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Kansas basketball v. UC Santa Barbara

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Kansas head coach Bill Self calls a play during the second half on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014 at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Self reacts to Larry Brown's comments about UK going unbeaten

The Kansas University men's basketball team next will meet Kentucky at approximately 8:50 p.m., Tuesday at the Champions Classic in Indianapolis. SMU coach Larry Brown, who is mentor of both KU coach Bill Self and UK’s John Calipari, this week captured headlines when he said Kentucky’s ultra-deep team should go “45-0.” After Friday's victory, Self reacted.

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