February 5, 2019
Kansas head coach Bill Self reacts after a late turnover by the Jayhawks, Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019 at Bramlage Coliseum.
The integrity of KU’s men’s basketball program — and perhaps its vaunted streak of postseason appearances — came under attack Monday after the NCAA alleged head coach Bill Self and one of his assistants were complicit in major recruiting violations.
After Tuesday's 74-67 loss to K-State in Manhattan, if the 13th-ranked Jayhawks hope to push their NCAA-record run of 14 consecutive Big 12 crowns to 15 in the next month, they are going to have to summon up the strength to come from behind once again. By Matt Tait