, not put us to sleep."

--Tomas Transtromer

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

This was in reply to a comment that got removed, not jaybate.

Shawn Mansfield 2 years, 2 months ago

actually, that is incorrect as well, it's glyphosate. It's short for glycine phosphonate.

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

Shawn,

What's the word on this substance? I read its in round up and ag pesticides big time;that it is almost impossible to wash off fruit and vegetables, and that it causes low sperm counts in males. I have known about it for awhile, but what called it out of the wetware was hearing on NPR of a recently published study in Denmark tying it to sharply reduced sperm counts in a comparison of 1940 and today. It was a stunning drop in Denmark apparently. In turn, the interviewee was tying this Danish study into still more research indicating genetically modified grains actually trigger greater amounts of this substance than occurs in nonGM grains. Fascinating. What's up here?

John Boyle 2 years, 2 months ago

Department of Defence or Department of Defense??

texashawk10 2 years, 2 months ago

Disclaimer: TheDisclaimerer has expressed his indignation on multiple occasions about Jaybate's indignation about Turner Gill's firing.

James Miller 2 years, 2 months ago

Jaybate,

I find it a bit disturbing you call our prisons "torture prisons," and you don't consider the Taliban or Al Queda "major enemies." You are obviously a very smart man with a lot of time on your hands to think and write. I know violence can be tough to understand or accept, but trust me the work being done overseas is necessary...and the people doing it are professionals.

As for your comment about assassinating American citizens...I am not a huge President Obama fan, but he does not seem like the kind of guy who would engage in this type of activity unless he was 100% sure it was needed. Don't be so quick to judge, and give thanks that you have people out there killing bad guys while you are comfortably tucked in and asleep at night.

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

No kidding. Jaybate thinks he's the general of these message boards. I think it's high time he moves over for some real soldiers.

AverageCitizen 2 years, 2 months ago

Jaybate is our version of Jessie, the Arizona fan. Wait..............maybe he is Jessie? Same choppy sentences, same arrangements of paragraphs!

ku2004daniel 2 years, 2 months ago

jayhawk 1866,

"professionals"....."bad guys" ....."work...overseas is necessary".....you are entitled to your opinion but to me its all laughable. jokes and jokers thats my opinion

COHawk10 2 years, 2 months ago

All 900 bases in 130 countrues are "necessary?" Sure.

James Miller 2 years, 2 months ago

Look. I hate talking this stuff on this site, but these comments are silly. Are all those bases "necessary"...I don't know. I will tell you that there are a lot more enemies to America out there that you can possibly fathom, and everything we do is not reported in the papers...so, leave the silly comments for the appropriate sites.

We will never forget!!!!!!! RCJH

actorman 2 years, 2 months ago

Jayhawk1866, I think you're right about Obama, but unfortunately it continues a terrible precedent set under the previous "president" (who shall remain nameless). The fact is that no one should be allowed to assassinate an American citizen just because they tell us that he/she is a terrorist. There should be some kind of verification process involved, even if it's just a rubber stamp from a friendly court. Otherwise, a corrupt administration could claim that anyone is a terrorist and assassinate that person.

bennybob 2 years, 2 months ago

Great Interview with EJ here:

http://espn.go.com/blog/collegebasketballnation/post/_/id/64747/five-questions-kus-elijah-johnson

Goes back to HEM's post yesterday about Self doing best with kids that are coachable. Look at how many times EJ makes reference to that.

What need's to be pointed out is that EJ was a 5 star, highly recruited stud comming out of highschool. the whole 2008 team was highly talented and coachable. has the OAD rule made it that hard to find talented kids that want to stay around and be coached now a days? that's the only reason I can come up with for why Self is struggling to land more EJs today.

Mel Clare 2 years, 2 months ago

Ellis is a 5 star......White was just short.................and I am sure that Greene and Frankamp will both end up at 5 stars the way they are moving up the charts................

Jack Wilson 2 years, 2 months ago

It is odd that but for Selby, we haven't had a top 20 player since EJ.

Following up on sniper's observation, though .. a five star does not necessarily = an OAD. Even if Frankamp and Greene ended up five star guys, they are OAD candidates. EJ was never an OAD consideration like Selby was. There is a group of players each season that are generally considered likely OADs. But there are many five stars that aren't. We just aren't seeming to get the 5 stars in either case.

Best explanations I can offer - 1) Self isn't saying exactly what they want to hear, and/or 2) Other coaches are saying exactly what they want to hear, and/or 3) system issues .. such as the true team offensive concept vs. dribble drive, isolation mentality sway recruits and/or 4) shoe company allegiances.

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

"We just aren't seeming to get the 5 stars in either case. "

But, if Greene and Frankamp end up being 5 stars...

And Ellis is a 5 star...

And although neither the Morris twins nor TRob were 5 stars, they ended up being 3 of the greatest players KU has ever had, without question. So this brings us back to the old "rankings do matter, but aren't necessarily the best way to gauge a recruit" argument. Having a bunch of 5 star/McDAAs is cool on paper, but if having 4-star recruits like the Morris twins and TRob is wrong, oh lawdy I don't want to be right!

Jack Wilson 2 years, 2 months ago

HawkKlaw: I stand corrected on Ellis. He was a Rivals 5 star.

As you'll see from my posts recently, I think we should pass on OAD candidates and focus on non-OAD top 50s, just like TRob, Morris twins, Greene, White, etc.

I get that we may actually "need" top 20 guys. But a question .. adding Ellis in .. do you wonder at all why we haven't cashed in on top 20 guys? The guys that aren't OAD candidates, but are top tier? We only have one on our roster (EJ).

And remember .. having 5 star guys on your roster isn't just cool. It wins you national titles. See 2008.

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

Yes, I have noticed that about your recent posts and I wholeheartedly agree with you. We're on the same page there.

The truth of the matter is that I don't really wonder why we don't get Top 20 guys. I know there are a lot of factors in place there (none of them too scientific). Honestly, if nobody had told me differently, I would've assumed that the Morris twins, TRob and even Tyshawn were all Top 20 guys, just based on me watching them play against some of the best players in the country. Turns out that none of them were. But that doesn't really matter to me, when considering the grand scheme of things. They're all amazing basketball players. Winning + Amazing Players = All I can ask for. I just don't get hung up on the numbers, I guess (although I realize that they do serve some basic purposes for gauging incoming talent).

Take TRob, for example. Despite being a 4 star recruit, he was arguably the best PF in the nation last year. I don't know where he was ranked coming out of High School, nor do I care. He was a beast and all I can hope for is that Self continues to recruit guys like him (Self has delivered on that front).

And remember, despite only having one 5 star guy on our roster last season, KU was knocking on the doorstep of winning a national title. I won't disagree that the 2008 team was loaded with 5 star talent, because it certainly was, but I would also have to quickly couple that with last year's seemingly "untalented" team. Not to mention that one team in 1988 that won it all with a lot of scrubs and football players on the roster.

Championships can be won in many different ways. Bill Self is a winning guru. If anyone can figure out how to win a championship with the "next tier" talent that you speak of, it is Bill Self.

Jack Wilson 2 years, 2 months ago

And Self is best with that next tier. Hope he can bag a couple more in this class.

Priest Fontaine 2 years, 2 months ago

Don't forget about uniform design to go along with show company allegiances. Also add geography and television market to the list. Living in the state of Kansas isn't exactly a selling point for a recruit from California.

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

Yup. Recruits choose other schools for a whole myriad of reasons. A lot of those reasons are beyond Bill Self's control. We can all rest assured that Bill Self will do the absolute best with whoever decides to play for him.

Side Note: The Trajan font needs to go. It's lame as hell and the jerseys from the late-90's to early-00's were far more appealing, typographically speaking.

Robin Smith 2 years, 2 months ago

I think since we're not the OAD school like UK depth concerns are part of it, but also a combination of 1-4. Self is tough, you gotta work and earn it, nobody will be pandered to, and other schools offer something lighter. Plus there are rampant misconceptions about Lawrence due to Kansas being the nothing poster-state. That's why getting them in for visits is so huge.

actorman 2 years, 2 months ago

You left off one of the biggest reasons, HEM: We don't pay as well as some of the other programs (or at least we don't pay the big bUcKs like one of the other programs).

TexasHawk44 2 years, 2 months ago

Bill Self can now go forth into the world again today having heard the wisdom of the many learned basketball gurus that populate this board. I am sure that he NEVER reads the wanna-be rambling philosophies and expertise on this board, but if he ever does I imagine he laughs at how many posers think they could do his job. It is not enough to be a fan and hope for great recruits and trust our head coach...no, we have to second guess and try to show we are smarter than him. If you know better: go apply for his job in ten years.

My analysis is that the predictions, tea leaf reading and Micky Mouse Recruiting services filling this board are like a bloated road kill corpse: full of hot, stinking gas.

The Disclaimer (no I don't have ten usernames like the blowhard Jaybate): I read this site everyday and some people have some great information and thoughts to share. But at least half of what is here is complete garbage. It turns my stomach.

John Boyle 2 years, 2 months ago

Nothing wrong with Jaybate, other than he is a little long winded.

actorman 2 years, 2 months ago

Saying that Jaybate is a "little long winded" is like calling the Great Wall a country lane ...

Tony Bandle 2 years, 2 months ago

Skip the half that turns your stomach!! :)

Woody Cragg 2 years, 2 months ago

Probably all of the above Maj. Also AAU connnections & shady cohorts play a colossal role for the slick car dealers/NC coaches for sure.The biz is just plain dirty & documented as such with many groupies & wannabees hangin on the coatsleves, hotels, & chartered planes. Very similar to political lobbying without such blatantly obvious nepotism, yet we all know that can factor in sometimes also, even at Kansas. Is great to get an umpteen star player, but I'd much rather see coachable and higher quality kids than a team full of OADS. Also I believe our coach in particular is greater served with those types, yet other views are well taken as most 18 yr olds are quite impressionable even if not easily coachable. Hopefully that brainless baby (OAD rule) gets dumped out with the bathwater because it's fueling the fires of lawlessness as much as anything except maybe wine & women, both of which can influence young men by the scores to choose a thriving metropolis in Eastern Kansas! LOL!

Glen Miller 2 years, 2 months ago

Honestly as ridiculous as this sounds... I think having Adidas as our uniform and shoe provider is hurting us in recruiting. I know that kids look at that stuff and unfortunately Adidas isn't among the top choices in most instances.

Priest Fontaine 2 years, 2 months ago

Adidas is in second place in the mind's of these kids (and in sales). Unfortunately the gap between first and second is huge. And yes, it plays a huge part in our recruiting.

Someone please remind me when our contract is up with Adidas. As much as I like Adidas, I hope we switch back to Nike. That will make Self's job as a recruiter a little easier.

Eric TheCapn 2 years, 2 months ago

All I can think of when I see these brand names, especially Nike, is sweat shops.

Tony Bandle 2 years, 2 months ago

Holy Crappoly..if this guy is anywhere near correct, we Jayhawks are in "Fat City". I'll take Selden, Shephard and Mason any day of the week to go with Frankamp and Greene!!

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

Ok, I'll admit it. I'm a homer and I will support Bill Self no matter what. The guy just doesn't lose a whole lot, and if you're other favorite teams are the pathetic Chiefs and the far-more-pathetic Royals, like myself, all you can hope for is a team like KU to win a bunch of games. That makes us all happy. No 5 star recruits? Dang. No McDAAs? Well, shucks. Nine straight Big 12 banners, a National Championship, 2 Final Fours and winning more games than any other coach since he came to KU? Well, when I put it that way, I'LL TAKE IT.

TexasHawk44 2 years, 2 months ago

Yes, and there is nothing wrong with a ingesting poison, except it kills you., JayHawkJohn And I won't even respond to the mindless minions that are Jaybate groupies. Stupid is as stupid does... A whole lot of doing in this room.

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

Are you one of those fake-Texans (real Texans I like) that sculpts phalluses and then buries them to various depths in a circle and then puts out a cheap road side sign that reads: "Visit TactlessSquawk.22short's DingusHenge. Try his world famous barbecued road kill gametes and toe jam chili? Listen to TactlessSquawk.22short drawl Way-el, ah'm dumber'n Dubya with his brain sucked out"?

Is that the way I am supposed to play it how ever you want? I'm trying to get the hang of this rhetorical style of yours. It seems kind of cretinous, but I have to play it anyway you want. :-)

notjustbread 2 years, 2 months ago

so you're a taker huh? I can be at times as well.

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

Why'd the other comment get removed? That was the best post yet!

Tony Bandle 2 years, 2 months ago

Can you rephrase it for us who missed it??

HawkKlaw 2 years, 2 months ago

Oh, he posted a link to one of kusports.com's rival web pages (another KU site, but whatever). Now it looks like I'm responding to notjustbread, but there was another post here with a link to a page that basically said KU is in line to get Selden, Shephard and Mason, thereby making this one of the best classes Bill Self has ever brought in. I think you read it (you replied to him above and now that comment is gone too).

Tony Bandle 2 years, 2 months ago

Yes, you're right...what's the big deal??? It was a great article with a lot of insight regarding Kansas recruiting????? Thx for the follow-up.

Kevin Huffman 2 years, 2 months ago

I think this would be a good fit for recruiting needs -

Ro. Peters, Selden, Shepherd & Embiid.

I think it would mean that whoever doesn't perform as well between Traylor & Lucas would probably be asked to take a redshirt year next season. Even if things look good and Tharpe develops well, only gives Peters someone better to learn from rather than taking everything on. Selden would have a place even if we sign Peters as he HONESTLY sounds like he could play some 1, 2, OR 3. Reminds me of Waiters who was drafted highly this past year from out of Syracuse only tougher and bigger. Scares me if he identifies with him as I see Syracuse being the biggest competition for him.

I think our chances of landing Shepherd and Embiid are BOTH better than our chances for landing Peters (would seem to be considering Maryland or Georgetown....remember losing out on that SF/PF type to G'town from out of Sikeston, MO late last year) or Selden (again, see Syracuse as being a real threat there).

Alohahawk 2 years, 2 months ago

All good fits, except KU has only 5 scholarships available, two of which are already filled by Frankamp and Greene.

And Traylor won't redshirt. He used his redshirt year having sat out last season.

Also, redshirting doesn't drop a player from the role of 13 total scholarships. So if someone (Lucas, Zach Peters, or Adams) did redshirt, they would still be on scholarship, and someone would have to transfer to sign all four you mention. Not to say that wouldn't/couldn't happen. Perhaps a player might jump to the league (ie. McLemore, if he proves as good as some predict.)

texashawk10 2 years, 2 months ago

Traylor has already redshirted so he can't do it again. Also means the likelihood of Traylor transferring is pretty slim because he can't use a redshirt during the sitout year for a transfer. Lucas is likely to be the odd man out because transferring won't be a very viable option for Traylor and Zach Peters appears to be pretty underrated because he didn't play AAU ball the summer before his senior year which probably would've made him finish in the 75-100 range and a 4 star kid instead of being a 3 star barely in the top 150.

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

I don't wish.

I find.

Then it happens.

You enjoy it.

I already knew it all.

Read Wetzel and Yaeger's 10 year old take down of Sonny and George, and Roy and KU, probably on behalf of an axis of power that Cal and WWW are the facades for still.

The truth is out there, foxDong.

Take the red pill, NeoDong.

We are through the high renaissance.

We are through the mannerist period with its irony.

We are just coming out of the baroque.

We are entering the exhaustion phase of this renaissance and this is the time when the traditional forms of power and corruption reassert.

Again...

I don't wish.

I find.

Then it happens.

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

P.S.: Thx 4 thuh leeeeeeead. It was a good read. :-)

notjustbread 2 years, 2 months ago

Has anyone made an official countdown clock website for this year's Late Night yet? If so, please share so I can look cool on facebook.

Chris1955 2 years, 2 months ago

And the re-shuffling of the cards begins..............

jaybate 2 years, 2 months ago

If KU stops winning conference titles, it will be a total eclipse of the fun.

thelastjhawk 2 years, 2 months ago

It should be called "Dinner Time in the Phog"

Jarred Latta 2 years, 2 months ago

If there is one recruit that needs to commit on this visit, it is #5 ranked Aaron Gordon. If he does not commit on his visit, he will not go to school at Kansas.

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