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Originally published April 7, 2013 at 07:29p.m., updated April 7, 2013 at 11:50p.m.

KU’s Jeff Withey named co-defensive player of the year by NABC

Jeff Withey (5) blocks George Fant in the Jayhawks second-round game against Western Kentucky Friday, March 22, 2013 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

Jeff Withey (5) blocks George Fant in the Jayhawks second-round game against Western Kentucky Friday, March 22, 2013 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo.

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Kansas University senior center Jeff Withey on Sunday was named National Association of Basketball Coaches Co-Defensive Player of the Year at the 2013 AT&T/NABC Guardians of the Game Awards Show in Atlanta.

Withey, a 7-footer from San Diego, shared the honor with Indiana junior guard Victor Oladipo.

Withey averaged 13.7 points and a team-leading 8.5 rebounds a game for the Jayhawks (31-6). He broke his own KU and Big 12 single-season blocked shots record by swatting 146 shots.

In 2011-12, he blocked 140 shots to set the school and league mark.

The 2012 and 2013 Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, Withey is also the KU and Big 12 career blocked-shots leader. He finished his career with 312 all-time blocks. A three-time Big 12 Player of the Week, Withey led the Big 12 with 3.95 blocked shots per game, which ranked second nationally, and set the KU and conference per-game-average season record.

Last week Withey was named Consensus All-America Second Team along with KU red-shirt freshman guard Ben McLemore.

Certain first-rounder: Draftexpress.com believes Withey will be taken No. 21 in the first round of the NBA Draft.

“It’s not a stretch to say that Withey was the biggest defensive difference maker in college basketball this season. He blocked 4.9 shots per-40 minutes, down from 5.7 last year, but is far more than just a shot-blocker,” Draft Express’ Jonathan Givony writes.

“Withey possess cat-like instincts on this end of the floor, showing unbelievable instincts as both a man to man and help-side defender. He does an amazing job of going straight up into the air and absorbing contact while avoiding committing a foul, aided greatly by his long reach, quick jump and tremendous timing. He almost always is able to keep his blocks in-bounds, which is infinitely more valuable than having a shot-blocker who simply sends opponent’s shots into the second row. This is perhaps where his volleyball background shows up the most.

“Withey is also already 23 years old, so there may be an element of ‘what you see is what you get’ in terms of his upside,” Givony adds. “Athletic 7-footers with great defensive instincts and excellent finishing ability don’t grow on trees, though, so there will surely be a market for his services.”

Draft Express has KU freshman Ben McLemore being taken No. 2 overall behind Kentucky’s Nerlens Noel. McLemore has yet to make it official that he’s entering the draft.

KU ties: Here’s a look at how some college coaches with KU ties fared with their current schools this season.

Larry Brown, former KU head coach, now coach at SMU: Brown’s first SMU team went 15-17 overall and 5-11 in Conference USA.

Danny Manning, former KU player, now coach at Tulsa: Manning’s first Golden Hurricane team went 17-16 overall and 8-8 in Conference USA. Tulsa lost its first-round CBI Tourney game to Wright State, 72-52.

Jerod Haase, former KU guard, now coach at UAB: Haase’s first Blazers team went 16-17 overall and 7-9 in Conference USA.

Mark Turgeon, former KU guard and assistant coach now coach at Maryland: Turgeon’s second Terrapin team finished 25-13. The Terps lost to Iowa, 71-60, in the NIT semifinals in New York. Maryland went 8-10 in the ACC.

Rex Walters, former KU guard now coach at San Francisco: Walters’ fifth San Francisco team went 15-16 overall and 7-9 in the West Coast Conference.

Tad Boyle, former KU guard now coach at Colorado: Boyle’s third Colorado team went 21-12 overall and 10-8 in the Pac-12. The Buffs fell to Illinois in the second-round of the NCAAs.

Barry Hinson, former KU director of basketball operations now coach at Southern Illinois: Hinson’s first SIU team went 14-17 overall, 6-12 in Missouri Valley Conference games.

Ben Miller, former KU assistant coach now coach at NCAA Div. II UNC Pembroke: Miller’s fifth Pembroke team went 22-10 overall and 14-5 in the Peach Belt Conference.

Alonzo Jamison, former KU player now coach at Bethel College: Jamison’s second Bethel team went 3-25 overall and 2-16 in the KCAC.

Comments

Sam Constance 1 year ago

This is EXHIBIT A for why the coaches shouldn't even bother voting on individual awards like DPOY. They don't have the time to invest in watching enough game film to make an accurate vote, so they vote for the player(s) who seemed to be getting the most praise in the media and highlight shows. Unfortunately, in scenarios like this, that approach doesn't work, because you have a guy who was under-valued by the highlight shows (Withey) meeting a guy who was over-valued by the highlight shows (Oladipo). The end result is some kind of wishy-washy false equivalency between two players who simply were not equivalent on defense.

Oladipo is an outstanding two-way player, but he had absolutely no business winning or sharing this award. But he has a name that's fun for morons like Dick Vitale to scream on College Gameday shows, and has the kind of athleticism that allows him to make stunning individual plays on both ends of the court, so his stellar defense is flashier.

If anyone deserved to share this award with Withey (and no one really came close), it was Aaron Craft. Anyone who has watched Craft and Oladipo defensively this season can see that while Oladipo is a long, bouncy athletic freak who does play solid fundamental defense, Aaron Craft was perhaps the most consistently relentless perimeter defender in all of college basketball this year.

And again, Craft, as great as he was, shouldn't have been close to Withey for this award either. No opposing coach completely changed his team's strategy to deal with Aaron Craft's defense. No player completely changed his offensive tactics upon seeing that Craft was waiting for him. No player made anywhere close to the same kind of overall game impact as Withey.

As I noted on another thread, if Withey wasn't an awkward-ish looking white dude, he would have enjoyed the same level of praise and no-question belief that he was the rightful DPOY as Anthony Davis did last year. But, as we all know, Withey IS an awkward looking white dude.

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KULA 1 year ago

As mentioned by a few posters above, one of the most disappointing things about losing Jeff is that he is still getting better. His game seemed to expand game by game in the last half of the conference season, stretching his offensive effectiveness. This was obviously missed by Jonathan Givony, who seems to think Jeff may have reached his ceiling. He must be not have watched Jeff much and is just going by numbers.

The fact that Jeff hasn't reached his ceiling only makes his Kansas career seem all the shorter. Such a shame he hardly got any playing time his first two years. It would've been awesome to see how much he could have developed with another year of college ball. And by the way Reuben J Cogburn, some of us did see that Jeff would be a force. I myself posted in Jeff's freshman & sophomore years that he would turn out to be a better shot blocker than Cole and have a better pro career than Cole because he was more agile offensively, ran the floor better and had a better shooting touch. Too bad Bill didn't listen to me back then, lol.

And one more thing that I have to comment on--if you expand the photo above, you see Jeff's head about 12 inches from the rim and his feet about two feet off the ground. That's AMAZING for a 7 footer--a 24 inch vertical leap! That kind of agility will serve him well at the next level. I could definitely see him fitting in with a running team like OKC. Good luck in the NBA Jeff. We'll definitely be watching!

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jaybate 1 year ago

THE WHISTLE SWALLOWING TWELVE MINUTES OF THE FINALS

On the first swallowing minute of The Finals,

Louisville gave to me : A face rake the refs didn't see.

On the second swallowing minute of The Finals,

Michigan gave to me:

Two fake flops...etc.

On the third swallowing minute of The Finals,

Louisville gave to me:

Three nut punches...etc.

On the fourth swallowing minute of The Finals,

Louisville gave to me:

Four talking smack...etc.

On the fifth swallowing minute of The Finals,

Michigan gave to me:

Five brass knuckles...etc.

On the sixth swallowing minute of The Finals

Louisville gave to me:

Six split lips...etc.

On the seventh swallowing minute of The Finals,

Michigan gave to me:

Seven trips a-tripping...etc.

On the eighth swallowing minute of The Finals,

Louisville gave to me:

Eight cheese cakes cheesing...etc.

On the ninth swallowing minute of The Finals,

Michigan gave to me:

Nine Bimbos at court side...etc.

On the tenth swallowing minute of The Finals,

Louisville gave to me:

Ten cheeks a-cracking...etc.

On the eleventh swallowing minute of The Finals,

Michigan gave to me:

'Leven tendons tearing...etc.

On the Twelfth swallowing minute of the Finals,

Louisville gave to me:

Twelve shoulders a-separating...etc.

(Note: All fiction. No malice.)

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bradynsdad 1 year ago

Rio Adams posted on Twitter that he is transferring. Self must have felt it was best for him to leave.

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vann_dango 1 year ago

Great honor for you Mr. Withey, let us not forget to give the trainer Andrea Hurdy some credit for helping to bulk him and improve his over vertical(which I am interested to see what it is now). I will miss his presence next year, but I have feeling that we are going to try and be a smaller guard line-up to make up for his size in the paint.

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RJ King 1 year ago

I hope that Jeff going mid to late first round will serve him well. Wouldn't it be best for him to back up a really good center, play with a couple great forwards, and have a couple guards making sharp interior passes?

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Adam Tyler 1 year ago

Those coaches records are inspiring for the future. I tried to follow Manning, Brown, and Haase as much as possible this season because I thought it was intriguing that three Jayhawks would be coaching in the same conference. I have also always been fond of Turgeons teams and am hopeful he can dominate the ACC (for however many more seasons) and the Big 10 for a long, long time.

SMU, Tulsa, and UAB didnt have much talent this year, but each of these coaches managed to hover around .500 and build for the future.

Danny Manning did a tremendous job getting Tulsa an invitation to the CBI Tournament in his first season, even though he endured a rough start with multiple transfers. It wasnt too long ago that VCU used the CBI Tournament to jump start their program, they won the tourament and the next season were in the Final 4. I hope Danny can recruit, recruit, recruit because the competition is only getting better going into the American Athletic Conference (aka former Big East).

Watch out for Larry Brown and SMU next year, grabbing a McDonald's All-American is huge for his program, but that isnt the only big-time recruit he signed. He has 2 recruits in the Top 100 and I like his chances with some actual talent.

Turgeon has signed a couple big-time recruits and if he can convince Alex Len to come back for his junior season the Terps could be dangerous.

It is hard to follow each and every coach with Kansas ties, but it is a great reflection on our programs success. Hopefully Dooley and Sadler dont join this list any time soon!

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BainDread 1 year ago

I've been a big fan of Jeff's from the moment he announced he was transferring to KU....partly due to the fact that he is from my adopted home town of SD. So forgive me for multiple posts praising his work. In reviewing his career stats and considering the big jump in his minutes and productivity between his sophomore and junior years, I remembered something I and many others have probably forgotten. Jeff broke a bone in his foot in late September before his sophomore season. While there were some really good players in front of him that year, I wonder how much better he could have been that year if he hadn't had that setback.

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BlockParty 1 year ago

A well deserved honor for a player who will be greatly missed.

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Tony Bandle 1 year ago

MY VOTE TO MAKE CO-DEFENDERS AWARD PERMANENT.

You basically have two types of defense, with the frontcourt having predominantly shot blocking, shot altering and block recovery whereas the backcourt is steals, forced turnovers and drive, shot and play denial.

I think it makes perfect sense to recognize the two best players each who excels in his specific position. To me it's almost like apples and oranges....although both are fruit.[line stolen from My Big Fat Greek Wedding].

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jaybate 1 year ago

Jeff Withey is an inspiration to many tall, gangly young boys trying to make their ways in junior high/middle school and high school. Jeff proved that if a tall, skinny guy were tough enough, and worked hard enough, that he could play with the prison bodies and the intimidators. Jeff Withey showed once again (this time for all the tall folks), that its not the size of the dog, but the size of the fight in the dog, that counts.

I will never forget Jeff's will and determination that was so much in countervalence with his apparently laconic, laid back personality. Nor will I ever forget his relentless, incremental getting better. Like Cole Aldrich and Marcus Morris and Thomas Robinson before him, he became part of Self's rare bread of bigs that seemed to master getting better. His entire senior season I saw him keep getting better in small ways, keep finding new ways to impact, incrementally increasing his range of altering, getting more confident hedge defending, finding ways to pass, and be passed to, getting better at coming out at a higher and higher level, instead of waiting for later in the game.

The way I assess players mastery of getting better, not just being good, is I look for the things they are weakest at, the things the coach is probably not really insisting they get better at, and see if I can see even minor improvements over the course of the season. Jeff's offensive footwork, which was the weakest aspect of his game, kept getting tiny steps better each month of the season. By season's end, Jeff could most definitely make a turnaround move, and he could most definitely see the opening and move to the basket decisively for the high pass and the dunk. Jeff showed some dribbling ability a couple times the last month.

Though 23, I believe Jeff has only scratched the surface of what he can do offensively. Jeff has a fine shooting touch. I recognized this from his high school videos when he first announced he was transferring to KU. Once he is in the pros and can practice basketball full time, he is going to develop a sliding, mobile game in which he wills step out and pot the triceratop. Its coming. And when he masters it, it is going to make him an incredibly valuable 4 for any NBA team with an All-Star 5. That trey will open up the middle for the super star 5 like nothing else. Robert Horry made a looooong pro career out great defense and an occasional trey. It gave Shaq the room to work at will inside on the offensive end, and Horry made if very tough for opposing 4s to score against Horry and Shaq. Size loves company.

Its by no means a sure thing that Jeff can make it in the NBA, because he is so slender. But it was by no means a sure thing that he could make it in D1 either. He's got the kind of inner strength and will that means that if he can hang on long enough, he's going to make an impact in about 3 years, or so.

Rock Chalk, Mr. Withey.

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DrPepper 1 year ago

Nice to get the season update on the other coaches. Much appreciated to have this info made available here.

I don't understand why multiple topics get put under one link in the online version. This is an on-going thing. Break -em up.

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jaybate 1 year ago

"TALKIN' NCAA XTREME BALL BLUES"

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and gettin' fed

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickin' heads

Luv tuh kickem' when they down

Rake they faces and kick they knees

Bash they teeth and punch they nuts

Slash they faces and punk they butts

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and gettin' fed

Aint' nuthing like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickn' heads

If they white ya bust they nose

If they black ya kick they knees

If they brown ya punch they guts

If they yellow ya punk they butts

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and getting fed

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickn' heads

Don't know why they let us play

But since they does we gotta seize

The chance to punch them in they guts

The chance to smoke 'em and punk they butts

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and getting fed

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickn' heads

Don't take no talent to ball this way

Any color at all can smash some knees

Just get between the refs and they nuts

And punch the suckas and punk they butts

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and getting fed

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickn' heads

They gotta keep the game inside the pane

39 fouls is the limit seez?

Elbow the eyes and kick the nuts

Then punch the suckas and punk they butts

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and getting fed

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickn' heads

They like you to foul like yo' insane

Fake SATs and fake degreez

Make me wanna holler and kick they nuts

Then punch the suckas and punk they butts

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

Fo' Franklins and getting fed

Ain't nuthin' like bustin' heads

And talkin' trash and kickn' heads

(Note: XTReme Ballers of all socio-economic backgrounds appear to play this way in the NCAA XTReme Ball Tournament. Talkin' Blues form is selected only because it is a legendary American form for dealing with the pain of anything one loves. )

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tis4tim 1 year ago

Kudos, Jeff! It's been a pleasure to watch you grow and mature in your time here at Kansas and I wish you all the best at the next level. Rock Chalk!

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Reuben_J_Cogburn 1 year ago

He'll be missed. No one would have ever predicted he would become what he did.

As shocking as it is to me personally, I have to honestly admit I consider him one of the great centers in the history of Kansas Basketball.

Rock Chalk, brother.

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KansasComet 1 year ago

Well deserved honor for Jeff Withey.

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KemDooKU 1 year ago

You have all done enough for the NCAA in terms of stuffing their piggy banks full of cash - now go and get yours.... That also Includes Ben. Thanks for all that you seniors and Ben have done for this team.... See ya!!!

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AsadZ 1 year ago

Withey is also already 23 years old, so there may be an element of ‘what you see is what you get’ in terms of his upside,” Givony adds.

I do not agree with above statement. I truly believe Mr. W has a lot of upside especially on the other end. While he may be 23, he has played meaningful BB for only two years. And if we take into account last year when he was not being counted to contribute, playing in the shadow of T-Rob and TT, this was the only year where he was the focal point.

He showed me tremendous improvement in all aspects of his game. I cannot recall any BB player showing so much improvement in his career than Jeff.

One area where Jeff surprised me most is with his leadership ability. He did not talk a lot, he did not show a lot of emotions on the floor but there were several crucial games where he literally carried the team on his back. I salute Jeff for his dedication, hard work, courage and determination and wish him a long, successful and fulfilling NBA career.

Block Chalk Jeff Withey.

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REHawk 1 year ago

Jeff, thanks for transferring to Lawrence, and for the steadily escalating display of upside which you shared with the Jayhawk community. Please come back as often as possible to help tutor JoJo Embeid in your specific skillset. Best of luck in the June draft, and in a long and injury-free professional career.

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Hoosierhawkfan 1 year ago

Congrats to you, Jeff. I know you worked hard for this honor. Best of luck in the future. We can all appreciate Coach Self a little more too. Not only does he help develope good players, he helps build great men. Jeff is a prime example. Rock Chalk!!!!

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Ron Franklin 1 year ago

"The End of an Era in the Bill Self Era"

Congratulations to Jeff Withey. So many of us didn't see this potential. I am incredibly amazed at the development Withey has shown over the last several years. Way to go Jeff!!

Jeff is the last of a special breed of Kansas Basketball players. We've have had the privelage of seeing some of the best bigs in basketball over the last decade. But over the last decade, we have had Danny Manning on the sideline coaching them up. Fortunately, for Danny, he got another opportunity to chase his dream of coaching, and continue furthering the careers of big men.

Danny is able to take a hidden gem and polish it into a beautiful work of art.

I hope that there is some way to continue seeing this type of BIG development at Kansas with Danny gone.

Rock Chock, and Congrats again, to Jeff--the Last of the Danny's.

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jaybate 1 year ago

"LITTLE FACTOIDS ABOUT COLLEGE BASKETBALL CHEAP SHOTTING YOU PROBABY DIDN'T KNOW"

• Bill Self did not teach his player to nut punch.

• Rick Pitino did not teach his players to face rake away from the ball, or to grab a falling player and hit him in the mouth.

• Basketball is not in a state of disgrace.

• Corruption does not determine choices by 5 star recruits that wait till April to sign.

• Referees are not favoring certain teams.

• Basketball is not like boxing in the 1950s.

• Basketball is not in a state of disgrace.

• Basketball is not in a state of disgrace.

• Basketball is not in a state of disgrace.

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KULA 1 year ago

Congratulations Jeff, El Jefe! You ARE the Defensive Player of the Year! Any coach who didn't vote for you obviously didn't have to go up against you and CHANGE HIS GAME PLAN to account for your defensive presence. Just look at what Roy said--"Any guard who tries to take it to the hole against Withey will be sitting next to me on the bench." And how many times did we see UNC guards (or guards from any team, for that matter) start to the hole, see Jeff looming, and think "Well, maybe not," and back it out? How many coaches had to actually change their game plan against Oli-whathisname?

I think what I regret not getting the chance to see more of, from an individual player standpoint, after this all-too-early exit, is the beauty of a Jeff Withey block that results in a turnover. It's almost unbelievable how many of Jeff's blocks resulted in a Kansas possession. It was literally "State of the Art" blocking. If you could teach a kid to block shots, this is what you would teach him. Whether Jeff retained possession or another Kansas player, it was ultimately more demoralizing to the opponent than the monster block into the fifth row. It was as if the forces of nature had erected a repelling force field around the basket in the shape of a 13 foot cylinder.

Does anyone know how that goes into the stats? If Jeff blocks a shot and retains possession, is it a rebound, a forced turnover, a steal, or what?

Congratulations again, Jeffey, El Jefe! Your Kansas career was too, too short. I think I'm gonna miss you most of all, Scarecrow.

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moonlightschlademan 1 year ago

Nice to hear the updates on KU linked Coaches. Wasn't there another coach somewhere in North Carolina with some ties to coaching at KU? Or, maybe I missed something. By the way, Kevin Stallings has had a nice run at Vanderbilt - 14th season, 6 NCAA tourney bids.

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Scott MacWilliams 1 year ago

Congratulations, Jeff!! You deserved this, but the whole enchilada, not a SHARE!! Oladipo is a great player, but he's no Block Party animal like you are.

Man we are really going to miss you. Here's to a long and fabulous career in the NBA! Rock Chalk, Jayhawk, WitheyFace forever!!

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LLH 1 year ago

Congrats Jeff, you deserved this award OUTRIGHT!! Go figure, a KU player gets an honor and has to "share" it. Typical. How come TRob didn't "share" POY last year? I'm still bitter about that chit. Oh well, nice work Jeff, good luck at the next level. I truly enjoyed watching your career, it was EPIC.

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Craig Carr 1 year ago

Shared? That is a slap in the face, I would take Releford over Oladipo anyday. All year it has been about Indiana, surprised Zeller wasn't given player of the year. Jeff disrupts games like no other since Ewing and Olajuwan. Outstanding effort Jeff, you will be sorely missed.

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CPAHawk 1 year ago

Congratulations Jeff! You set a standard of attitude, ability and effort that will challenge all who follow you.

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phins13td 1 year ago

Co-Defensive Player of the Year? There should be no Co.

It should read, Defensive Player of the Year - Jeff Withey.

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BainDread 1 year ago

The second saddest thing about the loss to Michigan was that Jeff fell three blocks short of breaking Tim Duncan's career record for blocks in NCAA tournament games. Just one more game and he likely would have set the record. Three more games and he would have set the new record so high it would probably have been untouched for decades. Fortunately he got the single tournament record last year.

I doubt I will live long enough to see anyone break his Big-12 conference blocks record. Records like this are usually increased in small increments. His 311 career blocks broke Chris Mihm's record by an amazing 47 blocks; an increase of 18%. I hope he finds a good fit with an NBA team and has a long, rewarding pro career.

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JayHawkFanToo 1 year ago

Congrats Jeff, a well deserved honor.

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Dan Pawlowski 1 year ago

Way to go Jeff. But come on, Co-Defensive player of the year? Oladipo couldn't carry Jeff's jockstrap. He was overhyped by members of the press who just like to say Oladipo. I mean it is kind of fun to say but please!

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coachdooley 1 year ago

"Diario" is gonna be better than that there tyshoon tapir, seent it here first!

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dylans 1 year ago

Congratulations Jeff!!!

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coachdooley 1 year ago

Ya i coached him up right boys!

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crazycanuck55 1 year ago

Way ta go Jeff !!! Congratulation !!! Thnx 4 the Memories !!! Good Luck, Wherever You Go !!!

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texashawk10 1 year ago

A well deserved honor Jeff. If this was AP defensive player of the year, I can almost guarantee it would've been Aaron Craft because the media loves Craft.

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Adam Tyler 1 year ago

Congrats Jeff.

Oladipo is a very good player. Overhyped by the media in my opinion, but still a force on both ends of the court.

However, he did not dominate the defensive end like Jeff Withey. Throughout the year I viewed him as a Releford type (which in no way is a knock, I love me some Rele). But he was not a rare player in college basketball.

Jeff Withey was rare. His shot altering and blocking ability was vastly unappreciated by the media but most definitely felt by our opponents.

His ability to protect the rim is something that will never escape me. I wish you would have won this award outright, but oh well. Go make millions Jeff, you deserve it!

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wrwlumpy 1 year ago

Every week Jeff just keeps getting richer and richer. No one has worked harder. You Lifted weights, you gained 30 lbs. of muscle, you are a seven footer who not only can block but slide better than most non-post players. The pros will be hard, but you said it was your dream. Your coach said that you will be one of those that will be in the league for 10 years. Thank you again for the amazing basketball player and person you've become.

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g_rock 1 year ago

El Jefe! My man. Um huh.

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Boouk 1 year ago

Great for Jeff. It's not easy to beat out Aaron Craft for this award.

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